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A Skeleon in the Cupboard. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913
A Skeie'on in the- Cutfboard. Mr. Tlolman, the State Premier, U'-c~ -veiled largely m party lines. He ox .plained the difficulty placed in the way of carrying the programme of Yhe party by- the tactics of -the Opposition.* 3ut, quite as serious/- was tlie'divrsio'n ' in ii-^ own '.ranks.- 1'. . mtuuiiating d'e-t fe'at or'- the JNorton-GriJllths tfgrbeiu'oat was of course a cape in poiiii. Tho speaker for the iirst time spoke in pub lic of the bitter antagonism. which his Vaccination Bill has' aroused in The ranks of 'Labor.' The Bill, he' said, had divided 'Labor'7 mc';i with a bit terness and hatred that 'could only bo compared to 'those excited by seetaiian differences. The 'Protestant, he de clared, never detested the Catholic half so much as the anti-vaceina'donist did the believer in vaccination. To be strictly -±air,» which -ia perhaps too much to expect from any man in poli tical lifo, he should have said that it is not the belici in ~ vaccination vhich arouses animosity,' bu...
Bowls. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913
- BOWIS. ; . r/.-;The time has.noTV approached i Oi' this good old, game to ' make its .ap- . ?p.earance, and members-'' are n'ov moving iii the diVeo'tion'. -(£? ge -nvj; the game'staried in Oooli^tV u^; 'he ^veen itself is aimuly in or'.l'eV, a--ad 'piisyers a'jd intendiu^ phiyerij-siiouid now iidvis'i felu' sec-'jiiry of. jb-ir in- - ?enftiooivl-t- -j«'»iii the^fcb' Th/ scre tiivy 'ba s '/?- *tifi;.j-d'f-ha-: i n a'- 1. prob:ih Ii ty .S.''.m'ev-'ti.ng'wiil'-be. caHed f ??!? i. taring-'. ;ext'J..\vei.'k.'. ' Tire ev nings ?.r» _ ;ow pie'tisant enviuo'h for ihc electr/c light g.-iraes, and we hear th-;t t:beie/;rrt . ?more fchat! -Vne &v two ; wh.--- wiil ub*^ t:\iii t-uis year's '. championship.. ''?
A Deadly Fever. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913
A Deadly Fever. - Tb'., Dean of Newcastle has been out on the'warnath against betting. ITs describes it as a 'fever' which Wills the leisure hours of so many working men, and deprives them of so much money that ii destroys their moral fibr,j3, and -lerioubly impairs the stand ard of living. There it, much truth in the indictment. But tlie bvil will not be cured by denunciation. It-is almost I tthe only avenue in which a man can test his fortune, with the .prospect .of some pecuniary .gain. lt~is the_hun drum and =&anotouou& nature of modern^ existence which furnishes the most powerful and persuasive inducement 'to give way to tho gambling instinct. If every inan could see an intelligible, worthy and feasible career ? ahead ' of him', the' 'fascinations pf ' the -i ( tote ' * -ind the ' f bppkie ' ' woulcT lose most' of their power. ? At pros out they rffer thep ostiibilities, remote, it is -true, of getting' a 'bonanza.'^ But- tliosc who cau see a bonanza 'in evQry d...
"OFF THE BLUEBUSH." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913
« 'OFF THE BLUEBUSHiC We have. received a speeiuien of tie title) p.age of the book bi ; ppehis : to) be issued at Christmas time by'/i£r. 'J. P. .Bouirke (' ' Bluebush- ''),.- df Boulder, under the title '? of' Off'the JBluebujjh. ?' Mr. Bourke is' -v ell known throughout the State;'as a writer of excellent vtirse and amusing, jingle. It is iuaiiy yoars since 'Bluebush-' epmmenceci ,tq de light goldnelds readers with the bright products of his busy pe^ -and since then has contributed -many items/that deserved & :vider' publicity and a moio enduring form than, that offered by any journal. 'Bluebush;j is! 'farniliui with every phase of goldnelas life, and he .writes of it with a 'kaowledgei and sympathy that appeals with peculiar iorce to chose 'who -have aiso ' ' gone through ? the mill. ' ; and to those who *ow not th© life of the' early-day s- fining eamps the writings of ' Biuu-. .jush;; presant a. stirring picture' of the ..oaring JSinetiea. ; ' 8uch verses aa fcsw'ag an...
