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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 July 1913

A soothing, pleasant and effective   pastille (medicated with "Bonnington's Irish Moss") for huskiness or irrita- tion. Unequalled for the THROAT AND VOICE. 1/3 tin— all chemists.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Esperance Lands. SAND PLAINS AND MALLEE. FALLOWING FOR "SOUR" LAND. A PRACTICAL MAN'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 July 1913

Esperance Lands. SAND PLAINS AND MALLEE FALLOWING FOR "SOUR" LAND. A PRACTICAL MAN'S VIEWS.   After the Colonial Secretary re- turned from his motor trip to Esper- ance, he forwarded the following tele- gram, from Kalgoorlie, to the Pre-   mier:—             " Arrived Esperance last night.   Most favorably impressed with char-   aeter of the country traversed.   Passed through a vast area wheat- groving land, with a clay subsoil. Just the sort of land Western Aus- tralians hungering for. Have fully examined soil various intervals; in- terviewed settlers; took samples growing wheat. Selectors have un- bounded faith in land. No grumb- lers. Saw a dozen dams holding   water. Clay of excellent quality.     Best country I have seen for dam-   making. Though I expected land to be suitable for whea...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Slices from Other Sheets. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 July 1913

Slices from Other Sheets. ( Stolen by "Somnolent.")     Many of the hereunder paragraphs   can trace their origin here to the   scissors and paste.— " Somnolent."   "At the last meeting of the Narro- gin Council £25 was voted to the park eommittee to be used in clearing the scrub off the park and ploughing it up preparatory to planting trees therein. It might be suggested that a few gar- den seats dotted about the park would, in the summer months, be much appre-   ciated by the ratepayers, even though   the park is "practically embryo." Then, again, a park— not even an em- bryo park— can hold the same, attrac- tion to sighing lovers, when there is an absence of seats to spoon upon. * * * "Truly the itch for luxury is infec- tious. Even our domestic pets are     amenable to the gentle magnetism of the dainty and the artistic. As proof, we instance the fate in this town...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
HOO-ROO TO THE 'ROO. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 July 1913

HOO-ROO TO THE 'ROO. Ex-Postmaste Fraser has been ex- tolling the virtues of his stamp in the   columns of that august sheet, the "Sun- day Times." We became interested,         because we have not yet read or per- sonally noticed its many redeeming features. The Kangaroo must be sore   in every point after the prolific kick- ing of the multitude, and, bearing in our craniums the very decided male demeric expression of the much-   abused animal it is perhaps to the wish of the S.P.C.A. Society that the sickly chivvy be passed out of exis- tence. The perpetrator expressed keen disappointment, and says he at- tributes the roo 's death blow "to the instigation of sycophants ; and title- hunters." Our Webster's is just now in the possession of a friend with an abnormal disregard of Polonious' ad- vise to the said P.s son, and its sub- stitute refuses to accommodate such high-flown utterances pecul...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FOOTBALL. FIRE BRIGADE V. COOLGARDIE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 July 1913

FOOTBALL.         FIRE BRIGADE V. COOLGARDIE. This match was played on the Recre- ation Ground on Sunday afternoon, and proved another easy win for the Fire Brigade. Notwithstanding their   regular defeats, the Coolgardie men again thought they had a chance of   victory but it proved to be a very   poor one. The match itself was not much, the play being of the rough and tumble variety, especially in the ranks   of the Coolgardie team, although there were some bright flashes of individual   play. Both sides played several new     men, and these acquitted themselves satisfactorily.             The wind favoured the western goal, and setting out to kick towards it in the first quarter, the Brigade boys were quickly on the aggressive. Mac- guire (Coolgardie) marked the ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913

