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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

- * No Beply ? , ! ^«fe^*iliw »JM M$Ct^!^ mhm Write -or Wire *'*'.. x ' ' ? - ? . - s- . 4, '.,.-' , - , ;«- r - _ .. . . - - ' , - v '' _ ^ ? - ? They are all on the Winner with FRED O'NEIL'L, 'King of Coinmissipli A|ents* ? * ' . . ' :' - - ~ .- r All Settlings Remitted by Telegraph the day following Event. ; None of the old time Waiting foi; Exchange of Cheques* ''?'???'*' ':--' '?' ? '-?.. '/???.-? ' '' ' . ' ' ,.-...? / ? ^ . ^ 4 ? ' , '^ ? ' '' ?' ' ' ? ' ' ^ / l ?'??:? -?'? '?' ' ' ' . . A- ,-.?/??_??- ? Straight Out and Doubles on the Caulfield, & llelbourhe dups. V-R«d- Derby and Cup - . , ' ? ; ' . - ? v8.P. on all Events' Throughout the World. /' , :' '' ' ' '?' -» - ??.?..:..,?.:/?' ???'.? - y \ ; ??-..- ? ' ' ' r v . ^ ' ' ? ,*''?'-'? ' ' v - ^

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, OCT. 18, 1913. THE MINING OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

Soolqardie Miner 'Published Weekly ? SATURDAY, OCT. 1.8, 1913 -?, ' THE MINING OUTLOOK. The' past month has been one of eanxiety in Coolgardie. i'or several year,^ ]past we have hiid. xo con bond against a rather severe trade slump and mining depression. -It was evi dent that these were slowly eating the vitals but of the district, aoid thd, question was anxiously asked, ' ' When shall we touch bottom '': xiiat is al ways a difficult problem to solve in a mining district, which sometimes .suf fers moi'd from panic than irom actual' circumstances. One thing, however, is conspicuous, and that is that- those who know most about the mining re pourees of the district,, havei niever had jheir confidence in the future of the- Coolgardie goldfields shaken tO- the slightest extent. That; future appears to us to depend upon not one, bui two important resour&es, viz., tne profit able, treatment of the large low grade lodes and the testing of the eouupry, at greater depths. A'ccording t...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

??A . '&NSEED COMPOUND' Trade ^ f*Kt'S GomP°™a Essence of ? Lins©«4 f«r £pugbs sad colds,,

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

ITEMS OF INTEREST. Courteous Minis' ers. — Notwith standing the uncomplimentary re marks that have been parsed npon the Minister of Mines and Minister for Works, the writer had an oppor tunity of interviewing both Ministers with regard to a local mine that was considered as being oyerraxed by the Water Supply Department, and anor having -placed 'before them. th.-' in- equity of the charge for watt r the request was immediately g anted^ Mr. C. McDowall, member 'for thi' district, went to a -considerabls amount of trouble to arrange the in terview and ' gave up his time to be present at same, as well as having used his influence to obtain the re-\ quest. It would, be wise, therefore^ tor anyone haying a grievance to lay the matter- before the Departments concerned, instead of rushing into print and finding fault. : ~ ' „ Mining Accident. — A miner named A. Durmeek met with a slight' acci- dent whilst working in' a- winz^ at. Tindals mine through 'a small stone falling on his hea'd. He...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BLESSEDNESS OF BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

THE BLESSEDNESS OP BOOKS. - O Bleared Letters, . ilsai combine in o.ne, All agea mist and uiake one line with all. * - By you we do confer with who are --_ gone, ? -? - And the dead-living' .unto -Council. - \ cali, ' ' - ' ^7\ you the unborn shall have Com munion ' ? . , Of what; we feel ..y.cl wuat doth us ? befall. — Samuel Daniel. . - Libraries are the wardrobes cf litera- - ? '* ture, whence man, properly informed, m'ay bring forth something for orna- -*?'-* * ment, much' for curiosity ariu- more jtff ' V*l use. ' ' ' ' _ 1 ? ' ^Edward Dwyer, ' Love v of reading enables a man to exchange the weary hours which come to everyone1 for ho'urs_ of delight. . , v— Baron de Monfcesquien. He that loveth a book -will never want a faithful friend. - ' - -? -— J. Barroii. Seventy-five years ago an honest pre paration, composed of the essence of the Italian juniper berries -and select - . barley, was first made and put on the ' ' market; this article was Wolfe's -' Schnapps. And to-day in A...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COOLGARDIE TECHNICAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

