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The Great South-West. No. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

?The Great Sduth-W©st. ?:-^vr^r^:?4v^'.v ? ' (By 'Pegmatite. -J) ; K^Busseltonv- was --.firs ^tji;^ibii;ed; ^by ;a ^Frenehman^namea:; y asse ^in ISO l^and '^aS ^nrst^ settled^2&%e{irs, lat;erftby/-the ^ ?.Suss'leV and : other ; ii^anii^ie^^yet ,;^f ter ^ close :on'v a ? wehtury.'s' .occtipaiion,;. it. ;.is a' quaint^and- stagnant^ eanipiiiniWjMch^ : the residents i:§leep:;and;di:cainainidst ^beautiful surroundings^ They are^tiie^ i.otus!;eaters^fC th^ W^t|.;andas;.most~ ? of tnd' best, 'of . :the landiiis/ihaydv-held by unprpgressiyes,. the re;'i8 little scope ' for1 .enterprise1:, or .new blood. :yd ne; two most ? striding features^ of '? ' tho;;place\ is ' the excellent- work done; by the early v pioneers.and the apathy, ;of tlievprese.nt , generation. : vWrhen: th&; Gov-arnment d e- '. eided to :;spendr :MQ.0,QM yon.vtabbit-; proof fences ;.Busselton;..w.as;ref erred:; to as, tlie-greatA dairying .centre ?iti- .whi'.'.h Brer Eabbit;^ould\ lutve, /played- gr-eat ha...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A GREAT NATIONAL QUESTION SUCCESSFULLY DEALT WITH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

[?] /In the last copy ?? of ? .'. Hansard ?*, ' we_ received, about four ;or five pages. were, .devoted to .. tire ' c KaJgoorlie , Miner, ''*, :but/.whethei\fprj.;.adyej;ti.sjng.jreasons.or not we/ know, not.; .'' Mr. McK'enzie ? ae-,1 c'us'ed the, .'Miner '. -wit.il.. charging/' :. a ? poor widow woman at advertising rates.. to acknowledge, the various subscript tions tliar w;ere being raised on her . behalf, and then-^dnBiied an'.acrimonious discussion: on^whetner -the -^ Miner.'' ', was justified in' doing it, or whether it ; was to be a -'£xe3.. policy in future' or only to apply .in .one case. ? The: Hon. J w. JiirvYan was a name well mixed up in the1 'argument, but that is a''''riiere' detail. It is anitem 'of/;great!naiii6nal'/ interest ' whether ' the 'Kaigoorlie ? Mirier' should: let. its1 space^fres^or at advertising rates, or it- would ridt1 be. discussed in our^^a^ibnal; Parliament ;' but: great State/secrets- should^ not be: ? so carelessly handled as. to appear' in;: ...

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Croquet. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

?a &f\(ai-'(£-* WiOQll&ie ???.'? JL ? .?'??, At the Coolgardie Croquet Club on Friday, November 14, the final game to decide the winner of Mrs Mona ghan's trophy was played. The con quest of the prize rested between. Mrs Giles ahd Miss M. Barker, who had one bisque start over her opponent. After a strenuously contested game Miss Barker won by seven points without using her bisque. - On Wednesday evening last the members of this dub held a fifteen minutes' tournan^ent on their court under delightful weather conditions. The evening was held to honor the depart ure of Mrs Bregenzer, who is leaving the district. During ihe evening the Mayor,. B. Macpherson, Esq, presented Miss Barker with a handsome silver tugar scuttle, trophy presented by Mrs. Moiaaghan which Miss Barker had won last week. The Mayor also presented Mrs Lowman and Miss L, McEvoy with prizes won at the evening's tournament, and to Mrs R. S. Williams aud Mrs Giles as runners up. Mr Macpherson then took fch...

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ST. ANTHONY'S CONVENT. ANNUAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

ST. ANTHONY'S CONVENT. ANNUAL CONCEET. On Wednesday, December 3, thei an nual, concert of the aoove concert will be held, in the Town Hall, when, as in previous years tho programme' to be submitted will be a high-class one, and judging by the contents of the bill of f a,Te should not fail to please xhe most fastidious. Included in the pro gramme are pianoforte selections by pupils of the Convent Sisters. Action songs, quadrilles, tennis drill, etey The foremost item of the evening will be an operetta entitled '/Wishing Cap,' which will be submitted by the senior scholars. During the staging, of the piece .several interesting items will be rendered, and the scenes depicted in the four-act operetta will be well staged. Another 'ft,.-- ture of the pro gramme is an amusing sketch entitled | 'Couldn't Bead English,.?' which will be given by Masters E. Dunlevie, J.| Strapp, Tom Sayers and James Sayers. 1 Altogether thei program roe is, if any- j 'thing, better than any of previous | years...

