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Perth Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913
Perth Gossip. (By James Smith.) One of this great characteristics of the century, so far, has been the dra- matic changes of the position and con- dition of nations — changes that not even the sagest of philosophers sug- gested. Japan thrashed Russia; China and Portugal became constitutional Re publics; Turkey swapped Sultans, and like China, adopted Parliamentary Government. Amongst recent changes the small Balkan nations federated for war against Turkey. Everybody laugh- ed and prophesised disaster. But they succeeded in a few weeks in chasing Turkey out of Europe. Bulgaria was leader. Her amazingly successful ac- tions astounded the world. Her army and its organisation were voted the highest place in modern military pro- duction. The world had thought the Servians and the Montonegrans merely mountain brigands, of little account on level country. But they did wonders during the war, and were placed next to the Bulgarians as fighters. Greece nobody believed in being any good, excep...
COPPER UP NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913
COPPER UP NORTH. Time and again we have drawn the attention of our readers to this fact: Draw a line through the map of W.A., making Hopetoun in the south one point, and Fortesque in the north the other, and you will be covering a dis- tance of approximately 1,100 miles of the richest mineral country in the world. That is a prophecy that we made before there was a Yenaumi, Bullfinch, Corinthian, Curran's Find, and many other mining centres were found. Now our cherished prediction is fast being realised, the latest find on the line has been the discovery some 100 miles north of Peak Hill of a gold and copper-bearing deposit. The find was made by James Blythe, and the chief lease is called the "Sons of Gwalia,"because the finder (James &nbsp; Blythe) was one of the prospectors of the Sons of Gwalia mine. For 12 years Blythe, who in a native of Bun- bury, has been working on a station out near Peak Hill. He sold his quar- ter of the Sons of Gwalia to G. W. Hall for £750, and sa...
ABOUT THAT DEFICIT AND DEFERRED PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913
ABOUT THAT DEFICIT AND DEFERRED PAYMENTS. The financial year ended with a de- ficit of £311,515. '- The Minister for Works said at Beverley that ''the reduced defiicit as pubilshed that day, and that the amount of the deficit was almost entirely accounted for by de- ferred rents and other payments, due by farmers, but the Government had &nbsp; no desire to oppress them unduly by demanding arrears." Just so; that &nbsp; looks nice guff with which to tickle the ears of Mr. and Mrs. Cockie, and there may be a few dwts. of truth in it, but we wrote (?) of a pioneer farmer on this field, who made a request to have his rent paymemt deferred, and the reply that he got, after one short extension had been granted, said inter alia, "No further extension of'time can be ap &nbsp; proved. . . . . With regard to your re- quest that the amount should be per- mitted to be paid in instalments, I re- gret that this cannot be acceded to, &nbsp; as the department always ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 July 1913
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Rudolph Eucken. SOME NOTES ON RELIGION AND LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 July 1913
Ryd'dlph &uQfcen, ? ..^p ? SOME XOTES ON KELxGION AKD LIFE. (By, 'Viator.') Euckiem intimates that in viewing' life in its widest sense, including the] whole realm of Science, we are to look at religion and life in their close mu tual a-feLationj and that wo .are not to be -concerned with the social and the practical issues, by such »? position, ne I ia .trying to show that our problem is I really, 'Whether in this life it is pos- J sible to rise above merely human exis- j tenee, whether we can discern in it j the activity of a Power at once ,_en- I compassing and, transcending ? the J world. ' Of course, tlie word ' ' world;' ?. I nwans in this especial case 'world of. sense.' Euekeri assures us. fronii hiB own experience in the affirmative,' by; j a cloVte; observation -and a summing iiip of the traits of man, hef with others, discovers a life in (every, whit vastly. different from that of sense. This, con ception he -terms ijite oi tne -opmi,. which life has-rnanifest-sd ...
