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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

j^-. Procurable iri New South Wales :^A^^^^^Jm ^ ; ? : 'fie-'ivne- anc i&vy ?%'*? for - ', { ?;?-? V.':--: liW & 'SECONDHAND . -: - / ??_.* -Mf ING :? -M ACHIN i^8|£r ?' ' ? -'-3 ' 'i''\-. .' -?/?.?? '^. ..'? .' '.', .v~ '':'?. ^ '??? ? ...? ? ??:?; :: '?'?' -; '' ??.: ;'.????-''' -\:: . -; ? ? :.':';'-;:' ? -. ? ?'?.?-'?*' - . ; {PX ANTS^RE^^^ {. { :' { ;,V^^;':-;.;:v\::;;^-'vBuUfincli Proprietary- MiilT.:^: {; v ;;{{;;- ; ; ? \:\--::-v;;s/.r:^-::v^p-mtrfWai% North Mine- J ^{-;.f''r.' . ?- : ? ^^^/?^fo^V^^Adiia/May Mine ?.. -v v;--.V:':':;- ';^ - ^:I{{:.-— ^' -^Mi Gormalong Mite, ? Leonora//:-- : {{ ?.? ? ' ? 7;: ;-'-?{--?{' ?'?', -{-Kyarra Gold Mine.' { { ???; ??;??; v'v- : '';?- . . ' ? ; ;;-';; : / ' ?' \'M {/vRoyal Standard Gold Mirier 5 ?? :{./; ?,{-:: ? l-v- ' ?^:,il;^K:':-^;v v-Gteat Victorious Mine, C^a:Bati6a, . \'V- vP.^ ': ?: :. : - :r:: ? . .Etc., -Etc. . :--'?\:-fi::-/^[-;:-%:Pf : ' ? . GASH oil TERMS. .CORRESPON D EKa!^;;I^ITED. ft \/^;:;/^^^QtTLtjEm H...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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SALT FOR TOILET PURPOSES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

SALT FOR TOILET PURPOSES, ? -»- ? ? Salt as a tooth, powder is better than almost anything that can be bought. It keeps the teeth brilliantly^ white and the gums hard and rosy- The salt for this purpose should be highly pulverised. If after having a tooth extracted the mouth, be filled with salt and water, it will allay tho danger of having haemorrhage. If the feet are tired or painful after long standing, great relief can be had by bathing them in salt water.! ? A handful of salt to a gallon o( water is the right proportion* ?Have the water as hot aa can bo comfortably borne. Immerse tho feet, and throw the water over the legs as far as the knees with tho hands. When the water becomes too cool, rub briskly with a flesh towel- This method, used night and morning is most beneficial to the feet. 1 ''I fear he yielded to the tempta« tion to enrich himself at the expense? pt the share-holders,' ?''TJiat wasn't a temptation,'-1 sr©» piled the cold-blooded fioanjoie^

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Croquet Competition. Fifteen Minutes Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

Croquet Competition. Fifteen Minutes Competition. The members of the' Coolgardie Croquet Club had a pleasant time on Wednesday, when there was a dual function — a', fifteen minutes tourna ment and a presentation to Mrs Uevile', who is a departing member. There' was a good assemblage of lady players and spectators, and numerous entries for Miss Reid's tournament prize, a- handsome pair of bronzes, which were won by Mrs Beunett .Tn-nPHfinfi Mrs Nevile. The mayor ess also presented Mrs Nevile, on behalf of the club, with a handsome ; f ilver-mounted cut glass perfume- i holder and a bottle ot perfume as a ' slight recognition of her services to the club as an active member of the committee. Afternoon tea was served by Mrs R. S. Williams and Mrs M. Reid, aud a very pleasant time. was spent. ? ._ ? ^ ? ?Nbrtham Sheep. — Mr Tom Davison is now showing some Northam mutton, a consignment of which he seoured yesterday,

