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THE BLACK COUNTESS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913
'THE BLACK COUNTESS &nbsp; This picture is of great length and &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; its production cost the proprietors some thousands of pounds. It has been produced on a most elaborate scale and the dressing and staging is said to be most appropriate in every detail. &nbsp;
THE LATE ROBERT WALKER. A PRIVATE FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913
THE LATE ROBERT WALKER. A PRIVATE FUNERAL. &nbsp; On Wednesday afternoon the re- &nbsp; mains of our late townsman Robert &nbsp; Walker, J.P., were laid to rest in the &nbsp; Presbyterian portion of the Cool- &nbsp; &nbsp; gardie Cemetery. By his latest wishes there were no flowers nor &nbsp; regalia but large numbers of Free- &nbsp; &nbsp; masons, members of the bowling &nbsp; club, and the general public joined the cortege. Mr. Walker, who came to Coolgardie some 17 years ago, was for some time a member of the &nbsp; municipal council, but latterly had not taken part in public affairs, he being of a retiring disposition. He was long a member of the Masonic order, and was our leading bowler, and one who particularly endeared himself to new players. Sometime ago Mr Walker and his sons took up &nbsp; land in the South-west, and the deceased was made a justice of the peace for the Wagin mag...
Amusements King's Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913
Amusements &nbsp; &nbsp; King's Pictures &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Next week's display of King's &nbsp; Pictures will be a specially good one and some very fine films will be &nbsp; &nbsp; shown. The programme is a varied one and the dramas are particularly good. &nbsp; &nbsp;
44 St. George's Terrace, Perth. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913
44 St. George's Terrace, Perth. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; (To the Editor.) Sir, — In your issue of the 28th ult., under the heading of "Removal of Workshops," you state that '"a hur- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ried committee meeting of the Council was called for Thursday to consider a communication that had been received &nbsp; from Mr. C. McDowall, M.L.A., rela- tive to the rumored removal of the workshops and stores to Kalgoorlie." You mention many matters contained in the letter and state: — "Mr. Mc- Dowall appears to regard it as definite that we will be despoiled, although the Minister has not yet finally announced his final determination." Surely this is plain enough and conveyed my opinion that the workshops, etc., would be removed. The language in my let- ter is: — "I think you can safely con- clude that he (Mr. Johnson) has made up his mind to remove them." Not withstanding this very emphatic state- ment, at the conclusion of you...
"WHO HEADS THE 'COOLGARDIE MINER." (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913
"WHO READS THE ' COOLGARDIE MINER'. '' (To the Editor.) &nbsp; &nbsp; Sir,— In, your "Notes on Events" in your issue of the 28th ult., I observe you quote me as having said in a "scoffing" manner, "Who reads the ' Coolgardie Miner. ' '' The statement is absolutely untrue. As you are aware, when I have a sale which fits in with the publication of your paper, I always advertise in it, and, if I though it was not read by anybody, I would not waste money on it. How ever, as you have used quotation marks, I presume you will have no objection to inform me where you took the quotation from. I cannot find it in any report. — Yours, etc., C. McDOWALL. Perth, July 7. [We thank Mr. McDowall for his public recognition of our influence, and regret that journalistic etiquette prevents our divulging the names of our informants. There are a few official reports regarding committee meetings which are not reported, so &nbsp; that we are unable to say where our " quotation " ca...
Correspondence NOT POLITICAL. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913
Correspondence NOT POLITICAL. _____ &nbsp; &nbsp; (To the Editor.) Dear Sir,— I wish to congratulate you on the good work your paper is doing in the interests of Coolgardie; also to congratulate the gentlemen who spoke to the resolution at last night's meet- ing in the Council Chambers. I do not include Mr. Levy, who made the one party political speech, and neither kept to one resolution nor the truth, in trying to make the meeting believe &nbsp; that all good things came from the Liberals and nothing from the Labor Party. He went so far as to say that the grant received by the Council last year was given by the Wilson Govern- ment. Now, Mr. Levy must know that the Wilson Government was out of office long before that, and that it was Mr. Scaddan who granted Mayor Mona- ghan the £100 quoted by him;— Yours, etc WORKER. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Cooigardie, July 8, 1913. &nbsp; &nbsp;
The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1913 REMOVAL OF WORKSHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913
The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1913 REMOVAL OF WORKSHOPS. Coolgardie is not a town of orators. &nbsp; Its hard-headed citizens, as a rule, set all grammatieal laws at defiance; but they have a virile way of expressing their indignation when injustice is at- tempted. So it was with the public &nbsp; meeting on Monday night to protest against the removal of the Water Sup- ply and Public Works workshops and stores from the present commodious &nbsp; and convenient site to some recently, or about-to-be-acquired site in Kal- goorlie, which has been in the posses- sion of some person or persons un- known. This is not a case of Minis- ter having grabbed desert lands with a view of selling them to their own &nbsp; administration for State cattle sta- &nbsp; tions; but it is one that affects Cool- gardie closely, and the pity is that, outside a couple of the speakers, the real issue at stake was not recognised. There were sever...
