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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 1913

' SPOKTINGa : Soltano and Nightwatch rate as tl»e bent two-year-olds seen -out in _s'ew Zealand this season, and- opinions are Bivided ob to which ia the better. Nightwatch is by Treadmill, snd Sol tano by Soult. As usual with so niany succesijful racehorses nowadays, St. Simon nnd Musket appear ia the pedi grees of -each- colt.. , Mr. Si Hordern fcems to have bred a tiseldl liorse \Vhen 'Pinftenba, by Haut Brion frbm Pink Pearl, was foaled at his Bind. Pinkenba has been long in coining, but now, at six years old, he proved equal the oilier day to winning I'oowboniba T,C, Handicap, of a mile and a quarter, from nine -others, to al.l of whom he grave from, 51b. to 40!b. and a beating. Pinkenba, who was third favorite, ran the mile and a quarter in record time lor ths course — _tn. 9 l-5s. Spearmint, a son of the mighty Car bine, was credited last season with 29 foals. His stud fpe is 250 guineas, so ihat his ownsr, Major Eu.*tace L^der, oblairifd the tidy sum of 7,^50 guineas annuall...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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A PRACTICE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 1913

$ ---??? , ? . ??i.)*:t.V ??? :- ? .?????? ?;.?? ??. ?' ?- '' A PEACTICE MATCH. . A number of players in the Cool gaslify'and Fire Brigade teams had an .\: '. -other practice match, on the .Recreation ; Ground,' on Sunday, buf unere was very little in the game, which Brigade ;. won in the last live minutes.- The ''''teams were not evenly balanced in numbers, it being a ease of anyone having a kick. Anyone watching the , play must have been convinced that many of the players require a lot of '..-?;?.? practice yet to satisfactorily face four solid quarters, but to-morrow' will show the stuff they are all made of. . .

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NOTES ON THE MINING INDUSTRY. East Murchison Goldfield. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 1913

NOTES ON. THE MINING . INDUSTEY. . . East Murchisok Goldfield. ; The work of the Inspector of Mines,, for .the East Murchison goldfield dur ing th.e past year comprised 185 mine inspections, 3,289 miles, of travelling, 11 reports on applications ior; Govern ment assistance, investigations at^o accidents and usual routine work. During the. year mining on the Easij Murchison goldfield for the most .part, has been dull, although inany ' small prospecting shows have ..maintain their average outputs, and values,. and. several new ones : hay £ commenced ope rations. . , ? ; .;? - .'..'' ;;-y. ? '? \ . .-?' -.-, . , The Lawlers ?; - district Irpm . 9,102.. r,ons of ore yielded -7,33S , fine ozs. of gold, a considerable . decrease on the1 previous year's operations. The Sandstone district shows a mark ed increase, having yielded S4,0S7 fine ozs. gold, to which the Youanme Gold Minos Lt. contributed 22,463 ozs. The Wiluna district has not. varied much from tho condition shown in 1911, hving ...

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FOOTBALL. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 1913

'' '? PQOTBALIi, ?*', V1^.; !: ASSOCIATION MATCHES. ? '' The first preniiersliip mateli in eon ? ,?; nection with the Coolgardie and. Dis ..'?./,. trict Association will be played oil the : Recreation Ground to-morrow, when * ' ; Coolgardie and Fire Brigade teams ? will meet in earnest. . Both sides will have a number of new players in their ranks. The Brigade boys are in good nick, 'but the Coolgardieites state they : . like their own chance. The teams will be selected from the following — Cooigardie ; Kuhlrnaan, ...?-.- Jones (2), Taylor, Logan, .jiiaguire, ;? . - Hewitt, Edwards, lieid, 'i'ardif, Gray, ,?.- Austin, James, Kretchmar, Williams, Micheil,;Pustkuchen, n.iggius, Thorn ton, Griffiths, Reid, 'W , Lancaster, Boundy. Fire Brigade ; Penglass, ?'???? Smith, vJrawley,l)8vine, G'Shea, Er skine. Dunstan. Outridge, Larcombe, Koss, Jones, Lancaster, Dunne, Bead, Carr (2), Castagnetti, Baiieg

