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Youanmi. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

? ; touafiini. Tho Youa'nmi Gold Mine Ltd. has ; to date1 proved to be a very valaable property, and during the year crushed '53,236 tons of ore for a return of 22,462 fine ozs. The mine is equipped with an up-to-date and' very complete plant, comprised of a 20-atamt) mill, a No. 1 Krupp tube mill and a, slimes plant. On th& northern end of the lode in the above-mentioned mine, the United still turns out regular payable par cels, and is the main support of the State battery. The last crushing was 835 tons for a return of 234 ozs. At Curran's Find the chief mine is the Eed, White and Blue, on which three parallel reefs have beein exten sively opened up. The owners of this mline have gust (obtained from the Government a loan of £1,500 to en able a-' 5-head mill to be erected. The battery will be' available for public crushing purposes, and as there are four or five other very promising claims, ion which a fair amount Of wont nas already been done in the immediate vicinity, it ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRAM RUNS AMOK. DASHES DOWN HILL, WRECKING MOTOR CAR AND CAB. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

TEAM BUNS AMOK. DASHES DOWN HILL, WEECKING : ' M'OTOE CAR £ND CAB. j GeWtling out of hand at the. top ©£ ilarret Hill recently, an electrie irani car dashed down the ineline at a great speed towards Whetstone. In ito wild ?lart'er it collided, with and smashed a fcu.r-wheeled cab, and a little further oi u dashed into a motor car, which it piactically wrecked. The conductor, whose name is War n^i . displayed great presence of mind. Standing, at the rear door he barrei tiit passage to the platform, and pre vented the frightened passengers fro-a jumping out, which they were strug gling to do. He told them that if they ?evovld only sit still they would he safe. ,., When the tram, after running for about, a mile, eame to a standstill n«ar Friekley's Hill, at tho end of Lyons «Fo'w:n-road, ^New Barnet, the paseengera congratulated tne conductor upon lu» i action, and said it was due to him that I Ejcsae of tlem had not been killed: In Spite of tie impetus i& gaiaed in ckjeeending...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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PLOT TO MURDER KING OF ITALY. ANARCHIST AFRAID TO CARRY OUT ALLOTTED TASK. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

?-?»?. ? — ... . i j PLOT TO MURDER KINgToF ITAL7. ANARCHIST .AFEAID TO CAERY ,. . OUT ALLOTTED TASK. ' ' An attempt at suicide by a lad of 13. has just revealed another plot to as sa&tinate King Victor Emanuel. t At a notorious Anarchist haunt near Bciogne a youth named Dal Ferro re cer.tly joined the ranks .of the revolu tif' ists, and became in intimate com panion of me Anarchist soldier Ma gefciij who''- attempted to kill Colonel j^'troppa at the railway station there pn the occasion of his departure to the wtr.in Tripoli. ' Oil Christmas Eve Dal Ferro tried to blew out his brains with a reolvver at his father's house, and on 'his removal .to the hospital he declared that several weeks ago he participated in an Anar c-hist conclave at Naples, where he was , chosen by lot io kill the King of Italy. .lUal Ferro says that his courage hav ing .failed him, and having spent most cf tie money provided by confederates for arranging the crime, he returned hoir e to Bologne, . and...

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

Union ?' Bulk Beer,;f ? AND ? * Union CS©M1 T©p Hie.' . ? ' / . . ' Famous Throughout the Eastern Goldfields. Brewed and Bottled by The Union Brewery - KalgoorKe \ ? ? W o 'XT/f\^T ^— I ^\'rf'/\ I Herman Street k-ayoy uoteij Kaigoome All Old Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie Friends Welcomed; Only Best Brands Stocked. I Miss E. Brien - - Proprietress AUSTRALIA HOTEL .. Opposite Post Office. * - , Catto's Special Bulk Whisky. Splendid Accommodation. Billiard Room and attention. Best on the Fields. I 4 Popular House with Visitors. ? ' , ft Wisbet ~ - - Proprietor I * ? . . ? , ? I DENVER CITY HOTEL, , coolgardie. , ; ; ? . j R. LOWMAN * - -. ? Proprietor t ? ^ ' ' * ' i ' Close to Railway Station, Municipal Gardens and Bowling Green. - BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS. - . ALL DRINKS ARE^THE COOLEST ? Metropolitan Hotel . . Bayley Street, Mps. Whitakep and Miss Butler Proprietresses. MOST POPULAR HOUSE IN TOWN. -Splendid Accommodation; ? ? ' . ? * ''??,'? \ - I I ?!? l '' ' ' UNION BEER ON DRAUGHT. ' B...

