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AN INTERESTING INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913

AN INTERESTING CNGIDBNT. It was more than a coincidence that two enthusiastic 'witnesses of*the match -were two well-known players, .Tog Pen glase, whose thigh was broken by a fall, at the- Widgieraooltha dam, .a couple, of months ago, ancl George Hig gins, who , broke' a bone in his foot, during a recent premiership match. They drove in a .trap sea,ted on cuslrions and saw the game through. Both were welcomed by their many friends. ? , _On the Sons of Gwalia preparations 'are -being made for installing down draught wood producers in place of the charcoal producers (says' an exchange) on the existing gas plant, which 'con- 'sists of two engines; one of 400 h.p. ,and the other of 160 h.p. The type of producer being installed is the ' Com monwealth, ' a Western Australian in vention. ' It is anticipated that the new -type of producers will affect a sav ing' of about 50 'per 'cent. 'in fuel. 'This type of generator' will also be used in connection with , tha ' additional gas power plan...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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MINING NOTES NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913

-MINING NOTES ' NEWS AND NOTES. ,„ The ridiculous restriction', in connec tion with the tribute on the Undaunt ed mine, to the effect tuat-.onry four, men should be employed, has .been re moved, and 20 or more men miry work the property. The department adheres to the condition that 21/. per cent. ; royalty must be paid, ImL the men are to have wages up to £3/10/- per week ; before this is deducted, icom the. gold] won. In these improved carcumstances | we shall soon see the Undaunted work ing again/ - Messrs. .Lafkin and party, Widgie mooltha, ' have dollied 67ozs.- .from , their show, and are now raising a I crushing.''' This property is about two! miles fr.om thp. Flinders,- the specimens j from 'which were recently on view in I ' ft nnl rrQ vr\ ro I Mr. Gus La'ngheimf has been prospect ing on Hampton Plains for some time, and has brought in some nice specimen stone. This he obtained on the old Golden Eagle line, close to where Bir rell and F. Lancaster' have their show. Mr. E. B....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913

? 7F ,1 lull ill .00 i f - ^/iv^ Complete Change of: Programme Each. Night. ' Murray & Bii-fee5 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 has purchased the ? .. . COO1-G3MVDIE- PH7^K/V\Aeg ' '. (Late Cawthray's) The stock has been considerably increased and all Medicines, Drugs, etc, ?will be sold at KaL-S©©KLIE - P]gfl©BS - McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. ' - Personally visits Goolgardie every Sunday, ? Old Council Chamber, Opposite Denver City Hotel, ? ' '-. Hours 10 a. m, to 5.30 p.m Don't Take Me Home ! '??-'? v Take me to ' l ? ? ? y -, ? Opposite Law Courts, „ «?..-.. . '\ - ? ? ? ' ?'-.?. -..?? ' ., ;Whe/e ypxi can get the latest in Fashion Books, ' ? \ ..;? . '- (- v ; . Novels and School Books always on-hand . * ' ' Coolgardfe Miner delivered regularly ' |P V. f Dairy Produce Merchant, Commission and Indent A...

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MILITARY NOTES. CADET COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913

MILITARY NOTES. ,. CADET COMPETITIOInS. The cohrpletei official scores ]_aAre now come to hand in conneetion with the competitions recently held o2 the coast when Leederville '(87B. U. (Jo.) won thle right to go over for i,ne Sydney contests. The scores were as follows: Eifle Shooting. — Leederville, 76; East Porth 126; Victoria Park 80: iSfor tham, 89; Coolgardie, 87; Bunbuiy, 65. 58. ?' ' ( -?- ? Inspection. — Iieedi&xville, 84; East Perth, 83; Victoria Pai'K, ,«0; Nor tham, 89.; Coolgardie, 87; Bunbuiy, f5. Physical Drill.— Leederville, ?-? 124; East Perth, 126; Victoria jt^ark, 106; JSTortham, 107; Coolgardie, 106; Bun bury, 90.. . Company * Drill. — Leederville, 166; East Pterth, 144; Victoria Park, 111; Northani, 127;, iCoolgardie, 133; Bun bury, 105. Skirmishing. — Leederville, 182; East P.erth, 140; Victoria Park, 175; Nor tham, 181; Coolgardie, 183; Bunbury, 178.. 4 March Past. — Leederville, 34; East Perth, 38; Victoria Park, 30, Northam, #30; Coolgardie, 31; .tJun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913