Prospectors Association ANNUAL EUCHRE PARTY AND DANCE. TROPHIES AND DANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 July 1913
Prospectors Association ^ '-'':?'' '?'????' -'??' ^Jjfti ANll UAL EUCHEE PARTY AND . ' : DANCE. -—- ,::??-,.-;;??;?? -^ ? -.-^ = :- TEOPHIES AND DANCES. 'Thla eve at of the season'' is-stOl the comment on- the euchre party and - -dance of the Coolgardie Prospectors' and Leaseholders ' Association which . was held1 in the Town Hall last week and biiiotly reported in our previous issue'. The ladies' and Erent!:emen.'a -- coiitiiiiltocs are) (to! be congratulated upon fcliu . sj)le,ndid result. There were some dozen workers, who gave atten tion ';lo arranging' the details for three y.'cti.y. beforehand, whilst a few others .ciiiuo along at (;he finish, and some six or eight attended the hall on the f ol- . ??lowing -r?ay to assist in -winding 'up. tSonio uiii.isement'has been caused by uii icri.ijous statement in a. weekly c.-i temporary in this connection, for n u.13 tobe said that so far as tho Xiiiu o jCiommitteje ? 'isi . concerned, the '?''? bejst workers are too modest to haye th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 July 1913
[?] Thursdays. ? Complete Change ot Programme Each Night. . Murray -& BodgeTcYCLE and MOTOR AGENTS Bayley Street. Repairs of all kinds Promptly Executed. Rheumatism and Indigestion TheRotorua II P^MUS JI4v ' lheRotorua - ' ?- - Registered Patent 3306 I§ 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 stomach and liver, bilious attacks, and all affections of the kidneys, _ ? Inrheumstism and indigestion this natural salt— which is one of natures great cures — should be tried even after other treatment has failed. Price 2/6, Posted 2/9 Sole Agent — Chemist, Bayley-atreet, Coolgardie McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. ?/??? Personally visits Goolgardie eyery Sunday, Old Council Chamber, Opposite Denver City Hotel, . ' Hours 10 a.m. to 5.80 p.m Don't Take Me Home I ? ? ? -*. — . Take me to .Cecil's Arcade, ?...
Amusements KING'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 July 1913
, Amusements ' '?':? KING 'S PICTURES. ^O ?A splendid programme of pictures ..wall.be screened by Mr. Murray, at .lioyal Hall ;iext Wednesday, owing to thp visit of the American boys on ? Thursday.. There are some exception ally nne teatures m tins programme, and none shoiild miss it. Tbei chief at traction is an adaptation of Dickens' :. famous work, 'Pickwick Papers, -} JoTin Bunny filling tho role of Mr. Pickwick to perfection. All lovers of ,. Dickens' AVorks should make a point of seeing this film, particular cars hav ing been exercised in reproducing in the minutest detail each character rep resented. Another fine film is a dra matic study entitled, 'Thja Doctor's Grime,' dealing with the story of - a iaidy barrister who falls in love with' ner physician. Yet another fine dra matic study is one entitled 'Her Eire man. ;; 'Calamity Anne's Trust' ; is ' ?'-:. a fine comedy, featuring Mis-3 Louise Lester, the famous comedienne. Other comic films include 'The .Lordly Nig ger' ; au...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 July 1913
BLACK BROS'., - ? . . Old Established 'Butchers, - - BAYLEY STREET. BEST t:JLZE AND MUTTON IN TOWN. _ - , TELEPHONE 25.' Coolgardie Meat- Supply, ^|l^^%| -=P— *+r~f ?^J*- ~-fti j -TRENAMAN & TREYSTT. Only the Primest SUrkeJ. ? -* ? ' ' -' / Give us a Trial. ^ ? v Telephone, 8. ? ? ,_ ? ' :P@ter Roberts, Eor D41HV PE0DD0.E Now Laid Bgj-?. Xlo.- 1 Bulleiyelo, E^ery tiling of the Primest Quality. CUSTOMERS WAITED ON DAILY. WT 13 IP TT lif AM Pfc tL v rJB SILBERT & SHARP). Fruiterer. We Only Stock Prime Goods, ^o Rubbish. Cu .nlry Onlerfc Promptly Attended to. FpeoiAl Induction for Quanliiy. 'Phone 9 K ' ^'^ ~' ' j7~d7~'BEIGGS, '' Tobaeeonist and Hairdpessep, COOLGARDiE.' Best Brands of Tobacco, Ci^au; and Cigarettes, and. All Smokers' Requisites - - . Alvwys 0 i H.'.nd. Own Mixture a Specialty. ' Try1 Oar 'Oceolo'-* Shampoo— 30 sliampoos for Is. 6d. Best on the Market. ' -.ALH4MBRA CAFE. Barrack Street, Perth. ' M 'de''P?-DHO, Proprietop. Known from Port Hedland lo the ...
