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Support for Concessions. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

':; -?': .-Support for Concessions.' .One potable feature' of the -vlect ons ? 'is the prominence which is being given to matters of religion and edueatiou.. The Rev. C. M. O'JRoilly, a very emin ,to be liiado as public n? possible that he intends — to use his own words — 'to ?weigh the candidates, and give his vote to the highest bvMer.' He exhorted his audience, and indeocJ, every elector, to do likewise. The standing ' com ?n1o4-n+ ic'Vlin'f. Hflf linl ir» fVlilfllVti fin lint gib a fair deal as regards education. Children going to State schools pay no railway fares. ' Children going to Cath olic schools, have to pay. Numerous other instances of appnreuty invidious 'treatment' afe given. 'Of course, there js- another side to aU this. But un ' questionably,, there' is a great deal of : - -sorenfigsV and'-, the bid not quite easy. The votes which the .question influ ences havii always „ played an import ivnc -part in every election, and they ' are x-riniarily responsible for Labor ...

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

When?, fc ?''-?? When .?'a.i'e the elections to take : place? That is the question that is agi ' tating candidates and committeemen. 'Our Masters' haw given no definite indication on the subject Indeed, it seems to be troubling them just ns seri ously as their opponents. Candidates who are fighting for couinry seats want j-.o fix th(- date a.- latu a*, possible, in order to move effectively cover, the im iuense tracts over which the electors are scattered. In town constituencies, however, it is desired to ' ' get it over ' ' as soon as possible. The sooner mem bers are elcjefced, the sooner will their - new 'honorarium' commence/ The jires'ent payment must cease on Nov. ? lOtli, by effluxion of time. Bu'c not a ?'? moment soon&r. Country candidates think thafc they can hold out till Dec. .12th. Town candidates would like to bo again admitted Into the clover field «qt later than November 29th.. It 'is generally thought that the compromise d.ai\9 oi December 8tL will be select...

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Can They be Trusted? [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

Can They 'be Trusted? .'?/. There is '-a sound maxim that f'no. man can be trusted to be Judge in his .'own cause.' In, the case of most \ieo ple, it is ated upon as a matter of v-,-mrc!r- 'Rnt.. in f.he ???;?- cas» . of ' the ? legally-qualified ?' medical practitioner, 7 ' ' . the adage is read backwaras. No mat ter how , dpe-ply interested in his per-' ?gonal, or professional, capacity he may be in, any giveii-. ease or in the mt.iu tenance of -niyp ractice to which the profession may be .-fatted, his iy the only 'evidence that is officially accepted ? -as. trustworthy, mauy aeatiis are u« clared to have been, caused, by the re cent orgy ? of 'savage' inoculations' which' recently was in full force at tbe Town Hall. Names have been giveii on the floor of the Hous.3, am in a Sun day paper.' There are numerous other cases, in which the rational unoveed conclusion is that death was caused in a similar manner, but in which the surviving relatives have refused to al low theii' names t...

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

The S,ural Workers. The officials. of the Australian Workers' Union, with wh cli the' Rural Workers are now affiliated, are going to bring matters to a crisis at the har v^fc, which is now about to commence. They declare that no work will be done by any of their members' except at the .'log' rates, which are declsjred' by the Farmers' and Settlers' Association to b.- ruinously exorbitant. They w 11 pro bably get their way so far as the liar v(Btl is concerned. When the grain is ready to drop out of the cars,, 'few growers will care to haggle about wages. The real struggle will coma in the quiet' times which succeed. Many Ixelievo that/ it is merely a matter .of time when the demands of labor w 11 become prohibitive, and employment wil be - much more, difficult to obtain, than it is to-day, as the result? of the policy which kills the goose that lfty the gol'deji egg^«.

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"Back to the Strike." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

'Back to the Strike'.' Shipping.. nien are view ng with ranch misgiving the happenings connected with' wharf labor on the other side of thp Tasman Sea. The threat of the strikers to put thousands of arinfil nysn in -the field if their proceedings are hampered by -the police, is or a p ece with. the attitude of the 'wharfies' lieav, at the time of the great maritime strike, when bloodshed seemed co be equally imminent. The facts, that are ?most' dwelt' upon arc, first, ^thfit the , unions have been allowed to obta in a monopoly of maritime labor to which they have no shadow of equitable e.laim^ and, secondly, that finding themselves so strongly entrenched, they are deter mined to {assert themselves even against tlii- flnvfirnment if it nresuui-os to take any sttepa to keep them in order. Of course, the men might give, a groat deal of trouble for a time, if they were to resort to the extremes which ihey threaten: But their supplies and am munition would- not hold out vory long, and th...

