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Speed the Parting Guest. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

Speed the Parting Guest. V ' The Governor-General, Lord Denham, comes up to Sydney on Saturday morn-, ing (hot bearings and other sources of possible delay permitting) to take the principal part in the review of senior cadets which, is' fixed for that day. His Excellency will depart again for Melbourne on the same afternoon uy tne xv.ivx.o. maiwa, as tnere is now no official residence for him' in Sydney. A more effective mode of 'emphasising' the inconvenience which -has been caused by the action of the State Gov ernment in resuming Government House, ' could hardly be imagined There, are many modes of' 'speeding a parting guest. Perhaps the most ob jectional of all is that of kicking him out, as soon as he lias 'served the'pur pese for which he -was invited. Lord Denham has every reason to feel;;- sore over the matter,, for, when he accepted the position, he .was given to under stand that he would have an official residence both in -Melbourne 'and ''-{Syd- ney. The incident will giv...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Coolgardie Races. AUTUMN CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

Coolgardie/Racts. , AUTUMN CUi*' One mile and three 'furlongs. -(Run May if).' Muralite '-- ? 8 0' James III .,. .... 7 10 ' Solo Girl ... '... 7 $ The Trigger ... 7 1 ' Lady M. ? ? .7 p Garnamah, ... ... 6 7 ? / Ilia ;...' \^;..' ~-..V-' 6 7'

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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REDUCING THE COST OF LIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

BEDUOING THE COST OF LIVING. ?'-?... ; The average housewife is greatly worried, in these days of high prices, over the increased cost of living! The grocer's and the butcher's bills, grow bigger each week, and the youngsters' clothes seem to- wear out sooner, and certainly cost more each time ?? they have to be renewed. The editor of ^Everylady's Journal' — the popular Australasian magazine for women — has begun a campaign to help his readers to cut the cost of liv ing without whittling down pleasure or comfort. In the May issue before us some most practical and helpful articles along this line appear: 'Short- Cuts to Good Housekeping, ' the New . Crochet Patterns, iwith beautiful de signs; 'To Make an Evening Gown at Home,' a complete lesson for ama teuds; 'Economical Ways in Fancy -work:', 'Housekeepers' Problems;' 'Making Money in BaffTa Work;;' , and a splendid Cookery Series. The editor of 'Everylady's Journal' promises, in future issues, a completo and new series of articles ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Sporting. TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

Spoptihg^..-;.'-;,^; -v: ' turf.^ ???/.??,;.- ?;. The goldfields' race crowds'- have long been a source, of attraction .-'to the spelling fraternity, but af the receait round of meetings the whisperers, tale-tellers, etc., were .a negligible quantity. While the horses were rac-. ing, Detective Dempsey saw, to it that the asses weren't being fleeced. ' . .eeSaaa ...... '?'.?.? A metropolitan paper tells .of 'a- 'tare, occurrence — a bookmaker 'caught on the hop.' On the first -day of the Boulder meeting, a. backer '.-had/, half - a-sovereign on Lord Pathia for the Hurdle Race at starting {/rice ? odds. At the. same. time he- requested that the winnings, if any, should.- go on Snapcap in the Perseverance /Handi- cap, also at . starting price;. Lord Parthia won at 12. to 1, rand. the £6 went on Snapcap, who started at 10 's. Fortunately for himself ''bookmaker' hedged a little on Snapcap, ! and came out losing £35 on the two bets. ' ; ,',?'...? The old theory that a horse can't gallop ...

