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SMALL BORE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913
SMALL BOEE ivfOTES. On Sunday last the small bo*Q ciab held its weekly shooc under adverse conditions, and th© scoring, as in fee rifle club, was small. In a sho«t-of£ for first place for th^ trophy between Cap tain J. Stade and Miss M. Davisoa the latter proved too good and secured the honors and trophy. Nest Sunday starts the final shoot for this year, and it will extend ever three shoots. After this a lapse for a few ?vreieks, will take
EL PASO. PEN PICTURE OF MEXICAN TOWN. A CITY OF FREE DRINKS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913
EL PASO. y: !: PEtvpi^p.&-0:if ^fexiGAN :^^:;^^^^:^: , ' ;?/ ; : . ;^;;It^wSs 'the tall ;t^|;d^umm^r ;whb / ^^as'Mtting IS ^hei'^l^lr^ari^p'^^de %-( stat^nienj'as ^he^^me,;® B^a'so. ' _ ':'J '' ^feuy a' 'ten^enl^rmli-wtth'-a; 3;^U^' here,^' ;he; said7!'^an|J^tliere^; a-;sgprt- ?'' in g chance'Tthat the^r^nd'^ wiil'giVe. : - a k^xican' dpilar^eh|ffi^^rppyef . 'the, other 'side' of the^'bripge ' withHhc ; : sUm8'''^_ie;cb/pf.:m'etai. 'and bity a'ihint .: 'jtilep Iri ' 'pnev pf : ^eir^alo' onsV ; ^^e ? ' wwipa; : rint/nf;r' ten 'tlie^ arfeasei' ? 'behind . th-f .' par 'will t foik :Mitf;W :|ood ^ni^riCan apllar' '^listn|e. ; ^Y^-(ixrf';Woit\ ofiV;the: mek ^;^ne':two;;tp^ f e§i:'i rtfin ;^alkiSg-c'ros^Wip-[briVige.. --. ; ::Hd?lp^kepV;like.^'majirw1i would-be lii^ly'%)'''inbw^Bo; T! : tlid . ;hot^ues1;ioh hiijf ;^tatem^nt. /li/was ; siiffl'cidnt^'ifp'';' ob- seiye^fnaf^ffi^'/qimlityj^of^^iq^^ iia ' ttiis :i little : 'coimeif'. oi ;; THxas-. .did' not ' allow 'a. '^^^ig^'^^^7'*0'...
Rifle Notes COOLGARDIE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913
Rifle Notes COULGAEDIE CLUB. On haturday and Sunday last the Coolgardie iiiile' Club held its las* tropny snoot for tlie Aylen tropiry over tne 700 yards range of 15 shoes. - Tiiis practically is the last shoot for this year in. connection Yvith trophies. Un fortunately the day was on© of the worst in many ways that we have ex- ' perienced for many years. Therefore a 'full number of members \vas not i» attendance to do battle for th© coveted trophy. However, the shooting as a whole was fair considering the thiclt . clouds of dust and the strong -Tind that prevailed. The winner turned up in an outsider in Bert Poley who, with hia Handicap, reached 70, whilst W. Maher, who has shot consistently throughout tne year, was second with 69. Two important features of the day's snooting wure ohe ultimate result of the club championship and handicap championship respectively, as this shoot was also .the. closing of these two events. Whan shooting commenced there was uot much to choose between ...
Mutual Dislike. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913
* /'Mutvial'Dislike.- ^ ..But the .two,; towns ?1wer,e;.inter-es;tin:g'; ,as. a stujdy^in- the;;diffeJ:enees/bei^Ye'en the. twp/,,nationalines.j.] -Be^yjeen^them runs./thei muddy Bi.a. Grande, ..just^Vide1 enough, to act . as '^i-^iy-isipu^-and shal ; low eno^ugh ; .to1^ allow the Jiprse thieves ..of either.; country to vcr oss-. without^ d) ffi - culty when an:.p.4casJ,o^naV;shejriffi fapses in to ^active;, virtuje.; , ; / ;^/ y . ,vit alsp.stems; a pretty. :general feel ing.: of :^ate,;aridv disjrust,.. ,THc _ Ameri ica^;bar.-tend^r .wjill tell/yovt^as he wipes his ,' gasses that ihe greabvf 's .dirty,, treacherous and lazy,; and prone to use the.i;lcnif g,~ instead of -thejliighly-ci vilised gun. The Mexiean. inn-keeper will t3ll you,*; as lie lays ..tprtil.ltis^and coM fowl bef pre you,; .t,hat. th^^ringo; is a money grabber, a bully; , and , a barbarian in ,the: fine, ,ways;.;pf. ;life: y: . /.; ; ; .Indeed,, ,tiieij.-j\jtexicau;' has in hit- v)U^ a deep -contempt.of all the th...
FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913
FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. After the business of the annual meeting the general business of the meeting was proceeded with. A letter was read from the Post master-General . regarding the P.O, clock, which stated that attention was being given to repairing the clock and setting it in order again. [Since the letter was received the clock had ueen repairea Dy mr. jlnicoi, ot Boulder (the Government officer), and is now in working order.] Advice was also received from the Electric Supply Company that the lights at Hunt and Piesse streets would be attended to. A letter was received from the hon^ sec* for the entertainment in aid of the Sanatorium Library Fund, ask ing the patronage of the council on. Wednesday evening next- — The re quest would be acceded to with pleasure. . - ...?'? The lessee of the baths wrote, ask ing thac the Mayor aud councillors pay a visit of inspection to the baths paring Friday evening, 21st inst,— Accepted. Ee J. Jarvis' application for »n increase in wages, tbe- le...
Council. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913
Council* ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting, of the' 'rate payers was held in the council cham bers on Thursday -evening, when i.here was a full attendance of council ors, with the' Mayor in the chair. 1 ; The minute'? -of the previous year were rea,U and confirmed. - ' The Mayor, iu his annual report, exprbsseilregvet at lhe. falling off in the revenue, which .was a serious thing to the district, A comparison for' the past tw- years wan as follows, ' which, when totalled up, showed -a ^ -deerease of £369 19a Id:— IQI2. ? IQI3., £ s. d. ?£ s, d: General rates 1130 7 7 .955, 4 7 Government - subsidy . . 332 3 o -264 o 4 Govt. grants - 150 00 50 o o - Town Hall & garden-loan 177 1 6 163 1 9 Library sub sidy ..... 65 7 1 52 17 6 1855 3 a 1485 4, 2 As a whole the community had not taken a Keen interest in'' the welfare of the district, which wan verymuch to be regretted. Almost all the items on the balance sheet were in a. worse condition than the previous year, [Owing; to confi...
FOREIGNERS ON THE GOLDEN MILE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913
FOSEIGU3KS 'ON THE'COLDSi-T I/IILB. - Jn speaking -u the Legislative AsfeMi bly qu the iNLines. Ji.'.gui.ition Biii, i-^ ilou. J. E. Dodd,!| ?ft'hose union fcxpoi ence along the Golden ]\Li!e qu.iiifini him to'deal wiuh the subject is ripiu-tod iu ''Hansard' to nave said: — 'Four- teen thousand men are engaged in the mining industry, and those ac counted for thv- population of 300,000, and' accm\Titig to that,' 717 men out of 3.0S1 employed underground in thc KaJgooi'lic miius to-day would 'ac'eomiL for a j)opulai,ini of 5.000 of all conditions. Yot these 717 foreigners clo not account for a population of J,,OOjp/ Tl^-y do not bring thoir wives und families litre; they do not build 'houses in tr.e same manner as a Britisher, nor do they Jiv0 as' we do. - 1 do not think any party would endeavor to prevent those' coining here or -working here who would* live as we do. We are not seeking to restrict the naturalised foreigner, but simply to re strict those men who come hero and live, as...
Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913
Items of Interest. The Masters-Hesse Wedding,— Since our ??last report the following additional presents have been re ceived by the h -ppy couple : — Mr and Mrs Gordon- and family, afternoon tea-set ; Mrs Sherlock, pillow shams ; Mr and Mrs Holt (Greenmount). rose bowl and tray cloth ; Mr and Mrs D, Parry (Perth), silver dinner cruet ; Nurse Raynor (Fremantle), gipsy table ; Mrs Gardiner (Guild ford), gipsy table cover and mats ; Mr Jones and family (Guildford), set of jugs,
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913
TH3 WSATREE. tell us tliat it may bc years before it ?The following are the notes on the weather for wewc ended Wednesday, November 12th, 3918: — Thc pa; t week has been a panieu larly unsettled one for the time of tho year/, and, until the closing days -tlv weather chart showed very litUe varia tion. The -weather v. ar-- chiefly con trolled by a series of low- pressure 'sys tems passiug across- the- Southern Ocean, and as a result, cokl showery conditions were almost constant oyn thc sotVuTT-west and south eonrts until Mon day, extending occasionally to portions of 'the agricultural ? country, but not east of Nortbam nor nonu of' Mooia to any extent. The Great' Southern re1 eeived some good falls on Thursduj , otherwise tho rain was of -a very- light character. - Light thunders!) owers have been -of frequent occurrence In the Kiniberley and on Friday and Satur day, as| a result of a mon&oonarde pression, the Coolgardio ?golufieldj measured falls, ranging from a few points -...
Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913
Cycling, On Saturday afternoon last the local boys held another race over their two mile eourse. Thirteen competitors faced the starter, the limit man secur ing Imin. SOsees. start. Ths day was. an exceptionally warm one, , but there was a good crowd of onlookers to wit ness the start and finish. Excitement prevailed among the supporters when the lads madei an appearance on their homeward journey, and as they neared the finishing point it was seen that xhe limit man, Howes, was in front, and there he remained until the line was passed, with Kennedy second, Kings bury third and MeCulloch fourth. It, however, transpired that Howes had not done he full journey, whereupon he was promptly disqualified, and the race awarded to thoserwho filled the respec tive positions, the result thus being, Kennedy, Kingsbury and McCullosh. ' Wednesday's raee resulted : — N. Kingsbury, 1 ; W. McCullooh, 2. Another event will be held this afternoon from the council chambers at. 5 o'clock.
Sudden Death of Mr. W. Blundell. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913
Sv&iZen Death, 'of ?yir; WO/ ' Wiriui'i Ile.ii^ ij!..ndv!', ;i cl^ntiat eii'ploycO. l.y iii.^Au^vvian i^ciital Com pany, K;il^j'j-L.i\ ^::& four.d iu :i dving condition ii; t'-o !; no f'-i '-he rear of his lod-ii.i-^, t!:e Co..i:uoieial ' Lcd lomns, Wil-o-.-.ar^et, Knlgnoilio, .it a quarter to 1 o'clurx o.i h:n.uril;'\ nioiii ing. an-1'l.ofore li^ to'i'd bo r-'.aovo'l to the hospit'l he .wL.ired. Th0 'n-attev was reported io tho Kaiyoor'iv po^fe at tho time stated b,f Consiabh ''-:'-,' ior. whp'liad rccci-'od a ir-^o.'t i'rom '\l.uiiv Fahey .to the effect that a man was do:i I at thcspoD ,indieiitcv'l. Th_e constable found, that O^eywah still.-lifo \\\ tl.o body, and the *1-.LI.O., Dr ^iatlnws, was r.oiifikvl from the |.oiice ^tntion of tho oceurrcnej. (1o.ibrable Cnlpit then left i'or tho scene, and whrtn he arrived at 1 o'clock lir'o.was extinct. Dr.- Mathw-s &ubs°quently co:itir.a»-.d 'this, and the body wps removed to the morgue by the direction of the eo...
Racing. PERTH CUP MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913
' °e ? r-'i''!'i,iii..'..'r.'.rT*-fe Racing. PERTH CUP MJUBTING^ The above annual meeting pro mises to excel, all otherB in many respects. Great improvements have been made in the s&rrouudings of the course, etc., and the fields promise iixia jctti lu ut) evcu uolioa buau tiiuac of pasii good years. Good horses irom the Eastern Statea are coining over, besides some of the leading jockeys. The Derby in itself will be an event wonh going a long way to see with such horses as Radnor, Piibarra, and Corstep to do battle.
