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FARMERS AND CHEAP WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

FARMERS AND' CHEAP WATEE. Someone had slated that they were giving the farmers cheaper water than way supplied on the goldiields, but that was not correct. The facts were that the previous Government had' al lowed adjoining fairners to co-operate and run out small mains, and get the water at 2/6 per .1,000 gallons, but others in the locality could not get cheap water. It was on account of that, that the present Government had got the rating bill, and the rates were in , line with those paid in Kalgoorlio and Coolgardie, although there were still a few instances where the others got some little advantage.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

'Sporfciraga - : In the f'Pink Tin'' Mr. J./Corlett -writes in the following interesting fashion anent Sainfoin, whose son, EoelcSand, now commands a 500-guinea fee-, and at that has filled for four seasons: — 'No one ever dreamt of Sainfoin getting a horse that rvould not only win the great triple event, but would 'become a 500-guinea sire. On Sainfoin himself no great estimate was placed. John Porter bought him in partnership with the late Sir Eobert Jardine, and sold him only a very short i time before the Derby to the late Sir .Tames Miller for 7,000 guineas. The deal was done one night at a 'theatre. We fancy that Mr. Joo Davis was the man that Sir James . Milisr had to thank for that stroke of luck. The horse would probably not have been sold but for the benef that the Derby that year was at the mercy of ths slashing Surefoot, as most likely it would have been if the distance had been only a mile. On the Sunday be fon© the Derby we were at Kingeelere, J .and accompanied Mr,.. ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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READING THE METERS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

READING THE METERS. As to what Cr. Mercer Bad said about ineter reading, it was not the province vince of the department to go round in the interests of foe landlords and gee what their tenants were doing; but if the tenants were wasting. the -water,' the owners should look after them. That -was th© function of '.the landlord. i . .- '. '.' '?? '— ???'. '??.?' ? ? A The Mayor: 1 have notified my ten-, ants that I will not be responsible for excess water. The Minister remarked the landlord would still bo responsible. He did not know where the department would land if th&y started that .sort of ad ministration. - ' ' ^

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

'I had iuflJucnza, with aches i-n-l pains all over,' say 3 ifrs. E. S. Wil liams, Price, S.A. 'Was getting worse every minute and did not know - what to' do for myselC until I remem bered that ,a friend had told me Cham berlain's Cough Remedy cured his in fluenza. I sent my daughter for a botlli! and got immediate relief *.fter the first dose, and Wore' I hul 't'tken the whole bottle *wa« -~cu-.-p!etely oured.'

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

NEW ft SECONDHAND -MINING MACHINERY; — OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. PLANTS RECENTLY SUPPLIED TO— . '- V . Bullfinch Proprietary Mine. Corinthian North Mine. ' Edna May Mine .', Mt Gormalong Mine, Leonora. - . Kyarra Gold Mine. ? 'J Royal Standard Gold Mine. Great Victorious Mine, Ora Banda, Etc, Etc. ;. ? CAS PI Oil TERMS. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. * The Westralian Machinery Corporation Ltd, BOULDER ROAD. KALGOORLIE. '. BurbmkB Store. (ESTABLI?HE, m%- Wearmcmth and Crudacc^ Proprietors. (GENERAL STOREKEEPERS & DRAPERS) .The Largest Stocks in the District, Our Prices are Bed-ie«k, Customers Wai ted .on for Orders. Woodline Trade a Speciality. AGENTS FOR THE 'COOLGARDIE MINER.'' Goolgardie Meat Supply. %,£Sl§C|i ?': '.','.'' ? ?? ? — '- ? ?? ? = — ^^4{^S'^'%JJJ/ *^ _ * t ' ' ' TRENAMAN k TREVETT. Only the PfimestJStocked. Qire us a Trial. ^: Telephone, 8. * \ . GLOBE HOTEL, J*™ STB®%LGABWI, ' W. J. REYNOLDS, Proprietor. The Honse where Miners meet. COOLEST BEER in Town. TF/LBPHOHE 70. ...

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THE TRANSVAAL. INTERESTING EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

THE TRANSVAAL. \ __ INTERESTING EVIDENCE. At the Southern Cross Warden's Court on Friday of last week the Transvaal Company applied for six months' partial exemption. Mr. Cook ' appeared to support the application for six months' partial, exemption on the nine^ leases which comprise 'the Transvaal group. No ob jection was lodged. Thomas Ilouson Sears, who is busi ness' manager for Bewick Moreiug and Co.' at, KaJgoorlie, sworn, said: I f.m the registered proprietor of the leases. I hold them in trust 'for the Oroya Fx ploration Co. Ltd. In October, six months' partial exemption was granted on these leases. At that time consid erable^ work had been done, particulars of .which were placed before the ? ourt. Since then 17 men have been continu ously employed, although the maximum number required under the exemption was 16. The ore is more amenable to treatment if not exposed to atmospheric conditions. ' When the last exemption was granted a process to~ treat the ore profitably had not b...

