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Amusements. King's Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

Amusements * King's Pictures j In connection with next week's programme of King's Pictures. Mr Murray is presenting two very fine special exclusive feature . subjects The first of these is entitled, Sherlock Holmes Solves the Sign, and deals with the dramatic incidents following the sudden death of a retired British army offloer who amassed wealth in j India in a mysterious manner. The ' jewels alone that are involved are of fabulous value, and the movement of the drama is in connection with these. The other special subject is A Daughter ef Eye. This is the story of a well bred and groom ad girl -who has to disguise her good looks t© obtain a position as governess, but the main excitement is in con nection with an effective love plot. The programme, includes a number | of comedy * and topical subjects and . shpiild p'cve 1 a- jif tractive one, I - ? ' ' ' ,~ ' z '? ?

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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"Buck's" Battory. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

' sB'!l&s©k9©9r UsttcWo 'Buck' was a watchmaker, who quenched 'his thirst here until the ' dog Act' interfered with his fthief past time. 'Buck' was one of those mor-. tals who abominated dry periods, es pecially when they were imposed upon him by 'Fa' Stubbs and £. A. Wilsoa. . Wlion nrnnoriv lllllTlf.niPrl BilCk WaS fluent and boastful; when half fuM of whisky he would lordily announce that he was a Master of Arts from Dublin, and he added to his imaginary attain ments as the supply of grog within him increased. On one of his sprees, Buclc led the local Council te believe that he had forgotten more about, elec tricity than ever JSdispn knew. At about this time there was trouble at the power plant ' with- the 'storage bat . tery, and - Buck persuaded the local Aldermen that there was only one man in the. world who could put matters right; that one man was Buck him self. Finding themselves in an awk - ward position, the Council agreed to give the one and only Buck £25 ta put...

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SHEEP AT COOLGARDIE. HAMPTON PLAINS PASTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

, SHEEP AT COOLGkARDIE. HAMPTON PLAINS' PASTTJEES. It is interesting to note that two of -5ur townsmen have ventured upon an enterprise that must excite -the inter est of residents in the district, for it means bringing young 'store' sheep from the coast and fattening them in the vicinity of the town; The. enter prising pair are Messrs. C. Ferguson' and' M. L. Bead, who have secured an extended lease of the paddoeks on the Hampton Plains estate, inclusive of the dams which will give an' ample water supply/.;- They have now received about 1,000 stores, and this will be p.vaila'ble for market as soon- as th'ey t'ut on condition, that will ensure the best of mutton; -The 'first idea was to secure lambs, but the time was too short to. do that-; .so young wethers were * obtained, and, if the present venture proves successful, Messrs. Fer guson and Eeid. will launch out on aj larger scale.- The enterprise is- an in teresting one, and if the first venture comes up to expectation, vfe may h...

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THE "LIZARD'S COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

THE 'LIZARD'S COMPLAINT. The 'Lizard' went on one of his , periodical busts last week and walked into the bank at Marvel Loeh. Seeing a couch, he went to sleep on it. Con stable Donaldson awakened the sleeper and gave him a bed in the lock up. Next morning the Lizard was brought Derore xne uourt, wnen Mr. Lniaton, J.P., asked tlie prisoner if he had any , ?_ thing to say. He replied, lfWell, the ?' bedroom that. you gave me last night is very cold; perhaps you could get a stove put in.' In addition to having Buffered a cold a cold night, the Lizard was ordered to pay a iine of £2/ with 7/6 costs. ?;.'-

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CROQUET. TWO PLEASANT AFTERNOONS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

CROQUET. TWO PLEASANT AFTERN OO NS The -members of the Coolgardie Croquet Club had an enjoyable time at their'1 afternoon' last week when there was a fifteen minute-* tourna ment for Mrs Lowman's 'trophy, the.. winning pair being Mrs Mercer and Miss L. McEvoy. Afternoon tea was served . and a very enjoyabl'3 time was spent. On Wednesday last the afternoon was devoted to a send-off to Mrs C. Bryan, to whom the club presented a set of afternoon cake forks, A series of interesting sjames followed, the prizes 'being won by Mr Giles and Misses Mcillvoy and Barker. Afternoon tea was provided by the club, and all kind wishes were ex tended to Mrs Bryan.