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

W R ^*F?M- if® \-\- o liAo i . -- d^ &1& i&J? q AViloji^ovo) '?? (Late of Victoria Park, Perth, and Children's Hospital) 'Wishes to notify the public of Ooolgardie and District that he has purchased. the , ' ?????. . ' eOOLGXVRBfE VHl^n^^&U (Late Cawthray's) The stock has been considerably increased and all Medicines, Drugs, etc,. ; will be sold at g£HL$£©©'RL,IE PRS©ES * ' ? — . ? ^_^. McKeiizie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. May be consulted daily* ?;? ? Old Council Chamber, Opposite Denver City Hotel, Houra 9 a.m, to 9 p.m Don't Take Me Home I , ' ' ' ? '~ ? ^~ ? '— ' . ? Take me to ? , , Cecil's : Arcade, ; ? , ,- ? Opposite Law Courts, __ Where you can get the latest in Fashion Books, 1 Novels and School Books always on hand Coolgardfe Miner delivered regularly * JLjP ? ~ AjIJL&)\j IJiivl k5'JJL« ? - Dairy Produce B/ler chant. Commission and Indent Agent WOODWARD STBEET ' Local agent for James G-illespie, Ltd, Millers, Northern, Eobur Tea Go, L...

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The Strike Affliction [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 1913

' ;: ? . V;':. '? ^Tfe' Strike 'Affliction. '.' . '- v; ' \ One. question which concerns the public very much at present is in dastrial unrest. Under Labor, it will continue. The position is bebom- .. ing unbearable. In two years there have Seen 230 strikes,, ijivolving a loss to the working classes oi: over £8,000,000. — M^ Fairbain:, at South 'Yarra. ? ': ? ' ? R&ie from Canberra ??;./??-? - \':- You may as well try to put a battleship through --the eye of a ndedle as to put effective legislation for tho whole of the Gommoriwealth -.„ through one Legislative Assembly at Canberra.--MrDea'; in, at Sydney ;??.?? '' ' ;;' Th-; UMkg 'Prophet'''' x j Loafing is a good thing. Throughout the world Ion' ing is the am Jbition of every man who wishes to get on. If the men have loafed, it is to their credit, because every man who makes a job lasi longer helps to .? -?:?: reduce the time between that job and the next.— Mr J.:Lm Curtain, Sec retary of the Woodworkers' Union — The kind o...

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The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1913 THE PRICE OF MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 1913

Published Weekly SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1913 THE PRICE OF MEAT. That the cost of living is increasing in this State no one can deny, and it is well that the -workers should be eareful not to do anything that, may lend towards a reduction of their earning power. One of the most seri ous items to which consideration of cost is now directed is the price of meat, and steps have already been taken by; some of the firms to bring about an all-round increase, the reason for this being the unuottally high wholesale price at the Fremantle and Kalgoorlie abattoirs.' This is strange reading in face of the promises of the Scaddan Government to give us cheap { meat as the outcome of the purchase | of Government steamers that were j to burst uj- the owners of cattle stations and reduce the cost of beef and mut ton to meet the cirv,amstauces of the poorest. There weire many who at the time ridieuled this idea, and pre dicted, that the Government butchers' shops -would be of no benefit to the community, l...

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The Referenda. WHY YOU SHOULD VOTE NO Because [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 1913

[?] [?] You have the freest- and most democratic constitution in the woild, Youi* own PtuHamnnt can manage State affairs better than' a Parliament 2,000 miles away ' * - 1 TT^s J nscL -ss t / - - ? *\ By vo-mg '? YES '' you will be losing rights that the States of .Am_i,G.i iouglil; its Federal Governments retain. llj voGing ? YES ' the regulation of all business concerns from s .? selling peanuts to bliiiding railways, from prospecting to run^ - ning Great Jt5oulders, will be managed from Canberra. ' i ','?-' Because :_' By voting ' ]STO ' the development 'of Western Australia will - be leitto Western Australian electors. You have only 5 mem ' bers in the House of Representatives out of total of 75 'Because - j ^ -By voting _' i\0 ' you will attain the management of Australia. j .-.?, by its Parliaments, and not hand it over to the secret Caucus :. Because '' . '' ' ;, - LTow is the time to hold fast to the free governing powers we j ; eujoy. ,I-o not, vote away your liberty, Do no...

