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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913

Boulder               Races           First Races starts at 1.15 p, Today: Saturday,     GOLDEN CITY CUP All Books and Tickets issued for Wednesday's Meeting (which   was postponed) are Available for Saturday Special Train leaves Coolgardie at 10.50 a.m.       J. Lyon Johnston, Secretary

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PHILLIP LYTTON CO. COMING. THE MAN THEY COULD NOT HANG." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913

PHILLIP LYTTON CO. COMING.   "THE MAN THEY COULD NOT HANG." On Monday next, April 28th, Phillip Lytton's new dramatic company will make their first appearance in Cool- gardie, when they will produce in the Town Hall, the successful play, "The ManThey Could Not Hang." Mr.   Lytton is fast becoming one of the foremost theatrical proprietors in Aus- tralia. The company, that is about to visit us is a very strong one, some of its members being metropolitan artists with splendid reputations. " The Man   They Could Not Hang" is a drama   with a true human purpose. It is the   true story of a good man's wrongs, the leading character being John Lee,   who in 1885 was convicted and sen- tenced to be hanged for the murder of a young lady at Torquay. He was tried at Exeter before Lord Cole- ridge and Sir F. Northcote (father of the first Governor of Australia). John Lee was only 19 years of age at the time. On three ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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COOLGARDIE RACING CLUB. THE ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913

COOLGARDIE RACING CLUB. THE ANNUAL MEETING. ____________           The annual general meeting of the Coolgardie Racing Club, Ltd., will be held at the registered office, Hunt-     sttreet, Coolgardie, on Monday next, at 8 p.m. The business as set out in the notice is (1) to receive the annual report and balance-sheet; (2) election of patron; (3) president; (4) two vice-presidents.; (5) nine members of committee; (6.) auditors, and (7) to consider any ,other business that may   be brought forward. In accordance with Rule 36, "The names of all its mem- bers of committee proposed as sub- mitting themselves for election shall be forwarded 24 hours berore the an- nual general meeting." The office will, therefore, be open from 7 till 8 p.m. to-night, as before. Members     are reminded that the annual subscrip- tion for 1913-14, £2/2/, must be paid on or before...

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MINER ACCOUNTS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 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. McIntyre

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Continuation Classes [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913

Continuation Classes At the meeting of the Council on Thursday evening the question of ex- cluding day scholars from the Contin- uation class at the Technical school was again brought forward by the Mayor who stated he had seen the headmaster at the State School (Mr Harper) who had supplied him with certain regulations and a copy of the curriculum from which it appeared to him that no child between 14 and 18 years of age could be excluded from the classes. They had the right to at- tend three classes, one of which must be English.   Cr Linkson — Did you see a letter from me, sir, about my boy ? He found he could attend the shorthand class only.     It was resolved on the motion of Cr Noonan seconded by Cr Faahan that a letter be sent to the head of the Education Department on the subject and that Mr McDowall be asked to back up the Council proposal.

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SPORTING. BOULDER RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913

SPORTING. BOULDER RACES. The Boulder Racing Club was un- fortunate with the weather for.- this meeting. For the opening day, Sat- urday last, the weather was close and threatening, but the rain held off, and there was a better attendance than had been feared,'and the gate re-   ceipts were regarded as highly satis- factory. The total was £570, and £5,808 went through the totalisator. Owing to the downpour which set in early on Wednesday morning, the coarse was flooded and not fit to race on. Besides, the rain continued to fall during the forenoon, and it was de- cided to postpone racing until to-day.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913

Union Bulk Beer, —AND— Union Gold Top Ale. Famous Throughout the Eastern Goldfields. Brewed and Bottled by The Union Brewery —Kalgoorlie    

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Prospector' Associatiom [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913

