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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

      ___________________                       BLACK BROS.,           Old Established Butchers,   BAYLEY STREET.   ___________________               BEST BEEF AND MUTTON IN TOWN. TELEPHONE 25.         Gee Whiz ! Something for Nothing !   WILL give away, Absolutely Free to the       Winner of their FREE GUESSING     COMPETITION (closing 28th March), a   brand New £15 15s. Singer Sewing       Machine. Every purchaser of 2s. worth , of Drapery or Bo...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Great Victoria Deal. THE GREAT VICTORIA DEAL IS THREE A MYSTERY? WHAT IS THE GAME? [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

The Great Victoria Deal. THE GREAT VICTORIA DEAL. IS THERE A MYSTERY? WHAT IS THE GAME? There is a good of mystery     about the alleged turning down of the Great Victoria by Dick Hamilton. As a matter of fact, he has not actually   notified the owners, and although the statement that the deal was off has ap- peared in print he has neither con-     firmed nor contradicted it, nor has - the "Kalgoorlie Miner '' which is his official organ, officially announced that   the option is off. "The Sunday Times" gave the only intimation, so far as we   know, from an original source, and   that was to the effect that it was un- derstood that Mr. Hamilton had aban- doned the idea of taking the mine. That statement came from Mr. S. Yeo who secured the option in the first   place.     But, as we say, the. owners have not   yet received writte...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE MATING OF LYDIA A Notable Novel by an Astralian Atheress. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

THE MATING LYDIA     A Notable.Novel by an Australian     Authoress.           It will be news to many of our readers to learn that Mrs. Humphry Ward, the noted authoress, is an Aus-   tralan by birth. She was born in Hobart, Tasmania, in 1851, and was the eldest daughter of Thomas Arrold,   son of the famous Doctor Arnold of Rugby. Mrs. Humphry Ward's newest novel is entitled "The Mating of Lydia," and has begun to run serially in, the Febrary issue of "Everybody's Jour- nal" now before us. It is fitting that this notable story by an Australian authoress should appear exclusively in so popular an Australian woman's magazine as "Everybody's Journal." In beautiful Cumberland—that land of ballads and romance— Mrs. Ward has created Lydia Penfold, the glori- ous heroine of "The Mating of Lydi." Living in the mountains— among the bcauties of Natur...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 March 1913

Burbanks Store. -. (ESTABLISHED1S38) ' I Wea3ranouLtii,^a!ad 'Crixfiace,1 Proprietors. - 1 '' . (GENERAL STOHE KEEPERS & DKAL'EKS) ? 'If ? _._ ? - - m The Largest Stocks in the Distriut Our Prices are Bedrock, §1 Customers Waited on for Orders., /xYoodliise Trade a Speciality, . * fe AGENTS, FOR THE ' COOLGAUDIE MINEIl.' ' f£ »tii m, i 1 ? i ...._...?? ? _ j li|||f 0* 7' in* j^ Coolgardie Meat ?Supply.) ^^S^A ? ' . TRENA&IAN & TBEVETT. |^ ;, Only 'the Primest Stocked. ,- r ? Give us a Trial. &^ ? §2 Telephone, 8. p , ? ^ ? | ? l & GLOBE HOTEL, BA™ STEEETfcooLSAM)i;, ' I -„ ' _ ? -? ? * . 'pp ? - , W. J. REYNOLDS/ Proprietor. 0 The House where Miners meet. V ' COOLEST BEE It in Town. mi M 1 TELEPHONE 70. (Connected with Kalgoorlie, Boulder, and Norseman). ^ — ? . ? : ? _ ___ ? : ? . ? . ^ |J V-AT TT^TT DRAPER and' CLOTHIER,' ' ' |% V -L^JUcJ'-LLJXli, \- BAYLET STJREBT. COOLGA1U.1B. &. Second Great Genuine Clearing Sale 1* ? 'f FOR MARCH...

