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POSTAL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913

POSTAL H^NTSa ? -A-. ? - Within tiie Commonwealtli o2 Aas laliar: — * ? Letter Cards— Single, one penny 'each. Reply .—One J penny , eaeh.ihall. ^ . Test Cards. — Single, -ono- penny vea-ih. Reply — one pexiny each i-half. Newspapers. — As at' -present. Australian Newspapeis. — One half penny for every t en _ ounces .or, part of ten ounces (each newspaper). Printed Papers (as prescribed). — One half penny per two ounces or part of rwo ounces. To Oversea- Dominions, all British Colonies and Protectorates -(excepting New Hebrides) :~ Letters. — One penny, per half ounce., All articles sent by post that are valuable -or ihat ,niay require to be fcraGed should be registered. For short messages ot trade orders use post cards; you will find them con venient and cheap. Late Fee on Letters. — Within the Commonwealthj Id. eaehj beyond the Commonwealth a single rate of post of ' 3d. a leeeipt can be obtained from fhe laddfessee residing anywhere in ' Australia. ' Arrangements may also \ e mad...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913

' 'COAGULINE,' K&INX,' 'TEN- ASITJHB' CementE ft*?'' tooakages,

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PACKET REGULATIONS. Commercial papers. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913

PACKET RSGULATLON8. Commercial Papers. Comiuercial papers include all. papers ''nn'd d'oeuiuonts, v.ct' viiiolly' printed,, 'which have not' the' ,chn racier of'dgpral correspondence, such as 'aeeoutits,' iu voices/ receipts, bankeiV packets' (con taining cheques, etc.), bank pas3 (lbb jks,', cheque forms' (bound in 'books), drafts, files of official papers, insurance -loeu - 'mem's, legal documents, 'nia-iuscript,' notices 'of meetings, rate' notices/ scrip/ plans and specifications, ?' J '' found out, and, your friend ,,will have , ?to pay' double for.hia papers. LIn deal: ing with the post office, as in all o.th^i;, dealings, you will find that' honesty is the best policy. Parcels cannot, be registered,. :but amificatcs of posting may bei obtai-ua on, demand within the; Conimonw.jaith, ' Sd.^each parcel. , Tor an additijiv.il. ice i ' Up'to .olbs. inr, Weight. . -For.Deli37ery— r 1. ? Wfthin the Commonwealth vndr New Zealand.^ for evefy*-'2oTzs;-or fjac-' Money - orders - are - i...

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Town Gossip [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913

Town Gossip Once again we would like to point' out to our Sunday scribe re the' differr ' ence of the fines made in the recent licensing eases that he is entirely wrong in his judgment of our remarks,' and that if he himself 'were tn attar,* the court and hear the charges laid he would then know that the two charges in point were absolutely two different things altogether. As we stated last week we do not wish . to dictate the law at our friendly scribe, nor do we wish him to sympathise with - f such a little chap as. the ' Coolgardie Miner ' '' btft. -would merely let him know that the Bench were perfectly justified in making the difference tliey;did in the fines inflicted, and' that as far, as the ' law. is concerned it has no% in these ' easels, shown a discrimination between : ?persona.. In facT, in one case a much bigger fine may have been imposed. ' , ?*. - ?' ' ?'. ??'.-. '7.'. -:.

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In the Fistic Arena. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913

In th^-Flstie Arena. ('By- Second.') The- 'Roficree' - last week .says:— 'The ISTew York State Athletic Com mission last- week refused to -rescind its rula which debars a aegro bo^er from meeting a white siuon.. The ap-' -plication was made with a voevv. to the' proposal that Sam Langfoi'd should box ^Gunboat- Smith on ITridayJ. September 10,'and-was reiusjed on the^ ground tnat ?it is-against tho best interests of sport 'to alloAV negi-oes and whites to met in the ring. Thus that goodaiatured^ man -and great fighter, Sain. Langford, is -paying- for the sins- of Jack Johnson.' -? Colin Bell, the\brmser with tho big hands, -is -challenging our old friend, Bill Lang, for a 'fight, to .take- place anywhere ,'for ^any amount. The ex Auslralian ehampion.j however, has hio -weather eye .poisjed on .Dave Smith, who -had his epitaph Written by an American boxer pome little time, back, and says he'il have no tiling to do a ith Bell until ho sees what is lt-f c in Smith'. .Any fight Boil appe...

