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

!\-| It is strictly pure and possesses the Iwl . ^?j highest degree of rich tomato flavor. wt& JpJI Lends savor to either hot or cold Xoj || jl meats, fish, and game. B m I4i| Eetoz AmericaE Table Delicacies ml ^'1 Foods,- Sauces, Relishes, Condiments. rj! ^j^ You should also try Heinz Baked Beans, Ppo .^?^ Tometo Soup, Svreet and Sour Gherkin . s$!l§ y -| Pickics, India Relish, Tomato Chutney, MM: ^?'^ Evaporated Horse-radish, Etc., Etc. * ^\^ = '^ 5 All grocers return purchase price if they fail to please. I ^ union. ' Bulk B©©r, ? ? . Famous Throughout the Eastern Goldfields. ? Brewed and Bottled by The Union Brewery - Kalgooi^e Ik CREMORNE HOTEL, COOLfl ARDI^' TRY A DREADNOUGHT OF UNION BEER. No other kept Latest patent glass-washer installed. All best brands of liquors Bottle department a specialty, Everything at Kalgoorlie prices - Telephene 1 6 - : J. p. Martin, Proprietor ^tJSTJR.uAJLiA.- HOTEL ^ Opposite Post Office. Catto s Special Bulk Whisky. Splendid Accommodati...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

[?] 1 Thursdays, Only Complete Change oE Programme Each Night. Murray & Bridge, CYCLE and MOTOR AGENT? -' Bayley Street. Repairs of all kinds Promptly Executed. - Rheumatism! and 'Indigestion ' - The Rotorua EMU h^t ^ The Rotorua Salts nn JOl lllLriCy . Salts .Registered Patent 3306 ? ' If 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 Bystem Highly recommended for all derangements of the stomacn. and liver, bilious attacks, and all affections of the kidneys, t In rheumatism and indigestion this natural salt— which is one of natures great cures_should be tried evon after other treatment has failed. Price 2/6, Posted 2/9 _ . Sole Agent — Chemist, Bayley-street, Coolgardie McKenzie'a Buildings, Kalgoorlie. Personally visits Coolgardie eyery Sunday, , -'.' ? Old Council Chamber, Opposite Denver City Hotel-, Hours 10 a. m, to 5.80 p.m Don't Take Me Homer Take...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

''?S^pp^ sjx HAN LEY and 1#M ^^ - ; (SUCCESSORS TO BUTCHER fe UHR, Ltd.), ^ Premier Butchers.- } Wiiblesale and Retail ' Carls Call Anywhere and Everf- | ' where. 'Phone 82, Coolgardie. % ' OUE MOTTO-HigteQualifcy, Lowest Prices. | Having iMtalted an «p-to.dalc Refrigerating Plant, we are prepared to aceept for £ Stoiage any J-enahable Produce. Lowest Rates on Application. ? %. ?- -LOCAL PEODUCI8, 1 '''''. \ ' ^ND AS W ? , . :GOPD 'AS THE BEST. I 0. VINCENT, - V. CUNNINGHAM, L. BRUTON I Managing Director. Brewer. - Secretary. ~ ': The Comiuerclal Oaioii Issoraijce t% Ui ' UNDEETAKES L Fire, EmpSoyers* indemnity, and Liv© Stock Risked % - LOWEST' RATES. - ? ' ' C, VINCENT, Sole Agent, - Yictoria Ifotel - - - Coolgardie. ' ;. ? : L. BEUTON . : : :;};/ ^ '- ? ..?? ^ ...??*... (Secretary of Lion Brewery), has taken this beautifully appointed ' Hous« over en his own account from the ist February. / The supervision of Ihe^Oommissariat section is in the hands of Mrs A. * Bmfcon, who was fo...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