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The New Judges. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 March 1913

The' New Judges. i As wast to tie expecteu, tne i'.ypcmt lnen-b oi new i-iign Court J udges oy me Lroveinment nas been very jealously scrutinised, it is now being' po.i'ied out tnat both iVLr. Power and ivii-. i'ad dmgeon nave taiien a more or le.is ac tivti pcii-L ixi i^aooi1 politics in m-j , ubi, I cixbiiuu^xx, ox xatc yvo.xst lutiy nu\-j not been juiuon iu. puuixo vieA. u.ov'uvur, tuts pxuoiice — or cue ooiucide i-.'. j — ox, i si^obxxx^ xor JUugtiSJips; gu-jLiiCxuexi i \iuuj-o ^/OiiLics nupA,oxic;u to a.^i'-'«j wxm ' t'liOfavi' Oi txlC bOlOObOx'S, IS -Jjy JxO 1H1111B connned to yi-auor' Oovoriii-ie as. On general principles a man t-' ^^iLticb;1 so long as ne obsurvbs curiexii .. .uans 1 oi nioixeiacidn, ougnt-noc to v LZt as a bar to his pieitsriuent. ^vwv-maii, Yvorixxy oi ine naiut, mubi xiave toitio ^ylxb^Lcli Vxtvvb, ii.xi.ijf bt) xOi/g Hi} jti . ycjj xxl/l, uL.u.aij iiyyxubS^Oxl ciiOcO Ol -viicx ofalxv,j.b, xio la yuxm (iUbltua bO x»oxu. '~a.v»x\j jaox'xyUli Xb tuO OujCutl...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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BATING APPEALS. REDUCTIONS ALLOWED. EX-COUNCILLOR "WINS.' [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 March 1913

EATING APPEALS. I . SEDUCTIONS ALLOWED. I EX-COUNCILLOR WINS.' | At the last Coolgardie lievision , ouuri, tne Ouuheil reiused to. lritmod tx±e VdlUiAbXUXljS on JJxUjjeXLXeS ,\V.UXOXX I cixu fcxtxier owxica oy 0^-uoaiiOxixux a.t. Jjiixxowo or ifej.;rcScxxtea- uy xx\xn us u.gcxLb. x\j.x'. iJiuiuxa a^pcaioii axxU ljx^, ^u.o'0 vicixxic Ui/iUic bixo uoCtix Vjou.il/ yjx -rXUiiUd-J. . XU.X', O.' j:i. VjkJXCXli^Xl, iJ)(JI -'x-1 J. . KJ JJCtl iof lue Uj^jjtexxaxlb. j-vlr. Xiixxxurta bLabua xxc juaa ci^^cticu r ag^xxiutj bxxe xabxixg uxx iiOtS -±4 mm ±x^t ; uii. bixe gxouxia bxictb tliii xcilLal tixxa \axu atjuxl .wcxe xxuo Cuiiaxoicxlb. -uot -xi \v.i& let hi u/u a.Wfcoxi. u.u.a a vuxuutioxi ox x,xz a yuiir ixuu uetxi pat uA il/ wx;ile i^o t, xi^t, let at 7/u j^cr \v«^ wctsi aaiav=o&v;a at 3*xo j^-jr axixiuxii. xxo - was tiguxit jlox- me o .Vnui - uAu cisacu iui a X0U.UOUI0XI oxi juol ii to &xx} axia. oxl 'J-iot ±xzi to iia. \ -? '5 ? isxx: uxjpa explained 'tntiL in c...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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BURBANKS MAIN LODE. REPORT FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 March 1913

.BUSBANKS MAIN LODE. ' JtiE.fUj.tT FUR Jb'JSUftUAJiy. attain bhait ^main haulage winze); No. b Level. — Development work was at a standstill at this 'level 'during the month, tp allow tne leading stope to be taken' off and the level timbered. | , Stopes. ' ' IVo. 1 north, reel Id inches wide, as- ' saying lOdwts. per ton. -, ! No. 2 north, reef 18 inches wide, as- ' saying 12dwts. per ton. - No. 7 Level— Stopes. - , No. 3 north, reef 24in. wide, assay- - ing 15dwts. per ton. No. 4 north, reef 15 inches wide, as saying 9dwts. per ton. 1 No. 6 south, reef ICin. wide, assay- ' ?ing 4^dwts. per ton. , , j No. 7 south, reef lOin. -wide, assay ing 8dwts. per ton. No. 8 south, reef 3 inches wide, as saying 2dwts per ton. No. 6 Level.— Main south, drive ex- I tended 48ft., total 705ft.' ' Also strip- j ped the wall for a considerable dis- j tance. Prom 657 to 668ft., the level was in formation; assaying ldwt. per ton. At 669ft, and up to the present face the ' drive has been passing ' throu...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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MINING. BOUND ABOUT LINDSAY'S. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 March 1913

