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LOST CHEQUES. Supposed to Have Been Stolen. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

LOST CHEQUES. . Supposed to Have Been Stoleu. Mr C. F. J. Hall t«d mud* up his ' banking slip at about 2,30 yesterday afternoon, and this with/three Govern- . lnent cheques amounting to £5'i'he' left on. the desk with his book, while he went outside. He was not away more than two or three minutes,5 but; ' on ret.irning to the office he iound the cheques were gonn. The trutter was at once reported to iho police, but up to a lato hour last night the cheques had not been traced-. ? One - was for £24, another for £1 8, and the third for £12, the lutter'beiug made payable to Mr Hall, who states he saw no one about the place at the time. Sister Lily, a gifted and sucoessful evangelist is to arrive this morning ' and to begiu to morrow an evangel-* istie mission in the Methodist Church. The missio'ner has had considerable experience in this work, having con? . ducted many successful missions in different parts of England and in most of ihe' Eastern States. She..is reputed to begboth a good...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE MINISTER FOR WORKS. RECEIVES COOLGARDIE DEPUTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

THE MINISTER FOR WORKS. RECEIVES COOLGASDIE DEPUTATIONS. - . The Minister for Works arrived in Coolgardie by the express yesterday morning and spent some time in quiring into water supply matters, iucluding the question of moving the workshops and p'ant to Kalgoorlie. He was accompanied by the Engineer for Water Supply (Mr O'Brien), and the head of 'the Kalgoorlie office (Mr Trethowen). Having completed his inquiries, Mr Johnston was taken in hand by the- mayor and councillors and was shown over the municipal gardens, after which an adjournment was made to the mayor's'parlor where his health was toasted. Mr C. McDowall, M.L.A., then introduced the council as a deputa tion, and' submitted the following matters for consideration l: — (1). A grant for repairs to Gniu-1 bine-road from railway ga'es fco Hunt street, the road being utse'd for ra-lway purposes. (2). Assistance towards r. pairing and kerbihg the . footpath t.round tne Government buildings from which the council dsrives no r...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

ITEMS OF INTEREST Prospectors' Euchre Party and Dance. — The annual euchre party and dance* of the Leaseholders and Pro spectors Association will be held in the Town Hall on Wednesday, July 16. Last year this was the social event of the season, and it should be an equal success next month, v Brennan Bros.1 Display. — As an nounced in this issue Messrs Brennnn Bros, are now making their second showing of new and seasonable goods.. The display in the windows and all departments is an extremely attrac tive one, and will draw much attention to-day. ?'. . '„ Election Results. — Mr R. Nisbet has made arrangements to post pro gress returns ot the elections at the Australia Hotel this evening. These should begin to go up about 8 o'clock, and posting will be continued until late at night. „,' Price of Meat. — Messrs Hanley and Quilty and Black Bros announce a re vised price list showing further re ductions. Political Address.— The Postmaster General (Mr C. E. Frazer), who has recovered from ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1913 LEASEHOLDERS AND PROSPECTORS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

ttbe 1 Ipoolgardie 5'iner Published1 Weekly SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1913 LEASEHOLDERS AND PROSPEO TOSS' ASSOCIA'i'i^Jtf. - Accompany this issue will be found 1 the full report, of the Conference .of j delegates to the Prospectors and Leaseholders '? Associations, *whieh was held here in January last. Owing to various Reasons the executive of that body was not in a position to have this earlier, but now that it ias ap peared, copies of this issue will be. cir culated' throughouf the State with a view to further strengthening 'an or ganisation .that has been formed with the primary object of assisting the 11 battler for gold,3' the man who finds and desires to develop 'his own pro perty, in circumstances that are cal culated to give him the opportunity of securing a fair share 01 his gold .to himself, and,: incidentally, to add to the value of our goldfields as a wealth producing 'asset., Both the Coolgardie Association and the Executive held back the publication so that the differ ent bodi...