If EMS. OF INTEREST The Balkans' Kilkenuys. — The fact that the powers have declined to inter fere between the fighting ''allies' re minds one of the Kilkenny eats. In fact, the powers have tied together the , tails of the 'scrapping' States, slung j them across^ a line, and told them to fight to a finish. In time, there' may. be a few. tails left for the onlookers to gather up. Ka.lv.ay Workshops. — It is now rumo-ed that even the railway work shops ate to be removed from Cool gardie, but so far wo have no real confirmation of this. At the same time' we must not be too late again in making inquiries through all the Parliamentary representatives of the district. Benefit Football Match— The fol lowing team will represent Coolgard ie in the b.enefit match to be played on the local ground .to morrow, (Sun-, ^ay) against Trafalgar' — Maguiro, Kuhlmann, P. Lancaster F... Jones' Fysche, Duvino Er.-.kme,, Orawley, Penglase,' Larcqmbiy Smith, Can-, flickey, Ma. lio, O'Lcjary, Slight, Hearne...

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

...» — 'LINSEED OOM^OUNl).' The 'Stockport Eemedy' for Coughs and Colds. VO£ 40 gears' proven efficiency.

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

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

/'*i''''''''''''.''r ? ' ' — ~'*\ SIi^^B'|iLls [ . V ..-'??.? - -. ... ? J -imn ' -J ' ''' ? i' i i »M i ? — ' — '''?* ?n *- ^ i An ltdi i^, ba*- Miicr b]h ad unhealthy appearaice, thsti rhed sl^^j^ AH the f -*-e nn -nr°- k otis of Dc/ema This s -1 di-cicp oi the blool aifectrng the slviu, and requires a double treat ment. For the s' n, i sc I e-^ona lightly, apphirg softij lit' tioai^'il), and wasUing it off in the m 1 i il, wi^h Tarm water It speed ly r^di-if* t e i lfuai tnatiou of the skin, an i render ?, it healt iy and cool ^lth a f cl uj? of At 1 fitful rehei fiom the lo -g eiidi ied i^on At tke s_me time , u ^ ' e loc 1 v ith lejyulir d^ccs cf T i c f m c ! llK ^vliicb el v n ite the oibons ' cdlIi ?J«-:cd the disease and at the ba^e tiia^. build up and stien^theu the s-cteijLi Rexona ^r the skuj -. ad I ixo Tonic Pills for V ' blood will al^ajs cm the worst cases of Ecc^a v'uch hate defied every other treats ent Rexona is a reliable rcuiec'v Zov Cute, Burns, Bcuiecb, Eczema...

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"PUTTING THE BOOT IN." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

' PUTTING THE BOOT IN.' ; A peculiar assault case, in which ?the accused was evidently the victim, came before . the Coolgardie bench ^yesterday, when the parties concerned were from the wood sidings x-n the Norseman line. A man was accused of assault by catching a woman by the wrists and ' saying something insulting1.' at an eatine house where he had been taken for a ' cup of tea. The evidence, for the prosecution was .conflicting^ and one of the com plainant's witnesses stated he had 'put the boot into' the defendant after 'another had knocked him ssnseiess. Tbere was some talk,, then, of ail adjournment to issue cross summonses, but the magistrates .decided to dismiss the case.

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

The State Battsry Returns Dykes Junction (Griffiths and Party 35 tons for 32ozs lOdwts, 'average 18 d'wfes, 17gra PA 881 (Alford and Party) 15£ .tons for 49. ozs 8dwts, average 3ozs 4dwts, 19grs - - PA 851 (J. Taylor) 41 tons foi-17 ozs Udwts, average lldwts 9grs ? - GM lease The Fenian (Fitzgrerald aud Party) 20 tons for 14ozs 2dwts, average 14dwts 2grs C. 'Mitchell (Indicator) 16| tons for 38ozs 16dwts L. Martin (alluvial) 38| tons for 4ozs ldwt'8 » ? ? PA 912 (Ggilvie) 21^ tons for 3ozs 16dwts

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CROQUET. Compliment to Mrs. Monaghan. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

