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THE GLENLOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

THE GLENLOTH. Work with the 'machines is going ahead in good style at the above minej, ? ? / and the shareholders are already satis fied that the machinery is going to pay - its way and a good crushing, is now being taken out, which will be put thro.ugh the mill ere ;Xmas sees the ye&r out.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LINDSAY LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

LINDSAY/ LEASES. Messrs. Twigg and party have just Iis4- a very successful clean-up at the . Siote battery. The parcel put through ?averaged loz. 17dwts over the -plates,. wnich is indeed . a most satisfactory ? crushing, and very ^encouraging iior fur tilCf WOXXL.. Xi-JLUULUU. MX1U. aMUUU JLJXJJ.U. say's some. very rich or© has at times been found, and judging from this erusliing there is still any amount of 1 the same stone available. It again § bears out the fact that jn days gun^e 1 ? t^ a number ol: our best gold-producing 1 mines were not 'Worktjd to thtrir I profitable and best advantage, it is a pity that bdttet management was not seen to, and perhaps Coolgardie would j^dlo-day have been as prosperous as in the 'good old days;; of the nineties. Howev&r, we do not despair and judg ing oy retarns tnat iiuvei oeen. outaineu x around the district o± late there is still a probability that the old town will again see some of the better days when Bayiey and Oo. set foot in ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A SPLENDID RESULT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

A SPLENDID 'RESULT. . A parcel of 50 tons taken from P.A. 961, held by Messrs C. Sparks and parDy, has just been put through the fcitate battery fur a return ol ''' 1046z odwt, or an average of a little over 2oz. Tiiis, coupled with the result of Twigg and party, 13 most . .encouraging and again shows that we hkve rich ore abouc the piace. Messrs Spai-ks aad party are highly elated at their spleutliu succcad - and have made application iOi a G.M. lease. The party have only oeen operating for a few weeks ana have sunk two shafts of SO and 40 ieet respectively. Development work will now be pro ceeded with aud another crashing will be got out as soon as possible, and judging from present indications the lease is likely to turn out a splendid proposition. One or two more shows of' this description will give the town all the advertising that is neeessaiy.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
AROUND LINDSAY'S. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

AROUND LINDSAY'S. Owing to the splendid results ob . 'taining round about Lindsay's several claims have been pegged during the last lew days, thusbeing the means of making a litcle livened interest in the town.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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THE FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

THE FLINDERS. Mess'rB. Sweeney and. party are still working the above mine and have raised a considerable quantity of rich ore, which is to be milled about the end of the year. This mine has heretofore given very good values, and the ore now being raised is equal in value, with a prospect of being even a little better.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE MT. MORGANS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

r THE MT,, MORGANS. ,-s. ... This mine, situated three miles .- from WidgieuiooitUti and owned by Messrs. Pustchuken and Carroll, is at present tjrne showing very favor able prospects. The owners are sanguine about getting success, and now have a ,°;ood quantity of payable orerraised, as well as an ainonnfc in Bight, which will all be put through the mill before the end of the year.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PATSY'S QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

^ PATSY '£'QtJESTIOIT. The. teacher was hcuring tiie yourhful .class in . inaliicnuiticH. ? 'Now, ,she said, 'iii or.-lor lo sub-, tract, things have io be in the same Oenominat ion. For' instance we could not takc-llnwc pears from four peaches, nor eight horses fro 'si two bats. Do you understand ' ... There was assent from tlie majority of piipild. One little, boy in the rear raised- a- .tiiiiid, hand. ' - .' : ? ' ' Well, Patsy' O 'Oonnorj-Tsliab is it? ' asked the 'ieaohe'r. '.'PJcaso;. .'teacher,' said . Pa toy, ^ 'co.uldn't, you, take three quanta of 'inHk from two eows?;a

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
HIDDEN SECRET NORTH SYNDICATE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

r - 'HIDDEN SECRET FORTH ? SYATD.rCA.TE. The above syndicate .have bad a farther very satisfactory cleau-up ' for the lnoutli of October. ,412 tous crushed yielded 3-i8oz, and 150 tons j of sands and slirm's were treated for \ a yield of 105oz 13ciwc.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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" Government for the people by the People." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