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GOLDFIELDS GARDENING. NOTES FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 1913

GOLDFIELDS tfAEDENINS. NOTES FOB MAY. This should b;e a busy month in the vegetable garden, r.nd advantage Bhould be taken of the good condi tions of the ground since the last rain. The soil, should be well worked and good decomposed stable manure j thoroughly worked in. The success of ] gardening depends upon the prepara- i tion of the ground from which the plants must obtain suitable food it they are to thrive. A few more cauliflowers may now be planted out; also cabbages. Sow onions, beet, spinach (winter), lettuce, tur ndps, jpea.s, radfishfes and all jsalad3 that maybe fancied. A succession of cabbage, lettuce, spinach, radishes, etc., should bef maintained, as this will be found better than growing too much of one thing at a time. For the flower gardten any of the following mav be sown in the open (warm corners), or in boxes, but thle soil should be kept regularly moist ened;' — Antirrhinum, calliposis, cam panula, candytuft, carnation, calen dula, centa-urea, eJjrysanthemum3 ...

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

? — —AND— ~» Fatnous Throughout the Eastern Goldfields. ???'?'?''. Brewed and Bottled by' The Union Brewery . '« . ; . 'Kalgborfk All Old Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie Friends Welcomed. Only Best Brands Stocked. Miss B.. Briery; - - Proprietress ' f AUSTRALIA HOTEL i Opposite Post Office. \? Catto's Special Bulk Whisky. ' Splendid Accommodation. f Billiard Room and attention. Best on the Fields. | A Popular House wijfch Visitors. ?' ' r Sf.Wisbet ? '?-/? j ?;??-; ;V: Proprietor i DENVER CITY HOTEL, ' fe COOLGARDIE. | . R. LOWMAN - - Proprietor § Close to Railway Station, Municipal Gardens and Bowling Green. ' . « , - BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS. - | ALL DRINKS ARE THE COOLEST ' \' Metropolitan Hotel . . Barley Street. Mrs. WMfcakep and Miss Butlep Proprietresses. / ______ '? r T i MOST POPULAR- HOUSE IN TOWN. ?; * - Splendid Accommodation. s If ' ' .' ,' \ UNION BEER ON DRAUGHT. ' , '/ Best Brands only of Wines and Spirits. \ \ The Metropolitan is the House, where Everything is of the Best Q...

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The State Battery. A GOOD RUN. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 1913

^^=~~ ? — ? — — The State Battepy. j _-- ? — v— ? , i A GOOD BUN. The Coolgardie State battery start- i ed its run on MaTch 1, and the final j clean up was on April 22, when some j parcels could not' be- waited for as the mill had closed down owing to the j heavy roads having delayed carting, j But for the heavy and welcome Tains I over -1,800 tons would have been put I through, but as it was an other re turns of recent years were beaten, I which is something that pessimists I should make a note of. During March 1,104 tons were treated for l,2_2ozs., or an average of loz. 2dwts. 12grs., which is also a record for a very con siderable time. The parcels finally j dealt with in April amounted to 681% toes, but 35% tons of this were milled in March, though not cleaned up in April. The total for the run, there fore, was 1,755% tons for 1,546o3r. 5 dwts., or an average of ITdwts. 15.3 grains. The average is a good one, and the way ore is now being broken there will be some good parcels bo...

