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EDNA MAY DEEPS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
EDNA MAY DEEPS. Report to November 27:--"'tct 40 hcurs, breakage pump. .No. I win.zo sunk 6 ft. under shaft., values 2 o::. No. 2 winze sunk 4 ft., total 6 ft , value 1 oz. Some water leakage, showing 3 ft. down, now securirg collar. Stripping hanging wall :. 50 ft. in drive, values about £3. Machinery erection proceeding."
EDNA MAY G.M. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
EDNA MAY G.M. Report" to Noverber 97:.-Ojpen cutu values 6 dwt. 150 ft. level; Stope 18 It. wide, value 11 dwt. Store J. 9 ft. wide, value 27 dwL, crosscut north extended to 27 ft. in country rock, 225 ft.. level: No. 7 stope 9 ft. wider valuo 24 dwt. No. 8 stope 9 ft. wide value 8 dwt. 30) ft. level: Stope B, 27 ft. vide, I alue 12 dwt. Sto pe C. $? ft. wide, value. 33 dwt. 85 It. 3)rel: Instalk' tion of pump completed, crosscut driven to 53 ft. fji.om shaft. Water, 80,000 gallons. Have resumed driv' ing No. 5 crosscut. Pumps working satisfactorily.
THREATENED TRAMWAY STRIKE Perth, Nov. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
THREAIENED 1TAMWAY STRIKE Perth, Nov. 30. The Commissioner for Railways, Mr. Short, stated to-day that the statement that a strike in the tram service had been decided on had ' been made public no doubt, with the evident intention of frightening the public, and so inducing them -to bring pressure upon him .as Com missioner to accede to the demands of the Tramway Union. Continu ing, he raid that when the agree ment recently expired, the Tram- I way Union asked for a fresh agree ment, but he replied that he could not grant it., and suggested that the agreement be continued until the end of the war, when justice could be done to the claims put forward. He, however, made certain offers, and suggested to the union that if -they were not acceptable the par ties should go to the Arbitration I Court and get an award which , would bind both parties. Instead, they were being threatened with drastic action, which was not hard to fat hm He (Mr. Short) felt satisfied that the large percentage of...
NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION Melbourne, Nov. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
NHO- ONFIDEICE MOTION' I 1 Melbourne. Nov. 30. The Prime Minister, in the House of Representatives to-day, resumed the debate on the amendment mov ed by Mr. Tudor regarding the regulations relating to the referen dum ballots. He said that the at tack was made on a pretext. It turned on a regulation which was I said to be issued. No regulation of any such kind was ever issued. He would not refer to anything that occurred at an Executive Council meeting. Such references were most unwise. They could only be made ly a disclosure by an Executive Councillor, which disclosure was wrong. Mr. Mathews : Even if there were oorruption? The Prime Minister said he would make no further references to the Executive Council either in Mel-! bourne or in Sydney. He would say again that such regulations as the amendment said were issued were not issued. The sole reason for the amendment was that some people wanted his (Mr. Hughes') head on a charger. Mr. Cook regretted that the poli tical barometer was...
MR. HUGHES' POLICY Melbourne, Nov. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
SMR. HUGHES' POLICY Melbourne, Nov. .30. Senator Millen oontinued tthe de bate in the Senate to-day on the Ministerial statement.. He had been struck, he said, by the omissions from it. Nothing had been said as to the reasons for the Ministerial changes, and there had been no =e ference to the referendum other than that in regard to recruiting. It was not said that it was intended to proceed with legislation other than war legislation. Australia was confronted with a serious industrial position, but nothing had been said about it. The break up of the late Ministry had commenced with the resignations of Mr. Higgs and Senators Gardiner and Russell. He thought those gnen were justi fied in their action, and could havo taken no other course. A most im portant regulation had been sent, to the Executive Council before it had been approved in the Cabinet. The action taken by the Prime Minister was arbitrary and extraordinary, and the Ministers who accepted it could only do so at the cost d...
IF FOOD DISAGREES DRINK HOT WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
IF FOOD DISAGREES DRINK ROT WATER. When food lies like lead in the stomach a4 d you have that uncom fortable, distended feeling, it is be cause: of insufficient blood supply to the stomach, combined with ecid and alnd food fermentation. In such cases try. the plan now followed in many hospitals and advised by eminent specialists of taking half a feappoonful of bisurated magnesia in half a glass of water as hot as you can comfortably drink it. The hot water draws the blood to ·he stomach, and tle biasurated mag nesia, as any physiciain or chemist can tell you instantly neutralises the acid and stops the' food fer mentation. This this simple plan and you will be astonished at the immediate feeling of relief and comfort that always follows the res toration of the normal process of digesiion. Soldiers at the front and travellers who are, frequently obliged to take hasty meals poorly prepared should always take two or three five-grain tables cf bisurated magnesia after meals to prevent f...
