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A Tip to the Man Cut Back. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

A Tip to the Man Out Back. ___________     When we returned Mr. Scaddan with a big majority we thought he would carry out Labor principles and burst up the accursed monopolies. But     what do we find? As soon as he feels his feet in power, he boosts monopoly and does everything to make the fat   man fatter. His latest, per medium of Hon. Minister Angwin, is to force business into the hands of that great- est of monopolies — the medical pro- fession. By notice published in the "West Australian" of 27th March, Angwin   has decreed that after 30th of next month (April) you outbackers and   bushmen cannot buy at your nearest store, as you have been able to do up to now, a box of your favourite pills or a bottle of chlorodyne, or a bottle   of fruit salts. If you are out of sorts, or are in pain through drinking the best water you can get, or if your kidneys are feverish, you can no l...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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MINING. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

MINING. NEWS AND STOTES. . A starring party ©i pr^spaatara from this district are interested in a show at Mt; Jackson, known as the Athlone, and they have now left to work it. The members of the party are«MessrsT McCann, Herb, Vardi, Sam Golder, Allan 'Vardi and 'W. Maynard! They /consider they have somathing promising before them. i -? ? Messrs. Paulkiner and Wallis, the j working members of a ' oiiiall- Cool 1 gardi« syndicate, ar« now erofiscutting i tbe. lode oil thair P.A. oxl the old Baronia lease, naar the pip« line. The lode from which thair last crushing, which averaged 17dwts., was taken, still gives payable prospects, but there ??is ako a very big lode of low grade ©r© that would pay ; if there was a cheap reduction plant on thd spot. The next crushing from the Ben jamin George should be a good one. In addition to the two Hansen Bros. ?themselves, there are four wag^eis men employed, so that the easily- worked lode is simply being torn out. A whip was installed some littl...

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Police Changes [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

Police Changes Polies Changes. — Inspector McKonna wag in Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie dur ing the week, and we .now understand that certain police changes are to be made. Of course,, as Coolgardie is a well-behaved district its' police force can be raduced without danger, and there need be no trouble over loss of status in such matters. Sergeant Fee, we are informed, will g® to Boulder at the end of the financial year, which means in July, and one or two more members o£ the foree, including Con stable J. Sayers, who has 'been here 16 years, will be transferred elsewhere. This will meaa. tearing the genial 'Jim' up by the roots. There mil no longer be a sergeant, but it is under stood that either Senior-constable Wil son, of Northam, or Senior-constable Woolf, of Boulder, will come here as corporal in eharge. !A.t present the full strength of the local force is five, in cluding the sergeant, but when the s«rgeant and two men go, and the other changes take -place, .there will be a eorpo...

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PORT NIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

FQRTNIGHTLT MEETING. ?.-?? ; The ' ^fortnightly meeting of „ the municipal co-peil rc?s hell (^Thurs day evening/ whin th?re were pre sent the Mayor (Mr D. MacPherson), Grs Fa-ilian, Mawvr, Noonan. Tindal, Cecil, Nisbet Sheedy, and Hatiley. The Mayor, i-v a verb -1 report, referred to th«: half-yearly meeting, at which fche ratepayers did not , attend ; and the visit ot the Minister '''?' for Works, as reported elsewhere. Continuation Classes. The Town Clark i' ad a letter from the Director of Education regarding the night continuation classes, in ' whif.h it was' explained that.under the regulations pupils attending the day school were 'not entitled to at tend the continuation classes at night, thereby; duplicating education. The point raised by the council as to in creasing the opportunities of educa ting the young wa.?, the director ?'?--'stated, under consideration. The Mayor pointed out that a cir cular now issued relative to the con tinuation 'clasees hadbeen altered by the ad...

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HEALTH ACCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

' I HEALTH ACCblTNT. ? The Health account was also adopt ed It - showed that the half-year started with cash in hand, £4/3/11; rates received, £78/6/6, and licenses SO, -making £92/10/5. The expenditure was £101/7/11. The debit bank bal ance brought forward was £70/8/7, and the alst half year closed with this ' at £82/5/4. The Mayor thanked councillors .for their attendance, and the meeting elosed.

