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A RESURRECTION (?). [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

A KE3URKECTION (?)v ?'?'?? '? ?.'?'?? ? '? ? . :*?'? 'Yesterday an old man walked into the offices of this ''rag' and asked, 'Where's Mae?' The offi.ee. uoy to whom the query was addressed timidly replied that he did not know, although he had heard he was down near Bussei ton digging ior worms ior oait, ivnere with he expected to catch a few fish. 'Damn him'; expostulated the visi tors, 'I;ve been a eonrp. in a printing office, but got starved out by the intro duction of linotypes, and went raining (with a sigh — God help me). During the lasii six months I've only seen two 'Kalgoorlie Miners.' One of those was giving Nat Harper h ? 1 for decrying thjd goldfields, and the next one I saw last night, contained about 11 in-hes of mining news ad close upon 200 inches of sporting. Where's Mae?' 'Wuii; awhile/' the office boy replied, ??I'll ask the boss.' 'Ask the boss, be damned; while you're asking the boss and Mac is digging for -worms, JSTat Harper is plugging) away amongst the cookie...

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

'? POSTAL' HINTSd Within tlxe Commonwealti: oi Abs laliar: — Letter Cards — Siagle, one penny each. aeply. — One penny each half. '.'' cst Cards. — Single, one penny ea'ili. Ueply — one _ penny p-Toh. half. \ iNewspapeis.— as at present. Australian Newspapeis. — One hah penny foi every ten ounces or part, oi ten ounces (each' newspaper). Printed Papers (as prescribed). — On*, balf* penny, per two,ouuces 01 part of two ounces. To Oversea Dominions, all Bllitis^ Colonies and Protectorates (excepting New Hebrides) : — Letters. — One penny per half ouuet All articles sent by post that ai\ valuable or lhat may require' to to- traced should be' .registered. ' ' , For shoTt messages 'or 'trade' order* ise f.ost cards j you will fi«d 'Ihoui coo ? enit-&v sucl diseap ? Lato Fee 'oa ' Letters. — iWithin ,tKe vJommoii'wealtli. id. 'cych; * beyonih tht -'oinmonvi'snliLi;- a si»g!e -rate -of post1 ?i 3d. a leceipt r-ai^ fce obtained froru sjhe ' addressee ' residing auyuhcre ii Australia...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

Items of Interest. Holiday Seekers.— By JFriday's ex press the friends of Mr. R. Wearmouth senr. (manager of the Main Lode G.M.) and h.s good wife and some of the family, bid farewell to them on their trip to the Eastern States for a threie or four months' sojourn chere. Mr. Wearmouth, who has been associated with the mine at Burbanks, has earned the esteem of one and all, and wa join in wishing him and his family bon voyage on their trip.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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PACKET REGULATIONS. Commercial Papers. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

PA CKET, REGTUL A I'lONS. Commercial Papers. Commercial .papers include. all pf.pers and documents,' not wholly printed, which have, not tlic character of der.tal correspondence, such as accounts, in voices, receipts, bankers' packets (cra taming .cheques, etc.), 'bauk pass pyjhs cheque forms (bound in books), clrifis files of official papers, 'insurance ilx'u ments, 'legal _doeur;:ents, manuscript, notices of meetings, rate notices, SCrip^ j-lans. and specifications, found out, and your friend 'will nave to pay double for his papers. In deal ing with the post ofiice, as in all other dealings, $bu will find that honesty is the 'best policy. _ Parcels ' cannot be registered, but certificates of posting may be obtaineck^ on demand within1 the Commonw^Tlth, 3d. each parcel. For an additionnl fee Up to 51bs. in Weight. For Delivery — 1. Within the Commonwealth end New Zea'lcnd, for every 2ozs. or fjac Money orders are issued and ? 3go tiable in almost every country -n ihs ' world, and t...

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

YOUTH AND OLD AGE. With the winter 'montlis'eoine couglis ind -olds, brcuehitis, i&Sasass, and Ast&na. ? Grown-ups and ' eSIi&fsa. are alike r^ee'eed, but oithervmay get equal [?] 33 Highest Awards. Send for List. sott/aopK-noi-5 . \f Wf -| ,.-??£- PR£55{/R£ i MANUFACTUR'/iS ~ V ^ -,-- ' SMALLS PARKES IP, ' ? . ? HENDMAM VALE WORKS MAiNCHESTEBi ,' *sI£araiaFJ Spseialties: No* I1- ' KARMAL' for pressures up to lOOIbs. „ 3 'KAR1LAL' Semi-metallio, for pressures over 1201bs. „ 5 „ KARMAL' for- steam ha ai mers, any pressnrp. „ 8 „ KARMAL' lor boiling water. - - ., 10 «? KARMAL'. Special Marine !fy 2 'KARMAL' H.P. for pre suits up 120ib. „ 4 ' KARMAL' Hydraulic, for piinij-.R. ., 7MKARMAL'v for cold' or hot ammonia pump or other alkalies. '?'„ 9 ''KARMAL' -for -chlorine or acids, generally. ,,11 Greasy Hemp Packing, SAUNDERS -and STUART, ' : THE MACHINERY PEOPLE, ? -. Pepth and Kalgooplie. ' ' « ^ ^ NEW & SECONDHAND ~ ^ . MINING MACHINERY. , OF. EVERY DES...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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SIXTY YEARS AGO AT SEA. CHARLES DICKENS' IMPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