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Disturbance in Bayley Street A PUBLIC NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913

Disturbance in Bayley Str «et * '. . A PUBLIC NUISANCE. '' On Monday afternoon last, quite . a stir was created in. . the main street directly in front of ; this office when two dogs found it necessary to give vent to their feelings by savagely, at tacking one another for 10 or 15 .min utes. Although one or two made an effort to separate the combatants, it was of no avail until the dogs had cried enough for themselves. During, the combat a. gentleman, presumably tlxa owner of one of the canines, made an attempt to separate them, and for this trouble received a very ugly bits ^ pn his hand, one of the uygB putting his teeth almost through tae hand. The gentleman in ?' 'question was at tended to by Mr. Head, Coolgardiei's dispensing chemist, . who dressed the hand and made it as comfortable as possible, which will probably, take ' a week or two to heal. A word may be L said here that one of the dogs must be a glutton for gore, as within, an . - hour after he was having another tus sle...

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THE MUNICIPAL GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913

THE MUNICIPAL GARDENS. During the week it has been the pleasure of a .number of this staff to *' take a walk around, the town gardens* and spend an hour or two there in ' admiring this spot of beauty of which Ooolgardie. makes loud boast. To dilate on the many beautiful flowers, etc., that at the present time are srivins: . forth their splendour and fragrance . ^ {one could write a whole paper in it self, but we, will suffice ourselves jjyA .'- be content with just a w;ora or two^jtor'' praise of the present condition of the gardens and lawns. Certainly at this time of the year ths worldly gifts f , should be looking their best, a.nd such can be said of the abundaneo of ' *~ flowers, etc., to, be seen in the- gardens at the . present time. Foremost in . quality and - brilliance are cosmos/ which, of course, at the present time are always to the' fore. Apart from being a beauty spot, the gardens af ford the public an opportunity of spending the summer evenings in pleasure. Another bl...

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Football. ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913

Football ASSOCIATION- MEETING. On Thursday evening last a full attendance of delegates were present to receive the balance-sheet for the year, and the handsome Cup pre sented by the president (Mr. G;o. Sheedy) to the premier team (Bur banks), and the gold medal donated by Mr. A. L. Han sen for the best all-round player for the year, wbich was won by Kick Carr, of the Fire Brigade Club. Dnring the evening several eulogistic speeches were made towards the various officers of the Association. * The secretary reported a balance in band of £lb 0s 3d, which is to be handed over to charities. A motion was passed that the delegates have their photos taken with those of the president and secre tary, and that a framed enlargement be presented to the presidont and secretary. The meeting was adjourned sine die. ? i.i ? ? . ? '? ??'??-? . ? ? ? ? ? ?..--? ? i

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A LETTER FROM HERB GASTON [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913

a letter' from herb gaston: T. King, who owns half of thV Nil. Desperandum mine, yesterday received a letter from Herb Gaston, in which thai latter states that a crosscut has gone SOft. into the new ore body, and that two drives hara been put SOft. each along it. He says that he 'has, 115 tonrf at sfrar,-3, of which he nn-mmr *-=. timate the value'; also tliac he has .000 ' tons of what he calls seeon'ds^ As no -hv ean be milled until next Feb., ha anticipates naving a big ? parcel- ready for 'the mill. Bewick- Mprelng's man ager from the Gwalia and several other's have been out to inspect the^ new find, and excitement at Biii'tville is running high, Candle and other iiqbts are supposed to bnrn blue aa£, dim when invisible beings are present, especially if they be evil i^iiiils.