Prospectors' Association   The usual fortnightly meeting of the Coolgardie Leaseholders' and Pros- pectors' Association was held at the Australia Hotel on Friday evening, 18th inst., when arrangements were made for the quarterly meeting of the General Executive of W.A. Letters were received from the sec- retaries of the recently formed branches at Golden Valley and Green- bushes, acknowledging receipt of rules and pence cards. The letter from Greenbushes stated that the branch had secured a visit from the Minister for Mines, and that the unsatisfac-   tory condition of the State mill had been put before him. The secretary said that some improvement was need- ed in connection with all the State mills. It was decided to hold the half-   yearly meeting of the Coolgardie   branch on May 15, and that a social be held later in the season. The secretary was instructed to make the best arrangements possible for the publication of the offic...

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"A REMEMBRANCE." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913

"A REMBRANCE." I've kissed them all, both short and tall, I've kissed the bright, the seedy; But the sweetest kiss I ever had, Was the kiss I got from Edie. I've kissed the plain, I've kissed the vain,   I've kissed the tall and ready ;   But the bonniest kiss I ever struck, Was the kiss put there by Edie. I've kissed the old, with whips of gold, I've kissed the poor and needy' But the sweetest kiss that came my, way,             Was from the dainty lips of Edie. I've kissed those girls with raven curls, I've kissed the kind, the greedy; But the daintiest kiss I ever got, Was from my darling Edie. I've kissed the fair with wavy hair, ;I've kissed the squat, the weedy;   But the kiss that charmed my very ? Was from the lovely lips of Edie. I've kissed their eyes as blue as skies, The grey, the black, the beady; But the kiss that I remember most, Was from Edie, charming...

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BOWLS Notes from the Green [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913

BOWLS   Notes from the Green   The Kalgoorlie and Boulder A's meet at|Boulder onApril 19. On April 26 the Kalgoorlie and Coolgardie A's meet at Kalgoorlie. On May 3 the Coolgardie and Boul- der B's meet at Boulder. On May 10 the Kalgoorlie and Coolgardie A's try conclusions at Kalgoorlie.

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PERTH GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913

PERTH GOSSIP. The Prime Minister toid you gold- fields'people at the railway sod   shifting festivities that ,where ''La- bor, ruled prosperity reigned." Some people thought at the time this was a good joke to make in Western Aus- tralia. Everybody sees the joke now.   New South Wales, with oceans of loan money and a kindly-disposed weather clerk, has kept prosperous under La-   bor rule, in spite of innumerable strikes and the wild ragtagers boss- ing the transport facilities. Western Australia, with a smiling weather clerk and silent ragtagers, is pro- bably as far from prosperous as she had been for years because there is no loan money available. Mr. Bath got £100,000 last week from the Com monwealth for a short period, but it doesn't seem to have fertilised any thing, or inspired anybody. Mr. Kessel and Mr. Scaddan will be back early next'month, and they might be   able to set the Swan on fire with their London and Canadian exp...

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SPORTING. IN AND OUT RUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913

SPORTING.   IN AND OUT RUNNING. What is known on the raccecourse as   in-and-out running — another name for "reversal of form" — was so common during the recent five days' racing at Randwick that much head-scratching was indulged in in a vain attempt to   solve what, to thousands of people, was a complete mystery. If horses could be trusted to run true to form, racing would lose much of its charm, — its un-   certainty. Bookmakers would find their occupation gone, because finding   winners would resolve itself into a   question of simple arithmetic, be as easy as falling off a log to some peo- ple, and there would be no one to bet with. But horses are not machines, and therefore it is impossible (says a writer in the Sydney "Daily Tele- graph" ) to find winners with mathe- matical accuracy. Some are known to be unreliable, even when everything is properly ordered; but others seem to divine what is the corr...

