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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

Finest Bc6f &? Mntte^^^^'^ ??(*?(} ^ ^'1^ \, Procurable in Uesri 5oytla;V«a!e3:;' l3^rfl|^ i ^. - /%/£- ^'/r^ rfffcf /??'///' ?'''' ? \w' X&fiH -j&KROYD _aAS PLANT. The Best in P^ineiple. The Best in Design Tlf- ?? I* p^^y in Wopkmanship. ? ' Every engiv.u'; who inpeets the / KROil? Plan!? ;,u -. , cl «;? r-j* i? u'rk i^pg. coudilio ' '' % -Ins only praise :foi;,:thrui. -; . .^ p i. iw, . ?riie'only Down Shaft J?roiljicer on the market designed by ? lecal 'engineers 'will - « ? ^ .. ^i«jfullJiiiiowledge'ofMocaTr(i(^^Triienls. j; 7 ?*?- I The '*JAKROYD' Plant will successfully burn Collie (foal, Mnlga Wootj Salmon'Guni, Jarrah^&ci, &c., giving a perfectly tar fr^e, and cool gas ml \ rv ,-thp. engine cyclinddr. '' ? ' MANUFACTURED BY ;The-jlkroyd Power -Gas Go,, Ltd 3 Perth!

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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MINER ACCOUNTS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 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 be only paid to him or at this office. . A. M. MoInttbb.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Correspondence THE PRICE OF MEAT. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

Correspondence ?? ??-?-. ..f.'i THE PRICE OF MEAT. ' (To ,the Editor.) .???;.:Siiy— A 'few days ago I attended,, with regret, a saie oi cattle helu by the baiiid of the Coolgardie .Local Court under a warrant oi execution. .Now, the baililx' sold on this particular morning IS head oi .cattle, and although the prieeb brought were ridiculously low, our loading local butchers snowed little inclination to bid. in fact, if my mentai calculations were correct, the total amount realised::' by the sale oi' those 1'6 cattle could not have ex ceeded £5u. Now, if a man refuses' to buy a thing which is being thrown at him, and which he is in. a way of easiy re-disposing of,, one can enly make one or two conclusions; erdjer that the jjuan hasn't the price o^'tha thing thrown at him or ^ise lit. can buy somewere- cheaper still. TJva ijrice enarged for meat convinces me 'that the first alternative may be ruled out, so that I am led to think tue butchers kntiw where to get their ware's ;*t berrer ?...

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THE EDNA MAY. Melbourne, November 26. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

^TMS EDNA,, W3.AYV I\Ecl'.-oriiro, Aovciiibcr 2G. A-s the jidnfi' May Company's cinucs 1i£ia;c been prominent in tho iii!ivk«t oi lfiio «t'ic -jutif-v.iariy ivpori to October 31 just ifjSucd makes an opportune ap J]icaran'ce. ' '-Vork siuf'L' the' close -if the. term has Turnishod -the tftiuse of-1 'r fie, .special int'ie^fc in.th;- stock, un-l rpro^ gross tclegt-ams have recorded ihat the' iode ft' 15') it was proved to ba 14ft wide, while the-aveiag-j for ^ that width has no't been guTjn. / The latest news is that drive north ( a-.d,,, sovth. .lisclox1 oOdwt. ore'. The financial result of ' thp half yea-r-'s -work was a. u^t iH-on't'of £13.'-O1. and' t!lie b&]j.nc:'c-&uect ul trie close of 'the term' show id' that bank' balances and- fixed 'deposits 'avno'nntt-d 1o £0601. 'A' dividend of 2/- per share is^pnv.i'oli' an December 5. - The qpan't'ity of ore milled, was 54.6.!J,tons,.for 'I'.)02o7s . wl.il0 tho concontratea contained gold to tho value of £265, and the r...