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In the Days of Coolgardie's s Boom. BARNIER'S 1,000 OUNCES. AN HISTORICAL M[?]H. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

In the Days of C@®lgOT$ie'© Boom. - BARNIER'S 1,000 O'tTiOBS. AN HISTORICAL MZt-I. Present day rumors as to gold finds are mild in comparison with tfiose that were circulated in the pa&t. What was known as 'Barnijr a 1.000 Ounces,' caused a great stir in 7r.b., 1898, and as the facts are interesting to old Coolgardie residents, and in structive to the new, they are given below. The 'Coolgardie Pioneer' of February 5, of the year mentioned, contained the following:— A profound sensation was caused in Coolgardie on Tuesday by the publica tion of a statement that a new alluvial find of wonderful richness had been made within a distance of three miles of the town. It was reported, on the authority of Mr. W. O. Barnier, man ager of the Bank of New South Wales, that the bank on Monday pur chased over. 1,000 oza. of heavy gold from the new discovery. Mr. uarnier was crediteid with refusing to 'indi cate the exact locality/ and the finders themselves were said to be undesirous 'of g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

? ,; ? , ? ' ? i .I,,,, I,,, .I, -,,,,; ? ? '? ' . ,' I Ji|8|a ypf HAN LEY and ^- (SUCCESSORS Tb-BUTCHER & UHR, Ltd.), » . Premier Butchers. Wholesale. and Retail Carts Call Auywirere and Everj^ 1 ' 'V ' ? ^ere- 'Ptone 82, Coolgardie. OUB MOTTO-Higbest Quality, Lowest Prices. '? LOCAL PBODUCTS, ' ' ' , ..''' ' AND AS ?' . .GQOB'AS :THE' -BESf.' V' 0. VINCENT,, r;, CUNNINGHAM, . L. BRDTON ' Managing Director. ?; Brewer..' '.Secretary.1 'I''; 'I ' -' ' I ? _ ? ; i -? . f. - ..-( . - The Cofflmercial Dnioij Assurance Coy., Ui UNDERTAKES PBre, Employers' Indemnity, and Live Stick Risks, ........ ;\ r- LOWEST KATES. — -' ' . , , ..,-,. Y ' ,, C, VINCENT, Sole Ageai, Jicto* Iptel ^ ;- - (Jooterilie, L, BEUTON . (Secreiary of Lioa Brewery), lias taken this beautifully appointed House over on his own account from the 1st February. The supervision of the Commissariat section is in the hands of Mrs A Brn on, who was-for 12 years proprietress of the Victoria HoW WaMBr'iSn7): ^ 8 Jm °' ...

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Our Eastern Letter. Sydney, April 29th, 1913. Back to Work. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

Our Eastern Letter. Sydnsy, April 2SYh, 1913. Back to Work. ? . .? The coal miners of the South Coast have definitely resolved to return to work. In order 'to save their face, ' the turbalen't and ineompeten;; .instiga tors .of discontent and disaffection are endeavoring to persuade tne men that they have gained a victory. But the men know better. They have lost sis weeks' wag.es, and those -wnu have fa milies and monetary obligations have suffered- -untold privation; and, anxiety? What have they to show for it? No thing but what they might have had without ceasing work'; at all!: The Government promises a-ri 'alteration of the law. It was always; filling to pro mise that- — or almost anything; else- — if the men would refrain £rom .stnlung. The fliminess of the pretence is shown by a statement attributed to; Peter Bowling, namely, that the men were f :forced ' to strike because two police men were present at .'their- meeting on a 'pay' Saturday, and that the men were therefore ! 'c...

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PERTH GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

'PEiRtH'GOS8IP. (By James Smith.), Amidst the Federal din important State considerations received much at tention. During the 1911 State elec tion contest, the high price of meat was the most general topic discussed. Everybody seemed to believe that there was an unlimited supply of fat bullocks in the Kimberleys, to be had for a song. It was too far for them to walk down this 'way, but two or . three extra steamers would be rushed by them. The - small squatters were nightly praying for more steamer ac commodation to flood our market with tho most delicious of meats. The Lib eral leaders cautiously promised they would put on steamers, ii necessary. The Labor leaders, then in Opposi ' : tion, scorned qualifications. They were ready to purchase steamers and start them running at once. The wild cat politician can always knock spots out of the wild cat mining expert. . Both reason on insufficient data, and invariably thoso who take them at ' their own valuation become poorer ' ? rather t...