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Coolgardie Racing Club, Ltd MEETING OF NEW COMMITTEE. THE SEPTEMBER PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

Co©lgardie Racing Club. Ltd ?MEETING OF NEW COMMITTEE. THE SEPTEMBER PROGRAMME.' Tlie first meeting for- this ? year of the committee of the -Coolgardie Rac ing Club was held on Monday evening, at the club's offices, Hunt-street, when there was a good attendance, presided over by the president (Dr. Ellis). The following list of improvements was submitted by the wonts commit tee: — 1.' Erect trellis to hide entrance to kitchen; _ .» _ , _, \ x . 2. Erect private W.C. at rear of members' bar, and altar present urinal to suit. ? ' ? 3. Alter 'bar ' in members '? room to allow of more counter space. 4. To cut ou't shrubs inside ring fence- to allow of a clearer view of racing. ' ( I '' 5. To remove -five furlong barrier to the two miles. 6.' To- thoroughly harrow the track; Mr. Seahill was authorised to purchase suitable implement in Perth. 7. To erect barriers ai pay win dows. N After a brief discussion all. the sug gestions were adopted, meanbers of the committee having recognised tha...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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FOOTBALL. BRIGADE DEFEAT COOLGARDIE. VANQUISHED LACK COMBINATION. UMPIRE'S RESIGNATION [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

FOOTBALL. LKIGADE DEFEAT COOLGARDIE. VANQUISHED LACK COMBINA TION. - ' . UMPIRED RESIGNATION, These old rival teams met on the Uoolgardie Recreation Ground on Suu. cijiy afternoon, and; the street talk' of the; jjrevious evening promised a close contest, but' in this we were all disap-- pointed. There was a . large atten dance of th© public, and both clubs had practically their best men in the field, the- noticeable absentee being WilJiams. of tlie Cooleardieites.- lie. was greatly missed, but even his pre sence- could hot have turned the bal ance in favor of his club. The great majority of the Fire Brigade players arc mere whippets, but' these boys are 'slick as grease' and. too fast for any other players round here. Besides, they attend to their' training, and that* cannot be said of the Uoojgardie team, as a whole, although 'there is a marked improvement in this connection. One vociferous Coolgardie barrackef. Re ferred to the Brigade bqys as the sarsaparilla team, and that. was ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

(Advertisement) $afurday, 3Islj]2a£ 8 a.m. fo 8 p.m/ In iglo, the burden of taxation * imposed upon the people by -- the Federal Labor Govern- , . meht resulted in a gross rev enue of ... ... £16,651,338 This year ' (I9I3), as a conse- , quence of the predatory at taeks on the -earnings of th« people, renderad necessary. 1 , by its profligate financing of wild cat Socialistic schemes, .the 'Fisher, Governmeat will' ? - - gather in the enormoue sum of ... .. /22,683,54V In 19I0 the States' subsidies totalled ,., ... ^8,405 672 This year^ (1913), Federal pay ments *to the State Treasur- . ers will amount to... \ ^6,078,750 The Net Expenditure will be double ?what it was in 1913. The policy of the Laborites is to starve the States, and thoreby add to the bur , den of local taxation, whilst inureasing the Federal expenditure to a degrae which must have disastrous consequen ees on the, earning capacity of the Com- t mbnwealth, For the great bulk of the taxatien imposed by the Socialists ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

