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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913

? m — - — — — — — -^ I (SUCCESSORS TO B.UTCHER & Ulltt, LU.), j '- ' 'Premier Butchers. I 1 Wholesale' and detail. Carts Call Any where and Every -' i .,,???=«*? ». .wh'ei'e.'c !Phone 82S-Coolgardje. - 1 OUR MOTTO— -Highest Quality, Lowest Prices. y _ .- * ' - ^ I Having Installed annp-to-rlafe Refrigerating F'l'ant. we are prepared'to acecpt^for I ; ; {Storage any l'cdsliable I'roduce. Lowest; Rates on Application. , ' , 1 — ? ; ? s ? _ ? . ? L^ ? __, ? I ''--??' , ' ''???' I N .,'-./ '? ' , . AND AS ' ??'?'' * \ ?? ' GOOD ' -AS' TFFE ? BEST ? ? * ' ? 1 C. VINCENT; ' '''P;. CUNNINGHAM, ' . L. BRUTON, Managing Director. , Brewer. . ? ??' ? - Secretary. _. ' ? ^ . l ' -'.''''?.' . ... ? i ? L ? \ ? ' ? flie Coneraal Uoioq lsstiFai{ee Coy., Ltd. UNDERTAKES Fir©, Employers' '{indemnity, and Live Stock Risks* 1 i. ' N ' ' . ? — -LOWEST RATES. — . ( , , C. VINCENT, Sole Agent, ? ? L. BEUTON .. .? ''' ? (5ecre'ary of Lion Brewery), has taken this beautifully appointed ' '\ House o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913

*.' . BLACK BROS'., 1 : ' Old Established. Butchers, - ; ; ', - DAY LEY STREET. : . '?? ' -:BEST BEEF !AN[D MUTIO& IN TOWN.' ' ; ? ? ?'/ ?'? TKLK PHONE 25. ? . . ? - ? . Compare these prices with tlm^- ,--ti tre paying : — CHAFF, per Ion, £o ; Half-ton, £5 2* 6J ; less 5s SJ'poT cwt. (Delivrn-fMst r.mhaulo:. 2s fli per ton «-xtiv). ? . OATS, New Zealhrn! ivl,rf* Vr^lM, 5 hair lot at 4s 10J per biwheUei* 4s lid. -BRAN, 5 bag lot at Is 7| ! , -? U.isli.l ;; I bag 1» 8^1, less 1. lOd ? P0LLARD,'5 bag lot i,i. !s 7|.l i erbu.l.e ; 1 »p *8£d less , 1, . lOd . s .WPBJLT, 5 baq lot a! 4^ 1.1. Vvr 'pir bnsli.l ; 1 bag is Su, less 4s 6d. ? WE GU vHAK't-KiK PRtMHST QUALITY, '?' , -?? '? ' ':?;?''''? ':' \ I.. ^panspdpt trading & Ag6iiey Co. of WA. limited. ?T J. u. .BB1GGS, Tobacconist and Hairdresser, COOLGARDIK. £«tfc Brands of Tobacco, Oipnr* nnd Cigarettes, and Ail Smokers* Requisites AlwBva 0 . Jlnml. .Own Mistnre- a- Specialty. Try Our ' Oceolo' Sbampno-30 shampoos fur I...

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BOWLS Notes from the Green [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913

BOWLS , . Notes from the Green The Kalgoorlie and Boulder A's meet at Boulder on April 19. On April 26 the Kalgoorlie and Coolgardie A's meet at Kalgoorliec On May 3 the Coolgardie and Boul der B's meet at Boulder. On May 10 the Kalgoorlie and Coolgardie A teams try conclusions at Kalgoorlie»

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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THE FAMOUS CARTHUSIAN TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913

THE FAMOUS CARTHUSIAN TABLE. Kofc a great way from- Monterey, j ^leaica, is. 'the famous Carthusian \ tab? e, one of the greatest natural euri- } qfsitieg on the continent. Iz is a table j land 1400ft. high and 2500ft. above sea | level. The fisrure of the t.jihlA land is -i an almost perfect crescent, runaiag east SHd west, and on its summit is bisis than 80,000 acres of perfectly llevel land, abounding in running water. The only way to reach tke top is by a peiilous. road 5ft. wide and three miles loag. This singular mountain! was naraea for the Carthuaian monks by a fnria©p tribe of Indians who occupied it and were taught by the fathers. Tfc is now- 'owned as a summer resort T-y Senor Don Patrico Melmo, a rich bankep of Montreroyy a lucky Irishman wbo in Ms native Ijjnd was known as , _-iftia, Pat Jfatienk -i_ lk . d _ j

