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Amusements. KING'S PICTURES. DR. MAWSON'S ANTARTIC EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

Amusements, KING'S PICTURES. DE. MAWSON'S ANTASTIO . EXPEDITION. On Thursday evening next, at the Summer Gardens, ^Mr. Hugh Murray - will givo the public of Ooolgardie tin opportunity of- witnessing on-e of the most realistic and vivid pictures it has ; yet been our lot to see. ' There -s no jieed to try and write a dscriptivo re sume of the ricture, a.s it is necessary to see it to get an idea 01 uie trials and hardships endured on such a peri lous voyage as one of this kind rpally ?is. Apart from being a picture there 13 the educational side of it, wnieh, in itsjelf, is an opportunity ol instilling into the minds of the rising generation an idea of ^vhat these practically un known parts of our globe are. The film is produced by %he Gaumum \Jo., and is 4,000ft. in length and contains - scenes of life in these cold regions, such as were exp;eriencd ^on this. par- ticular expedition. . ' \ ' ?'

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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"PARCEL POST." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

'parcel post.1; : ; ? ; 'A-n' Englishhian ' wished *'.i.« .''..'each a ,ct-Stoiiier' liyiag 'in' a'reiiiofe part of Balh'am, on;e of 'the SuburTjg. pf ^/London,: and^it^was very 'urgenc ; 'that he 's.li.otild. ; find him (juickly; Kiiov^ifig' nothing of . he locality, he called at ^ St/'Martim lo ^rand'to ?eonSiilt~'a.\lire'cfo'r.y. Stating ^ds-'easV-to'a.' 'clerk I16 was ''''-amazed to ?iearti;tliat he' could lie' sent to.; the ad dress: -by ''parcel post'-'-'by paying a '?-fee'-' of- thre'epence 'a' mile;; ^Tlio 'geatle- i:maii;;had-ne:-ver;iieard lof sileh !.a thing, and it is said' that very fe^'in Eng .. land lcno.W:. that-. ife;can-ib6i-''dd'rie:; -.'Ac;!-; (Copting- th.e; ^offierj - the : gentleman. = was j placed;-.dn^;;charg'e:c of; 'a'; -'preSsenger ; - familiar; Ayith: alljparfes' of ''tlie-city/and ? ..was soon on his- »way .:,-.- :Tlip bby-.;ea.yyied a-pi'intcdrfiiipion which wasyavritton a cLescription; of .the; ' 'paroel'^-iri Charge, . under;- ther.lieadingj 4-Artifr...

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Croquet. OPENING OF THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

Croquet. OPENING OF THE SEASON.' ? : \ On Wednesday ,' afternoon the Coolgardie ladies held a successful opening of their - green for, '1913. His worship the Mayor,- in. declaring j the green ope'n after the Mayoress had played the first shot, congratu lated the ladies on' the excellent status of their club and wished them every success for the coming season. In addition to weisoming the large number present and in viting them, on behalf, of the 'croquet club, to aj enjoyable afternoon, the Mayor expressed pleasure at the ex cellent state of the green, more especially as their present- gardener, Mr. R. Hesse, had only held the position fora few weeks. This,. he said, spr ka well for tlieh' future of the gardens. Daring the afternoon several com petition games -were .held for some very nice trophies.

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Burtville Mining. THE NIL DESPERANDUM. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

Burivtils NiinSngk. (;; :??/ .'I TiiE;^ :NiL DESPEkAiNJD'UM. _??% V .Mvi^Chomns ?-'King,.'- who has been -;op&| te Bitijiw^ f or---,t'hev last week ' Hnpe^ ffisinl-iaf airV at- the -Nil Desperand.unu owned. :by liimse'if and' Mr. -H.; Ga3tbn7 and which has bcen^ the centre of no ititle- ihijorest; in the .local mining ; world sincea-he recent rich strike, re turned ?,:tooSouther-n-,G]-oss:-on- Tuesday, and .we took th^ opportunity of having a talk witn iiiin on tlie result of the ^crushi'ngy. lUid.tlioirVprospeets ;-ofitho; show generally. ' ?es, ' -said Tommy, things went off as. well as we expected. !We. put through 160 tons fot^S^zs.,, and we;Ilp; not know what M:xa\ --th.e;. ^ands as yet.r -It 'caused a; : bit -of :^; 'citement and., everybody was waiting. - 0 ^»e the rentilt of the crushing,, and , we nave had moie tuan. one promuiBuu - mining nian ooking at the show, as well: as. receiving offers of purchase.' ? Tonimy tliieir expalined how they had ;sank a shaft to th...