' COOLGARDIE TECHNICAL SCHOOL. ? 1 . A visit to the above school by an outsider is an almost distressing event for the ' serious-minded townsman. There is a fine -building, well equipped for all /classes, and a promise from the Director of Technical .baucation to I provide accommodation -and equipment ; for any class asked for, and yet the 1 youth (and the elderly people, too) ; completely neglect this chance of bet tering their education. Th,e continu ation; classes are doing excellent -wdi-k a$ a visit, on .any- evening -will show, but the complete absence of any technical . class , is to be greatly ie gretted. The sole' fault . is with the students and people of the 'town, for if they asked for a class it could be immediately formed. The School has a unique oolleetion of mineral, speci mens housed 'in magmne'ent glass eases, one of which was used in the Great Paris Exhibition, u,nu cost no j,ess a sum than £125. The laboratories' and assay room could be made -ready for work in a ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Correspondence WHITE CROSS LEAGUE To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

Correspondence WHITE CROSS LEAGUE;- . ,' ' '. \ To the -Editor. ' -- '* , . ' The present Government are to be 3ongratulated in having the above movement started through / the channel of our State schools, and it was with great pleasure that I read ? the circular brought home by my boy — and unhesitatingly 1 signed yes. ? . . - If 'our raca is to be kept pure, which means the building up of a race of stamina, one oC the essential ~ conditions is fhat the ? teachings of the above will act as a preyentative of some of the greatest evils the human .race is heir to, bes'des making,'... a pure life 1 ecouie the ideal of man- '_ . kiud, as lifo under such conditions ' , , will to a larg-.}« extent dispense with' many of fcht- clu-e sicknesses and diseases mankind is subject to, cer tainly tint willingly, b it through the neglect oil- parents to warn their children in 'their early years. ' : I know some parents look aghast at the matter,, bat such are often cowards in approaching this subj...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Collier on Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

Co.Iier on Mining, Down at the coast the Minister for Mines has been babbling -\\- a, press ; interviewer on th^ great progress- .-of. the rnining industry. - ana asiced- tJio Inlvisi,' /''not. to forget that mining i's -still the' principal . andiistry of this ?'?'State.'' 'If Collier would pi *ir6tce -v.hat ?he pr-eachesy.' and ::hiirjseif not forget ?mining, is the State's foremost indusv try, yr& would be- better off and so would the State,'; for this knowledge would have saved -th^m from spreading ? thousands of our money over /ch£ ,.mi5j._ named agrieultural belt..-in ' theVKsilly hope of trying to make wheat 'gro-y ?\vhc3re' 'neither /soil or raiaf all, are suit able for its' culture; arid it would have saved tiie sad speetaV^;u,:p^-.pio once flourishing mining ' ea'mps ??Swindling into decay-— not beeans.3 there' is'; a scarcity of gold, but on aeeount of the criminal callousness of Collier and; his crew. When ' the .-.pressman:-. --asked; him how the industry, was -...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