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"ANY FOOL CAN BE AN INFIDEL." EDUCATION WITHOUT RELIGION. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913

'"ANY FOOL CAN BE AN INFIDEL.'" EDUCATION WITHOUT EELIGlON. The qualification of a strong man   was discussed by Mr.Fred B. Smith at   the midday meeting at the Y.M.C.A. Hall yesterday. "The size of his body," he said,   "does not prove much; nor is the strong man to be tested by his power to make money. Then is the intel- lectual man the strong man? The sense in which I am most like God is in my power to think. But the great Duke of Wellington said that if you educate a man without religion you are only making him a clever devil. Then what is the test of a     man? You remember when David was lying on his death-bed he called Solo-   mon to him and said to him, 'O, be thou strong, show thyself a man, and   keep the charge of the Lord thy God to walk in His ways and in His pre-   cepts.' That old man said to his much-loved son: 'Be thou true to God.' The test of real strength is a ...

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SANTA CLAUS DROPS 3,000 FEET. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 1913

SANTA GLAUS DEOPS 3,000 FEET. Three aeronauts had an exciting balJoon trip recently. Mr. Spencer, 'ohe pilot, Captain Penfold, an Australian parachutist, and a cinematograph opo ?rator ascended at Batitersea. Captain Ponfold was dressed as Santa Claus, and it was his intention to drop in B5 de Park and -distribute samples of Sandow's chocolate, the cinematograph operator taking pictures xhe while. Owing to 'the rough weather the partv were carried to Chelmsford before a landing was effected. Captain Penfold says at the start the balloon narrowly escaped colliding with a gasometer. This was! cleared through the dropping of a bag of sand; and in a twinkling they were dashed across the Thames. : While they were being whirl ed along ut the pace of forty-five mil 03 an hour h© sat on the edge ; 'of the. basket dressed as Santa Claus, aud watching for a ehanc© 'to get away in. the parachute. But there was no Hop9 j of getting clear of buildings. | Ac Chelmsford— thirty to thirty-five mile...

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THE FAMOUS CORRICKS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 1913

THE FAMOUS CORRICES. The above name is by no means a misnomer, as is proved in all parts oE W.A. by the splendid audiences; filial have attended the Corrick per- i formances, and ifc is safe to -predict; that when thev open in the Town Hall ! at Ooolgardie on Friday and Saturday nights the attendance will be as large, applause as liberal, and appreciation aa keen, as bestowed upon them during their previous visits to the town. The excellence of their orches tral and concerted items — the won derful bellringing, the cornet and mellaphone solos of Mi'ss Ruby Cor rick, the flute and piccolo playing of Miss Amy Corrick, and the accom paniments at the piano by Miss Cor rick are all equally entrancing and entertaining. Miss Elsie Corrick, who now takes the piace of Miss Alice, is nightly accorded ovations for her delightful singing, her soprano voice being one ..of wonderful richness and purity and great -voluma, Mr Leon ardComck, sasaphoneand clarionet, and Mr James Caldwell, popular Aus...

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Amusements King's Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 1913

Amusements ' .''.'.: King's Pictures Owing to the cold weather the above pictures will be shown on Thursday evenings only until further notice. The programme set d6wn for Thursday next is an exceptionally fine one and includes amongst other good films a special feature subject :2,000Et long by the rathe Frere Coy entitled Poverty's Thrall . \

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Coolgardie Racing Club, Ltd THE ANNUAL MEETING. CONGRATULATORY ADDRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 1913

Coolgardie Racing Club, Ltd THE ANNUAL 3J EJiTING. CONGEATULATOEY ADDEESSES. Tne annual meeting of the , Cool- gardie Eaemg (Jlub was held in tlia rooms, Hunt-street, on Monday even in'g, when the president and chairman (Dr. Ellis) presided over * 'large at tendance o± members. Dr. Ellis, in presenting zlie report and baianee-shaet for the .year ended April 7 last, said the year had been a highly successful one, and they were in a much better position than a year I ago, when they showea «, oalance in j cash of £535 as against £1000 now; j but still that was not Dufiieieut to { make them safe. They were in a posi- J tion to ofier laiger stakes tlk™ ias* year, and were giving a,o00 more. They were anxious concerning this policy, but hoped that owners would recognibe the club's efforts and give them better entries. ; They must have j fields of sis for each race, and he re cognised that the owners must help them so -that they- could, open their place tote on all events. With regard to t...