Cheapest and Best on the Market Owing to the Recent 'Great*: Fall in the Price of Stock, Sve^ urc-~- n abled to make our customers a handsome present. The H-. a. a.iJ Cheapest Meat in the District. Our Cash over the Counter Prices are a distinct gaiu to the Householder. We arc now Making Special Reductions to encourage/a^cash fcra-l-\ thereby paving the consumer the cost of delivery- As to th-- quaii - ty — There is no comparison. ' ' In Price ,and Value we have no'competitors-n these FielJ ?. ' The best is good enough tor me ' exclaims t:he consum-r. ' We are supplying it at a lower cost than ever prevailed .previously.'2 Look at this Price List! We,.. the undei s'gned, have agreed that on and after this dale ouiv ';?.* prices will be a? follows — ' '. For Cash over the Counter :— koast ' 4d to 7d Sides _ , ? 7|d Sirloin ' 7d and 8d Hind Quarters -8id Sump Steak Ss ^eSs ? - ;d | Fore Quarters od peef Steak 4d to 7& shoulders ? . 7-j Corned Brisket 4Jd Bri-asts . 6d Corned R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

1 ? 1 ??' 1. ? — — . ? t ; ?;^osv ©oMforls for Winter Weather, We, have opened a splendid range of Ladies Costumes, the latest cut and colors, in Venetian Cloth, - Whipcord, Chariot Serge, Face Cloth, etc. The whole of these high-class Costumes will bs oJDEored ' at special low pvices. Ladies, drop in and ses these prices. We have secured a lot of Manufacturers' samples of Ladies Coats and Golfers, all of which we have - marked at half usual prices, we intend making this line go quickly, and the great reductions will ' soon effect a clearance, ~ ? ? Another great bargain we will offer you is a SPECIAL PUHOHAOE OF GOLF BLOUSIHOS A splendid range of colors and patterns. The ususl .price in the trade for this line is 1/3 yard. - McKay's knock-out price will be/6$d yard. We also have a special heavy line of Blouse FlinneJ- ' ' ? ' ettes, ordinary price 1/6 yard. Take your choice now at 10|d ya.rd.' J* C. McKay^s Best Value Store; Bayley Stfeet?Coolgardk

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

TTnion Bulk . Beer, : Famous rI'hroughout the .Eastern Goldfields. Brewed and Bottled by ' The Union Brewery - Kaigpotlfc ^! 'O \7 A¥ :f~l f\T£± I Hannan Street ? .CliVfJJ -.iXUttJl, ^ Kalgoerlie All Old !Goo)gardie and Kalgoorlie Friends Welcomed. - ' Only Best Brands Stocked. Miss' E, Brien - - Proprietress -a_xjstr^lZaT hotel . ' Opposite Post Office. Ciuio b b^Gclui iJu.k V/Lisky. Splandid Accommodation. Billiard Room and attention.' ? Best on- the Fields. ' k Popular House with Visitors. R.TMisbet .-' - - . 'Proprietor . DEN V-E R CITY HOTEL, - COOLGARDIE. ' R. LOWMAN ' - *- ? Proprietor ' ' *? '-?? f Close to 'Railway Station, Municipal Gardens and Bowling Grean. ? ' — BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS. .— ' ALL DRINKS ARE THE HOOLEST ,. , , Metropolitan Hotel . . Bayley Street. Mrs Whitakep and Miss Butler Proprietresses. '~ . MOST POPULAR HOUSE IN; TOWN. x Splendid Accommodation. * ? — — — ^— ? / ' ? UNION BEER ON DRAUGHT. \ ' '. ' '- Best Brands only of Wines.and Spirits. , ' -?' ' ' ...

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METHODIST CHURCH. Next Sundy, June 1st. "SISTER LILY," [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

METHODIST CHURCH. Next'Sundy, June 1st. -j , . . . — ^ - . 'SISTER LILY,' A gifted and successful evangeMst, will conduct morning and evening services. Meetings every evening for a fortnight.

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Sporting. TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

Spopting1. - TUEF. The degenerency of sport is com- ' aieutecl on by the Sydney 'Daily Telegraph,' in the following para graph:— : . - 'The ugly passions that lie painfully near the surface in every sport into which the money element' outers found vc-nt at Adelaide, in a rush made oy a crowd of disappointed racegoers at -a jockey whom they charged with ? im proper riding, ancl at Melbourne in a fiee fight at a football match after one oi: the players had handed an other 'a heavy blow on the stomach,' which prostrated him. -'These exhibi tions of mob-violence- are .-rarer on the' racccou'rse than on «the football field, but the savagery of a crowd of race course 'sports ''is not infrequently far worse than that of the followers of football, probably because horse .rac ing in practice cannot 'be carried 011 without betting, whilei 'ootball is. not so much mixed' up with that evil.- It is not so many years ago that a^ de faulting bookmaker was chased by an infuriated crowd on a Melbour...

