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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
' Old Established Butchers, ? ?' DAY LEY STREET. ?. . BEST BEEF AND MUTTON IN TOWN. ' Ti.'LW'pnONK 2r-. ? ', ? v' ? . ..U0E3E FEED. : ' .' Compare these prices wit.li tli'wo r«.u .mi paying : — ? , ? j - CHAFF, per ton, £.'- ; Half- ton, £'- 2- 6.1 ; U-ss 5- 3d per cwt. (Deliver^ in liinlmiK 2h 01 M-n-tnu pxtiv). OATS. New Zealand wl f- . rr. li-.i. 5 hair !--« at. 4s 10.1 !-'? bushel, !o-s 4s lid. BRAN, 5 bag lot at Is 7£.l | or J.mkM i 1 'lnfrl- 8£«, 1«« 1* 10d ?POLLARD, 5 bag loi'»t N 7,£l 1 e-1 bii«liel ; 'I Upc J-* 8JH. less 1* 10d. ?'WHEAT, 5 baq lot ai ^ M 1 1:» j-er bii'«.hi;l' ; 1 bag Is 8,1, loss 4s GJ, WE GUaKAN'J'IOK PRIMEST QUALITY, Tr&aspopt Trading* & Agency Co. of W.A. Limited. J. * .-. BKlGub., Tobacconist and Hairdresser?,., ? OOOLGARDIK. ' '' ' Beat Brancls of Tobacco, Ci^ firs nnd' OiffnreMeP, and All Smokrrs' Requisites Always On lluiid. Own Mixture a Specialty. T'rj Our ' Oceolo' Sharap«.._;3O sli«mpoos for 1.-. Gd. Best en the Market. : ' ALHAM...
COLONIAL ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
COLONIAL E^GLBSH* 'Plei Ekscuse SpelHn and Graraer.— The schoolmaster is abroad — very much abroad, judging by the following order for go-ds sent (according to a S.A. paper) to r.n Adelaide bns'ness firm by a cheerful ?sor,l whose habitat is Tailem Bend. iH( re it is :— -Stirs, — Pies send these gi ds at wons. I wunt them for Krist mus, -6 pownd knrins, 6 pownd rasints. Them butes yoit sent ain't the ritebutes. They is 9 I take 7. Yu must think 1 got fo.te lik darn -blakfeler kanoos, I bag flower, 6 pownd sager, 6 pownd rise. I had a bad fire toosdy. Burned nearly all me gras and fritened the doos out av ;ther cows. Ole wumans bin sik ever sins. 1 pownd bakin soder, l'pakic cawn .flowr for grooel. They gawn of ther rnilk and got sor tits and wout febe. 10 pown baken, good bakin no dried orse like last time with a de a hi'nch , thik. 1 bag. shngai*. It give pertikler el to rhe rabbits and snakes. Burned em rite out. 1 tin trekil' 6 tins gam. Tell the butcher to i?end 12 pnwndrostin m...
COOLGARDIE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
COOLGAEDIE CLUB. A meeting of the Coolgardie Foot ball Club was held at Reynold's Globe Hotel on Saturday evening, when there was a good attendance of mem bers. It was expected, owing to the remarks of one of the delegates to the assocaition at the last meeting of that body, that something would be said about withdrawal, through it having been decided that any surplus in the hands of the association at the end of the season should again go to the charities. The good sense of members Compelled them to ignore this puerile idea, and the delegate not being in attendance, no reference was made to it. Perhaps the delegate Jiad not ex rressed his views quite clearly, and his remarks at the association, meeting may have been taken too seriously at the time. They certainly did not have the sympathy of the club. Since the previous meeting a -jount. of costumes had been made, and it was found that only six guarnseyg and a dozen pairs of knickers would be required. It was decided, there fore, t...
THE CO-OPERATIVE SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
THE CO-OPEEAllTE SYSTEM. .Slowly, but with an ever increasing certainty, great changes in our min ing methods are being brought about, and in connection with this industry, ,as well as in manufacturing processes, ?.steam power is doomed. The arrival . of the gas producer plant is of very recent date, but wonders have already ?been effected. Economy, eificiency 'and cleanliness are the characteristics of this new motive power. The great saving in fuel and labor gives the gas producer a marked advantage over steam plants, and this. is a paramount consideration in undertaking the de velopment and treatment or low grade: -ore bodies. But it is not all these bodies that can be made payable un less there is a plant on me spot and . such provisions made as will disperse /with all avoidable handling and the cost of cartage. Another condition then comes in, and that 3S in the. fact that most owners oi low grade shows cannot find the capital required for the erection of a modern plant to econ...
