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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

TROUBLES can be CURED k SCOTT'S 'Rum ii 1 si on which is not a medicine that j merely gives temporary re- , lief, Scott's Emulsion per- j manently cmres all forms of j teething trouble. Hundreds ; of parents have written to say | fhrir children were cured of j teething trouble by Scott s Emulsion. For example, Mrs. W Des Jardines wrote, 2nd June, 1909, from 4, Grove Street, Balmain, Sydney, N.S.W.: 'My two children were very peevish ana restless while teething, and I had almost to force Eva to eat After a few doses of Scott's she began to eat heartily, and Jps- now both children are putting JjseJIf on flesh— Thomas, nine i&mWS moiiths, weighs 21 lb., and MMfw Eva, 2\ years, 2\ stone— and WWif looking the picture of health I Wl They are cutting their teeth H WA without any trouble, and are llilL as good tempered as they ivet e Jts&Sr cross before. This trademark I was on the emulsion I bought.' If you wish to cure teething I trouble, and decide to buy ; Scott's Emulsi...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
COOLGARDIE TECHNICAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

COOLCtASDIS TECHNICAL SCHOOL. The work of the second term is now: going ahoad vigorously, but the parents of Coolgardie cannot at all be congratu lated on the way in which they look to the future of their children. A glance at the senior cadet 'roll shows that 56 boy* tiro eligible for military training ?in'Coolgftrdie,' and, assuming that the boys an-1! girls are equal in numbers, there must be nearly 120 between the ages of 14 and 18 who could continue ?theis -education without paying any fee. At the Coolgardie classes there are at present only 55 enrolments, or 50 per cent, of the possible number. What, then, are the parents doing? ?\r« m».Ti lives but recoirnises.the value. of education and wished he had just a little) more. Then, it behoves the parents to take' care that their boys ; and girls have the best chanpe avail able. That there are no classes suit ,ablc cannot be held ay an argument, for attached is a list of the classes either in full swing or ??ready for start ing on...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence Cheap Meat—What For? To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

Correspondence Cheap Meat—What For ? To the Editor Sir — I crave indulgence, through your journal, to ask for a reply from the three butchers who have been in Cooleardie for aome years to the fol lowing question — ' If dispensing meat at the present markel prices affords a reasonable remuneration to live on ; what were the profits prior to Mr T-, Dayison starting ? ' i I am, etc, I - JOHN YARKER [Qoelgardie, Jun« 12, 1813

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Commen" [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

*♦ Comment V The 'Commemoration'- procession of the University, students was as funny as usual. Allowing for -grotesque ex aggeration, it seemed a pretty fair rep resentation of public opinion. The for cible feeding of a suffragette was rep resented with the- aid o.f a bicycle pump. There was a lorry load of vil lainous-looking persons marlced- with the broad arrow and presided over by the Attorney-General, which was sig nalised by the legend, 'Sentences re mitted daily. Preference to unionists. ' ' A cartload of 'babies' screamed for the raising of the baby bonus to £7/10, and a host of similar tableaux regaled the laughing crowd. The students, however, don't take IcinOfy to the separation which the Senate, for the preservation Gf its dignity, thought it necessary . to ordain. Thev' would dearly like to mingle their .'burlesques, as formerly, with the more staid pro ceedings of their 'potent, brave and reverend' seniors in the great hall of the University itself. A suggestion was t...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A DEPARTMENTAL DICTUM. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

A DEPARTMENTAL DICTUM. At last the Secretary for Mines (.Mr. H. King) has sent along his reply to the resolutions -that were presented to the Minister for Minus by the Con ference of leaseholders and prospectors that sat in Coolgardie in the middle j nf .Innunrv last, not in February as ' Mr King's letter states. Mr. King gives fair grounds for his delay in dealing with these matters; but now that -we have his decision we know where we stand. Although Mr. King developed under somewhat different corditions to his Minister, it is not on record that he is overwhelmed with practical mining knoweldge, and the way the Statu battery question is dis posed of gives, ample proof of this. At the same time we must give the Secretary for Mines credit for one ad vance step and for the promise to con sider others. It is proposed to reduce the battery charges for crushing to 7/6 per ton, and 12/ and 7/ per hour for time crushing for 10 and five head respectively. That will bo a gam to these witli'l...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TIMEWELL ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