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

THE GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS/ Regarding, the repairs ,t'o- the foot; paths and kerbiflg round the Govern; ment buildings, he thought the Gov ernment had originally bprne half the cost of doing the -woTk, and the Coun eil had a- fair argument in support of something being done, , and a grant might be made out of the vote for maintaining public buildings.

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

For Children's Hacking Cough at night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure,

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MUNICIPAL AMALGAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

MUNICIPAL AMALGAMATION. He Had Had some 'words with Mr. McDowall over that matter, which was one of the reasons why he thought the Council should amalgamate with the Roads Board.' Other places had dono this and found, it a good thing. The proposal was not limited to the fields, but the prosperous town of Beverley. had amalgamated with the Roads Board, and was glad of having done so. Under such ' amalgamation, the town had a' voice in tke administration of the outside districts. He was con vinced that the local Government ad ministration of Western Australia was the best in Ausi ralia, - and New Zea land was the worst. ? The administra tion of the Roads Board was th© best of all, and th«i time -would come when the CoolgaiJdie municipality would re cognise that it would be ' better to amalgamate. ' -

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POSTAL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

P@STAL HIMTSa Within tlie Commonwealth of Aua taliar-: — betters. — One penny per half ounoe. Letter Cards — Single, one penny each. Be-plyv — One penny each half. Pest Cards. — Single, one penny eaih. Reply — one penny each half. Newspapers. — As at present. Australian Newspapers. — One half penny tor every ten ounces or part oi ten ounces (each newspaper). - Printed Papers (as prescribed) .: — One half penny per two ounces or part of two ounces. ? To Oversea Dominions, all British Colonies and Protectorates (excepting. New Hebrides) :— Letters.— ^One penny per half ounce. All articles sent by post that are valuable or that may require to be traced should be registered. ' For short messages or trade orders ass post cards; you will find them con venient and cheap. Late letters may be posted 15 min utes after mail closing time; they may be also posted in or for the T.P;O.'S. and in the late letter boxes at the railway station. La1?e Fee on Letters; — Within the Commonwealth, Id. each...

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WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

WATER SUPPLY. Regarding the water supply question, he must say the Government had to run the department on business lines, but it was still administered at a loss, and last year they had to take £27,000 out of the general revenue to make up the shortage. It was nothing to his de partment that theire. was a benefit to the railways, and that would not have any effect on the balance-sheet of the Water Supply Administration. The Mayor: You do not run the rail ways on. those' lines, but give, cheap freight, to farmers. The Minister said his department lost en all the water they supplied to the Coolgardie gardens at 2/6 per 1,000 gallons, and in supplying water at that rate the Government was giving them a' subsidy. As to the lower farmers' freights, the Railway Department lost 7/ on every ton of manure carried,' and last year they carried 16,000 mor loads than the year before, but they were not making up that, loss at the cost of the goldfields. There was a distinct loss on some aof. the...

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VOICE—THOAT—LUNGS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

VOICE— THOAT— LUNGS. ..No better medicine than 'Bonaing- ,' on's Irish Moss. Strengthens the '? I ?oiee, eases the throat, builds up the' ! \ irags. Please see that you 'get 'BO3$s* * tflNGTON'S.,' . ? ? * ' .

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MUNICIPAL GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

MUNICIPAL GARDENS. As to the municipal gardens, he must admit that Sunday was the longeat day o£ the week on the fields, and if ' he could do anything it would be done. For centres' where they had such gar dens there should be some special con sideration shown, and there should be special sums sat apart in the vote for Ooolgardie, Kalgoorlie and Boulder, as was done in the case^of King's Park. The Premier had had this idea in his mind for some tim&, and he (Mr. John ston) would do his best to sacure a special sum for Coolgardie.

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A CIVIC WELCOME. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

' - - A CIVIC -WELCOME. The Mayor ,(Mr« D. McPherson) and .nearly all the councillors attended in the parlor -at the time stated, and the Minister was accompanied by Mr. Tre thowan, head of the clerical staff on the goldflelds. - The Mayor said the meeting had not been- made a public on'e, , but ? had been arranged so that the views ? of the Council oh a number of matters could b© laid before the Minister. Th-3y did not have a great deal to complain' of, I but a fere matters would be .placed before Mr. Johnston, at a later stage. J Before getting to business, however, | he desired to welcomeJ the Minister to the Old Camp, and had, much pJflasure in proposing the toast of his' health. Cr. Faahan supported the tc&st, and regretted they -Lid not see enough of Ministers in Coolgardie: Coolgardie had been born in hope and rearef in the lap of luxury, and therefore tley uow felt -th.o depression that had cdme over them to su'ch an extent that any-more depletion of the towri 's opp...