GREENFINCH PROPRIETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
GREENFINCH PROPRIETARY, I Report to November 6:--"South crosscut from the recovery shaft has been driven 17 ft.; 14 ft. beirg in formation, earryin low vahlues. The. north crosscut Is in 19 ft. in schist, both.: faces being in hard. country; progress is slow and driving expen sive. Am unwatering the main shaft? and expect, to have the water out on Saburday, . when, as I. shell -be dvnvm on. stone, I hope it will hbe of sufficient value to help pay the expenses. During the month there has been 487 tons .of ore crushed for, the public, and 150 tons of sands c.anided for 23 oz. 14 dwvt. of bul lion."
THE BULLFINCH PROPRIETARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
THE BULLFINCHI"PRlOPR.IETARY. The follbwing are the chief fea tures from the report of progress for the two weeks ended 25th inst.: No. .2 Southern Series.--210 fi. Level: A west drive 195 ft. north. and 340 ft.. west was started from the south crosscut,,296 ft. west, and driven 15 ft., in country. No. ,3 Northern Series,-210 ft. Level: The east crosscat, 232 ft. north, was extended a further 11 ft. to a total of 70 ft, in country. 410 ft. Level.-The intermediate south drive from No. 3 stope was -driven 15 ft. to a total of 25 ft.; values averaged 29/3 over a width of 60 in. 510 ft. Level.-The west drive 605 ft. north was started on the south aide from 132 ft. to 141 ft. in, and is equal to 15 ft. of driving; values averaged 38/ over a width of 90 in.,
N.S.W. ESTIMATES Sydney, Nov. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
N.S.W. ESTIMATES Sydney, Nov. 29. Tee Premier, delivering his finan cial statement to-day said certain events had happened which made it incunibent to place the estimates before the House. Departments last year spent £6,497,000. This year It was proposed to spend £6,719,000, an increase of about £ ~2,000. Inoreases of pay to the pblice would amount to £50 000, and inoreases of pay to warders, purses. and attendants at hospitale for the insane and destitute would take £24,000. I creased pay to teachers in the Education Depart ment would take £80,000, and re was £15,000 to provide for t ]Eailway Superannuation Fund. Th Itotal estimated expenditure was £8,295,000, an increase of £260,000. The total estimated receipt were £8,494,000, an increase of £89,000. It was clear that the revenue must be supplemented. He was prepar ed to supplement it by. the initro auction of the totalisator. (Cheers): It would be introduced as a Govern ment monopoly, but there would be some rqcoghttion of the c...
EDNA MAY CENTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
EDNA MAY CENTRAL. Progress report for week ending 25th November, 1916:- Development. Main Shaft.-Timbered from 18 ft.; total from surface, 376 ft. on the underlie. No. 3 Level.--New teef: East; drive advanced to 155 ft,; reef 48 in.; value, 165/. Rise No. 1 east to 45 ft. on footwall section of lode: value over 40 in.; 20/1 Borehole in hanging wall at 40 ft. i ore 36 in.; value, 40/. South Drive: Stripped hanging wall from 103 ft. to. 110 ft.; ore 30 mn.; value, 35]. West Drive: Hanging wall reef to 112 ft.; reef 24 in.; value, 20/. No. 2 "Level.-New Reef : No. 2 east winze started from east drive at co-ordinate distance 66 ft. east, section H6, and advanced 5 ft.; oce 48 in.; value, 25/. No. I Level.--South crosscut: from No. 3 reef, co-ordinate, 125 ft.. west, restarted and advanced 20 ft. ; total, 86 ft. in country. No. 3 proSpecting drive in wash to 44 ft.; wash so in.; value, 30/. No. 3 Jevel.--Stopes, New Reef: Opening out for leading stope over south drive at 148 ft. sotith; ...