SIXTY- YEARS AGO AT SEA. CHARLES DICKE NrS ' ? JMPKE3 ? SIONS. A valuable a'nd entertaiuing addition to the ranks o± sea booksi is Mf.' ji. A. ?Fletcher's latest volvme,- 'Travelling Palaces; Luxury in J'assc'jigef Steam ships,' just published, by Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons. The autnor Traced the dcvelopme(nt of .the p-aS-senger ac commodation of the steamship from' the early daj's of steam navigation to the , present- time, and as an- instance ol tit J' manner in which the dca traveller oi some sixty y^ars ago fared he quotes , Charles Dickens 'a impress ons oi' his vnvfiffft 1,n iSTew York iu 1S42 on the Cunarder Britannia. From these it is evident that the great novelist was not enamoi'3d of -England's premier steam ship lin-j. * . * Dickens much preferred the*, com torts attainable on shore, and th© ship ( and 'her accommodation - did '? not impress him favorably. 'Describing the ?state- room which- he' and his. wiFe- used on that trip, he -says that- the room was so small thai i...

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An Ideal Place for Your Afternoon Teas and Ices. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

A.n Ideal Pkc© for Your Afternoon Teas and Ices. There is no need to hesitate when looking for the right place to go for your afternoon tea or ices ; but go straight to the Transcontinental Tea Rooms, next the Town Ha;l, where - you cam get iced drinks of every description and dainty afternoon teas. ASiss Daisy Cocks is in charge and will attend to your every want. Specialities in fresh scones and cakes daily. Also kept the best English and C ntinentai confectionery.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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"LAST CROMWELL." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

'LAST XJEOMWELL.' ? ? : ? ? — : ? ? George ITallett irou'sides/who ciainisi ( ,to, be 'the vlast of th? Cromwells, is fighting for an old age. jtbnsion in Lei cester. Ironsides, who is 'seventy-two, foughti in h\-\ Soudan campaign arid served w.tii the Canadians in the Boer war. He bears tho s_-ars from several, wounds. The old soldier attributes, his penury to the revolutionary spirit in bred in the Cromwcjlls. Jt had been ihs bane of his life. ' ''If Oliver ' lived ' to-cl ay,' lu sai.'l,__ 'he would bundle wliole Vjoverumenls out of office. He wouldn't bo a Sooial ? ist, nor a Liberal, nor a Conservative; he would b-3 a revolut onist, and fight for humanity. If T hadn't been a revo lutionist I should not be iu need of 'a pension.1' Ironsides has be- vn refused a pension by his local Vonimitfce, and ho has ap: pealed to the Local Gov:3ri:ment Board.

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Goolgardie Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

Goolgardie Football Association* The final meeting of the Coolgardie Football Association for 1913 was held at the Westral Hotel last even ing, when important business of dis pensing the surplus iunds was dealt with. It was deoided to distribute as follows : — The amount ot £11/5/7 to be equal ly divided between the Ooolgardie Sanatorium and th© Faesh Air League A pleasing feature of the evening was the presentation by the Associa tion of an enlarged framed photo of the delegates to the president (Mr Gr. Sheedy) and the hon. secretary (Mr. W. L. Michell) for their services rendered during the past year. The work of the pictures was carried out in an excellent manner by the skilled hands of Mr. F. Martyn.

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A Much-Travelled Cat [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

