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W.A.T.C. ANNUAL MEETING. WIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

??? w;&.t .e; annxj^l iiEETiNa. ??-. ? o'-oz ^-^WEIGHTS. -????' ' -Tlie' f olio jying^, ai^''.' the ,.^eiglrts'.is-' sued by-. -Mr. ^'ifain i'or tlie Pertli^CuT) ,and..R.ailwjayJfb.t^^^ neetipn W$i. t- '(?$&&'?? '$¥?%?'$'?$' ' ianuu'j^L' meeting pu'DeeembeV^O vand January :-.;??; 'jsif i!.^;,/;::f: ;vv.-:; -'i;.v. j.w ?? ? ???)~l .:. x%i. ? -'?:??'*'? ?'?-. rpEE'THCUi': \ -^:-^^»- A :, hahdic ip ofugOQO^ sovE.;jSl-iQOi sovs. - ^ .of, the said .sum,., with aA trophy ? .valued at/lOjO sovs.^ayicled, to (go :.'. ,..,- to- jthe, firsfc Jiorse, .4,00 sovs. to the . ,. seeppd Jiorse, ariA^OO sovs. xo the ? third Jiorse. Two miles. Artesian ? ,.,.. . .^ ?{. 7^ Swagger ? U 6 .Collared ? .' ' ? ' 9 o' Full. Sail ? vU (/m Sparkle . .' ? U , 0 Lilyyeil ? ^ . . (!) .0 Beverage ? ( ,%. . . , S ,1 1 )C'hie.i:. Secretary ? .. 8.11 .Maori .Lad ..' ? '.. . .' 8* 9 Florabel. ? . .' S S. Eock'f ast ? , . . 55^5 Pilbarra ? (j_ S 4 Gn. Point ? , ' 8 4 Cn. Thistle ? \s 'o -S. Maid...

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RAILWAY STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

RAILWAY STAKES'. t_ A handicap of 1000 sovs.; second hoise . . to receive 200 sovs., arid third horse 100 sovs. out of stake. Oiie mile and a quarter. N x Ireland . . ., ? 9 8 Artesian ? \\ 9.' 7 Saturate 4. . . . ? '.'. I) '7 Swagger ? \ . 9 ' 7 Beverage ? \ . 9 4 Full Sail ? '9'3 ' Chief Secretary ( ? :.^9 3 Lilyveil . , ? J) 0 Flavigny ? '. ? 8 J3 ! Pilbarra ? : . ^ 8 12 Maori Lad ? 8 12 Sparkle ? *. . ' 8 11 Florabel ? y ? \. 8 11 Simple Maid ? \ . J. . 8^11 Saf rano ? « .. .'..' 8 10 O. d.'Eslirc ? '. . S 10 Rockf ast ? \ . 8 - 8 Highguard . . ? '. . 8*8 Gn. Point . . . .' ? '. . - 81 7 Renegade ? v ? v '. . S 6 Miss Alison . . . . ? ? -. . 8^5 Cn. Thist/p ? S 5 Lord ..Flavira ? *?. . - S - 4 Ayrville ? -. 8 ' 2 Thigen Thu ? K .-- S^ 2 Third Best ? *'.'. ? 8 0 Aubrey ? 6 0 Eulogium ? 8 ' 0 Seonser ? .' '. . . . \ . - 55 ' 0 Corstep ? '. - 7 13 j Dingwall ? -» 7-?13 I Dueler ? '..?.. 7 J3 ? West Park ../*.' ? v. , 7- 11 ; Dakai ? 7 - Si I Miss Bop ? ? . . 7 9 Miss Beck ? d. . J ...

