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POLICE COURT. (Before Warden Troy, B.M.): [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

POLICE COURT. (Before Warden Troy, B.M.) ' H. M. Quinn was attoimohed for al ,lovving[ the sale of short weight bread. There being no response to tne call' the case, was adjourned sine dis to allow the defendant time to returni ^to ! the State, he being,. at preseat in j Sydney in connection with his father's estate. The Municipal Council v. Edith Wholley was also adjourned till next court ,there being .no appearance of the defendant. ' . '. ' \ - ' -

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

' LINSEED COMPOUND ' '; %f or eoughs and colds. Of proves «Mci«nfty i

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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The Young Folks. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

The Young Folks. . At the Baptist Union, - one, point strongly insisted on was the' importance of keeping the young people in con nection with the denomination as they grow up. The Eev. A. J. Daldock went so far as to say 'chat .denomina tional schools warge -^eesaaryy so that the denominational spirit could' be drunk in, and friendships formed which, would have a lasting; effect, and would tend to bind the adherents of the religion together. In view of the compulsory training, the cultivation of the religious' spirit -/as especially necessary. It did not seem likely, much as they might shrink from send ing their boys to camps, where they would have to is with all classes, that they would be able to escape the obli gation, but association with lads of their own. u-elief, together with a thor ough grounding in religious principle, would enable them to withstand the? temptations to which they would be exposed. A proposal to receive a depu tation from the Australian Freedom League, on ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

?WARDEN'S COURT.^ . James McCann made application for -.A. 852. Recommended subject to in fection of old pegjs. Geo. Sweeney made application for FA. 4456 and -4457. Eeeommended' sub- ject to' inspection of .old pegs. A. E. Pickering made application for extension P.A. 335. Granted as from expiration ~of present lease. Louis Martin made application for three months' exemption on P.A. 932. leeommended subject to Minister's ap proval.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Sydney Letter Sydney, September 30th, 1913. Ecclesiastics in Council. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

Sydney Letter Sydney, September 30th, 1913. Ecclesiastics in Council. ; Ecclesiastical bodies arc in evidence just, now, 'both the Anglican Synod and the Baptist Union being m session. Of . course, I use the word ' 'ecclesias- tical' in its strict and proper bean ing as belonging to the 'ecelesia,' ? nr church, and not as opposed to any, particular form of . denominational; government. Archbishop 'Wright dwelt at some le'ngth on the subject of union of the ehurchjes. Ha did nou seem par ticularly hopeful. 'Who knows,' he asked, 'whether it remains for tlie 'new Christianity' of China and- Japan-, to discover a solution of th^ problem ' After nearly 2000 years of the old Christianity, such a question can hardly be considered inspiring. .Eespeeting proposed changes in the structural or ganisation of Anglicanism gin .Austra lia, the re-enactment, or other wise- of the -rubrics, etc. he asked -who is to de cide these questions? If the; answer is 'The voice of the! iving Church.' he aske...

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LOCAL COURT. " [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

LOCAL COURT. ' C. F. J.'Hall v J. Stacey. No ap pearance of defendant. Mr. E. Tindal' (Andrews ;md Tindal) as'ked for an adjournment as he wished to obtain further evidence.

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"Turned Down." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

r '* Turned Down.' Tlile somewhat fanatical zeal of the ' I Lord Mayor-finds little endorsement I in the 'City Council. . The, Health Conir mittee of that body, was reque'stion.-3d yesterday .to pass a resolution asking the Government to .make the vaccina tion of adults' comDuisorv.. as well as the vaccination of children, but an amendment, declaring that the ccm anittee objects -to this, or any other Bill of the kind, as being unnecessary, and an expense to the community, was carried by a large majority.' ? Later, a recommendation from Dr. jt*urdy, tlu City Health Officer, was read to the effect that the Council .should issue a minute, recommending chat all its em ployees should be vaccinated, and that before any new employees wjere taken on they should be required to show cer tificates of successful vaccination. The Lord Mayor endorsed the recom mendation, and ?''submitted it for the approval d£ the Council, adding that . tlia Board of Health is'oi upmion that vaccination is the o...