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JUBILEE RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

JUBILEE BELIEF FUND. The-Mayor said he was please.d.to be able to 'say that the Jubilee Relief Sund was in- a better state than six months ago, but there had not been mauy ap plications for relief. They had re ceived a donation of £5 from the late tributers at the .Birthda}^ Gift mino, and £3/5/ had been distributed in re lief. ? '?-? ? ^?'T-he statement showed a credit bank ?balance of £15/7/6, and a. sum of £284 10/7 in the Savings Bank: The statement was ??'adopted- on the motion of Cr. Noonan, seconded by Cr. Taalian. _ ' ? ??:? '..,? . ^

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RECREATION GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

EECEEATION GROUND. Th'e Mayor referred, to the'Eecraation ©round account, and called attention ' to the poor revenue derived therefrom. Thft iucome for the haif vear was onlv £/8/4,. to which bad to be added £1*8 11/10 from the loan rate account. Tiiay had spent £5/5/ on sanitation; £15 for interest on loan making, with other items, a total cost of £29/1/-: It was time steps were taken to remedy that state of affairs. ? .»? ? .. Cr. Faahan said this ?: Council .had ?spent £600 in taking over the. ground, and he thought the various sporting, 'eodies should combine and -arrange a good day's sports as something towards recouping them. If men wanted sport they should be prepared to pay for it, as the Council could' not be expected, to provide them with facilities at tho eost of the ratepayers. The ' Recreation Ground statement was adopted' on' the. motion of ..Cr. Faa-. han, seconded' by Cr. Mercer. :.

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Sudden Death. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

Sudden- Death.. Yesterday, ^shortly after noon, Mr. ?/. J. Kennedy went out a little beyond the* rifle range to cut a ftw hen roosts ai,ci a'elotlicr prop, in company with j\lr W. Ryan. Mr. Kennedy was saw ing down a small sapling,' when Mr. Rjan noticed him fall back. On Aoing to try and raise the fallen man Mr. Ryan found that he could not do so, as 'Jack.' * as he was familiarly known, was a man who weighed about 19 stone. Noticing that the breathing of the unfortunate man was queer,' antf, ,] finding himsejf helpless, iUr. Ryan gal- j loped_ away to get aid. -Before reach- j ing town he met an Italian who was erecting a tent. They 'w.pnt back to gether to see what could be done, but pooi Jack was breathing his last. Mr. ! -Kyan Jert the Italian and hurried away to notify the police and Dr. O'Moara ? of the occurrence. The police rushed away with ihe railway ambulanae, and Drs. O.'Meara and Mitchell went-to see if they could be of any assist-mee Mr. A. T\I. Mclntyrc, who was in a...

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Coolgardie Municipal Council. HALF YEARLY MEETING. HINT TO SPORTS' BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

Gbolgardie Municipal Council. HALF YEAELY MEETING-. ^HINT TO SPOKTS' BODIES. f-^'He'-'hsli-j early meeting of. rate . pa.yex'i y&s conspicuous by the absence ?'cf;-4a6sU who; pay rates, but evidently xney \are- ail 'satisfied witir the good .?work tlits Mayo?) councillors and stafi: 2 si 9: doing. The Council met at 7.30 on .?jrrida'y evening- 'of last week, and. there : -w:e.T;e: present-, the Ma,yor (Mr. D. Mc ^Pfeerson), Crs. Faahan, '.Noonan, JSIercer, Tindal, and Sheedy. Apologies were 'received from other councillors. Th'e Mayor said he regretted that the ratepayers had not put in an appear ance, but there was nothing to cause them any concern, and, knowing that, they had not felt the necessity of being present. The revenue for the half year, ended on April 30th showed a slight falling off, but it was not seri ousy when they compared the figures witii the same period for last year. Thte.rlist of receipts and expenditure submitted was not a real balance 'Hk&si-r...

