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Refusing Admittance to Police PROSECUTION FAILS. A UNIQUE DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
Refusing Admittance to Police. - PROSECUTION FAILS. -A UNIQUE DEFENCE. A charge was laid against Hugh Jones, licensee of the Grand Hotel, that he did not give admittance to the police when called upon to do so at about 1 a.m. on Friday, 26th inst. Mr. E. S. Williams (Keenan and Randall), who appeared for the defence, pleaded not guilty. Constable Hamilton, who was placed in the box, in giving his evidence, stated that at about 12 and 1 o'clock on the night^ in question he heard a disturbance on the balcony of the Grand Hotel, and upon knock ing and kicking at the door and ask ing for admittance he received no reply. Hendor Clarke (town watchman) corroborated the previous witness' evidence, and in answer to Mr, Williams, said that as it was a very quiet night a little noise eould travel a fair distance. Mr. Williams — Did you hear what the constable said ? Witness — Well, he appeared to say, ' Open the door, the police knock.' Mr. Williams— Are you sure, do not think ? Witness (to th...
Light Haul Versus Heavy Haul. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
Light Haul Versus Heavy Haul. A new factor of considerable impor tance is l)eing brouglit into promin ence in connection whh the opening of neAv ports io carry -to the seaboard the prodtiee of the interior. Tho cost of transport to and from Sydney is enormously SAA'eQle'd 1/y tlie heavy grades -which have to be negotiated in crossing the Blue Mountains. But there are ports — Port 'Ste.pb ens, for in stance, which afford the oppoituidty for penetrating right, iuto the western plains by easy gradients. It is claim ed1, indeed, that it would be pcssibJo to construct a line on ag radient v/liich need not exceed 21ft. to the mils -up' the Hunter KiA'er, and across the watershed right to Dubbo, intersect ing tho North Coast line and the line to the north-west on the way. En gines on an easy grade ' of the lcind named could draw more than double the load wbieh now taxes them to th^ uttermost on the 1 in 30 or 1 in 40 'grades which they have to negotiat on the mountains. There, is wcief.H i...
Coolgardie Police Court (Before Messrs. J. Kay Hall and D. Macpherson; J's P.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
Coolgardie Police Court. (Before Messrs. J. Kay Hall and D. Macphersonj J/aP.) s Sam Wallis for offending by being drunk and disorderly, was. fined £1 and costs ' - A middle-aged man under the. tiaum of Lamond was oharged with having no visible means of support. After taking the evidence of two police witnesses fche bench' decided to give the man the benefit of the doubt which seemed to exist, with the understanding that he would try and do a bit ot work. The proprietress of the Lion Hotel was charged with serving liquor after hours contrary to the regulations of the Act. Upon pleading guilty the bench imposed the minimum fine of £5 and costs. . Several young men were fined amounts ranging from 5s to 7s 6d, with costs, for being found on ?un- licensed premises (Lion and Grand Jiotels), and were advised not to repeat the offence;
The Quarantine Proclamation. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
The Quarantine Proclamation. TI19 matter of leceping Sydney in quarantine is .taking a new turn. The danger of the alleged 'smallpox' spreading is 'just as great — or jusv as negligcable — as over it Avas. There have been over 700 cases without a single fatality, so that a little scep ticism yeems' eminently in order. But, withou.t laboring any debateable points, lie idea that the disease, whatever it ia, may persist for many months, or even years, is beginning to penetrate the somewhat obtuse- minds of i\ie officials responsible foru medical pre cautions. Also, it is beginning to be understood that ic is something 'over the limit' to keep the chief city of the Commonwealth in a state of per petual quarantine Ion aoicouriu of a trumpery 'rash,' which' doesn't kill anybody, but which resolutely refuses to be stamped out. Consequently, the shrieks of alarm are giving place to pn eA-ident desire. to 'dicken.' 'Pass ;an Act to aiake vaccination compulsory jin New So-jth Wales, and we wi...
