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MINER ACCOUNTS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

MINER ACCOUNTS   All accounts due by me should be sent to Mr C. B. Moor or this office   and accounts due to me must be only paid to him or at this office.   A. M. McIntyre

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

Vigorous life restored by SCOTT'S Emulsion which succeeded at once after other things had failed. His mother, Mrs. E. Cross, Bray Street, Mosman, Syd- ney, N.S.W. (29th July, '10), writes that :         "Without success I tried numerous pre- parations for my son, aged 10 months. He was very ill with a severe cough, had no appetite, could not retain his food, and was so restless at night that   it was impossible for me to   sleep. After the first bottle   of Scott's Emulsion he   was decidedly better, and   now he looks quite a different     child, and sleeps and eats     well, cough quite gone and   cutting teeth without any   trouble. It is due to   Scott's Emulsion that my son's life has been saved."     The sooner Scott's Emul- sion is tried, the soo...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REMOVAL OF WORKSHOPS. COOLGARDIE VICTIMISED. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

    REMOVAL OF WORKSHOPS. COOLGARDIE VICTIMISED. As we pointed out in our last issue the removal of the workshops has been decided upon. The corres- pondence shows that the Department, having made one blunder, is perpe- trating another, on the ground that two blacks make a white. At Thurs- day night's meeting ef the municipal council correspondence on the subject was dealt with, and it looked for some time as though councillors were prepared to take their gruel without a protest. Mr McDowall's letter in- dicates he wanted the council to secure the figures be had been asked to obtain, but he did have a try for them in Parliament. Mr O. McDowall, M.L.A., wrote as follows :— " Perth, June 27, 1913,— You will see by the enclosed cutting from the ' West Australian' that I have asked certain questions re the Coolgardie workshops and stores. Can you suggest anything else, or supply any reliable figures in con- nection with the matter." The cutting is the following...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

PERSONAL Miss Maxcom, sister of Mrs. W. T.   Eddy, who visited Coolgardie some time ago, is returning to Western Aus- tralia, having retired from the Educa- tion Department of New South Wales. Referring to the departure of Miss Marcom, a Sydney paper, of a recent date, says: — 'A most pleasing cere- mony took place at the Superior Public   School, Albion-street, Sydney, on Fri- day, when Miss Morcom, of Ma :ily (?) was entertained at afternoon tea, and received many presents. Among these was one from the teachers and one from the pupils. The former presented her with a most handsome cameo bracelet, and the latter a beautiful handbag and purse. Mr. Godfrey, principal of the school, and Miss Kilminster, mistress of girls' department, spoke in most glowing terms of Miss Morcom, both as teacher and friend. She had en- deared herself to everybody who came in contact with her with her bright, cheerful, and ever obliging manner and her many other excellent qualiti...

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

  Bonnington's Irish     Moss will cure your   Cough or Cold.     When you catch cold, one way     is to pay no attention to it— at     least until it develops into bron-       chitis, pleurisy, pneumonia, or     even something more serious.     The other way is to at once take BONNINGTON'S CARRAGEEN   IRISH MOSS     It will quickly cure you, soothe     the irritation, heal the lungs, and   make them strong and healthy. Read the experience of   Mr. N. H. Litolff, of Mornington, Dunedin : —   "I desire to express my satisfaction of the qualities of Bonnington's Irish     Moss, for coughs and colds. I suffered     ...

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Prospectors Association THE COOLGARDIE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

Prospectors Association THE COOLGARDIE BRANCH.     On Friday, of last week, two impor- tant meetings were held in connection     with the Coolgardie branch of the Leaseholders' and Prospectors' Asso-   ciation of W.A. The first was held in in the Council Chambers, kindly lent for the occasion, when arrangements were made to provide the refreshments in connection with the annual euchre party and dance, which will be held in the Town Hall on the 16th inst., The greatest unanimity prevailed, and a strong executive committee was formed     comprising Mesdames Quinn, Taylor, Tindal, Johnston, Crannage, Brown and Miss Pincott. In the evening, the usual meeting of the branch was held, when a con- siderable amount of business was trans- acted. A report was received from the ladies' committee and adopted. It was decided that the following prizes should be given in connection, with the euchre party and ...