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MINER ACCOUNTS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

rr ? t tfr . .-ii ... ? ^3 MINER ACCOUNTS . A.11 accounts due by me should be aent'to Mr O. 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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Registry Offices. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

Registry Offices. The supplying of facilities whereby   those who need help, and those who need employment may be brought to- gether, is one of national, as well as of individual concern. Great abuses are often perpetrated by the keepers of registry offices, and the Government is preparing a Bill to put a stop to them. If it is not made so drastic as to put a stop to a very necessary avocation, it may become a very useful measure. Persons who seek employ- ment are often at the end of their resources, and it so important that   they shall get something to do with- out delay that they are often willing to mortgage the future to an alto- gether unreasonable extent. Their ex- tremesis is taken advantage of by un- scrupulous harpies who fleece them unmercifully. A girl, for instance, finds that the fee of the office is £1. She has not the money. Then she will be asked if she has not some jewellery or something of the kind, and may leave three or four times the v...

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POISON AND DAGGER. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

POISON AND DAGGER. An attempt has been made to kill Prince Yamagata, one of the Elder Statesmen of Japan. The attempt was   unsuccessful, the Prince escaping un- hurt. The would-be assassin committed sui- cide. He had concealed on his person a dose of morphine and a sharp-edged dagger, and while attempting to ap- proach Prince Yamagata he was ar- rested. The motive appears to be a   mystery. Prince Yamagata was comander of   the First Army in the Japan-China war.                    

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A COOLGARDIE INDUSTRY. THE LION BREWERY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

A COOLGARDIE INDUSTRY. THE LION BREWERY. It may not appeal to everyone that the brewing of good ale is an industry, but in the circumstances of the Lion Brewery, Coolgardie, warrant the use of the term. The full title of this es tablishment is the West Australian Lion Brewery and Ice Company, but while less has been done of late in the manufacture of ice, there has recently been added a department for the manufacture of aerated waters and cordials, Mr. Jacob Asher being in   charge. Productions of the best aera- ted drinks have been in operation for some time, and almost the whole of the hotels in Coolgardie are 'supplied from this source. Still more modern plant is being installed, and it is intended to make this factory the most' up-to-   date in the State. The enterprise   that evolved the starting of the Lion Brewery is evidently not on the wane, but so long as the present manage   ment continues this establishment must remain ...

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No Demand: No Strike! [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

No Demand: No Strike! A curious point has been raised for the defence in the case of the 48 rail- way employees who were prosecuted   for striking. Their counsel argued that the men had not made any de- mand. Therefore, the cessation of work could not be said to have been perpetrated "with a view of com- pelling their employer to concede cer-   tain terms of employment," which is     the essence of a "strike." His Honor remarked that a demand may be made without the use of words. When, a horse jibs or shies, it makes a de- mand. When a baby cries it makes a demand, and the parent knows what it is asking for. Such a serious ques- tion was raised, however, that his Honor (Mr. Justice Heydon) deferred   judgment until he should have time   to think it over,    

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Excessive Valuation. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

Excessive Valuation. The power given to the Commis- sioner of Taxation to assess for them- selves the values on which taxation is to be based, readily lends itself to serious abuse. It might, indeed, be made the means of inflicting cruel extortion. Without evil intention, or without any other object than that of protecting the public purse, Commis- sioners may make very gross over- charges, and, in the case of legatees and others who have not the means of contesting the cases, crushing in- justice may be perpetrated. A case has just been decided by the Chief Judge in Equity which, though it may   not fall under this category, forcibly   illustrates the fatal flaw involved in   making any man the judge in his-own   cause. Mrs. Maearthur Onslow died recently, and, as part of her property, left 139,000 shares in the Camden Park Estate, a limited company. The Stamp Commissioner estimated the va- lue of the shares at 35/ each. The execu...

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

Old Established Butchers,'       BAYLEY STREET. ½           BEST BEEF AND MUTTON IN TOWN.           TELEPHONE 25.       ______________               HORSE FEED.   Compare these prices witlrthose you are paying :         CHAFF, per ton, £5 ; Half-ton, £5 2s 6d ; less 5s 3d per cwt. (Delivered in Burbanks, 2s 6d per ton extra).   OATS, New Zealand white crushed, 5 bag lot at 4s 10d per bushel, less 4s 11d. BRAN, 5 bag lot at 1s 7½d per bushel ; 1 bag 1s 8½d, less 1s 10d. POLLARD, 5 bag lot at 1s 7½d per bushel ; 1 bag 1s 8½d, less 1s. 10d. WHEAT, 5 bag lot at 4s 1d per per bnshel ; 1 bag 4s 3d, less 4s 6d. &amp...