Is the Vaccination Rash Contagious? [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
Is the Vaccijaation Rash. Contagious? ? Fiom the medical point of vieA\r, a quesJion of the., utmost importance is beinj raised. All the medical authori ties are agreed that the vaccine mat ter ':?} human smallpox, i.iu«itied by transmission through th? bovine ani mal. It is assumed that, by this tians mission, it is rendered non-contagious, so that vaccination is, in reality, ihe old nioeulation (which is now prohibi ted by law) minus the danger of con veying contagion too'thers. *-ut dur ing th-e orgy, of vaccination Avliieh lias been proceeding for the last fevv months in Sydney, serious doubts havfc been east on the soundness of this assumption. Very numerous case& liaye occurred in which the only ub A-aecinated member of a family lias contracted the rash whk-h is called 'smallpox.' The 'Vaccinating officials claim all these eases as testimony of the efficacy 'of- the operation. But there irf another exxjlanaiion, wlii/n is regarded by many observers as much more probabl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
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Amusements. KING'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
Amusements. KIN&?S PICTURES. ? Qn^Thursday evening next, Oct. 9, Mr. ''Murray will screen his usual programme of King's Pictures. Fore most in the programme is a splendid reproduction of the Kalgoorlie Cup, in which the race and the finish can be seen to great advantage. Pictures taken on the lawns and elsewhere are also shown, and many Coolgardie faces cati be picked out in the groups. This is a golden opportunity of seeing yourself in picture, so don;t mis.s the chance. Other pictures include John Bunny and Wiflles — his best to date iu a comedy film 2200ft long.
Our Sydney Letter, Sydney, September 23, 1013. The Political Situation. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
Our Sydney Letter, ? ? ? Sydney, S-eptember 23, 1013. - ?* ' . The Political Situation. Political interest is. leaving Parlig 'N ment, which js now legarded :is Mori bund, and iilmosi, negiig'j.x'.Se, and is breaking itsoll to the conatitu-'U.'ies. . The Premier, the ^Jinibter for Works, . and the Minister~f'or Agrienltars spouil -. every moment tliac the 'weak-cii.l' v __ ' adjournmen,, will give them m ex plaining to the people the :jen--als cf 'Labor' rule. On the other aide, Mr. Wade and his friends, are not idle, t.iul the dispassionate observer — iC 'Mi^rc is , such an individual —judging rach ? party by the description givsn of it by its opponents, mu^t wonder wiiieh AvilJ, bring -tiie State to ruin soonest. THe' inevitable tendency of this over flowing stream of n.vrnotonous detrac tion must be towards bringing all Gov ernment- into contempt, v/ith anirehy -as tke final goal. -It may be hoped that, like 'Auld Clootie, ' i'or whoso ,w,elfare Bobby Burns wa^ so t'olii.i tous, ...
ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
ITEMS OF INTEREST. Held Qver. — Two letters on the subject of 'Coolgardie Boys.' ?'.'.Coolgardie Balhs.-r-SIow that the summer months 'are. -upon us lovers of swimming will be ; pi- ased to know by adverLLeuieu't t-l^ewbei G that the baths are now open for healthful exercise; Mr. R. Eddy is the lessee . for this .year, and his assurance is given that ' cleanliness will be his motto. Very reasonable1 rates for season tickets, etc, ca,n be obtained. 7 ; : r A meeting of the Coolgardie Swim ming Club will be held in the Drill Hall on Friday week next. AH in terested are invited to attend, as im portant business 'will be transacted. The Coolgardie' Racing Club, Ltd, — Mr. G. If. Clarke, secretary of the Co&lgardie Racing Club Ltd., has' forwarded the statement of expendi ture and receipts relating to their recent meeting. The profit shown is £1071 11s 6d. '. We congratulate the club on their efforts, and understand that the committee will shortly con siderv the advisability of m...