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

r.Cpusiatiency.^;,, . At the sam-e gathering, consistency, as' well as humor, came in for some ver ? bal recognition. Dr. Ward, tne editor of the junior morr^in^ .daily,, ?femark^d. that a member ' had. 'b'een''susp'eiided from the House of Representatives fon speaking disrespectfully of the Speaker, if siic^i.,.,a, courts ? had. been followed in the State 'P'arliamenf'nbariy ' every member, ..of Jjl^eiVQ.pp,c-s.ition. wmild have been suspended. Itjs i pnl5r, 'the o,tljer-(-±'ellpwi;. ' whouSj-to/- Jje consistent. tt is very unfortunate, by the way, that the- conflict in the federal Legis atttre should be marked by such 'savage acerbity. ' But ^not' only Mr. Cook, but., lea^ingv men'-' oji the .ether side;': must! t-e written down as veiy conspicuously :iaeking in the gift; o'-f ' -g66d,r rliiim'or. ?which is so prominent in, .the High Com missioner, and,, which, is so . essentially necessary when parties are so oqually divided5 -.-that; neither side can- do any'-? aching, but. talk...

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STATE SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

STATE SOHOOL OONOBST. . What promises to b© ob.@ of the best ejSEorts of ihe year ia the way of eii tertaimnent is that q£ th© annual con cert of thtj-State oehool, to b© held in the Town Hall pa Wednesday own ing nest, at 8 p.m. Booking of teats ia ta'kim? nlace at Cecil's Arcade, and according to the present view of the plan, there is sure to be a /eeord crowd. The headmaoter (Mr. T. iiarper) informs us that the scholars have made excellent progress in. their rehearsals, and as will be oeen by the progr^^mmes to be, distributed on- Mob. day, there will be many interesting items. The services of the Montana 'String Band have been obtained and all that can be desired in. the musical line is assured.

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The Embargo [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

. .Uio, Embargo, r , 7: Tbe: ' ' Cunipstoh Interdict, ''' as ' the' quarantine pToclamation .is styled, still hangs',' like Mahomet's coffin,' between earth and lieavelk ?; Every One is :uo.w ,,-compelled to admit that; it. ought. 'co.be lifted as soon as possible. But medical officialism is more reluctant to let 'go' its hold, 'than any other kind of ofrieial -i&m, and, although there has been free intercourse between Sydney and all other -parts of the 'State- -without in jViTf, vexatious restrictions and dan -gerous; ppeqations are still insisted on when one wishes to travel into an other State. There are' two 'Dames that -?s?illr;notibe forgotten.: in Sydney for a .long timo to come. They are 'Groom'' jand Cumpston.'

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CONVENT SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

CONVENT SCHOOL CONCERT. Tbe annual comesrt of the above school was held in tho Town Hall on W ednesday evening, and, ao in pre vious yesra, was a oaooess. The Mother and Sisters of tho Convent are to bo Qougratulated on the ss coiienfc work thojr oucceeded in ob ttiiuing from their scholars and pupils, and one and every itom waa well deserving of th© applaus© ire caived.

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Compulsory Service. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

. j-r^-Compiilsor-y.. Service. . ? The 'Peace Society still continues to set its, face -against.,' eompulrory mili tary serviee. At its recent meeting, . the Key; Br. Burgess put the case^.fr.om his point of view, very succinctly and - $. brcibly! -All- sound theories of educa -tiori, -he- points -outy. insist oni the .im ..j)OTt-a.oce( of cultivating the sense of in -ai.yidu«i moral !, respousibilit-y in the -?e'lilia. But tho military., ideal. Is 'to ?e/ush; the aadividuJilit-.v out. of him. 'S.ttcii- a-' course,- ixclentlesBly- pursued ba f 0T0 the character is £ornic.dv.an:d-;whiid ''at.^is ^till plastic, seems -likely to7 be i'&'b&olutely ruino«s. Tho.. 'actual haT^ ships caused. -by the conipjilsp'ry: drills, .TPhich the lad? hare xo at'teni? after] Having; do'ne their day's work, are alsoj felt to be v-ery galling, now .that the excitement of ..novelty has worn-' off. Meanwhile, the advocate's .-pi' the system seem to. rely ou the ' uinyillingness 5of the adul...