C. P. J. H ALL, FiS4S^£SlS^SS§^ ArcnfforNobeVsTuaPgnw Explosive. .- -? ' ^ ?Old Established Butchei;s^^:p; /'' BAYLEY STREET. v' BEST &E-SF- AND MUTTON IN TOWN. TELEPHONE 25. ^ ? ? ? ? _____ -^ifjr §- i CoolgarcHe Meat Suplpy. - )^f^ lift ? , ? ^ ? ; ? : ' ':SSfeP gfe^-^ *, ? , , , - ; ' ' - TKENAJIAN ' -ETT. .':.,: Only il-c Pifirrst Slorkod. ? . Gi a Trial. Telephone, 8. ? _j_ ? ^ ? . Peter Boberts, F' ^m?! produce. ' .- - New Ltti'l Rge*. Best Bntler, etc. Every tiring of the Primest Quality. ' . , CUSTOMERS WAITED ON DAILY- - - TTT. T T--T/'Y'TTrT%/rir\XTT_ CLAi'ESILBBRT^ SHARP). ; . ~~/ - Fruiterer. , , . We Oi.1v Sf. ck niin.c Good'. Vo Hiibbislv' ?Coiiutry Onlbrt Promptly Attended to. ,? .-j.cci;il Ke.luction for Quantity. '?HOK_04. _ . ? * - . _ ALHAMBRA CAFE. ' Barrack Street, Perth. ' '?' : ?, M. de PEDRO, Proprietop. K,n'.\ui i\om Port Eedland to the Leon win. The Albambra Underground Burs are._liie..C«olest ajid Most Comfortably Resort All Beers on Tap. K.isy Cha...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

©3 Highest Awa~r&s?'Send_ppr_Us7v ???? ? ._a&__|b v , '?- i MANUMCM.Q£flS V ' %*J}vni _it_/j'_y~ t. I iin£!.A)_»_/ _j? MENDMAM VALE WQRK5 MANCMESTEH. ___.C5/» J__,a_%'_, --_s \v%s V_.Ci'SSj'5,Sfs ? - No- 1 ' KARMAL*' for pies^nres up ??'- to lOOlbs. ?'„ 3,'Ki_RMAL' Senii-metaliic, ' for pressures over 1201b^. . „ 5 „ KARMAL' f -r steam linm. raers, any pressnro. „ 8 ,,;KARMAL' lor -;img \\ater. -j ? - ' ., 10 '? KARMAL' Special ilaMne. ' No 2M_AmiAU''.HI\ for pro suns up-!,20ib. -, N , ', ' , „ i r KARMAL' , frjdraulic, fot pnmns. v .,. 7,,KARtMA1LV f,-r coM,or*l.o* iisnannia pnmp or otber alkalrs ,', 9 (- KARMAL' -for chlorine or / acid* geneial1)-. , „ 11 Gfca-'y Hcnij.! P;:cui*ig, ? - / SA1INDEHS -and STUART, - v THl.«M'.»CUIKERy PEOPLE, Perth and Kalg-ooplie, i* ... ... ? ^ ? i I - NEW & SECONDHAND ~ '? MINING ' MACHINERY __y_fl ? _.jL\_a_-*_-t \J\ . _LY_i_ _7JL \_y it. JL JL__. ^l ___J £_a _i. # - QF 33VERY D_3SORIPTION. ——-_—__ ^^ , PI ANTS RECENTLY SUP...

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Coolgardie Swimming Club ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

Coolgardie Swimming Club ? ANNUAL/ MEETING. The annual meeting of -the Coolgardia j Amateur Swimming Club was. held in i the Drill Hall on Friday evening of last week when there was a good at tendance of swimmers, pitJ!5ltlett over ! by 'Mr. A. Eeid. Mr. V. ~Eldridge i acted as secretary. - t j , The retiring hon. secretary '(Mr. E. ) E. WSlsh) lead the annual report as (follows: — Eeport for Season iyi2-1.3. ? Your committee, in presenting their annual' report of the past season, do so with feelings of satisfaction. It was a successful season from every point' of view. During the year the club held three carnivals. Though a slight loss was sustained on some of these carnivals, the ?? balance-sheet shows a profit of 16/ on the season. This will k-eadily be understood on perusing the balance sheet. Life Saving. It was thought that a life-saving class' could be held, but -owing to the lack of opportunity of instruction, it lapsed. - ,?v ~Your committee hope that it will be carried on ...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

