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A BIG SCHEME. The RAND of WESTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

& BIB SCHErMB, . The RAEiD \i WSSTSAi-IA. -(By A.- II. Mciatyre.) Somo years ago 1_ wiote an siviicle entitled '''Millions of Tons for Millions of Ounces, ', in which i ju-edictod th»fc millions of tons' of orb 'in tlie Gt..at Victoria group or leases woro worili one pound per ton.'' 1 whs hold up to ridi r-ui-v hv sr.m« mininff renotrpi-g -vlio i-re endowed with a faculty of ' boing, able to judge the value of a property v.idi out even seoing it.- .After uy nre-li^iion had. b.a.on -nade^ Mr. Hanuilon asfcr ?'tained that niany acr^s of the suii'itee was worth 21 /G -per ;ton, and by driving some thousands of feet of levels 'i-d crosscuts at 'a d|Optli of .loW^he founcl' that' the widths and A'alues, were n.j.in tained, unel that ;dowii to^ 300ft. the . yauos did not diminrsh. Koav the Aloun (tain Queen aro check sampling this giant property^ and it irf silioost cotf.in that a deal will be made diis four. In. the, -artich previously referred to T ventured to say that lo.^os a...

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THE EDNA MAY. FEEF CUT AT 150 FEET LEVEL. AVERAGE VALUE 3 OZS. WHERE ARE THE CROAKERS? [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

THE SDSHiA E.1AY.' EEEP CUT AT 150 l^ETTLHViiL. '. at;eragi-j valuw v oz\ ?WTIJEBE' A.KE THE CKOAKBK^.' A -telegram 3vas . 'received , yo-ster-' day arternooii froni tbo mauag'T 'o»«= the Edna 'May at. iVcsitfHei .stating', that the i-eef 'had - 'been 'cpt at 'lib ijOft. J,3vel, and ha I ' bee j. found '. to ' I3o I Oft. wide, and. carrying- values averaging 3ozs. j5er ton'. This nows was received with no 'end' o£ interest,' for thero v,as the usua-1 jmcic-of croi'kers 'v.'ho vcre doing their dajniiesi l-j 'rum t'iio'iipu tation of the property, by decrying the possibilities' cjiitertaiued b.^ .the T)au-t agement o'f -development t.t the loOit. lev {I. In. our issue of October 22 we gave a~full report of the operations of th© company at thh$ levo', and .-issuj-oci the. public there was 'absolutely nothing to' ju'stify the alarmist reports that were' then' _ in.' circulation oj' ,tli,3 ' opora tibns ati'the level 'in' question, and also remarked 'tliat at the 170ft. level there were ...

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Bowls. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

Bowls. During the week lovers o± this grand game have been constantly s on the green gettiug in readiness for the pen nant games. . The usual electric light tournaments are also to be started, and members can now hand in their entriea for the first tournament which starts next week. The green is now in capital c±-lor, [ and another week or two will give it j the necessary finishing touches and tho ; green will be as good, if not better, ', than it has for. the past two years, j This afternoon the local B team will ' journey to Boulder to meet the Boulder . team, which will be our first for the year. Although this year we are not as : strong in numbers as we have been in years past, and we have lost some of the best of .last year 's players, yet j there is no reason why we should not ! be able to fill these places with some ] of the players who have been playing ? for the last couple of seasons, in fact. ! at present, practice has indicated this, and some of the local young, players ...

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Wedding SHEEDY—TOUZEL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

'Wedding. SHBEDY— TOUZEL. On Tuesday alternoon iast the mar riage of Cr. George blieedy (mine hose of the Westral lxocei, Coolgardie), and Miss Eileen JbWzfcl (only daugnter ox Mr. and Mrs 'L. Touzel, of Coolgaruio; took place in the 'iioinan' Cathonc Church. The Eev. Dr. T O'Jduriey performed the duties which bind to- I gather te lives ox wedded bliss. The \ bride was attended by Miss K. Sheeuy j sister of the bridegroom^; whilst ' Air. Jack Touzel acted' as best man:- The bride looked charming in a gown oi silk charmeuse, with corsage of all-over silk lace, the -usual wreath and veil j being worn. The 'bridesmaid also iock- j ed nice in a pretty frock of white | crepe de chine, with white tagel hat j. and pink ostrich feather to match, 'xlie i happy couple were 'congratulated by j their many friends and were wished ait I health and happiness in their new 1 sphere of life. Tne' wedding being of a quiet nature there were only a few of the most intimate friends at the wed ding breakf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

