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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

Tee thing TROUBLES can be CURED which is not a medicirie that merely gives temporary re lief, Scott's Emulsion per manently cures all forms of teething trouble. Hundreds of parents have written to say their children were cured of teething trouble by Scott's Emulsion. For example, Mrs. W. Des Tardines wrote, 2nd June, 1909, from 4, Grove Street, Balmain, Sydney, N.S.W.: . 'My two children were very peevish and 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 fnow both children are putting on flesh— Thomas, nine montlis, weiglis 21 lb., and Eva, 2\.years, 2\ stone— and looking the picture of health. They are cutting their teeth without any trouble, and are . .mw/ . as good tempered as they were /$M£^ cross before. This trademark was on tne emulsion I bought ' If you wish to cure teething trouble, and decide to buy Scott's Emulsion, decide also to GET SCQTTS EMULSION. You- may be asked to buy another emul-. sion ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

„ .... //fT Complete Change o£ Programme Each Night. Murray % Britge,' CYCLE and MOT0R AGENTS Bay ley Streot. Eepairs of all kinds Promptly .Executed; (Late ofr Victoria P,ark, Perth, and Children's Hospital) Wishes to notify th& pubiicof .Coolgardie and, District that he hsks purchased -{; - ? - - the t (Late Cawthray's) ; The stock has been considerably iacreased-and all Medicines, Drugs, etc, ,-.. will rbe,sold'at;- KffiEi©©© ^ME';FRIBES ' McKenzie's BjiildiagSr-Kelgaorlier— ? ' T''''' Personally visits Coolgardie every Sunday, _ ' . ' , ' Old Council Chambei-j Opposite Denver City Hotel, .^v Hours 10 a.m. to 5.80 p.m- ?:.;-. Don't Teke Me Home! Take me to Cecil's Arcade, Opposite Law Courts, Where yon can get the -latest in Fashion Books, Novels and School Books always on hand'1 - , Coolgardfe Miner delivered regularly Dairy Produe© Merchant* Commission and. Indent Ag@nt WOOB^ARD STBEET ; v -: Local agent for James Gillespie, Ltd, MillerSj BTortbam, Robur Tea Go, London ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

..''Soiinitigtbii's' IffisBfr j Cough or-CoSd, WhcB you catch cold, one way io to pay no attention to it— ai leasfc until ifc developa into bron ohititj, pleurisy, jpaeumonia, or o^en something more osriouo. The other xr&yt ie to at once tako jHMttire ! It will quickly cur© you, ooothe ' } the irritation, h«al the lungfl,vand maho them strong and healthy. Road the experience of Mr. N. H. Litolff, of Mornington, Dunedin :— ? 'I dcolrG toorpre^ my catiafaotlon of tho qualitioa of Bonnington's Irich Moco, for congho.and colds. I ouSored from o coup;h dreadfully for qomo con oidorable timo. £ tried aevaral cough romedico without gattinu any roUof . whatovor, until I purohaood a bottle o? your Itbh Mooo. AJtor toking it tor a ohorfe fcino It quickly drove all tracao of tho eoisgh away.' Aoh for '- SONNINQTON'k irfiih Mess and do not be pef » : suQded to tqh® q substitute ?vvSalcSi g8v©a 6Eeg dsofiOF q blggos* proffSfi. J ? -' ' S s~~ ?*?'.:.- :..:.'. r~—** ? T~~rj- i ? 'A Cup of ...

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The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1913 USE OF SALT WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

Published; Weekly SATURDAY, JUNJS 28, 1913 US! 01* ©AXtf WATSB. As waa anticipated, ; in a jrepoyt., fTihieii appeared in d'iir last' issue, the. Water Supply Department has refused ;to grant any concession -to struggling leaseholdero in connection witH the use oi salt water pumped from the wofk iags. The resolution of the 'Caiifer-' ?«iice '.^hich' sat in Coolgardie in Jan. last, was a reasonable one-, and nothing .-extravagant , was sought? In fact, th© whole of the work of: thatC onference, repieseiitiag the prospectors and lease holders throughout the State* ;was ibiiilt up on moderate linea, amt^njp&Mg^z- - Iravagant waa asked frtfm^hei^tbvfrn raenti- The cruz of- the,:;^iSnferenicQ resolutions were met6ly:I'^'-:-:-isi^ieBi-=to the Government to take Tsiich jneasures as would give a stimulus 'to an indus irj that has been starved ;-by a short sighted policy, for so. many years, so that the gold now locked up :.iii the grotind, where it is of no value to any one, might b...