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THE BISHOP SCORE [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 1913

'W-;. ??,???-?'? ???;r~'-:\« ??: -Y ;'-.;- ^ ^u excellent .3tory is told of -tb*& Isi* : ' -K ?Bishop ;of Bipo^jT who,. when addrcsein^' ? ^as. interrupted (says thQ 'Ch-^-h Family ifewspap.er') by an Atiti Jto- lasked him,; if he. ^believed ^ao Jpnafe^as swallow-idvbv:±i?B wh^: ?:/',' .,'? ?; TFhen I' go jto Heaven/' sa'd tlie: ' ;- ' 'bishop, 'I'll ask Jonah.' i£But Bup- ; 'I - FQsi'.ng,' the other persisted, 't^;;!©: '^ is, D,ot there. ' ' fThen you will ts/ra ; £.^. ask, him, » was the retort;, and- tho ; oro,-wd_ laughed^ uproariously, -Mle £h© '??- '-?:? &1&^fBli^?s^j{\hs&e&-. . , ?,'=.????.

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BETTER IF HE HAD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 1913

mm if. hejad. ? ;f -TF-.vr-r.+.y- ^ | An old country squire, returning | liome o?ie night at a very unusual hour, thought he saw a light .flash up sad go out again. Determined to in- | yostigate the cause, he proceeded to- I wards -where he saw the light and | discovered a policeman with his arms | around the neck oi one oi tno par lour-maids, who was leaning out of the window.' The ' policeman's' lamp was turned on, and the embracing caused the light to flash up. On dis covering tpp pa|r, the squire called out $ - 'What are you doing. here T* 'A-courting, sir. , Tse courting Mary,' said Robert. . ' ^ 'It's a lie,' exclaimed the , irate squire. 'What .'do you waiit a lantern for? I nevor used one when I was a young man.' 5fe,£ijrf I f}c?n't tbink yer did. judg in_: ''by the minsn^,', pptprtpji .|icibort.

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MASKED MANIAC'S ESCAPADE MAN WHO HELD UP A POLICE COURT WITH AN INFERNAL" MACHINE. KNOCKED UNCONSCIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 1913

MASKED MAWIAO'S BSOAPA3S. - MA25.WHO HELD UP A POLIOS % COURT WITH AN INTEEIsaJJ I MACHINE. KNOCKED UNCONSCIOUS, , 'Rartieulajs are now to hand oi T.ie i remarkable scene enacted recently v.t | Los, Angelos when a masked ei^p^ | njuned Warr entered 'the police coiirt_ there armed with an infernal macuine containing .enough dynamite to dc-j'.roy many buildings, a bottle ot nl.ro glyeerine, and a 45-calibre rcvoher. k He held the building for more tliau c.j/ | hour, while ? hundreds cf people ran | away panic-stricken. | Warr entered tEe outer ofilec oi Ali\ g iSebastian, the chief o'i' police, :.i 11- | o'clock io, the morning carrying c, .uU'so 'i box resembling a small -hand orran. A ' | police-sergeant asked him T'Iu:t he g wanted, to which Warr replied: — | *'T'vo got enough dynamite iic;o 'co | blow us all into eternity, end £ -rant | I you to send for the highest oiMcvue of i i the Southern Pacific Railroad. ' ' 1 I Whilst Warr was detained ir. vu!k- i ! Mr. Sebastian ordered t...

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MINT'S PROFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 1913

? , - ?- - - , . \j ? * ~ 'MINT'S PEOFIT.' '.-?.' ; ~~; ? ;- The statement made, in 'oks ?' i :-.yr . ? \ Courts i recently, fcy. a Mint oiticial l-ot a cio-wn piece 'costs l/o co Biakc re calls the fact that, thle late .Lord «,cf. chen,, '. -whilst Chancellor of tiis Es clieqijer, an o-ffice ne held in conjuiic'on .with the Mastership of the Mint, ^as ' « keenly alive to any - opportunity of in . creasing revenue . by . cultivating this xieh, field.. vPe gave directions that fclie . in.6Jii-a'ti!tJS^ dockyards receiving weekly wa^es wiuch,', ambointed; ^tb less than 12 ...i^-^I^d;^©-pa4d-r-iii.-.8iivei';i---.-;'This is quite as , convenient for... the men as if they T? Ji-e' ;'paid: ih gold, whilst it apprcei-* * ab':y, affects ? 'che a-ev^nue- derived from' /fchie Mint. .'.\ .: i..: ':'.:',.::': . ......' . _.;.' , ? /,:?;, The profit^: oj$ silver coinage' is ex ve;ec!ingly ^fcjaiidsomew yail^ jtnirid. ' Un «v; cij ^sHiBiiig turie^ out i the Mint O)i i\- es |a| ;;pront of; nearly ...