THE TIMEWELL ? ESTATE. Matters in connection with the Time well estate then occupied the Local Court for som# time, on .judgment sum monses issued by the acting Official Receiver, Mr. A. A. Moffat', who', was represented by Mr. R. S. Williams (Keenari and Randall). Tn the first case' the. defendant had signed consent to an order for instal ments, and a verdict was given aecoid iugly. ' ' ' - The next case was against ^Robert Waddell, against whom a judgment for £34 had been -obtained on May 27. Waddell objected to being termed' a 'shoyeller,' and said he was a 'scooper' on the new Government reservoir at Kalgoorlie, where he earn ed -13/4 a day.- lie stated that he was a singlei man, with no -one else to sup port, and he then iv.»tt the amount of the order in the hands of the R.M. JUr., R. S. Williams said he would accept an order for .10/-. a week. ,- The R.M. made a commitment order for 21 days, to be suspended during, the payment of 10/ a week, the) first payment after next pay d...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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BURKANKS MAIN LODE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

- BURKANK& MAIN LODE^ Mr. W. Nicholas submits his progress - Jgport .for May as follows:— ' Main Shaft (main haulage ? winze), No.. 4 Level, Main South Drive.— north, off No. 3 stope), driven a total of 21ft. in country rock carrying irre gular quartz veins'; no values. Water Lodgment (20ft. north of haulage winze).— Dimensions 12ft. 6ia. by 7ft. 6ins. by _6ft. This cistern has been eixcavated under the levelj -reef IS inches wide, assaying Ddwts: per tok. No. 7 Level, 'Winze 206fL. North.— Cut a plat at 206ft. north, and - have sunk the. winze to a total depth of' 16ft.; reef 24 inches wide, assaying liJdwts. per ton. ' ' - -N ? $ Rise (460ft. south).— Have rising ' feet from the back. of. No.' 3. stope,, and holed through to;the winze, in tho end of the south intermediate Jevel; -n-,cf from 8 to 30 inches,.- wide, ag^jsw* 9 dwts. per ton. ..,?' -—?— - *-- a. - 7. No. 5 LeveJ, Winze 395ft: South.— Deepened lift:, total 35ft., and holefl ,' ' ? through to the rise from the s...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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TROUBLE ABOUT A GOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

TROUBLE ABOuT A GOAT. Richard Thomas , proceeded against William Marrett to recover 'a goat and kids. Thomas said tho old goat, the niothei of two kids, disappeared about siy, months ago. On May 19th ho saw tho goat near his back ' yard. The 'kids were now about two months- oM, and he was quite satisfied that the mother was his goat. ?. Tt followed Miss Mille?' into his yard, and he them' took pos session of it and the kids. He went out the same afternoon, for a walk, ana on returning the goat was missing Later he found that Marrett had tho goat, but did not see it in -his p.osses sion. His brother, Jack Thomas, gave hiin the goat. He went to Mr. Marrett and told him that it was his goat, but defendant replied that it was his own, and that he had got it from Burbanks, Witness went out and identified tho goat ,as his property. In cross-examination, witness said hei had claimed a fowl that an Afghan took' away from his place. He knew the goat was his because 'she answered to the name ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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THE BIRTHDAY GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

THE BIRTHDAY y,uTT.'. * i -; rw'i ? This mine; again let on tribute, is^ now giving employment to 40 men y\ underground/ and another ? machine ' drill v will be installed i shortly. -' The ? official report for May is us follows:— ' 'B' Shaft, Np. 4 Level.— West crosscut (128ft. north) extended 21ft., total 79ft. in hard country rock; also '. bored 8ft.- into the face; no values. '' North Drive (branch), otl. main south drive, 105ft. from main crosscut, ex tended 24ft., 'total 2'l£i. 'Lode matter . for full width of drive: average, value 4dwts. per ton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

llte«iB| ox HAN LEY and ? ;* (SUCCESSORS TO BUTCHER & UHR, Lt-l.), --.'?'' Premier Botchers. Wholesale and -Retail. Carts Call Anywhere raid Eyery ';? -; where. -v'Phone 825 Coolgardie. ' OUR JJ OTTO— Highe'sTQualif,y , Lowest Pricw. Having Installed an up-to-date Befrigeraling Plant.' we are prepared to aoee»t for . -btorage any Perishable Produce. Lowest Ilates on Application. -? ? ?. LOCAL .PBQDTJCTS, - * '?'. -: AJKD AS' GOOD-. AS THE' BEST. V ? V i ' ' ^s^ * .i. C. VINCENT, P.- CUNNINGHAM, L. BRUTON Managing Director. \ ? Brewer. ? . Secretary.' flie Commercial Onioi{ Assurance Coy,, Ml. . UNDERTAKES ~ ' - ? ' ? 5 ' Fire, EmpSoyers' Indemnify,, and Li^e Stocfr Hlahst ? ' — LOWEST RATES. - - ' ' C VINCENT, Sole A*»nfc«: Victoria IfoM - - - Coolgardf e. L. BRUTON - (Secretary o£ Lion Brewery), Jias taken this beautifully appointel ' House over on his own account from the -1st February. - ' - - v' , '. . ' ?— «?«? ?- - * ? ~ _ The -supervision of th^Commissanat section is ...