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Federal Politics SENATOR LYNCH ON THE FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913

Federal Politics SENATOR LYNCH, ON THE FIELDS. There are three Labor members of the Federal Senate who are again seeking re-election, arid these are Senators Pearce, Lynch and Needham. Senator Lynch has been touring the fields on behalf of himself and col leagues, and his Kalgoorlie and Cool gardie addresses have been patiently listened to. He spoke as the accredited representative of the Federal Labor Government^ and claimed that his party had come to stay. The Fisher Government had been three years in office and its record was without an equal in the political history of Aus tralia.' The Government had done wonderful work notwithstanding the evil machinations of the Fusion Party and the 'organs of the moneyed and privileged classes,' as th& Senator de scribed those who differ from his poli tical faith. The Labor Party had gathered to itself all the good points in politics, and its opponents had out lived th'eir usefulness and were ready for destruction. To the evi'dent sat...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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AN INTERESTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913

AN INTERESTING' , CASE. Frederick William _5ow proceeded against Graham Moore Leslie for dis solution of. a mining partnership, and the recovery of £6/9/9. ? ? Mr. R. S. Williams ^jieenan and Randall) appeared for Bow. He pro diieed a letter from Leslie in which the latter acknowledged: tie receipt of Bow's summons. ? Frederick William Bow said that in 1912 he was registered proprietor of P.A. 320S. He then unw Mr. Gra j ham Moore Leslie^, who was a member of the syndicate formed 10 work the P.A. mentioned. Defendant held a one-enth interest in ? the syndicate, and witness had paid, on his behalf, from April 23 to July 14, ±912, sums amounting to £6/9/9 in. ail. He pro duced a letter dated July 27, 1912, in which Leslie said he was glad to hoar of the developments, and stating th^t, as he had lleft Coolgardie, he .mast re linquish his interest in the. syndicate.' Witness then wrote asking- payment of Leslie's share 'of the costs. On August 6, 1912, Leslijs replied asking witness to ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913

_._ ? ..JJ1UM ..r.i.jn.jiLiuiL. ? ,._,.„ ? i... ,...__ '._,, ? : ? . ? NEW & SECONDHAND ~ r ~~ —MINING MACHINERY.— OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. PI ANTS .RECENTLY SUPPLIED TO— ' *' ' ? Bullfinch Proprietary Mine. . ,;;- Corinthian North Mine. f, Edna May Mine- h Mt Gormalong Mioe, Leonora. ; ! Kyarra Gold Mine. ' '. ^ , Royal Standard Gold Mine. ' S Great Victorious Mine/ Ora' Ba nda,*\ Etc., Etc. \ CASH OR TERMS. COR U h SPON D EKC E ? I ' VITED. The Westralian Machinery Corporat^y'Lit, BOULDER ROAD, KALGOORLU'. ''[ A HINT TO MINERS. ' ' '? Wlien your 'good lady is cutting your crib, /just ' Ai'afcb sire she is using ? . , 'SYDNEY' BRAND OF 'MEATS, FOR . — THEY ARE THE BEST. — PROCURE FROM YOUR STOREKEEPER./ Burbanks Store. ^«mn_«- ***?:. ; ? - Wearmouth- and. Ctu&aee, Proprietors. (GENERAL STOREKEEPERS & DRAPERS)' -, , _, , The Largest Stocks in the District, ' Oar Prices are Bed rock. Customers Waited on for Orders. Woodliue Trade a Speciality. AGENTS FOR' THE ' C...

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P.A. FORFEITED. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913

P.A. FORFEITED. ?; . . .? .. '.?.'... \ ' '. ' Martin Kiuru, a. Russian/' .-proceeded against John Pettifer, for the forfei ture of P.A. 329S. Iviuru stated that he watched the ground on January 30, 31 and February 1, and no work was done on those davs. He produced Ms 1 ' miner's right and -search.- He said that the registered owner, Pettif er, was away from. Coolgardie since towards the end of January, and was thought to be in Ora Banda. Applicant and Pettif er had 'been sliarenolders, but could not agree on the method of working, the ground, in connection with which Pettif er had departed from their agreement. Applicant then left and had not seen Pettier since. Petti f er, would not have any interest in the. ground and was not entitled to any. The forfeiture! was granted, the ap plicant to hav& the right of taking it up within 14 'day*

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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P.A. EXTENDED, [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913

' P.A. EXTENDED, ? John, Worrall applied f 01' a six months' extension of' P.A. 799. HThe Mining Registrar staged, that the In spector for Mines had Tecommerided that, this be allowed. — Granted.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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FORFEITURE OF G.M. LEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913