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Small Bore Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

. Small Bore Notes, The final stage for the .clubtropliy -was shot for on Sunday last on a w.inrly day, but despite the adverse j c nliiions s ma of the members put up 11 good shoot. It was pleasing to j sjb B -oby Davison -again reach the | p -ssih!e . with his handicap, whicli now gives mm the privilege 01 a shoot-off with W. Sands for the trophy., - - . ~- ' ! The Handicap Championship, wliich extends overtsix monts, is providing a keen contest between three or four of the members, and at present H. Austin is leading-,' J. Stade by three points. 'The shoot is now uearing a cioee and promises to be a- very exciting finish, . J. The following are.the scores for the trophy shoot j ust finished :— R. Davison ' ..: ' 105 '105 210 W. Sands' ..: 105 105 210 J.Stade ? 105 104 209 L. Michell ... 105-102 207 H. Austin ' ... 101 105 206. j C.Cecil ? ' ^99-101 200 ^ I Mirfs Davison ..;\ — lOi.lOl J j W. ELillier'.--... 97 — 97 -j

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

OYCLEffG. On Sunday morning last a iotir mile race was held in the main street by a few of the local lads, who are enthusi1 astie-support.ers of the whirring wlreel. The course consisted of a start in Bay ley-street and out and back twice to the local racecourse. The day was dusty and windy, and was against good time, but after a well-fough.t-out race the winner turned up in W. ^cOullpch from the scratch-mark, with J. Toazel ^econd and W, KjeitJ. £nj£#t ^ ^ ~ (

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The Two Judges. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

The Two Judges. ' 'Mr. Justice ^B/iggins seeinst to uove' been greatly misinformed.'.' 80 re marked Judg.-3 Heydon^who seems to have found a 'steady job'' in inquir ing into the: cost of .living'. The Fed eral Judge brought it oiu at f£l/5/5 per week per head. mr. jMiibbs, the . Federal Statistician, made it j£l/'/l. A 'difference of half-a-cro,wn a week in a purely .academic inquiry would sig nify a great deal. Bur, when it irf to be niade the basis for fixing the wage of some hundreds of thousands of workers, it is a very different matter. 'The cost of living, indeed. What does them 'big bugs,' who get thou- ands 'a year, know of the cost .of living'- is a comment that is^ of ton lizard in this connection. Many of the suitors would be. better pleased to see his lHonor clearing up some of the arreaTs jn his court.

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Derby and Cup [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

Derby and Gup The Victoria Racine: Club will op en their annual carnival to-day at Flemington when the piece de resist, ance will be the DerbyP For- this event our selection is as follpws~ Radnor, Beragoon, Andelosia The Cup to be decided on Tuesday will probably receive fresh light with the running of to-day's races, but to hazard the winner -,we will vote for Radnor, Sea Prince, Harpist

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The Two Premiers. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

The Two Vernier?. 1 Some warm exchanges are -passing between Mr. Holman; and the Prime ?Minister of the Commonwealth, The State Premier starts with the assump tion that the quarantining -of Sydney was as t unwarranted and ? iixejess as it was; unprecedented. Even when there \vas ?plague in the1 city the uselessness of -ei ,-h a course was so manifest that-' all 6 jggestions of the kind were turned down. It is practicable, ami may some tini.es be necessary, to' quarantine a hoime, or even. \ a block-. /But it -is ludicrously futile to attempt to quar antine an area 30 miles' m diameter. Such a course prodiures a maximum of annoyance without a scintilla 'of effect iveness. Mr. Holman attributes the adoption of this ruinous futility to the inexperience of Dr. Cumpston, Ihe director of quarantine, ,and to the ill considered ha^'te with wMoh lass re'com-, mendation was acted upon by the Fed eral Government. He pointed out that the action taken was against the 'ad- vice , of par'oAva Boar...