^ ^^vy 'v^i-wh rv* yv»w - , - ? Smoke - - . Tobacco. ) Pn Plugs and ta s AIr-tight; Tins .V

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VICE-REGAL VISITORS. A COOLGARDIE OUTING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913

. VICE-REGAL VISITORS. -A , COOLGARDIE' 'OUTING. T .e Premier (Mr-; J. Seaddac) motored ?' from JKalgoorlie yesterday rrioiri1.? and. joined the Mayor and oi''iu oill'/i a -in receiving His Excellency .?fK' f-Tov,. rtior and Lady JtJa^ron at the railway f tat ion', the party including ?Cu|jt_ju; Caddell, Private Secretary. Ttie cadets, under Lieutenant Hol landj with Sergeant-major Walsh, formed a guard ot honor, and the vi.-i'ors were _ at once takeji to view the -.r.u1 1 i.-Mpal gardens. The Mayoress and otl'oi* ladies then accompanied Lady Batron to pay a visit to the SiiMnto'iuna, whilst Plis Excellency a'ld Lbe local invited guests as seo.b'ec.1 in the council- chamber, wh.ip a civic reception wa,s ac corded. The Reception. The Mayor ©resided, having on his left His Excellency the Governor and I,Ir J. W. Kirwan, M.L.C., and -on his right tlie Premier (Mr J. Scaddan), Mr C. MoDowaIl,'M.L.A., and Major Caddell, Private Secretary to the Govsruoii The' councillors present were Crs ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913

? ? ? ~~ ? : ? ? ? — - ;' ; litesi^ /x^ HAN LEY and .? - (SUCCESSOHS TO BU.TCHEU & UHll, Ljrf), ' % -: _ , ? - ;- -Premier. Butchers. _/ -W-b olesale -aiid Retail: ; Carts--Call 'Anywhere and Eyer^ . ' Avkcrc. Tlione'^2, Coulguudie. - ' - /OUR MOTTO^Hi^hesTQnality, Lowest Friers. 41 Having-Insfalletl nu-urtto-rlatc Refii'-efating Plant we arc prepared to sroeept for -? ' - /? ' Storage any l'oribhablc l^otlifc'e. ' Lowest Eates on .Application. ' -? / '?*? LOCAL PBODUCIS, - '.': -' ' eaOD ? AS- ? THE ', BEST, ' '?'- .? 1 C.VINCENT,. .P. CUNNINGHAM,- _L. B&UTON ' ' Managing Director. ' ' Brewer.. Secretary. The Commercial Unioii Issnraqce Coy., Ui UNDERTAKES Fire, Employers* Indemnity, and Live Stock Risk& . — LOWEST RATES. — - - ? ? ' .- . 0, VINCENT, Sule Agent. - ' Yictoria Ifotel -,- . - Coolgardie, .. ' ,,' .,:'--L.' BEUTON ??? ':.?''-?'. \ ' v- . (decre'ary'fif Lion Brewery), has taken this beautifully ajipoin led \ ' *; U( us', over on his own account f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913

?/ - - V.l,\GK BROS'., . ' : '' . '_'„, Old Established Butchers, 'T** -?*' % ?' U\YLI'-Y STREET. /,- - .BEST * 5' t -KD' .MUTTON IN TOWN; * ? ..;'.;; _- ' ' ' - ' '_ '' .-' TELEPHONE '25. ? '' ? . ? ' ' l-'-:^'--/l\6)lSE 'FEED. .- ,/ '.- Compare thos1 | r'c * ? i.Y \ -\ y-v.i :' re' .paving : — * ' ' '- j CHAFF, |-t?f*l.«., Vi\ ffalf-ton, £:tifHi I'ss 5s 31 per cit. ' (I.'m ? i ? r,.n!.;n,kr, 2- HfUtt i cxlrs). ? . OATS. New 7 !.':... .- J « ?-. !-.-,], '5 ha- i«. 'at4i OJ ptr bushel,, leas 4s-HJ. B'KAN, 5 bag mh''.i l' 7,Vs' i-'r t.iislt'] ; l'b?g'la 4-, less Is 10d_ POLLARD, ?? l..i : ; ' fti' »-'7£ 1 i er l.nsTiel ; 1 l-a,'-Js 8W, less U JOd. ? WHEAT, 5 Li--- !? u ,: I-'U j ??! per Imsln-I ; 1 1%' is 3d, lots '4s 6d. - v-i: cu ?/;-;\x',ut'-E'.rRr.fiST- -quality, ,, -. Transport .Tpad ing* '3- Agency Co. of W A. Limited ~ ? J. ' 0. BHIGGS' ~~~~~. *.;_ Tobacconist and Hairdpesserg „ : COOLtfARDIK. * V . ^ Best Brands of Tui r-c.\ Ti-_ his mid CigareMe?, and All Smokers'- Requisite...