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Coolgardie Racing Club, Ltd EVENTS OF 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

Coolgardie Racing Club, Ltd   EVENTS OF 1898.   The question has been asked as to what horses filled the places when Bruce-Lowe won the Coolgardie Sum- mer Cup on, March 12, 1898. The fol- lowing is from "The Pioneer," March 19 of that year :— "Patron, Lieut.Colonel Sir Gerard Smith, K.C.M.G.; stewards, Messrs. R. B. Pell, G. H. Cooke, T. Stodart, A. G. Jenkins, J.F. Moore, Gerald Browne,   R.S. Black, Dr.Friedman; handicapper,       Mr. J. J. Wilkinson; judge, Mr. T.   Stodart; starter, Mr. Charles Sommers; clerk of course, Mr. Stock; clerk of scales, Mr. A. H. Barclay; timekeeper, Mr. R. P. Bell; honorary surgeon, Dr. Charles Hill; secretary, Mr. Morgan D 'Arcy. The Coolgardie Racing Club's Sum- mer meeting was continued and con- cluded on the local course on Saturday afternoon. The weather was fine — much better than on the first day — but the attendance showed no marked improvement on that...

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The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1913 USE OF SALT WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1913 . . . . USE OF SALT WATEB . . . . It is gratifying to note that our motherly contemporary the "Kal- goorlie Miner," has temporarily, at least, relinquished its bib and tucker stage in connection with the affairs of the nation, or, in other words, has be- come less solicitous in nursing Federal politicians, who are the owners of notorious Collingwood properties. In turning to matters of local importance, our contemporary has paid us a com- pliment by reproducing arguments we have used time upon time. We thank the ''Kalgoorlie Miner" for having come to our assistance on the "use of salt water question," and its support is excellent proof that our advocacy has been making itself felt. At the same time, we have to recognise that, so far as the goldfields are concerned, we have a by no means friendly ad- ministration in power. It is un- friendly to the mining industry on two grounds — personal antagonism in one quarter, and ind...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

'LINSEED COMPOUND' f 0 1^ 20i;ghs and colds. Of proven eflcLene; g'- for chest complaints. ^ PUBLIO^SoTIOE! ? CREDITORS, ' next of Kin and al jfc others having claims against the'ostat '§;' of the undermentiondd 1 person ar I'-'' hereby required to senj^ in particular -x'' thereof to the Executor^ the SandiH^j |.- and Northern District Trustees, 'Exacu/;- tors arid Agiency Company, Limito.l, 0;' View-street, Bendigo, Victoria, on 0 . before the 9th day of AUGUST, 191c ' otherwise they may be excluded whe: the assets of th,s Estate are being I lit tributed. . Name,. JOHN LONSDA^L.^ Residence, formerly, of Golden Sqniiro Bendigo, but late of Claremont, Vves ,„ Australia.- Occupation, Mining Manfc^ ager. Date of Death, 1st Februar^ 1913,:.\;:; . ;^/, ; ::..:? ??? I Dated this -30th day of June, 1913. | JAMES; P. B. MeQUIE, | ? '' Manager. | NEW & SECONBHANB -'MINING MACHINERY. -; ' OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. —? ' *~ V ? ? ' ? ' h^ f|ii him III « 111 11 mil 1 in tiii_j fe** ****: v '...