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Still Under the Interdict. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

Still Under the Interdict. Some hope was entertained that the j visit of Mr. Groom, the minister of Tradja and Customs, in company with Dr. Cumpston, the Director-General of Quarantine, would have resulted in the raising of the quarantine ebargo which has wrought so much mischief. They cainej to confer witn our own Jtsoara oi Health which has consistently held that the unprecedented step of quaran tining the wholei of the city, and suburbs was inconceivably ill-judged and uncalled-for. No such drastic measure was even so much as dreamed I of during the! outbreak of. plague, I which was really ormidable. To 1 resort to it in the case of a dis- I puted 'rash,' of which, there have I been over 800 cases, without a single I fatality, was evidently a burlesque on 3 sober and responsible administration. I But even now, no mistake is admitted. I The Minister could give no hop© ti-at | the interdict would be removed. The j reason assigned seems liaruiy as eredi- B ble, 'or as creditable, as...

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Violent Depredators. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

Violent Depredators. There is a marked increase in bur glaries, and robberies with violence. This is no more than is to be expected in the present state of public morals, now that tho financial position is be coming a little strained, and employ ment is no longer so easily obtained as formerly. The 'boom' in- luxuries is bjeing followed by another kind cf 'boom' altogether. Ths police (.oree (has been strengthened to some extent. But ven yet, in some localities, the residents feel anything bui; safe. Mean while, like many other matters which are causing keen solicitude cc.the citi zens, this one seems 'co be almost* alto gether overlooked by the representa tives of the people. How is it that Paiiiamnts never seem able to see where the shoe actually pinches? -They; are mostly the slaves of tradition and convention, and have no eyes for the. real and the matter of fact; - . -

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"The Housing Problem.' [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

'The Housing Problem.' A deputation of city workers in~ sore trouble 'waited on the. Treasurer the other day to complain ox the high, rents which they have to pay. Mr.' Cann could give lhem no comiort. lie was pretty well at the end of ,his 'bag of tricks.'' Had not the Gov ernment built a 'rnorjel suburb' \ at Daeeyville? Had it .not u^ed bricks from its own brickvoii^ and had it not' established its own joinery works, to. reduce the coat? He lmgal; have added, were there not twenty appli cants for each, dwelling? In Sydney;, we have been destroying workers' dwellings by the ? hundred and only building them by^ the score. AH the Government is able to do amounts to no more than the proverbial 'saving at the spigot and ' wasting at the bunghole.' , But this by the way. The. deputation pointed out that, for two reasons, either of which was pio jtubdtive, Daeeyville, and similar en terprises were of no earthly use to them. In the first - j*ic«n, they want Houses near their work. These ...

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THE NURSERY RHYME BOOK THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913

THE NURSERY RHYME BOOK AND THE COUNCIL.   According to the "West'"the fol-   lowing slobber has taken place in the Council in connection with the absence of any mining information in the nursery rhyme book given to the Brit- ish holidayers: — "In the Legislative Council on Tuesday afternoon Mr. B. D. MeKenzie asked the Colonial Sec- retary whether it was in pursuance of a policy of discouraging the mining in- dustry of the State that the Govern- ment did not include views represen- tative of the industry in the souvenir programme presented to members of the British Parliamentary Party at the     social held on October 1, other primary industries being so represented? "The Colonial Secretary, in reply, said that the object of the Government in compiling the souvenir programme convinced with an official itinerary was of a two-fold nature, viz., (1) to illustrate the brochure with a view of assisting the delegates to recall the in- ci...

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KUNANNALLING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913

* KtJNidSrNALLIN&. , ^Favorable reports continue to come to' hand with reference to Thomas and; Dwyer's lease, which adjoins v De Grade 's. This lea^e ctxu«- develops '' well, likewise the old Premier lease ?' -held by McCann ana nis mate.

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JOURDIE HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913

JOUliDIE HILLS. iVteSsrs. Taylor Bros., . who' liay.o worked their mine for the past 1- , years (it being a very consistent pro ducer), cleaned up 5U tons lor 100 o/s, and the tailings are 'worth about 15 dwts. . 'a \

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A GOOD CRUSHING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913

A GOOD OttUSHING .Messrs Alfprcl .. diid. Merson have . put through a crushing oi: about is : '.-terns from their least: at iJuibduko roi ' . a return ui- a iittie over oz&. iius i& a fine crushing and., substantiates tiit, fact that iicii ore la a feature. of this district. . s \

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MINING [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913