"Tight Times." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913
'Tight Times/' Complaints arc current in the preds ?q¥ t'hb a'ction ofJ tho banks' in curtail ing overdrafts and raising the vine oi interest 'sharped, Oiie instance' is died, in which a firm was operating o'ii an ' 'bv^oT'SliMi t 'of E10,/.O0, cjnaran1 eerl by' an, iivs Jranc'e company. The fiim ' lias 'been' notified, ii is said.,. that its I '' limit;' has 'been j educed to £.1,300, 'r.nd the rate of interest raised to '3^ 'per cent. Others h.ive said that, ad vances 'are 'refused against any but' city 'properties, and that the lowest 1 'fcs tq say, prqtepts ','xrc''3+unierou8 and slrentious, and 'it is pointed out that tTiiiJ; 'i)olicy is likely to produce the 1 calamity' 'which it is desired., to avoid. 'But; \yhat is a banker to' do? If h'e could 'trust his 'borrowing customers to Loop their businesses of' their own mo-s tiou, on a sound basis, ho would not neod to take 'steps for' His .own ] ro 'tection, or for the -protection of -his 'own reserves. But r-iany of them are 'no...
COOLGARDIE TOWN HALL. "IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO MEND." ! [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913
0o0LGARD^TO|^^A^L^ 11 IT IS '$0#&fd$^&TW}T& . ;-^;-;:^p|^i?^^-J^^;';; A dramatisatiohrdf thisvw.ell-knoWri novel will be provide^- at the Towq Hall, Coolgardie, , nV^xt Wednesday evening. The subject/, is a very ambitious one, ?which gives scopa for the'best dram atic talent, and requires ample scenic effects for its -proper; presentaion. 'Charles Reade's greAt work was written-.' with a '...purpose— -, to. show up -the aAvful ?brutalities of the early convict system in Australia. The plfiy is a diverting one, comedy and pathos~ being intermixed with thrilling alternation, while the fre quent changa of' scene adds to the exceeding interest of the play. Th.. opening scene is in Engtahd, ,iht?' surroundings being a typical tarm - yard, with abundance di Engiisb growth and. the' green 'fields : and crops in ihe distance. The see: ic effects are good, and hava earned general approval from press , and public, Mr. Fyvie Dehch, who is re sponsible for -the . 'produc...
HE KNEW. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913
HE KNEW. 'Little 'boy' asked the wellmean ing reformer, s ht'i;il your mamma over thfire with' 'the ' beautifu-1' set of furs?'' 'Yea, sir,' answered .the. bright lad. 'Well, do you kr.ow what 'poor 'animal- it 'is that had* to suffer jn orde'J that your marrfma might have thg furs wi1;h' which* sh 3 ' adorns her self so- proudly?*' 'Yes, sir, my'
Amusements. KING'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913
Amusements. KIND'S ^EiCTUEES,;C ^ ????'v:. . ??.''?''.':???.?? ' ? .-.' '.^???:1--.';.-' 'V. ?-?-.'.??-?;'_? ^ On Tivursday ^/evening -ne't . the, asnal.:'p'rog'am.nie:.df.:vi^ii.rg?s Pictures: will be screened at the '.Summer Gardens. ; In.ciii(l'e.d;:..;-,iri::7. the . pro gramme, are * some very- excellent films both draiiiatic;;.!'; arid;' ''comedy. The-Pathe Gazettes.are also. included and boritain' 'interesting pictures. The principal film of the evening is one entitled, . „ ] It is ilso ; announcjed by Mr. Murray t;» - .he- .^has-' obtained the wonderful fnni of Dr.. : Mawsoti.'«: A ntarctic Expedi trim, r- which will ;Vbe screened at an ''Varly date. . For some thing realistic aud 'thrilling the' film is said to contain it to the full. ^ .?;'..