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Limiting Mining Areas. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

Limiting fining Areas. . ? .© ? During the early days of most of tbe diggings on tbe goldfields of tbe Commonwealth, tbe mining areas that any one person could hold were very limited. If we look: back we find tbat tbe younger the field tbe smaller the area tbe individual ' was alowed to hold. That was in the infancy of min ing, but, as difficulties presented them selves in the form'd? water, deep sink ing, or tbe need of capital, so did tbe area tbat companies could bold in crease. Throughout tbe history of Aus- ' tralian mining it has been the custom to increase tbe area that a corporation or individual could bold, in a reason able ratio to tbet capital tbat was need ed and tbe risk t'hat tlie company or. individual was going to take. Tbat was a wise, just and progressive way of regulating the number of acres tbat any person or company could bold for mining purpose's. In tbe early days of this State it was found tbat those who looked for alluvial only, were quite content with a few...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

See our New Stock of — ' ' - * ? Men's (Btiesferfield (Eoats, ' / ? ; .. . Just the article for the cold weather ' / ' ' v i ? I ,- * Also see our extra .special line oi—. - ' -.-_.. ©ress Tweeds To-day's price, 1/.-, 1/3, 1/6 yard * 1 .' f/

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YILGARN GOLD YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

YILGARN GOLD YIELD. ? %P ? ? ? '????? 1911 1012 1913 Ozs. Ozs Ozs January .... .734 . 941 353S February .. ... 322-1 1556 -2504 March ? 2894' I5S2 7552 April .. .. .; 1620 1966 6898 May ? . 658 ? i*-21 June ? ' 954 2S41 -July ? ? 1497 2476 August . . . , 1630 2780 September .... 818. 2.870 ~ October ? a772 . 3302 November .... 1215 4272 Bea«aib&- ..., ,a.o7« &7Z5

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

[?] BaySey Street, I Our Second Showing of New Season's Goods Just to Hand, including all the latest v- ? .- ?? - ? . . - ????*.- In LADIES' COATS, CtoTUMES, BLOUSES AND FURS. , ;\ ? . 1 . ^lB0 a special showing of all the latest in Tr; rained Millinery, including all the Nowcst London and Paris ILodds.- . ? I - We have secured a big consignment of Boys' Colored^Jorseys which we intend to clear at Sal© Prices

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

? ' YOUTH AND OLD ASS. A. remedy, equally .good for you^g and old is''BONNINGTO-ST?S IB IS LI MOSS.' It will cure bronchitis, in fluenza, whooping-cough, or croup with oq.ua! certainty. Only take 'BON- tflNGTON'S.'' - ' '. .

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Novel Tribute Proposition. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

Novel'Trihute^Proposition. - The Minister' for Mines recently announced, that he had let theUn dauiited mine on ' tribute, and ap peared to think he had done a real fine thin^ for Qoolgardie, but the most remarkable terms on which he ' offered' the tribute simply 'choked the workers off.' The' Government has one of'.those dead liens on this property, but was quite willing to b'ive a two years' tribute on the re markable conditions laid down, either by Mr Collier or one of his ultra smart advisers. The main' joke in these conditions was that -not more than four men should be employed, but to work theoift mine there would be required an enginedriver. braceman, and platman, leaving one man to do the actual mining. Such a prodigy is not available here, and if one does exist it must be he who was respon sible for imposing such a ?condition. Had the Minister stipulated that 20, or even 40, men should be employed that would be mor.e in accord with the dictates of common sensej and better c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