CROQUET, : Compliment to Mrs. Monaghan. The committee of the -'! 'ol^a-'li,-! : Croquet Club held an f.i'evnopn nji .! Wednesday last, when a .co'isi-J-MMb!-* ' portion of the time was devoted to the entertainment of Mis^ No rah Monaghan and her young friends, Lhis means of. paying a compUmanfc adopted on account of the ex- mayoress having made a useful presentation to the club in the form of a set of croquet balls. The following com petitions for adults were contested and won as -indicated: — Addition and subtraction, Mrs Jones; clock golf, Mrs Giles ; bell in hoop, Mrs Mercer ; croquet shot. Mr Giles. j Children's games followed and - e-'| sulte.d as follows : — Addition aor]J subtraction, Jeiti Barker : clock goif, Pattie Mitchell ; do., second prize, Jack Whjtaker. Afternoon tea was served and a pleasant time was sp-^nt by a large number of ladies and their young guests. Players from the Kalgoorlie club will visit the local lawn to-day,'when a series of matches will be played.. ...

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Our Eastern Letter. Sydney, June 24th, 1913. How Much? [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

Our Eastern Letter. Sydney, June 24th, 1913. How Much? .   "I sympathise, five shillings, friend. How much does htee sympathise?" said a Quaker spectator 'among the     crowd which had gathered round a case of distress. There are'numbers of   sympathisers with "the relators '' who     have just lost the case about Govern- ment House. They are unanimously of opinion that an appeal ought to be made to the Privy Council. But this   ''inherent right of every Briton'' can-     not be exercised without a big expendi- ture. Where is the money to come from? If the wealthy members of the   movement will only follow the example of some patriotic working men, who are undertaking to subscribe a shilling a week each till the case is finally de- cided, there will be no lack of funds. Sir Joseph Caruthers who, as an ex- Premier, may be considered to know what he is talk...

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Paying the Piper. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

Paying the Piper.   The aftermath of the recent in-   creases of wages, and shortening of   working hours, which have been grant- ed in the railway service, is now com- ing forward to harvest. It is very gratifying to think that our railway   servants are so much better off than the majority of those who find the money to pay them. But the luxury is costly. In this case, it has cost nearly half a million per annum, and further concessions, which may cost another half million, are spoken of. .Already the surplus from the railways, which was so welcome to hard-pressed Treasurers, has vanished and, under   present conditions, the outlook is for a heavy deficit on the next year's working. Under, these circumstances, there is no alternative but either to     recall the advances— which, of course, is unthinkable — or else to increase     fares and freights, which, not so lo...

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The Country Party. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

The Country Party.       The newly-forme "Country party" is getting some hard knocks from both gides. Liberal newspapers solemnly   warn their readers that it is carrying its political propaganda too far, in ven- turing to run its own candidates. Mr, Trefle, the "Labor" Minister for Agri- culture, also denounces, it. "If the Tory Party were in power," he de- clares, "there would be no cry for a third party." This is a very valuable admission from an influential quarter, because, when there is no cry for a third party, it is a pretty good indica- tion that there is contentment and sat- isfaction. On the other hand the decla- ration is discounted by the fact that every one who opposes one's own pet brand of innovation, no matter how rash and dangerous it may be, becomes necessarily a "Tory'"to the innovator   he opposes. But this by the way. The real truth of the matter is that any thing like independence is incompa- tib...

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The By-Election. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

The By-Election Although it would be unseemly to in-   trude party strife in connection with such an event, it has, nevertheless, a political aspect which cannot be ig- nored. There is a vacancy in the Wol- londilly electorate, and the question is, who is to fill it. The seat is looked upon as a certainty for a Liberal. Mr. McCourt's tenure has hardly been threatened since he was first returned in 1882. The name and the boundaries of the electorate have been changed, but he has represented virtually the same district since the date named. At the last election Mr. Fern, a "Labor" candidate, polled 1841 votes against 3,349 recorded to Mr. McCourt. Mr. Fuller, the defeated candidate of Illa- warra, is spoken of as a likely candi- date for the selection, and it would   not be easy to find a more suitable man to carry the party colors. But there are other aspirants, and as some changes have been effected in the con- stitution of the electorate, the result may no...