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Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

~*L.l*-i I'.'1 MIII1IIIMW ? ?MJJIMl.l.MM.C-^^ ? ? Police Court At the Coolgardie Police Court held on Wednesday last, before Mr. P. Troy, R.M , two persons were charged with being on the premises of the Royal Exchange Hotel, Bur banks, on Sunday, 19th . inst.. They failed to satisfy the bench they were bona fide travellers or lodgers, and were lined 10s, with 2s 6d costs, in each case. For permitting a barmaid to serve liquor on Sunday, 19th inst., the licensee of the above-named hotel was fined £2 and 8s costs. (It seems the fine should have been £5, the R.M. having been in error.) On a charge of Sunday trading he was fined £10 and 2s costs1; and for delaying ad mission to the police for 15 minutes was penalised £2 and costs 2s. Yet on another charge, that of | neglecting to keep a lamp fixed and 1 lighted iu froni of the hotel, a fine of ] 10s, with 2s costs, was inflicted. Two boys were each fined Is and 2s costs for riding bicycles across the intersection of Bayley and Hunt stre...

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Lift the Embargo. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

Lift the 'Embargo. In the meantime, all, p'arties are agreed that the tinv has arrived 'to lifij tho embargo. It Las been plainly demonstrated thai the 'rash whidi was made .th.-} pretext for the Cscare''-La scare which provca so extremely pro fitable' to ~',ouie people, and so^ iwinous to otliers — ^is a very- hari'-le^s inflic tion. .Even interested ? exaggeration cannot -deny the fact that there hove been nearly 1 thousand cases without a single fatality. Ifc -was plainly 'much ado about, nothing.' The press and the .iwcantilc community are uniting in a common demand ,ihat, without fretting over spilt, milk, w,o 'shall get' back to commonsense and sanity wiLh as little delay as possible.

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BOWLS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

\ BOWLS. . (To the Editor.) Sir,— As an enthusiast of this grand | summer pastime, I would like to ask, j through your columns, .what has become of the Coolgardie Bowling Clubf Is it dormant or what is the matter? During the past week I have had the pleasure of looking around our gardens and I notice that the bowling green is i already in order for play, but appar- I entry no move has as y-et been made 8 in the direction of starting the ganne. 1 According to the papers I see both the I Kalgoorlie and Bouldter Clubs have at 9 least made a move, and is the Cool- I gardie Club going to be left behind, j Wak© up, members, and get the moon light or electric light; games going and let us have something to help pass our summer evenings away, n is a great pity to see this green lying idle as it is. The ladies are again ahead of us and had the opening of their croquet green on Wednesday last. Although not a member I am one of the many who delight in witnessing the game.— \rours, etc., ? . . ...

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The Panama [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

The Panama Aiumtftion. 'Ihe arrival- or-the Commissioners of the Panama- Exhibition: lias, imparted a new, interest to commercial and uoli tical .affairs. The Commissioners ap pear to be. able, tactful, men,, well' qualified to press thei claims of the in stitution, and .enterprise which they represent. It aoems highly, desirable that both the Commonwealth and the -State - shall be adequately represented at an Exhibition. It must )-o admitted, h'owever, that it comc.3_at a time t'rat is anything btu propitious. Our ex penditure in other directions has been so lavish .that .we are nearly at -the bottom, of the stocking.; Claims of groat nrgancy abound on ocery hand. But it .is becoming more and inorc difficult to get ,the money to satisfy thenir and everything tiiot strictly necessary is likely 'to be jettisoned. 1 , 'federal Action. ,. Some' re.stivcness is being shown, in 'certain^ 'couiniercial .quarters, concern ing the agreement by which' Uiverin? centres are being connected Avi...

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Correspondence IS THERE A HELL? (To the Editor.) . [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

[?] IS THERE A HELL? - (To the Editor.) . I read in your issue a low; we.oks back an interesting definition of the j tjefm Hell, and. have since mine- across | a piece in the 'Southern Cross' jour nal published in Melbourne which to my mind is indicative of a similar line of thought ad expressed in the issue referred to. Therefore the 'enclosed may be of interest and certainly is a very logical and reasonable expression of thought. The following is the 'ex tract from the journal: — ^ 'Last week, we gave some opinions from a book published under th,e above title. Following is an interesting con tribution to the series from the Eev. C. Silvester. Home, M.A, M.P.: — ' ''There may be heaven, there must be hell,' wrote Eob^rt Browning. What he probably meant is that virtue is its own reward, and needs no further re ward, but that a place of retribution is demanded by the unpunished sins and levils of the present life. 'One does not see, however, why it is not equally possible to maintain...