MINING. . BOUND ABOUT LINDSAY'S. At Lindsay's mine, more recently the ^umns' uiuss, mobb ox tne woik of iai.e yeais nas ueun uone uy mbuiei's, tliliO UJJ.LJ.1 JL6 VV^S buia CO, ctUOUJ.011 it X'JVV \V«-v;ji.i3 ttgvJ. OUijuci 1/J.aixB ' jjllUi.' 10 Wilt ,-i.a.a. AA.aj.iy \jOo±-l. Oubaiuuu 1-ii6 IOaUcI LUaC ctiiU CUUJLL i.C-jJo0g^U lillti gXCai/ttX ^.o^kj-ujj. Ox bile g^uiiJLLu.; ana Sxxxoc cjxoXI U.' XlAxgOl' ixU**J.|JV/X (JJL LxxfjULOXb iiX C! XX \J W Oiu^iu^ oa oxx ocioy toxixjLo, &.u.u. txie/ iix'e gi/uciuijji acxtxaixcu. vvxbxi bxxoxx j^xoojjCLCa. ^i.UJoxiXiXig; a jjaxty OX- oJbxxiCbb lilexl, W±j.O Xictvt! i/tvu WOxxU.xiy /ilexiXD^xa, peg g^O d, bxldxi^Uial' pxtioc Ox. gl'OUxlU tl» v,;xixcxx tiicy.. xxcive novv aua(;d jjoruoxi ox iixy. oxa jL.xxxuBu,y s pxojjuxty, xxoc mciuu (su. in \juoo. a ica.be. 'j.xixs Jiiio now yxvcix ixiuxxx a, yoou ulooxi, axiU oil it d ! ^-'M.V11*1* Mai:i Uu-i4J- J-oaAu. xl loo^s pio- i xixicxxigj, l uu.i iiH real v-a,l(uu oainiOL ue- rJu^6ca xox ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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CRICKET. COOLGARDIE V. KALGOORLIE FOOTBALLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 March 1913

? - -' ' CEIOKET. .' ' H ? * ? . v. i m COOLGARDIE V. KALGOOBLJE B ?PQOTBALLEBS. M The importance of new blood is scrv« pn ing to put the Coolgardie cricket .'oam fe on- a milch stronger footing, and in an- % - other week there should be a very & strong combination. Tt is not oxnjctod %? that the club will rise to. the standard %{ ?of some ten or twelve years ago, but §£ tueie are now a number of busmen |p -wJiO-e'duH. take their places in anr p- State cricket. Jackson will be .-.aek fV shortly, and his strength lies ia tho ^: tf act that he is not only a' Wing fj* batsman, but a goou bowier as v. elf. ^ The recent additions to the team are K Pustkuchan, of the W.A. Bank ; Tardif , & ' of the ]STew South. Wales Ean\, :,nd %sc Jack Tomassini, who played with L^ Bounievale when there was a, /ood {' team out there. The first mentioned is K a forcing batsman who hits cleau and |- hard, and his 63 on Sunday contained :£; three sixes and eigllc fourers; but the veteran Bil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 March 1913