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ST. MARY'S BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913

ST. MARY'S BALL. On Wednesday evening last the above ball was held in the Town Hall, and it musu be said that it proved ;to b,ef the success of the year. The .hall waa beautifully decorated with bunt-' ing' and the usual foliage necessary to make an attractive appearance in a largjef room. Apart from the danciug space being taxed to its utmost, the spectators' galleries were likewise filled, and now that the weather is coming in warm it Avas only tinmrgh b|eing able to witness somw v-^ j,rfetty and becoming costumes that those who paid to look on were satisfied to' sit and bear the heat of a close corner. For taste and uniqueness it must be admitted that Coolgardie 's lovers of dancing are equal to any in this re spect, and it is really wonderful; that in such a small community, as ours the number of bright and up-to-'dato eos^ tumes that are exhibited on these oc casions. Great credit is due to the committee of St. Mary's, with Mesdames Devine and Bruton at the head, for the capa b...

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Fleecing the Fields. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913

Fleecing the Figids, A ftw days ago the proprietor of this paper wrote to the Mines Dej^rt ment for a, copy J of inspector Green ard'g report on tue Diemol's Find .'ield with the object of giving same pub licity, and making an effort lo get eapilal-into thaf link between this and the Murehrson field. In order to' re duce the deficit at tha expense of the pressman who desired to advertise, the far out mining districts, the Secretary for Mines sent the Inspector's report, [ to the local Mining Registrar, to-' gethcr with a note that same was to be handed over ON RECEIPT of 2/6, a charge that was made 'for typing! This is 'fleecing the fields with a ven geance, and shows the extent to which at least the Miners Department will go', in their eagerness to get-money out of the industry that this department are supposed to encourage and foster. Jt looks- aa though e\ery person who has th,a mining interests at heart is to be bled, and discouraged at ^very' turn.. Inspector Greenard is the on...

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The Mayoralty. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913

The Mayoralty. To the Editor. ' Sir, — In the last issue of your paper it was stated that our worthy councillors had asked the Mayor to again stand for the position. '. Now, as it falls to the lot of few men to have the honor of oocupying the mayoral chair, I certainly think that the honor ought to be passed ou. Of course when we have a man of energy and resource it is advisable for the town to try and retain his services. But when our present Mayor was installed, the financial position of the council was over £300 on the wrong side of the ledger. The council then, with the object of overtaking the overdraft, slightly in creased the rates ; yet we find, as the end of the mayoral term of office is approaching, the debit balance has grown to over £400 ; and it is up to our brither Scott, Macphsrsou ye ken, to offer some explanation of the financial position. I also notice, in the exuberance of their generosity, they, the council, turn down the highest tender for the baths and accept t...

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NOTES ON THE MIKING INDUSTRY. AUGUST RETURNS COOLGARDIE [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913

NOTES ON THE MINING IN DUSTRY. ? « ? AUGUST EETUKiYS. COOLGAEDIE. The St^te .battery at Coolgardie atarted^to run .during th,e' first week in^ September, and it wilt- probably con -tinue till Christmas. Islessrs. J3org and Lancaster have reported that they havie dollied 41.0-i fine ozs. from their P.A. 925 nt the -north aoUe of the Teservoir. Baylcy's treated 600 tons of sands for 51.37 fine 07s. ' ,. Mr. 'Carswell, who-lius had'a.tuil ings license for the past 12 months for the purpose of treating tho old Lady Loch sands, ;has applied for an exteii /sjon of his license for another 12 months, as hie aiitipiiifttes lli.i+. i+ *iii. take him' that time to finish their treatment. Mr. T. Moore has obtame.l a tailings- license to treat the Golden Bar sands. 'At the, Benjamin George they ha-\o about' 200 tons of what is report e.l to be high grade ore a. waiting treatment at the State battery. . A syndicate has taken tine Persever ance on tribute,, and are vigorously wjorking this lease. ...