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The Fleet Celebrations. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

- ,The. Piee.t Celebrations, v . , The- celebrations- in- connection with the, arrival of our.- new .warship, the .Australia,, have not given the unh-eisa satisfaction which Avas deemed desir able. The cvow,d3i were enonyious. Tn deed, it seemed almost a miracle that many, especially of the vcaker sex. wr.-} not crushed to death. The tri umphal arches in Martin Place aad Macquari'e-streefc eeiipsed all previous performances in the sam^'line. All the big public buildings were beauti fully illuminated, and tho Town Hall was one b/4-£e f-^' j)]eftrie light. What more eoucl be ' expected Tt is said, vaguely and unconvincingly enough, that the celebration 'lacked the na ' tioiial ' note. ' Viewed through green spectacles, everything, of 'cour.-v», ap pears*~greei;. ^rdent ^'jingooF,' whi found ,that they 'had- failed to Inoeu !at,o-tbo masses witli their own warlike entlmsiasm, were :io doubt disappoint ed. If t)fo.i is a reason for universal disappointment, wo all ought to share tho fai...

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

?;' . :XQ.GAL:'PE6DUC1S, / ^ ' a'ni; as vyi r\/-v/ ifl.--r ? j.iv - £ _«.ia.ui^^ jl_* i_^v.i? a,--. / ? ^ ??''', Mb^'ky X TO ];END, . _, / ! ~ ~ — ? ? Qiiqeii/Bakery'' . Coojgardie. . p. 'f. laScasteh, bakkr) k:c. * / ; / , ? ? ^ ^_ » EAD AT LOWEST riATE4': D.\ily Delivery 'to CifcloiucK . Nev.' i ai 1 E _-iS. Best Dran is of LJuilur on Hi i,l. * '^fef^ ^ HAN LEY and '(SnCOESSOKS TO BDTCLIER & UHR, I.U), : 7 -. ??' ? Premier Butchers. Wholesale and Retail.; Carts Call Anywhere and Eveivv . ' . -.- wjiere. ; 'Phone' 82, Coolgatdie. - -°' - - ' ^aUR-MOTTQVHigjje^aali^ Lowest Prices. , ' 1 Having Inslallccl an up-to-date Refrigerating Plant, we arc prepared to accept for ' i- Storage any Perishable Produce. Lowest. Rates on .Application.' The Sommercial Unioi] Is&uraiice Coy., Ltd UNDERTAKES r\ Fire, Employers8 indemnity, a^ci Live Stock Risks. ' — LOWEST RATES, - . . ' C, VlffOEKT.-.Sole Agcnf. ' . THE. .WBSTBAL HOTEL,/. . .v -'BAYLEY STREET, (JOOLGARDIE. ' 1 - ,, ' v ...

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

G-n r tt vV.T, FipeWodd&'PpodueeMepehant ? _____ T£l. 42 Agent for Nobel's Glasgow Explosive. Lai- Sl...*« P-Jat^s. Onions, Cl-nif. Oats ; Co li, Coil J.-.N e* castl: Smitl.y . . (-al; Lini'sc-.c. OAliniEn. ViiHI-lEb FOfv UltlE. . . . . - ? - *'* ' Old- Established .Butchers, . '- ' ' ' BAYLEY STREET., ' ' B&HT EEEF AND MUTTON IN TOWN. ' '. - ' TELEPHONE 25. ?? ? ? ' ? ? ? £*$£ * $\ t Codlgardie Meat Siiplpy. ./|/ ' 'ft? ' ,..,, . ? ., ... ....in .I, , - ''' -.--- _^L3ii-'«- ?«sai ? I TRBNAMAN'fc TBEVBTT. Onljlt»e^»in.pst* Slocked. '..'. Gn£» us * Trial. *' 'Telephone',, 8.. ? ' ? ' {. Peter Bob.ert8;..R-r'J)AIBY'PIM-DUJEt ''?=?' New Laid Egg?. ' J3est Boiler,, etc, Everytningof the Pi.imest Quality. CUSTOM E US 'WJAITED 0-T - DAILY, TIT' T' T-T/'iXXTi/rrf^XTFk d^ I'E.SrLBJSrRT & SHARP). 1 ?????^?MB^BnM^PMMII Hill -IAMIMI. -l»«U«^«KI»ff^IMW(«l««»^a-i pJ1 Fruiterer. '' ' -' ' ' ^ .. ; ,'We Only Stock 1'iimc (..nods. Ko Ihibbish.1 Country Ordert Promptly Attend...