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Workers' Homes for the Field. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913

Workers' Homes for the Field. ? . - : - The. ?Laoor Party, Avho are now in power, seem to be unmindful of the fact that the peoplej'of Jho goldfields. ba'ought them in.tp; being, and arc now^ their strongest supporters. Th,a party in. power -seem to- be so anxious to curry /favor with the ' ciy arttisans and~ farming communities that they,, -utt'erly nealcet tho'se who liave 'been their strongest baek-eis. This, is 'in stanced by .the manner in which the. Government are 'making futile, nay, . silly, -efforts to get cheap meat for the folk who dwell in Perth,- cheap w.ater (011 long eredit);.. for ihe,,cdekies, aaid,. in many other directions.' ^ VV'h'y the fields should be treated as' though they wene worthless is best known to thes members who get an- easy life at the seaboard from' those- vvho select- them; to sit in Parliament. On this field the gold yield has jumped from less, than 700 ounces per month a couple of years ago, to well over 9,000 ounces por month this year.'- On th...

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A POSER. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913

: . A POSEP.T \ A correspondent writes: — Reminis- cence of elections calls m. mind ,-the first election for Mt. Margaret. The candidates were G. W. FlaU and Mulga Taj^or, tlie present' end highly respec ted member for the same eile-v-o? ite. 'It ift said that Hall had trained a par rot to perch near the entrance to Lhc' Malcolm ballot box , '1ml call- out, ??tiaii's tne man to vote-, for,-' in ignorance 'of the fact that 'Mulgi-' ha.l.domesticatert-a'dingo .vor wild dog) 'that had been kept in- reserve to rend ..asunder the nether garments jf fTr-y who might vote against him. 'Mulga' won, and up to date his electors have no reason to regret the exercise- of jftieir franchise.

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FOOTBALLERS AND COUNCIL. Admittance Charge to Grounds. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913

FOOTBALLERS AND COUNCIL.' Admittance Gharga to Grounds. ___te__»___i At the meeting of the council on Tuesday ni^ht a letter was received from the secretary of the Football Association, stating that he had ob tained from the Colonial Secretary permission to make a charge of 6d for admittance to the recreation ground in connection with Sunday matches. Cr Faahan said the council should not have been ignored in this matter. The ass -ciation had gone over the heads of the council, but should have notified them of the proposal. He was not unfriendly to the associa tion, but the council should have been recognised. The Mayor inquired as to the terms the association had the grounds on. The Town Clerk: The council gets 15 per cent, of the gross re ceipts. ' ;;»; Cr Linkson : It is not intended to stop anyone from going in. Cr Noonan said he favored- the charge of sixpence, but did not like th© way the thing had been done. Cr -Nisbet : It is the council's duty to make such applications. I do...

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"ASSISTING" THE MINING INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913

?''ASSISTING' THE MINING :* INDUSTRY. There^ are evid'coitly some pcculiai shades 6t' meaning in the word 'as- sisting' .that have hitherto be^n hid den from the understandings of gram marians and the ordinary e-.lucated public. , The. erudite Minister for Mines has 'discovered . a dark - shade, so far as the mining industry is coir cerned; but 'it may be he .was again absent from his office, and that tho 'new interpretation is that of the Sec retary for Mines, Mr. H. '&. King. One of tlie\matters 'that was before ,the Prospectors and Leaseholders' .Con ference in January' last was the pay ment of lease rents7 and ifc was asked that some concession be given to strug gling prospectors. Attention was called to 'the kindly treatment, metod out to fanners, who purchase thoir holding's for less rent than is paid by the leaseholder, who nev.?r secures a permanent title, the W.A. mining* Uoase rents T3cing the highest in the Com monwealth. The motion finally adop ted by the Confere...