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Mt. Keith. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

Mt. Keith.         At Mt. Keith the various claims on   the fine line of reef are looking well. After several attempts to find an ade- quate water supply for the State bat- ery now being erected, a start was made to deepen Pearce's shaft, and it is understood that an ample supply has now been cut. There is now a large tonnage of ore at grass await- ing treatment, and the completion of the State battery is anxiously looked forward to by the prospectors of the field. A crushing from the Aurora (O'Donnell and party) returned 144¾ ozs. gold from 23 tons of ore. The State battery will commence crushing in the middle of May.   At Kathleen Valley and Sir Samuel mining is quiet. At Darlot mining is much as it was last year.     At Wilson's Patch the Great Wes- tern mine has worked somewhat in- termittently during the year, and ap- pears rather too poor to be profitable. At Mt. Clifford, t...

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"DINGO DAN." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

          "DINGO DAN." Ho! "Dingo" Dan, you're a merry merry man, But you make it warm for the dingo, You roam thro' the bush and don 't care a damn, For the "blacks" for you yap their   lingo. Ho! Dingo Dan you're a canny canny man,               In the setting of the snares quite       artful; So the dogs take the bait, you don't care a hang,   But rejoice when you 've trapped a     a cart full. Ho! Dingo Dan, you're a naughty     naughty man,           If tame dogs come your way, There's a bait ready laid, or a trap just at hand,       And you're off 'ere the break of day.     &am...

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THE NORSEMAN DISTRICT. ITS GEOLOGY AND HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 17 May 1913

THE NORSEMAN DISTRICT. ITS GEOLOGY AND HISTORY. There are many points of interest in connection with the Norseman gold- field, which has been so closely iden- tified with Coolgardie since the earliest days of mining in this portion of   Western Australia. In fact, there were prospectors at Dundas, or rather those who found gold whilst in search of pastoral country, before Bayley ob- tained gold near the old aboriginal's rock hole, at Fly Flat. The following geological, mineral and historical notes   from the report prepared by Mr. W.   D. Campbell, assistant geologist, in   1906, still afford interesting reading, and remain as finger-posts to the miner and prospector: —   "The existing leases (shown on the     plan with the report) are those which were in force at the end of July,1905, while the statistics of gold yield dealt with in the following report are up to the end of the year 1904, whe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

(Late of Victoria Park, Perth, and Children's Hospital) Wishes to notify the public of Coolgardie and District that he has purchased the ? eooLG?vR*oie pH^KM^ey .. ? (Late Cawthray's) The stock has been considerably increased and all Medicines, Druga, etc, will be sold at KRL®©'©SL,IE PHIZES McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. - May be consulted daily. Old Council Chamber, Opposite Denver City Hotel, Hours 9 a.m, to 9 p.m 'Don't Take Me Home I L Take me to 1 Opposite Law Courts, i ? Where you can get th8 latest in Fashion Books, Novels and School Books always on hand ''-. ?????:?':'??' v . Coolgardfe Miner delivered regularly D» --Macpherson,' ~ Dairy Produce Merchant, Commission and Indent Agent ' u . WOODWARD STBEET Local agent for James Gillespie, Ltd, Millers, ETortham, Kobur Tea Go, \ v V Loudon and Liverpool and Globe Insurance Go, ' Stocks of Butter, Bacon, and Cheese Sugar and Kerosene always on hand ^^.CGOLGKRDIE DKIRY ^¥^^*^M' MONTANA. ^^^&^^]'m P* ^URKE! ' ' Proprie...

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The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1913 ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

£fee Hoolgar die Ifpner Published Weekly SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1913 ? ITEMS OF INTEREST Why is Coolgardi© Depressed? — From time to time, answers to our question, in. addition, to -those wie fol lowed it up with .at the time, are pub mitted to us. The latest is tuat the Coolgardie-Kalgoorlie train service hss a lot to do with the matter, owing to the little; . dependence that can be} placed on the time-table. JTiequeutty | the express is half an hour, gne '.or two j hours late, so that those who have ( daily business in Kalgoorlie are un- ' able to keep their appointments. Thus ' it is many who- otherwise would mafce th;eir homes in Coolgardie are com pelled to reside in Kalgoorlie. It- is strange that th0 department does not make some more effective effort to ad here to the time-table.' 3 Coolgardie Continuation Classes. — The first term of the above school ended this week. There is a vacation of one week, and the new term begins ! on Monday,. 26th May. All students | are required to r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