if ?) ^ (d ~^ V5 1 S £ 3 8 ©^ ^ # ♦ ' .. V ISF^ in h 9'' fj -^ ''S^'? (£?'*» JL 'I / ' ' Jiving an oil Oooigsriiie resident-; the-. y '? Pni;'.\-U)V c*tii:M-s to liiiV'.1- a ili'i-ou-Jfli k.'j-.'iv'niir-i of l!:i- i.'ii.wrtsnce of il.e great mineral belt .as a mining jj coi,i!T,::ni -ths exj;oiiuiico gained :!-}' . | l-!.^V\y (?:;?.!! rcii '!i w,ili vaiioii* psrts ' 5 of- -,'v,^ ;.'..:-! ;'r. chirinsr uijUicts ol' lie ?I . 1 .«— f .- :?,:?? ]i :;:-?{?.?.. i ::;.ii)ii.i!!\ll, in s!ar:i:is- J ,'. a !\;'r, '! li'i- V.'!^: p-.'.-pi'iilillcS .uf I i[\-- I'f-.iwuicr-ui.'.g of public in Iciest in ;i,f Oil f'anip a J iis inmivdiaio iscitib^ onibooO., By ilm dissenif'-'itii'Mi of- -?' !w-'.iiiii!i'' Mniing -f '?'..«, and devoting' nffri: ii''H to (-veryUiing pi' interest to ? _' | ?;.»? (i's1!-!':-1; and its p6-.[-!e, lijore needs n;i.\ tie l.-y:--i mi, ?[..-; r' of t!;e latterto - ?? ;i--n!-' l!ie *'.C osh -of ait organ of f-ue'n ifli-iiieulabltj value to ;itiy coiuruiiiiit y as ;1 Loom I P...

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UNWORKED MINERALS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

UNWOEKED MINERALS. Some time ago, several' of our lead ing mining men, prospected an ambly gonite lode near Coolgardie, and sam ples were sent to Germany,' but the result showed the lode could not be made pavable under, existing costly conditions. This is the mineral from which' litia is manufactured. But there are other minerals on these fields, and at the last 'Warden's Qourt, 'at Norse man, the Warden heard the adjourned application of F. H. Backhouse, for nuirly of Coolgardie^ for a mineral 'lease four miles, west of the 97-Mile peg on the railway line. . ?' . The applicant said his find consists of a manganese lod;e carrying cobalt sample' tested by the Geological De partment gave. the, follo'wing results: — Metallic manganese^ 33.08 per cent. ]ron, 8.23 per cent. Silica, 8.86 per cent. . '? Cobalt, 2.33 per cent. ? ? Nickel, 1.07 per cent. A e-tst by Mr. Molesworth, of Syd ney, was as follows':— ? - Metallic manganese, -15 per cent. Iron Oxide, 22.1 per cent. Silica, 4.3 per c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

- -REMARKABLE. PROPHESY. LONG. LIFE FOR THE EARTH, ' That the earth will bo habitable' for a. hundred million years to come is the belief of Dr. Thomas C. Cham berlain, the' well-known 'geologist. He declares that climatic phenomena and ? temperature conditions of the last hundred million years warrant him in offering his optimistic pro1 phecy. His basis'for the theory of perpetuity for human life is his own 'planetesimal hypothesis' that the world is nof, gradually cooling from a ball of fire, but that it has grad ually grown in size by absorbing other smaller masses of matter. Tii earthquake is really only jn. trk;-.:i phenomenon of the earth. The /rrc-.u , question for us ho argues, is iio! what disasters impend but w=--;-,. agencies are likely to perpetuate K' -'The hnman race has really Just ccj-i. Jnto possession of the earth. ri-^- fact that the ropke and the animals have had their eras of prosperity te the basis for his belief that we boyi? Bullions of years before us. * ? ,...

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