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SOCIAL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913

SOCIAL 'EVENING. On Wednesday a social -evening was tendered to Miss JNoiue' x^arjier, third eldest daugnter of Mr. W. Barker, of the. Transport Trading Co., who is leaving (Joolgardie^aitcr bomg resident here lor* over 17 year&, to take up a position at -tfreniantle. Th evening was- tendered in the form of a farewell at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. ii. Micnell. A 'number of Miss Barker's most intimate young friends were pie sent to bid iarewell to the young iady, who felt „ very 'much the words of esJ teem and, sorrow at her having to leave the town after being amongst ,them so long, 'to whom she had become so endeared. Miss Barker was also the recipient of a large trinket box and a, silver-mounted cut .glass powder box, both of which were -suuueribed for by her niajiy friends. Games ox many descriptions were indulged in, and a most enjoyable evening was spent. Among those present were Miss Bar ber's two' eldest, sisters, who will not as yet be leaving the town with the...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Coolgardie Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913

Coolgardie Municipal Council. - On Thursday evening the usual fortnightly meeting of the/ council was held, when a full attendance of j councillors (witk the exception of j Crs Haiiley and Cecil) were present. The minutes of the previous meet ing- and correspondence were read and confirmed. The revenue state'ment for the past fortnight Bhowed an amount of £87 3s 9d. ' - ' Accounts amounting- to £41 13s lid were passed for payment. The general work of the councilj such, as attention to lights, municipal grounds, and general maintenance, had been done* during the past fort night with satisfaction. iae acting neaun omcer reported the district to be in a good state, there, being no cases to report upon. Or Linkson gave notice of motion^ for next meetin', ' That the auditors' fees be reduced 20 per cent.'1 The Town Clock. A severe discussion took .place between the c6uncillorsiregarding the town clock. '?;-??--' Cr Mercer stated that he bad a recollection of the clock being handed over a...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Silver Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913

Silver w edding. Mr. and Mrs. J. Bennett- Jones, by way of celebrating an important family event., namely, their own wedding day, entertained something like 100 guests at the Town Hall on Thursday evening, these including Mr. and Mrs, T. Bryce, Mr, and Mrs. W. Bryce, Mr. and Mrs. Bradshaw, Mr; and Mrs. F. Bennett. Mr. and ? Mrs. Benness, Mr. and Mrs. Eastmon, Mr. and Mrs. Faull, Mr, and Mrs. j Gale, Mr. and Mrs. Giles, Mr, and Mrs. C. F. J. Hall, Mr, and Mrs. Halliday, Mr. and Mrs. D. Mac pherson, Mr, and Mrs MacMillan, Mr. and Mrs. Mill, Mr. and Mrs. M. u. neiu, LYir. hiiu ivjlih, «jt. ouepiieru, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.x Trenaman, Mr. and Mrs. C, Vincent, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. 'Williams, Mr. aud Mrs. A. P. Wymond, Mesdames' B-nnett, Higgins, Lowman, Whit taker,' Misses Barker, Boulter, Ben nett, Bradshaw, Batler, Crease, Fry, Jaryis, Howarth, Hesse, McEvoy, MacMillan, Mill, Phillips, Rosss, Scott, and Whitfield, Messrs. Bennett, Bradshaw, Barwicke, Chamney, .Eastmon, Higgins...

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The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, OCT. 26, 1913 The Cost of Living [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913

goolgar die ^iner1 Published Weekly SATURDAY, JQUT. .26, 1913 ' Tae Cost^ of Living Ever v since the gojutieiuo were iii habited there 'has Deoii the one com mon and ever-presttiu uoiiiyiaiui. — tne tgih cost- oi tiie neeossaiiea oi lixe. It is a 'well-worn gro./i, ining by tne frequency witn viiicii ib i& u&ou, iiioii otouous uecause no iiiijjj.u\ujuivjjai um be made in it; yec aina^fa j^iOiainent because it coiictsx^ tie^ liiui^auai of the whole ooniiuuiuiy. iuue l,i-c sometimes ,,.-3pasiuc»aiu_ uLLeiUjjLjs to re duce, the jTioe ol certain ui'Litids oi ±ood, but :.here is ceiiamly no marlved general improvement m lub ^^a oi some oi' tne esaexuiai inu.ciod. bouie of the .earlier st^ilem tun us liiuL some articles are almost as cnuy wove ^e lore the railway w-is built, ,-dlich a.r-& tides as todcier ana laim proauoe have fallen during tne pat-c jlovv years, but there has been no saen geucrai reaction on suon tmugs m, liuil, b±ej,a and meat, which ±oim the eni...