6 '° Government . fop the People hy tho People.' ' Ji'our niemoi'y is fss good as we fancy it lo be the p'acaid Laborites are ? so fond of hauling up bofore the' optics of those who blindly .ur.' t.-ic worker's ticket at election lime id ''Government for the pe.opl;; by the people.' And again if sve remember rightly a familiar cry amongst the horde of short-sighted though staunch Labor supporters is ' ' we own the railways,' 'The State is. us and we are the State.1' 'Yes1, you poor deluded fools who work. the siiin. jroin' your palms so 'that your big-mouth pd' felloAv may grow fat ' and Jine his pocket in a brick mansion al Harvest Terrace; you ar;j, -. the people, right enough at ^lectio a time. You ivo x^c ,peopl-i' who own the railways, the steamers and tlie butch Pi's' sho]).s; you are th& State , and; the State isi you. This i)oor and vicious deception g,oea' well when.' th'3 decehTers are in the midst of a. political turmoil, and vyhjio they are still l uncertain of g...

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Mining [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

TsVTirjiTK* 'A splendid erusliing is also reported at Laverton from a show 'worked by. Brooke and Piper called the JBega. Froia a small parcel of ,14% tons 0/ ore raised inside two wefeks tuese 1x161: obtained a return of 130 ozs. or an average of about 9 ozs. p^r ton. This ''~-ns»* splendid result and the party have more of thy same, oije in sight.

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HE WENT ONE BETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

KB WENT- ONE BBTTE3. An American at-d ' Scctehman were .walking* one day noar the foot of one of the Scotch mountains. The Scotch man wishing to impress life visitor, produced a' famous echo to be heard ,iii that pla&e. When 'the echo rc-tuined proud Scotchman, turning- to the Yankee, exclaimed : — ? _ 'There, mon, ye canna show ;ny tliing like that in your country.'' 'Oh, I don't know,' said the Ame rican, 'I guess we cyn belter that'. Why in -jny camp, iu the Kocjaeo, ^rhen T'go to~U.ed'I ju3t Jean out W i-iy vrin Aorr and e'all out, 'Timot oget up,- wake up,'- and eight hours afterward th-3. §eho coipes back and wakoa me.''

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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OPENING OF GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

OPENING OF GREEN. On -Wednesday afternoon last the opening 'of the Bowling Greeja for the season 1913-14 eventuated. The Mayor, who was again in the honorary posi- '^ cion of chairman, in addressing the crowd . of bowlers and supporters pre sent wished the club every success for th^e coming season. He then called upon the Mayoress (Mrs. D. Macpher son) to roll up the first 'kitty' and bowl, an event which was received with great applause. Unfortunately the band could not muscer ejnough of its members1 to make P up the necessary packs and for the first time for a number of years this pleas ant feature of the afternoon 's proceed ings had to be passed by. Howevejr, the day being a nice one as far as the weather was concerned, an enjoy able time was experienced, and one and all were well rewarded for! having * put aside the day for 'this event. During the afternoon competitions f.or ladies wefre indulged jn for trophic -j presented by. the club's members.' and once again the ladies sho...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

i KiliH Thursdays-- 0 b ? ? ^ ?? '? . ' 7F IV'- 4-mwiAn ®n^ Complete Change oE Programme Each Night. ? ' Murray & bridge, CYCLE and MOTOR AGENTS Bayley Street. Repairs of all kinds Promptly Executed. /??'?..' Rheumatism -aiid Indigestion TheRotorua H ff*f\|§| £ Q 93 theRotorua ' ; ; . Salts ? Ei\l U BaLTu^y) Salts /???'?'??'. Registered Patent 3306 ? ,' ' , Is a saline combination containing the active laxative and curative properties of -the -world-famous Rotorua Springs, which area 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 oi the 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 Council Chamber, ...