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The Municipal Gardens [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

The Ivitinicipai Gardens Coblgardie without the inunieipal gardens would be an uninterestiug . place during -the summer months. Ali goiaueids Lowns are very much aiiite, but (Jooigaraie as a place to live in oc cupies an elevated position in the esti mauon of1 goaneldeiB. Tiiis esciniaiion is eniiaiicjeu by the -fame of its ga;.;afc^:.. i 'liiwe, on xiio holiest day, one can al- ? 1 ways .Janu'1 'a cool,, shady apoc wherein | to rest a while iree froxn care and ironi fc tne Ulazxng neat outside. Xiie children . % know this, and this park is to tiiui^ g a source oi heaitk and pieasui'e aiiivo. f Tiirougiiuut our strenuous summer =: moiitJus tiie cnildren oi tnis town r-d- ;, mam paiuicularly healthy, due, we be* ; htivo greatly to te properties of tiie - gardens, ior it provides a neaitniul ?' piay ground for children and admts : equally. [ In short,, the gardens are a. valuable health ana pleasure giving asset, which ought to do maintained at ail cotus. ine maintenance oi these garu...

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"THE MAN WHO SHOOTS FOR PICTURES." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

'THE MAN WHO SHOOTS FOB PICTURES.' lie has been burned, stoned, arrested, - skinned, and 'sucked/'' and all .in the execution of his duty. That is a sum mary of i ho day's work of 'tJac'lc' Turner, the Australian' Press photo gi'apher,' described' in -the November is sue' of '' s Life ' ; 'just to'hand. It is - a \vorideri.'uTly i'nterbsting' article.^ writte'il ' by' a lie ^spapor 'editor,1 and brimming over Avith stories of adv^niure on sea ,and« la/2id.Ll It ma.kes evev more real the great story by Jack London, called 'Tho Valley of the Moon/' which is printed beside it. ?'-'Life' --has ^seeuivd- in this, story Jack London Js best to date, aiidj it may: be doubted if he will ever- do anything to beat it. This tale is one of very great, interest to Australian readers, as it .deals, with^phase^i.pfj Jj£e and labor k1;hat are -cqinmon tq b,oth .this country and to America. l.J.a^cU I.^oftdan's career has bean one of extraordinary inten B'iy., , lie, .has, ,pacjvc4, , an enormous amo...

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CONUNDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

0O2TEJNDBUM3. Wh©& is a jiidjge.lik© high- water at JUyerppol — When he is Mersy-fuli. Why is aa ogg like a horse?'— Be- eaucp you can't u.ao it till it .is -broken. I£ a laan who is carrying a dQzen glooo l&mpa drops wis, what does he besomo?— 'A lamp-lighter. \ \Why id a map pif Turkey in' Europe Uka -a dsippiag paa?— Becaus© tfe^ra: fg .Gspfeso at ? fe ?? befetean. ? ' ' ' :-

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

'\ V -LOCAL 'PBODUjOTS;1'' XX \) AS 'C i ?? ?. '??:'? ''?; ? , ?? \ Q\ie6ii B'afc'djL'v '.'' Coolgardie. .. , ,, % P. F. 1;a:SCASTEK. BAKER, Etc. DKEAD ATLOWEjTKATI:^. D^ilv'Ddivcry to Customers ' New r.aid Egsrs. Best Brands oL' Butter ou Hand. : ? — — -r ? : ? ? ? 1 ? ^ ? ? ___^___ -1^^^ ^_.HANLEY'and %8S^ ^SX ' oi Til TV — I . ======1=:= 1 , (SCOCESSQUS TO IJUTUHER A: UI1B, Ltd). 1 ,' ' '-'I'/ ;1 'Premier Butchers. , Wliolesale^and Eetail.-- Carts Call Anywhere and Every ' ;' ' -: - ?' - '- ^Vliire. ;- ^Plione si; Coolgardie. - ? ' '. ;..! ,Oi]R M OTTQ— Highest .Quality, Lowest? Prices. Having Installed anfnip-lo-date Ecfrigcrating Plant, we arc prepared to accept for Storage iiuyjP.crMiable Produce. ; Lowest Rates on Application. . ? t, ? , ? ? , ? ' -. '.^?'?''i UNDERTAKES Fire, Employers' Indemnity, and Live Stock f?isk?. - . ' , ' ' x .-*- Lowest .rates. — ' ! .;.,.,. S . '' '' ' C. VINCENT, Sole Agent. ';;k.;; the wEsxBA^ic^L7~ ^?VTIiEY ?TJipET,iU.O0LGARDIE.' ^eo.Slieedy ' :...