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

[?] 1 Thursdays. Only Complete Change oE Programme Each Night. ' ? Murray & Bridge, CYCLE and MOTOR AGENTS -: Bayley Street, Repairs of all kinds Promptly Executed. -TheRotorua ii CM 11 Ik U ^ The Rotorua Salts .' isji^liaira^ Salts Eegistered Patent 3306 ~ ; Is a saliris 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 the1 kidneys, ., In rheumstism and indigestion this natural salt — which is one of nature's great cures — should be tried even after other treatment has failed. , Price 2/6, Posted 2/9 . , Sole Agent — Chemist, Bayley-street, Coolgardie '' ? McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. .Personally visits Coolgardie eyery^Sunday, Old Oonnc.il; Chamber, Opposite Denver City Hotel, Hours 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m j ., . I— ?? ??.,—..— ...——? — .— ?? ??? ? , I ...

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GLENLOTH SOUTH G.M. SYNDICATE [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913

v. GLENLOTH SOUTH (7.M. ?'.?&Yj8JLdOA:l-.'\ At the invitation / of the abov.e syn dicate the leading business people of Coolgardie and Burban&a, together with the Jady frienus 'of tne syndicate, journeyed to their lease, situated about four miles out on the iiurbanks road, for the purpose of inspecting and wit messing tne starring „.,. mtu1 50 H.P. Hornby suction gas plain, air com pressor, receiver and iiolman hoist. The Mayor called upon the Mayoress to start the gas producer engm,e, which [readily responded to the action of the Mayoress, and ran very smoothly' in deed, when three cheers were givene for the syndicate and one for the Mayoress. At the invitation of the syndicate .. those present were invited to partake of refreshments, vvhieh were tastiiy Jaid out and handed round. , Then the plant was inspected and most favor ably commented upon by those present. The Mayor in a very ntting manner Proposed the toast of the G-lenloth South Syndicate, and Mr. A. Benja;...

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

Personal We are' pleased to report that Or. Cecil who has been- laid up with pleurisy is now on the improve AU. Walter Ji-iiroy Hams, Jb'.ii.G.S, l'Mt.LJ.l, vviiOse booic, - ' ' Outbade an ?dLUstraiia, or Tnree Australian Over ianaers,' nus been very iayorably re viewed by Lue juonaon and .fro vmciai . pieb's, leaves- England by the1 'India- pura' sailing 14th /October, ah. jiaiTis is i-uxiuiiing ' to Australia in cnarge oi ' ' Jsriusu Juad ; ?' immigrants lor ii-ustraiia. 'outbacJi,' first pub lisned by me I^etchwortn Garden Oity x-ress. on 25th July, ran into a seeonu euition in September, and is al30 be ing translated mco German. The first German euition is to appear througn Hermann ^lbrecht, of v .Leipzig- next your, and will be loliowed by a secona ^oolc now aiearing completion. fcJoon cUi,er his arn-vai in (Sydney iMr. Jlaaiji^ stans out on. a another long over luudiiig journey, and. on this ' occasion . no will be accompanied by his younger brother dacK, who was with him on t...

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THE REDEMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913

THE BEDBMPT1ON. ' ''The owners of the above are to.be congratulated on the splendid result . obtained. The ore was raised from .th© 170ft level and a gooa quantity .is still in siglit. Apart from good values being obtained in this one parueular spot, tne party noiumg tne lease .con v tend that if they could only have' in e '.privilege of opening ap other parts. of the property tiiey could obtaia further good values. Then again, an other handicap is the water that , is lying in( the mine, and if the Govern ment would only be prevailed upon ii pump this water, say for use of the State battery, a considerable amount of work could be done and valuable ores obtained. ? ' .. - ' i

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913

; ITEMS, OFijhTiiREST. ? As the express train was approaching Gooigaraie 'on Sunday' luuiding Jast, Mr. / JfcJurlce had th'o misfortune to lose-, one' of his herd of cu*?u, and. an oiher to^have its leg/broken by 'being run into by the train at the racecourse^ crossing. One of the cows -was carried across the coy/ pits' and taken a few yards up the. line before being- thrown clear, and fortunately .for the -animal it iaet with an almost instantaneous -:vath. This is rather unfortunate for Ah-. 'Burke, as stock is at a high price at the present time, and, apart from that, liis cattle were just now in the pink of condition. Firearm Licenses.^— In a paragraph appearing laat week upon tne-'caso deal ing w,tih two lads who were summoned for not having a license to carry a firearm, we stated that it seemed peculiar that two persons could be fined on this point for uue firearm. However, since the paf appeared we have been informed that the Act al lows of the procedure, and practically it r...

