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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913
Cnion Bulk Beer? ' ? _AND ? ? ' Famous Throughout the Eastern Goldfields. . ? ? '?- -'? ? '- ???'? ;,?'??? ' ' ' .' ' ? . ft . . - ?'. Brewed and Bottled by The Union Brewery - Kalgoorlie AUSTRALIA HOTEL Opposite Post Office. , Catto'a Special Bulk Whisky. Splendid Accommodation. Billiard Room and attention. Best on the Fields. , - ^ Popular Hous« with -Visitors. . H /Nisbet - - - 'Fro^rietpr DENVER 'CITY HOTEL, COOLGARDI1. R. BOWMAN -, - Proprietor Close -to Bail way Station, Municipal Gardens and Bowling Green. . - BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS. - ALL DRINKS ARE Ttt»- COOLEST ~i^ ? ?. ? : ? - ? -?? / ? ? - ? ,~^.-T.^~~ V Metropolitan Hotel / . Bayley Street, Mps Whitakep and Miss Butlep Proprietresses. ? MOST POPDLAH HOUSB ltf2T0WN. ' . ? ? ? . ' Splendid Accommodation. '? . ? , ? ——.««—«. _ . . . t^ ? UNTON B1EJR OK.DRACT&'HT.' ' - _ » Best Brands only of Winai and Spirits.' - The Metropolitan is the House where Everything is of 'the Best Quality. ' ' WIDGIEMOOLTHA v \ o '' # Be...
A New Barrister [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913
A New Barrister ,A. Sfew BaJmsfe*y.-^All th© Ooolgawdie .firiAndjs of Cr. fiadal wars pleased wh&B n©ws came through on - Saturday ? # laait that his rob, Ernes tj had been ; successful in passing his Anal law 0Xaininfltiofi&, which entitles him to ba registered as a barrister and solicitor oi thj& Supa'ame Couvfc. It is gratify- .. ing to know that th& worthy son of the prospector of 'Fiadal's mine ?&- 6edv*d his edn-?ation on this field, and he served his articles with Mr. E. B. Andrews, novf of Southern Oi'obs. Or. and Mrs, Tindal are to lj«s eongtatu late.d upon the successful career of their four eldest sons who have beenP edneated in Ooolgardie, one of whom is kn engineer, whilst another has won a scholarship in Perth, and the fourth -is 'in business in Coolgardie . '^ ?? ? '--—?' ? ?- ? - ? ??? ? ?- ? -?' ? .-- ? - ???
MOUNTAIN QUEEN. ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913
MOUNTAIN QUEEN. ANNUAL BEPOET. - The report o the Mountain Queen, Ltd., or 1912, which was submitted to the meeting hjefld in London on May 8, states^ that during the year the capital has been increased, in accordance with the /resolution of -,tJie ^toaoardiiiary general meeting held on July 25, 19f2, by the creation of 150,000 new shares of 10/ each, ranking in all respects pari passu with thje previously exist ing shares, and 90,000 of these shares have been allotted, credited as fully paid, in part payment for the Trans vaal mine. The authorised capital is now '£200,000, of which £169,962/10/ has been ' issued, and is fully paid, whilst 60,075 shares remain in re _ serve. A slimes treatment plant has been erected- and put into operation on the Mountain Queen mine. 43,393 tons of ore and 3,149 tons of accumu lated slimes have been treated at the Mountain Queen mill, yielding bullion' which realised £40,684. Tlilei Transvaal aiiine, covering 150 acres*, near Southern Cross, has bee...
MARVEL LOCH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913
MAEYEL LOCIL . ' Mr. Braidwood Evans and son are' 'now carting 70 tons -from the Con: ft tributers to the - Marvel Loch mill. When this is finished the drays will be put on to 130 tons from the Comet Option. During the month the .Marvel Loch r battery milled 1,312 tons for a yield of 488ozs. of '.bullion by amalgamation, and treated 400 tons of sands for 45 07/6. bullion... The full returns will ap pear in our issue of Saturday next. The manager of the Marvel Loch has been exceptionally lucky .vith the . development drive that he started on ' the Comet. In last issue' we had the pleasure of announcing that the 'd\iee * was in ore worth 15dwts. per ton over. a width of 7ft. Since that develop ment was published the drive has hecn continued, and according, to the jiitm ' acreris latest report, the face was in or worth an ounce over a width of ,10ft. , This is the best news that has reached shareholders for a long, time, and we trust that this new discovery ' will encourage those who h...