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Bowls. COOLGARDIE CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

Bowls. '- COOLGARDIE CLUB ANNUAL . MEETING. The^annual meeting of the Oool garaie ±$ovvnng (jluo was held, in che oouncii C-iiaiiibers on Monda^&veuaig, wnen tne business of presenting ine Bjecretaly's annual report and. baiance sneet ^ ay proceeded with. A splendid muster o± memibers put in ,an appearance, and present, ouuook , _ . and. .tne nbaitny state of the --'balance-. siieet £ very tiling looks., we,ii for the ~' prosperity , of the coming season. '~J ?- Unxori/unateiy, as the secretary nti- / muteci, tiie ciup nas lost, a lot of its liitujujjors of previous years, and ai- ?' - tiiougn the club has lost in these., one or two of its best players, still tnere are prospects; of oilier members .diiing' the br.eaeii, and in all probability . the club will be as strong born numerciaiiy ,1 and in strength. . ? ? Such members have bdjen lost as R. \V. Walker (who passed beyond the Great Divide), and -L. Mortimer has be/en. trahsfeaTed to Kaigooriie. His Worsii.p the Mayor (....

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The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, NOV. 8, 1913 THE BETTING HABIT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

Published Weekly SAiUKDAY, NOV. 8, 1913 THE BETTING HABIT. ? The, settling up after the Melbourne Cup TV-ill 'produce some depression of mind and oi business. The amount of money- wnieii changes hands over th.s event each year is 'enormous. It pro duces great excitement and the anguish whieu xoliows is very real. The extent oi the transactions which are made even in this State, where betting is il legaj, snows what a ian-e H, is to have laws dealing with the suuject at all. It is quqsciouable if the lay prevents, a single individual '.from '??'stafciug' his money on the Meibo arm Cup or any : other, event. Then there are the.' c pn ? sultations which it was sought to^.pro-. -hi hit hv the Federal Bai-iiament. In .spite .ox the legislation th© money ilows in just the saittlj and the sweeps are conducted in the. usual 'way.. Jiiva dently neither.the' public or th'ei ofiicials have much sympathy withsihe; laws r.hat aim at the suppression of betting, and little or no eiiiort is made c'...

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George Reid Comes Back. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

George Reid domes Back,, ('From the 'Bulletin.'') , George Jleid has coins bi.ck to Aus tralia amid great aj)])lause from iho Tory morning papers, lie Ira^ oven been haiJed in large black typ,e-as 'A Great ^.ustialian,'.' and vast reports, as lo'i'how fie has dined and lunched' and correspond od and slept u', oeliali: ^of Ihis country have filled the daily or gans. jSTever once, when there war-; a' ehaucj-5 to consume a smu-k in the,, in- terests of the Coinmonwcaiui, do^s it seem that' George T?eicl , ^Mont away , empty-. ? SVhon a ' ytoi'm ~vi ?o?jS was blowing tie' was^ri de-'i!c, 'and ' reudv to lowjor the- boat 'Into a howling ssa of ?refreshment and face the worstv When the plum pudding was snui, fuvioasly ot the wicket he was batting, and put ting up a grout score. IfoTaiuis, hold ing the bridge' against uie_ enemy's commis3aria't department, was vo greater than he. Yot? apart from all thai conversation and victual, what does Australia remeinbor of George B/?id? ' Looking bac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

Ctti j iii t T. Fipswood & Produce Merchant ' . '? '? J ? -' ' ? -TEL. 42 .Vent frr Nobel's Glasgow E.vplotive. ' Lars *.'** ' '??-'^. Onions. Cl aff. O..U I ™-;^: *e*C^' ' ^^ ,c«al; l,i[«',oc. CAKIUE!!. ViiIir,Lkb jj OR IiIuB. '' r^BLAOKnBROS.,_ ... 01(1. Established Butchers, :: I3AYLEY STREET. ' ~ ? f/-'-.i' - ' - EEST S-EEP.-AND MUTTON IN TOWN/ ''. /JEfjEPIIONy 25. ? ? — ;?--; ; ? - ~ ? „ |4 ||p|fc J Coolgard'e Meat -S.yplpy. Jl/ 'M1 ? __:.: ' ' _ ?M&f vsl4^ * , - - — - — — — ? — *~*~ - ~ \ - . » '- ?' ' ^ TUENAM^X & TREVETT. - ' ' Only the Prinsrst Staked. '\ ' Give U3 *?,'*!.? ' /..Telephone. .8.. N ,- , ? . .Pete'r Roberts; *i W .^duoe.; -; ? .' ':ri -'. New Laid Kgg*. Best Butter, ele, -Every tiling of the P.nmest.Quality. . GU-STQ1IERS -\VaTtE DON .DAILY, '^ - TT7' X . 'nTOITl/rA\T'ni . ,C^i'fi SILBERT'& SHARP).-' ? ? ? - - 'Tjfuitever.' ? We Only Stock Piiine Goods. vo Uubbish. Co.mtry Ofderl Promptly Atten.ic.l to. Special Keduclkm for Quan...