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WEIGHT OF LOADS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

WEIGHT OF LOADS. In last issue), in our report of a .meet ing of the Prospectors' arid Lease-, holders' Association, we had the fol lowing: — 'Mr. Hansen submitted fig ures showing how prospectors lose on tailings through the 'light weight' system prevailing1 at the local State battery. The matter was left in abey ance pending further investigation, but Mr. Hansen is not sending another par cel for this run of the battery, al-. though he has 60 tons of good ortj broken. A reduction of 3%cwt. . on evfery 28%cwt. means too big a loss when th,ei i&nds are worth well over an ounce.' Since then, Mr. Hansen has come} ' forward and stated that he had made a mistake, and asked, us to rectify his error. This we do in justice to Mr. Moves, the battery manager, who ap preciates Mr. Hansen !b manly acknow ledgement of his mistake.

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THE PROSPERITY LEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

THE PROSPERITY LEASE. This lease, formerly known as Lind say's, and now held by Harry Cook and son, is always a centre of interest, and if arrangements can be made f or placing a modern treatment plant on it, an impetus should be given to min ing on this end of the field. The area is a4 acres, and outsiaa tne boundaries are some rich patches, but the holdings are. mostly; big low grade lories. Lind say's is a .network; of big lodes and quartz reefs, the lodes being, intersec ted by quartz leaders, some of which are rich. All round the rise on which the main workings are, rich alluvial has been worked, and a few days ago a dryblower obtained a 7'dwt. piece. Of late, the tributers have Jiad returns averaging from nearly tfdwts. to over an ounce, and if the whole of the big lode showing in the opien cut was bulked and treated on the spot it would pay handsomely. Very little wajs ever done below 100ft., but in the main | shaft at 125ft. a big highly mineralised.;, sulphide lode was stru...

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MINING NOTES NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

'?' MINING NOTES ? ? NEWS AND NOTES. 'Put riot your faith in princes, ' sai'th the . Scripture, but vre know that the word of a State .Government has ^something like weight in mining cir cles. It is gratifying, therefore, to learn on good authority that Sir Harry Barrou; as the result of his visit to this town, expressed great faith in the future of Coolgardie, and made the statement that its big lodes are bound to bring the old place to the front again. A good word from such a quarter helps to cheer, us up, and. we need it at a tinie when Ministers are despoiling us. The system- under which the accumu lated slimos at the State batteries are disposed of is open to criticism. At Coolgardie thei slimes were /sold to men who won gold ta the value of the pur chase price during the first month's operations. The State would not erect a -treatment plant Here, but sent one away out to Linden. Why do these irregularities occur? During recent years, when' so .much attention 'hari bieen called...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

; ..i .i. ? ..—si PRIVATE BOARD AND RESIDENCE Or Board Only Apply— Mrs. Sparks/ Sylvester-street, Coolgardie . 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 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 ?u,™^,, tt-;-i.c,4- HoDnnrl frnYi 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, j i'oi 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 will fol low the Second Class Plate, and be 'third'...

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Another Wail from Mac. To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

Another Wail |roni Mao. ? _ To the Editor Sir,— Do you ever intend to stop misrepresenting me? In yonr issue of 5th inst. you state, ' vh- .MuIJowsillV letter indicates he \v;t i.td the connc-ii to secure the ngim\s he ha, 1 been asked to obtain.1' -Viti-c t,f my Questions in Parliament was given and my letter to the council was written before the council asked me to obtain any figures. The facts are. as follows : — Parliani nt met on the 26th June, and at tJbe first opportu nity I gave notice of my questions, and they were published in the ' West Australian'' of the 27th June. At. 5,15 p.m. on the 27th June I received a letter from the council j asking me to try and obtain certain « information from the Minister for Works. By this you will. see- that when 1 received -this 'letter Parlia ment had been adjourned, and, there--, fore, had I not asked my questions ?' of my own initiative T would have been too late. You quoted my letter . which distinctly sta ed thst' I had asked certain...