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Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

Cycling, On ^SatjpaSagr aftfexnoon ^ast, (the local club held their usual three-mile road race, when twelve competitors faced the starter. The day was of a boisterous nature owing to wind and lain, but this did not in any way in terfere with the good crowd that turned up to witness the start and finish of this now popular little 'bit of pastime. , : After a hard-fought race the winner turned up in W. Barker, who had run second in the previous race; thus ex hibiting true form. The minor places were filled by M. Purdy and A. Howes. The winner's time was 8ndn. iOsecs. The following ia the'result of -Wednes- day's event: — ' The result of Wednesday's race was as follows :— N. Touzel, I ; W. MeCulloch, 2; WVO'Shea, 8. The usual Saturday afternoon race will qtart from the Council Chambers-, ot 5.30 sharp. AU competitors not 'then on. their marks will be left out.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

[?] Oily Complete Change of: Programme Eacli Night. I Murray & Effiflg©ToYOLE and MOTOR AGEHTS Bayley Sfcreot. Repairs of all kinds Promptly Executed. ? Saitg ? ???'? ElyitLW® Salts I . Registered Patent 3306 . j Is a saline combinatioa containing the active laxative and curative proptrttoB 0! the world-famous Rbtorua Springs, which area solvent of both urfc oodbetae acid in the system Highly recommended for all derangements of tho storaaeh and liver, bilious attacks, and all affections of the kidneys, /-.„„,- „_.., In rheumatism 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 ' - Solo Agent— . Chemist, Bayley-street, Coolgardie - ^ Re Bo. Msbthegoiij «**.*?*? McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. I Personally visits Coolgardie eyery Sunday, . I Old Council Chamber, Opposite Denver City Hotel, 1 1 Hours 10 a.m. to 5.80 p.m- j There's Something in the Sea-side Air; but the?e's SOM...

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"BESTON" PENNANT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

' BESTON' PENNANT. . The local team journeyed to Kal goorlie on Wednesday last to try conclusions in their first match in the above competition. After a keen and exciting eame Kalgoorlie won by one point. Only five Coolgaraie players went the journey, and Kal goorlie kindly came to the rescue aud allowed three substitutes to do honor for Coolgardie.

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The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, DEC. 6, 1913 PROSPECTORS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

Published Weekly SATURDAY, Dm. 6, 1913 5-EOSPEC2QES' ASSOCIATION. A united body of the above associa tion is all that could bo desired icu bringing representation to a Govern ment on important matters of mining. Unless their ^requirements ace con stantly kept before the authorities they trill certainly be neglected. In tha framing of mining regulations, thero iQ offcea a display of ignorance o£ thd oetual works of those it is Qsaght t$ boaeflt^ and the consequence ip tjliot logjqlfttMffl. io enacted, which ig feas^oscsaiei, and it may^ ta3ie years to cmowQ. it. 'With proper repregentation pi Oho eoEaeaecaneat this could be GVejdeij, GaS gecd holpiag legislation Eas&a tq tiko ita piece. ? A miaister or a 0®&3Z2iiic&\ bo thsy eves bo anxious $& ficoic^ ^Iid ^rocpsetoro and leaBe txMszzZj casi at a disadvcmta^Q unless Si-^ cso ^aU advixd by thona in dose JgSGii x^& tiho aeksBl roquirements, e&S a feas3£fo ip tea oftea tha result. ^p gqv?3...

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South Yilgarn. IMMENSE LOW GRADE BODIES. A TALK WITH A SENSIBLE PERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

South Yilgarn. jIvIME^SE LOW Ui^ADE EODJEo. f A, TALK WrTH A SENSIBLE . ?J'EHSOV. _ 3Er. Frank Goe JJufl', avIio is ;9ii iJiis .Held i'Oi* an -influential ALeJbourne ?syji- dictite, arrived in irom the Bronco Llorseshoo Ji'onp oi' Jcnses ou FriJHy evening last, and 'left i'or Perth by tlic sJime night's express. While iiera -\ve li'ad a chat vdtli' him on tLo future oi 'tlie south' end jof this great field, and what he said -only c, in firms the oft repeated pixJiction of this paper that the -immense Ioav grail v lodes in (.hat part arc capable', umltr juaiciou'3innan- ngcmciit;, 'or' sustuiuiiig thousands r of' workers. i ^ , i i -I ''It was my intention,'' rcinsvvkcJ Mr. JDiitT, 'to jSpeiul a, avcok or so on' the.soutli end^touiispoefc certain pro perties, but Uie.coilntry i«i so exLO.ibivCj that 1 have ,decidedt to j-emain on out; Hiere i'or some time longsr. I secured the assistance of Mr E. GoeczeJ, ox the. Domino group of leases, in my inspec tion, and ,what v& saw' li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