AUSTRALIAN WHEAT CROP Melbourne, Dec. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
AUBJSIALIAN WHEAT CROP Mfelbourne, Dec. 1. Negotiations have been proceed ing for some time between the Aus tralian and Imperial Governments for the purchase by Great Britain on behalf of herself and the allies of the. whole of the Australian wheat crop. Although finality has not yet been reached regarding the price it is understood that the deal b*ll embrace the whole of the ex portable surplus of the 1915-16 sur plus, which has yet to be sold, and also the whole of this season's crop, which is not needed for 'local con sumption. It is stated that the price to be paid by the Imperial Government will be on the f.o.b. basis, and that the whole responsi bility for finding nec8tsary freight for the shifting of the wheat will then thereafter rest with the pur chasers. The Prime Minister, lr. Hughes, when questioned on the matter to day, declined to say anything with regard to it, except to say emphatically that the wheat had not yat been sold. A meeting of the Australian Wheat Board was...
STATE LOAN BILL Perth, Dec. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
STATE LOAN BILL Perth, Dec. 1. The debate on the motion for t;he second reading of the Loan Bill fo, raising £1,537.000, was resumed in the Assembly to-day after the esti mated debate. The second .reading was agreed to I on the voices, and t.he bill wai t ck en in .o committee. On the second item in the schedule, "additions and improve sments opened by the railways. ii eluding the bridge over the Mel t bourne-road crossing. £50,000," Mr. Taylor moved that the bridge works be struck out. The Premier stated that no money would be Apent on the bridge this financial year. The question was taken to a divi sion and resulted :-Ayes, 13; Noes, 17. The amendment was lost. Mr. W. D. Johnson moved that the item, "Busselton jetty exten sion, £10,000," be struck out. His motion Was defeated on the voices. The remuining portion of the bill was passed. The report was adopt ed, nd the bill was read the third time and transmitted to. the Legis lative Council for pco?currence. The ostaeate d _r the b...
STATE PARLIAMENT Perth, Nov. 29 [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
STATE: PARliAMENT f Perth, Nov. } 9. Parliament met to-day. . The Speaker took the chair at 3 o'clock. o clock. Daylight Saving. The Premier informed Mr. Vet yard that it was not the intention of the Government to bring for ward a Daylight Saving Bill this ses sion. Coal Strike.* IThe Premier told Mr. Thomson that he would takle 41l the necessary steps to safeguard the interests of the people of this State in conneo ion with the coal strike- should the necessity arise. Bribery Charge. The Premier informed Mr. Coll 'r hat it was not the intention o Government to appoint a Ro oCommission to inquire into the charge of attempted bribery made by Mr. J. J. Holmes. against a public officer alleged to be acting on behalf of thq Gov ernment relative to Mr. Holmes' attitude concerning the contract for the purchase of 10,000 bead of oat tle from Messrs. Emanuel Bros., Ltd.. but if Mr. Holmes made any specific charge against any officer it would be investigated. Enenmy Subjects Disabilities. Th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
HEAD SORE AND. VERY SCALY Healed by Cuticura Trial Free. Fi Fr about six months I was troubled tvith dandruff and falling hair. My head was so itchy and sore that I could iot get pany sleep and my hair used to fall out handful$ and got very thin and wag ry and lifeless. MI head was very aIy and the dandruf psed to fall out n ly ycoat collar. The Irritation was so ?d 1 used to lose any a night's rest. - "A frien adavied me to try Cuticura p and Ointment After using onm o4? e half tins qf Cuticura Ointment three cal s of Soap the dandruff ?laLeared." (sigied)D. Bynme, Sydney eic, IcomD e, Aeuust 6, 1915. r sample each by post with 32-p. kftt Book,, (S .p to cleanse and Oint ent to heaR.) Address. post-card: Tli ?gnh&t wt the -4didey, N. S. W. ld Uhrouphuut thle 'brld. GOOD DIGE STION FOLLOWS Good digestion follows the use of Mother Seigel's Syrup . because this world-fanious tonic acts directly upon the digestive organs, the stomach, liver, and bowels. The medicinal extracts a...
THE TRIBUNAL Sydney, Nov. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
THE I1IBUNAL Sydney, Nov. 30. The Special Board appointed un dcr the War Precautions Act to in quire into the coal dispute met again in the Industrial Court this morning. The room was crowded to the doors, the accommodation of the court being quite inadequate ior the occasion. .Prior to the sitting, the chairman and the assessors met in the Judge's chambers, and, after taking his place in ' the court, his Ifonour itated that jFrom the discussion that had just taken place, it did not soom that there was a clear under standing as to what definitely were the demands which the employees made as the condition of their re ~uming work and continuing it, Mr. Lewis then put the following demands before the tribunal as an essential condition for the resump tion of work:-I (a) That all men shall go in and cinme out together, subject, of course, to details .to be agreed upon between the parties as to the time cf starting. (b) That in shaft collieries all men shall only work eight hours from ban...