Jim Elliott '.''?? Proprietor. . — k— — Bulk and Bottled. Obtainable Everywhere McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. . ' ? * .isiis %-rfOuigarui& jcvsry ounciciy* i . Old Council Chamber, Opposite Denver City Hotel, Hours 10 a. m, to 4.45 p.m Don't Take Me Home ! , — ** ? ? Take me to .'? ??'?'. CeciFs Arcade, Opposite Law Courts, ? ' ' Wb«rsi ?Q'j c-^a got tb= !f»te=' ir. V,cl,;r,i-- ''V.'-.V- ' ; * - ^^^'^^^If^k Large assortment of Men's Women's and -,?-??- . Y||^--l§||^ Children's Boots and rihoes,' ,' ^^^s^ Bayley Street ' .^^ COOLGKRDIE' DAIRY i^%^-}. . '?'.'? MOJNlAAA. \£&?'&i U~'~'^ ''' '^ **? Burke - S - Proprietor — rsp-f^^fe. Purs Mile Delivered Twice Daily , ^ Cream and Dairy Butter . ^, ; , Public Notice. AJ. SEAGrRIM notifies the Public that he meets all trains, and carries e every class of goods, furniture, etc. His coach runs to Bnrbanks twice daily, leaving Coolgardie at' 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. and leaves Burbanks at 11.15 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. W T # ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 March 1913

OHAiELES B. MOOE, incorporated Accountant Fire, Accident, and Life Assurances Effected. Quotations given for all classes of mining machinery. ' .? ' Address— West Australian Bank Chambers, Coolgardie ? Dairy. Produce Merchant, Commission and Indent Agent WOODWARD STBEET Local agent fotf James Gillespie, Ltd, Millers, Northam, JRobur Tea Go, ' London and Liverpool and Globe Insurance Go, Stocks of Butter, Bacon, and Cheese Sugar and Kerosene always on -hand / '.Famous Throughout the Eastern Goldfields. ??{ -\ Brewed and Bottled by The' Union Brewery * Kalgoorlie

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 March 1913

I $3. €B 'WATT M iTi'fiOilJ Hannan Strset ' All Old Coo^garrlie and Kalgoorlie Friends Welcomed. , Only Best Brands Stocked. , Miss E. Brien - - - Proprietress ' . - AUSTRALIA ? HOTEL - - jjj osil-t-,Fosi. Office. Cailos Spt-elii] l-u k Ws isk;-.' SpU-n-nfi A e rum ???da ion. (??li-ar-l K- m H- d uir-'Uiio.. He-;, on rli Fields \ Po[/U a House wifli Vi-,tO-s. R /Ni'sb-t .-.' - -. '?? ?proprietor ? ? DENVER . CITY' HOTEL, -coolgahdie '-' K LOVVM.-iN ' -? - ?I'.ypii.fc ? Close to Eaii-.vay Station, Mii--iri|»al GiU'dens ahfl B-'hHh& Gi-i»ii i - , - r -si ^ BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS. — . '' /ALL DRINKS 'A RJS~THE- COOLEST ? , ? .__ ? ' ? ? ? - / ? - ? , FOR A COOL SCHOONER -OK UNION ALE. - ' ? .' * ? ALL BEST BRANDS. , ' ' ? Bottle Department a Specialty'. Everything at. Kalgoorlie Prices, IELEPH0NHM8. ? , ,' J.. P. MARTIN, Proprietor. ' Grand Bar Hotel. ? ' ' ' . ; Bay ley St., Coolgardie. First-class Accommodation. Only the Beat of Ales ami Wines Stocked. -EXCFLLENT TABLE. G.TOM...

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Coolgardie Rifle Club Annual Smoke Social. And Distribution of Prizes The Club's Splendid Record. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 March 1913