C17 [ XT'. TT, Fh'awood & Produce .-Mepehant ? ,\ -cut for Nobd's-:irt^«- w Explosive. : ;: / ; -'. Lai- «f...-U :'....,...ec. Onions. .Jhaff. O.U= : ^!io.Co;d ^Novyc^silc^mT.y ? . - -- ' ? .'nl:-U.u«-.ec. (JAltlliM:. .VrfHICl?B/S:E-p.H.jlIlBJ... ' .---. i - . . , . ?....' ? ' - ? ? Old Established Butchers, ' BAYLEY STREET: -.. ; ? ' :: . ''' v..& ,„. .BEST EEKF JAND MUTTON .IN- $®W®. ' ' -' f,;'; |i'ELEPHONK 25. , ' ' \ ^'Vy, ' Coolgardie Meat Suplpy.* - x-&^^%4 3 c ? s i TRENAMAN & TREVEIT. ' Only tlie Pritnest Stocked. ' Qiw ns a Tiial. , ^ v. i *__ .. - *u.~ /: .j i- - ' - ' , / Telephone, 8. ? , ? . ? / Pffl+0V 'Rr^'hovfa For DAIRY PRODUCE. ? ' -' New Laid Eggs. Best Butter, etc. Everytning of the. Primest -Quality ' ? CUSTOMERS WAITED ON DAILY, . , ,. f- -I ???RlfffiOT ft - - - -? Bayley.st'ast- '? , CiI'axJS1 filljibi'tcii. SHLAttV)' (JOOLGARDIE. . JSpuiterep, and Oonfo.etionep. English C'lnfectioneiy and Tee Creams a Speciality. , ', w Larges...

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QUEER MANX LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

' QUBBE MANX LAWS. -' '- The Isle ,of Man presents many curi ous features, , none - of which is , more curious than ite laws: ,/.l'or instance, the 'legislature is called*. the Ilouse of K5ys, and was, in1 othdr .itime's, a, ju dicial body charged with.-iuterpreling the laws. Any person, so bold _as ,to slander the. House of Keys was liable' lip.b, only.uto (i ..line..-in-1/phe amount of £10, but -to the loss afibQth'his ears. Two Deemsters worei once appointed'' to, execute ^he laws Avhloh before' the year 14-17 were uncodificd, and ihcsc were known as Jn-east laws, for 1.he ,ieabon--that they were impai'ted lo the Dcemtscrs in secret,/ to be kepi by them within the secrecy oil them own ty'fMsiS^ as long as they chosp, or during t'leir whole service, though they were au thorised to impart and explain to ihv, populace as much of these spjeial l;*ws as should at any time soeiii vrise and expedient. Certain of .the Manx, laws, as set down after the' codification, arc exLi-emely quaint...

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Security of Tenure. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

SeeJjr0t37 of Tonjure. (By A. M.;MeJnlyi\O ^'hen cai-itaiisLs artiic-i. iavj»-? iov: grado ore 'oecuricnccs, tliey know That success cau only be attained aJtcr a very big iniiial expenditure lias Lien' iiuuie.ou uiodern power, plants .aud..jur ductiou msiuhineiy of rhe 'vjyy hue.; types, and, in face of thio Jaci, ;t ap pears utterly unreasoualjjo io expect investors to incur big outlays on leases which. are liable to forleiLaro ou the slightest pretext. Security cf tonujv is what' ib, '.janl'od, a ad will have to bo' giveD,if capital is to be1 attracted to low^ gr;ido ,( mining propositions. T position to-day' is tlTa t/ t!-fe 'o\v grade shows thai ,\yo 'must look to in the future, and' as capital ha*s ,ut»o bco forth com nig under the ilhii&y title ihat the GovPrmiicnt gn cs. AVonld.it not le wise to olt'er a greater sccuiity of tenure, and thereby asforti'in if tcis the c/existmg, state h of things 'that is' keeping capital away? Mr. Frank Gee Duff, who is handling the Br...