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ANOTHER RICH PATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

ANOTHER RICK PATCH. It was reported some tiuie iigo Lluit Charley Mitchell had put through 10 tons from his' P.A on the old Indicator for a total return of 21U ozs. 5dwts., and since then he has taken up the p-round as a eold minine lease. This however, has not changed his luck, as he has dropped on another patch which, when completely cleaned up, will yield between 50 and 60 ozs. The gold runs in flat leaders, and the patches are found near, tliie wali. When the leaders strike a big.felsite lode, into which .they run, the gold cuts out, but, -while .some ^uead work has to be done, Mr. Mitchell has every reason to be highly satisfied ? with hla property. ' ? , ' ' J , x '

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

MINING. There are several parties now pros pecting in 'the vicinity of old' leases, and near where good returns have been made more recently, but so far' they have nothing definite^ to report, although in several instances the indi cations are encouraging. One party found some nice gold in a surface leader this week, but deckled to gu down a few feet before making par ticulars of the find puglic.

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A PREDICAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

A PREB£&1!*iT. ~ Mr. Poodle knew well the value '-' an initial laugh whteh it is so ncc ' sary to introduce ir.to the boginnv i, of a speech, to put the audience ii. :? a good tc-mpcr, ::;td especially r ? when a tfiscussic) of. some weigl.V 'Astronomy tells- us,' he begc-.-., 'according to cur iwarned friend who has just sat down after 3his most in teresting remarks o\\ that fascinating, scisr.ce, that an' c::press train, travel ling at the rate ci' one hundred mi-les a second, would U\\e several million years to reach a certain, star.' He paused and beamingly looked round on the assr-mbled company. 'That was the statement,' said a neighbour. 'I was just thinUing,' went on Mr. Poodle, '''what -a ?.'predicament' a man would be in if he missed the last train and had to walk !'?

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FEMALE PARISH CLERKS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

FEMALE PARISH CLERKS. AltkoHgh, ia England, the eustosi of km Ing lovelj woman to officials in this «r.p&cU;f is not general, there are isolated iustr.:ices ol ft even now, and at one tiaio lady parish clerks were often met with. In. the parish register, of Tottemlge ap pears the following : ' 1802, March 2.— Buried, .Elizabeth King, tridow, for forty-six '. years clerk of this parish, in the ninety-first year- of bez age,.' In 1823, a female acted as clerk to tha .parish of Sudbrooke, '.- Lincolnshire, and mother at Ickburgh, in the Com\tv of Nor folk, tho latter being in office there in 18-53 Mary Mounford was clerk at Misterton, Somersetshire. ^ ^ The famous Madame D'Arblay writes in aer diary : ' There was at {Jullompton only I poor wretched ragged woman, a ferosJb jlert, to show us this church. B»'- pays a ssan for doing the duty, while she receives be salary in right of her deceased husband*'

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What Are We to Believe? [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

What Are We/ to Believe? :: 'The .evening newspaper _in question :is',-. a particularly lively; political- par-; ? tisan,:- and, nnf brtunately, ^^the/ railways have .become, - to' sonie extent, 'what Judge Higgiris -^alTs! -a ?-:*? ' e oeksiiy' ' ; f or ;the; 'pbiitieians. ; In- -its: columns^ the: (Jnier Oomnussioner i»; nimost aaiiy apostrophised in sarcastic {terms with' the greeting; c 'Bravo .'Vpni .-ifohnsbn..'-'- Political iiartisansiiip is not favorable to the development of the spirit ?' .which- rc naught extenuates, and nauglit sots down in malice..' ' But the su^pi.voas of the public,- even after iv- lias al lowed a liberal discount [on account of this -circumstance,' are aggravated , by the; silence': of the 'other newspapers. It. is: affirmieicl, ? f or instance, that the automatic signalling'''. system h'as heen jjiscarded by 'nearly ; every .^railway company that h as 'tried , it. Surely, it 'should be possible, as a matter of fact; and' !apart, from political bias, ...