Coolgardie Rifle Club Annual Smoke, Social. ?? And Dibtiibuti-.u of Prizes The Club's -p n -i ' E conl. i he a ima1 amok s -ui'»l afi-i distr' '- l ii ot ..? z-ts ii'i owiniec'i :u who i- . .,#i- lit- iilil iJiUb, 'id':ll- bU ve i- io- ki. tl ii Co get di* hi) urn. wi;io!i .o, k p.ucjc lii ib , tioya dLaii ou \\ ed M'SU-iy \\t-s no -i xuep. io:. u lij*1 i nje, lu fdi'D, ii whs '!?« --!' the -u s' bu.i- ..si ill. di.d i fleo eel' ihe j, oaie-l c- ed't- n Mi oeo-g ihe d.\ aiid bio fcisD-'r as v\- Ii at- i Uwcse who as ?5..-kU iljeiu. i he ha.l,- iisn.il \ bar* '\-is.eco at' cl ^i.u flriga an c;')or d ?ir^'NieJK, jj-;i plcX'ttci niioi ned In- t-i'ge ajil tiie tablr s. wt-re reapieu»;iju:- uuli ^ia&s aii-J local flu^eici, f 1^ Juljg ' ana one CioSs b. ad i.-»bl-v ffrf *v^ ? ? ii fc j,.iU &om;WLieie ov*'V luO wan ptvseut . The preaidfut of liit- club (M--. ii. JS, ! Wihiaiiis) \%ho haa ace pitu oiliie for ; Oiiioibci' )tar pi elided did haa On his ? right Mr C. McUowmII, ...

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APPLICATION 892. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 March 1913

APPLICATION 892. William Barker, ironmonger, ,iaid he was me noniev oi a, miiicr's xxgm. ^roauced.. Jie 'was me oujecior to «Joi'ueLi-'s apjjncai/ioii aiio. 'wab u.l-l-ij- ing j.ur auuui sj-v tioius oi iuc si-x^^ giOLlilU.. XIAO illbo Lu.iu.O iiO iJ^oto'^ ttL^ W-ib JJUbUOvx OH L«JO U.CLUU.UJL ^'-jj. J-^-^ iBi*.. . ' UH- icj-laautXOU Oil x'coiuui; iJJL. j.'- gOL a, lOijai oi fei.iixcii.uer 10 ^^-t iioJi0u Uj liixc ^jxvJvjLyuci OvviioiS Oi. Lixo x -?^-. DCi; bciib u. iiinii Oul/ to jLLia^o u.^am^»j iliCI iVli. j_LaiiboiJL bt; lit iiliix a. luiui 0-- ' suireiiaer. xie xuceivea; luau uu xol». iJ7, and lougtsd , late suircuUer iub .xoi Lowing (lay ai, aooui. J^.oo. , ixd re , eeiveu lue iuarjxiiig out,' nolj.ee xio^ tiie uiiaing- iegj.SLiit'r. jxe LLieii 'vvc^i, to tue oiiice, iiiiea in tue luarii-iug ou.u, aoiice auii weat suai^iir out to «biiv groaiid on his jjiuyuie. Uti saw nan seii'±-ros. oa cue aujoiiiiiig ieafae, anu Jihe;two oi tiiem witnessed ins iuaiii. -f^T0lit' J116 Borrowed ...

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CHAMPIONSHIP SINGLES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 March 1913

CHAMPIONSHIP SINGLES. The first roatches in connection with the Goldfields ChompionpJiip Singles were p'ayed in Kalgoorlie on Saturday, last, when L. Mortimer was the Cool gardie representative. Owen Tievett should have gone ns the local ?winner of champion honors, but he conld not get a\yay, Mortimer first' met Cox,- the Ka! .ffOorlie representative, and defealed him by- 21 to 16, and that ;shonld have been sufficient for one day.' Id any case it seemed strange that the winner should have to meet Stubbs, the Boulder man right away, especially as Mortimer is lame from an injury he received to his foot some time ago. The. game against Stubbs was a severe one, as the Boulder representa tive started out with a lead of 13 to nil. Mortimer then got going and scored 17 to his opponent's 8. the final beh)#. Stubbs, 21, Mortimer 17. A. number of bowling competitions were launched for this season, and these ?have been added to since* Several of these are now in the balance, but it is hard to...