FORFEITURE OF G.M. LEASE. Arthur Thomas Williams applied for the forfeiture. of G.M.L. 1260, near Ford's Hill, registered in the names of Henry Rees and Frank Whiceh'orn. There, was no appearance of respon dents. . ^ ? Arthur T.: Williams stated, in evi dence, that he lad wateWd the ground ?on,- April 1, 2 and 3, and 'no work was being done. Ha obtained, a search, which He had fileid with Ms applica tion. Rees had [been out of the State about five ' years,, but Wbitehorn had done some -work.. jj'or the past two years the ground had been worked practically on tribute. When the tri butexs were no-t working Whitehorn was. He knew/ there had been three different parties working [there, but I he could not give particulars of the | ,work done. There «. had been some I sinking . and, 'driving, done,' mostly by Whitehorn. ,Th,ere -twas no agreement or understanding between IWMtehorn and himself respeuirng Tne lease, or the proceedings for forerture. He knew notMng wha-tever about the other ...

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Why is Coolgardie Depressed A BUSINESS MAN'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913

Why is Coolgardie Depressed A BUSINESS MAN'S 'VIEWS. When a representative of ? the 'Coolgardie Miner' mot a prominent citizen the other day, the question was put: 'Why is Coolgardie depressed?' The scribe answered with somewhat of reiteration, Why? 'Well, I'll tell you, said the prominent one. It is because for years past, Coolgardie has ?been despoiled by different Govern ments and deprived of its legitimate rights. I saw in a scissors and paste paper, yesterday, a clipping on the failure of the State mining industry in Bavaria. It struck me as strange that such an article should appear in a paper that advocates . the State ownership of butchers' shops, coal and iron mines, and maintains that the Government should be its own laundry woman. But that is beside the ques tion. ^Regarding the State mining system of Bavaria, Wihieh is so com plete a failure, you can listen, to this: 'The idea of exploiting the trea sures hidden in the soil for the bene fit of the whole community appeare...

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MILITARY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913

MILITARY NOTES. I Detailed results of the cadet compe tition held in Perth on the 29th ult. have not yet come to hand, but it is evident that had the Coolgardie boys known anything s about th'e land fea I tures of the rifle range they would have gone very close to the winning team. The competition was cTivid,efd into six sections, viz., physical drill, com pany drill, inspection, skirmisWng, march past and shooting under active service conditions. The first five sec tions of the competition were carried out on the Esplanade in Perth, and when this portion of th'e contest was completed! the Coolgardie team was running second to the team from Leederville. The shooting was done on the Karrakatta rifle range and j this completed thie competition. It -was arranged that the teams would eqin 1 mence shooting at disappearing tar gets when they reached the 400yds. /range. The 400dys. range at Karra katta is in a hollow, and when one lies down thle targets are not visible. The Coolgardie team...

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FOREIGNERS IN MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913

FOREIGNERS IN MINES. It is satisfactory to know that the employment, in our big mines, of foreigners ' who cannot speak English is to be put down. It eameloutin evidence, the other day in the Leonora Court, that a dozen Italians and Atis trians, employed on the Sons of Gfwalia mine, could not speak aor understand English, and Warden docket inflicted fines of £5 and costs in eight cases, , and '£10 in two others. The present j manager of the mine called attsntion'' to the fact that he had sent word to the Mines Department, and had also made application in Kalgoorlie, stating he was prepared to .employ 50 British miners, but he found that he could not get them. He failed to finid any British miners willing to work underground at the G-walia. Mr. Marks, who appeared for Inspector Greenard, remarked that- the influx of foreigners had forced them away from the district. To. that Mr. Wau chope replied the miners nad gone on. the land. Mr. Marks: 'Yes, after you- havjfl driven them from th...

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Tailings Licenses WARDEN'S PECULIAR POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913

Tailings Licsnses WARDEN'S PECULIAE POINT.y In the Coolgardie Court en Monday^ Warden Troy gave a decision on an application for a license to treat tail ings that he is sure' to hear some thing more about. Some time ago Messrs. Carswell and Moore obtained from Warden Walter a license to treat cjartain tailings on one of the old Lady Loch leases; and on Monday last Messrs. John Elliott and Thomas Moore applied for a similar license. The tailings are on ground that is identical with portion of G.M.L. 3900 (one of the Lady Loch group) that was forfeited on July 1, 1902. On his interpretation Oj. sections 109-110 of 'The Mining Act, 1904,' the .Warden stated he ' could not grant the license as the forfeiture took place prior to the passing of -the present Act. He remarked, incidentally, to the Mining Eegistiar, that the men might take th© tailings at their own risk, but he did not see how he could , grant a license. Now, section 109 of the present (1904) Act says:-— When any mining leas...