t -A Rlucli-Travelied Cat A Ili .-on corn-si ondent of- ' Counb'T Ijifj' wii'i«s : — Unr ehanffeui's 'dangh- -'r rtvetstiy eaitje \-y mil from her honie n(Ca r'Af'u) vi.-ifc her faihprJiere.' She brouff'nt ftitli Her, in a basket, nn ordi uirv .lilis- k T«»m c«-, .which she-lias had rmir a rar.°, iiitrnning to U-ave him -with ?ti-r fal-lior. Aiu-\: the first, day in- his k-vv home, while hi- mi.sLr?-ss was still h-r«yTeni .disappeared,, and conltl, not he found - ioqui ios elicited the ? fact ; hft-a -hW.t caL.liR-i .been. seen or^- the uflwuy wKK-h passes near, the house.. i'ni -days dialer- a letter ? arrived from jar\'.;[T srtvio'g thal'-Tonj- had come nine -Hr was itmn'-ex-haiislc'd state,. .vi'.h «1! hiAOaws worn rS and the'flesh of his loVs al radfd - Tt e' distance be- . -w!P»i RifoR'and^GardiEf 'is -fiiHy- 250 'siiit-s. ' T!ie cat' mu-t ' tlifrof'oi-e 'liare j ravelled ueaily 'tli'hty -in»les a day. -Physically, that'isaL'1aiily~ good' Feat. iiut if li'e' returned1 hy ihew-a...

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Small Bore Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

Small Bore Notes. On- Sunday last 'th© conditions were not the best,, as a strong wind was blowing, but therei was some good shooting recorded. J. btacle put up a record for the club with 102 off the rifle. The shoot . for the last club trophy was won by R. Davidson by on© point. The following are the re sults: ? ' * 50 75 100 Tl. Hp:Ag. J. Stade. , . '?'& 34 34 102 . 6 105 R. Davison.. 30 30 27 87 20105 A. Lapham . . 29 35' 31 95 , 11 105 Miss Davison 28 31 29 . 88 ' 16 104 W. Sands .. 29 33 30 92 J) 101 H. Austin .'.33 31 30 94 6 100 R. Gilham .. 24 26 29 79 20 99 W. HillW .. 26 29 31 86 8 94 ' The following are the handicaps for Sunday next: — Miss Pincott 22; Gr. Howes, 22; R. Grilham, 21; Miss Cocks, 19; R. Davison, 18; J. Cecil, 18; Miss Davison, 16; C. Cee.l, 14; W. Sands, 9; A. Lapham, 0; W. Hillier, 9; L. Michell, 8; H Austin, 6; J., Stade/ 5. '

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The Great Sup-press. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

The Gs?e'at Sup-pp©ss. It stri'.vLs' vti 'that tho 'Southern Qros-i -Times' is about the only pub lication v.-hich is able to see through the political hoax- tluvt is,ucing played on struggling 'goldfielders, and the only one that is not afraid to speak its opinions on the foolishly dwindled casu from the State Treasury. If any of, the others have detected thc-game they do not1 seem inclined -to1 let the people know, and shut up on it in a manner that is most exasperating to those' who know what a vast- amount 'of -good could be done with the cash that is new. wa'sted on unproductive and so-called industries. ' 'The influential daily press of this State waste columns of space in reporting speeches of Parliamentar ians at banquets and receptions: and their leading articles -carefully avoid a reference to what mis-use the people's m™m- iss tipino- t-iitI In. Gcusrallv the yards and yards that is always open for the, froth laid flattery of a rarliamen lary candidate is- empty- ana. dev...

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Correspondence SATURDAY HALF-HOLIDAY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

Correspondence SATURDAY HALF- HOLIDAY. To the Editor. Sir, — Hi r ainlyon Wednesday after noon was a must pleasing ceremony celebrated by the opening of the Cool gardie Boiling Club's green, and what added to its charms was the number who were present comprising those who tak^ Wednesday half holiday, as 'w-ll as those who take Saturday. This yuggests a very im: j portant idea, namely, why cannot the | shopkeepers unite in having Saturday | as half-holiday instead of Wednesday? By so doing we would improve all our sports, particularly bowla, tennis, and cricket, thus enabling us to have a large number of pi yeis to. draw from, which mean? better representa tive teams to r»it auainst Kalsoorlie and Boulder, and even Perth. Hoping that those interested in true' sport will m+ke an endeavor to have the half -holiday, which is much ap preciated in Perth and Eastern States where it has been tried. — Yours, &c, TRUE SPORT.

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Council. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

Council . Tr.e UBiial fortnightly meeting of the council was keld in the council Chambers on Thnrsday last. His Worship the Mayor was in the chair; . The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. Accounts amounting to £134 15s Id 'were passed for payment. The notice oi motion put forward by Or Linkaon, that auditors' fees be reduced 20 per cent., was the import ant factor of the evening, and upon tha motion beiner called, a disenssion ended in a unanimous vote for the reduction. It, however, transpires that it will bes only possible to at present reduce the fee of one auditor, as the Act distinctly states the auditor shall be fleeted for two years. -We do not at present wish to make any comment upon the matter in any way at present, but will probably have more upon the question in a future issue. '