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The Warden's Court. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

The Warden's Gout. In the Coolgal-die Warden's Court, ou Monday last^ the, Warden, Mr. P., Tioy, 'E.M-.,' heard' several applications, and dealt with them. Charles Mitchell applied for G-.M.L. jSo. 4453,i 'and it was explained' that this sround, on the old Iudicator,vJiad' been held by the applicant as a pros pecting area. Mitchell has had' two good crushings, including one- return oj' 210 ozs. from 10 tons of ore. The Warden recommended that the applica tion be granted.. , -A Garnishee Cas&.! ' . / ? - A plaint was then heard in which F. W. Bow, who had secured a verdict against Grahant^MMore Leslie, sought a garnishee order against E' E. Ecid,, who owed a sum of money to the de fendant, ^^&t The Warden s- JB| waa not satis fied with the ? MgST m of the solic tcr (Mr. S. Mffl ) tliat j^ had power un.ler mSF limng. Act and its regulations to g?nnt a garnishee order in connection, with a Local Court ver dict, lie therefore dismissed the ap plication, but said Mr. Will...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

/ 4'^/ ^~s jf .A tl--f KgssH© long* 7 - ' - '' ' ? ? . ? £&£fff-&£? & -S&C3£& — — — NEW & SECONDHAND -MINING MACHINERY.— ? ' '_ OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. . './-,_....,. — — — _^ ' ' PI ANTS RECENTLY SUPPLIED TO — . Bullfinch Proprietary Mine. Corinthian Korth Mine. Edna May Mine Mt Go rmalong Mice, Leonora, . Kyarra Qold Mine. Royal Standard; Gold Wiine. \ ' . ? Great Victorious Mine,- Qra Banda, CASEt OR TERM'S. CORRESPOND ENCK INVITED. flip WActwili&n' Hfloliinwv (inpnorafiA^ ' Xkh 1 llv II volt CBilldil MG8»vMi!i'Ul I vvl Uvi CL- tiui j ? liwiija - BOULDER ROAD, &ALG0OKUK. Burbi^kB Store,,; : ; ;,?nABllmD l898, ? -. .W*6&!Fm®t&tl&: -ail'&i'CrildacO, Proprietors, 1 if (GIKEBAL STOREKEEPERS & DRAPERS) '. ?*' ''' L, '????'?' ? ?' ?? ?* !£-'' the Largest Stocks ia the District. ; Our Prices arc Bed-josk, ** ^ Customers Waited on for Orders. Woodline Trade arSj-.ec'ality..' if t ? .' ? ...

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Coolgardie Police Court. BILL POSTERS AT VARIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

Coolgardie Police Court. BILL POSTEES AT YAEIANCE.' In the Local Court on Monday, David Bourke proceeded against Wil liam Ferguson for,, the ? recovery of £1/17/6, said to have been received on plaintiff's behalf. Mr. P. Troy, E.M , ? occupied the 'Bench, and , gave the case a patient 'hearing. ^ Bourke said he claimed the 7iioney, £1/17/6 as having been received, by defendant on his behalf., and obtained on the first night o^' the entertain ment given*' by the Fasola company. The money was earned by complainant for posting bills ? and other work. Complainant was engaged by a name sake, who was the1 advance agent of the company. Ferguson was to get 8/ out of the £2/5/, for ' doing the shops,' but lie collected the £2 and witness got tke 8/-. Ferguson drew £2/5/ from, the 'companv. .? JDefeudant gave witness the ,8/ and witness said lie had no --right to go there and ' ' lift the money.' Witness saw the man ager and found that Ferguson had given his' receipt for 'the' ni'oney.1 C. J3...