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Correspondence JUVENILE GAMBLING. To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

??... C®rf©GpOEd©ikicG JU'VENItE GA-MBL-OTG. s . To the Editor Sir,-— I was ploaned to bqs your eerrespondent in last issue draw Dfr= t6ntvoti to this dangerous vice'^thnt 8 assisting to ruin some of the youtbs of this town. It is time that- some notice was taken of the... state o! aSaits by^ those of u s; \vho Mve seen -the effects of the evif and'- have in some case, unfortunately,, suffered mentally, physically, ;^nd financially in consequence of this ..terrible viCet one that is generally corabinpd. with the drinking habit, which, in turn, soon demoralises the most.able and sends so many 'to the lunatic asylum. Instances'- of -tins caa be traced in tho history, of Ooolgardie. A worso. re- ?? suit, loss of character, 'follows gamb ling, as instanced last week in the I KalgQodie Criminal 'Court where quite a young mau was sentenced for stealing his employer's money as the icaiub ul gamuuug. it ih troiu tneae dangers that we desire to save' our children, and, to this end, we ask. !...

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SUNDAY TRADING CASE. IS A WIFE A "FEMALE"? [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

'.'?5UNDAY TRADSNO CASE;'.' IS A WIFE A. 'FEMALE'? On :: Sunday night ; Constable Hamil tton was again very much on the war gatb^so fQF as the Globe Hotel was conceFfted, and must be quit© satis fied 'with the manner in which the boneh (Messrs Wymond and J. Kay Hall) dealt with the licensee, W. J. Reynolds, but there is considerable doubt as to the legality of the bench s decision on one 6£ the charges, Reynolds was charged with Sunday trading, and on a second count of permitting ^a female to be in the bar, this having beon -Mrs Reynolds. The case was heard on Thursday. 1 Tbo licenseo, who was represented by Mr R'. §. Williams, pleaded guilty on. the first charge, and main tained ;. that the sedond should be dismissed, as it was not intended the Act should apply to the wife of the licensee. The sergeant apparently concurred in this view, but he was enable to withdraw the snmmons. The bench regarded the point as a knotty one, but fined Reynolds £5 with 2s costs on each charge. An? of...

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FOOTBALL. BRIGADE DEFEAT COOLGARDIE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

Football. ' ? '?? BRIGADE DEFEAT COOLGARDIE* This match was played on the 'Recre- ation Ground on Sunday last, when the Fire Brigade ... team' again scored over their historical opponents; 'but it must be said that Coolgardiei had' the worst 0 the luck as the wind died down in' the last quarter, whdn it might have been of service to them. At the same time, the . Brigade— men, ?? boys and whippets — played better foot tojall and 'merited -their win. -The Cool gardie team contains, in' 'has beens,' some good individual ,. players, but' there is-, a conspicuous lack of com bination. In fact, there are a -few who should be sent on to the field each with a ball of his own, duly braudedj so that ITe could keep on running round in small circles, without inter ference from the umpire. When tired of that, they could start to; 'cluck,'1 and the^i get down on the balls .mtil they hatched. With few exceptions/ the men do , not play to une anothler,' and more frequently pass tnei ball to an oppo...

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REST [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

.EST Lful/^Barron's Opinion. — Address- ing tho members of the Girls' I'V'en-l'y Society in Perth on Satur- j day 'lasfc, Lady Barron concluded j with a tribute to the thoroughness with which tilings are done on-thij fields.' Lady Barron slated : — During their recent trip to the gold field-, s!v. was struck by the thoroughness with which everybody did things. Per- . haps it /was the climate In any case the goldfieMs people were ? tpfuiii. ing Perth a lesson in this resp ct. At Coolgardie she ' noticed^ that children of seven wer® up .to the intellectual standard of the ordinary child of 12. , 'We all feel well, in this climate,-' explained one of. -the teachers, 4- arid 'we do things thorenghly.' Li nor.to whom, &c.-— In our re- j pert of the Eight Hours' Demonstra- 1 tiou we made it appear that Miss F. ' Amotb won' the Bingle ladies' rac« lttbt year, bui?~ the vic:tor on tbar, occ's:nn was Miss Maud Flemming. ( Th' y are still eligible for ? similar events. Our reporter sa...