CONVENT CHILDREN'S BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 July 1913
CONVENT CHILDREN'S BALL. The b.'-vll arranged for the pnpils at the CouVenfc of Mercy School and their f fiends was held in the Town Hall on. Wednesday evening and proved a signal success, and great credit is due to the hvlies committee aud others who took so much interest in tha affair aud did such a vast : amount -.o£' preparatory work. . There was a splendid assemblage x-f young sters, of botii sexns, all ia tancy dress, and some oJ: the costumes were ex?. cepti.onaliy good;- There . were a _' j -i.umbar oi: ssts, aad the .j.udge's^ii^d .^ .. some trouble in awarding ciie prizes. . The winning seis and individuals were as follows : — The seniors' set was won by the Spanish set, cmsisiiug of' Ethel. Bre-V genzer, Mary- Quinian, Kathleen Darcy, Vera Ford, Eddie Dunleavy, James Say'ers,' Stanley Duuleavy, and Madrice Luke. Miss Hesse was leader. ; Junio:b' Set. This was, won by the Shepheivls and Shepherdesses set, com [/rising Auiia Moore, Jean Barker, Netta Kobertsj Eilaen Bruion,...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 July 1913
FOOTBALL the following team will .u.pu-t'eLt the Brigade in their match against the Mines Rovers to-morrow '6j. ttej recreation. ground :— j Grawley, Devine, Lareomb'% Mar- ' ning, Curtain, O'Shea, Carr (2), J^ r - j kine. McCullocb. Read. Fleminw .lim Jones, Lancaster, Penglase, Evans, Outridge, Dunstan (2), BriiioD, Goss Ogilvie, Dunne. ._.'... The hollow, defeat of Pearee by Barry, the 'English champion, demon-' strates three things. The first is that Barry is undoubtedly the' finest 'sculler that England lias produced for a very long time; the second tliat it is time. Australia seriously looked about for a man with some prospect of attain ing! jto championship rank, and th^ third that brains will beat mejia braWn. jit was skill and 'headness against mere ' pli^'sical strength, and the latter, being unguided, or controll ed, promptly exhausted iitself. Ong of thla finest rowers the world ever s(aw,_I-Ianlon, 'vas a small man, but he had knowledge, endurance and — brains.
ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 July 1913
ITEMS OF INTEREST. The Tarred Log. — Those who take their evening walks abroad on a dark i night should beware of the fate that I ?befell a Coolgardie couple some time ago. It all r.aine out accidentally, the , other evening, when on'e incautiously queried of ihe other: 'Oh, «do you re '?luenib'er when we sat on' th© tarred — ' A wild 'hush' came from the lady who did not want her identity .'(disclosed. ( Elusive Cade ts.—lt is not frequently that there is any bother with the young cadets in Coolgardie, and any trouble thati arises is when they fail to put in | tne full number of drills. Six young sters were ..before the Bench at the last sitting of th© court, but the area officer (Mr. M. L. Eeid) simply asked that thfet ..negligent; ones be placed in his! hands so Miat he ijould see they made up their full attendances. This was agreed to, and it was explained to lads that they required to make up thla i'drill so that they could be pro nounced efficient. Coolgarclio . Municipal Fina...