A MINING DEBATE IN THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913
A MIIvTKTG- DEBATE I2-T THE HOUSE. ? . — a, ? 1 - 1 -(By ' ' Pegmatite1. ' ') 1 w-ouL to I'l'i'lioment Ilotibe io hoar tho uincuwion on the Mines. Estimate and was nade ill at hoavt, for outside the Minister for Mines the debate was only noted for the drivelling imbe cility of Uie gold fields members, who got up like so many parrots and said a few words in favor of their respec tive field', obviously for tho purpose' of pleasing their supporters a ad thereby retaining their seats. To btiy that they displayed a dearth of ideas and sug gestions would be paying them a com pliment, for they showed a lack of interest .that amounted to a. famine. The Minister for Minos was just fair and sincere-, .md thc Leader of tho Op position 'was obvious^' sympathetic to wards 'die Statics chiec industry; kutv not one of the others seemed to possess enough brains to point out a solitary method of stimulating or assisting to encourage the advancement oc ii hiii.g. C4od help any gro^i mineral State tha...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913
Cricket. At a meeting held at the Westral Hotel on Wednesday eyening last it was decided to form a club to be called the Coolgardie Picnic Cricket Club. Mr. W. Maynard was ap pointed hon, secretary, and those desirous of having a game should inform him of their wish. Sunday afternoons will probably be the days of play, and one or two enjoyable matches should result. Tickets for an art union are on sale, by which means funds are to be raised.
BRIDE EXPIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913
BRIDE' EXPIS'JBS. How a :niner was widowed throe hours after 'the wedding ooreonony ib described in n ir.ys-ifige from ? J^euton, Stoiro- on -'front. ^ Samuel Pl-ieketi, of lT-\vn]ock--5lreel, Jijenlon, and the bride, Harricitb Ayplo 5-'i5,rd, a housekt:ei^er, in service nt tho Store-on-Treat -'garden village, ?wgto marriec' at i'enioii .L'arish Church at vilne o'clock on Monday morning, au-\ at tqn minutes past tV-'elvi-thc vyoiu3i\ Imd died. Jt is statcvl that she was in p, f lihi'al rflate of liealth, and during tho cere mony a fihair hsd to Ls prdvjdod for her. Thc ceremony over, howe/er, she vapp^arei imiek stronger, ;nuV the couple were able to walk home, o liy & few minutes' distance, Guest t» had a.^temble'd to iaj-:e ]-,'irt la Uie w.odding brctikfttst, but, at h.-ilf eleven I\Ers. FlaclcHt was tak.oi ill again,' and doe'eors were sent for. Eveiy effort was made to save her Jifc, bui without success. Dr. Aitkcn- said ioo much excitement had caiifaod d-^ith, fiul the...
YILGARN GOLD YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913
' YIL&ARN^^OLD' 'YIELD. ' '' 19^^1912 ,\ 1913 * Ozs.' Ozs 1 Ozs January .... 734 ' 941 l'3'638 February . . . . 322-1 lS56 l 2504 March :'. .\ ..* 2894 ^ *lo82 ' 7532 A-pril .. :. '.. 1620 '1966' ''6698 May ...... . Co'S ,,1921' 7736 June ? 954 ' 284 L ~~ S32-7 July ? 1497/ 2iv6 \-.8529 August ? 16391' ,2780^ ,9262 September .... 818,-'- 237p\ October ? 1772' 3302 ' ', November .. .. 1215 4272' '' December''. . . . 1570 3725 Total . . ...- . 18595 30032
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913
