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Early Pioneers. MR. PHIL SAUNDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

Early Pi@srso©rs0 ME. PHIL SAUNDERS. (By 'Bushman.') One of the oldest and most interest ing pioneers in W.A, is Phil Saunders. Phil visited this field in the early days, consequently k& is not unknown to many residents of Yilgara, and a brief account of his pioneering work will ba of interest to many o£ ottr readers. | As far back aa 1864 Phil, with a mate, 1 was prospecting a bit of country sort-h I of the town of Ro.ekhampton, Cjueena- i land. Finding nothing payable, they I decided to strike out west to the | IMchhardt Ranges, which are situated I in the extreme west of Queensland;! but after a few days' travelling, the inhospitable nature of the country, to gether with ; thte stupendous . task be fore them, completely disheartened his I mate, and he- returned to tho. starting point. Nothing daunted, Phil, on his? ' ' lonesome,-' ' pushed on . through' hun- 1 dvo.ds of mile? of country, peopled by I the most bloodthirsty niggers to be I found in this Continent. When . he...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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PACKET REGULATIONS. Commercial Papers. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

PACKET REGULATIONS, Commercial Papers. Commercial papers include all papers and documenta^ not wholly, printed,^ which have' not the character of dental correspondence, such as accounts, in voices, receipts, bankers' packets (con taining cheques, etc), bank pass bojks,- ieh^e forms; (bound iii books), drafts, files of. official papers, insurance uocu m^nts^, legal' documents, manuscript, ?'notices of meetings, rate notices, scrip, plans and specifications. .:- TJp to olbs. in Weight. JP6r Delivery.:— . . 1/ Within the. Comgionw.ealth end New Zealand, for every 2oVs; or *jae itioi v thereof j Id. ????-?.-- ! ?'??'£:. In all other places, not exceeA ing 2qzs., 3d.; 4oeb.- 3^d;« 6d^ 4d.J -jl'oza.-; ;;4%a.j lOozs., 5d.-J3ach:additLiial 2pz^. or fraction thereof, Id. , ?-Money orders ane issued and ngo tiabie in almost every country -n. the world, and that is the best and easiest way of sending small remittances 1 y. post.- The commission is:~For ' offices oftne Commonwealth, 6d. for ?vr...

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POSTAL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

POSTAL HINTSc ,? Within the Commonwealth of Asa ?taliaf:— - ' . ' ? ! '? ! Letter Cards— -Single, one penny, each. Beply.— One penny each half. 'cj.V'cst Cards. — Single, one penny eaih. Keply — one penDy each half. 1 Newspapers. — As at present. . Australian Newspapers.— One half j psnixy foj every ..ten ounces or part of ten ounces (each newspaper). Printed Papers (as prescribed ^^-'?One halt penny per two ounces or part ©f two ounces. To Oversea Dominions, all British Colonies and Protectorates (excepting New Hebrides): — Letters. — Oise penny per half ounce. All articles sent by r popfc that are valuable or that may require to be traced should be registered. For short messages or trade orders uso post cards j you will find them con venient and ehesp. Late Fee on Lettero. — Within tho Uommonwealtfl, Id. eachj beyond the domiaonwealth, a single rate of post' found out, and your friend will have to pay double for his papers. In deal ing with the post office, as in all ochor dealing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

WEf^T -AUSTRALIA'S MAMI^O3a& STORES. ' Remnants- !' ' -Remiaaiats !??????; _; ;&epjbLan^a - ? 'AND MANUFAOTUBSES3 SAMPLES I OWING to the increase in our business, and the enormotfi stock we now cai;ry in oar New Mammoth Stores, we are' this mr enabled to offer an Imnjense Range ot Rpinnants in Every , Department, These will be absolutely offered at ^ HALF THE; MARKED PRICES. We are^ ;al.so offering an EXCE^TIQK^ AND M0S3T; ENTICING LOT OF MANUFACTURERS' SAMPLES. Count?y clients will Beenre Jfche: gatne Tedr.ctionV by fonvarding their Mail Orders 'Early. ;: THE UNIVERSli; PROVIDERS, ^ ? Wellington ;§iid;;Miipay Streets, Perth. ,,

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IT WORKED WONDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

IT WORKED WONDERS. 'While ploughing I was seized with'; :nfluen2a,' writes Mr. M. J. MeAvady,\. 'Oiuira,- %3,. 'I went. to. bed and; waa. so ill -next day that I called- in ^'tlta;-. doctor. He prescribod fo? me, buj . ;liis, medicine did no good. ,A. .friend; te-, commended me to try ChamberlAtri %. Cough Eeciedy, and I did. It.^drked; wonders- 'and -I was able to resume- n?.v.:; ploughing in a few days. --*-: V ;; .f... Sold by G. Wilson, Southern Cress, and W. A. Manlefn, M&?y#Sfl-$a: ^,\