GOLDFIELDS SPRING MEETINGS. .'THE NOMINATIONS. COOLGARDIE HANDICAP. Seven Furlongs. Ayrville, Alary, Beresford, Balmain, Conge d'Eslire, Chief Secretary, Due ler, Eulogium, Ejector, Full Sail, First' Loch, Flavigny, Glorify, Golden Orb, Iiighguard, Kerrisdale, Louvima, Lily veil, Lost Chord, Lord Flavus, Muriett, Mareaux, Oddlace, uwiet, Koserial, Shapcap, Slcipton, Simp]© Maid, Tcs tudo, Tom Tom, Thigen Thu, Tlnvd ?Best and Utopian. SECOND DAY. . ! (Saturday, September V,l.) j . COOLGARDIE CUB. I ? One. mile and three furlongs. ' Artesian, Ayrville, Balmain, Cam ballo, Chief Secretary, Conge d'Eslire, Drusille, Dueler, Dingwall, Ejector, Eulogium, Flavigny, Full Sail, Golden Orb, Glorify, Golden City, Highguard, Ilia, James III., .Eeer 'Weer, Lile Lass, Lord Fermoy, Lily veil, Lost Chord, 'Lord Mural, Muriett, Miss Bob, Mare: aux,. Misfire, Muralite, Murclla, bolo ' 'Girl, Snapcap, ^SMpton, Swagger, Simple Maid, Testudo, Thigen Thu, j Third Best, jrtppian, and ?5Vest Paik.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Coolgardie Municipal Council. The Workshops. Department's Figures Challenged. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913

tZoolgardie Municipal Council. The. Workshops. Department's Figures Challenged. At the meeting of the municipal council on- Thursday' evening a com munication was received from Mr. U. LvicDowall, ' M.L.A., enclosing the Minister's reply to the deputation q f members who interviewed him on the subject, and which was dated July 18. - Another letter was recetved~from ihe Under-Sec retavy tor Water Supply, stating that the protest of the council - would receive due consideration,, aud the dale of fchis communication was July 24. - - l The M.»yor called attention to the facfc that the Under-SecreLar.y's letter was of a later date than the Minister's decision. That- might mean some ihmg. Cr. Mercer ? said the Minister c'aimed that the removal would cost , only £1000, and 6 per cent, interest on that .would be only =£60 a year, while four times that amount would bo saved. Local people were pre pared to givs an'estimate of the cost, and they vyere as .competent men in that line as any' one ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TINDAL'S MINE. THE PERSEVERANCE LEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913

TINDAL'S MINE. 11LE ..PERSEVERANCE ',LEASE.' The Perseverance, . which now coii;' stitutes the northern ' portion of the TindaFs property, .was known as the ;j:.erlaw G.M. in the early days, and ^ as then regarded as a valuable pro petty. Since the end of the nineties very little work has been 'done, 'out the shaft vvas ifunk to 400ft. and the iude was underhand stopea aboxit 60ft bcuow that. The following description oi' the mine as it stood in 1898 appeiai ed in 'the old ' ' Coolgarrlie Miner': — '?'It was in April/ 1S95, that ( Mr. J. L. Sherlaw took over the property on 'behalf of the Sherlaw G.M. Co. One Soase of 12 acres, known' as the Per severance, was first s^eurec^ and* a few. months later two other ? six-acre blocks adjoining it on ' the north, together with f our acres to the west and a fur ther 12 aciv.s to the east were bought from the prospectors, a five-acre dam site being also secured on the nor thern boundary. The property, .al though only 46 acnes in extent at tha...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913

NEW & SECONDHAND -MINING MACHINERY/ - OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. . + PLANTS REOENTLI SUPPLIED TO— ^ ?? Bullfinch Proprietary Miiie. ' Corinthian ftorth Mine. ' : Edna May Mine - ? Mt Gormalo&g Mirse, Leonora. .' ? Kyarra Gold IVTir.e:' .. ' . .- ' Royal Standard Gold Mine. Great Victorious Mine, Ora Bsiida, ' Z.tc» Etc.'' ' ' OASI-I OR TEKMS. OOI^ESPON-DENQE INVITED. ^ The ? Westralmn Maehiaery Copporatioi), Ltd. B-)ULDKR I{OAD,-KALGOORLIK.' GLOBE' HOTEL, baylhtbtebet^^^ . r J_ ' - - V\r. J. KEYNOL7)?. Troprktor. The !!onse where Minors nice'. COOLEST BEER in Town'. TELEPHONE 70. (Coyneclcil with K-iIgoorlU. TJonlrlcr, fintl Norseman). ' TjTAII T-Jn-i-^1 KEN'OU an-1 SYLVKSTE R S 1'BEETS. r,0i)LG ARD1E Br^t BTRTsds oiil;, r-r W-iucs, Airs and Spirit?. ALL BRJNKs COOL ' ? . - * GCk-D ACCOMMODATION. 1\iIiS - _K[X'CS~^i- ic -.1. Menzics and Lavcrtoii), Pro: iietrcss. VATiJTRTTi- nKAPKir^TcLOTHfBH; ^TiiJ-i^-JjUj ? BATLEY STEEET, COOLGAEDIB. GREAT Genuine 'oT^EATJING- SALE. * E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913