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The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1913 Coolgardie Requirements DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER FOR WORKS. Important Questions Discussed THE INCREASING GOLD YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

goolgardie ^iner Publishea Weeidy 'S Al UKDAY, J US& 7, 1913 Coolgardie Requirements DEPUTATION TO THJB MINISTER 1X)B WOkKS. Important Questions Discussed - THE INCREASING GOLi3 tlELD.' In la.et Saturday's issu«, o^ing to' late special advertisements and other matter, we were not able to give more than a brief summary of events in connectioa with the visit of the Min ister for Works (Mr. Johnston); but, as affairs of considerable 'moment to the town were gone into at length, we ow fumuish 'a .full. report of all that transpired. Mr. Johnston arrived by the express, his stoppage here being in connection with public works, and* water supply questions, chiefly relative to the workshops on the suuth side of the railway line. He made an inspec tion of the site and shops, and also visited the offices, after , which he placed himself at the disposal of the Mayor and councillors, who had. ar ranged to meet him at 10.30 'a.m. on Friday, but an inspection of the muni eipal. gardens wa...

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THE MINISTER'S REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

THE MINISTER'S REPLY. The Minister for Works then entered upon his reply to the deputation. He stated that he had come round in the hope of gaining such information as would assist him to improve the ad ministration of his departments. He wanted to obtain the local views, and would say that he had no hard and fast views himself on these matters; but there was a fixed and definite under standing that there .should be no grants for streets and roads. Since that was decided, Coolgardie certainly had re ceived a few small grants, ( but he would 'be no party to giving money away unless voted, by Parliament.

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MUNICIPAL DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

MUNICIPAL DEPUTATION. Mr. 0. McDowall, M.L.A., then in troduced the Council as a ^deputation. He stated' that Coolgardie was not what it had been/' and sonie of the councillors thought the Government was making it worse. He desired to impress upon th© Minister .the advisa bility of treating the Old Camp gener ously. A Minister might be top just in his dealings, and^the saving of £10 or £20 was not always wise. He sub mitted the following list of matters that the Council desired to have con sidered: — (1). A grant for repairs to Gnaiibine-road 'from railway gates to Hunt-street, th'e road' being used for railway purposes. '(2). Assistance to wards repairing and' kerbing the foot path around the Government buildings from which the. Council derives no rates. (3). A grant . for road and street maintenance. (4). A grant for the municipal gardens on -which the Coun cil spent £275 * during the half year fended (April 30. . (5). Abolition of meter rents, and better attention at t'he water s...

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EDNA MAY. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913

- EDNA MAY. -HALF- YEARLY MEET-ING. The first half-yearly meeting of share1 holders in the Edna May Gold Mining Company was held- to-day, the chair man of Directors (Mr. F-. C. Tricks) presiding. In moving the adoption of the report and statement of accounts, the chairman drew attention to the satisfactory position disclosed hy the balance-sheet, which showed a credit of £3,704. Developments'' had .been such that they had justified the man ager in stating that he had 20,000 tons of stone in sight above the 71ft. level, which he estimated at one ounce per ton. He also had 400 tons at grass worth i/2oz. to the ton. They had sunk the winze ^.55ft. carrying good stone, worth about 2oz.s . to 3ozs. per ton. They had a bright future before them with 20,000 tons of, oito in, sight, and the probability of a large quantity of stone below the levels already opened up. The motion was agreed to. The Edna May Co, have bought the Septum lease from Mr. Stuckey for a low price. This lease was neede...

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

THE PULLFINCH. The following 'is a copy of a cable 'which' has been sent to the London -:?'? 'dffice.' of. the above company: — No. 3 (northern) series ore body, 210 feet Level. — North-east drive from .north, crosscut. 136ft. west has been ex pended 10ft., a total of 37ft. in oro averaging £4/15/ over a width of 55 inches. For the whole length of the drive the average, value -is £3/3/9 over a width of 60 inches. . The Bullfinch position (says a writer -in the 'Mining Investor') grows bet ter week by week, and this, I ani sure, will be realised when We see market conditions brighten. The good news that has come to Hand, has had no ef fect on the quotation. , There are no buyers about, and a shilling advance brings in sellers in such times. I sup 2-ose we ought to be thankful that there are no heavy sales taking place, which goes to prbvii that th&: mine is slowly convincing the sceptics of its potentialities. Whatever the market, the first result was excellent — a pro fit of...

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

- 'is one of tbe manv interesting practical and economical sections of our business. We cat out to your own measurements, for a small charge, garment? of nil kinds, from materials purchased .. - at our counters. We also pin the pieces t .getber ready to be sewn., |q those who cannot ' call we post patterns of materials. /A choice should be made from these and returned as quickly as possible. Write us for full- details re the ? ? ? , Write for our illustrated General and New Grocery Catalogues— . Everything for Everyone at W C^ A ' TN Jti -R C3 O * '^© - Universal - Providers

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