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Mr. Carmichael. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
Mr. Carmichael. Mr. Carmichael is at his wits end endeavoring to devise alterations in the law that shall ensure peace. But, shrewd men are asking, "What is the use of amending the law, so long as the men are prepared, on the very slightest provocation, to trample the law under their feet?" Alteration is needed truly. But the alteration that is needed is the exorcism of the law- less and malignant spirit which is all the time plotting these dire offences. And alteration is also needed, it is being pointed out, in the attitude of Ministers. They, without intending it, of course, offer direct inducements to the men to strike. As long as they are content to abide by the decision &nbsp; &nbsp; of the industrial tribunals, the pro- ceedings may be strung out for months, and no one takes any notice of them. But as soon as they defy the tribunals and bring things to a standstill, then &nbsp; Ministers tumble over one another, metaphorically speaking, in the en- deav...
The Referendum and the General Election. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
The Referendum and the General Election. Canvassing and discussion of the issues involved in the referendum and in the approaching Federal elec- tions is becoming brisk. Many press writers, however, including the pre- sent scribe, in order to avoid legal complications, are compelled to give &nbsp; these topics a very wide berth. The restrictive legislation which was pass- ed by the Ministerialists, is on its trial, and the experiment is being watched with a great deal of interest. After all, the citizen who writes &nbsp; leaders or comments for the press does not differ greatly from the other citi- zens whose votes will decide the issue. It is as certain as anything can be that if the Liberals come back to office this legislation will be repealed. In the meantime, the line of least resistance is in the direction of sub- mission to the law.
Economic Value. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
Economic Value. Traces of at least three metals of "economic value" have been discov- ered by the Mawson expedition in Antarctica. The details are being set out with almost as much particularity as if the report were being drawn up by the promoter of a " no-liability" mining company. Pebbles of the glacial moraine were found coated &nbsp; &nbsp; with green and blue carbonates of copper. Small seams of antimony sul- &nbsp; phine, commonly called stibnite were found in a loose block of quartz in the same moraine. But what is de- scribed as the most interesting dis- &nbsp; covery of all was that of numerous small "plaques" of molybdenite, under conditions which point to a more abun- dant supply in the vicinity. Molyb- denite, which is used in the manufac- ture of the highest qualities of steel, is one of the comparatively rare min- &nbsp; erals, and is worth over £200 per ton. It is also affirmed that the existence of coal has been demonstrated, ...
A Heart-breaking Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
A Heart-breaking Trade. Sir Rider Haggard, the well-known novelist, who is a member of the Dominions Commission, has been let- ting us into some of the secrets of the vocation of authorship. It is, he declares, a heart-breaking trade. Not one in a thousand of those who under- take it succeed, and those who do suc- ceed never know how soon their vogue may vanish, and they may be relega- ted to their original obscurity. He is consulted by all sorts and descriptions of persons— by invalid girls, people who have failed in other avocations, and men and women who live in the bush of Australia and other countries. Then, again, there is the temptation to resort to unworthy means. The bookstalls are covered with books which seem to be written with no &nbsp; other object than to stir up the basest passions, or to pander to the pruriency which is sapping the lives of so many young people who do not understand the destructively fatal character of the moral poison which to their im- matu...
Tuberculosis FRIEDMANN "CURE" TEST BY UNITED STATES' DOCTORS. Seven Persons Treated. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
Tuberculosis. &nbsp; FRIEDMANN "CURE" GIVEN TEST BY UNITED STATES' &nbsp; DOCTORS. &nbsp; &nbsp; Seven Persons Treated. &nbsp; (By the Associated Press.) &nbsp; New York, March 9. — In a thirty minute clinic late to-day, Dr. Friedrien F. Friedmann's vaccine, which he &nbsp; claims is a cure for tuberculosis, was given a test in the presence of United &nbsp; States Government officials. The seven &nbsp; cases treated are to remain under Go- &nbsp; vernment inspection and upon their &nbsp; &nbsp; development will depend the official report. It was announced that Dr. Friedmann had furnished the Federal representatives with speciments of his baccilli and that clinical observations would continue to be made by them. &nbsp; The Government officials gathered at the Mount Sinai Hospital, where the test took place. Surgeon F. F. Anderson, chairman of the Board, or- dered by Surgeon General...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
HANLEY and QUILTY &nbsp; &nbsp; (SUCCESSORS TO BUTCHER & UHR LTD.). Premier Butchers. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Wholesale and Retail. Carts Call Anywhere and Every- Where 'Phone 82, Coolgardie. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; OUR MOTTO—Highest Quality, Lowest Prices. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; LOCAL PRODUCTS, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; AND AS &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; GOOD AS THE BEST. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; LION BEER AND STOUT C. VINCENT, P. CUNNINGHAM, L. BRUTON, Managing Director. Brewer. Secretary. ' &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &...
ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
ITEMS OF INTEREST Another Business Man. — It is a pleasure to welcome to the town a )i w- bu -: i ess ' man, especially one vvh - comes from the coast with the cred.'nii 'Is of Mr W. R. Read, M.P.S,, wliO bbs taken over the business of Lhe Coolgardie Pharmrcy which was conducted for so many years by the late Sam. Cawthray, Prior to his arrival in Coolgardie, Mr Read was at Victoria Park and the Children's Hospital, and was secretary of the Subiaco Bowling Club. He should, therefore, prove a welcome addition to the professional and social life of the Old Campi | Coolgardie Amateur Swimming Glub. — The above named club marked the termination of their swimming season on Monday evening last by holding a euchre party and dance. There was a large attendance of the public. The ladies' first prize was won by Mrs Harris, while Mrs Gregory captured the second prize, The prize for the winning gentleman was won by Mr N. Carr. Messrs Henry Tur ner and Arthur Reed were the re cipients of a gold m...
YILGARN GOLD YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913
YXLCfABN GOLD YIELD. '; ? 1911 15)12 ' 1913 ?-?-.. Ozs. Ozs Ozs ?January .. .. --34 94; , .3638 'February .. .. 3224 1856 2504 :. March ...... 2894 I5S2 75o2 '.April .„ .. .. 1620 1966 6698 .''May ? 658 1921 June ? 954 2S41 July ? 1497 2476 /August .. .. 1639 2780 '/September' .... 818 2S70 ' October ., .. .. 1772 3302, 'NoTemb^ ,, .. 1215 427-2 /December .. i. 1570 3725 ' Total .... 18595 30032
BURBANKS MAIN LODE. APRIL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913
BURBANKS MAIN LOBE. APEIL ? -REPORT. Main Shaft (main haulage winze), No. 8 Level, 398ft. 'Winze North — Deepened 23ft., tolal 23ft.; reef -aver- ages 17 inches in width; average va lue lOdwts. per ton; ' k No. 7 Level, Intermediate Level. — Extended 4ft., total 48ft.; reef 10in, wide, assaying lldwts. per -.ton; Also' underhand stoped along the bottom of this drive for an average depth of 4ft., as the bottom of this make of stone does not extend below that depth, it has a southerly pitch. Winze. — In the end of the above drive a winze has been sunk, to a depth of 10ft.; reef 12 inches wide^ assaying 9dwts. per ton. ' ?- :- No. 6 Level.- — Main south,: drive ex tended 37ft., total 756ft.; reef aver aged 21 inches in width, assaying 2 dwts. per ton. No. 5 Level.— Winze, 395ft. south sunk to a total depth of 24ft.j reef from 12 inches in width, to small thieads' in the bottom; average value 2dwts. per tons , No. 4 Level. — Main south drive* ex tended 81ft., total 327ft. in, reef for m...
THE STRIKE AFFLICTION [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913
? THE STRTKE AFFLICTION ' '/ * One 'question which concerns the public very mnnh at present is industrial unrest. Under Labor, it will continue. The potition is becoming unbearable. In two years there have been 230 strikes involving, a loss to the working classes of -over £8,000,000.— Ms JTairlfairn, at South Yarra. , . RULE FROM CANBERRA You may as well try to put a battleship through the eye of a needle as to put effective legislation for the whole of the Common wealth through one Legielative Assembly at Canberra.— Mv Deakin at Sydney ' , THE LOAFING PROPHET Loafing is a good thing' Throughout the world loafing is the ?dmbitipn ot every rnau who wishes to get on._^X|- the men have loafed; it is to their credit, because every man who makes a job, last' longer helps to reduce the time between that ,and the next— ? .ftfrv-John Curtain, Secretary of the Woodworkers' Union— The' ' kind of man to whoin unionists look as leader and adviser ? THE- UNION PRESS GANG . 7 When unionism achiev...