' L'OCAIi ' PRODUCTS, AND AS ' GOOD -AS -THE'- 'BEW-' . Qiieeii 'Bakery . Coolgardie. P. F. LAInCASTEH, BAKER, Etc. BREAD A'l LOWE/)1 HATES. Daily Delivery to Ci;«tou:ers Xew f.iii.l Eggs. Iicat Brauis oEJailcr ouHanl. L..m_i ? .. ..^ ? ' ? ..,. ? ..I, ? ~ ? ? _,,, ? ? L I - a^^i^ ax) HAN LEY .and ..^si^?JQ» VZU4LIY (SUCCE-iOLli TO DUTUILJ3R ^'UIIlV, LtJ.). ^ -, AA:Jiolesa!e and Rtfiail. ? Carts Call Anywhere and Every - . ^vlicre. 'Phone 82^Cool'gardie.-. .' -1,. , OUR MOTTO— HigbesTQualiLv, Lowest Prices. '- ? - ^ / JLi\in-j Tnslallcil an u]i-to--l:iU' Tlefi iterating Plant, we arc prepared to accept for Storage auy L'eribhallc Produce. Lowo&f KjUe*on Application. Ttofoiiiiercial laioii- Miifaiiee%, Ltd UNDERTAKES Fire, Emp8oy©rssSnc8emnsty, and ,Live Stock Risks.1 — LOWEST RATES. -- G, 'VINCENT, Sole' Agent, THE 'WESTRAX/ EtOTEL; 13 AYLEY STREET, UOOLGARDIE. 7 G-eoiSheedy - - Proprietor. ? - THE BEST BRA-NDS'ONLY -ARE STOCKED. Airy Dining Room. Best Appointments. Excellen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913
n TP T TT.\TT. Firewood & P-Poauge^M^^hagJ 7 ? . TEL. 42. Agent for Nobel's Glasgow Explosive. ? Old Established Butchers,. HA.YLEY STREET. . ' . . -' BEST BEEF AND, MXJTTOtf IN TOWN. £ ?J TELEPHONIC 25, ? __^ ? / ? ? ? ~~Z.. I . ? i ? ii. ? ? i. ? i ? !~ j * - , ? ''^^Wi fv|S Coolgardie Meat Siiplpyi. : : ^ JHjCfi TRENAS1AN &.' TREVETT. v ? - - OuIj-lheTiimeit Slocked:' Giv* 's a Tlili1' Telephone, 8. ? ? p ? 1__ ? P eterr-H.oberts; -For; DAIU¥ PE0DDCE- , New Laid.Egs'«. Bost,.Builer,-le, Everytuing of the Primest Quality. CUSTOMERS WAITED ON DAILY, WT ?DTnTTMA\T'n C^-Vi'E SILBERT & SHARP). - ?? . . y. ',-?«?'?'¥*?.-?.?.?'? i ?/ m. ..'..mi— i ~ ^ We Only Stock-Turnc Good:?. - ^To Rubbish. Country' Ordert, Promptly. AUen.lcl. to. ? Special Ij eduction for Quantity. 'i'HOXE.iU. ' ?'' ' ?' . .AWfAMBM ? CAFE; . Barrack Street3 Perth. '__ . « Known fr-oiu Poife Hedlaad to the Leciiwin. \ — — ' The Alhambra Underground Bars are tlie Coolest and Most Comfortable- R...
POVERTY WHICH LED TO CRIME. SENT TO PENL SERVITUDE JUST AFTER WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913
POVEErY WHICH iiUI; TO 'crime. SENT TO,. BENL^ SERVITUDE JUST AFTER WEDDTKG. , A pitiable story of poverty which Led to crime was told, v.hen.Xouisa Taylor, thirty-six, artificial , flower maker, Eliz^b^th Bariy, laundress, ar.d Elizabeth Guest, laundress, were indic ted at the (--ld Bailey on [Saturday, .for being ^concerned .together in stealing a fur,, stole, yalue six guineas, .from r Cheapsid^ furrier's.. Taylor and Barry pleaded guilty, and .Guest pleaded not guilty. On th(j evening of Sept. 19 Barry and Taylor entered the shop ostensibly to inako a purchase. Whilst they wcru there a th?rcLw5man entered and asked to bo shown a h at, which she pur chased. - The .movements of the other two women : arous-qd , suspicion, and Bjarry was seen to take a fur stole from a hanger and put, it beneath he: coat. They, then lef& without making any purchase, but »is they reached the street they were stopped and handed over to a police officer. The stolen fur was found in Barry's poss...
State Hotels and Sly Grog. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913
State Hotels and Sly Grog1. It is not i,hc fir&L time v»'e have writ ten 6i' the Stale pul- iunacy and tiie vc&y it is carried out by the Labor Gov ernment' in connection with now mining camps on the Yilgarn goldficld, and it is not by any means the only occasion \ve have iuformod thcin that, in our opinion, their, freuk ha'd gone far enough. This is-tha identical Govern ment, too rrhat jumps down tho, necks of private fiiterprise^and hollers louctcst at the- iniquities of th3 dispensers of 'grog under conditions ' that arc noz' ' exactly what they should be, aud ' which, rather than grant a license 1 o a private' person who is prepared to take -all business' risk, -prefer to see the workers decimated by rotten spirits, and in a state of howling discontent. Tlioi blocks at Corinth jrcre leased con ditionally iipon there being no intoxi cating liquors sold, and while an asinine law prevents a man from building a pub and supplying the worker with the glass he is determ...