Our Sydney Letter. Sydney, October 7, 1913. The Fleet. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913
Cur, Sydney Letter. Sydney, Occober 7, 1913. The Fleet. ' Floct festivities are iho order oi' thj day. Everybody '.us is anybody' ha ' been put o,n the stretcli for She, utter- Janes of sentiments that shall be deem ed -worthy of the occasion. On the whole, it*inay be affirmed that our ora tors, from the Viceroys , to tlfe navai men,' acquitted thcmsolves-C-witli credit. 'The address of Admiral Sir G.' King Hall T\ra$' perhaps most to the purp'oso. lie accounted for1 tho occ.isijn, ^hii'h, on its face, seemed so incongruous Nvith a sparsely populated pastoral and com mercial nation, - by reminding us that the circumstances of - the period a ro unique and critical. Australia is pall ed upon to -act as 'Warden of the marches' to protect. ill? 'outposts of the Empire in the Pacific Ocean. The necessity is laid upon us, not by our own free choice, but by the action of other nations. We- must either, bow fo that necessity, or be virtually -unpro- tected, and our own action tojv.irds our ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913
Gtj r tt x T tv F^-A^yf-nd gs Pa?Qduce -Merchant 1 ' ' ? : ? ; . TIL. 42 A'cnt for Nobel's Glasgow Kxplobivc. / ; ^i^agk^bros,, - ?;?? : ?' ? - Old Established Butcher*, V V-''''''' '' BATL-EY STREET. ' ? ''..?-''' BEST BEEF AND MU;TTON IN TOWN. . ' ' . . TELEPHONE 2o. ? __' Coolgardie Meat Suplpy. '^^^Tl/f - ? . t . ' . _ TRENAMAN & TREVETT. 4 Only the Primest Stocked.' v ? - ' ' - Give us a TriaU ' ^ Telephone,^. ? ^ ? : ? . JP«t©r Eoberts, ^ DAIEY PB0DUC1K NflW Laid Egge. BeBt Butter, etc, Everytning of the'Primest Quality. CUSTOMERS WAITED ON DAILY, ? '- . '- WT -nTnTm/TAXTn CL-Ai'B SILBERT & SHARP), ' - » J. BI6HMOND BAYLEY-ST^OOOLGARDIE. Fruiterer. Ws Oniv Stock ri ime GooiK Ko Rubbisli. Country Ordert Promptly AttenJoUo.. 'K Special Ueduction lor Quantity. 'Phone 91. - ? '__ ??'????; A LHAMBBA' CAFE. ? Barrack Street, Perth. fflrtie PEDRO, Proprietor. v ' KtsMwn fi/om Poit Hedland to the Leeuwiu. - , The Alhambra Underground Bars are the Coolest and Most Comfo...
Too Pessilisic. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913
Too .PessIriLssic. . The experience of the raihvay au thorities reminds us -that it is very easy; to be coo pessimistic. The Chief 'Railway Commissioner considered, that the deterreut eiTect of the quarantine proclamation would prevent many eouuery folk from visiting thej metrop olis to join in the .welcome, lie. de clined, therefore/ --to put on extra trains, or -:o oftec -special facilitios. Bin I13 hud ru.-U.0uod 'without his Aus tralian, and ihc' ey,cnt ' showed that he liad made a big mistake At nearly every., couutry station, thft crowds of ' passengers who preai'iite'u , ihemselves wovn'^ fiir in nvCBsa r-F Hio r.'irvt'inor' capacity of 'the carriages. 'Standing- rooni only' was^the order 'of the) day, arid even 'after each' compartment had been packed as tight us it woxild hold, hundreds were left behind -on 'tho plat form;?/- although' they had duly' paid their fares..