EDNA MAY G.M CO, 4T.L. The follon'iug is the report 'for vrcelc ending 22nd Xovembcv, 1913 — 'Th^ croiseul has becu advaueorl tG 154ft, The lode has been cut intQ fox a ai3taneG of 8/t., fehe end ])euig still in soiid s(tone. Average viiH'e over 8ft 5£ 30d\vta. '/The incoming yvaUx is alrbitt 2,000 gall/Drjs per hcur ajid . Tvinze is now -drained'. . '73ft. Levc.l.--Nro 1 stope advanced to yOXt north-l'agfc of j-rospc^tor '$ shaft, value over U£t... gldw'Ts.' &Q 2 stope ?advanced to 6ft north-east .ef unilei-He shaft, value over 26ft., 14dwts. f-ISYo 3 stope advanced 'to 21ft south vrost^ot Nq 2 ris|3/ vaW over 29ft, 25 dw'ts. . ^Btope has also Keen advanced to '5ft. north-east. 'of risV.VGue over gift; ^5dwtg.}J ''

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"Commercialising" Lovely Women. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

'Commercialising' Lovely Women. The' police! authorities hafo reported, with every appearaaee of veracity, that the destestable business in ', l white slaves ' has not yet assumed a 'icom cercial'^ aspect in this good city of Sydney. r But lovel woman is being 1 'commercialised'- in other ways. A pantomime promoter, for instance, has been advertising for shapely and hand some girls. Andh e has been simply overwhelmed with applications from faminine persons who imagine that they 'fill the bill.' The girls are notified fthat they will be required to pose for the eineniatoigraph, and this has apparently added to the attractive ness of the invitation. Nearly 500 ap plieationh have) been l-eceived, . each accompanied, by a photo of the fair candidate. In order that there may be no mistake, mpsfc of the Sydney ±'emales have been photographed in surfing costume. The beauty judga of the sndieate has announced that the Sydney girls are more handsome than those of Melbourne. The latter, how e...

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Labor or Liberal? [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

Labor or Liberal? Besides lukeiwarmness as to cnifica tion, the Gov eminent speakers are al lowing many of the distmctive piaiks 01 the platiorm, not merely to -droi- into oblivion, but are absohit-ily tramp ling on tneni. The most notable among tnese is the oue which prohibits borrow ing, except xor works that will be iin mediaLely reproductive. They have borrowed moie largely than any £ their Liibera predecessois, and, having many millions 01 the trust funds to jnako good, they are under positive cnr.pui sion to borrow a great deal yiore. inn Socialistic aspect of the platform, .moreover, they are keeping sedulously in. the background. Theise planks, ox course, are impracticable. But the Labor meii, so xar as tlfey are Laboi men, have pinned their faith to them, and tliey are asking, where- is the dix iere^nee .between the- Labor Govern ment and the Liberal Governments which have preceded it?.. 'If these planks are allowed to drop out, the dis tinetiveness of the party disappears ...

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Coining Sack to his Own. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

Coming Back to his Own. 'I tell you this, that, if thel Liberal Party is' returned to power, the (jrovei nor-ia-encral »viil.be asiied to come bu^ ? to Sydney. ' ?' So said Mr. V^ade' to a' big garnering at tn-e UJebe, . and the hearty cheering which : xoliowed the declaration snowed how. popular was the luea. \Vnat the bovernia-ent yain 'ed by the eviction/ 11 we except a pro nounced unpopularity .wnnout any compensating auvanLage, is an in scrutable mystery. It is at a ge-neraj election that freaks oi this kind come home to roost, and usually, as m this instance, they are very unweloiue, visitors. Matters of this kind, wmcii powerfully strikes - the imagination, often exercises a more potent lnimtsiice over the final result than considera tions 0 much greater intrinsic moment.