KERNELS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913
KERNELS. . A mi?shit is recorded from the ? Birthday mine.. One mm was hit on tbe ear by the hammer. . \ A Burbanks man bewailed the. loss' of his pay, but fouud it iirhis pocket. ^ ''Well, -I never put money in that ; pocket before!' he joyfully ex claim ?d. I\Iick McGuire is all right between -. the posts, but too - big in the barrel fur a rover; Take a hint, Mick. Bob Nisbet did a roaring trade in elecLipn results. Next time he will, have bigger mirrors and more soap, or a hoarding. ?.'-'?' . j Betting 5 to 4 on the Fire Brigade. ? There are Burbanks takers coming along. '- . M, L. Reid is taking up. D, MacPhenon's homestead lease. May be about to grow wheat by elee-trie j light. ' Warden's and Local courts will sit on Tuesday next. N Both lists are light, but ''poor debtors' will be -, most inTeviclouce. , . s \ Tom Tangye has sh tved :;nd brushed up the mayoral robes of the Three-mile, -TTT I II il I ? ? MIBIIIM
FEDERAL ELECTIONS Referenda Doomed. Liberals Lead in Reps. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913
FEDERAL ELECTIONS _ Refertnda Doomed. Liberals Lead-in1 Rep8. All through the election count the greatest interest has been taken in the result, and up to late last night no finality , had. been reached as to the fate of three seats, but it was wired that Ahem, the Opposition candidate, was safe for the Indi (Vic.) Beat. That mad© the state of j parties in the House of Representa- \ tives, Liberals 38, Labor 85, the \ Bcillarat and lllawarra seats still \ being in doubt. McKay had de- \ cieased McGrath'S lead at Ballarat \ frtfm 71 to 84, aud at Illawarfa, Fuller had got t.o within 108 of tha Government candidate, Burns. A pparently the Referenda is doomed 1 owing'to ^the turn ia the vote in; Yictoria. . . |
ERLISTOUN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913
BKLISTOUN NOTE». There are about 30 men ia this di^ fcrict looking for gold. Tha grourul is ? too w«t for the men to :work the shaker. Things are very ousy along \ the line of lode, which ia pegged north ' and south for a long way. Cot and j Wavby are doing good work; G-. Bwyer r'-'1 F. Hays are on gold; fox aad V\z\-\ sire still trying very' hard to lo -ntc ih-j lode. They expect t& get it V. --. v.-oo:k. ' ?;..?? The blacks are very numerous about neve. Tb.ei-6 are about -50 gettifig r*i tions from Messrs. Fox and Fidld. ^.or-t of them are very old and wild, haying (gays 'Laverton Mercdry'J), just come in from the apihifex. . Drake and party alre knocking out a crushing from a show kuown as The Ia Time. ; - Th'&y say that the Mulga Qjueftn mine is loolring very well. There is ^liita a mob of skis.- employed there.
Amusements King's Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913
Amusements King's Pictures Mr. Murray will be able to present a splendid series of pictures at the ~Royal Hall, on Thursday evening nevt when the programme to be suh mitted is a varied one. The star film is entitled A Strong Man*s Love, There is piwerful drama in this pic ture, and- the se«ues throughoat are ? thrilling
POSITION AT TINDAL'S. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913
POSITION AT 'TINDAL'S. After the unwateriny o£ the Peass verance workings, tho mine was thor oi:ghly sampled, ;icd tho results of tho assaying are awaited with interest. This mine gave good returns in tba .past, but tributers underhand stoped it for about SOfi. below tile 300ft. level, and a lot en' straighie-iing up will be required. ^o worV 'lias been done siiiCe Tii:d::i\s C:rn; ??:?;.' took np the ground. The general manager (Mr. W. Faull) is busy examining the whole of the mine, which is a big undertaking, and, it is und'e,rstoocl, ,ho Avill give his attention to the' south block, 'which has lain idle for so lon^. This is one/ of the mines that' is' of some value to the town, and businsss people are anxious to see it working1 *as soon as possible, and a,n adequate number of men employed. ' x
THE UNDAUNTED. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913
THE UNDAUNTED, . A good deal of attention has been directed to this property by the pub lication in last issue of particulars relative to the extraordinary Serins on which a local party were offered a tri- . bute, especially the condition that only _ four men should be amployed, ?whereas I an enginc-dfi-.'cr, b : 'ian and ;;lat man would be neeuea. Home dine ago a strong syndicate^ of' l^algoorlie :md Coelgardie men applied for a tribute^ but this was refused. They were pie pared to put on the ground two Hunt ingdon mills, fy;vi\le piaut, etc., and work the properly .-. n;i iiol Jess lhan 20 men. It is ntra-ije that a good oii'er Jika tlur; .-Iick M I :ivc boen re. fuso'd. and I .on tin, i.i lici;ous terms mentionwl in Inst i^r.' : imposed on an.oth'er ^j-i^ic.-i!,-1. : . -ap treatment of thi3 low grario proposition is essen tial, and it is to bs rc.-vvettofl that de pai'Luicuwil ru1n'iii:i2U.'y 1- hi is so evi deriU;-' cry, oi- = io :!?:? 'rking of such lode.-1. 'Wlcn v''\\ r. , Go...