Manning the Ships. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913
Manning - the Ships. Varjous speakers hinted that ,the most formidable difficulty will be in the manning of -the ships. The rigid nature of naval discipline, n\u\ the monotonous and finicking, nature of' most of the work which in' the piping times of -peace U imposed' on' them, 'to keep the devil out of their minds' are -foreigai to the Australian nature, ?which, if, it' in not . free and a.dyeu-^ turous, is at least imbued with' the be:_ .lief that ought to-be, in dew of- Uie. innumerable openings which a ' new country should offer to '? energy and courage. It is comparatively rare to find.au Australian man-of-war's man who intends to remain in tho navy any - longer than , he can help it.' The, end of the . three years.'' term- of service will, threfoire, impose a formidable task on the recruiting? side of tho, s'ervice. '?Indeed, .many try to escape* at- almost - oyqry port touched at, and it is -larkiy binted that some device of eomp-ilsory servicp may have to he resorted to to k...
THE SHARE MARKET. CHAS. B. MOOR. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913
... : '. '??'??'?? '?- -P- ?:??'???'' =.-?!?;?' \'i- ' -?? ,;;GBaS. ;B.,.M'c)QEr;;;- Tne -following Bales'. arid .'qn.Qtav.io.nx : were :— , . ' -.. ry ...'. -;;-v . ; 7y ...[? ' ?'. -' * ' Lomlo», OctSS :'; Associated, 7s - ' ?.' .'?-; Associated Noithmis, 11^ 10^d Pt-rseveratice, 2s L-^d ' ' '?? Fingal, 11s 3d '. .__ ; ?;'?.,.' \\ Adelaide, Oct.- 24. ! Associated Northerns,' buyer ' lls ? ril i' . 11... 11. ni ? . . - ' «fa, seuer 11s ya . , - ; Bullfinch, buyer lls 4^d. seller 11a 6 \ Commodore 2s 6d, seller 2s 8d ' 1 ' Boulders, „ buyer, 13s J|-d,- sellei' I3s ! Hd . - ? ?.'.- -,; ?,?; Boulder No 1, 8s, sellei- 10s ?'. ? .1 Hannan's Star, 4s. 3d , ' ' Mararoa, buyer 6s 6d, 'seller :6s 9d : j^on.iit;.....-!--.,^...... „.,..„ ? ? __„_„ ? ? ?' ' _
Correspondence WHITE CROSS LEAGUE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913
C '^rrespondence ; ' : ; . :, ' ;;: .To the Editor. -. ; ^ %x ./'? .It is pleasing to V see attention ;of parents drawn to '.'tiie -- above^ 'Wd I trust that those who /profess Co - teach us the highest forms bfJniorality, -w,ell awake to their responsibilities and put - into practice 'what - they, ijreaeh, by showing an activity ? in '/, the inaxter of social purity. It ;is:'an, injustice to our children\that -they snould' grow up . ignorant of the .vices that niay taint their lives, when, a warning note can ?be so easily sounded; that the hearing of same will save them perhaps from the most dire disease- imayiuiable. Not only does this apply to the children^ ?but often to young ? men . o,n(l women. We do not see this course so plainly as does the eitizen' who lives ia, the throngjed cities of: the world. I. note that parents and our .???-ministers;'; will feel, the responsibilities that rest upon them as the teachers . of morals^ and point out the dangers that await early ' youth....
SMALL BORE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913
SMALL; BOEE HOTBS,^ On Sunday last weatEer 'conditions ? were favorable for good shooung, and-' on. an average the shooting was, ail : round, very fair.' It was piv a.siug to see' one of the younger oiiucs in S. ' Uavison break the ? possible ;v -.vita ? li'is' ?iianaieap^ andv the writer . Lope-a ,!-/'? see him continue to 'iimjx-i,-ye,'-'.a,s '.liiis ; small target shooting is the ' ixi.ea.ns oi~- maidng the good i±aV snot. \ Next Sunday will be tlie .fiiial fltaga of the club trophy, ana taking' tiie : positions .at present a' go'odiixiiaii should be put up between at least turee\ox ' foul' of the members. The captain (J. ; Stade) again had the honors oil the : line. ' . - The following are Sunday's results:— ; ? ??'??'?'??? B3%. Hp Tl. E. Davisori . . . . ...... »u. 24-': 10.5.' W. Sands .. .'. ..--..; 9JV 11 305 J. Stade ;. . . . :'.v v(: .-.v ' 98;/ ? 0 104 3j. Miehell . . . p . ;.-'.'. '. '.'?;. .?'? yf ? . . S ' 102 Miss Davison . -. :/V.^. :.::;. \ -V86 i5;; iUO H. Austin ....