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A BRIGHT OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913

a; bright . outlook:,: ':??: ?? ?-. ' . . ' ; ?'? ? '?.-'-.-' ''-??? ~- A lot -has been said lately regarding fche Edua3lay at Westons, and the usual number of croakers nave been decrying the worth of the property without knowing what they are say ih-r or having the- least justification xor their assertions. In view ox tne | many conflicting opinions concerning the possibilities of the crosscut now being driven at 150tt. devel at the mine, and to test the bubble opinions of .the croakers, we have made a per- j Bonal inspection of the property, and J after carefully going over the mine } are pleased to be in a position te in- ] form the public that there is absolutely j nothing to justify the alarmist reports that have been circulated. The cross rMif. Kas been driven in hard schistose formation, and not to be compared j with the hard granite bars that occur j in the Greenfinch Proprietary, situated I about ha-lf a mile north. | One of/the characteristics of this pso- ! party at4fhe 1...

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NOTES ON THE MINING INDUSTRY. GEOLOGICAL OPERATIONS IN SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913

M)IES ON 'THE MISTING INDUSTRY. ' , , GEOLOGICAL OPERATIONS IN SEP^EMBEll. - 'During 1uhe greater portion of t^e month, tne Government Geologist rfas cngd-ged in the held, in an inspection «,jl the work at present being carried out by xi.ssistant Geologist Biatchford ?on,- tne soutnern portion' 01 tne . xii- a jciin golo.neld, and in laying out the j xj.es on vvhich it was to ue brought | .0 an early .completion. : | Mr. Woodward, assistant Govern- I ment Geologist, has been, completing | nis report on the Murchison lield. 3 1'ne Assistant Geologist, Mr. T. 1 Biatehf ord, has been wholly engaged | with the survey of the mineral de- j posits', of the South Yilgarn goldlield, \ iand unless subject to interruption, the -work, will have been finally completed by the close of the year. Mr. Jutson has completed his reports on the Mt. Magnet and Lennonnvllle districts, which have been published j in a summarised form, and which will j b'e issued in bulletin in oue course. | Later in the mo...

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BURBANKS. A PROSPEROUS CENTRE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913

BUEEAITaG. A PEOSPEEOUS CENTRE.' While many more pxeteiitious ^^a^et, are suiteiing 110m. a tt/xx.^oxcxj in action, tne vjJLbdiCL Ox jiUxbaxxL^b 10 O^ pexiencing qu.ii.j~ Ju. aav ^i^u.u-. 01 opea on good pnn,^ i^^; mv t uL - - ^ 1 is a, vexy i«iii o_lu -^v.^ «, ^_ . ^ ^ plolCe 1& JixO Ui tul -ixi_^J.t.^X j_ l/X i/ttnoc, noc ouly -u n.^ i_ j^.^ tj l^o WJxOie oj- (.uo ^oo-^a^^-xt. ^_ij.l-o Ixxis it- .111 tne ix-v.^ o-^. *,„ x .o u- caiifaa mt ^xvjyx^bb tiiu.u j., t.^'-'—o u- . «ixnl tne pxOsJJoxlly i-iia,uJW ^-.^ uvo 10 k^lxUinoi Xxilxlllxj^, cixiu _i.U cvJ oj^j c -_ vBxxu.txOUS ollCLxix2iLcl.xxCi.js \ ^u.i/Wi. - nu lAv^Ull 101 XU1& lUj.ij-1^ J.LI. xs U \ ii-- Xllo.Il, .i.-'ldlcbSux XNj-CxxO-. Ij. - -1-. -v- Oxi LUx~ UO &cl^ LiiaL ii-xi ? ^lt ±-.uij , tu ^.0- Ula UxiA\ -X\ oix.iii£ Cu, Jui.m.0, i-j.o UJi d^d duvi. ni& e^copi-x^ ^-*i - ,i-^.-i.& c.*.^ .^icn, thoie -v Ouxj. 01 i^ju.i. 1 l^ no j--axba,nn.s ^o-day. ±z i& easy 'to ix^a^iue ,»...