REMOVAL OF WORKSHOPS. MEETING OF PROTEST. A GLEAN OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913
REMOVAL OF WORKSHOPS. MEETING OF PROTEST. &nbsp; A GLEAN OF HOPE. &nbsp; An important meeting of citizens was held in the Council Chambers on &nbsp; Monday evening, when Mr. J. W. Kir- wan, M.L.C, was present, and the Mayor (Mr. D. McPherson) presided. The meeting was called to protest &nbsp; against the removal of the workshops, &nbsp; and was a tardy recognition of the warnings that have been given in this paper, almost since its inauguration, and by, at least, two members of the Council, who, like the "Coolgardie &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Miner," objected to "dilly-dallying" until the evil deed was done. The Mayor, in a few introductory remarks, referred to the injustice that was being done to the old town, and &nbsp; pointed out its gold industry was again on the up grade. The yield had increased, and there were indications that any services now taken away &nbsp; would have to be returned i...
Sporting. IN THE FISTIC ARENA. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913
Sporting. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; IN THE FISTIC ARENA, _________ (By " Second." ) &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The " Referee 's " special commis- &nbsp; &nbsp; sioner in America comments on the tragic death of Luther McCarthy in the London ring. According to the jury at the inquest (he says), death was caused" by a subluxation of the fourth cervical vertebrae." and while all were wondering what this meant, a message came to hand over the tele- graph wires which said:— "It was not heart trouble, but fracture of the spine that caused McCarthy's death." Death &nbsp; was actually due to hemorrhage of the brain caused by the spinal fracture. Mr. Haughton proceeds to detail how those in attendance deny that McCarthy received a fearful smash, only a few light blows being exchanged. Mc- &nbsp; Carthy is said to have left 15,000 dol- &nbsp; lars, mostly reaped in connection with &nbsp; the foo...
FOOTBALL. LAST SUNDAY'S MATCH. BURBANKS DEFEAT BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913
FOOTBALL &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; LAST SUNDAY'S MATCH. &nbsp; &nbsp; BURBANKS DEFEAT BRIGADE. These teams met on the Burbanks &nbsp; ground last Sunday, when a strong wind was blowing nearly across the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ground, but slightly favoring the Cool- gardie goal, considerably interfering with the play. This ground is a very small one, and the result was that the ball waa frequently carried out of &nbsp; &nbsp; bounds. The small playing space was &nbsp; &nbsp; also against the fast men in the Bri- gade team, who were soon hemmed in &nbsp; by their slick opponents. The Fire Brigade team contained the four emer- gency lads, whilst, Burbanks were with- out the services of McFayden (gone &nbsp; &nbsp; away, and forgot to leave-his address), &nbsp; &nbsp; and Buck Learmouth, who has an in- &...
THE COOLGARDIE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913
THE COOLGARDIE CLUB. An adjourned meeting of this club was held atthe Exchange Hotel last Saturday evening, the president (Mr. Gus Langheim) in the chair. It was reported that the old min- &nbsp; utes had not been obtained, and that &nbsp; no one appeared to know what had be- come of the books. The late secretary had handed them over to some one, but none of those present knew where they were. The acting secretary (Mr. Pearee) reported that since the previous Wed- nesday he had collected £3/8/, including one guinea from Mr. Geo. Sheedy for a trophy. The report was adopted on the motion of Mr. Connell, seconded &nbsp; by Mr. W. Jones, and Mr. Pearce was complimented on the good work done. On the motion of Mr. Linkson, sec- onded by Mr. Connell, Mr. Jas. Mc- Guire was unanimously elected secre- tary of the club. On the motion of Mr. W. Jones, sec- onded by Mr. Connell, Mr. Pearce was appointed assistant secretary. Both secretaries returned thanks, and pre- dict...
Prospectors' Association; EUCHRE AND DANCING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913
Prospectors' Association : __________ &nbsp; &nbsp; EUCHRE AND DANCING. The various committees in connec- tion with the annual euchre partya nd dance of the Prospectors' and Lease- &nbsp; holders' Association to be held in the &nbsp; Town Hall, on the 16th inst., have &nbsp; been working hard. In addition to the &nbsp; euchre tournament, for which there &nbsp; will be four trophies, and the general dancing, there will be two waltzing &nbsp; competitions, one open and the other for the, "old buffers." In connection with these there will be six trophies, and three or four, additional prizes &nbsp; will be awarded in connection with &nbsp; novelty and other contests, chiefly ar- ranged by the ladies. So far, the fol- &nbsp; lowing have donated trophies : — Bren- nan Bros., J. C. McKay, Transport Trading Co., Lion Brewery, Hanley and Quilty; T. Davison, J. Briggs, J. Cecil, &nbsp; J.T. Giles,...