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

MOSTOAY HISHT— IIIG'S PICTURES

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"The Intelligent Comp." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

'The Intelligent Comp.' The aMtpunding vagaries and emen dations ';o£ the, ' 'intelligent ' ' composi tor are among' iiiep afflictions which prematurely whiten' llur hair- of the painstaldng editor. One o'f the 'small est, and one qf the: most' common, of his crimes is to-. leave out a 'not' or i a . ' ' no, ' ?' : and thus make the pai-er . arm. ,rhc .very opposite .of Avhat it wished to declare? Somenmes, how ever, the, 'Intelligent' one aforesaid ?'corrects this copy to better pur poses. - For instancej thef other day, ?he; niado .Uiietrsenio'r moaning- daily, in repojling. _.a._ deJiverarica -of . -the Ooo ta- mundi-a Labpr ^ League, say, 'The :Ca,tholics aifdv ;the Pxdtes.tants of the 3;Etb6p nVovemsht arc^'^otherg! ''?.And, at thp present juncture, ??bothers' undoubtedly, they are. Thef message wired by the League was, 6t course, thajt the i.religionists mentioned v,are ' ' brothers ! * 7 ; '??? But7 '?' 'tlie ? '?-? c ompositor 's version seems, to1 fit the! ia'cts much more ...

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Rifle Notes [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

Riik Notes On Saturday last the Coolgardie Rifle Club held what was to be the last tropfiy shoot of the year 'for the Bryan i\Ledal. .Owing, however, to three of the members tieing, & shoot off will take place to-day and to morrow on the local range to decide the winner. The three competitors will be N. Eangsbury;s 3. S'ry and b. Williams. The best shoot of the day was put up by N £ingsbury, who scored 49 out of a possible 50 off th0 rifle. A good performance to finish the season. The club now practically goeo into resasD for about three months. The following or© tiba scDultD for Sunday laofe, 80th aaqt.:-* 7& 100 12S, Si Hp* Ag. J'.St&do.. ..; 8d 30 83 99 G 10B B. Davicoa - . SI S3 SO 88 10 1QS H. Auqtia . . OS 01 CO OS' f 103 .W. Saadc ..o. ST. 80' vO DO 8 10d Mies Daviqoa 33 89 £3 86 10 §0 E. €HHiaBa'..rt BS m m 7B 2X 08 Sunday aosti:s3 Mto Pineott, Sij B. GUhoo, 25; Mica Csefeq, 19j J, Coeil, 18; 3. Davicaa, 16j M4C3 Bavsnosi 18j 0. €fe4J, 10; A. lo^ hBSB...

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

ECZEMA. ; j . . ,v - y - ^ ... ?:. , . An itching, burning- skin/ah unhealthy appearance, disturbed sleep. AH these are manifestations ;of Eczema. ?This :s a disease of the blood affecting the skin, and requires a double treat ment. For the skin, use Rexona jightly, applying softly but thoroughly, and washing it off in the morning with warm water. -It speedily reduces the inflnra uiation of tbe skin.and renders it healtny and cool with a -feeling of delightful relief from the long endured agony. . At the same time purify the blood with regular doses of Laxo-Tonic Pills, which eliminate the poisons which, caiised the disease and at the same time build up and strengthen the system. Rexona ior the i;k.m, and Laxo-Tonic Pills for the blood willalways cure the worst cases of Eczema which have defied every other treatment. Rexona is a reliable remedy for Cuts, Barns, Bruises, Eczema Pimples, Sores9 Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Piles, and all irritations and eruptions of the Skin. Sold by ai...

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LOCAL TRAIN SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

: . ? ? ' _?: ???? ???-.'.?.. ' , i LOCAL TSA1N' SEEVIGE. The train service between Ealgoorlie i and Coolgardie must strike strangers! as a shocidng one, y*x, alon© local resi- 8 dents themselves. .Perhaps some wf 1 the local people have got* so used to I it that they do not notic& the ill- j treatment that passengers gel. Some- J times it ta'ises one and a half hours I to make this terribly long journey o± I a paltry 24 miles. The_ expiess train 8 can accomplish it in 40 minutes 01 1 even under if so desired. Apart from 1 the dreary and dismal ride jq get in I these slow trains, it is on the cards J that we are to lose even more of our j train service than has been don© a^yay a with of late, .tfor two towns to be sot near one another and on a main trunk | line the question is absolutely ridicu lous. Here we are with a certain number of business people in the town wJio have to travel up and down every day. I'irst of all in the morning they are worried as to whether the expre...