Football. ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
? Football. ASSOCIATION MEETING. The fortnightly meeting of the as sociation was held at the Westral Hotel on Friday evening, April 3S, when Mr. Harry Crouch presided over a full attendance of delegates. Upon the correspondence being dealt T»r;vi4- an A r-ci-35(if] t-.hpw nT*k of aoDoint ing umpires for the season was under taken, and Mr. J. O'Leary, whose ser vices gave general satisfaction last season, was again appointed central umpire, and Messrs. A. Berryman and J. Cockburn wero selected as goal um pires. The association also decided to as* eept the Council's offer of the Recrea tion Ground on the terms laid down, 15 per cent, of the gate receipts. The secretary was instructed to write to Mr. Bert Hansen and thank him for his generous oiler of a £2/2/ trophy which is to be presented* to the best all-round player in the association for this season. Messrs. J. Briggs, W. Ogilvie and Hiddlestone were appointed as a com mittee to select the player entitled to Mr. Hansen 's trophy o...
MINING. WORK AT TINDALS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
: MINING. . ' f WORK AT TIJSTDALS. The work of equipping the Perse verance shaft by the Tindal }s .man agement is progressing rapidly, and 6HortlyLsthen.2,-;gpy/evro t»g hg bk k bailing should be in mil swing shortly. There are several mining men ?who do not think this is a wise under taking, although it has been recom mended on several occasions. Their contention is that a bar of hard coun try cuts across between the Tmdal's and Perseverance lodes, ana that it is unlikely they are continuous. When the Tindal's Go. took up the aban doned Pereseverance ground, about three years ago, the idea was, as now held by the management, uhat the TindaFs lode ran into tne ground, but those who doubt the wisdom of spend ing money on this shaft point out that, in addition to the supposed hard cross bar, the ore in the rerseveranee has been underhand stoped about 100 feet, taking the workings down to 300ft. The 'returns i-i tne Mines De partment, however, show that payable ore was treated, and the...
The Play. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
The Play. I jJire .Brigade won the toss and took I advantage of the wind whieh was I blowing from the wtfS-ern goal. Cool- I gardie rushed the ball down from the I bounce and a kick off the ground se- I cured thipo a goal in the first five I minutes' play. Brigade then took the j aggressive aud had all the best of I the quarter. When the bell rang for quarter, time the scows wnvft. vw* 1 Unmade, 2 goals 7 behirids; Coolgardie 1 croal. In the second quarter Brigade dash 9rt off against the wind and notched a minor, but Coolgardie then' took up' the attack and a goal resulted. Another was kicked shortly afterwards, but the goal umpire missed this, and a minor 'only .was awarded. Three sin gles were put on by Coolgardie. but' '?bellows to 'mend 7 in so many direc tions told against their pla,y. At half time the record ,was: — Fire Brigade, 2 goals 8 bshinds; Coolgardie. 2 goals 4 behinds. ' , . . ? ( ( Having the wind in their ' 'favoV again, Brigade had the best of thje fnird quarter,...
A PRACTICE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
A PRACTICE MATCH. The Fire / Brigade and Coolgardie teams met in a friendly practice match on the Recreation Ground last Sunday afternoon, when Mr. B. Wear mouth, of the Burbanks team, acted as central umpire in a highly satis factory manner. The Brigade had a fairly representative eighteen, or ra ther nineteen, but Coolgardie had trouble .in getting a team, several makeshifts being availed of. A num- - ber of the men were not costumed, i and this gave the game a diversified I appearance. On the «r?io!e the Brigade men showed the results of more atten tion to training than their opponents, but this match should do them all some good. As was to be expected at this end of the season, there was very little good football, anff, in a game that was merely a scramble iff was difficult to single out any special fea tures. Certainly, one or two men. who were supposed to. be something extra special did not come up to their repu tation, but in a game where more at tention is paid to position, ...
Uncollected Wheel Taxes. Decision of the Council [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
Uncollected Wh *el Taxes. Decision of the Council .... Gr LinksOn inquired at the meeting '?of. -the coun6il on Thursday evening if the wheel tax on wooddrays had been ocllected. ' . ' The Town Clerk said he had seen Mr Wymo-nd, who stated ' they were . licensed by the roads board. . Cr. Nisbet : Those owners who re side in the town should pay their fees to the council. Did the Town Clerk see the owners of the drays? He was sent to see Mr Wymond. The Town Clerk; said he had not seen the owners. Cr Faahari : That is how we are losing revenue. I know that one firm has paid on two carts, but not on two other vehicles. The council has to keep the roads and should get the i tees' of those ' residing in the municipality. The Town Clerk: Do you say I' have not applied ? .'; - Cr Faahan :. Sit down, Sir ! ; Cr Nisbet moved, tha.t the Town Clerk should sec the Owners, of ail drays and other vehicles individually, and ask for the rates. He recognised the , Town Clerk was pressed for time, Cr ...