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The Railways. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

-: ;: ; The Eailways. '. : 'Persistent and '. sensational attacxs pa the .managenient of the State rail ways are -being .published by-; -one of ' our evi&ning ; newspapers'. ' Concern-ing the scarcity 'of engines, which' is ; as cribeld-as; one of the causes of being tinable to ' get produce to market -in reasonablei tiine,. it is alleged that numbers of locomotives have to be withdrawn .for ?' repairs in consequence of ?'-'the adoption of an unsuitable lubri-.. cant. . This ; question of 'locomotives, it '..-may ; be 'neaneniberec], was ascribed by .the Chief; Commissioner to the ne glect of ..the Stats Government to com ply with .his reqiiest that a nnmber should:; 'be ordered. This intimation was giyen : at a ?time ?'?when' . it was ,f ore seen: Jbha;t; the': traffic ; was likely to rapidly 'Viii'crease.- ;; The ;.'?' -in crease'; has Cpine, ,and^ from 8wh'a'iieiver cause, there is -a shortage of ''engines. ? The lefence of the G-pvernment; is that it, was not given'|p un...

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

??..',:-:?? A MABTYB'lv^' xjciisLaS: :. .'' &' , ' ? ?? - ' . ' : ' ' ' _??'???? ? ? ^.'-3?'br years I wns a -martyV to liver, 'complaint, '.; ' writes Mrs: Gorlctx, . 112 Clyde-stvett, Bailarat, Vic. 'I would gel droaclful JH.c'k: headaches and' be nna-bi-s' to eat. T .cor.sn.lted n doctor1 'hiu,he v.:.fts iinn'v]^ to do iv.p. any iiood..1 ?!? EA-pntually-*.' I- - tricnl dhninbSrbiu's ;, /]-ablet.s: and-clerr.-.c-rl such behest -from them. That my:' health, is now perfect. ' - Sold ^ by 'G. : Wilson: and W. A, .'ian' lein; - Marvel Loch. -^ { .; {:;.-.;.

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PACKET REGULATIONS. Commercial Papers. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

- PACKET EEGULATIONS; ' , ?-'-.,. Coirraercial Papers. ;.- Commercial. --papers include all papers and documents, not wh oily' printed, which have not' the character of dentni 'eorrespbnden.ee, such as accounts, in voices, reee''ij)ts,- bankers' packets (con hai.nijig cheques, etc.), bank pass . books ? . cheque farms (bound- in books), drafts fUes. cf ouiciai papers, jns'iirance doeu ;ncnts, legal ctqcuaients, manuscript, aotfees of. meetings, raio noticea, scrip, plans and specifications. . .; ? .-.??? Up to . 51bs/in Weight. ..For Delivery— - , - :X, 1. Wfthin the Commonwealth fpr? N'ew Zeaiandj for every 2ozs. or f)«c -? tibn thereof, Id. : ? : ; 2.. In all other places, not: ex^oea -ing 2ozs., -3d.; 4ozs.,: :3V-d.; 6ors;., -A\}'.-..: Sbzs., 4%d..; lOozs., ocl. -Ea'ch a.ddi!;i';\?J- ,2ozs. or fraction thereof, Id. . { ?? Money orders are issued and* - ago-, ;iable,-iii almost evol'y er.nnify -n' vht wcrl^ .and- tirat is the best -ar.'rl ??sasi-ist. way ''of sending small remitty...