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Correspondence COOLGARDIE BOYS (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913

Correspondence 000LGAED13 BOYS. (To the Editor.)^ ? Sir, — It is with pleasure that I read in your paper of last Saturday a letter signed 'The Future' -dealing with. the1 above luestion. Now, it has come under my notice that this question needs dealing with. For instance, on Saturday, 20th inst., some of the boys of our town were engaged in a friendly gam© of hockey on the Eecreation Ee* serv,e. During the- progress of the game the boys- occasionally used more language than was absolutely necessary in carrying on their sport. This, sir, I think is a thing that the boys should learn to curtail considerably, and not let themselves loose in the manner that some of them do in our town. It was the duty of one gentleman in hear ing distance on this particular occasion to approach the boys and ask them to restrain themselves, which I think they did. However, I sincerely iiope that the lads will at least, if not on all oc casions, be a little, more thoughtful in using such adjectives, and b...

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SELECTED POETRY. WORTH WHILE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913

SELECTED POETRY. ? ^ ? . WORTH WJ1ILL1. Il is 'easy enough to K pleasant When life flows by lilce a song, But the' man' worth while is the one who will smile LWban everything goes 'dead wrong. For the test of the Heart l» troublr. And it always comes with' the years, And the smile that is worth the' praises of earth Is the -smile that shines' through tears. It is easy enough to b,© prudent, When nothing tempts you to scray, When without or within no' voice of 'sin, Is luring your soul away. But it's only a negative virtue 'Until it is 'tried, b'y fire,' ' - And the life that is worth the honor on- earth, ' Is the one that resists desire. By the cynic, tine sad. the fallen. Who had no strength for the, strifo, The world's' highway i3 cumbered to dayw They make up the .sum of life But the virtnes that Conquers passion, And the sorrow that hides in a sm|le — - It is, these that aro worth the homa/rc on earth, s For 'we find them but once in a while. —Ella Wheeler Wilcox. When '-your no...

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A STATE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913

A STATE FARMC. The Hon. the Minister for Agricul ture has arranged for a 'field day' to hej held at the Nangeenan State Farm oni Friday, October 17th, when the Agricultural Commissioner for the wheat belt will explain to those pre sent tha work of the farm now in ope . ration and that to be undertaken in the near future. The Hon. the Minis ter will visit 'the farm on this 'occa sion, and a hearty invitation ia ex tended to farmers and others interested in this work to be present. .: [This wag sent to ua in typewritten ? form, but 'as it is dealing, with the farmers there wa&= nothing to pay. — Ed. 'S.C. Times.'] _ ' j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913

' ? ? ? ? '? ? ? ? 0. r' ??????? ? ?'? -^Us 7F Complete Change o£ Programme Each Night. ... MtirPay -& ffiffidge, CYCLE and MOTOR AGENTS Bayley Street. Repairs of all kinds Promptly Executed. Rheumatism and Indigestion , ' Th«Rotorua ii EPIfll ffl^S ^ TheRotorua .;'?'?' Salts %aWk Uvsaln$& 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, : ' ? Iarheumstism and indigestion this natural salt— which is one of natures great cures — should bo tried even after other treatment has failed. Pa-ice 2/6, Posted 2/9 Sole Agent — Chemist, Bayley-street, Coolgardie ' . McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. , '; '?'-',_? Personally visits Ooolgardie every Sunday, . ;' Old Council Chamber, Opposite Denve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913