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COST OF LIVING STATISTICS. PROSECUTIONS UNDER COMMONWEALTH ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

COST OF LIVING- STATISTICS. PBOSECUTIONS UKDEE COM ' MONWBALTH ACT. In the Melbourne Court of Petty Sessions an information, under the Commonwealth Census and Statistics Act, 1905, was heard on the 7xh Nov. against Messrs. Forbes and. Son, houser agents at Bichmon'd, for failing to fur nish certain statistical returns of house rents to the Commonwealth Sta tistician (Mr. G. H. 'Knibbs, when re quired to do so. 'Mr. H: Walker, who appeared for the prosecution, stated that the1 maximum-1 penalty under the Act was £10, and .that, although lie did not ask for the maximum to be im posed, he had been instructed to urge that the amount be substantial. Two reminders had been sent to the defen dant, but these were entirely ignored. The defendant Who pleaded guilty, was lined £2,^ with £4/4/- costs.

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MINER ACCOUNTS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

MINER ACCOUNTS All accounts due by me should be sent to Mr. C. B. Moor or this office and accounts due to me must ba onlv paid to him or at this office. A. M. MoIntybh.

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A SUCCESSFUL FIRM. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

A SUCCESSFUL FIRM. One of tlie most flourishing businesses in our district at tlie present time is that of Messrs. Wearinouth aud (Jrndaee, of Burbunlcs. Just recently they have acquired a large stock in .ad dition to their already very wide range of. lines in grocery and drapery busi ness. Owing to energetic efforts, atten tion to business, and the wants of the people, this firm has built up a connec tion worthy of any tdwn? and l^eal residents are' well advised in making a cali to inspect the large stocks of almost every household line zhay would require. The very latest -;aa be ob tained in dress, etc., and the asual lines required in dairy produce, etc. can be obtained ? fresh daily. This house is worthy of your inspection, and customers will be treated with evesy consideration. . .

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State Battery Crushings [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

State Battery .'_ Crushings*/ The follovving . id a complete list fi crushings at the Coolgardie State bsf-jhery : — ?;-. -? V ? , :.-..-. P. A. 832 (L. Martin), B7-|- tons for 4oz-10dwt.' Oheap'side (J. Merritt),. 282 i;ons for '\43oz 15-l-wt. ^ ? ? P.A 894 (W. AtkiGB),.12 tons for 6oz I4dwt:. P.A. 931 (Y. Kossick), 21 tons for 7oz lldwt... ,. ??? Hampton Plains (A. Easfcoh), 26 tons for 65oz lOdwt. ' - Lord Bobs G-.M.L. (T. Evans) 141^ tons for 58uz lOdwt. ^ Hampton Plains (M. Bonney), 12 tons for 7oz I2dwt. , G.M.L. King- Solomon (Cameron and Bruce), 76|- tons for 25oz Q-.M.L. The Prosperity (I'wigg and pacty, ? tribulers), 58 tono for 63oz ldwfc. , P.A. 889 (M. Wallis), 22| tons for 16oz 7dwt. .. Indicator (C. Mitchell), 14 tons for 25oz lOdwt.. -???'???. P.A. 927 (T, Murley), 27 tons for ttUZ JLttUWl. P.A. 896 (M. Leaney), 14 tone for 3oz lldwt. JSew Bayley 's tribute, 50£ tons for 24oz 6dwt. P.A, 889 (C'. Dunne), 36^ tons for 7oz 14clwt. . ' * J. Griffiths, 127-^ tons for 9oz ...

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

MISSING If Beginald a S. She^le, who lived in 1904 wjfcjt his mother at Coolgardie, West Au^feralia, coniiHunicatea with Carjr, Se»^ aad Sn4th; soliciijors, 325 SolbiOEBj, I#a4qn, h^ will b$ax of u-me-

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THE LATE MRS. W. M. FAAHAN [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

THE LATE MRS, W, M, FAAHAN The funeral ot the late Mrs, W. M. Faahan, wife of Cr. Faahan, who died at the Coolgardie 'Hospital on Sunday evening, took place on Tues daj morning at 11 o'clook. There was a large attendance of the friends of the deceased lady and her husband. The funeral left tbe Hospital aud pro ceeded to the Roman Catholic Chuioh, where the service was conduefctd oy the Rev. Dr. O' Hurley, Thd cor tege, which was a long one, then pro ceaded to the Cemetery, where the '?emains were interred in the Uooian Cataolic portion ot tUe burial ground, tbe Rev. i)r, O'Hurley oihciacing at the gravtside. The chief tuour^ers were Cr, W. M. Faahau (huabt.ua), two sons, daughter, sister, nicee.ani Mr. aud Mrs. Hicks, The pali- ) beaiers were Grs. Noonau, Mercer, j ana Tiudai, aud Messiy. Ur-ynu:uiS,l utyiaud, unu Flt-ming. A uuiupo; oi ! Luc U,A.O. 'Dtuidti 'waikHti . ;o wie lu,ot ?resdutj .j-lace, and jncjuu^a/iu bt--. cortege were t wo drags,' one c'qn^in ing Lhy mayor &n...