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Cleaning the Oven. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

Cleaning the Oven. We all know what a difficult job it is to clean an oven which has become caked with various splutterings qf fat or juice. Try this old-fashioned way of cleaning it: — Place a handful of straw inside, light it, and close the door. Leave for a quarter of an hour. The smoke will soften the crust of grease, etc., and it will wash off quite easily. . Any especially obstinate stains, however, will require scraping with a knife. Use a cloth wrung out in hot soda and water for wiping off. ,: :

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Household Hints. THE PRICE OF MEAT. How to Make it Less Pelt in the Household Budget. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

H©taG©Gna)9d Hii-ii®. THE PRICE OF MEAT. How to Make it Less Felt in the Household Budget. The high price of meat is the most difficult of probleems for housewives in every country just now. English j women, French women, German wo men, Australian women— everywhere, in fact, Tihere house-mothers do con gregate, in heard the wail set up by the rise in the staple food during re cent years. In thesis days of inflated prices and increased expenditure, it behoves every woman to study the meat pro- I blem. She should learn to buy cheaper I cuts and the mode of preparing them i nicely, leaving the expensive sirloins | to her wealthier sisters. I The fvst consideration in ibuying | meat is to choose portions in which | there is qo waste. Bones should al- 1 ways be removed, and stswed down, fl Chops she aid have the small «nds cut 1 off, the xnaat being removed, passed | through ? mincing maehine1 and made 1 into rissoles. The short bones will 1 make good gravy. Breast of mutton or Iamb is m...

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The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1913 THE RACING CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

Published Weekly ' SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1913 THE RACING CARNIVAL. The vitality of the town of Cool gardie is as much in evidence in con* nection with the Eaeing Club's af fairs as with any branch of sport or industry on these fields. Whilst we cannot shut our eyes to -sohig phases i in connection with the encouragement of horse racing, it must be admitted that ia other affairs of life there are matters to which exception may be taken. However, since the club' serves the purpose of supplying that form of sport or pastime that any Austra lian community demands it must, be gratifying to. find tbat htis provision is mado under the beot possible auspices. Should the citizens settle down, in their more serious moments, to con sider the ethics of the racecourse they would find many grounds for dissatis faction, but jjince fthis 'sport of kings' has become an established phase of life in all British, and in many other communities, we must bei pleased to find it is administered with all the car...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

j (Late of Victoria Park, Perth, and Children's Hospital) :, Wishes to notify the'public of Goolgardie and District that he has purchased .' ;. :the ???-?? V.: ??'??;?'?? . ? ?' . --.vM I , COO LG^HBIE ^hi^RN^eU : v-* \ I (Late Ca-wthray's) ? '/\ ? .:.':; ..'?'- i t ' The stock has been considerably increased and all Medicines, Drugs, etc, . | ??..'? will be sold at K2UL®©©ESILfIlB IPB5I©ES - ? . .? ..... ? ' / ? '-.;.. ? ? McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgooriie. '-??'-''' %?'?' ' Ivifl'xy n^ f*rtf15M1tnhPn[ o^ll^T ? Old Council Chamber, Opposite Denver City Hotel, ' ,: : Hours 9 a.m, to 9 p.m- . ' [ ? ? ? . . ? . . ^ . . Take me to ' Opposite Law Courts, r Where you can get the latest in Fashion Books, y.(, ,./., Novels and School Books always on hand ?*i:'^'-^ '? ???'Obdlgardfe 'Miner delivered regularly. Dairy Produce Merchant, ., .: ;.: Commission and Indent' Agent WOODWARD STBEET Local agent for James Gillespie, Ltd, Millers, Northam, Kobur Tea Co, I London and Liverpool and Globe In...