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

p. , ; ' . , , ...... -.....-.?. ? fi 33L A'.CK jBAiQb *9 Old Established : Butchers., . BAYLEY STREET. BEST, BEEF AND MUTTON IN TOWN. % . ' : .. \ ^TELEPHONE 25. ? :; - . TRBNAMAN & TEBVETT. Only the Primest Slocked. Give us a Trial. Telephone, 8. '? ? T@ter Roberts, For DAIRY WP0E New Laid Bggs. Best Butter, etc, Everytning of the Primest Quality, CUSTOMERS WAITED ON DAILY. : -m. J, RIC3HMQND [L^g^o=k . We Only Stock Prime Goods. #0 Rubbish. Country Ordert Promptly Attended to. Special Reduction for Quantity. 'Pho'ke 94. ? ^ . Oa BSIGGS:, ? '../:?? Tobacconist and Hairdpesser, 'V COOLGARDIE. Best Brands of Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes, and. All Smokers' Requisites .: '.'??'? Always On Hand. Own Mixture a . Specialty. Try Our ' Oceolo' Shampoo— 80 shampoos for la. 6d. Best on the Market. ALHAMBRA CAFE. .barrack Street, Perth- ? Mde PEDRO, Proprietor. Known from Port Hedland to the Leeuwin. The Alhambra Underground Bars are the Coolest and Most Comfortable Resort. All Beer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

BONNINGTON'S IRISH MOSS. .With the winter months come coughs and colds, bronchitis, in$tt©a2S, and asfcbiaa. Grown-ups and eMldzes are alike affected, but either may get equal

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Coolgardie Racing Club, Ltd THE SEPTEMBER PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

Coolgardi© Racing Ciub, Ltd THE BM'TBMBEE PKOGEAMME. This will be the' 18th annual Cup meeting of' the club, and will be held cri Wednesday and Saturday, Sc£-t. 10 auc'1 13. There will be substantial strikes, the total amount authorised be- * iiv''i!'i-u ro.vs. The programme i'or the first clay will comprise the Bur tnrks First, Second and Third Class J ?-:.:;?.?-,; -i handicap of which 230 sovs. !?} d- lotted. Of this amount, the First 1 CJasd i-iate, six furlongs, will receive j 80 sovs; 15 sovs. and 5 sovs. to go out 01 LI;o :;irT:e for the placed Lorses. !'':?- il.^j .Vueond Class Plafce, similar uificuvia -all be allotted, and this '..-..ill ,-will also be over six i'urlonga. „ 'j lit Ttiirvl -Class Plate, six furlongs, , io- or 'iu sovs, and the second and third v horses will receive 10 sovs. and 5 sovs respectively out of the stake. The Coolgardie Handicap, which Avill fol low the Second Class Plate, and be third' event on the card, is of 200 sovs. j 40 sovs. and 15 sovs. jou...

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COMET OPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

COMET; OPTION, , The ; Marvel ; ; L'peh ' G.M. ? Co. \- milled 190 tons'frorn the Comet for 1/6'ozs. of. bullion-; '-the',' sand's 'assay 41/{-dwts. This .parcel.'. was T. won as follows:— 90 tons from . new' . r.e?f 'running south from junction' at 150ft. level.- The ore in the face is now '7ft.: wide and not yen; assayed; the other 100 tons was from extension of eatno level north. No o?e has been stppsd, and only develop ment- o?e has been milled.

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GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

G£HEBAL^ IIFPI1MAT10H. Poppy-seed will yield more than naif its own weight in oil. The skin of a horse is valuable for both cloves and siloes. ^. . The- giraffe has a tongue nearly nineteen inches lor.g. ' ' The 'llaoris of Kew - Zealand own about 10,000,000 acres. - .i, ? _. ? jj^ ? ' The Crystal -iY.kve roof coni.iiir.5 fourteen, acres of ghiss. One-thiid of tho earth is controlled by the Anglo-Saxoni race. The railways of the world carry over '40,000,000 passengers weekly. ' ? *- ? The engine of- an express train uses.- about ten gallons of water a mile;'''' ? ' ' -$, ? Great Britain has diplomatic repiv sentativesin about sfifty foreign coun tries.' ? . ? 4. ? London, in. monetary value, is worth two and a half times' asvmuch as P.afis. Fully one-third of the female popu lation '' of Franco are labourers on farms. ',- ' ' ' ? -Ir ? There- -is a population of 22,^00 children in the hospitals and wo^ houses of London. * - , - . ' ? = — ;t. ? Intemperance annually causes fhr 0 .hun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