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The Warden's Cout. (Before Warden P. Troy.), AN INTERESTING CASE. THE WARDEN COMMENTS ON EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 March 1913

The Warden's C011 t. ? v (Before Warden i'. Troy.), AN INTEKEioXJ-rt (* CASE. THE WAliD£)x\ COMMENTS ON - . JUVlDiliiNLiJBi. In the Cooigardie Warden's Court on i.VLonuay tnere was a long sitting in connection wick an apj.iuoau.on xor -f.-a.. ieaaes btio and bt/a, tne ajjjjii cams Having put 111 cross ODjeonous. ?* W. ±-ai\i£.er applied. ior.Jt-.ijL. WA, and. Xneouore Coioett ±6r.'±*.ii'.. bya. Mr. jet. fcj. Williams (Jxeenan and 'fi haiiuaii;- appeared, ior UoiDetx; and. 'Mr.' ±& jf. U'.Dea \xvaigooilie^ lor ????Jtsarji.er. \-- it was aeeiueu to taite doui cases to- -J. gotuer, ana in remarking, on sue- -ques- tion ox procfceuuie tne. vvaruen uiougnt ue ajjjjiicau.ya should prove tlie jj«g- - % jrneodore OorbgrgiL was put m tue ?witness box andT^Pproduced. miner's .rignt 1N0. ±43,843 dated X''eDruary 28 o± tins year, lie said tiie .ground was zy-i miles soutH of Uooigardie and soutii-west 01 the ? Benjamin ueorge li.M.-U iNo. 4M4. On jb'euruary 2s, lie-- \ tooK possession b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 March 1913

BLACK BROS., Old Established- Butchers, BAYLEY STREET. BEST BEEF AND MUTTON IN TOWN. TELEPHONE' 25. Gee Whiz ! Something for Nothing ! The T.T.A. Coy. Will give away, Absolutely Free to the   winner of their FREE -GUESSING COMPETITION (closing 28th March), a brand New £15 15s. Singer Sewing Machine. Every purchaser of 2s. worth of Drapery or Boots gets a Guessing 'Ticket. Full particulars in our Cool- gardie Shop Windows. Square Dinkum.               And Don't Forget that our Prices are the CHEAPEST in   COOLGARDIE.           _______________________________________                     .J. C. BBIGGS,   Tobacconist and Hairdresser, COOLGARDIE.   &am...

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Correspondence A Gardens Nuisance To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 March 1913

Correspondence A Gardens Nuisance To the Editor. Sir — Whilst passing through the gardens to-day I noticed a man in a ''stagnant" condition, evidently full of beer. The worst part of the affair was several little girls of tender age; en- route from school for dinner, congre- gated .This, I think, in future, re- quires attention before anything seri- ous may occur. I would warn moth-   ers to be careful and urge that strict j- supervision by the police be made. A   warning in time by the writer may   not be out of place.   I am,etc,       A Ratepayer. Coolgardie, March 14 ============================== King's Pictures, — An excellent programme of scenic, dramatic, and humorous films will furnish entertainment in connection with King's Pictures on Tuesday evening. On Thursday next Mr. Murray will screen the great " star" picture "The Money   lenders." This film is 3,500 feet in leng...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 March 1913

ITEMS OF INTEREST     A Brilliant Meteor. — It has been re- ported to this office that shortly after midnight on Sunday last, a brilliant meteor was seen in the eastern sky and was observed for several seconds travelling low down. It appeared of considerable size, and is said to so illuminated Bayley-street that one could read by it, if desirous of doing so at that late hour. A Local Bankruptcy. — In connection with the bankruptcy of Steve Time- well, formerly of the Westral Hotel, and the Burbanks Hotel, it is stated by his friends that the estate will pay over 30/- in the £, and that Mr. Time- well may now return at any time. It is reported also that when last heard from he had just become an inmate of the Adelaide Hospital, and if he is still detained there his friends sym- pathise with him. He suffered severely from rheumatism and was laid up with this crippling complaint in Melbourne   after leaving this State.   &nbsp...

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Burbanks Requests Swimming Bath Grant [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 March 1913

Burbanks Requests   Swimming Bath Grant Mr O. McDowall, MLA, has received from the Under -Treasurer which con- tains the following in reference to a grant towards providing swimming   baths at Burbanks— "I beg to inform you that the Deputy Colonial Treasur-   er has auhorised an expenditure of £l for every £1 collected locally up to £40, and on receipt of the neces- sary list showing the subscriptions the amouut will be paid to your satis- faction.           The baths will cost £80 so that the Treasury is providing half the amount.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
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