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PROSPECTORS' ASSOCIATION. NEW BRANCH AT MENZIES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

PROSPECTOKS' ASSOCIATION. - NEW BRA2s'CH AT MENZIES. When the Leaseholders' and Pros pectors' Association - Conference was held in Coolgardie in January last, Messrs. Mullan-ey, M.L.A., and Mc Meikan attended, stating that they had. been asked ' to do so, although the Menzies' branch was, moribund, and had not met for over a year- Uiey were f accepted as. delegates, and probably no - harm was done. ~ During .the discussion of the 'agenda pape.r, Mr. McMeikan : said that when/ the old Prospectors' Association tor minated,' a sum was left in hand, and this was now about £13. To obtain this money from the bank: they would require the services- Lof-.. himseJf, Mr. M. White (president), and . Mr. W, Hill. The speaker, desired to get that .noney handed over to: the--? new -^Association. ?They would, require tit get- the signa ture of Mr. White at Lawlerfj, and he. ? believed' that ?? Mr. Hill was elsewhere in the: State. The chairman suggested .that Mr. McMeikan be authorised to' get iuto...

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KICKED ON THE KNEE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

.. KIC.Si^SrTHE KNEE. 'I was * kicked pn the knee .by ^one of my horses,' ' writes Mr. Duncan H. Stevens, South Street, Fielding, ? N.Z.f 'and am confident that but for Cham berlain 's Pain Balm I would have been unfitted' for work. I could not stand for hours, but applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm freely and after applying it once the next day was quite re stored.' Sold by G. Wilson anj W. A. Man lein, Marvel Loch. i

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AT TIMES UNCONSCIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

-AT TIMES UNC^SptbtJS.r '' I have ' been consta:atiy 'v attacked with coXie, at times being iincohseious,' 'writes Mr. Alex. J; Cresswe.Jl, .v.sjore keeper, Birr^gurra, Vic. .: M Chamber lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy gives me instant relief, .: and- I iwould not be without a bottle- in the ??-., house. I have recommended it to friends and eustomets who haA'-e.. always, -obtained the. same results as myself-r^immediate relief and cure.' ' .;..- :.- /.??/?.. Sold by G. Wilson and W. A. Man lein, Marvel Loch. , ?-:..? ?.:'? ? :. -

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YOUNG VOYAGEURS. LETTER TO HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

YOUNG VOYAGEURS. . ^LETTER TO HOME. « ' Writing - from the Arabian Sea, to his parents in Coolgardie, Norman Hogg gives a resume of the experience, up' to that stage, of himself and his brother; Jiick,, the; latter of whom has gone at his .own expense to compete at Bislev. Xorman ? relatos a pleasant excurison they had, in Ceylon, where' tlVe brothers were impressed with what was to them an entirely new condition of affairs from rickshas to 'rubber and; tea .cultivation. ? ? ??-? - -??' ?.The importunities. - of J the -Cingalee beggars made ft- great impression' :oa the youag advocates of a whit© Abb tralia, when they found ''the natives running miles after theiti for a few small coins. Says- Norman: 'They tell you all sorts of tales about being pooi and sick, and one would nee.ds be a. millionaire to give tips.-tp all who ask. -They followed, ;:W down, the street; also men with- rickshas.; It nearly drove me silly at first, ? bu£ I soon got used to ? it, ' ' ' _ -.$ ; _.;', ;-., _?...

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A Cheerful Note. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

A Cheerful Note ___________         A cheerful note so far as the mining prospects of Coolgardie are concerned, was struck at the civic reception ac- corded His Excellency the Governor last week, and no doubt more would have been made of this, but for the fact that time being limited, the   speeehes were restricted. There was, however, a distinctly agricultural tone about the proceedings, and the Premier was as bucolic as even our more dis-   tinguished visitor. Certainly, Mr. Scaddan did say that his colleague (Mr. Collier) had done wonderful work as Minister for Mines, but no evidence of this was produced so far as Cool- gardie was concerned. In fact, Mr. Collier skipped by Coolgardie himself, and sent along his secretary to act as eyes and ears for him. Was the Min- ister for Mines afraid of Cr. Faahan, president of the "Prospectors' Asso- ciation? " The Mayor pointed out that last year, the gold output...