[?] * Only Complete Change o£ Programme Each Night. Murray &' Bridge, CYCLE and MOTOR AGENTS Bay ley Street. Repairs of all kinds Promptly Executed. '.Rheumatism and Indigestion The_Rotorua EM^RA^' 1 he Rotorua — Salts hh lLlWHlLlri© Salts . '. .Registered Patent 3306 Is 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 stomacn and liver, bilious attacks, and all affections of the kidneys, , la rheumstism and indigestion this natural salt— which is one of nature s great cures— should ba tried even after other treatment has failed. Price 2/6. Posted 2/9 Sole Agent — Chemist, Bayley-street, Coolgardie . Re So MathesouL9 rds:wa McKenzie's. Buildings, Kalgoorlie. ? Personally visits Goolgardie eyery Sunday, . , .. ' Old Council Chamber, Opposite Denver* City Hotel, Hours 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m-. ' . 'Don't Take ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

Mpliflii% /ryx HAIVLbY and : . m^^J% '^^ ? fill! I TV ^SUCCESSORS TO BOTCHER fe'UflR, Ltd.), '' ; ' Premier SJiitdiers. ? Wholesale 'and -fietail. Carts Call. Any where and Every where. ''Phone 82, Coolgardie. .OUR MOTTO— Highest Quality, Lowest Prices. Having Installed an up-to-date Refrigerating Plant, we arc prepared to accept for Storage any l'enshable Produce. Lowesh Rates on -Application.'' ? :. ;L(X)i£L PiiODUCTS, '.? '- ?- '?,','''' *' - — ? ': ' / ; ' . .' AND AS ' * G;OOD' JfcS THE BEST. [?] a VINCENT;- P.; CUNNINGHAM, L. BRUTON Managing^ JDirectdr.; '; '' Brewer. Secretary. The Coioiercial 0nioij IssHraijce Coy,, Ltd. UNDERTAKES. Fire, Employers9 Indemnify, arac8 Live Stock Risks. — LOWEST RATES. - C, VINCENT, Sole Agent. Victoria flotel -'-?? / Coolgardie, I .-'?;£.? BBUTON / I '?? *?? '??? ' i (Secrefary'of Lion' Brewery), has taken this beanlifnllj; appointed £ Houso.over on his own account from the 1st February. K , ? _?' *' g The supervision of .lhe';C6raraissaiiat s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

'LINSEED COMPOUND' for coughs _ad colds. Loosens ghlegin, al Jayja irritation* ____„_ _ ?_ _ ?!'.__*

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SERMON. OUR LIFE AND HIS LOVE. V. God The Father. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

SERMON. OUR LIFE AND HIS LOVE. God The Father. JSTow let us think ' about Gocl .the ? Father, and what He has done for us. He is- the Father, 'and that word f speaks for His dear Son Jesus Christ, | aud for us Christians who are His cliil- ! dreD, because we are joined in Baptism to Jesus Christ. The great Christian ; prayer begins, with1 'Onr Father,' and so we must lovie Ilim and trust Him as our Father. We can trust Him because He loves us, and because He j is Almighty; that is, able to do any- | thine. Now, the first thing that God the Father did for us was to make us'. He made everything, the Heaven and .the ' earth, and the^Angels, ana all living things,' and last of all He made man. ( When we speak of God making ; everything, we mean mueh more than when we speak about making anything ourselves. We say that a carpenter makes a. tabl,a, and we mean by that, that he\ takes some - wood and cuts it up, and join it together in , the shape , of a table. The carpenter could not make,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

g It is strictly pure and possesses the ; I highest degree of rich tomato flavor. ! I Lends savor to either y**0*****1^^ j I hot or cold meats, fish «f ^ 1fe I w$ ^^^\ ? \ and game. ^^Vsa__==s*s=!a!-izB==^^ * ; FTO($S9 SSH€£S9 llQllsllSSg C©MCllll(SMfS : s ' You should also try Hems Baked Beassss Tomato Soup, Sweet: wad Sow Gherkim ; PickSes, India Relish, Tomato Chutney, Evaporated Horse-radish, Etc., Etc. ! I All grocers return purchase price if they fail to please. Union 'Rnilr 'Raat — ? AND- ? Union G©Id Top Ale. Famous Throughout the Eastern GoldfieldB. Brewed and Bottled by j , ? ' The Union Brewery -'' KalgoorKe TRY A DREADNOTJGBT OF UNION' BEER. No other kept Latest patent glass washer installed. All best brands of liquors ? \ Bottle department a specialty, Everything at Kalgoorlie prices Telephcne IS , J. P. Martin, Proprietor AUSTRALIA. HOTEL ?? . Opposite PoBt Office. Catto's Special Bulk Whisky. Splendid Accommodation. Billiard Room and attention. Best on the Fields. 4 P...