:;yl -. MINING .WpptL reports s till come to iiaud Ox. ihe iiiiiies roii-na aoouc WiugiemoiJibiiCj. Vfoeveiai proajj-eciiLg jjaiaioo na,\^ £.cv but ior cnis aisci-Ci, uiiiy roociuxj, -j.^ . aitiiuugu iioluiju.^ u.s yet ox. a bw^ci. tiouai iui^arc nab ijosxi iincai nxca, it, ? ' jjuii-b art; good, ami -,ue meix s«au tfiierti is vV-sry juoua-Diiit.} OJ. bGixxt tetiimg guoa ' (jenigv'(uBCoveiea. Ucoa siuuaiij a II tile ? alluvial i& i^^xi . w-uicn iieips to siiow tu^v goiu ju auouc. Xue -\xesai'S. a'ustcuudiien.i^roo arte still cm uevtUup.iixe.at' vvorit, «ui tiieir, ruiixe anows evfery prooauuxty u_ ? soiuetiiing above rue average. ^ev3~j. leases nave Deep, pegged aiound zu^ district, and tilings Jia, ye .a laiily t-ri&xv : appearance. ?:' ? The stone put'' tkrougn me Statt '? , battery- last week for .Messrs. faul au^ ; ? ?' paiiy tun xxoi ieb.iiWqui.ce up to ex- ; peei.ai.ions. Abo'uL'- 7ii tons, were' put tkrougli at au average of a nule osei , ? five aud a iialf dw...

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The Great South-West [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913

;.The Great South- West ?''??..- ,'' (By ^Fegmatite.':'). ? ?., ;.. ;/- :\' ; ?'.. Alter Jiving -~oh cue goianisius; 'tor 20 years and. reading so mucn of tne vvonaerxui , fertiiLty and progress ox .the' '. ' u-raat -fcjou'ch ? West,' .y.' trip vcnrough tnat.mueh-boomed axcu.is lull v or diBit'puoitttme'nts, tor io '. is a kind of - Stag'jaanyn and raxxogi-esiiion iioin .end**-' Lp-eiitt, a,iid Dut xor tue t-imuer 'iriiiiisu'y ?? ?- it, Avouid .soon- be as (iesei'iecl as .many' of the : ou.tbaclc,.golun'eiQa. .aLriiiadaie is j.y, miles along -jne line froni ?i'ertii,- ?:.-? and \tlicsre are a- xew acres of pasture land round- about; but it seems to be much the sanie/.as'it was a dozen years ago. live miles on thsre is a p'laoe^ called Beenup.' . It may have ' ' been up''' a long time ago,' but; as a f,ellow passenger reina^rltea, 'it is b— ^--d.up now.'''- This is- the delectable vyilder -ness*'.at which thjO btaie' ' -yuariles' are situated, and in due course xoaa monies may cause ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913

? ? ???- ? — — - — j ;? Immkt^m^iy Mi,XHMW 7\ ? ' . No Reply ? |rlteA4\ vl^i fetej -^^ ^aT£i# J | fef ^«i| - : Writ© or. Wire ''? '. . 'Bo Business. '.* r~u-ii/v' . ? .- _ -. ? . ? ? , ? for Quotations. ? y ? ? _ - . ' ',' . ':.-:?'.. ?? -?: ? './.- .'- '- -- -'-? -?-.?.-. . i/t-' .?'.?'?? ? '- -' ? ''.' ?????'- ' y '- ,-., j.-. .. - .. ? '?,.'... - - , . — ' - , They are all on the Winner with FEED- O'NEILL;!^ ?*''??????.. : ?- ? - :; ';-'.. '?'}''?' ;f\ '\: -^ .'''?'.?? '--? - ?' V '' ?'????? - :' All Settlings Remitted by Telegraph the day following Event. - None ? of uthe;(D^^ of iChegues. :-' I,, iiiJ.i ! . ??? I . . . ? i.iI,jiii_/- ? li^flmit^^i^,*^^ ? ? ? w, ? ?? i _ — , ? .„.,. ? ?? ? :.n ? ? ? r—iii..!.!.!...!.,.,.,, ? «, Mw ???—?? i ? i ? - ? ii.i.i ???i.,«r ??« ? ^.i* nmu, ^.^m ?—???! ? 1 1 ? mil H i ? n i m rii ' ' 1 1 Vi' f Vm ? ? UW^LjuLMMMMMBBaw ? ? ,. '- ?-????? ?? ?? ??'.?'? : ..: ?? . .?? ^ ?..??-?? . . '?? ? .???.;?? .?'-?? ?':.:. ????? ?.??;?'?? ?:.'::.:./?:.??;...