How to Injure Your Town. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913
How to Injure Your Town. Sun it down to visitors. Go to otherp laces for your supplies. Look sorry when a stranger talks to you of buying property iu it. Refuse to see merit in any scheme unless you are 'big-dog' in it. Don't invest. Show your distrust bv refusing t.n Tnv am* omr mntinr. ;n f O ? »/ wfc*v uuv iixvilw V J.JLX it. . ? ' Let your tongue wag idly about your neighbors, without knowing the facts. Cut those whom in your vanity you think beneath you, and split up into classes and cliques. - Refuse to advertise in your local paper, and to give your printing or ders to execute. People sum up jour town from its advertisement sheet. Then you will effectually damn your town and district., $ ; ,^;- ,
The Referenda. WHY YOU SHOULD VOTE NO. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913
_ 'V ... ^v * *S WHY YOU SHOULD VOTE N0- ; ? / ' ';'''' ?' ? ' **?' Because- ' ' ' .'??. /' .? &':., ; ? You jiave the freesfc'and most democratic constitution in the worm. , '. j ,' ' '-K^-V * Because , / .' ?*-? ? %:^ -;: -^ ;-?' Year own Parliament oan manage State a'fiairs better than a . j Parliament 2,000 miles away. Because ?:-.^-»vi--;^-cV.'^f^ .-.;'' \ ?,.*.. -- % ' . By voting 'YES',, you will be losing rights that the States , of America fought it i ''Federal Government to retain. W ? ? ' ' ? '?? j 'i ? ;? .-' '-? . si :?',-?. Because _;.../ j .- v... -??; ,' . } , , - x ; ' f JBy voting '' YES' the regulation of all business concerns from ^selling peanuts to building, railways, from prespecting to rnn. ning Great Boulders, will be managed- from Canberra. t ? ? -. it Because By voting ' NO' the development of Western Australia will . be left to Western Australian electors. ? Y»u have only 5_mem bers in the House of Representatives out of a total oi 75. Because ; '...
HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913
HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN. Talk about it. Write about it. Buy all you can in it. - Remember that by assisting trades men, you help the place along. ?Purchase and assist your local paper, and by so . doing you further the best interests of the towr. Treat strangers with the utmost courtesy and hospitality, so that they may take away good impressions of it. Elect good, reliable men to all pub lic positions, not because they strain themselves for popularity, but on ac count of their stamina ?mi trust worthiness. Keep the money in the place. Sell all you can and buy all you can at home. The mem who have invested in stores, workshops, and other business places are building up the town, and they should be encouraged. Eememb'er that by giving the local newspaper office th:© preference for jyour job printing orders, you; are help ling in the advancement of your town, 'as the newspaper is thereby helped. Where the newspaper staff are work ing day and night for the advancement of your town, the o...
THE FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913
' THE FLINDEKS. One docs'lnot always hear great tid ings from Widgieinooltha, out when Mr. 'Jim' Doyle, does come to' town he wears such a , prosperous air that one i'c-els assured that there 'is something good 'afloat; and when Mr. Sweeney came' up a few days ago he left in the windows of the Transport Company very tangible evidence of why the Widgie- folk are so choerful. For a long time Mr. Sweeney has boen con nected, with the Flinders mine, of , ' ?whicli 'tlie .is Jhe owner.;, TMs'is not ,a- new iproppsition, bit ' it -'has' been more or less 'a specimen show sinco the early days, and, from time to limcr' - it, has yielded som'a very line /returns. Latorly, Mr. Sweeney has been work ing, oh a large lode formation at a „ depth of about 70ft., Jjul the Values, ? are ^tdng found sa£ the' intersection oi . 'oi|Pg-X(hart| lea'ders/. Thcs-; ? ipra-stic-' ' ally) intersect thV.-lode, and^ej^oae : that lias been on view 'in Coolgardia is merely golden quartz. As specimens, one; could ...
Glaze for Collars. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913
Glaze for Collars. A good glaze to add to the starch used for collars, cuffs, shirt fronts, or other articles requiring a high gloss, is obtained by boiling half a pound of white curd soap and two ounces of Japan wax in two quarts of water until thoroughly amalgamated. When it has cooled sufficiently for the hand ' to be able to bear the warmth add two ounces of powdered French chalk and eight drachms of glycerine beat up to a froth. It should be usei at the rate of a quarter of anounce to each pound of starch. Use a rice starch, and sea that the articles are very dry before you start to iron. Blistering is often caused by the underlining, owing to dampness, stick ing to the lining board. Use very hot irons and a lot of 'elbow grease.'