Burbanks v. Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913
.Burbanks v. Fire Brigade. This match will be playvd on the Association ground to-morrow after noon. Both clubs will be represented by their strongest teams, and a close and exciting game may l~e expected Ihe teams :— burbanks — LJ-obba (2). Hearne. Hickey (2), 'Woyrrooutb, O'Leary, MoFadd'-T^Miiiiin, Pickup, Bromley, McLean, Aih-.n, Bawd'», O'Donohne, Walker, Park, Slight. Fire Brigade — Dnns-.r, S.-ad, Ga.ir. 'Sinitb'(J2), vJrawley, D.-vine. O'Sh^a., Ross, Peuglaso, Oaftidge, Lnrconibo, Egbert, Rinaldi, Castaiiotli, Erskine, McOulloch, Bailey, - ' 1 The team to repros5:;t tbe Cool I gardie -Thii'd-rates against Kali/oorHe Third-rates on (he local reserve to morrow, commencing afc 10 n.m , will bo. picked f.-omthe following :- — Tom Edwards fcapl.), Cook (vieo capt.), Barker, Gilbert (2) MoOnlloch, Ted. Edwards, Reed, Ross, Jauie*, Arootfc, Eddy, Fyshe. ' Smethpram. Holden, j Wondn, Jcfferies GordoD, Lancaster, I Craig, Yardy. , i ' . Recovered Cheques. — It. was reported -in last ...
FOOTBALL. BURBANKS DEFEAT COOLGARDIE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913
FOOTBALL. BUEBANKS DEFEAT. COOLGABD1B. after their beating 'by Firo Brigade on the previous Sunday, the Coolgardie team became somewhat 'disrupted*,' *nd there were many changes in the combination on Sunday iJ.sfc for the match against Burbanks on the ground' oi' the latter. The umpire ('Jerry' O 'Loary) had resigned and joined the Burbanks team, and Oates came down from Kalgoorlie to act as chief of the whistle. This he did most ei'ieetively, and his strict.. conduct 'oi1 the game was appreciated. The Coolgardie captain (Kuhlman) had dropped out and Mick McGuire -took his position. Other notable absentees from the Ooolgardie ranks were Pustkuchen (who has given the game up for- health reasons), TardiH', Austin, Gilbert and Williams, the last ?two having left the district. . ,' The game was a clean, open and friendly one, but Coolgardie were 'like the man who fell out of the balloon — not in it. Strengthened by the inclu sion of O'Leary, 'libry' Martin And MeFayden (from Boulder), t...
METHODIST EVANGELIST. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913
METHODIST EVANGELIST. Sis'er Lily, the Methodist evangel isr,. who is engaged to conduct mis sion services in different towns of the State! has been conducting a series of feervices this week in the Methodist , Church, Forrest-street. TLe attendance on Sunday evening was particularly good, and, tach even- 1 ifg during the week, very encouraging ] The missionei's efforts have been much appreciated, and her illustra tions, drawn from a long, varied, and successful experience in England, America, and Australia, of work in-; miesioiiB aiitl social i eforni ha\ e proved to tie very telling. In ordor that the meetings may be. more ac- ! cessibie than in theohurch. a shop in Bdyley-street has been secured which will be fitted up and used for the meetings to be held next week.
ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913
ITEMS OF INTEREST - Visiting 'Dentist— Mr R..S. Mathe son. dentist of Kalgoorlie, now per sonally visits Coolgardie cyr-ry Sun day. He may bo consulted at the old CoiiDcil offices' opposite the Der ver Cifcy Hotel. The'Timdwell Estat.— 'V - -'? r- | mpniacs whicb were'igsnei i—ni ? '1::t ago by ti:e Itquidator iu \.\ % a-' 'c '?: Steve Tiineweil, have been \--,\.n mwh Many of tbese were for small debts on account of hquor supplied to cashier customers. » The Hulida^s. — There wpie fv,vi public holidays to disturb btv-i.w^s this week. Monday — Founiiation Day — was kept as a general holiday, and the shops were closed, but Tuesday — King's Birthday — was ob served at the banks and Government offices only. The sense of proportion appears to have been a miiius quan tify. Tbe Big Pig. — There was o;i \ i''.v yesterday in' the shop of M-'^-s a1 Hanley and Quilty the can1.!?*1 'I '-- pig ihat turned the scale at 5651bs. It was an baimal only three years of age, and, though tot, in ^lendi 1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 7 June 1913
BLACK BROS., &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Old Established Butchers, BAYLEY STREET. &nbsp; &nbsp; BEST BEEF AND MUTTON IN TOWN. j TELEPHONE 25. &nbsp; HORSE FEED. - - . &nbsp; Compare thesd jnor-s ilil, those yon are paying :— CHAFF, f.ei luu, £0 ; Half-ton, £o 2s 6J ; less 5s 3d per'ewt. (Dclirrred in Embanks, 2s 6d per ton extra). ~. OATS. Aew Z«.-a!«n4 whit* crushed, 5 basy lot al 4s lOd per bushel, loss 4s lid. * Snrf In ' !'!t ?lL ' ' 7£J }-ei''fa'slie] ; 1 bag Is 8R less Is lOd. wnBA? '?' lins'M at Is 7|d j-er bushel ; 1 bag 'is 8id, Ies3 U lOd. AT,, 5 la- J..t :.t 4s 1,1 ].ertper bushel ; 1 bag 4s 3d, less 4s 6_d. ' WE GUARANTEE PRIMEST QUALITY, ' Transport Trading- & Agency Co. of W.A. Limited J. C, BRIGGS, &nbsp; Tobacconist and Hairdresser, COOLGARDIE. Best Brands of Tobacco Cigars and Cigarettes, and All Smokers' Requisites Always O.nHand. Own Mixture a Specialty. &nbsp; &nbsp; tTy Our ' Qceoio...
THE COMBINED MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913
THE COMBINED MATCH. An interesting match will be played on the recreation ground to-morrow afternoon .between the Iyanhoe team and a combined Cool gardie Association team. The match is for the benefit ot injurnd players, whiV.h in ifsfiif sKnnld draw a hie1 crowd, but the game promises to be a good one, as the Iv'anhoe team has shown good form lately, and- the vC.oole:ardie combination is a strong one. The teams will be chosen from the following ? players : — Ivanhoe — Metherall (#), Armstrong, Wishart, Bourke, Mclntee, Bannori, Prean, Scaddan, Pasco, Moore, Kutcher, McCarthy (2), Basel ey, Banis, Sara, Murphy, Tyr ell, Benbow. Combined. Coolgardie — O'Leary, McFadden, R.' Wearmouth, Hickey, Martin, Hearae, Bawden (Burbonks), Lancaster (2), [' Spec' Jones, Frank Jsnes, Fyeche, Maguire (Coolgardie), Devine, Sam Smith, Crawley, N.Carr, aud Erskine (Fire Brigade ; emergencies — W. Ilobba (Burbanks). Laroonibe, aud Gastaguotti (Fire Biigudj) The visitors will leave Kalgoorlie at 9 a.m. ...
FOOTBALL. BURBANKS VICTORIOUS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913
FOOTBALL. BUBBANKS VICTORIOUS. 'The match played on the Eecreation Ground on Sunday afternoon, between. Burbanks and Fire Brii^dc, attracted^ much attention, and undoubtedly was' the best ?exhibition since the- palmy davs of the game. It was- known that Burbanks Avoultl have a o.iong team in the field, aud its membership includ- j ed Jerry O'Lcaiy, llci-'iiydeif (.lato oi:' j Boulder). Bvomloy. i.;ory Aiai'tin, and 1 ' Wack ' ; Walker. Brigado nail a good team also, and a clean, open game was, in a measure, due to Otitcs, who came, down from Kalgoorlie to umpire. He vas strict and quick, and both sidos 'agreed with his decisions, which is somewhat unusual in connection with a strenuous game. In the first quarter, any little ad vantage from the wind was in favor of Burbanks, but: it amounted to very little.. The men from the Lode got go ing earl/' and registered a goal and five behinds to Brigade's nil. She second quarter Was more evenly con tested, Burbanks- adding*' three points an...