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"A" Curious Feature. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

'A'Ourious I'eatuie.'' The dislike of the average '«voi'.!du0 man and woman to liesn au- cauie ou.^ in evidence) before the oost.ox juivji^ nquiry. it was suggesteu tnat, in tijo terrioie scarcity 01 nouses, ovvxiers ox valant lots might do g;oou buiin^as ly erecting good suustantial tents ' on them ana letting tneni at a low iti tai. 'xNo one wouid taivo tnuii,' _w.is tne reply. To iuosg people, it was d'ecia'.eu, there aige few tnings more dreadxui than a white of xresu air! ,A maui'iuui ' omcer, ot large 'experionCtf, tosciiiud ' that it is not uncommon 10 sue 7».ntiia-' j 'tors plastered over, ure-piiices 'jarexuliy covered up, ana all tne doors and windows tiuhtiy , closed to rhe ouwr air. Has tliia any connecuon with the general unwillingness ' to Jtdinit any jiresh ideas into, Lne mind? .iut tnay beiongs to another story. One c&n haraiy disguise Horn nims'ell', i owevtsr, Lhat the conservadsm or the great jaubs | of so-called 'democrats' is ii^uauy more pronounced and...

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THE D.S CO. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

THE D.S CO. By advertisement elsewhere1 the man agement of the above firm notify that any of their ? enowned goods can be ob tained locally at the store of Mr. W. Barnard, o'pposite the drill hall. Foi recommendation of th,* value and ex cellent results obtained by the tonics and medical supplies placed on the market, we have no hesitation in guaranteeing as to their high standard of excellence. The good results that have been ahieved with Cough Powder, Kure Corn, Fruit Saline, Duth Drops, Garfies Linetus and Nubian Hair E»- j storer are excellent testimony of what this firm offer you at reasonable prices for every day lines. :? ' ?

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SMALL BORE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

SMALL BOSB ISfOTES. . The following are the results fgr Sunday last: ? ? . j ,50 75 lod Tl. Hp Ag. \ W. b'and3 ..- 34 34 ''32 100 10 J05 : li. Davisoh .. -bii 'S6 30 bo 3b 103; C. Cecil .; 30-27 '6u 87 ,15102 Miss Daivson' 27 34 26 87 15 102 J. b'tade ... 31 32 32 95 b' 101 A. Lapnam . . 21 33 31 815 10 . &5 Miss Pincott 20 23 20 29 69 92 The following are the handicaps x'or Sunday next: — Miss Pmcott, 24;' E. Uiinani, 21; Miss Cocks, 19; J: Cecil, IS; It. JJavison, 18; Mias Davison, 15; ,C. Cecil,, 15; A. Lapnam, 10; 'W riands, a, L. Michell, b; W. Hillier, 8; H Austin, 7j J. Stade, 6. I i

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Sydney Letter Sydney, November 18th, 1913. The Political Battle. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

Sydney Letter Sydney, November 18th, 191S. i ' The Political Battlej. The political battle presents many f eatures of unusual if '~ not unprece dented interest. The -sxpe'2.ultui.-e oi. the Gov ernmejut, or in^tancje, 3ias beeii on a scale hitherto unheard of. ^The total exuenditure of the last year ox' Mr. Wade;s Uovernmehc, from revenue and loans combined, was seventeen millions arid* a half. The like expen diture, of tne lasty ear or the 'ELoiinan (ibvernment was no itsss bnan twenty six nuiiiony! It is no more than lair to say that the money has, mostly gone in enipioing labor, and in increasing the pay oi the labor previously em ployea. That excuses it in the minds ox' many of its' supporters. -But, on tne other ,,hand, the expenditure has oniy benefited a fraction ol the; workcis and lias increased clie buixiens ox tne rest. IN ot. only in expenditure has tne oovernnient ? been phenomenal. Tiie dencit whicn ooiitronts it is tne biggest ev;8i known in the history of any .aus tr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

?-; /-, -. _ ? :?' -?] MONDAY NIGHT— KING'S | PICTURES *''.1J1' ' L J - ? IlLUii'liM _!.? ? i!MlJi»lin»iaiiiKS».- 'LINSSE© COMPOUND' !&sde Mark of Kay's. Gompouad BssaB©a «f ' . i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

