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Tindals G.M. Co. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

Tindals G.M. Co. ' S ? The above company have been busy during the past few days crushing the ore raised ;md up to the present -* time or' going to press news has it that the result has been very satis factory and a considerable amount of gold has been won and average is con siderably over the lot of the past few - years ? ' '? ;rf ?' -

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

i' SUDDEN DEATH.; ' '~\ :.-?.. ?;-.:?. -1 '?;.,'? r — ? ? ? ?. .- ?' ?? On Monday -Sergeant Pilnier recoi ved :H-.telephoni| message from' Greenmount ' - acquainting him of the illness of an old ' man- named .John O'Malldy ilauly. In company with Dr. O'Meara the ser 'geant immediately left . Southern Ciobs by; motor, but on arrival it. was found . that life- wa3 extinct. Deceased, Avho occupied a eanip by himself near the .Sunbeam battery, had been ailing7 for some weeks, and . oh -'Monday was .visi- , ted; by a ^neighbor, .who found him ? in .;'- such a bad state of health that he thought fit to ring, up '.the pplice. The a cting c oroner (Mr. S. ^Weat) was eoni ...nmriicate^;.witli-,.and-a,ppstmoTt;_'m'-was-'- - brd;ired, with the result that 'a,' verdict .if death from ' natural- causes -was given. Manly,- w-hb '/ was 81 .years of age, eked out a' living by dryblowing in the viciuity where he terminated Ids earthly- career. The poor old fellow, who was a native of Dublin, ;_{$ a ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

Cycling, cams-is . :. y On -Wednesday latft the boys held another of their four' mile races. The event saw a large number oi starters, and after a very tough go the winner turned up in E. Smith eram, with P. Hillier second.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POSTAL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

POSTAL Hr^TS_ Within tlie Commonweaitl: of Aua taliar:— ? Letter Cards — Single, one penny each ? Reply. — One penny each half. : Pest Cards.— Single, one penny ea';h ? Reply — one penny each half. ' Newspapers. — As at present., Australian Newspaj-ers. — One hali penny for every ten Ounces ^or 'part oi'~ ten ounces (each newspaper). Printed Papers (as p_eseribe_).-^One sialf ^-enuy per two ounees^oi .part o1 mo ounces. . ; To Oversea Dominions^ all Britis? Colonies and Protectorates .(ezeeptint New Hebrides): — ? Letters.— One penny. per haTC ounce All articles eent by post 'fcliat an valuable or ihat may ' require to b( tTaced should be registered.. Eor short messages or trade orders ?ise post cards; you will find them'coD : lenient and cheap. Late Pee on Lettfcrs.— iWithia the Oommonwealfchj Id. each; beyond th- Commonwealth, a single rate of post ; of 3d. a receipt can be obtained froa tjhe' ^.'ddi'essee residing anywhere ii: ' Australia. Arrangements may also l-; made to insure...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Amusements. LONDON BY DAY AND NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

Amusements* LONDON BY DAY AND NIGHT Mr. Murray has come to an ar rangement with Mr. Eoland Stavely, the proprietor of this picture, to show it on Monday evening next at the Royal Hall This entirely exclusive subject is one of the greatest interest, showing as it does' busy, bustling London, the biggest city of the world as it is at the present day.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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BRITONS NEVER SHALL BE SLAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

BRITONS NEVEB SHALL BE SLAVES. . ? : ? f ? Apropos of the above.:— 'Consider- able indignation has been aroused in Nottingham (Eng.)by statemeii'cs pub« 'lished in local newspapers that did and decrepit inmates of the Basford Work house, Nottingham, lmve bcien yoked to n plough and mado to do horses' work of land belonging to the firuardians. rOno resident; of Hignbury-avenu©, Bui well,, which overlooks Basford Work liouse- giounds, sold hi an interview; 'I saw one day last yeek six man. r till- ing a plough by means ^pf ropes. All tho men were very 'old. and pulled t'ho plough only a -few yards before they had to stop for rest and to get breath. Tho work was evidently top mwtih £01 th,3m. On the following day ihere were %ine men voiced to an implement. Sev eral of my neighbors watched the pcoi od men from thoir back- gardens. ' Tho matter was- raised at- a- recont meeting of tho Basford Guardiaus, and it was : decided to hold an inquiry as to who was responsible.'