COOLGARDIE WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 July 1913
COOLS ARDIE WARDEN'S COURT. At the last sitting of the Warden's Court, Eobins Bros. v. H. Cook . was palled on, thie; berigi an application for Gr.M.L. 4431, situated'' on the north ?end of Lindsay's, and known as the r ' ' Good Luck. ?' ' The Eobins have been on the ground for some time, and Mr. Cook raised no objection to their oc cupancy, but, as 'there was no appear ance on either sid-?, the application was struck out. . James Aitchison applied for an ex tisnsion of -ime on P. A. 883, as It had not proved payable, although a good Seal of work -had been done. An ex tension of six months was granted. Mr. Lariin, on behalf of his! party, applied for G.M.L. 4454, Widgie mooltha. The application was recom mended. M. L. Eeid applied for Miner's Homestead Lease No. 84, formerly held by Mr. D. MePherson. The applica tion was recommended for approval, subject to survey. - . ' ' i
MILITARY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 July 1913
wn ? wiiihi ii h* ?inT-T-f rr ft *-i I I III ? i'bm_, ' MnjffARY'N6Ws. The following cad. ts of Ike /' II'? Company, Coolgardie, were successful at the recent examinations for pro motion to the rank of noncom missioned officer: — -To be color sergeant, Corporal : F. N. . Arn.btt ? to be corporals, H. Whitfovd, B. Gordon, j C. N; Touzel, .8. J. Fee, G. Kennedy, W. Smitheram. It is satisfactory to note that in each section for wliirh. the. Coolgardie cadets competed they topped tLo 1 Ir t for the goldfieids.
Police Court A DEBT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 July 1913
Police Court A DEBT CASE. A caste, Eyan v. Hawkins, vvas listed ?for the -last sitting of the Local Court, but the def ejndant (James Hawkins) did not answer when called. However, he had forwarded 'a' -letter to the Bjenek' stating h© could pay 2/6 weekly. The' plaintiff produced a, previous '' let- ter to himself in which defendant of - ferield 5/- per week Plaintiff asked for judgment with an order for 5/ a j week ' and costs. He stated he was a wood contractor and maci.e 25/ a day. The Bench gave judgment for £5 with 7/6 attendance; fee- but made no order. .-? ' ,. WHO SHOULD 1'AY? ?A' j^eeuliar case was disclosed when the action of Emily Edwards v. M. de Fedro was entered upon. ' The, former, the proprietress-.- of ? tine.' Royal ' -Hotel, and defendant was licensee until a few months ago, since when he luis had two successors. ' De Pedro left to tak^i the Alhambra Hotel, Perth, r.nd ^ranjsjf erred to -.one ©urn'eday, whoae_ oceui^aney of tise premises was a meteoric ? one. ' . ...
The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1913 REMOVAL OF WORKSHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 July 1913
, It be ? ? Published Weekly SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1913 REMOVAL OF WORKSHOPS. At the last meietiing of the Municipal Council, the removal of the Govern ment workshops and stores became a fcmrning question. In fact, councillors blazed regarding1 the fprra in which l)3!ttea's .of. i-hauks -.to the , newspapers should' be issued. 'There was 3nach ex citement as to how councillors should fall upon the necks of those news papersl which, after much besseching, liad on one occasion each, lifted up their voices against this unwarranted dispoilation of the Old Camp. The new and bubbling hot enthusiasm of those who wjar.e becoming hysterical on the question of thanks to recent advocates did not, however, cause councillors to lose sight of the fact that they had first been informed of the removal of the shops and stores by the. 'Coolgardie MineT.', It was re cognised that the case as put by this papiei* had been strenuously and perse vering advocated, and the first wild inclination to rush into t...