At Darwin. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913
At .Darwih- At Darwin, the Government is con fronted by formidable difficulties. On the- grounds that the pay of laborers is inadequate, in comparison with that which is conceded to skilled labor, and that men who are antagonistic to 'Labor' have been armointsd at high salaries, and have adopted a policy of 'pinpricks,' the A.W.U. has ordered1 a cessation of work. A curious feature of the position is- that Mr. S. Eylands, who is Director of. Lands and special magistrate, is a | member of the A.W.U., and has been called out. It is further stated1 that Mr. Eylands is the senior member of the Advisory Board, but that it will have to meet without his assistance. The 'pious opinion' is still strongly asserted that white men * ' can ' ' live and work in the Territory. But the stern fact is that they will, not by any means do so, except on terms that are wildly unreasonable. ' : .
MINING. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913
MINING. NEWS AND NOTES. ?,The show held by Messrs. Thomas and Dwyer, near the 19-Mile peg and the Coolgardie-Kunanalling road, is developing into a splendid property. .T^his ia. on the north' end of De Fraeie's I lease, ' and for 'some time the owners. Were Workino- wlm+j is hfilifivnrl +.n 'i;a the continuation of the make of stone in the Southern lease. JNTow Thomas and mate' are on a parallel lode on which they are sinking. It started small, but has made into a ^idth of 13ft., and all this is being broken for the mill. A crushing' of 100 tons is going through at the Blue Bell battery,' and is estimated to average over 17 dwts. per ton. Miv Thomas ia a ? veto- ? ran 'battler,' and the best -wishes go out to' him and 'Mr. Dwyer. The, w.qrk . of ; f h f) Tina §\''p] Q6m\-$B.y ' in unwa'tefi'iig the P-ersevcr^nco' shaft was not as formidable a 'matter as many had anticipated. Pumping ope rations occupied only three wpoks,. and an exmaination of the. .old ' wot'kmga lr.i-5 been made i...
Mrs. Poon Gooey. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913
Mrs. Poon Gooey. The monstrous oppressiveness of the Act under which Mrs. Poon Gooey, though tho wife of a naturalised Brit ish subject, is being compelled to leave Australia with her young baby,- has stirred even some of the Municipal Councils to take steps to ask the Gov, ernitteait for an amendment of the law. Cooma was the first to move, and the Burwood Municipal Council has resolved to support the petition of the Cooma people. All tne shires' and municipalities are to be asked to co operate. It has always' seemed' evi dent that the surest -mode of promot ing immorality among the Chinese and othor aliens domiciled in Australia is to prevent them from having the com pany of their wives. To a man ' of humane feeling, as every Minister is supposed to be, it must, moreover, be supremely distasteful to be compelled to enforce such a decree as that under which Mrs. \ Gooey rs being . separated from. :her, husband. The petition, it is therefore thought, may possibly re ceive favorable ...
Mayor's Visit THE MINING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913
, . Mayor's Visit THE MINING 1JNDUSTEY'. ' The flying visit paid to this field by oin- ex-Mayor (Mr. Joe Monaghan) was made the occasion of an informal civic welcome on Tuesday afternoon, the Maj'or having hurriedly called council lors together to meet him. Crs. Msbet and Sheedy were not within, cab, ,at the time,' having important affai^l ou ln-nd, and Cr. Linkson explainer he was to busy to be' present, Which is a pleasing indication, of- OcrolgaVdie-'.s in dustrial activities. 4^ In a, well 'tuned and well toned Tittle speech, following upon a general dis cu?sion? the Mayor , proposed the toast of .the guest, : and paid a high tribute to the great services that Mr. ilona ghan had rendered the town and dis trict..1 The, remarks were f eelingly' en dorsed by Crs. Faahan, Mercer, Tin daJ, Noonan , and Cecil, and by the _ town clerk (Mr. Coleman) and the rep- ? resbetatiVe of the ' ' Coolgardie Miner. ; ; This ,being. a .purely informal affair, there was no official reporting, but we...
Vanilla Sandwich. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913
Vanilla Sandwich. Dissolve three ounces of butter over a gentle heat.- Add tWQ snd a half ounces of loaf sugar— r-some of .'. the lumps should have been previously rubbed on to the rind of a lemon. Stir until melted and the mixture .thick. Have ready in a bowl three 4 well-b&aten and carefully strained 'eggs. Pour in the dissolved sugar slowly, beating all/ the time. Leave until cold. Beat in half an ounce of 'vanilla sugar and- a teaspo.onful and a half of vanilla essence. Make some small strips of puff pastry.. Spread . one half first of all .with raspberry jam and then with the vanilla mix ture. Cover over sanwwich fashion, and bake in a moderate oven,,