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Sunday Observance. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

Sunday Observance. Can an inanimate machine break the law? This was the. poser presented to Stipendiary Clarke. On board the Manly steamboats, thore are pennyin the-slot machines. Some. of these yiold a packet of cigarettes in exchange £or a 'tray.' They do tins on Sunday as well as on any other day-. in the v.ejk, and the proprietor was proceeded against by an -inspector for break ng the law relating 'to Sunday trading. 'How about the penny-iii-the-slot gas meter' ahr.-.wdly inquired the, magis trate. Undoubtedly, 'ihei Gas Co. could U* vti./wn/iii+n'ri' also if - ??rSnTiflaV tl'anS actions were proved, was the confident' rejply. IIowevoA', the case was dis missed, Mr. Clarke paying that he was not satisfied tha,ti the machine could be regarded as the 'agent' of the vendor. The: cigarette machine case is compli cated by the fact that tobacconists are prohibited from supplying children under a certain age. But the machine, of course, can. exorcise no discrimina tion. ;

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Brother Against Brother. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

Brother Against Brother. The'~Bush Brotherhood, au Anglienn. organisation, is .undoiibteuiy doing good work in Icc/Biping alive an_iOiig set tlers in outlying districts faith in the 'Divine. The 'Brohters' bind them selves to celibacy lor -nve years, nut Veause tliey are opposed to. marriage* but in ordiV that they may give them selves more to their work. They be long to the High Church section of the denomination, and Bishop ^ Long, of Bathurst, nas been taking up the cud gjjls on their -behalf against attu which he says havq' been ? made upon them by the Evangelical, or Low filmwli 'scetion. .The hitter rcpudi ite any censure of llw good work whicli is undoubtedly b^ing done by the Brotherhood, but maintain' that it is th'iir privilege and duty to criticise doctrinps and rituals which ilicy hcLcve erroneous. The average man is ,not strong on theology. -But' ha cannot divest himself of a nouon that the in fluence of thci Church on the common enemy would be more marked than it is, i...

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A PERILOUS RIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

A PERILOUS EIDE. Two deserters from the Roumanian Army have performed the extraordinary feat of travelling from ? Bucharest to Paris—a distance of 1,500 miles, which occupies thirty-six hours — under thq Orient express. . . . When the express arrived at the Gared e 'Est (says the .'London Daily Express' correspondent- they were fpund clinging to tfe brake apparatus under the train. They admitted that they had deserted from the Roumanian Army, and, having no money, and wish ing to get to Paris, they had1 adopted this uncomf orta'ble . way of travelling. This is the second of such cases in Paris within a fortnight, a man hav ing travelled under the train from a station in the Pyrenees,

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METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOQk ANNIVEKSAEY. On Sunday last the above anniversary was held, and being an ideal day large crowds put in an1 .appearance -to. listen to 'the singing of the children, who were under the able baton ' of Mr.. Lloyd Pascoe, to whom very great credit is due for the excellent manner in which the children rendered . their difficult solos and choruses throughout the day. Solos wjere also rendered by the members, of -the' church choir, and were well received. The Eev. W. W. Roger of Boulder, conducted the ser viceisi, and in his talks to the adults and children alike he had the happy idea of striking the right chord at all times, Great interest . was shown by the crowded church, and Mr. Eoger . must have felt well pleased with his attentive audience. On Monday the usual tea and ser vice was held, which also provefd a big success. To-morrow the services of . ist Sunday will be repeated and large congregations should again be the order of the day. . \

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Our Sydney Letter. Sydney, October 28th, 1913. A Death Certificate. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

Our Sydney Letter. . v ? Sydney. October 2Si.li, li-lo.' A Death Certificate. There ?? is trouble, botli at tlic i3oavd of Health, and in the reat-ral Parlia ment about a death certificate. With j incomprehensible want of consideration a poor Avonian, close to lier confinement, ?was deported by'tlie ollieias to the ??quarantine staxion at, iuani\ . j.' : Britain, the ' immeasurably more l.u ?mane practice of quarautiuing patients ia their own homes iri pursued; but in Australia, humanity, in this, and h\^ ? number of Mther matter?, is a.t a woeful ?discount. As well r a .. being more humane, the British system is.efilcaee : ous, which ours is not. It is quite ? practicable to quarantine a house, or e\fen a block. But it i* ridiculous to. ? attempt to quarantine :i thickly popu lated area 30 miles in rliameter. Eut to get on with my stoiy; after giving birth to an infant, which to-day, is wll and strong, the poor woman succumbed. The healthy condition of the child war rants the assum...