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BURBANKS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

BURBANKs I* JEWS. The Glenloth, on the Coolgardie side of the Main Lode, is as well-knoAvn as its owners, Arty Berryman and party. ? This mine is a consistent producer, and wo learn that negotiations are in pro gress to equip it with a plant. Crush mgs have gone over an ounce, 'and with machine drills and other plant, the mine should give a good account of itself. , .. - - ' The Burbanks Ivanhoe is on the Cool gardie end of. the Glenloth, and is also a consistent producer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

V- ' ? Old Established Butchers, BAYLEY STREET. BEST BEEF: ;ANI) MUTTON IN TOWN. J ^ ? '_ _ ??';' ? ';;: :: .; : v TELEPHONE 25., ? - '. .S J^W&^m PEED. ' ' _; Oewpare th^cv prices ^UHj/Hos^yqir'are paying : — ', . CHAFF, per (on,- £5T£Frp-tot), £5 flkfl j less 5s 3d per owfc. ' . ( D' viv r-sl: ui-n.n franks, 2s §$ p9B t »n extra). ' OATS, New Z4-ah'i jv;? -t^rnshed, 5 bai? lot at As LOd per bushel, less 4s lid. BRAS, 5 bag Vut nf. I^Ja^er bushel ; 1 bog Is 8H less ls 1Od -POLLARD, 5 ba-.-iyi at 1^ 7^.1 | er bushel ; 1 ba^ls 8jH- less ls lOd. WHEAT, 5 bay lot arl^lii (n?r per brshel ; 1 bag 4s 3d, less 4s 6d. '? : ?? ? ?::--';-'~X: %&'^,-':y:^~~. 'T ? v -'/' -' ?; if GivRAlgp ^PRIMEST QUALITY, ' ' '' Transport Tpad ing- & Agency Co. of W.A, Limited .',. . . . ??? J, ??.©,.? -BBIGGS, Tobacconist and Hairdresser*, - CQOLGARDIE. BeBt Brands of Tclarco, Cigars mid Cigarettes, and All Smokers' Requisites Always On Hand. Own Mixture a Specialty. ' . , Try Oar ' Oc...

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Imperial Aspirations. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

' Imperial Aspirations. In the oratory on Empire Day, the most notable utterance was that of Ad miral Sir G. King-Hall. 'If we fear God and. do unto others as we would be done. by, all will, and all must be, well with the Empire,' he said. Many critics are prepared to affirm that if safety is only to be secured on these lines, the case is hopeless, 'until, or un less, flna*e is a complete revision of the policy that is being adopted towards the children of non-combatants, and to wards the wives of Chinese. British subjects resident in Australia. But that by the way. In closer touch wilh actualities was the Admiral's 'lech.'a tion that the naval ^policy which is being pursued by. Australia is' the only one that is, or ever was, feasible. This attracted the more attention because^ it has been generally supposed that the Admiralty favored the ? idea of contributions towards the cost^oJ: tl:-e Imperial navy, in preference to the construction of a fleet of its -own.' 'Perfectly astonishe...

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Mr. Holman. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

Mir. Holman. . Mv. Holman is expected . to reach Australia' a day or two' after the, gen eral election — and the referendum vote. ?By. common consent, he is spokon of as the coming Premier of the State. But, so far as present appearances go, his position' will bo as much of a sinecure as that of Mr. MeGowen has been. The policy of the Government has already been declared. Mr. Griffith has made two announcements. Either of them, if carriod into effect (and not a shadow of doubt is ex])ressed on this allimport ant point), would keep a Government which could boast a fair working ma jority fully employed or a fairly Jong session. On the eve of a general elec tion, and with the help of only a pre earious ma-jority- of one, the proposals read more like a burlesque than seri ous polities. - They are (1) the aboli tion of th'o Legislative .Council, no less; and an enormous expenditure on carry ing the Sydney railways underground. Obviously,- no additional Premier is needed, if these project...