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REMOVAL OF WORKSHOPS. Discussion in Council. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913

REMOVAL OF WORKSHOPS. Discussion in Council. irrrfT rrtci Before the council adjourned^ on Thursday evening Cr Faahan said they had a serious matter to cons' !f».r. It was freely stated the Pub i-- Works and Water Supply w-rkh--p .: and stores were to be removed : to Kalgoorlie, and there wasevidence --f the truth of this in the fact that the last remaining officer had been notified to proceed to that centre. It was understood that the pn?inpe!rs 'considered Coolgardie the best site for the works, but now he heard that all the shops and stores were to be transferred to Kalgoorlie, where the Government had a quarter acre u*;ir the new reservoir site. It wouM cost £5000 to effect the removal, and, in addition, the Government woull have to obtain a larerer block. Either ICoolgardie must have committed sorhi' crime against the State by b-.n -i-i^ in wealth and population, or this ?motion indicated the Goverumeut had become eeutralisationists. Ministers had professed to be . opposed to c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913

?rf^fST*- ?- Ml: STJALM'S- MAMMOTH STORES. ' BUTTEHIOK'S PAPER PATTERNS, B' OA1SS1 are SOLE-AGENTS in WESTERN AUSTRALIA lor BUTrEIUCK;& FAMODS & INCREASINGLY ^ POPULAR P.S.PER PATTERKS.: These Wovid-renowned Patterns fiie Stocked by all lli-*_ Lracing 'Ilons^ thrJiiffhont ????A«StraliSf-«uch-S8.I-a«J Jones- & -Co,, Syduey, and Boan Bros, Bntteriek-V colcbrated {?attcrns Jjave- stood. the teot ; of time and 'canbe absolutelj rolicd upon. They are always up-to-dute, true to m^asiirniien.f, and absolutely re iiabi^. Beans' stock includes thousands of the latest designs for ladies' and HiPdren'd uud.t rcl-nhin^ co.sir.rnep, jackets, coals 'skirts, bbuqes, etc-, and -'incus' and boys' coats, trousers, pyjamas, etc. Call and see/orir cmplfto iliusfrated cnta log«es. Rlpnlbi^ Fashion Books -of --fclie very latest styles may be obtained at the counter. We aiso stogie ' The Delineator' Q-tittepick's Magazine 'of TTashions, price 9d. Wplte-fop Oisp IllMS^pated General ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913

tflt * e f'^^^ |^t A rich cream of fresh ripe tomatoes, delicately fl _h**l| fp'csd and seasoned. It is made with pure sweet !|^ \|. „$ crvtim— no meat used. Heat in the tin and it is ill »- l { \^{ ready to serve. Three sizes. Other |O ? ' * i f||} The World's Standard of quality. '^ | r , t||f \ Tomato Ketchup, Tomato Chutney, ' Baked I. *^j ? y Beans in Tomato Sauce, India Relish, Sweet W - ? ~ PJ - Pickles, Dill Pickles, Spaghetti a I'ltalietine, 11 ? ? |^| Peanut Butter, Evaporated Horseradish, etc. ^i ' || || Grocer returns purchase price if they fail to pleaaQ* If ; ? ? « ?. union Bulk Beer, ???.?- \ i ? ? , , ^^ _ '* s . Famous Throughout the Eastern Goldfields. ' ' Brewed and Bottled by - The Union Brewery - KalgoofKe flie CfifiMORHE HOTEL, COOMARDIR, ? ' ' ' ' - . TRY A DREADNOUGHT OF UNION BEER. - .No other kept ? ?Latest patent glass washer installed. All best brands of liquors Bottle departmeut-a specialty, Everything at Kalgoorlie prices ?Telephone 14 '..,._ . ' J. P. ...