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[?] HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

[?] vviiiiin tlie CoiK-iiiouwcalca or Au;--,j L-aiia-r': — . ?..'.'?? .'- I . ?beUGi'S.— One peiiny.por half ounce.;). .,- .Letter Cards-— -Shigio, one penny each; -}.;, S-epiy.^— One pen_ny eae-h liaif. .; {;?' ... - j-' .Vest 'Cards.— Single, one' penny 'ea^h. T Reply— one . penny o.tic-h half..- .; --.:;::. '..?.i\'ewspapeis.-^As' at present. ' ' .1 l 'Australian.' Newspapers.— One- half'j peniiy for every ten ounces or part of j. cen ounces- (each. ? newspaper)'.. . - . Printed Papers (as preseribed).— One half penny pev two ounces or part' of Wo ounces.. . ? '' . . ?''??? '? To Oversea -Douiinions, all- British' ??? Colonies, and- -Protectm'ates '(excepting i Ne'v.' li-cbride's) :— . ???' - .;''-? ? ' N 'Letters.— -Ou.s penny per half ounce. ?] ' All articles sent by pest .tliatvare valuable . ot ..that . may require to., he traced shoukl be registered.' V ; . For snort messages or trade', orde'ra.; :: ase post cards; you will, find them con venierif ;-v;a e;'.c;.ip; /' - . Li'...

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

              BLACK BROS.,   Old Established Butchers,         ____________ BAYLEY STREET. BEST BEEF AND MUTTON IN TOWN.   TELEPHONE 25.         HORSE FEED.           ____________                     Compare these prices with those 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, ...

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HOT TEA FOR POLICEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

HOT TEA FOR POLICEMEN. The various police boxes in Glasgow are to be fitted with electric hot plates to enable constables on night duty to make themselves a cup of tea or "other     hot drink." The average Australian policeman is only a very moderate tea drinker, but the introduction of some such contrivance as that in Glas- gow, would be very acceptable these   cold nights for the "other hot drinks."            

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The Northern Territory. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

The Northern Territory. The following rather gloomy account of the Northern Territory has reached us from a man who knows the North well:— "Thing's seem to be going on in the same old way here. The Government are spending a lot of money on build- ings and officials, but are doing nothing that will help to open up any of the industries. A few blocks are being worked along the banks of the Daly River, but this is only good land for a distance of half a mile on each side of the river, and for a length of 15 miles, and there are not 10 good farms in the lot. At present these are under water after a rainfall that is six inches below the average. This means that the people who want to work, will   have to wait another two months be- fore they can get on to blocks which, so far, have only been able to produce about four bags of mosquitoes to the acre.     "The army of Government officials are mostly getting corpulent, and say that the North is a fine ...

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

CURE THAT COLD BONNINGTON'S IRISH MOSS NEVER FAILS

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

W.R.READ, M.p.s (Late of Victoria Park, Perth, and Children's Hospital) Wishes to notify the public of Coolgardie and District that he has purchased the COOLGARDIE PHARMACY (Late Cawthray's) The stock has been considerably increased and all Medicines, Drugs, etc, will be sold at KALGOORLIE PRICES   R.S.Matheson, R.D.S. W.A. Dental Surgeon       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.! ____________                             Take me to Cecil's Arcade,         Opposite Law Courts,     Where you c...

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WESTON. EDNA MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

WESTON. EDNA MAY. The battery on the Edna May is al- most sure to start within contract   time. If it does, it will be a feather in the cap of the W.A. Machinery Corporation, for the making and erect- ing of a first class ten head outfit within nine weeks is most creditable,   especially as the plant has to be railed 180 miles and carted another six.   The manager of the Edna May in-   tends sinking another main shaft to a depth of 60ft, and to then wait until the company are recovering gold before touching the country that gave trouble before.     The Edna May trouble with their shaft (says the"Sun") is a mere   local disagreement that may assist the bear jobbers, but does not affect in any way the stability of the mine, and even if the shaft be lost it will in no great degree affect the finances, as it can again be sunk for £3 per foot. Taken by-and-large, the pessimistic wheeze about the pr...

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SOUTH YILGARN: [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

SOUTH YILGARN:   In order to finish off one of the tri- butes on the Great Leviathan at Kennyville, a parcel of 15 tons were cleaned up on Saturday for a return of 15ozs.

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