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COOLGARDIE REQUIREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

COOL^ARDIE ;&EQUiRBMENTS. The deputation from the oolgardie Municipal Council, which was intro duced to the Minister for Works (Mr. Johnston), in the Mayor's Parlor, on nn his recent visit, was scarcely *lealt- with, in a flattering manner. In fact, the' Minister might' have been expostulating with' a number -of small boys who didn't know what they wanted; but Mr. Johnson may claim that he was subjected to somje inter ruption, and that so much- time vas occup;ic|d by previous matters in .a hasty manner that did not- give him an opportunity to choose either his words 'or style. However, whilst his mannietr was brusque, and at timespal ronising, the deputation did obtain a few grains of comfort and a little n-r.- terial upon which to feed their hope. On the question of grants for toads aridi street maintenance, thiel Minister was emphatic. It was not the policy oi: Ins Government to makie si'.ch gnr.ifs, and he strongly advised the Council to amalgamate with the Roads Board. W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

^^^^ ^f^ HAN LEY and (SUCCESSORS TO BOTCHER & UHR, Ltd.), Premier Butchers. -Wholesale and detail. ; Carts Call Anywhere and Every where^'. . Tlione'S^, Coolgardie. , ' . ? - - . OTJR-HOTTO-^HigheiTQuality, -Lowest Prices' ^ \ -HavhigJnslalled an up-to-date Refrigerating Plant, we are prepared toJiceept for - Storage any Perishable Produce. ,Lowesfc Rates on Application. '' ;. '.: : ,' -LOCAL 'PJRODUOTS,. - - ' - - . ' AND AS ~ ?; , ?-''?.GOOD- AS THE ' .BEST. ? ^ -- - . ' - * ' ? ; a- -VINCEJSiT; -'T. 'CUNNINGHAM,- . L. BRUTO^ ' - Managing Director.-' ' '. ..Brewer.;. '- Secretary. The Commercial Uoioq Issurap Coy., Ltd, UNDERTAKES -- - Fire, Employers' Indemnity, and Live Stock Risks. ? - — LOWEST. RATES. — :- ]\\ -\. ' ? '? C. VINOEmaV Sole Agent, 'Victoria ~ Qotel - -,'-.? Coolgardie. '.:' ; '-''.' v.B. BRUTON ;'' ; - - ' (Sccre'nry of Liou Brewery), has taken this-beantifnlly appointed House 'ov.cT'on liisown account from the 1st February. - . ? - r . - / L The siiper.v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

'^^T ' ~ ' V TOT Q* : , '. * , _ ' Old Established Butchers, , -, ? '/ ' ^ # ..' :/BAYLSf? STREET. \' '.' '--f ? ?' .BS$T BEEP AND MUTTON IN TOWN. ?' - A * ? :_ ?-' ( /TELEPHONE 25. ? : : - ., --';'^ -IIOESE PEED, * * ? ;'-:---/ .- r ?*' ? s- \ - ' ^ Oompare tkcsa jiriivs with ilioso you are pajing : — - .' ? ' : 1 . : , ' ' CHAFF. peMon, £5 ; Half-ton, £'- *- 6d ; less 5s 3d per ewt. (D«'ii'.-ii:r;^l'ia%Barbank!?,'-%id.,.u' per toir extra). , OATS. New 7-a!n» £-'« 'i.te crushed, 5 bag lot at 4s lOd perbnshel, less 4s lid. BRA&, 5 bag lot al U 7*d per bushel ; 1 beg Is 8£d, less Is lOd. POLLARD, 5 hair lot nfls 7W fer bnshel ; 1 bag Is 8|rf, less 1ft lOd. WHEAT, 5 bat; l.-t ai U Id per per bnshel; t bag is 3d, less 4s 6d. . ' / ^VE GUARANTEE PRIMEST QUALITY, Transport Trading & Agency Co. Of W. A. Limit® el ;;-'''~' \ j# G, BK.IGGS, -y- ~ ~ ' ' . . Tobaeeonist and Hairdresser, ..,' OOOLGARDIK. '? .Best Brands of TuUico1;- -Cigar's mid Cigarettes, and All 'Smokers' Re...