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State Battery Crushings. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 25 October 1913

State Battery Crushingsi ; 'j'he following- is a' complete list of 'orusbinga ar the Ccolgiu'die State battery : — ' ' - » ;'P. A. S32. (}j. Martin), b/| tons for ioz lOdwt. . Obtcfpside (J. Merritt), 282 tons for l-iSt-z 15dwt. P. A 894 (YvT. Atkins), 12 tons for 6oz Hdwt. . t- a 1101 /'W T^'««™:_i_\ 01 *.;.'„ £ ? ?X.x-i. «7UX ^ JL. XXUOblUlV^, :ii LUJULiS. ,1U1 7o.z liuwt. ' Hampton Plains (A. Easton), 26 tons for 55oz lOdwc. Lord Bobs 'G.M L. (T. Evans) 141£ 'tons for 58oz lO.dwt. ' ' - Hampton Pluins (M. BonneyV 12 tons ior 7oz 12dwt. G.M.fj. King Solomon (Cameron. and Bruce), 76^ tons for 2ooz G.ii.L. 'Vhe Prosperityv(ri'wigg and party, tiibuters), 56 tons for 6ooz ldwt. .' P. A. 889 (M. Wallis), 22^ tons for looz 7dwl. Iudicator (C. Mitcliell), 14 tons for 25oz lOdwt. P.A. 927 (T. MnrlevV 27 tons for 4oz I4dwt. P.A, 896 (M. Leanoy), 14 tons for 3oz lldwt. ;__,-_ ? New Bayley's tribute, 50J tons for 24oz 6dwt. PA, 889 (0. Dunne), 8.6-|- tons for 7oz 14dwt. ? . Jf. Griffiiths, 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

' Jff .iJjpf ? W^ fi-^h~ ^ r v^-'i p^vk ' -'??'?. - ? ???' -'? v. B ?gT iJ¥rMo^^y^4^l^^l}lJ ; ? ; . r:' . ^ 1 .. ? .-'. ..?,- .. ?'.;. ? ; — Ssri&fi&Jr & £3B£Bf& ?-. — : — — . -- '.-.-.? WBi ;'?'.-?'?:??? :- Gf&ft &JftttpJfof* '&&&€¥ %&e?&t 7ms? ftkpszfif&fi&s /.'. .;??-;. g /;.;::?- Tjfjffr—-. ? .;??.., | ;?;.: ; ;: . .„? . ' the wosld famed . ? . ' ? K Patent Variable Admission Groverning. Forced LubricaUon. Snpp;oite.cl_G}'linder, p,' ? Long Life to All Working Paris. Reliability the Guiei;Ohjoct.r- ' ML -??.-??? - ? ?- - ? ? ? '. ? . ? . . '-? - ? ? ? * n S AUN DERS and STU : A-Riy '?; ' I ^.''y;. THE MACHINERY PKO.PL-'-C, ' ' ;.: - M '- :?[[:': ??' '. . ?'-?- ? Perth and Kal jooplie; ; il !'-vv';. ?-. new & secondhand;' '... y[[ ???'.?: _ 11 ^/r-r-/-;-. . ; .. '... ; . .L';.,.'-/ -V';.,;. ??' B :- ; ; ' ' OF EVERY DSSCRIFriON-. '. :' .- :-..' v M PLANTS RE01NTLY SUPPL...

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POSTAL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

; POSTAL HlNTia^ ..'^ ?? ? -v ? -1-, .. .Within tne Commonwealth' qF Ago taliar:--; . Letter Cards-rr-Single, one penny, each. Reply.— One. penny each half.- ; Pest Cards.^— Siugley . one ;penny ea',h. 5-fi.ply-r— one- penny - ench- half. . Newspapers, — As at present.' 1 .. Australian Newspapers;— One ^ half penny for every, -ten ^ounces or part of ten ounces (each mewspaper).. Printed Papers i (as^ .prescribed )\.r— One half penny per two ounces or- .part of ;two ounces. . . ...? .„;;.. ? To Oversea DomMons/iall-Br-itisi Goionies 'and ' Protectorates-'-' (excepting New Hebrides) :—.?-' -V. M Letters.— ^One 'iJeniiy.-f.per^hdlf ^onnce -All . articles, sent ? by^pos^that are valuable- or that may ..... Tequire: ; to: be traced should be registered. - : - : ;iFbr. short messages -or ^traio..;; orders! use 'pQsfc cardsj you will find thoin con- ? venient :and;i cheap; ' ? ' . '?. ? Lat9 Pee- on;'Letters.^Witliiii;'tlier Common-wealth, Id; eachj1 'be^yond'the; G.ommonwealth; ; a single...