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SPIRITUAL FORMS OF TRUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

. Sl^IRIT U AJ_ ' i0fflis'; OF -TBtJT-TT; ; « ?' We cantfot-really'aud; -seriously -sup.; .pose/that- Aritth? began* to arriye on^tl'.is; ?p-lanet a .f^\v-ccntiuucs-.-a'g'd.\i\'''!r.l_--'-.pre- ' scientific insight, of ?? genitis-^-of ^^oets and prophets .and; ; sai lits^Twas '' of - ' ..su- premc rvalue ..-'and-. -..tlie'-;';;a'c'cJ§!s*s^t.-pf-':t-h'-)srf' inspired seersLito th.e .he.art;-;of;i the- iini-' vc^sevWas prof ound; ^BjittliGveamp if pi; lowers, the |:sc-rib.es;.,-and, phairjsees,-: i'by' wh.atever- ? name ;.; they,; may; ;bp;. call-edj had ; no ; such ;. insight, ?-. oplv-i ;a-; yj cious or1 a ;f oplish pbstinacyjaand 7the,vpi;b];-hets of ,.a; new era were^stpned^ ;/ ^; ?-.'?' '? Now 'at last we of .,? the-;oi'e;W;, era ihave. : , been ^ctqrio.usX^^-er.fi^erit'V.'tlie' bruits .: of; th-e agor loHg.conflict, and^the. sjiones are in. our. hands.. Let us ;npti ;fall '.dnto . the old mistake, of thinking , that rfouTSt ig ^tive only way of exploring ;:'tlie':Tiiuiti-v f ari...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

.. Items pf Interest. Band Concert. — Now that the warm weather has set in the public of Coolgardie will be treated to the usual Sunday night concerts in the park by the local band. Next Sun day will be the first concert 'for this year. The usual collection boxes will be near the gates. . ,| - . Annual C. mcert. — By . advertise ment? elsewhere notification is given of the annual concert to be held in the Town Hall by the pupils of the Convsnt of Mercy on December 3 As . in past 3 ears this event will be one of first-class standard. Technical School Classes — The an nual examinations, will be held during next week 'as follows — Wednesday. 19th, Millinery, English ; Thursday, 20th, Arithmetic, Shoithand; Mon day, 24th. Bookkeeping, Dresscutting'

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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PERSONALITY AFTER BODILY DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

Jpi^SONALl'I^vAETK-i BODILY .: :'' tfn ':[ jiistlce'; '.' to :;--'myself ^;::and ^iny , co- ' ^b^ers^iiiiust'risdc ;airndvliig!'jny i-re^ ^eivt''heaVers' '-«bt .^.oiily'-; by^eavirig on ' record bixr cbtryie'tiori'iihat; pfceurrertees . ' iow regarded as'pc-mltcan;^o''-!oxarnined and i'educe'd-'fo 'order 'byv the nietliod?; ' o'f r^se'ienc ex' cai-ef ully 'a mi ? p or sist'en tly applied,-'bu't -by going; iurtlier-1 ana say irig,i;w'ith the ;utrrix)si; ?brevity, -that al ready the f aets'-so ' examined. thave con vinCed' nie ; that memory -^aricl ; affoetioE are^ not limited to; thafe fi'ssbcia^ibn with' 'natter ? by J%yhieh!; aloiie ; they ???can', mshi-1 1 e^t th^inselve-g; : here '.and' '...now', ^incT -?j.h^Lt' personality-i'pef sisTs; ;beyoudv bodily ' ?deatHr :;;Tli-3: evidence1 to ;my mind; goes 'to : ~p'rove-'- 'chat £-'dis!earna-te*- in-felli ge'nce. ari'd;orJ ecd'tairi- cbndi tix)ns- u niav '?? iut era'ei '\vith 'us' on .th'e^ niat'erial-'^ide^ thus ni ' ditectly ;co iii i...

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KING'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

KING'S PICTURES. On Thursday evening the weekly programme of King's Pictures will be screened, agd included amongst a good programme is a beautiful dramatic subject by the Nurdisk Company entitled ' A Venemous Bite.' This film is over 8000 feet long, and, apart from that, is said to be one of the finest subjects yefc secured. The rest- of the programme is consisted of high- class films.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

Funeral Notices. HARDWICKE—The friends of Mr Walter, Miss Violet, and Charles     Brown Hardwicke, are respect-   fully notified that the remains of   their late dearly beloved father and uncle, respectively, John Brown Hardwicke, will be remov-      ed from his late residence, Wood- ward-street, Coolgardie, on Sun-       day, 16th inst, at 10.15 a.m., for interment in the Anglican por- tion of the Coolgardie cemetery.       W. STROTHER, Undertaker.