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THE LATE MRS. GALE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

THiS LATE MRS. GALE. The funeral of the late Mrs. Lavania &aie, wife, ot Mr.' Ea ward Gale, clerk in the oiLce of the district inspector of post aad telegraphs, who after '-a short illness died on Thursday evening last, tools, piaee on. 1'riday afternoon, and the large attendance was a testi mony of hte respect in which the de ceased lady was held. The remains were interred in the Church of England portion ol the Coolgardiej Cemetery. The Bev. j.Vtr. Holland odiciated at the graveside. The pail-bearers were the Mayor (Mr. D. Macpherson), Messrs. B. S Williams, H. E.retchmar and C. JFerguson. vVreaths, floral tributes and crosses and cards were sent by Mrs Macpherson (Mayoress), Mr. W. T. Harper, Mr. and Mrs Cecil and son Clyde, teachers and scholars of the sixth class State School, Mr and Mis. B. S. Williams, Mr. and Mrs P. F Lan caster, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hall, Mr. and Mrs. A P Wlmond, the lady mem bers o± Messrs. Jbrennan isios, Mr. and Mrs. J Kay Hall, Mr. and Mrs. J. C M...

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Funeral Ceremonies The LATE MR. JOHN BROWNE HARDWICKE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

Funeral ;Cermu-nies The LATE ME. JOHN BROWNE HAEDWICKE. .' The funeral of the late Mr. John Browns Hardwiekej, who died in Oool gardie on Friday last after a pro tracted illness, took place on~Suu&ay morning, and the large attendance Bvi-' denced the respect in whieh the de ceased gentleman was held. The cor tege left the late residence of the de ceased at 10.30 a.m., and proceeded to the Coolgardie cemetery, where the re mains were interred in' the Church of England portion of the burial' ground. The deceased was a prominent mem ber of the Masonic fraternity,, and a large number of his brothers attended in full regalia, marching in front of the hearse. Immediately following the remains was a drag containing the Mayor and councillors of Coolgardie. Then followed other vehicles contain- '? ing friends of the deceased. The. chief mourners were Messrs. 'Walter Hard wicite, of Singapore (son), and 0. B. Hardwicke, of Coolgardie (nephew), j The pall-bearers were Cr. A. Mercer, j ...

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RESULT OF CHEAPER CRUSHING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

ReWlt OF 0B&&PBB ®R¥SHIN-& Since 'we wears jfortunate enough, to get a small concession from th© Gov ernment in thd way of a cheapor ratei £ ex crushing at the ' State mill, there) is ap doubt that considerably more etpne has be«n put through for the past sis months than for a like period for some timcu Thia is very sjatisxac t^ry to those concerned in obtaining, but w© are ©f the opinion, that a etiil cheap&f rate is seeded, and if it can be obtained we have no hesitation in sayiag thac there would still be a fur- ] th^er increase in the quantity to be put ; through the mill, and in ail probability it would mean that the ndll could be kept going from one year's end to an other. If this, could come about it would hsL a further lilt to the town in mor« ways than one. JNot only would it be a help to the town generally, but would also surely be of some bene fit to the Government, as it woud un- ! doubtedly swell the revenue in this ; direction. Then agai...

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GOOD FINDS AT LINDSAY'S [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

^ G&QP. 1WDS AT LINDSAY'S. £L ? The news ot the good finds being toado pa th© old leases around Liiad ^ay/a is( causiug- a little brighter feel Jpag in the town, and from present ia dicajapng tharG is every prospect of a eontifluance of- this bright) outlook. [There is ao doubt about the gold being ^rouffii here, and it would car-fcainly gay companies to take up a lot pi pround ljang idls around Goolgardia which undoubtedly contains rich stone, and scon© considerably above th© aw age. Ijhero in atop ap doubt that the ccunt^y around th© diotric-t has boeja p.adly neglected jn 1fc$ pa#t. $ha pj^a hav^ very pronounced effeccs upon these fields and whieh would bo i'ar reaching. Whatever this discovery comes up to, the fact remains that the district in this direction has never been properly worked or searched. What is wanted is systematic prospeeting at deeper levels. It is too early yet to say whether the strike is, or is not, an important one, but the reports e^rtainiy have a h...