Consolation. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
Consolation. ? Ml*. Griffith, the Minister for, Works, who has been having a very rough time lately, had a gleam of consolation when visiting the porrigo. The rail - way which is to connect this fertile : district witn the coast is! out1- of those yvnicn arp. to be constructed' under ihe ' . Norton-Grifllths agreement. In Parlia - .. ment, it is difficult to say whether the agreement is more bitterly denounced ' by thoroughgoing Labor men, or by the Liberals. But. there. Avas no harsh criticism of it at the Dorrigo. Ths wisdom of the expedient was recog nised, the foresight and resource of tho Minister were -warmly nrar?3-l, and' as if to fill his crip of joy to the brim, Mr. Wade, against whom he js threatening to fake proceedings for slanderr was burnt in efiigy by the en thusiastic Dorrigonians. If Earliancnt can only be induced to -endorse tl-cir ? verdict, everything , will be lovely— for Mr. Griffith— but; extremely 'uinjleasant for Mr. Wade. The general opinion, however, is t...
Sydney Letter Commonwealth Banking [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
Sydney Letter ', Commonwealth, BartKing. ,It deemed rather foolish on the part of !?. the people of Australia, or of the Ministers kyho were acting on their behalf, to eoinpete agamsc one another for their own . savings. Yet that waa virtually the effect 01 tne . establish ment of the CommonwealtX Savings Bank. The States were aomg all that could be reasonably expected in the way of Savings Bank business. In deed, for obvious reasons, tney were, 'and are still, pushing it with pronoun ced energy. The establishment of the Commonwealth, institution has deprived them of nearly three millions of the people's savings, whicn otherwise would probably . have found its way into, the State Banks. The present Government, however, seems to be * aiive to this anomaly, and has ex pressed its vdllingness to consider any proposals by which the Commonwealth institution and those of the- several States can work in co-operation, in stead of in opposition. It is not very easy 'to see how ip can be donS...
Griffith Versus Wade. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
Griffith Versus Wade. No very denitefi steps have yoi been taken in the action which the 'Minister jfor Works has said that he will insti tute against the Opposition Leader, wit-h the vio,v of .compelling him to prove his charges. Mr. Wado hail said - - tnat, it sivih action were- taken, . lie would waive Parliamentary pm'ileges - ' On behalf of Mr. Griffith, he has been -' asked if lie would admit having ut tered certain statements which he* was . i-eported_to haver made on February . 12th, last year. To this he replied ., that he would neither admit or dc-ny. It was for the plaintiff to prove his case. In many of the Acts of Parlia ment passed under the auspices of Mr - Wade, when Premier, this wholesome principle has not been so rigidly re spected. But this by the way. * The difficulty the Minister for Works is in, is that, although Mr. Wade may ?waive his Parliamentary privilege, the - fact will still remain that these state ments were made in Parliament, and its is by no means,...
"SINS OF A CITY." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
'SINS OE1 A CITY.'' ,. On Wednesday next at the Town Hali the above drama -will be pro duced by Mr. J. Fyvie Dench and his popular and first-class company of artists, splendid reports have been given the company for their per f ormances in Kalgoorlie and Boulder, and the crowded houses that have nightly witnessed this sensational drama have been amply rewarded. To elaborate on the whole of the company and the play itself would take up a great space, therefore at present we can assure the public of Coolgardie that they will be rewarded with acting and a play quite up to first 'class standard. Miss Gwladys Kichards is also in the caste, and that in itself is an assurance of some thing of the best in the dramatic line. Popular prices of 3sr 2s, and Is will be charged, which are very reasonable for such a talented com .pany/ '?_-?'
YOUNG AUSTRALIA LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
YOUNG .AUSTRALIA LEAGUE. A successful euchre party and dance was held at Burbanks last evening under the auspices' of the. above League. A goodly number journeyed out to Burbanks to help make the -e veiling a success, and being a cool evening much pleasure was derived on the trip out and back. Prom present indications it looks as if this newly-formed braneli is going to have a good life, and we hope that now it has started/ the peo ple, of the district will see fit to assist in any way possible this good effort and to keep the branch going.