Police Changes [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 July 1913
Police Changes During next week, three members of. the local police force will leave Coolgardie undjeir transfer to other Idis- [ tricts. Sergeant Fee, who has been here since October, 1909. has been a capable and well-respjected officer, and his transfer to Boulder is a deserved one. At the same time, we believe hp -an[d his family -would have preferred to remain in Coolgardie, where .thjey hay]© made ;nany friends, and have worked in every good cause.' In this rqstpect, Mrs. Fee has don'a wonders, and she will be missed very ' ,nuch, indeed. It is not certain when the' sergeant will get away, but it should b)& about the end of the week. He now awaits the arrival of Corporal James -Strapp, who has just come down from Marble Bar, to which district lie was trans ferred from Bridgetown about four years ago. HJa is one of the most kindly men that e\cT wore uniform, and is always extremely popular. iCor poral Strapp comes .in a relieving ca pacity. ' ^ That mighty landmark, and ...
A BRIEF LEADER. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 July 1913
A BRIEF LEADER. The following, which appeared 16 yjeiars ago, contains! pith and wit, and is worth reproducing: — ' It is an extract from the leading article of the first isisue of the' Klon dike 'Morning Times': — y .OURSELVES. '?'This is the first issue of the Klon dike 'Morning Times,' and if we could only raise enough coin to get back to hiome Jnd th© old woman, it wo old be the last. Before we came here folks £ol!d us- this was the land of gold and snow. W,e are prepared to 'swear to the snow, but where in thunder is the gold. We've only seen one piece of the metal since we struck this loea tion^ and that was in the teeth of a corpse1 that had died of famine whilst t-ut prospecting for .the jpriee ~ of a dinner. We decided to call the journal the 'Morning Times' because the sun g)eits up so seldom in thcae parts, ex cepting on holidays, that any hour of the 24 will pass muster lor morning, and no one be game to bet on the difference. One half: of thlei issue is painted on brown...
WILL THE SHOPS GO? [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 July 1913
WILL THE SHOPS '60 f Just as we were, going to press a whisper came through the open window that, after all, tho workshops and stores may not be. removed. It came from a vrry good source, and the hint was given that, after more careful inquiry, the Department found that the. work of transfer would be a much more costly affair than was first supposed. This fact we have already laid stress upon, but we cannot realise that Mr. Johnson has changed his mind merely to save some thousands of pounds. How ever, we are not allowing ourselves to become as hysterically enthusiastic over this z-phyr of comfort as a certain' councillor1 did in connection' with a-taujp, but kindly, little sub leader in a rontemporjry. '\Vh (rust, howtver, that our good news i^ as reliable as the ill-tidings conveyed in our warning to the council some months ago. Our faith, however, is small, and we give the rumor for what it is worth.
GOLDFIELDS SPRING MEETINGS. THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 July 1913
GOLDFIELDS SPRING- . MEETINGS. THE NOMINATIONS. t On Monday night, the nominations for the principal events at the spring i meetings in connection with the Boul- ! der, Kalgoorlie and Coolgardie Racing Clubs fell due, and the results show a genei-al falling off, but the class of horsels enteifed ' is satisfactory, there being, an absence of those never likely to win anything. The Boulder G.W. f Steeplechase, with 19 (entries as against 18 last year, is the only increase shown, but this is five below the figjures for 1911. The folio wing table shows thejposd-' tion -afc a glaffee: — . - ?' ? .- ? , ? -f BOULDER. ' \ 1911 1912 1913 1 Newmarket Hdep .. -37 40 29 ) Boulder Cup . . ^. . . 31 37 27 j G-.W. Steeple ? 24 18 19 ] KALGOORLIE. , f 1911 1912 1913 Hannans Hdep .... 52 50 b6 Kalgoorlie Cup .. .. »41 42 40 ' COOLGARDIE. lyil 1912 1913 Coolgardie lldcp ... 7 48 ' 42 .33 Coolgardie Cup .... 49. 43 41 - COOLGARDIE RACING CLUB. '- . ? , FIRST DAY. (Wednesday, September 10.) COOLGARDIE...