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GOVERNMENT BATTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

GOVERNMENT BATTERY. i. We would HkR to draw atrestion to prospectors 'end kaseholdtrs the necessity of booking at onoe i heir crushings as thfiv is not sufficient to keep the battery ru-uuing, and unless paroels we bi'i^k^d immediately aud carted in r.he roiil mau close iiov?n and. not re-open till artf:r tho holi fays. ? It cau be readily under '?tooti tfaab if thrt mill steps tb* viaE is disoi'aaniaeci, au-i cav.;m''t bo ~va i'lued read.'ly ; tlTe^et'!)^. th- s- who have foi?: parcels ra:sed should care in K.r «uce. so ao to eosiu'e a c ean-up this year. It is natural thbt pa ties hke. to make th'- G|iri.-Uu is c---ai)-up as ?1-irge a one as pr«ssihL-5 heaee the sboi'tagi-1 of st;i'ne .'&ir pigs^n'r. ; bu' ' if : many !--ave it 'g(5~!iear (hevh©hiiays befor-; briu^iu.t: in tiaeir oiv, .tha battery cannot dc al with- 'ad the late bookiugs. ?..' .'--.;; :

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JUMPING CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

wmmmm JUMPING OASES. Nejwfl 3omea from that practically isolated place called Bonnievale that a cage of ? 'jumping' ; a mine has takien place. JSTpw, thia method of obtaining the right to hold and work a mine- that has already been gazetted to on© party and not surrendered or exemption ob tained does nota seem a fair thing, but ?when on© comes to vieivv the case from another gida of the question it has a very different complexion. We dp not T7if3h. to sav anvfehinc? an the tvraaent time which might sexve to prejudice | evidence ia a case such as this, but if : a nym or a pari^, for that matter, will noi work their show, and neglect it for , longer than the time granted to tkem, i wiQilj thea it ia only right that some- 1 body who IB. wiHiBg to work it uadejr the propar' conditipn&'-should have the | p/iv43ege. Th© easel' that frequently ! coma unSes .caie'B npti.cg of partiej. ap- 1 ^^j^ %r^2@ge^_|isS. 0z^s^iq item.' to hold certain 'grounds, and then ho'd ! eompying with th...

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

ROYAL HALL, COOLGARDIE -»' 1913 oe , Overture (Selected) ... Montana String Band King's Pictures (Selected) ... . By Mr. H. Murray Seng (Selected) ... Mrs, C. Vincent (Accompanist — Mrs. 6. K. Clarke) INTERVAL Overture (Selected) ... ... Montana String Band THE FYVTE BENCH DE AMATIO COY. ' ; ..-?? - '~ ''' ?''*?' —In— . - - ** ^ZJ ^sf ^Hk/f * J3 ^ ** A Farcical Comedy in Three Acts. . Caste ©f Characters — ?? ?? Borneo B. Binns ... ... Mr. J. Fyvie Dench Fred Binns ... ... „ 0. S. C.Anderson Captain Lefton Wright ... ... „ ? J. Bodinner Peter - ... ?-' ... „ Harry Brov?n The Wild Man ... . ... „ H. G. Alder Olive (Fred's Wife) ... ... Miss Gwladys Richards Lizzie Dayton ... ... „ Vi Concannen Aunt Brasilia ... ;.. ,. Kathleen Wright Produced under the direction of Mr. J. Fyvie Dench. Bex-Plan at Coolgardie Race Club Offiee. No extra charge for Booking. Early doors 7 p.m.; Overture 7.45 ; Curtain 7.55; Carriages 10.45 Selections by the A.M. A. Band, previous to Overture. ' Kind Heart...

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

'LINSEED COMPOUND'' for coughs and colds. Lqo.^s gUtzsu at layB irrrtatifla. - ??

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GLENLOTH SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 November 1913

C'''' &LENLOTH SOUTH. Tki& syndicata h^ve their sucticn gas plant running rary Bmoothly, aad the yook drills axe doing yery BatisfEtatury iwork indeed, Th© rqef ig looking well in the south shaft at 120ft.; also ia P& noddle shaft at a depth oj§ 8ftSfe. ^-od pra ia teeing brokea ^ife.

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

Mining REDEEMER SYNDICATE. TkLg syndicate have H& suction gso - lease, wMeh has been so guceessfuHy worked by various parties, the gold be- Ing obtained, at shallow depths. It ia situate on the «ast side of the Re demption leases and on the Cosgrove Kns of eountry;. .

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