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CRICKET. COOLGARDIE V. KALGOORLIE FOOTBALLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913

CRICKET. COOLGARDIE V. KALGOORLIE FOOTBALLERS. The Kalgoorlie Footballers' Cricket Team paid their second trip to Cool gardie on Sunday and spent a very pleasant day. The visitors batted first, but were all disposed of for the small total of 55, Matthews being top scorer with 16. Coolgardie responded with 144, of which Pustkuchen hit up 64, taking considerable liberties with I the field. Maynard made 32, and I Ki'etchmar added 16 singles by pain S ful bowler-killing play, and thesn, re 8 tired. In their second effort ,the foot I bailers made 75 for the loss of five I wickets, and Coolgardie were victors I on the first innings by 89 ' runs. I I The following are the scores: — I KALGOORLIE FOOTBALLERS. I First Innings. 1 Matthews, c Pustkuchen, b P.yLan I caster .. .. . . ,.. .,, .... 16 I Cundili, c and b O'Shea ? 3 I Baker, c O'Shea, b P. Lancaster 10 [ McMorrow, b O'Shea ..,._...... 0 Johnston, run out ? 2 D. Jones, c Higgins, b O'Shea .. 10 Scott, b Crawley . . ,.„ , . „.' ? 1 J. ...

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ELECTRIC POLIOS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913

SLECSEIC POLICEMBH. ♦'Shocking policemen.' are promised conditions to continue. Conditions axe still unsettled on the north-west soast and further rain may be expected there and possibly extending to portions of the west coast and MurchiBon fields, while temperatures may ha expected to rise s&axplg ia, ggut&wdgteni areas.

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CRIPPLED LINER'S RETURN HOME. CAPTAIN ON THE BRIDGE FOR FIFTY HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913

CE2FPX.SSD LINER'S BETTJRN ; , HOME, CAPTAIN ON THE BRIDGE FOB FIFTY HOURS. t No more thrilling story of the stia has ever been told than that whieh was j revealed when the P. and O. liner Is ar f rang returned to London recently afcer being forced to abandon her voyage to Australia by a tremendous storm in the Bay of Biscay. I The sorely-battered vessel presented la grim picture of 'desolation. Her fore I mast was twisted like a piece of wire, I her port side was ripped open, the iron I plates of the foreideek had been torn I up, steam winches weighing twenty j 'fans' had been wrenched from their J positions, bulwarks were torn away and 1 I stanchions snapped; in fact the wnole j deck was a mass of wreckage. I I But when, the story of the terrible voyage was told by those who had been through it, one became able to under- I I stand. The wonder was, not that so I I much damage was done, but that the I Ship and its freight of human lives survived at all. The Naming left, Lon I 'don o...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913

RIFLE SHOOTING. The Hogg trophy, seven shots at 300 and 500 yards, attracted 31 mem bers of the Coolgardie Rifle Club to the ranges on Saturday and Sunday last. The weather conditions were good, though the Saturday shooters had the advantage of a more, even light. Possibles were scored by A. R. Mill and J. Hogg at 500 yards, while R. Ritchie, T. Werin, R. E. Walsh and W. G. Clarke notched one point short, and J. S. Eastmon also one point short at the 300 yards. Honors off the rifle were divided between ?. S East mon and W. G. Clarke with totals of 67. A. R. Mill, R. E. Walsh and T. Nevin reached the limit with handi cap, and will shoot off for the trophy to-day (Saturday). The tie between R. E. Loyall and M. P. Dunne, for the Clarke trophy was won by Dunne, who is a rapidly improving colt. Another new memberj W. R. Rmd, shoots with the steadiness of a veteran, and should be heard of later on. . The following are some of the scores: — Name 300 500 Hep Tl. A. R. MiU ? 29 35 '8 70 R. E...

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A Social Evening [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913

A Social Evening A social evening in the form of a Musical Romance was held in the Wesley Hall last evening, the Rev H. Faull presiding. Songs were render- ed by Mrs G Taylor and Mr F Jones Miss Alice Howarth accompanying at the piano. Mrs Jones read the Rom- ance the prize being won by Miss   Lily Barker. Excellent supper was   provided by the Ladies Guild  

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The Warden's Court. (Before Warden Troy, R.M.) MONDAY, APRIL 14. MINING LEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913

The Warden's Court.   (Before Warden Troy,. R.M.) MONDAY, APRIL 14. 'MINING LEASE.   John Martin and E. Crawford ap- plied for gold mining lease 851S. There was no objection. — Recommend- ed.

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