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"Chorchez La Femme," [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

' ' Chcrchez La Feaunej ' ' ,,- TilTe, ?? Lor^d Mayor has made a de UVerance oir the question of .; woman's attire. If matters go on as [they are going \ve shall see a great '.deal' more i»f lovely woman, and the j (female) ?' ''huiUa^i -form divine ' ' than ! we ! want to see. Instead of having to seek it, tfc~i's b0ing thrust ili~6uT~fxtces, A Yic torian member oi Parliament has gone .so 'far;,as t.a, advocate:, legislation to prevent wonien f roni wearing skimped and : transparent garents which show in detail tlie- whole': of the female form and limbs. Our own municipal magnate is 'not disposed to go so far as that. He considers that the 'freak', dressers are not the. rule, but the ex ception; and he pins his faith to two. factors whieli, he believes, will ?'.-prove and insurmountable obstacle against the inroads of immodesty.. These are the collective modesty and good sense of the sex, and 'the protective attitude.'' of the mere male, who, when he con siders that things are pass...

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Bowls. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

Bowls. On Saturday afternoon last the local B team of eight players journeyed1 to Boulder to meet their friendly rivals there. The day itself was nost op pressive and dusty, and to a certain extent militated against an enjoyable or keen game. - /The Boulder team, however, proved too good and superior on an exeeilantly fast green for our players, and wound up the day after an agreement to 1-lay until five 0 'clock with a score of .42 to 21. This afternoon the A, team will i'.-eet the Kalgoorlie 'A.V on the local green, and an interesting game should result. Although the locals do not anticipate having a win, yet one never knows what may.turn up in the way of luc'k, ate. . The 'A' team will be considerably altered! in jts personaity to xhat of the past few years, yet there are some oi our last year's plaers who now have our last year's players. who now have hold their end up with players of long standing. We expect a keen game on the local green, and it will perhaps be a trifle slower...

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A GOOD CRUSHING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

*;. ;A-G00D CRUSHiNG. , The owners of the, Bohiemia ease, near Marvel Loeh', rnilledJ'i40 tons for . 323os 13dwts of bullion, valued at £3/14/- .'pe? ounce. . Tho previous par 'cel from tHis' lease' returned- i?74ozs frdni'95 tons, and the sands assayed 6%dwts. The reef is from 1! to -12ft ? wide in one face, and & small fortune appears to bo assured the owners, who displayed great patience and courage in penetrating a series of very large bars of -pegmatite- before they encoun tered the make of quartz from which they are now reaping such a rich har 'There ain't no ham in. this h-are sandwich,' a man growled, .seated on a high stool before the marbl« bar of a modern railway restaurant. ' ' Oh, ain't _y.ou_ ex-me to tho._ham_ yet.' the attendant answered easily. Tho man .ate1, on. Then he growled again: ',' There ain't no ham yet.' 'Oh,' said' the attendant, 'you've bit ov3i' it now. ' ' '?* ? ' * . .-. * ) Angry Purchaser; 'Didn't you tell tne that 3*ou had got 'as' many as ...

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Fire. A HOUSE DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

Fire. : A HOUSE DESTROYED; On Wednesday night at 11.30 the alarm of fire was heard, and it was then ascertained that a four-roomed wood and iron dwelling, owned and occupied by Mrs. E. Wordsworth, in Menou-st,reet, was ablaze. It ap pears that Mrs. Wordsworth and her little daughter had just returned home from the concert in the Towu Hall, and owing to going without thp-ir tea Mrs. Wordsworth bad lit the fire in the kitchen to have supper, and upon returning to the kitchen Bhe found it well alight. In h«r frightened efiorto she could only save a sewing machine, and by the time the brigade had arrived it was im possible to savo anything else owing to tho strong wind that was blowing. The house and contents were insured with the South British Insurance Company (J. Kay Hail, agent) for £120. The aoting-coroner, Mr. A. F. Wymond, after going into the circumstances of the case, considered that an inquiry was unnecessary.

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