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Marda Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

Marda Notes (From our Correspondent.) A picnic to celebrate the inaugura- tion of the newly-formed Leaseholders'   and Prospectors' Association was held at Marda last Sunday week. Almost every person in the district and all ladies except one, within 75 miles, were in attendance. The picnic was held on the newly laid-out grounds about half a mile from "The Unknown"   and which are situated amongst the very pleasant surroundings of both     most stately and shady gum, spreading quondong and pageant pine. The catering was in the hands of   Mrs. A. Allen, and it would be impos- sible to give any idea of the genuine and hearty compliment passed by all upon the splendid repasts that were provided, both at lunch and tea-time. The tables were neatly and artistically laid, and after what most of us are used to in the bush, were quite a reve- lation, and urges one to think that it is worth while making an effort to get back to c...

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SPORTING IN THE FISTIC ARENA. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913

SPORTING. ______     IN THE FISTIC ARENA. (By ''Second.")     A strange coincidence connected with the recent death of Luther McCarthy in the London, ring seems to have passed unobserved by the so-called sporting authorities on the fields and elsewhere. The sporting pages of the various papers have contained useless, and long-drawn-out condolences of the fact that the ring has been deprived of one of its most useful and greatest of white men. Since his unfortunate   death, McCarthy has been referred to as "the coming world's champion,"     but the scribblers of that galling guff, forget the existence of one or two     other white bruisers in the game at the present time, who could have set- tled Luther's hash as quick as look- ing at him — but this latter by the way. The incident we wish to refer to, is the fact that the death of McCarthy in the ring makes three of th...

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CORRESPONDENCE JUVENILE GAMBLING. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

[?] JUVENILE GAMBLING. (To the Editor.) Dear Sir,— I am pleased to note the correspondence that has appeared in your paper relative to ' Juvenile Gambling. ' } I -am sure every one must agree that mere youngsters cannot afford to indulge in such a habit, and_ that when they do so it must be at the expense of their employers, n means yielding to temptation, and that involves greater troubles for both the offenders and their parents. We all recognise that there must be some outlet for the high spirits of youth, and I would suggest that the A.N.A., the Miners' Union (which has a good worker in the cause of morality as its secretary), and other bodies combine to provide suitable entertainments for .the youngsters wiicn are otherwise tempted into devious, ways. I am sure that Lieuts. Holland and M. L. Reid, and Sergeant-Major Walsh would assist in this matter, and, if some arrange ment were made, parents and children alike would derive considerable bene fit. Tim Technical School affords ...

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BOUND THE GLOBE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

ROUND THE GLOBS. .The young American tourists, under the guidance of Major Pixiotto, are due to touch Australian soil on July 14/ that is, if they abide by the pro gramme previously formulated, and the -™nd rMt- Sevdlitz T)erfornis her task. They aro described as light-hearted,, jolly boys, the pick of the American youth, and talented to the tone of envy* They are like a travelling fam ily., and, as the young Australians ia their recent globe trot, swear' by tlu-ir ?leader, whose loc^r or word is law. They have taken Merrie England1 by Btorm, and left, in the old land, tn inerasible impression of the virile &ad. versatile youths produced in the great Eepublic of the West. A monster wel come awaits them in the metropolis, where the ever-ready and indomltible Mr. J. J. Simons has been the 'ring- leader'7 in the arrangements for a thundering warm-hearted reception, in return for the unexampled hospitality of the Americans, - on the occasion of his visit with the Australian boys...

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THE BULLFINCH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

THB BULLFINCH. Ab so many. of my readers are in terested ia the Bullfinch JbToprietary, £ offer no excuse for referring to the, shares/ especially as the report is now in the hands of' shareholders. At the end of the year Mr. Morgan, the man ager, estimated that there -were 177,310' tons of 2,0001bs. each in sight, fcf a value of £409,736. Although tho average may be less than we had ex pected, it must be mentioned that 34,306 tons on the southern series are included, and this ore goes only 27/9 per ton. Further, with Mr. Hamilton, the manager of the Great Boulder, on the spot, we can assume lhat the re sprw.« have been calculated on a con servative basis as to value. He usually keeps a pennyweight or two in hand, and in yiew of the variable value of all quartz veins, he cannot be blamed for erring, on the light side. Mr. Mor gan's report is dated January 27, and 'developments since have Quite altered the mining position. No ore has been taken into consideration below the 210ft. lev...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