Fatal Mining Accident [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
Fatal Mining Accident ? A fall of earth occurred at the Syd ney Mint mine, Kunanalling, oa Tues day, whereby an Italian named Dom inico Caell was. so badiy. crushed that he died within 20 minutes cf being brought to the surface. In the ab sence of the Inspector for Mines, ' Mr Arthur Williams , went out and his evidence as to. th v. state of the work ings was given at the inquest. Constable Walker went out on Wed nesday and returned about one o'clock on Thursday morning after a terrible journey on account of the heavy con dition of the roads. The body was conveyed to the hospital morgue and was viewed by the coroner and a jury comprising Messrs J. T. Griffiths, R. JNisbet and A. Cameron. The in quest was then adjourned until yes terday when the jury returned a ver dict of accidental death ?? . '^;.. i .?'...
POISON AND DAGGER. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
POISON AND DAGGER, j\n attempt has been made to kill . PriLee Yamagata, one of 'che Elder Statesmen of Japan. The attempt' was unsuccessful, the Prince escaping on Uurt. ' The would-be aasassui committed sui cide He had concealed on his person a -tiose of morphine and a sharp-ed^ed aagger, and while attempting to ao prwch Prince Yamagata he was m refited. The motive appears to be a mystery. Innce Yamagaca was comander o'f th- Pu-st Army in the Japan-China ' war. — ? ? ♦- ? . 1 The Upper Ehymney Valley (Mon\ Iacensed Victuallers' Association de cided to abandon the custom of giving free drinks at Christmas time, and '?£ stead to devote £1OD to charitable move meats ia.fche locali^;. '
DEATH OF THOMAS BIBBY. POUND. DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
DEATH OT THOR1A& iUBBY. POUND DJROWINJKD. . Great regret was expressed on Sun day morning when it 'became ' known that the body of Thomas Bibby, a very old resident of . CoiMgardie, had been found floating in the King taolg mon dam, which is situated., almost opposite ; his late residence. -Lieut, M. L. E'eid'was driving to tho' rifle -butts when he sawjthe body, and the police were at - once informed. Deceased Js coat and vest were on the bank, but otherwise he was clothed. Ji'or years Bibby had been a. great sufferer from asthama, and last week ha complained of being -.very ill. -' An. liiquest was opened by the Goroner (Mr. A. P' Wymond)__and adjourned until Thurs^ day. On Monday the remains were interred in the'Boman oatnolie por tion of the Coolgardie Cemetery, when there was a large attendance' 'of the deceased ;s friends, and the funeral service was conducted by the Eev. Dr. O 'Hurley. The pall-bearers included Messrs. P. Cunningham and J. Dryden, both old friends of ...
ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
STEMS OF INTEREST Defaulting Eatepayers— Attention iS drawn by advertisement that the first moiety of rates for the current, year 1912-13 ore now overdue, and if not paid before the 3dlb itist^ distress warrants will be issued fur .their ie covery forthwith. Municipal Clerk— X- hen tb.e Fin ance committee of the Coitocil opened applications for the position of the as istant to the Town Clerk, it, -was ;ound that there were only two ap Dlicants, Jack Jeffries and C. N, Tou sel. The Mayor explained that as 1 lie lad was wanted at once, the com- j iiittee had taken the responsibility of ] ippointiog young, Touzel, and the i Council endorsed this action. . j A Scottish Oath— When taking the j 3ath before giving evidence in con nection with the inquest on the late Thomas Bibby, Dr Mitchell said he would do so in the Scottish fashion. Raising his right arm aloft the doctor made the declaration to speak the truth as law and custom decree in the Land 'o Cakes. ^Municipal Council— The usual ...
Electric Light Question [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
* r''~' ? ? ' 1 ?????./? . Electric Light Question At the conclusion of the- general business of the Council on Thursday evening, the Town Clerk read the minutes of the special meeting held in Committee, a week prevjouslj , deal ing with the proposal of the Electric Supply Company to sell its plant, works, etc, to the Municipality. The minutes were extremely brief and simply mentioned that the Mayor in. o-nV-r-r-it+.iri(T IVTv Prinrrlo'c Vonfirf. TP marked that he was surprised to have seen it published in the ' Coolgardie Miner '?. There would have been grounds for surprise if a matter of so great local importance had not found ? publication in* the local paper. The minutes record that discussion ensued and the following resolution was ad opted unanimously — 'That this Coun cil after fully discussiug the matter does not see its way to consider the offer.' The was only one Councillor absent from the special meeting. Those present, and the Town Clerk denied having given any informati...