GOLF. On Sunday last golf was out of. the question, as the links were rather soft and moist after the splendid fall of rain that had been experienced on Saturday, and. Sunday last. Therefore, _ ? nothing of importance is available to publish with the exception that one or two of- the members had -made up their minds for a- 'day out'' and were /- ? ' . bent upon' knocking 'spots' .off the colonel. A good performance upon the part of our champion,- 'Bill' Ayre, was put up during the . week; \n a friendly game by doing the fourth hole in two. A most creditable drive took him to within two feet of the 'hole and one 'putt' made him where by he beat, bogie byj three on the par ticular hole; Next Sunday, should see- a good number out, and, according -;o handi- ' caps, iti looks as though it will be a ?' very open game.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

^G^AGOLINE,' KrJNX,' fcTBN ASITJNE' Cements for breakages,

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SMALL BORE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

SMALL BORE NOTES. Owing to the weather' conditions be- ' ; ing. unfavorable for sport on Sunday last there 'was only a very small atten dance at the range for time of shoot ing. However, good, scores were re gistered by the four who -put in an appearance, with the following results: ,, - ~ ', Rifle Hp Tir . ' ''?' J Stade . . . :' ? 99 7 105 L. Micheir- ? yo 10 105 W. Sands ? 9*2 ' 13 'l0o ' IT. Austin ? '. ..*\92 7 99 The _f olio wing are the handicaps- for ? the second stage to be'' fired next Sun day:— ° ' \ .? K. JDavison 24; Miss Fineatt 22 ; tr. Howes 22; Miste Cocj£s i.y; ti.\&esil 18; Miss Da vison- 15; ^C. Cecil 13; A. Lap- ? ; ham 11; W— . Sands 11; L. Michell 8; W. Hillier, H. Austin, P. Lancaster 7; J. Stade 6. ~ ~ ? . -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

Will be in Coolgardie on- -Monday, and Tinesdiy9 20th and Zistinst . Showing Very Special Lines in Millinery of All Descriptions. A Geod Display of Smart Crepe., Voile and Tussore Dresses. A Good Assortment of Blouses in Crepe, Silk, Net and Lace. Nice Range ef Underclothing, and Good- Assort; snent of Children's Tunics and Dresses. All Marked at Prices that will Surprise you. ??'.--' '''.'??'??.'? ,.'tf ?- , ? «. . r- * - ? ? * ffi'MP' WP POP YOIIRSFI F ANB -RP CONVINCPD

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

|| A rich cream of fresh ripe tomatoes, delicately fir ? ?.* cpiced and seasoned, it is made with pure sweet \Tf ? / w crram— no meat used. Heat in the tin and it is Aj /|\ ready to serve. Three sizes. Other /lY |»1 Tomato Ketchup, Tomato Chutney, Baked ill ' ^ Beans in Tomato Sauce, India Relish, Sweet 9|! |J»| Pickles, Dill Pickles, Spaghetti a l'ltalienne, $& %W. Peanut Butter, Evaporated Horse Radish, etc. ' |f ^*. Grocer returns purchase price if they fail to pirns®, \! j HIGH -. ...X3IULK Xj66T9 ; - . ? ? - ? f .Famous Throughout the Eastern Goldfields. 1 ' i ? ? — » ? Brewed and Bottled by ' _ ' -- The Union Brewery ? Kalgoorfie / 7 1 TRY A DREADNOUGHT OF UNION BEER. - No Other Kept. ?-.-: . ~ Latest Patent Glass Washer Installed. All Best Brands of Liquors. Bottle Department a Specialty. Everything at Kalgoorlie Prices, .. : ' Telephone 18. ~ ' -? ' _. J. P. ^MARTIN, Proprietor* :- ':'' , A.USTI3&XJLA. HOTEL ..,.,,' Opposite PoBt Office. ' - ? , Catto's Speci...