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GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

StSESAL* JKFSRfriAtlCH/ J'oppy-i:ccd will yieM -. more ih tin ?'mJf its own weight in oil. ?» ,,», ? The skin of n horse is valuable for tooth gloves .and shoes. -The git-afTe has a tongue nearly nineteen inches long. ? » ? The Maoris of New Zealand own about 10,000,000 acres.' '. The Crystal Palace roof contains fourteen acres of glass. . ? Xt*— — __ One-third of the. earth is controlled by the Anglo-Saxon race. ? . ,'The railways of the world . carry over 40,000,000 passengers weekly. The engine of an' express train uses about ten gallons- of .water a .mile, ? ? ,|. ? Great. Britain has diplomatic repre sentatives in about fifty foreign coun tries. London, in. monetary- value, is worth two and a half times as much as Paris. ?a Fully one-third of the female- po'pu lation of Franco are labourers on farms. ' ? *' ? There is a' population of 22,000 children in the hospitals aixl work houses of London. . ? % ? : , Intemperance annually causes five hundred persons In Prussia to com mit,...

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Why is Coolgardie Depressed [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

Why is Coolgardie Depressed Since we propounded thib conundrum \ several attempts at a solution have been made, and nui/ a corrvispoudent, '' ?whose nom ae plume is. c.',Bayloy.'s Consols, );- and ms real -name is bent along with his explanation, submits hi3 ©pinions in imperfect English .which we have attempted to translate, but have failed to do so. Alter struggling to make something of 'Bayley's Con sols ' ' ' effort, we have eomo to the con clusion that it is a weli-incant effort, and that if the writer drops into this office we wifl not be put out, ay the frogs in the pool said to the man. who fell out of a balloon. 'The writer maintains,, Lovvever, that a retrospec tive view of our mines and their past management reiveals that incompetencv and extravagance laid the foundations of our present troubles, but we do not see that society cliques, ii! such ever existed, could give 'cold feet' to the mining industry: Nor do we see clearly why the 'present inactivity at Bay ley's' reve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

(SUCCESSOnS TO BUtCIIBtt k UHK LM.l ..-._?- Premier Butchers.. Wlolaulo-and flkaii. .Carts Call Anywhere and E«rr- ' AYliere. ThoneJ52, Coolgavdie.' ? OUR ' IS OTTO-HrgWTQnality, Lowest Prices ' ' ' ' ' ' ? ' : LOCAL ..PJIODIJOTS,' ' 1 A.ND^AS % I . . 'GOOD AS THE BEST. ^ I [?] q:vincekt; v. cunninghasi,' _ bedto^ ? Be Coiiiiiiercial Dnioq Issuraqce %;, Ml, UNDERTAKES Fire, Emp!oye,s» !n_emnityj ana _,ve gtock m^ *. .— LOWEST 'R ATES. -- ' ^\:,. ~~------^____- ' C'-VI^CENT, Sole Agent. ? ttoria Ifotfll'.-- - .' CJooIgardfe. ' ;. ,- ; L. BRUTON . GUAJJAHXHBD ONLY HIGHES'r GBiDES & BRANDS KEPT. 1A BIFF_Pera,ao«,t Residents, £2 L; Boarders, £1 lOs, . ?- THE .WE STEAL HO'TEL,' B AYLEY STREET, COOLGAEME. Geo. Slieedy - _ Proprietor.' ?; . THE BEST BRANDS ONLY AEE STOCKED, ._ AJ-iyDiphg-Boo-. Be8t Appointoenls. E.celtot Cmsiae. ....... Convenient Accommodation. Good' Stabling. i i i.r i t Whisky, Sto., Reduced toe* Whisky and SO£Sa, 9_. KALGOORLIE' BEER ON TAP. Bottled Swan Beer a...