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

|Q| It is strictly pure and posseoces th© vl ? Hit ? '.' highest degree of rich tomato flavor. \m ||--J| Lends savor to either h©t ©r cold -yr |lj| meats, fish, and game. Ire ? ' ?JjH .-.BeMs Aesertois Tatol© Beltaaetas m ' If'''!' FoostSj Sances9 H©lisli(BSp C®MdllM®iilSa ? ^| P||^ You should also try Heias Baited BeassGa i j$Sc| JIM §i * Tocaato Soup, Sweet and Sous Glse^Ma - f !g| y -*J . Pickles, India Relish, Tomato CSatiteojr0 ? ' J juij ^..?^1 . ' Evaporated Horse-radiDfei,, St©.s Ste, ^^ (.^ ^ All grocers return purchase price if fizey jteil £s- pleess. y|| ——AND- ? . Famous Throughout the Eastern Goldfielda. Brewed and Bottled fey - The Union Brewery - Kalgeorlie TRY A DREADNOUGHT OF UNION BEER. No Other Kept. Latest Patent Glass Washer Installed. All Best Brands of Liquors. Bottle Department a Specialty. Everything at Kaigoorlie PrLoeB. Telephone 18. J. P. MARTIN, Proprietor. ?^A.TJSTi?*AXJLA.- HOTEL Opposite Post OfiSce. - Catto's Special Bulk Whisky. ' Splendid Accommoda...

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State Battery Crushings. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

State Battery Crushings. During the present run the State battery has put through about 2500 tons, producing, approximately, abouf loOOoz of gold over the plates. For the past month 1213 tons have been crushed for a return of 986oz, which r--sulc is very satisfactory, as this is an average of about 16dwt. At the present time two parcels are being pnt through for Messrs. Nokes and party and for the Boronia (M. Wallis). After these crushings have been dispensed with, the battery will 8 top for a few days for cleaning xip and attentiou to machinery. There -are at present about three or four -hundred tons waiting t© be put through, and it-is expected that upon starting again there will be .500 tons available. A big pnrcel from the Perseverance will be put through, aud in all probability the battery wili be running right up to New Year. The following is. a complete list of crabbings at the Coolgardie State battery : — . - P.A. 882 (L. Martin), B7£ tons for -zl0dwt.'* Cheapside (J.- Merri...

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TINDAL'S G.M CO. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

TINDAL'S OhM CO. In our last week's issUq we published a' very interesting circular published by the directors to the shareholders stating that they were desirous of fceep^ ing the latter acquainted with whaf w,as transpiiing at the mine. This con trasts greatly with the attitude of the. pasfe* T© tli© pffcscat mm&^zimfc as the credit for supplying the share hodjdrs with latest information as, to the; development of the mine, as will be seen by the following report dated 3rd November, 1913: — 'No. 2 level north, east lode, has been driven 12ft. for the period, mak ing a total of 50ft from -the; crosscut, in faulted country; th& grade of ore is too low to be of any Value. Have stopped this level and intend to pros- N pect .the lode from the surface further north. No. 3- level ' south. — East lode has ;ieen driven 10ft for the period, total distance from main crosscut is 34ft., in ore; average assay value of the ore is £4/5/ tor the first 10ft. driven. . 'Stripping eas...

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Federal Cadgers THREATEN US WITH £500 PENALTY. A PORRIDGE-BEAINED POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

[?] THREATEN US WITH £500 PENALTY. A PORRIDGE-BRAINED POLICY. .Some time ago we received a note ] from a chap -who apparently fills tne swivel chair in the' Commonwealth. Electoral office, and -who signs lii« name in nierogliphies politely request-' ing 'us to forward him a 'wad of our pa'pers/ published at our expanse during the recent elections, free of charge, as he. wanted ^0 have a look at whaij 'we had to say about the importers 'vrlio were putting up for the soft jobs then offering. We didn't see any reason why we should supply this chap with free copies of our paper, any more than we -ihould the people of this field, who pay' twopence for it, and therefore 'passed the letter over as a slice of ?? infernal cheek, ^oculiar to 'Government officials. On iVLonday w© received an oificioua looking envelope containing the' following which. ;we con sider too- .ludricous to keep to pur selyes:— -: ; . ,.' Memorandum to '?„-.?? Proprietor ' ' Times, ; I. :?'_ ' ?_ ; ' Southern Cross./ ...