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Amusements. KING'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

Amummmt®* KING'S PIOTUSKS. On Monday night next a fine series of films will be presented by Mr. Hugh Murray at the Sammsr Gardens. The special feature sub 3oct entitled ' The Golden Hoard, or Buried Alivo,' is a thrilling story of the days of piratical maraudorop their terrible vengeance on a deserter and hia lucicy escape. Tke supporting programme ia of the usual high-class order. Uext Thursday opening there will bo ohown at the came GardenB, amongBt a splendid collostion, the three-reel Eelisncs film, ' Half a Chance,'1 the drama staadingont as a masterpiece in photo, play produc tion, the thrilling and sensational incidents holding the attention of thu audienco throughout.

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

[?] On Wednesday afternoon l&it there I departed from Ooolgardie by the I express, en route for Albany, Mr. W. j Ayre, who has been rQsidenfc in Cool- 1 gardie for a number of yearsj and -who held a position in tho Gold fields Water Supply. Mr. Ayr© has been transferred by the Department. Several friende assembled at the station to bid farewell to one that wae very highly esteomed by all with whom he came in contaGt. Regret was expressed at his departure, and I the town will lose ene of jta fore- J most sporting enthusiast. At golf I 'Billo' was at the top of the tree, j and always lent a willing hand of I advice to all aew playoro on the I local links. Many thingD could be j said in praiae of Mr. Ayre, bat ws will be content in wishing him evary prosperity. - Letter from Miso Lucille Benstead. — A photo, postoard recoived by Mr and Mrs A.. Mercer from Miss Lnia Benbtead containc news that she io doing well in England, and now has her mother &nd oister Fabbie staying...

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PULLED THEM DOWN TOO SOON. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

PULLED THEM DOWN TOO SOON. An Irishman one day was -travelling through Amorica, when he mot^^ti im pudent looking Yankee, -who was wear-' ing a ,-i'aif of short, tight fitting tiou sers. '???' . ???!?? o-; r - 'Wh'rre did you get the ttdusers&V; said Paddy. ?' '-I got them where they -.? grew ' ' -. answerfed the Yankee. ' I ?'Well, be-dad, if you did, you .pu'led ] them a year top soon,' answered Pat.

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THE LOW GRADES OF YILGARN. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

THE LOW GRADES OF YILGA'RK. ? : ? i v ? Mr. Fraik Gee Duff, a prominent iniiriing''m4il 'froili* the ! Eastern States, wh;o:!:isf- iniferefted in -stiiiie vo'f theylow^ gi;a' der ' proposition & ' i: on ':i the 'Yiigarn,- 'Mrbbixed iiitp^The'Daily-HNewB': 6ffi.ee yesterday-j^'^r/'^Du^^Mia^'gust; -?nade an''' irisjp ee'fton; ipT^t'lfe-1 Bronco , mine^'inj ?'whielf-'lie } isn ? 'interested y ' avr;the;^spx;tn': end of i'^tlier 'filld, - and ' a'lsb '' theB Grrand'i National J ; d joining. ' '' -v My' people,' lie said, 'haye ovoi 300 'acres, 'on tiese'leases. arid they aro making' a' preliminary expenditure of &3,000, tdli'b;etJjfol'l'ow;ed-'''lrjy another £10,000 on development. ' Our , first 'sliaft Is'^now'' kown 200ft., and cross cufs~ east' and' jvest'Tiave been put out 100ft. in either J direction, 'tlius giving us'a total ' widm W^ie lode of 200ft,, Tne seeond sh'a^t 'was sta'fteel on, Sept. 21, 'aiid is1, non' 'dbVji 100ft., having been timbered ] to ' 8'5fi'/ ...