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Afraid of the "Other Fellow." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

Afraid -of the 'Other Fellow.' There'* is -still -a1 -great -deal of' legis lative work .to ' be 'done.- Bur, many members - know that -their position in thyoir 'constituencies is being under mined 'by'- active opponents, aiid 'they are in a great hurry to .get bade' to them' to eo'iiiteraet these nefarious in fluences. Tt-, is- not intended to .dis solve Parliament-, but -simply to, pro- v rogue. Whilst tils; prorogation con-' tinues, 'members'-1 'honorarium^' will still 'be forthcomin'g, so that 'tho more canvassing they can get in under such circumstauces the better it will be%for their bank {vcebiints. It is very im- v portant to many nipu on both sides 'of the Hoa^e' to keep' the pay going. '-As for the work — will, the mos-t (pressing job that they have in hand at present is! to get re-elected. t '? -

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Cur Sydney Letter. Sydney, October 14th. 1913. Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

Our Sydney Letter. 1 t Syduey, October l^tb, 1913. ParjUamPnt. 'Parliaineut is in a curious predica ment. ' TL.J Council 'relused to ''sit out7' xhe cong debate, wb-ieh 'was _no ceeding on Thursday night and 'Friday moxning. iu the Assembly, ix'nd. 'st ad -joxirned -accordingly. The Assembly, ,,111 th^ meantime, finished its Own pro per business, and, if the* Council liaJ not been adjourned, ic would , have re ceived the jftJssages frdhi that body, jvould have taken proinjpt action on them, and Parliament would haye be,en ?prorogued. But, as Ic is, -tiw Assembly ..must innet fo-nigjit,- nrith6ut any 'busi^ ness of its own, \o get iiuo touch with* the Council. The - latter body, - of : course, has now a freehand, 'anU £omp of the moi'o rabid udvoeatos -of jits ' abolitioa alTcct to fear that it' Vail abuse its opportunity. It is-' nbi',ncarly li-kely to do -anything of that' 'kind, howj-jverK as is the ''re_)rcsentativc'; Chamber. One ? often'wonders,- by the way, when ono- of; its p...

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MENZIES DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913

;l\rniNZIES 1 DISTRIOTr' -^ . ?' The- output from ..the -Menzies ^ cjis- I trict;for the;mon-h!;unaeri^*te#v^v'as: I ^S37..57::tpnst6f ore ;f or i4,SS3 fine, ozs.- 1 InaadditionjK39ip9: fine ozs.;. of.; dollied j gold/, were--, reportedi/: Compared^ : with I the .'previo;as.:.-'vmpnt'h 'si-, returns Those' '| fi.o-iirfis shown an. inei'oaserOf 600 tons I and 575.8.3, -fine, ozs.- 400qzs. of silver, was reported ..for the'quarter. .. .: : ?';:-. The impst .notable er.ushuig^i'eport.id .arenas:;, follows:— -The ,' .Gladstone- at Comet- Vale, .724'-tons- tor-. D04: fine. o^Sv-; ithe : Sand Qu,3en,;, 1,36.6 -40ns: for,; f,39S j'me ozs.:; The Surprise.. at:;Menzies; 1134:. tons for;;: 62;31 fine,. oz%. arid .the Hne:spect.'3d; fcio.utn- af-rMt. Ida,-..124 tons ?? ,fbr;;'iO5.67r;fine;LQZs.:: ?:?. ?;,.; -:-; : .L ?.'.', :.?-?'.-,.,

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