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INTERESTING GARNISHEE CASES. HOW A CREDITOR WAS FOILED. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

INTERESTING GARNlSHEE . CASES. HOW A OKEDITOK WAS FOILED. \ , In the Coolgardie Local .Court, be fore Mr. P. Troy, E.M., five garnish ee cases were listed, the garnishee in each case being either the cleric of courts, Coolgardie, or a similar officer at Kalgooriie. The proceedings arose out of the recent 'Bumboat' cases, in wliich various persons had been fined heavily an'S orders were made, for half the fines to be paid to the infonner, Charles Jacobsen, who was the debtor in all cases. Mr. E. S. Williams appeared for the plaintiffs and Mr. Parker for Jacob sen. The first case was that in which Alfred Mercer sought to recover £13 2/4 on account of an old. -judgment of the Local CouH, and the E.M. was asked to pay thisx sum out of the money received by the court. Mr. Parker said lie would call the clerk of courts, Mr. Cohn, who was named in the proceedings, to prove there was no money available. Mr. Cohn said lie -, must get the Police Court book giving the result of the cases, and ...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

I A tiliatJ wh BON £ IGa^JwC? £ Elsewher© in. this issue Mr W, T. Uddy notifies the holding of a sule by auction on May 21 at Taylor street, Montana, of the whole of ©r. Mitchell's choice hoasehold furniture akd eSeots. .No .reserve will b© placed ou the goods to b© submitted bv fehe auctioneer. Another Busineas Man. — It is a pleasure to welcome to the town a new business man, eopecially one who comes from th© ©oasfe with the credentials of Mr W. E. lead, M.P.S,. who has taken over the business of th© CoelgaEclio Pharrarcy which wasi conducted for so many years by the late Sam. Cowthray, Prior to his arrival in Coolgardie, Mr Boad was a4 vjcidfIq &@3-k -an&^fcSs9 -'Ctididren'-g , Hospital, and was secretary of the Subiaeo Bowling Glub. He should, therefore, prove a wolcome addition t© the proteBsional and social life of the Olcl wmpt i Coolgardie Continuation Classes'. — ; The first term ' of the abov^' school ended this week. There is a vacation of one week, and th...

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Notes on the Mining Industry. East Murchison Goldfield. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

ftSoiies @n tfo® IVlmirBg East Murehison Goldfield. The annual report of tho Inspector of Mines of the East Murcnison gold field for 1912 contains tho following information: — . At Mamnga Marley the Havilah mine is! now almost entirely worked out, only a few tributers beinar on the mine* During the year 2,860 tons of ore yielded 2,966 fine ounces.' On the adjoining lease the Havilah Development Syndicate are sinking a vertical shaft, to cut the Havilah reef at a depth of about 280ft., and if it there proves payable, they intend to continue the shaft on the pitch of the cbute. The shaft is down co date some f 220ft. and is timbered to about 160ft: The Maninga Marley G.M. Co. are sinking a new shaft, and have cut the reef at the 200ft., but have not yet tested it at that depth for width and values, but they are continuing the sinking. !

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Two Australias. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

. Two Australias. ..' In a vivid' and graphic ?'' way, {&*' Eider Haggard. has called attention to? the hydrpcephalous condition ,, into which the Common wealth is .rapidly drifting. There are, in fact,' hef tells us, two Aus/tralias, the Australia of the eitiesrand the' Australia oi the; country. He might have added; that ali :the wiealth comes. from one, and the lion's ; share of all the trouble from the other. . It is in the cities where men deprived of the wholesome pro ductive' employment \vliicli would keep them out of mischief, plot sedition, and climb to placevand'; power 'on the miseries of their fellows. ' But that, p-Hiaps, belongs to another story. Sir Kider did tellus that,.: were it not for the' rural .population of Australia, of which so little .'is ? ever heard, there could be n:Q.;?ejti;es in. Australia. The people engagedvia, the 'primary indus tijues are wiqse w.np . lurnisii the 'cor- pus' on which the, remainder of the body politic, de.p'ends for subsist...

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Amusements King's Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

Amusements Kirig's Pictures Owing to the cold -weather the, above pictures will be shown on Thursday evenings 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 3,000ft long! by the Valetta Coy ' entitled . The Weaker Vessel. 1

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