| fiSfcvrr*^ -,_^ HAN-LEY* and I ? ^l& '^- ? ;. - . QUILTY I ; -* , (SUc;CE35OIlSvTO BUTCHER & UfTR, Ltil), Premier Butchers.-. - Wholesale .and KotaiL Oafts' Call My where aricfEverj- ' '.? ' _Trlie:e. .-'Pliono 8'2/Coalg^iudie. .. - ' OU-Il .M OTTO— Highesl.. Quality, Lowest Prices! , ' Having Installed, an np-to-datc.Tlefrigeraliiig Plant, vre arc prepared to nseept for , ^tor.ifte any l-eri^icible Produce. Lowest, Kates oii Application. -?. ; -LOCAL BBODXJCiS, - - ,. ; '': ' ' ?''?'-' ? r... i ._ i »akd'as ?':-,'.'' ? ? 1 , GpOI)_ls;- THE-; BEST. ''' ' -' -'?..* ^, .* ', 1 ' ' ' '' / ? 0. VINCENT,; 7T\ CUNNINGHAM, ' ^-L';'vBRUT0N Managing' Director. -.„- ..? -Brewer,'-. -Secretary'. The Coramercial Dflioii 7issnrap Coy.,. ''LW. UNDERTAKES - Pare, Employers9 IncSemnity, and' Live Stock Kaaks. — LOWEST RATES. — ?~ - . - . ? C. VINCENT, Sole Agent. . Y iteia - ffefal -. -\, - Coolgardfe, ' ;. ? v . l;_beuton (ScciTlnry.oC Lion Brewery^), lias taken this beautifully ...

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Notes from Westers. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

P'-GtGS frzm 'v^esfC'Ei5^ Says tire ':2\Ie:reJin Mercury': — ^L'cputation to cSe jlinisiei s .tt Mer i\ vlin.-^-Thc Wo&cuiii, Progve?s »osoeia tiD.L at Ito hisc nicetixig decided that; 1 ey vroLi1! bo vr^al rcpi'Pdented at the clc-putation to the Minister for Lands and Works on JT'riday, the 36th insu, nt x'Lejreclin. The gentlemen 'selected './ tlio Progiebt; Asbooiation lOpie^^nx .j^ tiie j.nun mining interests of the re id are: lucssr's. M. Y7iilia.ins, Blna Yioy G.-'I. Co.; 11. Gieenwa;^ Myrtle l..iiii'al (lepresenling A. ilv. jiiorgdns'' mlcre&ii?) ; Ji. S. Baifckey, Oxezii finch 1. M. Co.; Sicltanl lloliues, Myrtle' i'la&t; G. 'Webber and C-. Staile (sac retary, 'We&tond Progress Association). jlony matters of intcrcsL, all eFotting the welfare of the Westons licld will !jo brought foiward, jjrincipal amongst sraue being' tiie qussnou of water supply. It is contended that o^ing Lc the cost of pumping water from Mttndaring to the Wcslons field, b...

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SPORTING. COOLGARDIE'S SUCCESSFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

SPOTTING. COOLGARDIE '3 SUCCESSFUL MEETING. In concluding the round for these meetings on Saturday, last, the Cool gardie Club had a highly successful wind up, and will show a handsome profit, as disclosed by the appended figures. The slight rain on. ine Wed nesday had some effect on the atten dance, but Saturday was a aav of per fect weather, and there waa a big im provement in the attendance. That the meeting was a successful one is shown by the tote receipts, which totalled' £6,667/10/- as against the neareBt approaching meeting in the season last year. There was also an improvement in the fields, and on most of the races the place tote was opened to pay on three horses. The vent ire of the club in - increasing the stakes by £500, or to a total of £1,050, and ar ranging class plates, proved a good one, and it was this that led to better fields. -. The receipts for the meeting from bookmakers was £812; gates, first day, £266/15/-; gates, second day, '£379/11/, making these receipt...

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SENATOR PEARCE IN COLLGARDIE. VALUE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

SENATOR PEAROE IN COOL . GrARjtJCue?. VALUE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT. The Mayor (Mr. D. McPhefrson) did not allow the visit of Senator Pearee, Minister for Defence, ? to go without some ? civic reception, so that before the Federal representative departed, he was entertained in the Council Chamber. Brief speeches were ma/le by the Mayor, Crs. Faahan and others; Mr. C. McDnwall. M.L..A.. Lieut. Raid (area officer), P. Evan (Railway Union), M. Cohn (Mining Registrar) and others all agreed as to the good, work that Senator Pearee has done in J connection with his adminisfr *-n of the national defence policy oi Aus tralia. | Senator Pearce- in response, admit ted he was in a_ happy position as a I Federal Minister because there was no j department that received so much I general recognition. It was allowed on all hands that defence was a national, and not a party, question. Owing to his early associations with Coolgardie, having been in the Old Camp in the early days, he was pleased to .atte...

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