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THE WORKSHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

T ME 'WORKSHOPS. : As to the Coolgardie office, the Min ister continued, that matter is being considered in connection with the ru mored removal o'f the workshops. It ' seemed to him as though tke Council had some ~good reason for thinking the workshops should be removed, but, so far, no decision had bene arrived at. He certainly would not have two pets of workshops, but one only, and after ho had completed his tour of inspection he hoped to be in a position- to decide whether they should be qt Coolgardie or Kalgoorlie. . They would 'be centra lised in Coolgardie if, after investiga tion, .that ' were f oiind to be the best place for' themj^ and he would arrive at a decision after this' trip. In conclusion,' the Minister again ..promised to' see what lie could do in connection with the kerbing and- foot paths around the Government build ings, and said he had 'no doubt but that Mr. Scaddan's idea regarding the gardens' vote would bei carried out. ?: The Mayor thanked the Minister, wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

f Thursdays. . Only Complete Chang© oi Programme Eacli Night. Murray & Bffiflg©,- ? CYCLE and MOTOR AGENTS Bayley Street. Repairs of all kinds Promptly Executed. (Late of Victoria Park, Perth, and Children's Hospital) Wishes to notify the public of Coolgardie and District that he kas purchased the eooLGWDie pHAW^ey (Late Cawthray's) ^ The stock lias been considerably increased and all Medicines, Drttgs, etc, ?'? '???'/ will be sold at KRIL©®©RIL,IB E?RI©ES , McKenzie's Fuildings, Kalgoorlig. Old Council Chamber, Oppqsite Denver City Hotel, ? . ? ?- ? * - Hours 9 a.ni, to 9 p.m 'Don't Take Me Mome I r ? . ? '? ' 'Take me to . ' ' ' . »?? ('?'''poll's ? ATfyfldft. Opposite Law GourTs, ' - Wiu r-j y.vi can gei ih^ latest in Fa-hion Books. ' -s „? _ .' ' '' ' ,- Novels and School Books always on hand .' '' ' ' CoolgardFe Miner delivered regularly Dairy Produce Merchants Commission and Indent Agent woodward' 'stbeet Local agt'nt for James Gillespie, Ltd, Millers, Northam, Robur T...

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METER RENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

METER RENTS. The Minister said lie nad always been opposed to meter rents, fciit he^^ was now in a. difficult position, because, if he abolished them, there would be a serious loss of revenue, while tho cost of maintaining the scheme was going up. The Government as a whole did not like meter rent's, but could not get 'a suitable scheme to substitute. The- local bodies in conference had nob assisted him in this matter, and, al though he had. submitted several pro posals, the conference did not reply to them. Besides, Mr. Trethowan inform ed him that the upkeep of the meters cost more than the rent. * Cr. Mercer: We have to pay for re pairs, in addition to the rent. 1 have a small account for repairs here now, '?;. .The Minister pointed out that on the. fieilds they were -getting the water at less than cost price.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

FOR SALE Bu3h Firewood, 10/- per load Apply—' 1'. Higgms ( - Telephone 20 W.A. GOVERNMENT TENDI'],; 1 BOAttD. | Tenders lor Firewood. | ? i ?f | Tenders addressed to the^Ghairman, t Government Tender, Ptirth, will be received up till 2.15 p.ns., on the 10th July, 1913, for the Supply and Delivery of Firewood to the j Slate Battery at Coulgardie, for a ? period ot 12 months. Tender Forms and tpecifications ob tainable on application -to the j Managers ol' the liattery, at Coo; gardie and Norseman, the AJiiu..^ , Registrar at Ooolgardie, andiuai the undersigned. ? ; H. G. Hampton, . | Deputy Oihairman, ? ' - TemterJBoard ?i .. ? . ?-'?- ??* NOTICE OF APPLd.Ua.TION J.'OB A MUNEK'd HOMESTEAD LEASE ? . No. 84 NOTICE i^s li&xeby' given chat I, Mordauut Leblie-iteid, oi Coolgard if, tiie Uudereigned, have matieaypli catiou-tuis clay for a Miner's Home oteaa unaer tiio piovi'sioos ot ' Tiie Mining Act,- 1904.' of ground to be kuowu as lk Luna Park,' containing 500 aures, cottmiencmg...