{ 'LINSEED ' COMPOUND' for j ?coi.ghs and colds. Of pro- On cfii-j'iency .-for chest complaints. ' - ~ ''~\

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913

'??-?.-??.... . ' ??';?? . ? - - Come and See our DREAT BARGAINS' The whole of otsr High-Class ilLIMnY -. y ? ' \, to be sold, regardless of cost: ? - - ,. I ' . v, '' - ? ? ' « -i. . Ask to see our Ladies, Girls, and Ioi'ants.Triinrjierl Hats — Going from 2/11 (to 5/11 '** ' / 'ik , ' The balance of our beautiful imposed (~'ostjn\ f, i-e-Kes, Warm Coats, Golfers in ' c d&f&T . all shades and latest cut, in three-ijuarter and tuli ltngtli — to B-3 cleared at exactly ; ' ^ ~ ? ^ hhlf a 'psieB - ? ? . '? '- ?-. ? ? -'. -. ????' .- . ? '?? . ??????? ? ?.?:? '?.;? ? ' :p -? j. Qm IWcf€i¥Y9Sx = The House- for Good Value.

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FOOTBALL. Fire Brigade v. Burbanks at Coolgardie. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913

FOOTBALL. Fire Brigade v. Burbanks at Cool- ? gardie.' ihis match will. be ihe game of the season on the. Recreation ffronnd to-' morrew The Brigade team will bo picked from' S? 'iollowi'Dff ??— Smith (2), Carr ' U), Deyine, O'Shea, Pcu^lasc, Jim Jones, Erskine, MoCJnilocb.larconibe, Braton, Edberg, ;Goss, Dunne, Out ridgp, Bailey, Ogiivie, Alauning, ' Eead, Flemmiug, He»aldi, Crawley, Lancaster, Evans, Curtain,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913

, '/LINSEED COMPOUND' of 40 years' proven efficiency for cough?, , colds, brtaehitis, etc. ,'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Prospectors Association LEASEHOLDERS' AND PROSPECTORS' ASSOCIATION OF W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913

Prospectors Associati jn LEASE itOLDJEES' AiND PIIOS PECTOi.a' ASSOCIATION OJi1 : * w.a. ., A meeting of the Executive 'of the I^easeholders-^ and Prospectors.' Asso ciation of \V.A.. wag; held at tiie Aus tralia Jiotei on Wednesday aftcriioon, when tkere was a good attendance. The general president (_Cr. W. M. Tiia han') presided. The general -secretary (Mr. H. LEid delston; submitted u, oiuex report of. the half year 's work since the aiiilia tion conference met in January last. The report refers to tke work of tne conference, and appended is a copy of the official report of the proueodiags as published in the ? ooolgardie Mineji'. '; Reference. .. ^o made to th©. presence of the Minister for iUine.3, to whom a copy of the resolutions was - presented. The report goes on to say:. 'It was expected that the earliest con sideration would, be given to Lhe it so- _ : lutions handed to the Minister, Lut no' rteipiy was received untii J ane 0, a period of nearly six montus. The non receip...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FIND IN NEW COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913

?' FIND 1_Y NE'W COUNT BY'. Mr. Melisa, of Higginsville, has ap l)lied .for a prospecting area over new ground recently ' found. '' Et is between JH^insville and tbia North Bast Coolgardie field, and is in entirely new coifhtry, a fact that gives significance to tho find.. A pios peetor, baekod by Mr. Melisa, mr.tla the find, and some work has been done on it already. Tt is situated on the -Birigeringic pastoral ],-:?.-» se held by Air. Half ord, dairyman, of KalgoorHe. Mr. Milesa reports there is a' lode jf half ounce stuff, and that he is vcryJiopdful - of its turning out well. Reference ','as made in our previous issue .^o nearly &5ozs. h.-ivings b?en dollied by X'lough, Larkin anil piii'ty, from the llo^eman mine, at Widgie mooltha. The oinciar'retiirn showc/the 'gold was val-ied at £3/16/ per ouace.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REMOVAL OF WORKSHOPS DOUBTFUL MINITTERIAL STATEMENTS. NO SYMPATHY WITH COOLGARDIE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913