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THE TRANSVAAL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

-THE TRA^&VAAL. Though the Transvaal, has -lot yefi made a start at erecting xnachineryJ they are pushing on witli tne cutting): 'of an ore bin at the bottom level ia order to be ready to handle ore quickly,' and cheaply as soon as the plant is' ready. It is said- that this mine will turn: out something like «-Ul) tons of arsenic, per ' month with the plant that' has been designed for it by the comf pany engineers. ''»...

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Coolgardie Racing Club, Ltd THE SEPTEMBER PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

Coolgardie Racing Club, 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 land 13. There will . be substantial I stakes, the total amount authorised b.e S 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. For the Second Class 'Plate^ similar amounts will be allotted, and this event will also, be 'over six furlongs. The Third Class Plate, six furlongs, 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 Avill fol low the Second Class , Plate, and be tldrd event on the card,, is of 200 sovs.; 40 sovs. and 15 sovs. out of the ?take to go to th© second and thir...

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Correspondence THE PRICE OF MEAT. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

[?] - ; THE PpCB OF MSAT. , . ??.: j A. '(To the Editor.)/ Dear- Sir, — In reference to. a letter in your issue signed '.John VarTcer,' and displaying much.Mgnoruace in con nection with the commercial side of bmtchernig, we would point out that your correspondent 's ignorance Is ' ome thing colossal, and his or her theories are as much at fault\as the signature appears to be unreal. The startinc in business of Mr. Dayison as a butcher has had nothing to do with any reduc tion in prices, which have been in fluenced entirely by market prices. If 'John-Varker' (?) will call at our place of- business,' we will undertake to buy her a new dress, if she is not content to agree with us that during the period in questionj the wholesale price of meat has fallen in an adequate manner to make a retail reduction possible.. Whether 'John Varker' be amanuensis, nom do gun-re, or pla;in alias, we. sir 9 unconcerned. Thanking you in anticipation for the insertion of this letter. — Yours, etc.t H ANL...

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HEAD OFFICE EXEMPTIONS. AN INTERESTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

HEAD OFFICE EXEMPTIONS. s- ' ;: .- ? -.-.- '? '-.- ? ? i ?'???.....?..-? f AN INTERESTING CASE.' _ iCoolgardie and - Southern Croae are | \t the only districts that, hare been 1 ipporting the Leaseholders' aiid Pros- | jctors' -Association in' protesting B Winst head office exemptions. .This j Jwhat the 'Leonora Miner'-' gays: — 1 'The pulling of strings in procuring ace from the Mining Act and its gulations in Perth by an institution Wing a lien over a gold mine! (which j most is only on lease during the jeffsure of the Crown) haa been lemplified by-'-tfce recent protection jantod to tire Great Western mine, jilson 's Patch. Some ten weeks ago ic- tributers who had ijeelL working jo property for a length^ p'eiriod were ireed by one reason and another— We particularly for want of cash, j put the machinery (which is in a jplorable state of dis-rep'air) ' into orlcing order, to hand back the pro ?rty to the registered holders. Ever. !ace the mine has been'' enjoying ex *ip?ion granted...

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MINING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

MINING NOTES Another good orushing from the «-old Lindsay lease has been cleaned rap at the State battery. Messrs Coates, Twijrg, and naity put through 40| tons fur -JUcz 4dwts, au average ' of loz ldwt 19grs. The tribnters are ou go^d ore now and can look forward to other satisfactory re - turns. ' - - Mr. E. B. McCakon,' who has* ar ranged to treat the accumulated eanda at the Half Mile 'Beef, Bardock, was -in Coolgardie during the ' week, when lie secured a quantity of pipes- for the /plant he is fitting 'up? '?' The Half Mile g^nde sample^s^-ell,' and Mr. McCahon I ssill take 'about 18 'months ' t&~ cyanide j the lot. 1 Having failed to make any arrange ments to let the Undaunted mine on tribute, the Mines Department has called for tenders ''tot' w lease of the '-jfroperty, including plant. Had a rea sonable offer been accepted some time ago, this mine would be working now, but we understand that several tenders 'will now be put in. ? -' : . i