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MINER ACCOUNTS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 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. '?/? i ( A.XM. McInt-^ee i

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

(TINNED BY THE ^FftffQ f $ jH&J /^ffU I 08*3 LY THE , ' '^ -^^^S^j/j1) , S $ '\|| I o Procu rabie i n New South Wales - -f Jfftlll yj¥ \ ? ' Se sure ctnGf&yy . If Jf|^ '

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ARRANGED HER OWN FUNERAL. NURSE CALLS AT CREMATORIUM BEFORE SHOOTING HERSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 1913

ARRANGED HER - .OTO ...FUlfSRAL. NT/BS.E CALLS A.T ^REMATd^IUM BEFORE SHOOTING HERSELF. ?? Wbking in getting an unenviable refutation for . tragedies. First there was tine murder of the girl seouty then tie suicide of a man in the porch of an ^empty^. housed Tvhile:; recently .Miss FloT ??earee Foster, a 'trained nurse, of West--1 : eliil'-on-Sea, shot herself,' making, elabo rate preparations for her cremation be,: j fore, she. did spr ? . '. ! Shortly after ; aio on Miss Foster ar *iHct at; ' Wpkihg^ ; ?frbm London,. . On ;lea\ing .the; ;ata'tion -she engaged -:one of. ^ motor-cars on hire, aid was.'driyen' to tie post. office. She then requested to. be driyem-.-to .'th'e;' Creinatoriuim ]?[ ^| . A-mving at the ^entrance gates she ] aligti'ted and went' 'to. the. superinteu- j dert's office, ^^ere; site handed to-MiOj Sargent a large sealed envelope, wi ch ! ihe. lequestthat it should not be opened 1 for a: little while. ' Re-entering 'die ! motor : Miss^oster-expressed a wish to ...

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

Wednesday, May 14tb, & Satu relay, 17tli, (IOIJDAY, EXCURSION. FARES TO COOLGARDIE,-, from HinVs 'Hill arid Intermediate Statlonoou M:iy;l3, 14. 16 and 17. j— ?'''''''' ' Sea handbills. Paaseng re' may return -- - by excess s?w\e day. Luncheon'. 1-jp.m.', Eicst rage.^tartsj at. 2 p.m.

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Correspondence WHY IS COOLGARDIE DEPRESSED (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 3 May 1913

vOlt &SjpGiMjlGiuC© WHY IS OOOIiGASDIBsSS- ? i . ? '-/? (To the'' Editor.) ?'?:' Sir, — I read with considerable in terest your -artitfl©.' of the 19th- April, under the heading ??*?* SY'hy is Coolgardie Depressed V.'~ In that- yoa dealt with a number of matters that go towards constituting Coolgardie history,- but all of a sudden it has come under i-iy notice thai there is a solution of why Coolgardie remains depressed. One of the best mines in mis district is un doubtedly the' Burbanks Birthday Gift, which has yielded gold to the value of nearly three-quarters of.- a million. Last month, the tribute on this mine terminated, after the tribu ters had won £44,500 worth of .gold from ,17,850 ' tons', of -ore, and we all made surei that the company would take over this valuable property and work ii- in the interests -at. \ke share holders. It, thei-ef ort, came us a shock to me, and to many otners, when wa learned thai- another tribute had been let with the 'manager ot tlie Mai...

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