I ''I-Iii?1?!'^ R:ai^f?^- R^awcJ P Ii-^iri^ OAi^iiLiJ )L3^l\mo ? I Lj t 1 hey possess a . delicious flavoif- g '' appealing to every palate. , ? I tj' . As a substitute for 'meat they supply^. i .1 every needed element. ' They are' j |j ' moit economical. ? . ? ,, I p ^^!ii£O 'Pure Foods I - I . Foods, Sauces, Relishes, Condiments* I I You /skould also try Heinz- Tomcto Ketchup, m | Tosnalc- Soup, Sweet and Soar GheHs In p£ekles9 8 | India Re^sla, Elince Meat! Evaporated Horse- fj I ' . radish. Ete.s Etc' i || All Grocers return purchase pries if they fail to please, S ^^ eSSST :7?rSiE5 caE-iSg @^5S5 »T5» SgTgE? f ,-'S gg-S5g»ga eg?SS?-- ?.v gga SSSsmssjPSiam^0 \ '' '''''* ''' ; J ? AND ? ??- ? ' Famous ThrougliouL tlie Eastern Goldfields. ! '{ Brewed and. Bottled by The Union Brewery , = KalgoorKe ' / 7 ' ' TRY A DREADNOUGHT OF UNION BEER. No other kept Latest patent glass washer installed. All best brands of liquors Bottle department ? specialty,- Everything at Kalgoorlie prices '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

TROUBLES can be CURED by SUJi I b which is not a medicine 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 oi . teething trouble by Scott's : Smalsion. For example, Mrs. i W Des Jardines wrote, 2nd j 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 j /%k now both children are putting ; :' on flesh— Thomas, nine] months, iveighs 21 lb., and \ Eva, 2\ years, 2\ stone— and , looking the picture of health. \ \ ''hey are cutting their teeth Y ,, without any trouble, and are %k-\%. as good tempered as they zvere j Av&ta3* cross before. This trademark ? ivas on tne emulsion I bought.' ?. If you wish to cure teething trouble, and' decide to buy Scott's Emulsion, decide also to GET SCOTT'S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

-?- - ';?; - - /-: ' '-'-[ -!: - '.;'-;? v^ ; - ,, ^^^-en^Gliange oE Programme Each Night ? ^^nifp^f' & ^Fiige, CYCLE and MOTOR AGENTS Bayley Street. Repairs of all kinds Promptly Executed.. Rheumatism and Indigestion v TheRotorua Cllii Ml? ' lh» Rotorua . - ^ fiegistered Patent 3306 la a saline combination containing the active laxative and curative properties of the world-famous Rotorua Springs, which are a solvent of both uric and lactic acid in the system Highly recommended for all derangements of the stomach and liver, bilious attacks, and all affections of the kidneys, In rheumstism and indigestion this natural salt — which is one of nature s great cures— should be tried even after other treatment has failed. Price 2/6, Posted 2/9 Sole Agent — ? ? Chemist, Bayley-street, Coolgardie R. S. -M athesoii, *»*??**? \ .' : ? ? . *' ' ? _„_ * McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. Personally visits Ooolgardie every. Sunday ,_ - Old Council Chamber, Opposite Denver1 City Hotel, Hour...

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Amusements King's Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

Amusements ?King's Pictures Next week's ? display of King's P-iofcurus will be a epeoilly good ens, and some very fine films will be eliown. The programme is a varied one, find the dramas are particularly \ good. - ? ' { Another good erusliing from the i old Lindeay lease lias been cleaned | up afc the State battery. ''Messrs ; Coates, Twigg, and party put through j 40 !j tons for 44oz 4dwts, an average j of'loz ldwfc 19grs.' The tributers J are on good ore now and ,can look ] torwaid to other satisfactory re-, turns. j

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STATE BATTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

STATE BATTERY. . Since operations at the State bat- I lepy commenced'' on June 14 there Imve beou nineteen- parcels treated, making in all 578 tons for 4.67ozs ''lflwfc«, an average of 16dwts 4s:rs. Tho parcels in come in will bring- the I total quantity of ore to over. 1000 1 tons.

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