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Eight Hour Day. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913

? Eie-ht'Hour l-ay. ' s The 'iipbechfying oh 'Eight-liour Day was ' 'less 'unreasonable 'than usual. There was' no mention oi! a possible' six-hour day. On the contrary,' Mr, Pox, the pfesiddent oi' the Now .South Wales 'Labor .Council, said that it was above all things' necessary to 'consoli date the grouml already gained! Ex pressing the fear that tlie Legislative Count il will throw out thp Eight^ionr Bill which is being sMit up to it from tlio Assembly, he i even ex])resso'd- the opinion that such legislation should bo passed by the Parliament oi the Com mouwealch. Otherwise, any Stato which cnated the-eight-hour day on it? own account miglit find itself at a very. seroiiis 'disadvantage iu ».^inpetition with the others. The political speakers were very anxious to cla'im for the late Labor GovcrninentTha credit 'for1 having established t]\Q Australian navy -and' the Government fprees -tii the bas-ia -of ae'complighed-faet'. To tlie Socialist wing1 of the party, however, any con ...

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Coolgardie Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913

: Goolgardie Police Court. ? ?, ????''? ?' '?': -' ' '? ' *. ' ' ? '?'?*'???. -?'' ...???? A:t the above con'r.f , ;6a the 13th J iiist.,; before Messrs Maephei'son' aut^ :Wyruo'd, J.'sP., Cji/ra^'EiHoi.r- was '''charged/ vvnh beii-g. an .Lile and -is»rderly person. The accu-ftd. who vyus' cle'fend'od' by Mr Li. S. Williams, ;.\Tas'- discharge!,- ''??dhvv having Jjfitui**'* severely leotured by the EenehT .-'.:.-??? ' - ' ' ' ? '\ ^;. 'I :./: BernaYd Joseph , Frank ; appeared | aii/the,2Ulh^insfc.. before -Messrs .^ K. | '-?Hatt.'a'nd'.'-W.jmondj^.J'.'s'P.-,- on tvvo I ?o'liarges of neglecting' to- 'have his | twin 'children vaccinated wifchju, three 1 iiio.uxhS;o-{: birth. .The police did n-'t 1 pr«3a.- the - charge. iined is and 2s^ co3is_6ri each charge. - /On Thursday : /David. D6iig'!as, who . was arrested by P.c. /Eiamiiton'jaf the : 'instance of- Static uuuaater Brow a for travailing on' the -railway's wit.jpnt a iicket from Garrabin^to CpolgarXlie, \vas\brougbb up ufc the' a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913

'COAGDIiINE,' KL257X,'1 'TEX- - A3I5EM3' aeuisats for breakages,! Eascirfeeturin^ ptrrposesf et.z. j i _ . . ...Try 1 1/ ' ^ii^ % § It is strictly pure and possesses the I' I highest degree of rich tomato flavor. $ I 'L-''G3 savor to either yJ!^**^^^**^ I I ho*--r cola meats, fish J « fe i If ^ ^\ | 3 Vc« should also try Heins Baked Bsan39 ?? | ?i *i'-'.zi'JLo Soup, SweeS and Scur Gherkia ? 1 v| « VlcIJcs, India Relisli, Tomato .Chutney, i g Evaporated Horse-radish, Etc^ Etc i' ? ' ? A ' 1 zrccers return purchase price if they fed! io pfesea. I i T^ron Unit ? T^/praTP ' ? AND'— — Famous Ihrougnout the Eastern Goldfields. - Brewed and Bottled by Tbe Union Brewery » . Kalgoorfk _TKY A DREADNOUGHT OF UNION BEER. No Other. Kept. L^te&i Pbtenl Glass Washer Installed. All Best Brands of Liquors. Bottle Department a Specialty. Everything at Kaigoorlie Prices, .?' .TeieplxduelS. ' ' s. J. P. eMARTIN, Proprietor. - ^^XJST K^XjI-A.- HOTEL - Opposite Post Office. Caitos SpecMl Bu k Win...

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