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SPORTING. Kalgoorlie Races First Day— Saturday, May 3, 1913 [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 1913

SPOETIN-G. -' : Kalgoorlie Races I First Day— Saturday, May 3, 1913 Kamballie Hurdles — i mifes Ld Parthia 12 12 Braeside 9 7 DrLunn n 5 Tabu 9 5 Mosque 10-12 I Kalgoorlie Guineas— 1 mile ; Orient Queen 8 2 Snapcap 8 2 ! C, Secretary S ' 2 Roserial 82 I Mullingar Plate- -6 furlongs ! Full Sail 9 7 Third Best % 4 ! Marcaux 9 2 Binate 6 10 ; Glorify v 9 x gusa 67 j Golden Orb 8 13 ? ? ' I Golden Mile ; I Dingwall 8 13 High Guard 73 ! Golden Orb 8 2 Eggshell 6 8 [Utopian 8 1 Lpuvima 67 j Third Best 7 9 Julia B 6 '7 Alary 7 9 Footman 6 ' ' 7 I Muralite 7 5 Skipton 67 [ Mullingar Purse— 6 furlengs ' I Buttons 90 Confidenca ' 7 3 ;Testudo' 8 2 Aloaia 67 Independent 8 o Circa 6-7 ; Brown Sherry 7 8 Sparta Boy ' 67 ! Volition 7 g Fast ;? .67 Hackee 7 5 Whirligig 67 : Black Art 7 3v Aust Girl ?. 6' 7 Welter Handicap — 1£ miles ThigenThu 911 Solo Girl 3 o Mnralite 97 Floggcr . . 7 13 James III 9 1 Lady M 713 The Trigger 9 1 Flinty 7, 7 Moora 811 Native Heath 77 Crown Thistle 811 Mistake - y 7...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 1913

'?»?-'. g*ri_!C© £m_l Pf__os__''. frot_. ©InSU.' & welWsaowa &o.va3 oSSo^r j^ave.. b tmri. etl mfiMrmsS ET-jjfpr-pai-iy to c^taiis ? &i b5s feachelor coHea^ijca in tha sss*» vies. ?* Tho ''ia&st, who is m-t . ®9s eekspt in t_© ert ©f crii'Ving, ocea sion®_ much msrrimeat by his haa4» ling of a b% turkey. ' One veteraa ofilcer, w!-.« .W 8Vf» fenced considerable unewhificss afc ihfl result ©f the host's efforts to dra«? the dSEssiHg through tV.h «ide oj tho » l-ird, finally leaned to^urd tho -head ©I Use table, eutd jxi a . fcoarea. trhiti . 'SV^hc1^ a.i%, cagAo-Ja ? A littk ??_33i__ca- a_i '' i

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LARGEST GARAGE. ,WILL ACCOMMODATE 145 'BUSES AND GIVE "WORK TO 500 MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 1913

.;iv- : /']v LAEGBST GABAGB. '.WILL ACCOMilODATE 145 3BUS3S AND GIVE WOEK TO 500 MEN. Wioh the coming of the New Ye.ir . ? there will be completed at Willesden ' ' fcreen the largest garage in the world. It -s being bnih by the London General Omnibus Company, and will accommo date 145 'buses. The garage, which is u, ;iv *t, +iio in.rp.sh -nrincioles, conta.ns original and useful devices for the - ha ao ling of motor-omnibuses. ^ The flo:.r is.oi concrete, OT-d the roof is d, g ass | ? on-i. .About 500'meii will be empio/ed -.:???' uicludiiig- ? arivers,v- ' conductors and ?wjsters in.coB^efttaon^with^he estab ? ? ''?'-?''?' \

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