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The Martyrdom of Sunday Journalism. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

The- Maptys?dom of S.un ? i'-;;; -day ^Joti-Piialismi. . - ? ' This is tndoe-1 a weary world for th; pressman, particularly ih;i{ pirl of hu'-.' who 'has the '.u is fortune to ue attacheV to a Sunday paj.cr.' la retnrji for a weekly pittance the fighting ^diloi (they are all ^ghiing editors in Aus tralian Sunday's Sins) demands com ment both 'refluent au.l' free.- Tho s\ ternative to comment is the brutal ed* torial boot, .'ind it is not surprising thai t-he' meek and lowly contributor is;so often found to' prefer the former. ?An,-! .comment entailing .an expression , of opinion as it may do, and -moreover, an^ opinion' that ? at times oversteps the bounds of conventional' humbug, is tho one thing tlvit'iiaie-0 respectable ',,-copIf p-nnvd ao'iiinsri1 with- ,.if rn^ii1 ini.o'nf;. So th'e Sunday- pressmen seeing 1he utter futility of 'trying to be oithcr nai'ce. or respectable, may usually be founci carrying a depressel , iook, a v\'ee1- stubble, and as much wallop , as his; capacity...

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The Bagpipes. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

The Bagpipes. ! 'he Grondcur'' in the 'GirakU&u j Exiwess''' discourses thnri:-r- ? J A lately, published 'iu--m ui upws is j ,to the effect that both in Anierica and Bri taifl fN here iS'n cra^.p to learn — th* bagpipes. Tiws^ suadenjy evoxod aiixie^'-y-to manipulati: this martial though ratl\or uncommon instrument is p-iid io be ,-lue t» tlie fact that, the Prince of Wales (now a hobble-de-hoy of 19) has recently acquiiwd the 'ire of oluyjiri.ng soal-itarrin'g strsuu aL'rom the [lieluii- eoutripiion. [t- mustn't be supposed that' to'' at- tain ..moderate proficiency on the bag-, pincss demands either a long, coui^e of study, qz a special musical cerobruin. For the pij)e-jiia jor 'of the London Irish 1vifl.es (himsolf a' ma'ker and tea«h'ev oC the pipes) says that it. takes an aver age of only six months to' reach a pur s prising degree of skill,, and that 'it's cot at all necessary to know yarning at till of music, to learn the bagpipes.' Just so. It'woulxl seem to be tru;...

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A MODEL MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

' A' MODEL MUNICIPALITY. . Mr. James Shaw, in tho course of a lecturoi in London, in connection -with the exhibition of the London Salon of Photography, said that- the - town of Bo'-clienburg, in- Bavaria, in which he nadl spent some time, was -a- muai-i iu the way of municipalities. Should the business be on the point of leaving the 'town,- the town. 'itself -would guarantee t,h& necessary money in prrler that l-he ?disaster xo local - industry- might be averted. ? Recently tl-o town had iii this ,'mann,2r- financed a babj-tav manu factory. -'All the- people were honscri well and eomforlfibly. .nearly every mau- 'owning1 his oavii ilwol ling, ..and e many instances the town had lent hint money- with which ' to Jury i.i. Thorp ? was neither a workhouse nor a -vestige of. a. slum in J^othoubuvg. The. people had-. a, sufficieiucy of good food, 'j^rown or fed on th^ir own allQtmeiits~'.jusf- out eido thei walls. Finally, Tue laborer, the. artjsfm, the profess osial mt,n, snf! t...

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