Croquet. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913
Croquet. On Wednesday afternoon next the ladies of the Coolgardie CJub will open their green for the season 1913-14. First-class arrangements are being ~ made, and games of all descriptions are being prepared which are always of a keen interest. Thai green is m splendid condition, j and riext Wednesday will be the f opportunity for those desirous of] joining t,he club to' pu.f in ah ap- ' ^earaneef *? ~ ' :- t
Sydney Letter The Railways. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913
':'Syioey:;LetterN;S:. ' .-;;;, iiie Bailways. ? ? /The features disclosed , by; the ^e- i counts randered by the- Chief Railway ; ?poairaissionsr .are escraordinary, and niust- be to a certain . 'extent . disquiet ingy:eveii' to. the Government, whi^h is , ?jiesip'onsible for ths principal -.altera-- tioiis. iiie progress ox tlie fotate dur- ; ;ing..-i;he. last, three years is reiLeeted in 1 the traffic ?'returns,1' wiiich' show; an ex- J' puasion of 23 ])er eent.,.'notwithsta.nd-- \. ing that tliet'e have been substantial } redactions in fares ...uu xxoxgnts. But, j, 'on.' the other . haiul, the' working ex- I peus.es. have increased, during the samei p'sriod, by no less -t^an 42 per cent, f | have-not A'ocLied out the -figures'- f or J ?myself. ??.-?But they are thus given by | .the. .*??' Daily-.; Telegraph,' which, on,| such topics, is received as an authority.-! .'The- consequence 01 tlie increase 'in ! ; working expenses is that, in spite of J . the expansion in traffic, the ...
GOLF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913
GOLF TCGTSS. (By 'Caudie.'O i pn Sunday iabt a most enjoyable --.c~\ -\a& bpdxiC Oxi iue links, wnion axe CltUcl^cU. SO ^ulx-. v-xil^^li^ LO bke LOV^il. a an auodb so |ja, m an appearance, cw_d on ox-0 untile iue sot)img ^^at) u d u-y laix n-xbuxo. Ovving to Lue ba.d 1 Ucicx^cr xaoi, Kjuiia-»j ty^Oxt. tne toui^a .1. v-ixi, buat xi-iu iji/^-x. a.ianged iox inat v-M^y Vk'cxo ZxL-lx J\i UJillii.^ iubb, WixxCn LOxibx-l^J. Ox. a xi ..l-o.^ vj^ 01 tWO lOJUUb. ..Jo.uuai/n, j~.^ ^.t, rvab manitcst^d -xl L-xiJ toa- u a ^ axo ( dp LO tne ixUlbil o^c x^aaxii, j,. i,v , uiu^r was m douut, c^j.o. cj.jll^x t joui u,lj -l tianbpiroa that x-v,^-b. j-ix^ .v.xx r -vl j.aicntill liad d«ad ^x^u^w't xux i.oi. jj «^u^.. 'Mbn ti. J-tichj,x*as o^i,) one poi it a. a^v inixd. it is pio ^aOIs; uiat, Liiti a-aa-n(.ateit- will play oa. xLonois oi wo da,) were won by S. xiXiiiiuia, . no ji/-it ap a most creditable ^LWwu(.s j.-.u tue tAvo rounds. -.\,^~ ix^vCiLi. suo^ctiied in Deatmg nu^xtj j.01 one: xodu...
Tennis [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913
Tennis Ou Sunday afternoon a friendly game of 'tennis will by played on the Kecreation ground jsonrts between teams representing the Kalgoorlie memiDersof the International Corres pondence Schools and members ofthe Obolgardie branch. Ori Monday the Boulder Tennis Club will visit Coolgardie aud play a friendly game with tjie Eecreation Ground Club.