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Mr. McCourt. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

Mr. McCourt       "The distinguished patient went   under an operation for an internal   complaint, and is now progressing fa- vorably!" Then, a day or two later,     "The funeral will take place tomor- row." How often have we been greeted of late witb this ghastly se- quence of events? One of the last to join the sad procession is Mr. McCourt, the popular and genial ex-Speaker of the Legislative Assembly. Leading men of both sides in politics have borne unstinted testimony to the good qualities of the departed member. Both in his private capacity as a mem- ber of society, and in his public ca- pacity as an honored representative of the people, and one who administered the difficult office of Speaker with rare tact and fairness, he evoked en- comiums which show that he was a man who could ill be spared. His obsequies were attended by the State Premier, the Leader of the Opposition and many lea...

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Preferential Voting. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

Preferential Voting. Under these humiliating conditions, it is not surprising that there is a very general outcry for preferential voting, which would enable the electors to re- cord their suffrages in such a manner that each party would get a fair show. It would be an immense improvement on the present system, and it is to be hoped that it will be carried into effect. It has been in operation in Tas- mania for some time, and has proved to be quite workable. Nevertheless, as long the members of any party are content to sacrifice their own personal judgment and conscience in order to se- cure solidarity, proportional voting it- self, will not be able to keep them in check. A majority of the "Solid" party, illegitimately wielding the "power'' of the whole body, will still be able to carry the measures which it has adopt- ed in secret conclave, though the actual dissidents in the House may outnumber the"contents. " It is a crime when       &am...

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"THAT STRANGER." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

"THAT STRANGER."     I'll have a beer, the stranger cried, Said the barman, right you are, And drew a pint with a foaming head For the swell who stood by the bar. I'll have a beer, again he said, And the barman blandly smiled,   As again he filled, quite free from dread, The pot for the bloke well tiled.   I'll have a beer, once more was heard In the bar where that stranger   stood,   And back to the pump, no wise per- turbed, Strode the barman, kind and good. I'll just have another, and this makes four,   And down his neck ran the beer, And thanks for letting me run up a score, Quoth that stranger, and fled like a deer.             Then up got the barman, brave and strong,   And after the stranger he hied, His feelings so hurt at the cruel wrong, That running he well nigh cried. The race was swift, they...

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

THB WEATHER. The following notes on the weather   for the week ending Wednesday, July 2, have been supplied us by the Gov-   ernment Meteorologist: — The past week opened with good general rain over the whole South Western division, and light falls on the Coolgardie and parts ot the Mur- chison goldfields. The following day the disturbance was seen to have pass- ed to the head of the Bight, the rain contracting to the South coast, where light falls were registered between Al- bany and Eucla. On Saturday morning Eucla recorded a further seven points, this being the only precipitation noted. The influence of a new depression was first felt that afternoon, and when Monday's reports came to hand it was   seen that another general fall had oc- curred over the South-West. In coastal areas a number of stations exceeded 100 points, the maximum, 192 points,   being measured at Jarrahdale No. 6 mill. In the far eastern agricultural areas and...

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Notification to Employees. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

Notifications to Employees.   We do not know whether this will be Mr Johnson's only reply to the     Coolgardie public meeting of protest, but information his reached this office, that all the employees of the   water supply and public workshops and stores have been notified to look for residences in Kalgoorlie. This looks like rushing things before the opposition to removal gains greater     strength.

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A MINISTER'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913

A MINISTER'S VIEWS.     The Colonial Secretary (Mr. J. M. Drew) passed through Coolgardie on   Tuesday and was met at the station by Cr. Faahan. Mr. Drew then went on to Norseman by train, and there a       motor car awaited him for the Esper- ance trip. Cr. Faahan spoke to Mr. Drew about the workshops' removal,     and enlisted his support on behalf of Coolgardie's protest. The Colonial Secretary expressed sympathy with Coolgardie, and promised to speak to   Mr. Johnson regarding the removal proposal.    

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