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PACKET REGULATIONS. Commercial Papers. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

PACKET REGULATIONS. ty ' : Commercial Pa-pers. 'v iCommefcial papers include allpaperB i'nd^dQCi^nents,'no.t'. wholly printed, which have not' the character of dental correspondence, ' such as accounts, in- ^' voices'^ receipts, bankers' packets (con tahung cheques, etc.), bank pass/oooks,: cheque-' forms (bound ►in/books):, drafts, -, . ilios .- of official- papers,', insurance docut mehts, legal documents, manuscript, notices of meetings, rate notice3, scrip, plans and specifications. . , - - found out, and your friend will have to pay double fpr^his -papers. In deal- , ? ?ing 'with the post office, as in all other cJeali.ngs, you will find that honesty is the best policy. , - ..'?''? , ? V -r'arccls car.no'c' be ' registered,' .but / c^n.ifieates ' of p'ostin g ma-y be obtairjsa '??' '_' on ' deiaand' --Tc-it-'hi n ?: the Commonw 3al fch, . .,. 3d. each -parcel.' For an additiDiial d'ee ...... .- ''' Up..to--'olbs.-in -Weight-.- For -Delivery— - - , ^ .. ' ; 1. Vs f thin ... the ...

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COST OF LIVING. HOUSEHOLDERS' BUDGETS, [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

cost of Livr&ra. . HOUSEHOLDERS' BUDGETS. In oennection with the inquiry into Cost and standards of living .whien the Commonwealth Statistician (Mr. G. H. Knibbs) is '.jonductmg tnroughoat the Commonwealth this month, nearly 6,000 budget books have been applied for and distributed, and' it is hoped that a large porportion of these will be completed and returned to the statistician at the end of the nion'th. Householders who have 'kindly undertaken to. assist by 1 keeping the necessary records .'arc1 re minded' that the period covered by the inquiry begins on Sunday, the- 2nd ISTov. Material assistance will.be rendered if the instructions contained in th'e.- bud get are followed carefully. ?. ' !

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'WHAT HAPPENED TO MARY." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

CWH^HAJP^SNiEBjTO *MA#X . '' ;;:;Any,qf/ ou^.gentlo-Myeauers wiiO;'arc jiot top; staid. ;to en ;j qy a ??? dr ani a tie love ? story with A -.fl thrill ' iai; iv, xo lie mys-; cin;od%-a; mystery, tofoHow, tlie exeit:': ing^adventures -of .a; lonely givl, shpuld ' certainly get - '.'-Evei-yln-ay 's;.-J'our,rial;'; : ;for; Oetobcr-- sixpeiico ovoryvdiyrH. : Ii '?:;) it. l3egins 'What li;i{-psned U : Maryi' — a ,new serial that the editor - elainis .'is. ; the inpst-,: t-';iyu .siting, . story . for, women published ia'.. years., '_'.'? What:? Happened tp.Mary?' is, ?tiiejwork -of } sjevpral -authors, who wjiteV anonymous- i ;''yr and; has had a remarikable^rmion^thei utiier 'side; of \he spa;; .[So popular; has; MMary ?' Meomo .'.,thaV;-htv; -.av^tLWresf xxq being, told in. pictures in 'thoiisande,; of ^lieatres all over the world', '^Every^1 lady ?s ; Jon fiial ','— th.s . . biggest selling,: woman's magazine in. Australasian—has ?linked itself to the ' Hilary 'bbpm by 'souring'. ,ti...

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" IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO MEND." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

'IT IS NEVER TOO LATE '10 MEND.? -? ' - - in t 1 - The Boulder Dramatic Compaq, under the supervision of Mr. J. Fyvie Dench, staged the above drari'a :-? the Town Hall on Wednesday even ing last to a crowded house. The piece, wliich was excellently staged, was an adaptation of Chas. Readers novel, and was well received by an enthusiastic audience. Mr. Decch iu himself was ali.tbat could be :desire i in his double role, whilst Mr. H. G, Alder, as Peter Cravvley, an eccentric, left no room for improvement, th-re being no doubt as to the appreciation of an excellent comedian. During an interval in the absence of the Mayor, Mr. U. N. Clarke, in thanking iliuso present on behalisof Mr. Dench, in timated that on or about' the end of November, Mr. Dench would, in conjunction with Mr. Hugh Murray, have pleasure in bringing his corn pany to Coolgardie and stage a piecn as a benefit for the library at the Coolgardie Hospital. -As this is a most' kind offer, it is hoped 'that a crowded house w...

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VOICE—THROAT—DUNGS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

VOICE— THROAT— BUNCOS j ? No better medicine than'B6nfling- -fcon's -Irish : -Moss. Strengthens- the ??eoice^ -eases the. throat,1 builds up -the lungs. Please see that- -vou get ''BON- ; -'NINGTON^?^ .'.-.. --::; ?*-—*— ^T—^f ' 1 mil iiiimmt^wy s-' .-'?-'

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