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

GOLF. On Saturday last members of the elub were treated to a pleasant after noon on the lings, the feature of the; j afternoon being an * ''approaching } ' | competition for the ladies for a trophy presented roj Mr. W. Tuxford. A. keen and interesting conteet was ?witnessed, and after a very close finish Miss C'orrell just got hom^ a' -winner by one point from Miss Carey and obtained the covejted prize. On Sunday the usual good number of enthusiasts were to be e'esa on the lints, but baing no competition to com pete iu nobody was out for xocoxd 'n-ea'king. T&q mo|D notabla feature o£ th^ day was J. Tiaraey1^ score ef two in the short npl©., - More aw membsra aro makiag an ! appearance, and the elub' is now tetft f^ffiag t^p.G?eieSSjg. ? ' \ ' . _;

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The South-West [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

The South- West (By 'Pegmatite.') Since leaving Perth to sea the South West . I have,- travelled well over 300 mites by rail, 20 miles by ear and a few per horse; yet in my wanderings I nave, not seen half a dozen new setrle worth . mentioning and only a .few pocket handler chief plots under fruit tre^es; a, cow. now and then and a few sheep were to be seen hustling for a fed on ceared space, but no ring barking or clearing was going on, and the. view trom the- train was depressing from a farming point of - view. One can travel milje after rnile through timber Couiftry without seeing an acre cleared and get bored by being told that thjO train does not touch the area which is being settled. Perhaps peo ple get away from the railways for tear that, tbe vibration of the engines would shake the fruit ' off the trees, or maybe they want to find employment for thjeir horses in -carting their pro duets to discant stations. Personally, 1 disbelieve the talk about there being gjeub aejivily ...

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HAIL CANBERRA. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 November 1913

HAIL CAXTBE&jElA. - 'Hail Canberra,' latest born 6£ .Na tives' Capitals arise, Hark- in glad strains thy natal song soft swelling to the sities, From put the void Australia calls thee forth To crown in gracious dignity th;a land that gives thea birth, Obey the mandate of majestic fate To guide the making of a mighty State. 'Hail Cani-eixa,' wide from strand to strand Australia greets thee Queen of all her land, Earth owns no nobkr heritage than thine ? ? -? ' A Continent, a devotee at Freedom's shrine, Fearless and without reproach thy high calling fill Proud mandatory of a people's will. In peace' and' freedom art thou born, No refuge thou for legions battle worn, No orphan's cry, no widow's anguished moan * HathJ anthemed thy foundation stone; No tyrant victor's shout acclaims thy birth In horror's carnival of bloodstained mirth. la stately mien, wend thou 'thy '?stead; fast way, Not thine to emulate the cities of a rivalry, day, Throughout the ages let thy standard wave E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

'LINSEED COMPOUND'* tot coughs and colds. Looses ghlegBa, al lays imtatioa. r, ?-. .-- ^ ^ iu,r,.iv.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

. ?- ? ? ? . - . ?? KllffS Thursdays, ? --- ? ? f\ i Complete Change o£ Programme Each Night. Murray & Bridge, CYCLE. and MOTOR AGENTS Bayley Street. Repairs o£ all kinds Promptly Executed. Rheumatism aid tadlgestlon TheRotorua fi EfMIPfl A© ^ TheRotorua Salts EU\] BlLiri© Salts . ,.?- Registered Patent 3306 Is a saline combination containing the active laxative and curative propertie* of the world-famous Rotorua Springs, which are a solvent of both aric and lactic acid in the system Highly recommended for all derangements of the stomach and liver, bilious attacks, and all affections of 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, Footed 2/9 . ? Sole Agent — -~ ' Chemist, Bayley-street, Coolgardie McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. Personally visits Coolgardie eyery Sunday, 'OldCouncil Chamber, Opposite Denver City Hotel, Hours iO a.tn, to 5.S0 p.m -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

n?32jr 3'p u e£J Ulv f /2i 3^: p:^ T ? ? 1 1 l ' ' ' ItIc^ iy| It is strictly pure and p©so@8s@g the ;- TO lita highest degree of rich tomato Savor* W| |fj| . Lends savor to either h@£ ©if eoid cjeb ||j| meats, fish, and game. ? M] |4| Heinz American TaM® ®@Ifei@te wi I | Foods, Sauces, M©H&Ib@[Ss, C®MdlSM®iatlOa f~vi N?j^% You should aloo igy Solas EhliaS Beasca &$M ' pllll Tomato Soup, Sweei astS. Sons- Ghovthki fj'tl M 'yj Pickles, India Rolio&is Toisasft© -Clmteoj70 ' . Mm f^% Evaporated Hopoo-raiiofep St©oe S&to. ^wl j.|p| j4# grocers return purchase prim if tiksj? fsM, & pisms. \¥m y Famous Throughout the Eaotern Goldfielda. Brewed and Bofefclsd by - v 1 he Union BreweiY Q Kalgoorik p I TRY A DREADNOUGHT OF UNION BIER. . No Other Kept. Latest Patent Glass Washer Installed. All Beet Brando @g Sai^uoys, . , Bottle Department a Specialty. Everything at Kalgoorlie Prices, Telephone T8. Jo P. MARTIN, Proprietor. :J^TJSTJ?*AXjTA. HOTEL , Oppos...

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