I ONLY TME ™S^^^yV( /,-) ''',1 1 - Procu rable i n New South -Wales. - ^\^i|l§[i[ v l.m V ^ Se sure and 'due/ \ - \t'^ '33 Highest Awards. 5end for ListT ~ '. ' 4 /iANUFACTUACRS *' ¥ w''£ ? -?? . HENDHAM VALE WORKS MANCHESTER, CiS.armai'5 Specialties: No- - 1 ' KARMAL' for pressures up to lOOlbs. „ 3 'KARMAL' SemU metallic, for pressures over-120!bs. - „ 5 „ KARMAL', forsteam lrhm-' mers, any pressnrp; „ 8 „ KARMAL' for boiling water. ., 10 'KARMAL11. Special Marine. | No. 2-' KARMAL ' .H.P.; for pros- . I pnros up 120ib. ' 1 „ 4: 'KARMAL' .Hydraulic, for j ., 7,,KAUMAL' f6r cold,. or hot 1 am )jon;a. pump o,r other alkalies. m „ 9 ' KARMAL'. lor chlorine' or . I acids ^f-iicially. - T M „ II Gr a^y Iiomp Packing., '-' m SAH^;BERS and STUART, -^ THE MAQUINERY PEOPLE, Pepth and Kalgoarlie. * ?NEW & SECONDHAND . ' OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. ' PLANTS REOBNTLY SUPPLIED TO— ' ''.' Bullfinch Proprietary Mine ' Corinthian North Mine. - Edna May Mine. Kyarra Gold Mine. Royal Standard Gol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

RHEUMATISM, GOUT, ? NEfJRALQtlA* &e. Ajce ypa & Miff, rcr fioin the-ravagps of tlie^nr similar Dis^asb^, sucii asLimibagbj Insoinnrft. ? * . - Neiu;a§t'S§ni^ etc T - ' ' \ ' ' * Are }-oi|''one of the uiany tiinusauds «Iu» go ,7 about their, '.(l.-.ily,. toil, drH^ing- wraVy and aching Iimb3, d^v.oid uf vital j»o«er, and jvaruing f»-r I ;* allcviatiot).? IJ sOj.y.on are the very person to \vln-sc no' ice -- ,- ' ? we desire tcj,bii:ig tlie R'ELIEP -:A&S!PRB- - by wcarins?.uui ivnow'ned anti~RheumaticSing This Eing is the discoy. iv, 'if an piinr.eiit sciei tit- 1 , ? ~ and'has been sjKcially frenUl ' i-y ft f-eorct. jsrcorss', m- '' ' tliat when wo,rn on ll--c (ir.g- r its hertling prcix-rlir-s are coinijiunicaled'lhiongli -tin' nerves ' ii.to* the blood, giving a stimulus to the nervia, and purging tlie b'o. d of the.JJm.C^A'cn) whk-li is the root of jul the trouble. There iSj.no nuiro sei.iniig ,da:ijjon to the vealth.thau - ' - the prosence o£ loo umicIi.TJ...

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

BOXINO. ? ? *? ? As an all round athlete and the i'ore .most entrepreneur , of ,pugiiism in. 'Vus .tralia,. with a. stadium in more ihan .one State capital, Mr. 'Snowy' Bakei on the subject oi'-toial abstinence will .reach, an audience which would.be deaf to the ordinary speaker, clorical or lay. .on the question. The - Sydney Tpial Abstinence Soci,3ty, oi which the ii.ov mg spirit 'is r Rev Vi. B. fcl Hammond, was therefore wise in obtaining Mr. Baker to contribute a ]j'ipcr pn this . subject, which was rmd at tlie annual meeting of the Society lastNv-cek Mr . states that throughout all his yoa's of _strenupus .athletics, he has never ta'K'en ,one single drop of alcoholic drink, aiid he gives instances i'rom all braiicKes of isport to show thai no champion, 'while a champion, was ever a drinker. 'You Cannot pfljssibly sucefced,' he adds, 'unless you' lei, drink alone;' and he continues: — - 'In boxing I find that the (success ful ringman is invariaby an abbt-jine,r. - Truly speakin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