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THE LORD BOBS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

THE LORD BOBS. ?t '.?? ?- ???..- -. '. ? .?-..''... ? .?? r ...... ? . .' - . . ''?-'.??'.. ?«' v ,2'his .property,' situated between Burbanks and the *Cheapside, has now become the' sole property of R. Wear mouth, senior, and the managViuent has been placed in the hands of Mr. T. Evans, who was shift boss on the Main Loda. This mine nas given some sensational returns, but. is a tricky one to work. Mr. Wearmouth's ' ? idea is. to get down into the settled country, which should be reached- at about 300ft. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

,£xuon Bulk Beer, ? Famous Throughout the Eastern Goldfields. Brewed and Bottled by The Union Brewery ?= Kalgoorlie ; Opposite Post Office. Catto's Special Bulk Whisky. Splendid Accommodation. Billiard Room- and attention. Best on, the Fields. 4 Popular House with Visitors, . R TSisbet - - - ?'. Proprietor - DENVER CITY HOTEL, ? ? ? . COOLGARDIE. R. LOWMAN ' - - Proprietor Close to Railway Station, Municipal Gardens and Bowling Green. / - T BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS. — ?.: ' ' ' ? i ? ' '' ' . ALL DRINKS ARE THE COOLEST . Metropolitan Hotel . . Bayley Street, Mfs. Whitaker and Miss Butler Ppoppietresses.l MOST POPULAR HOUSE lN^TOWN. ? ' Splendid Accommodation. UNION BEER ON- DRAUGHT. ,'? ' ' - , ' Best Brands only of Wines and Spirits. ' _ ' The Metropolitan is the House where Everything is of the Best Quality. Dovlfi's Botftl WIDG1EM00LTHA . Best Brands of Liquors Good Accommodation. JAMES DOYLE . ' _ Proprietor Grand Bar Hotel Bayley St., Coolgardie. First-class Accommodation. Only t...

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THE CHEAPSIDE [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

THE CHEAP'SIDE. Merritt and party have a wellestab lished property in the Cheapside. There ' Js a big hard lode, but the ore has to be carted 12 miles to the State battery,, and crushing has, hitherto, cost 10/ a ton. It is now proposed to instai a plant, and this will give a bigger- ton- ' nage. ' A mill on the spot is really re- - quired, and this may come Jbef ore long.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

[?] [?] - ? ? ? - ? , . - Follow the Following Exceptional ; ''.-.. ' Prices : ' . - , Moris' Tweed 0§©tf% and Macintosh Chester's arid ~ ' - ©VSPCOatS, . . _ ' ' ' Mens' Tweed Chester Coats, well-made and strongly-lined throughout, 13s _ - ' 6d, 18s 6d, 22s 6d and upwards. Heavy Tweed Motor Coats, 45s. Light-weight Grayenette Shower- proof slip-on Chesters. 42s, 45s. 50s, 63s.\, - ' - Hens' Navy Beaver Cloth Cheaters, with silk velvet col'ars, lined strong - ' ^ '?-'_. Italian cloth, warm and rainproof, 19s 6d and 25s 9d. - - ... ' - ' ' - ' Mackintosh Coats, plain greys or fawns or neat tweed effects. A very special ? ' - ? . - Grey Chester 19s 6d, 22s 6d ; Navy Parramatta Cloth Chester, with long capes, 19s 6d and 22s 6d ; Striped or Check Tweod Cheaters, 27s 6d, 32s 6d, 37s 6d, . ' ?? ?-- # „ 45b ; Plain Fawn Do., ,32a 6d, 45s, 65s. ? - ?.-,: ' '' All our Macs have stitehed seams, taped throughonfc, and' ? made of .reliable waterproof cloths. ,, ',-,''. ''' ' ; . Mer.s' Rubber C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

.Woods' Great Peppermint Care, for Couo-Im q*& Colds, never fails, 1/6.

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Coolgardie Racing Cub, Ltd THE SEPTEMBER PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

Co©lgardie Racing Gub, Ltd THE SEPTEMBER PROGRAMME. This will be the 18th annual Cup meeting of the club, and will be held on Wednesday and Saturday, Sept. 10 and. 13. There will be substantial stakes, the total amount authorised be ing 1280 sovs. The programme for the first 'day will comprise the Bur banks First, Second and Third Class Plates, a handicap of which 230 sovs. is allotted. Of this' amount, the First Class Plate, six furlongs, will receive 80 sovs; 15 sovs. and 5 sovs. to go out of the stake for the placed horses. I'oi the Second Class Plate, similar amounts will be allotted, an. I this event will also' be over six i'm-longs. The Third Class Plate, six fiirlougs, is of 70 sovs, and the second and third horses will receive 10 sovs. and 5 sovs respectively out of the stake. The Coolgardie Handicap, which will foi low the Second Class Plate, and be third event on the card,' is of 200 sovs.; 40 sovs. and 15 sovs. out of the ?take to go to the second and third horses reseeti...

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