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Notes on the Mining Industry. MAY 27, 1913. Meekatharra District. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

'Notes on the gaining Industry.,; MAY 27, t£)]3. Meekatliarra District. The golci vie- Id from the Moeka ?tbarra district sLovrs a further in crease during tli© month of April, the figures being ] 1,712 tons of ore treated for 6,719 fine ozs., or 1,3-43 tons and ?' 792ozs. in excess of the Jlnrcli output. The bulk of this production came from the Meiekatharra mines. -At tue icnian mine good values are being met with. The No. 7 level, north main drive, has been extended 35ft. on a .lode assaying 54dwts. per ton over an average width of 90 inches. The lode in the face of this drive is said to be 120 indites' wide and assays 85 dwts. per ton. 2,455 tons of ore were treated - during the month and £1C,7SO worth of gold recovered. Yilgarn Goldfield. During the last month a considerable quantity of 'rain fell, and the shortage of water to the south of Parker's Range is now at an end. the Dince' Tank being full. ' iJie Western Australian Bank sent away for the month under review 6,6S9 ozs. ...

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The Northern Territory. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

The Riorf hern Territory. . The following interesting letter is taken from the 'Northern Territory Times':— A WORKER'S PROTEST. ' Sir- — ! think it is up to working men and all conscientious members of the A.W.U. to take note of the serious menace contained . in the determined lowering. of wages in the Northern Ter ritory. The mean and unsportsmanlike treatment of the present' survey hands after twelve months' faithful 'service, in being suddenly informed by way of thanks -that they are worth a ' lower v.-age, has \qyj appropriately conic into effect on April fool day. If the Gov ernment heads consider it is' worth, such large salaries to' live out of God's country, surely it is worth .more than two pounds per' wieek to the working man. To use- the exact Vords of one of 'the heads: 'Unless we have our women folk we cannot expect men to -Stop.' Grantcfd this is most' essential; but under present conditions the, -ooor unrortunate working man is certainly doomed not to share me Society...

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MAY 28, 1913. Lawlers. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

HAY 28, iWS . Lawlers'. ?? The_ gold' won in -the Lawlers district during the month of April was 328 fine ozs. from 399 tons of ore treated' Mellondorf .and party, from {l pros pecting area ;a.f McCaffrey's, treated J9 -tons of ore at the Lawters public battery for 66.53 fine ozs. over the plates, the sands being WOrth about ^2ozs. to ^he ton. Tlie area has now been applied for as a gold mining lease Ihe owners of the Sunrise have com pleted carting the balance of the plant and are snow awaiting the' arrival of a suction gasx engine before starting erection. ? & The State battery at Lake Darlot started crushing during the. month i-nd over 7.00 tons from various leases will be treated. The owners Jof the. Lass of Gowi-ie' have a parcel of 49 tons expected to average 2ozs. to 'the ton At the King of the UiUs, 120 tons of stone are at grass worth about 10 dwts. - - It is expected that the Sir Samuel battery will be running next month, there being 200 tons of stone to be crushed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

?C - x ' ? ._ ? -''-.. The ^iriffflfffflfflflfk ? . ^_^ — . r Published Every Saturday. ^Being an old Goolgardie resident, the . '' - Proprietor '. claims' to have a thorough knowledge of the importance ' of the great' mineral belt as' a ?'mining - . centre, and- the experience gained, by , . - .. lengthy' connection ? with various part's of the gold'- producing districts' of tl.e - State,, ha is 'not unmindful, in starting : ' ' ' this Paper, of the vast possibilities of the.; re-awakening of publio'' interest in the Old Camp and its immediate neiefh-. borhood. By the dissemination ' of Reliable Mining News, and' devoting - attention to everything' of interest .to the district and its people, there needs only the loyal support of the latter to/ assure the success of an organ of such incalculable value to any oommnnity as a Local Paper. t -News of; Coolgardie and . ; - . Surrounding Distric s. . . : . . -,-1 ?.?;'???? ? News ? ? ? ? Will be its Chief Feature. \ -?--??' '' - Help you...

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