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MINISTER AND PROSPECTORS. DEPARTMENT DECISIONS DISCUSSED. FURTHER ACTION PROPOSED [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913

IvIil-L'jSTSii jAWB ' P^obPEC'TOSS. ' DEPARTMENTAL' DE/X-fL'Is'q- D13 ,v - CUSSiil). .,- v ' ~ ? ? ', ''further action proposed. ? . ^ . -j A well-attended' meeting oi the Cool- ; gardi-e branch of the Lea'sohoiuoia'' and . Prospectors'' Association of W.A. was j hjdld at the 'Australia Hotel, on Friday of Jast week, when the president (Mr. '\Y. ivL. jfaahan) was in the chair. The secretary (Mr, ITidclilston) read the reply forwarded by tiie &acretary for Mines to the alnliation Conference ; held in Coolgardie last January, the text of which appeared in omv last issue. It was ? decided to take .tho items separately and adojoi. any^ sug gestions that might \/~, jorwai.led to the Executive. The iO^uianous oi tLu Conference as publklwd in our issue of May 31 \vore% fb'.sfc read, out, eouios of the paper being handed lo .each num ber, 'and the Minister's, replies were read by the secretary after which' dis cussion followed. 'The results wero as follow:— . . . - „ Tributes. , ?'....

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The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1913 REMOVAL OF THE WORKSHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913

f|oolgardk ^iner Published Weekly _ '► ;. SA1 UKDAY, J UiNrE 21, l91iL, EEMOVAL OF THE 'WORKSHOPS. , Tlie blow Jias ialleu^, and OoolyarJie is to lose the public vvorjib -*nd , water supply '\vdrkslioi)s and .-stores ? tliat have been so long established here. It will be reniembi&red that Avhen. Mr. Johnston was here on May 31, the deputation from the ' Council, which interviewed! him, was received with somewhat ironical patronage by our extremely superior Minister ior Works, but that did not prevent -the Mayor and others from making uuc a good case as to why the shop's - and stores should be centralised in Coolgardie. One or two little proposal were pro mised by th|© Minister, but in connec tion with water supply -und -other im portant matters his tone was distinctly antagonistic. His reply regarding the workshops did contain a, grain or two of hope in the bag ot clian, out no one believed that Coolgardie, with one Parliamentary vote, wouiu gain the day over a district with...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913

ITEMS OF INTEREST Dr. H. A. Ellis has been appointed District Medical Officer and Public Vaecinator of the Coolgardre Sana toriutu and Hospital during the ab sence of Dr H. M. Mitchell. This ap- . pointment will in no- way interefer® with Dr Ellis' private practice, neith er does it necessitate the removal of his residence and surgery, where his practice will be conducted as before 'MoroThan We Have''— Even the , ''.' repressntatives of Royalty are per mitted to have a sense of humor. A .Coolgardie lady with twins exhibited -? them to JQia Excellency and Lady Barron, yesterday, and inquired ;— ' How is that for a bounty?' 'They are more than we have,' smilingly re marked Siis Harry, and Lady Barrou jumped right into the mother's heart by taking the pair into her arms Cheap Meat — Mr T. Dayi- ou makes '.; an announcement in our advertising eolumns regarding cheap meat aud states be has come to stay. He hum orously warns the public not to look, at his prices as that may lead to their ...

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PROSPECTORS' ASSOCIATION. THE COOLGARDIE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913

PBOSPECTORS' ASSOCIATION. THE COOLGARDIE BRANCH. Having disposed of the items in the reply of the Mines Department to the resolutions presented to the Minister by the Conference, in January, the Coolgardie branch of the Leaseholders and Prospectors' Association, at its last meeting, dealt with an amount of routint items. Euchre Party and Dance. It was .decided, in connection with the euchre party and dance to be held . on Wednesday, July 23, tu appoint an executive committee comprising the ' president and secretary, and M&ssrs. Hansen, Noonan, Nisbet, Tindal and Hardwicke, to , make: all arrangements. On the motion of Mr. xs'ipbet, sec onded by Mr. Hartup, it was d added-'''' that this Executive should also form a ladies' committee. ' £. ? L3 Membership RoM. The secretary reported that the com mittee appointed for the purpose, con sisting of Messrs. Tindal, Hardwicke and himself had gone into the member- ? i ship roll and reduced.. the number from 115 to 75 on account of non...

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