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

Obituary   A private letter received in Cool- gardie contained news of the death on Nov., 6 of an old-time resident of Coolgardie in the person of Mr. T. Craike, who was for a long time manager for Messrs. Silbert and Sharp, and at a later period in busi ness on his own account, which he left to take up farming at Trayning. It appears that whilst carting a load of hay it slipped and Mr. Craike fell under the lorry, the horses bolting and dragging the lorry across Mr. Craike's body. Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved family. Much' sympathy was e 'pressed throughout the town vyhen news bfcame known that Mrs. Lavinii Gale, the wife of Mr.'E. Gale, (chief clerk to the divisional inspector of telegraphs) had passe. t away at 10.50 on Thursday night. The d - cecased lady was highly respected in her large circle of friends. the funeral, which took place yesterday afternoon, was largely attended, and the interment took place in the Church of England portion of the oemetery....

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BULLFINCH PROPRIETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

BTJLLFIXG1I PBOPKIETAEY. In order to ae count, for the big drop in the price of Bullfinches, some say 'hat a'hew shaft is necessaiy, but' even if it wer,j h would not cost much to -.ink a couple of hundred feet, and it ts well known when the mill was de signed that the late Mr..E. Morgan had in view the sinking of a scaoud ?shaft on the northern seri.-s. The ore bodies on the Proprietary % leases ire so; extensive that it is highly ]iio]-able that anothor two or th-ee shafts W\V bo ne.^hd in order to do Hie mine jus tice. We 'lo not know ilutt tho /lircc fors intend 10 start the Miaft the })(.art tfilk about, but we do ki o-\ 1l'»t thr probable need for a-Miliou-il fcha^'t1 does not detract in any v, ay from the valiia of thn mine. 1)'^ i ith'er enhance it. The whisper about the develop ment-s being bad in/ the bottom le^cl are either unfoimdc.l, or1 the -pi'oores^ reports arci 'false. Bjllfnch has 1h eG ap to the predictions oP rhc Board, and will live. 10 knock 'ort 'gi'0UKlln&...

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EDNA MAY G.M. CO. N.L. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

EDNA MAYG.M':,CO-N.I,. ^ TV follo\\ring is jh'- pnogiess1 'eport, .Kor week ended 15ih \osvu)1.sr, -1010: — ''Main shaft,' JoCu't ]-evc'. — Cro3ocu'. oa--t diivon to 134jt.;*ax giani'e ba 18 inches, thick &»irl d.piMng to ')n sou^h-east has been passed thnngh. Above this bar the country rock h ^chisto^. The dip of tl)o country ioc\ appeals to Hq steeper, ,--nd the lianjjiug wall or' the lode should , c conf orin- ible^ith the dip. The iucow of water :s slightly header and the vater iu th* \viw/Q ig receding slowly. 73ft. Lexel:^ No. 1 stope advanced to S2j*t north east of prospector's .shaft, '\alue over -it., Jodwta'. ' No/'2 stbp'e advanced to north east «.f underlie shaft ou foot wall side of '-lode, -\alue' o\ e'r '20ft, 22 dwts. A'o 3 stope has beeu advanced to 13 ft. ' south-west 'oi No 2 rise; ?\alue ovef 25ft!, 30dwts.'

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Yilgarn Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

Yilgarn MihShj^ j l[ Good ' progress is being made .wit^i . the etreetion of the mill on the.; Maori ' 'Ijassh/;:'v -//^ /' /- : --'?'?. '? ' /^:^'/ ?' /K; ' /Percy Blaclq at, Mart! a, is /puttii^ through a crushing of 10 tons/ from his (prospecting airway; and; hcVexpeijts/itfe (gp and1 many ounces. ;. .;/;/?//;! . The Great Unknown at Marda expect ' to crush between 60 and 100 tons at the end of itie,monlhj'andrto,get a high' yield. Don and Salvado, the owners of tb* Standard lease ;at Marda, had, ampler* 'did crushing last week', putting thro-igh a parcel of 51 Yz tons fo'r for a total yield'1 of ll'lozs. 12d'.Us. The Stan-lard nag bcon }-roved a good proposition in die' past, and xho latest crusiiing'provc* that it is still at its 'best. The Trafalgar lease at the 9-Mile on tho Marvel Lo'ii road is opening rtp_ in a most promising way. During the boom old , Bob' Thompson .oB-'ere^d this property to a Melbourne, eroy.'d, but they turned' it down. Since then about 2,000 tons 'iave...