Signed Articles [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
Signed Articles ; -J** 3i Wi'.Eirwan ' is the first name ' signed on the goldfields under that great : achievement, the Federal law that reruires a signature to all politi cal articles published in the press af ter the issue o£ writs for any election. Mr Kirwan's is scarcely a political ar ticle, and this par is certainly not. It is merely a thrilling item of informa tion. 8y the way, it may also be . mentioned for general information, . ' that since this new and statesman-like law has come into operation, the leg itimate press of Australia is charging candidates for., the publication of their lueubratioDS. i-
Our Eastern Letter. Sydney, April 8th, 1913. The Heels and the [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
; Our Eastern h®tt®r. .?-??-? Sydney, April 8th, 1913. The Heels and the ££©ad. In the rtua,cor.v ot the healthy human subject the heels ale ruled, by the head. Ir the anatomy of the body politic it is generally believed 'that a similar order should prevail, and that, if the position should un happily be reversed, and the heels assume' to rule the head, some very grotesque and distressing contortions may be expected to follow. The Gov ernment stands for ttoe head, and the bodies of men whom it employs for the heels. It is being pointed out jhst now that the lieels have laid themselves out to rule the head, and that if, like certain misguided Am moniues mentioned in Scripture, they had not made, one or two of their demands /entirely inadmissible, . they would have- ben triumphanlty success ful In the railway strike., the men ''downed tools' without a moment's no'tice, inflicting thia gravest incon venience and loss on their fellow citi zens and on the rest of the service *TMs was a f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
TRY A DREADNOUHT OF UNION BEER No other kept ' . ? 'Latest patent Class Washer Installed ;' ALL BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS / ' Mottle Department a Specialty. Everything at Kalgoorlie Prices. TELEPHONE 18. ; J. P. MAKTIN, Proprietor. Ber&^T *Tb~^T P-l ^\^'/Oi1 feiannan Street cIVOy JHO Lt51.j ' K©!g©@rl!e All Old Cooigardie and Kalgoorlie Friends Welcomed. Only Best Brands Stocked. Miss E. Brien -??'. - Proprietress AUSTRALIA , HOTEL ; Opposite Post Office. Catto's Special Bulk Whisky - , . Splendid Accommodation ; Billiard Room and attention. Best on the Fields. '. - A Popular House with Visitors, K. Misbet - ' -'' - Proprietor ? .DENVER CITY HOTEL, . ., . . COOLOARDIE. Ri LOWMAN . - - Proprietor Close to Railway Station, Municipal Gardens and Bowling Green. - BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS. — ALL DRINKS ARE THE COOLEST Srand Bar Hotel. m f First-class Accommodation. Only the Best of Ales and Wines Stocked.* \ EXCELLENT TABLE. G. TOM.I, Lie@H@@© : Metropolitan Hotel . .. Bayley Street; ...
A Weak Spot. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
A Weak Soot. One of the weak spots of the local Government Act is coming into unde sirable prominence. It is the pro vision under which, after the local Couneil and the departmental authori ties have threshed' the matter out ? from, every conceivable point of view, the ratepayers are called upon to vote whether a loan shall be contracted or not. A case in point has just oc curred at Mosman. Out of 2,546 voters on the roll, only 139 took the trouble to vote. The majority of 'this ? small number was in favor of Con ? tracting the loan; and there was also I a majroity in favor of rating on the j unimproved, in/preference to the im proved, value. But it is very easy to see that it wouH have fceen easy for any maleontent minroity to have frus trated the whole of the proceedings. Are JAustralians really as much in love with the system which calls upon them to manage their own affairs as the Act assumes they are? .? Z .-\ \.
Rich and Liberal. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
... Bich and Liberal. The demise of Mr. A. A. Bangar removes a pastoralist who was not only wealthy, but. exceedingly liberal. Hs was one of four gentlemen who contributed £10,000 each to the. Dread nought fund, and he wasrthe last sur vivor of the quartette. The others, it may be remembered, . were Mr. Sam Horde.rn, Mr. W. F. Buchanan, and jur. waiter nail, liig estates were tnanaged on the most approved modern lin.es. The Gostwyck wool often topped the market, and the Suffolk 'Bunches' bred at Mooki Springs ? Were in a class by -themselves among draught stock. Mr. Dangar's name . lieaded most of the lists or charitable subscribers in his district. He de frayed the whole cost of the Dangar Cottage Hospital, and, wnen he died, at the ripe age of 78, he was engaged ,?? in ? building a new church for the An 'glicans, the communion to which he belonged. How many private persons, benefited by his largesses may never be known, but the number must be ,,veiy large. For some years Mr. Dan p...
Amusements King's Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
Amusements &nbsp; King's Pictures Owing to the cold weather the above pictures will be shown on Thursday eyenings only until further notice. The programme set down for Thursday next is an exceptionally fine one and includes amongst other good films a special feature subject 2,000ft long by the Thanhouser Coy entitled The Dove in the Eagle's Nest.