'LOCAL PRODUCTS, - ^ ' »? AND AS ' § '' MOMEY TO LEND, Queen Bakery . Godlgardie. P/F. LANCASTER, BAKEfe, Etc. - _ BREAD AT LOWEST RATES, Daily Delivery to Customers ; ? New Laid Eggs. Best Brands ot Butter on Hand. ' [qx^ HAN LEY and -'' ^ QUILTY , .(SUCCESSORS -TO- BOTCHER & UHR, Ltd.). Premier Butchers -~ Wholesale, and Eefcail. Carts CalL Any where and Every- ' x _ wliere. 'Phone 82,. Coolgardie. OUR .MOTTO— Highest-Quality, Lowest Prices. Having Installed an up-to-date Kefiigeratin'g Plant, we arc prepared to accept for _ ? blorageany Perishable Produce. Lowest Rates on Application. The Commercial Uaioi| Issiifaiice CSy., Ltd. UNDERTAKES , Firfe, Employers' Indemnity, and Live Stock Risks. — LOWEST RATES. — ? '--' - ? 0. 'VINCENT, Sole Agent. THE WESTEAL HdTEL, BA.YLEY STKEET, COOLGARDIE. Geo. Slieedy - - Proprietor. THE BEST BRANDS ONLY ARE STOCKED. ' Airy Dining Room.- . Be'sfc Appointments. Excellent Cuisine. Convenient Accommodvt'idi). Good Stabling. Victoria pi -__...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913

Old Established Butchers, BAY LEY STREET. BEST EfEEF^AN^D MUTTON IN TOWN; ' ? TEI/fi PHONE- 25. - Coolihmlie MeafaStiplpy. 'W^^%$ I ? ? ? ? ' '-J^ri.^.iiJ ' ~ „, ._„ ? ara — ^ ? — ; — : ? _ — _ ^ ^zi:^0^i^L/'f- ', TB ENS ALAN & TREVETT. ?On'y the Tinnc-st- Stocked. \ Give U3 a Tiial. ? Telephone, 8. -Peter- Roberts,' For DAlRY PR01)UCE New Lnid Eg**. fJoat Butter, etc,- Every tiling of 'tlie-Pnniest 'Quality. CUSTOMERS WAITED ;ON IUllA', '??'- :J'Wr ' T T^TPlTOTrftM-T^ ' ? CMi'E SILBBRT'fc. SHARP), ? ?3 Tf :.„:; C/ . .?-^.fcJ.V^JJLiL-Ji^/±^ 4J^J I3AYLEY-ST., UOOLGARDIE.-, ? - Fruiterer; . W* Only Stock: Primo Goods:;:.. NTd Rubbish. Country Orderfc Promptly Attended to. Special Reduction ior Quantity. ,'PHONE91. Barrack Street, Perth. . ? M \&e .BEDRO, Pi?opi*ietOF. ' Kno-.vn-from-Pdit Hedla'ud to the Leeuwin. TheAlbatuVra UiflergroundiB^rs are the Coolest and Most Comfortable1 Resort AH Beers on Tap.- E4sy Chairs for. Visitors. Alceck's Billiard Tables. Cafe'; L8?6P...

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The Railway Award. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913

''??'' The Railway Award. -.The appeal of the Chief Commis sioner of Sailways against the award of the Wages Board did not find favor with the Judge of the Industrial Court. - Judge Ileydou was kind enough to say that he could not wonder that the commissioner, ±aeed with a -series of ?such 'continuous and heavy additions to his expenses, had carried the c-a.se as far a& he could. He also turned down the application for costs, madf* - . on 'behalf of the victorious union. But, except in one or two minor points, one of -which was the reduction q£ first-year firemen from 0/6 par ,-1,-iy to ' 0/, the award was. upheld. lz f.nttiVs a very heaA'y additional f-ypanditure, which the users of t]i9 railways will haA*e to niake good. 'Jcmetii:i.is, v.hen IJixvate employers 'pa^s on1' to 1h« public the increased effst laid o:) :hei-' fciioulders by industrial a\v:ur-s, flieir action is attributed to . tJit-ir ;'cvn greed. Tn the case of the railways tins diavge cannot bo made. The duty ...

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