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INTERESTING WAGES CASE. (Before Warden Troy, R.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

INTEEESTING-- WAGES GASE. - (Before Warden Troy, Jft.M.) On Monday last an interesting case came under the notice of the resident magistrate,- and as it proceeded jne sented a peculiar and complicated as pect, which prompted one to look upon it as though it. had been listed for the purpose of allowing the Warden to act as arbitrator 'to settle whether two men employed by a syndicate to work a gold mining lease who had been re ceiving a certain, stipulated wage every week were receiving a fair deal from the syndicate. The case was called upon as Mart Wallis versus Mjessrs. Faahan, Moran, Gibbon and James Falconer, the latter and' plaintiff being the two employed: hy .the syndicate to do the work, whilst the' whole five were'eqijal shareholders. Plaintiff contended that he .'consid ered1 h,e and his mate were not receiv ing a 'fair thing from 'the proceeds of gold won, and thought tKat they should get an extra cut when dividing after . each crushing; but .this had evidently not be,en ...

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L.F. CLAYTON v J.P. MARTIN AND G. H. STOCKDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

L. F. CLAYTON v J. P. MARTIN ?; AND 'ft. H. STOCK.DALE. An objection was lodged by defen dant against re'-instatement being given to L. I\ Clayton, whose lease had been forfeited on P.A. 4455 near BullabullingT' - Plaintiff, who gave his evidence on 6ath/ stated that if he was not re instated he/ would lose the value of seven years' work, in addition to be tween £800 and £1000 spent on erect ing machinery. He said he had held the lease since 1906, first as a lease^ then as a prospecting area and again as a leasb. Owing to being too low grade he had to equip the mine with machinery. He got in arrears in rent on account of not being able to keep the battery going, wnicn was due to dry weather. He had auout 150 to 200 tons of stone broken raised ready to put through the mill, but had no water, to go on with; but fortunately owing to about 60 points of rain having fallen, he had caught about 20,000 gallons, which woula enable him to crush about 70 or' 80 tons, a'he Mines Department held...

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THE "CHEEKIEST MAN IN AUSTRALIA. "Life" Discovers Him. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

THE 'CHEEKIEST MAN IN AUS TRALIA. 'Life' Discovers Him. Various contests have oeen made to decide who is the greatest man, and the most public spirited man in Anstralia, but we do not remember having seen any plebiscite taken to decide who is £h man with, the biggest 'ciieek' iu Australia.. A writer in the October issue of 'Life' magazine says that if such a contest .were held a certain press photographer or Sydney would become an easy 'first; and certainly the stories he tells of this; photographer's achievements indicate that he poss^ss'Js not only the' 'cheek,' but the other essentials, in the make-up of a success ful press photographer, this is o.ae of a number of fine special articles in tbe October number, which makie it very evident that.the Editor of 'Life5'' is ,npt relying upon the famous Scott articles to sustain the worth and the popularity of his magazine.^ Other cor gpicuous features which might, be mon tioned are: a fine serial story, sailed rfThe Valley of the Moon,'...

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Amusements. KING'S PICTURES. "THE CLUE OF THE BROKEN FINGER:" [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

Amusements. KING'S PICTURES. 'THE CLUE OF THE BEOKEN FINGER:' - On Thursday evening next, at the Eoyal Hall, the series of pictures 10.be presented is undoubtedly a good one, the principal feature, 'The Clue of the Broken Finger' being on,e of the finest detective drama's yt,v screened in Coolgardie, holding the attention and compelling the -sympathy and in terest of all throughout, '^hife re markable film deals -with the story of a man who, having, once been impris oned, is persecuted by the police and jield, on entirely circumstantial evi dence, to have committed a crime of which he is innocent, and vividly de picts the dangerous expedients to which he! is compelled to resort 'in ' order to preserve Ms liberty. Not once, but many times, does* ,this daring .man place his life in jeopardy in his des-' perate efforts to evade capture, climb ing over a roof eighty tees above the grounds, .'escaping! by a lift shaft with the police at his heels; a flight along the top of an express- tr...

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