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CORINTHIAN NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

OOEINTHIAN, NOJiTH. The last clean up from the Corinthian North did not^ return a normal amount of gold us the treatment rplant absorb ed the 'bulk of the values,, This, month will * also be sub-nonr-alv bu.t after that this mine , will, as tonish its detractors. The v copper plates are to be discard^l,^ no^y, and- the tube 'mills pans' and cyanide plant will be relied^ upon.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

kW WfEIIIJI ? W tej r^''^1 . '--??- ????- ?. § |y | 'It is strictly pure and possesses the ftffil jpta highest degree of rich tomato flavor. M |p| Lends savor to either hot or cold |^5 |lj| meats, fish, and game. ffli l^jil EeMs American Table Belleacte |M *If'*lf Foods, Sauces, Eelislies, Condiments., PI N|^ You should also try Heinz Baked Beancb ^^o still Tomato Soup, Sweet and Sour Gherkin ^fH| y k| Pickles, India Relish, Tomato Chutney, %£ CJ |h^ - Evaporated Horse-radish, Etc., Etc KV^* is-f^l All grocers return purchase price if they fail to please. [&||J ?n ' '? ' '? ' '? ?'? ?' ???'?'' ?????' ? ? '??'? ?-- ? '? ? ' |lf^ - ?:?'....?; ; Famous Throughout the Eastern Goldfields. - x . ' Brewed and Bottled by - The Union Brewery - Kalgooriie ?'''. TRY A DREADNOUGHT OF UNION BEEK. No Other Kept. Latest Patent Glass Washer Installed. All Best Brands of Liquors. Bottle Department a Specialty. Everything at Kaigoorlie Prices. Telephone 18. . J, P. MARTIN', Proprietor. -A-XJS...

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A Reminder of the East. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

. A?Eeininder , ofithe East. ( /C Thei ? ittleZ Mexican iiimiiee'per shrugs /his^shpuldWsv and^smiles'..iflic hab no ^likingpif ori thessmok& that; /belclies oul ;;frpni' tlre^smeitingj;v vepisksk/aeross the riyer-Jand(:iiia.;wantsi:tp:talk; -about 'the s.-buitefjgh'ti^ Sun- 1 iday/and thek;g^mp-c6eic;;in-Vhis back ?yar d/tha t ;ean . b.eat: -anything/ wit h i n ten inliles.v;/;.::;-vvt:;/.-/-):---,^U';.- AV-;'i;/v-: :'? HfjLbafing JdoAvn /the. sti^e.ets of Cindad /Juarez pue is1, forcibly reminded of' the - East./ ..The/ white-rope^i/.. cagad or wh 0 Ktrots, along -withhts? paclciisv'Eabt ji u to . the ; backbone, his; : browjnis' button-h ol^ ^.yes^/his passive 5splidiuyj;;and' his sham ^bling/gaifc/stamprlnto^with/tlie OiiOTital trade' /marlvrr/Ta-aiispprtiiiaiii i^o Seoul ^/andiihe1^ would tube's fraistaken - for a iiKorean^iidress^hihi infea/kinbno 'ind it , wouldrvtalcoi 'ii,}Sheripclcf:3Idle's . lo dibtin vgnish -.hinir^roni-^iJapa;neaeA; lie likes ?.?';toi:wbrk!^lo.\...

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BAND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

SAND COWOEBTi ' On Sunday evening last the A.M.A. band held on© of ita interesting band concerts in the town gardens. The night being an ideal one for outdoor pastime a good number availed them selves of the opportunity of listening to the many bright seleetionp by the band, which on Sunday evening was in good form. with a full band. We are fortunate in a townlike this to be able to keep a baad going, and othf/rznera bers of saui«' are deserving of all the help they receive in different direc tions from the townspeople. The eon cert will bo lield regularly on Sunday evenings, and those looking Sbr a nice cool spot co while away an hour or two cannot do better than put in fin ap pearance at the gardens. 1

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Illiterate and Suspicious. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

iiliterate and -Suspieibu^. }?/ Broadly,: tlietldifferenc.e; is .this. When a-,ine|tizpt.of tlie^pldysehppl falls- ii Toy e: with a , marten; h e . pu ts, 011 his last silver-trimined ;; :jac]cet '^ and ' ' p]ay& bear ,^'und.er her ^yiiidow With a guitar: '|iv-'jtii'eJsame...prdQica'mcn^^ /a man of Hit uew'er '?schopl 4;PnS; a /fe.en.ch. c ut suit. &,' pair/of A'mcfican boota: and «n Eng iia b&wiefj'aiid 'fetJce^. the girl to a dime /show like' any ;dry . goods /clerk across r;th,o :bbrder;'' ''l^et/if 'yqu'asked him hit ''pijlitics you!: ^wbultl; iiiid ''tliat. he i'i anti '!A;nrerican;'td;/trhe ;'cprq,f deter mined to 'resist' any -. Y-a-iilcee:-5 libtiphs as to the running 'of -his country or tlie substitu tioiti of 'the' -prize. /Ving,.f or) ? the cockpit and- -the; . Pjiza- di ;-Tor6s. - ; ?-.? ,R:is-this. feeling -that- runs likci a vivid I-; connecting ^thread ^-.through all . the, -iClass ?s-. in. ;. Mexico. _ The peon is illiferate and ;suspicious/ p...

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