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The State Battery. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

Thfc State Battery. The State battery began its present run on June 14, and it is estimated that quite 1000 tons will be put through ersnotwith stand that several . lease holders are keeping back big parcels until the reductions come into : force cm September 1. Th.ei following. parcels have been treated to date;— « P.A. 886 (T. Hanbury).— 23% tons, 5ozs.' 14dwts. / ' The Proprietary (Livic and party) ,~ : 49 tons for Sozs. Wdwts. . \ Prosperity Tribute (Lindsay) — Wil- liams and party — 43 ^j tons for 18ozs. 16dwts. P.A. 915 (H. Eriftor).— 17ozs. 7dwtff. The Benjamin George (Hansen).— ? 98% tons for 244ozs lodwts. P.A. 895 (W. B2rasher).—17% tons for 11 oz. lOdwts. Block 59, Hampton Plains (Bonney and Langheim). — 53% tons for 19ozs. j. Suwts. ' . . 1 Redemption Tribute (J. Beat). — 9% 4 tons for 12ozs. 17dwls. P.A. 911 (A. T. Williams) .—15 tons P.A.^779 (O. Moran).— 29^ tons for 4ozs. lldwt^ Prosperity Tribute (Twigg and party). — 40% tons for 44ozs. 4dwts. King Solomon (A. Comer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

. ? ? 7 Old 'Established Butchers, BAYLEY STREET. - , . BEST BSEF AND MUTTON IN TOWN. - __? _ . TELEPHONE 25. ? „ TREKAMAST &TREVETT. Only the Primest Stocked. '' Give us a Tri'al. ' Telephone, 8. ' ' ,.'- ? ', - faster Roberts, For DAIRy PR0DUCE ' Now Laid Eggs. '^Baat Butler, etc, Ererytning of the Primest Quality. CUSTOMERS WAITED ON DAILY. ,\- *~r~————~ / '' WT 'PT-nXTli/F/r^^TT^ OU'E SILBEBT & SHARP), . J. itlUjaLlVlUJMli BAYLEY-ST., UOOLGARDIE. ???'.. FirateMr, ?-...... , ? ^ - ? i . ' ? We Only Stock Prime Goods. No Rtibbish. Country Ordert Promptly Attended to, m ? Special Reduction for Quantity. 'Phoxe 94. ? - .;- ? J. O. ; 'BRIGFGS,. '''-— Tobacconist and Hairdresser, COOLGARDIE. Best Brands of Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes, and All Smokers' Requisites Always On Hand. Own Mixture a Specialty. Try Our ' Oceolo'' Shampoo — 30 shampoos for Is. 6d. Best on the Market. ALHAMBEA CAFE. ;; .^air&ck Street, Perth* M de PEDIIO, Proprietor. Known from Port He...

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Juvenile Gambling To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

Juvenile Gambling To the Editor Sir, — With reference to your cor respondent's (' Nut-cracker') 'letter it would appear that because he ha9 notse^u gambling practised by youths in this town I must be incorrect in my statement. The mention by him of a certain constable's name does not confirm his statement, unless the said constable advised him. t© use it in such a manner, and I am satisfied that he would not make such a state* ; ment, particelarly when other me m- ' bers of the force, unfortunately, could ; confirm my statement as to the above evil existing in' our midst. ' The ser- ! geant of police has tried to prevent . this evil practice, as well as one of oui' magistrates, and I trust others will assist them. I have no desire to mention names or injure . anyone, but I do .wish to give warning to those who permit this evil to be practised on their, premises. . It is quite possible that your correspondent refers to' the two houses previously mentioned where gambling is not permit...

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Burbanks Return. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

1 Burbanks Return. The tributers at the Burbanks Birthday name last month crushed 860 tons for 398ozs, lSdvvts, average 9dwts 6,5grs. At .the Main Lode 2005 tons -were crushed during the month for a yield of 863ozs Odwts 6grs, and 1298 tons of tailings were cyanided for 276ozs 5dwts, making a total yield ot 1239ozs odwts 6grs, valued at £3388. The expenditure amounted to £4117, in clusive of £1230 for development,

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