"The Money Motor." PENNIES FOR THE CHILDREN. PHILANTHROPIST'S IDENTITY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 July 1913
"The Money Motor." PENNIES FOR THE CHILDREN. &nbsp; PHILANTHROPIST 'S IDENTITY. &nbsp; The Sydney "Sun" of June 7 con- tained the following relative to the discoverer of Morton's Reward mine in this State:— "It is Sunday afternoon about 3.30. Harris-street, Pyrmont, is lined, prac- &nbsp; &nbsp; tically from end to end, with children aged from four and five up to 13 years &nbsp; —perhaps 3000 altogether. There are boys with clean faces and brushed hair, clad in new suits. Other children are &nbsp; well-dressed, but not well-washed. &nbsp; Others again are neither well-dressed &nbsp; nor well-washed. &nbsp; &nbsp; It is an animated scene. The boys &nbsp; and girls are laughing and joking &nbsp; amongst themselves, and the mums &nbsp; and dads are looking on from the door- &nbsp; &nbsp; steps and balconies. But every now and &nbsp; then the heads of the young...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913
- NEW & SECONDHAND -.MINING ?MACHINERY. - OF, EVERY DESCRIPTION. PLANTS RECENTLY SUPPLIED TO— , '''*:? — Bullfinch Proprietary Mine. Corinthian North Mine. Edna May Mine Mt Gormalong Mioe, Leonpra. Kyarra Gold Mine. Royal Standard Gold Mine. Great Victorious Mine, Ora Banda, Eto9 Etc. GASH OR TERMS. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. Th- f estralian Machinery Corporatio»^ Ltd, . BOULDER ROAD, KALGOORLIE. A HINTTQ MINERS, Wlien your good lady is cutting your crib, just make sure she;is using H SYDNEY' BR;AND OF MEATS, EOR ' * -vTJ^SY A8lp- THE BEST. — FBOCURE FROM YOUR STOREKEEPER. GTjOBT3 HOTETj bayley street, AY/ J. .-REYNOLDS, Proprietor. The House where Miners meet1. , -COOLEST, BEER in Town. TELBPHOHB 70. (Connectcd.with Kaigoorlie, BouMcr, anrl Norseman). ? T inn Tfni;^] RKNOU nnrt SYLVESTER STREETS, OOOLGARDIB Bes.t Brands. only of, T/fcinea,' 'Alas nnd Spirits. ALL DRINKS COOL. GOOD ACCOMMODATION. MRS 'KENG (late of Menzios and Larerton), Proprietresg. \7 k'T lU'TT , DIlArER av,...
WESTON. THE EDNA MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913
^-.WE&TON. THE EDNA MAY. The Edna May should soon- .'become a big producer. After a short, spas modic run 680 tony were milled' for; 712ozs. of bullion. This was from amalgamation alone, and also over new plates. The manager (Mr. M. Wil n«Tii-ri will find it difficult to keep the yield down to the ounce par ion, un less he puts a lot of mullock thr6ugh, or locates! ore of a lower grade than any opened up to date. Wow that the mill has. started, it will be interesting ' to watch and see which .of the three men who made prediction about the reserves above the 75ft. level copies nearest to their estimates, m January last Mr. A. M. Mclntyre published an artkle in our columns m which1; he said that he., believed that there was £200.000 worth of reserves. A little later Mr. A. E., Morgans reported to the company that the ore in sight con tained gold to the value of £64,000. Later,' the manager officially reported -that !fche re^ervos contained £80,000 worth of bullion, and that th...
DEBATED AT BULLFINCH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913
- DEBATED AT BULLFINCH. ?- ? They were -all gathered round- the table at Miles/ ^Bullfineh Hote- on- Mon- day evening. They were merry,. very nxerry, f orr the beer tapped had. been flowing with a free and unrestricted ! stream, durinsr the evening. They were ready for an argument .on the flimsiest .pretension-,-*, and when the. speeches ye^-re-fl round to .Yi.lgarn pioneers; that started them. Pioneers always, did, and always . will, constitute a good topic- for argument on- ..convivial, even ings ; such : as we write. The . debate was long; the debate .'was. .interesting; the .debate wias amusing; but most amusing of all the debate was earnest. Joe Bailey commandeered the floor, and gave the speeeh of the night. Had ' we expected it we might have engaged a member of tho 'Hansard^ staff to record- every. ? .utterance, even to the j frequent - y*. hies '.'?'? that -? punctuated, hie 1 effort. Joe claimed to. be., the pioneer who blazed the track to Bullfinch (murmurs of dissent). He...