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

THE MOSQUITO PKOBLEM. Summer, with its attendant pest, the ?mosquito, is again' with us. Our city fathers i /took some time to see the wis dom of the liealth Officer 's suggestion that a bye-lawbe framed to deal Avith th.s p.est, but did eventually take such jsteps, and issued a proclamation call ing lipon .all householders to either pour kerosene on their storage tanks, or place wire gauze, to prevent the little gentleman with a big bite from getting in- or out. They -even went so far as to eoa'sider. the advisability of a^jpointing an inspector to see that this bye-law was carried out in its -entirety; but we regret that the inspector was not appointed, or if -he was he has failed to carry, out Ms duties.' Know iag, as we all do, the value of Dr. Ellis' ...observations on this matter, we cannot but take- up the subject, and take itvup seriously and it is our in^ tontioh to first/call upon.~all to . treat their storage water, and other , places where the mosquito is ? likely to fin...

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A Unique Display. MILLINERY EXTRAORDINARY [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

A Unique Display ? MILLINERY EXTRAORDINARY For the very latest in headgear local ladies should visit Messrs Brennan Bros., Coolgardie, where they are iuvited to inspect in the show window tne latest models in fashionable mil linery. As will there be seen the hats in question were trimmed by gentlemen of Kalgoorlie at Messrs. Brennan Bros.1 annual picnic. Do not miss seeing them as they are perfection in millinery, and you will see the excellent tastes shown by these e -perts.

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Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

Cycling, The Coolgardie boys who have formed a cycle club are in deadly earnest, that is if one can judge by the number of events they are putting on, as by running two events a weak tney are certainly Dooming the sport. However, it is a good healthful sport, and one that will help keep the lads with something cenciing to make manhood. On Saturday last a four-mile race was held, with the following result.: — L. Kingsbury, 1 ; W. McCulloch, 2 ; W. Barker, 3, Result of Wednesday's event : — L. Kingsbury, 1 ; 32. Donoghue, 2 ; W. McCulloch, 8. :. ., Another event will be held this afternoon at 8 o'clock, starting near the council chambers.

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Will They Squeal? [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

Will They Squeal? The tramway revenue has 'to be in- I creased. Advances in wagws, and oihei J increases ' in working' expenses, hav/i more than1 swalloweid up the. margin of profit. As a beginning, the fares to the racecourses are tuoing raided. A return Jicket to Eandwiek, which now costs 1/8; is to cost 2/-. To and 'from Ascot, Kensington, 'iiosebery Park and Vico toria Park, the fares, which now are only a few pence, are to bej rais3d to 'a shilling. It seoms to be assum.-xi that those who have ff money lo burn'' -?i attending races or boxing exhibi tions (the Stadium is reev|ivng similar attention) are -wealthy enough to help the tramways out of th? slough- iiito ? which they have- fallen How the ''sports' will reciprocate remains to be seam Vigorous protest is expected.

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Local Talent. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

Local Talent. '? The announcement tha't Mr. .'Jon son's term of office will not. be renewed has ' directed conjecture into a new. line. Will Ihc Government d.jem ifs-i-lf bound to go to Britain or1 America for. o onnr.i-l.l;nv'' If it. dr-r-s if: is main tained more fiisappoinhnent may be ex pected. -Not -that- British railway man agers arc defici.onil in ability, or. in ex perience. But their experience is not of the right kind. The biggest railway system js very 'small potatoob' in comparison Avit-h that of New South Wales. The conditions, -moreover, arc very different, and the dillereiu'c is b-^ing -accentuated year by year, as new 'prospecting'/ lines are being mulli- , plied. - .Th -3 'single line '-'trouble, foT 'instance, is one of whichv the- British railway manager is happily ignorant. By th© vtiine he has achieved a little knowledge o£ Australian conditions,. Jiis term expires, an,d if Le has been t'oo indi-ipendent to placate tlio Ministry jof 'fe da-y, ha will have t-9 g...

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Election Amenities. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

election Amenities. The tussle over the elections *s par ticularly lse;en. 'Stupids' is what ?Mr. Holman calls the Opposition. 'Conservatism is always stupid,' he decares in justification. Conveniently, he forgets that, although conservative electors regard the Liberals as being less dangerous than the Labor men, .t is altogether misleading 'to call the party conservative Tn^fact, a' conser vative policy .would lie -impracticable in any State in t»e Commonwealth. Very radical innovations wore ^ cn tur.^d upon when the party was last in office. Indeed, the chief diiVereneo ' between th0 L berals and the Labor men is that thi-3 former have a whole sonioi dread of outrunning the constable, whereas the latter seem to have 'made up their minds to 'lose' that useful ?ictionary, if only they are allowed ' tV opporiuuity. 'Financial chaos' is the terrible prospeet that lioa bo-» fo.re us, according to Mr. Wade, if Labor gets- another term of office. Mr. Waxldell, who speaks with some au ?th...

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