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THE CHAFFINCH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

TliE CHAFFINCH. The diamond drill on the Chamnsh.is making good headway, and as this work may lead to the opening up of a valu able extension of the. Bullfinch ore bodies, the Mines Department would be justified in giving this undertaking a liberal subsidy. Owing to a slight breakage, the dia mond drill on 'the Chaffinch was idle ' yesterday. ?

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The Saving Grace [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

* ?. . ? The Saving Grace. '' ~At. the' dinner given ? to Sir' George' B.eid..,-by , loading Sydney., journalists, ijihV J^aving. grace of humor fe inuch ^ 3welfc Upon. Mr. Gullett, M.Xi.Ci, said that not only had his- , gift of humor eased the way of their ''gaestj'' rc&ae him 'j friends, and ingratiated ^him in the minds of the public, but it had also taken.' the sting out of the- 'attacks of . his enemies, and disabled, hatred, ..;(ma;lieeiland. -hostility,.,: Mr.- B. .McMillan ''(''Gorssip'') 'followed on simitar lines. The. great trouble of ?statesmen, lie de clared, was that they took themselves too seriously, and the people were tired of the serrn.Qit business. - M6 doubt it'; can very readily be overdone. But in the case of Sir George, the unfailing gift of humor is accompanied by a steady persistency, and perseverance, without which' alt 'tlie-^ festers -in -': the world would fail to pull it out of its tight places. The velwt glove is ex ponent. But it is the hand ...

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Our Sydney Letter. Sydney, November 25th, 1913. The Wives Feel It. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

'Our Sydney Letter. Sydney, 'November 25tii-v 1913. The Wives Feel It. All question whether or not the New ?-Zealand strike will spread to- Australia is now passed. The magnificent ser vice of the 'Union Co., so far as the TBTorlting of cargo .is- conee^ned is hung mi. Thft wharf laborers, thp, moat tur bulent) and -the most unreliable, of all the unions, have ? put the Union Co. on the black list, oW of 'sympathy' ?with the malcontents in. the Dbminion. .They have no grievance of their own, but seem bent en demonstrating that tli0 present state of affairs is \in work- able. If they succeed thoroughly, the consequences may come as a complete 'surprise to themselves, for .there is ?no union which could be so easily dis pensed with. . Ti.e. work can be prompt ly mastered by any able-bodied man, and the union has not a shadow of ?equitable or ler;al. right or claim to t'lio— monopoly -which- it -has secured. Its monopoly has been tolerated, so Ions as.it has done the work. But JTyliqri...

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

l^r ffllEIIM^ ' m iff Tf (fWE f\ viPCfh l^JW^WfnT^TJ ITIS r/'^ i|. 11 yj^Iwili^A 11 \u) M.iEa 11 ibMUir 1 }? |v) j It is strictly pure and possesses the - I® |]:^ highest degree of rich tomato flavor. M |^ Lends savor to either hot ©r sold : '«g |1|| meats, fish, and game. ' n l4ll -Heiiaz Anertesi TaM® ©©llaidsi W tYou ofeould aloo toy Molas Eafeci Bcaacb ~ ^^ Tomato Soup, §weot csai G©w Giiorfiia ' ; ?fp Picldeo, India Eollo&9 Toisag© CS&sta©Fo ' & ?| ? Evaporated H©h3o«.!?q«I!o&9 S«o, E^g, p^ All grocers return purchase prwa ff ^ pU £? rfeoss. M . : .???.- ' y ',* Famous Throughout tho Eaatern GoIdfieldsV - Bsowed and Bofcftlod bf The Union Brewery ?. Kalgoof lit '' - ~ ? , . .. 1. -.n.. J.-JLJU1I 1 ? -1.. ? _ ? ?''' ? e ? .1 '??''.:.'? TEY A DREADNOUGHT OF UHIOH BIEBe; ? No Oth^Kept, ' ?';,??? Latest Patent Glass Washer InotBlled. All BeM Bmado a£ liiquom Bottle Department a Specially. ISTOPy4hin§ at Koigoerlio Priges, Telephone 18; Je f . MARTXH,...

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