REMOVAL OF WORKSHOPS DOUBTFUL MLNITTEBlAIi STM!E MENT8. -.NO SYMPATHYv WITH ,OOOL G-AELIE. ? : - 'Coolgardie appears to have been singled out .ror unfair itji'eaitanent!.'/ pThat is' the ^i&t of the worus used by a nuinber of Kalgoorlie inen who ? still h\ave ;some gjmpathy ,with the Old Camp, when tniet by a representative of this paper the other day. Several ^uiade even more suggestive statements, duu on an. 51u.es it is aamittea that Ooolgardie has beeu most unfairly treated. The despoilers have bleen at work for some lime now, bat worse has never been dou;e to the parent town of these fields than during the past* two years.;-. -It is dilneult to find an ecseuse for such hai'sh treatment. Thje district is j-epres'ented in the liegjslativs As sembly by a member of -the party in powietr, whose 'clippings book' con tains a -record of all.vthings that have hjapx)ened to vs, so it cannot be lack of industry on his part: JtJesides, Mr. MeDowall has interviewed the Min , ister o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YILGARN GOLD FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913

YILaARBT GOLD YIELD. ' I i9I2 1912 .1913' I Ozs. 'Ozs Ozs J January .. .. ,34. 941, 3533 1 February .. .. 322-i ' 1S5S 2504 I March ? 2894 1582 7532 ^1 Apiil ., .^.' .. 1620-' 1966 ^6698 *'| May ? 658 1921 I ?June ? 954 2S41 1 July ? 1497 2476 ' 1 AjBg'isl . . . . ' 1G39 27S0- I 5eptoml-or .. . : S18 2-'. TO. I October'. . T. . . 1772 3302 ' .1 November - . . . . 1215 4272 k_ 1 '-December .. .. -3570 '3725- '' 1 . ? I Total .... 18595 30032. - 1

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FOOTBALL. VISITING TEAM DEFEAT FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913

FOOTBALL. VISITING TRAM DEiiiAT FIEE 73HIGADE5. A match that drew a large atten dance was fiaycl on the Keereation Ground, on Sunday last, wh!:n the Mines Rovers i'irst Eates came down to do battle' %vith the Fire Biiga/le. The visitors »vere minus several of tL~:ih usual players, and it was evident that one or two of the pl'ayers vrcre niorety moke Weights, but, on the whole 'bhe te,am was .;i good- one. The Fire Bri gade team were greatly weakened by th|£| non-inclasion of Penglase, who um pired the game, and Erskino, the smart forward, who has proved such a re liable) goal kicker. In fact, on sew.ral occasions when he would have scored with his eyes shut, the ball was mulled in a wrfetched manner that must have been disheartening to the other players. ' The Brigade had some trouble in get ting a vfcsam together, and entered the ?field' three men short, but the j-l.ices were filled, after the grime started. Soon after the bounce the' visitors got to work and lost no time in gel ti...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913

EIFLE SHOOTING. A rifle match was fired on Thursday afternoon between teams representing the American Boys' Club and ' H' Company Senior Cadets. The visitors are to be congratulated on their six j points, victory, as some of them had r not previously fired with a rifle. As the usual press passes did not reach the editor of this paper we are unable to give a report of the concerts, but we are informed 'that the boys a«--jniHecl thenfselves splendidly-^ .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913

FOR SALE . Bush Firewood, 10/- per load Apply — T. Higgins ' ? . ' . ?-. Telephone-20 NOTICE OF APPLICATION TOE - - A' GOLD MINING LJSASE. ? . ' No. 4455. . . NOTICE is hereby given that we, Joseph. Peter .Martin and George 'Her- ., bjert Stockdill of Coolgardie, the under signed/ have made appliuation flus day for a gold mining lease under the pro visions of the Mining Act, 1904, of ground to be known as 'Keforin' G.M.L., containing 24 acres, -being identical with- forfeited leas© No. 44IS, Coolgardie Goldiield.' Dated at Coolgardie tliis' 24th day of July, 1913. Signatures. — GEORGE H. 8TOCKDILL. -' JOSEPil PETER MARTIN. ' - j By their agv.nt — Joseph Petlsr Martin. Objections against the application ? above referred to must be lodged at tie Warden's Office on or 'before the 23rd day of August, 1913, and the hear ing of /the application will take place on -the 25th day of August next. M. OOHN, - Miuing Kegistrar, Coolgardie Goldlleld. BOULDER CALEDONIAN PIPE BAND. ' ? ? .j SOCIAL ...

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