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NOTES ON EVENTS REMOVAL OF WORKSHOPS. MEN WHO KNOW NOTHING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

NOTES ON EVENTS, ; ^ EEMOVAL OF VVOBivSHOPS. , '1 ' .,- J MEN WHO KNOW NOTHING-. ' There were several incidenta'm con nection with the visit to Coolgardie, at the end of 'last week, of the* Gov ernor and Premier. u»ai auutild not go - un-reco*rded. With the party were Mr. Kesse.ll, private secretary to the Pre mier, arid Mr. -Shapcott, fiiuog a simi lar omce ior tne iviimster for Mines, who was conspicuous by his absence. After the public reception, a few min-~ * -, utes w-re spent in .- me mayor 'a . Par- ^^ ^^ lor with the Premier and Mr. -Mo- ' Dowall, M.L.A., when Cr. Faahan got going on the wrongs. of Coolgardie, and insisted in treating Mr. Kessell as the real Premier, and Mr. Shapcott as naxfr door to being the Minister for Mine©. The Mayor and councillors got oa to the reported removal of tEe work shops, but neither th.e Premier nor our - * - ? members knew anything Ainout it. \ Either that was a ' ' diplomatic eva sion' or they are more ignorant of affairs of State than pol...

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ROBINSON-WALLSEND MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

| BOEENSON-WALLSEND MINE. j The Lady Eobinson . mine, at . Bur H3nks, is an illustration ...of. how well, J»ur mining ('bosses' knew how not co do it in the past. This mine did not oay under company control,, and a few Years ago, both ic and .the .adjoining Jease, the Wallsend, were taken on an istendfid tribute term from the mort gage holders. The tributere were Ifpaers. Cecil and party, and they had _ \ long and weary task before them to ?;traighten up the mine and open on )he lode they, are now working. It Vas only recently that they -began to Wee wages, but now. they are free j Tom debt and have an- 'engine, .com-. j iressor, winders, etc.,1. to; the value, of. J400, which they have paia for, in ad jitiqn to the battery and other , plant ' the old company which they .leaoe'. jhe ore for the battery is being broken pp a width of about 12ft., and it is ood milling dirt. The return: .-.from 18 last clean up is now. available, ad shows that 700 tons, were crushed j-p 293ozs., or an ...

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THE BENJAMIN GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

THE BENJAMIN GEOIi&E; .- i The Hansens have had another good I elean up at the State battery from 1 the Benjamin George, at ' the old Aus I tralian lease, about three miles south J oast of the town. They cleaned, up. and smeltod on Saturday, last 98% j tons yielding 244ozs. 13dwts. over the j plates, or an, average of 2ozs. 9dwts. i ISgrs. The ore was broken in stoping i from the- 80ft. level,, .and. the stone above is even richer than that just ? put through. The sands average well over the ounce, but,, as the assays dif ? fcred, the 'umpire' sample has to be: treated. Between the. previous and ?riis crushing a lot of. dead . work was jdone, including erection, of., whip, driv- J ' ling 70ft. north-east from the shaft, land timbering. In the drive,jthe. lode is smaller in places, but .carries .good lvalues. A lot of milling will be done, however, before it becomes necessary to I 13ink again. On the whole, the property lonks well, and is now'-' the, .most at-, tractive show ...

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REMOVAL OF WORKSHOPS. CLERKS VERSUS ENGINEERS, [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

REMOVAL OF WORKSHOPS. 1 OLERKS VERSUS ENGINEERS, ^A hurried comtnittse meeting of the council was called for Thursday to consider a communication that had been -rea'sived from Mr G. McDowall, M L.A., relative to the rumored re moval of the wopkshopB and stores ro Kaigonrlie, and out of this an interesting position has arisen. As the, meeting of councillors was held in comniitteea frill report upon this matter of so deep an. interest to the town is not available, but we find Mr McDowall states in his letter that wh©n Mr Johnston. Minister for Works, returned from the Gelds he was distinctly- of the opinion that Coolarardie was the b«st site for the work??. Since then figures have been placed before him which, have caused hiua to alter his opinion, and Mr MoDowall appears t^ regard it as definite- that we will ba despoiled, although the Minister has not yet formally announced his final deter mination. When he does it will be too late to hold a public meeting of protest or take any oth...

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