The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, OCT. 4, 1913 MUNICIPAL FINANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
@oolgardle ^iner Published Weekly SA1URDAY, OOT; 4, 1913 MUNICIPAL FINANCE. Oni the eve of the close pl! r.he finan cial year of our municipality, it may. not be out of ? .place ..to sail utteation to what, in pur opinion,. ;s a-i injustice to the bulk .of. the ratepayers,, with h view of sending the afteetod pact up fjor .treatment. Some time ago 11 suoi. of £600 was borrowed from tuo Tieas ury to acquire the Beereation Ground buildings. Of this sum about ^400 Avas paid over, and thus passed tiie grounds and buildings from the \?-A. Jiank to the ratepayers!. Sp far, 30 good,' as it was stated publicly at the -time that the revenue could be gained to pay all expenses1, plus interest 011 tiie muiiey borrowed, and Sinking; JFund pa the loans (which, by the way, is lent by the Treasury on the general assets of the municipality). It is, therefore, to . be seen that a sum of £200 was left over out of the loan, after the property had been acquired, Avhich sum was, of course, placed to the...
A GOLDFIELDS DETECTIVE SERGEANT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
A aOLDFIELDS DETECTIVE-^ SERGEANT. ? --»?- ? Par from the 'Cygnet'' which .ought to interest '-Detective Deuip'sey and the Bullfinch gold- lifters:'— 'Two or three 'n'eeks ago we commented oi the fact that-tho..goldfields police; had Utterly and absolutely failed to throw the fainiest ray of light on the Bull finch mine robbery — tho most impu dently daring and downright of its kind ever perpetrated in the State. It Avas impossible not to connect their^ failure with the unaccountable -aberra-. tion of the Colonial Seenetary Js De partment in placing, last yea:-, at the head of the staff specially, entrusted . with the preA'iention of gold stealing, a detecti\*c-sergeant named Dempsey — over the heads* of more capable and experienced men. Dempsey awakens, instant memories of the wooden-visnged pantomime policeman of our child hood, whom the eloAvn used to inveigle into every possible sort of pitfall and' garland Avith strings of sausages. sT expect a man like this, however lionest. a...
Snakes, Devils, & c. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
Snakos, Devi!ss &o. (From Parker's Road.) The attached -s submitted, de.iv readers, Avitli our heartiest apologies for your gentle selves, and if you sur vive it you arc capable Aof more than ? our. editor, who is 'under meaical super- _ vision, and has bi^eii ever since his mis fortune led him into contact with it. — 'Times' Office Boy. Dear Editor, — Some fun was caused on receipt of your paper re man in the bath. I will try to describe what really took place. No one Avitli the excep tion of myself The Parkerjs Koad Boy 4 And Fright of the Chief— of tire snakes got nurt And Mr. Editor, any: one would think by the- lett'ers in the: 'Southern Ci^ts Times'' that Paikcr's Eoad is the home of the Bad Men Mid -a Tail (avc presume urn1 iu. .espondent refers to himself in the instance. — E-l.) Not so, I have been at sidings that Parker's Road could not hold a ein-lle to. You iiaA'j your dane rooms, skat ing rinkis, picture shoAvs, etc. - The residence of, these sidingc ']ia.-e to ...
GOLD IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
GOLD IN SOUTH:AU^TiiAi,IA. , , Some, excitement, hab.bcea.ca lseS in Port Augusta, by the discovery of j,i.!d in the Muudillio ballast pit,- about eight miles' from Port Angnsta,- ru,w -being w.orked- by the ..Federal. Govern ment The gravel used for' ballast for th^| Western^ railway' contains 'boulders of considerable size. A -aawv. in breaking Up- a big, stone,, ; was .tru::k by its' appearance, and closer examin ation revealed- - undoubted traces of gold. Since then another man has found gold-bearing quart/ose within a htone's throAv 'of the gravel pit. The general opinion is the , stones are ',floate:-s, ' and that it ia not impro bable' that the original reef niav be found higher up the creek. Five miners' rights 'have' already been ob tained, r and. ou,?i old prospeotor is sa'n guinei of ' Vlie indications.' ' .'