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Send-off to Dr. Mitchell "THE WHITE DEATH." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

Send-off to Dr. Mitchell "THE WHITE DEATH." Tlie civic send off to Dr. Mitchell, who had been municipal health. officer for some time, was a well-attended   function in the Council Chambers on Saturday forenoon, notwithstanding the fact that the hour was an inconvenient one, so far as business people are con-   cerned. Dr. Mitchell has been best known as resident Government medical officer and head of the Sanatorium. As a travelled man, who has brought into se his world-wide medical knowledge, Dr. Mitchell has, as one of the speakers remarked, made his name known to all and has become one of the world 's exponents of the treatment of all lung troubles. The Mayor, having formally -lanced the gathering with the toast of the King, said he had asked them to come along and say good-bye to Dr. Mitchell, who was leaving them and might not return. He apologised for the short- ness of the notice, but he had only learned on the previous evening that the doctor would ...

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How Many Parties. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

How Many Parties.   Incidentally, the Dairy Conference has raised the question, How many as- sociations are there which profess to make the welfare of the man on the land their chief concern? There is the Farmers' and Settlers' Association. There are the dairy farmers. There is "the country party," which made its debut with a big programme last week, and there is another movement, with which are asoeiated the names of Mr. Willis and Mr. Beeby. Some of these, if not what the late Mr. Abigail used to style, "More popery than fiscal, "         seem to be more "Labor" than rural. Some of our modern politicians are so thoroughly seized with the efficacy of the maxim, "divide ond rule'' that the agrarians would be well advised to go in for concentration, rather than for supporting so many rival movements. The attack which they are about to confront will be thoroughly disciplined and concentrated. From the lawyers who hope to...

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Mr. Cook. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

Mr. Cook. The new Prime Minister is taking his side in his new position. Speaking at a gathering of young men at Croy- don the other night, he pointed out that although legislation can affect en- vironment, it cannot of itself confer fitness to fill that environment. "It is the pig that makes the stye," he remarked sentientiously, ''not the stye that makes the pig." It is Herbert Spencer's aphorism, "You can't frame ill-working individuals into a well- working community," but cast in col- loquial form. How the ill-working in- dividuals are to become well-working individuals— that, from Mr. Cook's point of view, and from that of those who agree with him —is the supreme problem. Such a change would obvi- ously bring consequences far more radical and lasting than the wildest "red-ragger" ever dreamed of. Char-   acter is the one thing needful, and will bend all else to its sway. "You can't have it by preaching and prac- tising the hatred of man. " That is a   ...

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The Farriers' Strike. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

The Farriers' Strike.   The farriers have gone on strike, or are preparing to make the plunge,on   what appears to be the thinnest of thin pretexts. They claim to have dis- covered that machine-made horseshoes, which have been in use for half a cen- tury, can no longer be tolerated. Tlrey do not base their claim on the very natural desire to be paid for making the shoes themselves, but they say that the shoes'are injurious to the     hoof. The skilful farrier makes the shoe to fit the hoof, especially noting where the nails ought to go to avoid the sensitive parts of the horse's foot. For some unexplained reason or other, he cannot do this with the machine- made shoe. Whether it is that the iron does not become so plastic and   soft in the fire as other iron, 0r whether it is for some other cause, he is com- pelled to drive the nails in. the holes already pierced in the machine-made shoe, whether they fit the hoof or n...

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A RICH POCKET. 40. OZS. FROM 56 POUNDS OF STONE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

A RICH POCKET. 40 OZS. FROM 56 POUNDS OF STONE.     Messrs. Jack Pincombe and Dick Withall got on to a very rich pocket of ore in the Mountain King lease last week, and recovered 40 ozs. of gold froin 56lbs. weight of stone. The Moun- tain adjoins the Donovan's Find on the north, and was worked by Percy Morris and party for good returns. It was while putting a crushing through from this lease, that Percy found the Mountain Queen mine. After Morris and party left the Mountain King, Doc. Denny and mate got out some highly payable crushings from it.

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