? - ? ? m |Q| It is strictly pure and possesses the |\pi I ^f| - highest degree of rich tomato flavor. I) {I 1 fe-l Lends savor to either hot or cold . fc-3- I || || meats, fish, and game. p p I 1^1 Eelnz . American Table Delicacies 1^.'- I ^ Foods, Sauces, Relishes, Condiments. . .f] I |%^| You should also try Heinz Baked Beans, ^!Sg » Ptl^t Tomato Soup, Sweet and Sour Gherkim |l| - m y v| Pickies, India Relish, Tomato Chutney^ ^ ^ - W W\m Evaporated Horse-radish, Etc., Etc. IfS^ E ??% ^ ''?'''' r*& S 5^| V Alt grocers return purchase price if they fail to please. ^ Hl * Famous Throughout the Eastern Goldfields. Brewed and Bottled by The Union Brewery - V KalgoorKc TRY A DEEADNOUGHT OF UNION BEER. _ V No Other Kept. : ' Latest Patent Glass Washer Installed. All Best Brands of Liquors. . .- Bottle Department a. Specialty. Everything at Kalgoorlie Prices. Telephone 18. - v . J. P. MARTIN, Proprietor. , ^JD'SCCi^A.ILI^. ? HOTEL Opposite PoBt Ofi&ce. ' Catto's Special B...

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"WHY SCORN?" [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

'WHY SOOEN?' Why scorn the man by demon drink Hurled madly over ruin's brink, - Methinks not all the virtues flee With that cold thing — sobriety. - Why~scorif the woman passion tossed, Who deems for love, the world v/ell lost} v Methinks not all the virtaes flee . . With that cold thing called cua&tiiy.-v Why scorn the child wnoae «v indexing eyes Outlook the world in vague surprise, . A word may slay its infant trust, ' A look its idols turn to dust. The man, the woman, and the child, Once scorned may scarce be reconciled. The venom born of eye or tongue May breed irreparable wrong. God makes His creatures prone to evil, We all pay tribute to the aevil. ; What arrogance for man tfr damn The feelings of his fellow man. : ' 'O.K.' Mt. Jackson. While expounding to his wife the al leged fact that men can coacrol their tempters better than women can, Mr. Hinks fell over the cat and nearly broke his nose. 'That settles it! ' he hissed. 'I'v» often thrsatea^a, but now I'll drown ...

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TWO STANTON STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

TWO STANTON STORIES. When a boy ia the parish called to see him at the clergy house on one oc casion, Father Stanton told thQ maid to say that he was top tired to see any more boys that day. What followed is best told in the Fathir's own woeds— 'She told the boy that I was tired and could not see him, and I heard him say, /That's a nice message to send a boy in the pariah. You -tell him 1 want to see him spiritual.' So, of course, I came downstairs. When I got down the boy said, 'Father, that's a nice mes sage to send a boy in the parish— to go away because you're tired. I want to see you private. I don't want to see you out in xhis 'all, where eveiy one can 'ear our business. Oan't we talk somewhere private ' So I said, 'Come into the dining room/' and I took him there, prepared for .fearful revelations and spiritual difficulties, naturally. And he said, 'Father, you ain \ got such a thing as a pair of trousers, 'ave yerF So I said, 'Yes, old chap, I have; and I have got tleni on.'...

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Federal Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

Federal Politics. ? -*6C ? (From our Correspondent.) Amongst i he reasons advanced, by Mr. Fibiier in hit- fiisr no-coniidenee motion against the Cook Governmont was tht. 'failure of the Gusernmant to reduce the High cost of living. This is a burning question, and the subject of many inquiries. The New South Ws les Food Commission put high cost down to failure of production to r.ie3p ]-oee with requirements, while we kuovv the Labor Parly puts it down to trusis ind combintb. Just lately we have been warned of the danger of the American Beef Trust putting up the cost of -neat. Yet in 1910 the Director of ^Common wealth Fibheries drew attention to the small consumption of fish, the big price, the enormous supplies available and the profitable nature of th,e rrawl ing industry. Tie gave two iustan-ies; one oft' the Victorian coast where fish could be landed in Melbourne for 2d. per lb., and leave a profit of £2,230 a year; the othhr near Sydney v.-hei'e fishseould be landed at onG penn...

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