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ASSOCIATED NORTHERN BLOCKS. Iron Duke Lease. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917
AS1OOLATED -NORTHERN JBLOCKS. _ ixlio Di"k- Lease. For, ths.".monUt of iembsr . 1910.. tarib~ueri *We ; db pkiib io injlb 546 r~w; ttc7ns of. oreryie$edinzg X2,571 33.: .Yiddetw Luase - 7For the month; of .D~eeiernber 1916, 3,0i short bona, of su1 hide' ore was treated for a yield of £3,807. Expenditure. Ore extraction, £1195 5/11. Ore milling, £1803 12/1. General expenses, £301 5/. Total working expenses, £3300 3/. Mine development. £271 9/10. Shaft' sinking, £316 6/10. Plant and machinery, including buildings,. £128 12/6. Total expenditure, £4016 12/2.
COMMODORE G.M. CO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917
COMMODORE G.M. CO. Return for the month of Decem ber, 1916:--illed from [Macquarrie Lease. 195 tons, 'and treated an ad ditional 840 tons slimcs. for a total recovery of £521. Six tons of conl centrates, valued at - £17 per ton, were saved, and the net :proceeds from slags ampunted to £330. Expenditure. . Milling.. £84 ;, slimes treatment, £410; Macquarrie Option, £310; ore. cartage, £15; plant, £30.
THE SONS OF GWALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917
THE SONS OF GWALIA. During the month of December, the 50. stamp mill ran 614 hours and crushed 12,940 tons of ore for a yield of 4580 oz. of fine gold valued at £19,474. Expenditure. Costs per ton : Mining, 9/11; treat ment, 6/3; general expenses, 1/4; realisation of bullion, 3d.; total cost per ton, 17/0.9: Total working .expenliture, £Ii. 505. Total: deve!opment expehditure, £2,93. . Total other capital expendi ture. £3.
TERRITORIAL ENLISTMENT Melbourne, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917
1iRItTORIAL ENLISTMENT. Meibourne, Jia. 10. Circulars were issued by the De fenee Department to-day to all Dis trict Commandants in the Common wealth giing a.rtcularse f the methods to be followed in oncourag ing recruiting. The main idea to be fo'otered is that meni from a par ticular district should enlist to ge~her, train together, ~nd fight to gothe": as far as possible. Com manda'ns are instructed to consult petsonally the recru-iting eonldmittees on' the leading points of the scheme. which may be modifed 'tO suit re quirements, and then put it into practicsl operation. Each recruit when volunteering is to be asked to state which arm of the service he wishee to join. and the particular unit to which he would prefer to be allocxated.. This information will be inserted at the head of his attesta tion form for enlistment. Each re cruit will be allotted to the arm or until he prefers as far as vacancies permit. It is thought that no dif ficulty in this respect shou'd occur in: the ...
CONSUL-GENERAL FOR GREECE Sydney, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917
CONSUL-CENERAL FOR GREECE Sydney, Jan. 10. Jr. S. S. Cohen, who ha. been acting as Greek Consul-General for, lw'., years, has. resigned. He states that the office has become unten able. owing to the unsatisfadtory conditions existing in Greece. He hi'J notified thie Greek residents in Australia, the majority of whom are natives of the islands of the Greek Archipelago, and " consequently strong supporters of the Venizelist party. that he will be willing to re present them in a similar capacity sliojId such appointment be made by the Venizelisib Governnmenm. * I· .. '-:
GT[?] BOULDER PROPRIETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917
; F 4 OJLDERL PROPRIETARXY. E.aortrl: ,fif' ?:alf-monti ended No, ,eUnlii ab ?? 8: - :'interneidisa ' drle3. n'o º o' n ?? .: jýevt,;-3etion 35 i.as atard so4d driv.c 3Ca ft. in ore 4 'ft ;vle, as-* -ayi : 100 f?? ft-. Le 9 - .. .ions S2, :23, ore 9 ft.. wide; ysi Value 20 `cwt,. 1803 ft. Le v .-SeIiou 0ore 9 ft wide, ,assawy value 14 4wt; -; 3" 0to. 20. ore 0 ff.' wide, uae value 12 dwt. ; seoion. 3, 07e 10 t. wide, assay value 6 dwt. 1750 ft. Level.--Seotiia 20, 21, oro 12 ft. wide, assay value 10 dwt ; section 29, ore 8 ft. wide, assay, value 10 dwt). 1900 ft. Level.-Setions 15, 16, ore 12 ft, wide, asay ~'aur e dwt..; see tio, 109, ore 14 ft. wide. assay value 10 dwt. ; sections 25., o6. ore 12 ft. wide, assay value 7 dwt.; seetion 21. ore 10 ft. wide, assay value 20 dwt. . €050 ft. Level.--Section 14, ore 19 ft. wide, assay value 12 dwt. ; se tions 31. 12, ore 9 ft. wide, easay. value 8 dwt.; section 33, ore 10 ft. wide, assay value 9 dwt. 2200 ft. Level.-Seetions 16. 17. ore 1...
ATTEMPT TO MRUDER WIFE Melbourne, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917
ATTEMPT: TO MRUOER WIFE 1 Melbourne, Jan. }0. At Portland, last night, Walter ,A~ditustei Miller, at bookseller a.hd statione1l, of Cestertoi, artempted -o murder his wife, and commit sui cide. While rs Miller was hold ing her baby, lier ?huband discharg ed a revoh'er four times, . point blank in er 1aoe.. Three.shots tcr?l off ect. Miller then shot himselif in the head. Both are in a critics) condition, but hopes arc enter'?aih ed of 'their recovery. .Miller, hip 'wife, and three cfhilr dre -arrived in Portlaiid last week.. Miller was siifferihg from -a.nervous breakdown; and 'was 'under. the: im pression tlit 'he _was to be. 1lad id an a&Svl?'
DECEMBER OUTPUTS. BULLFINCH PROPRIETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917
DECERBER OUTPUTS. BtYLFINC f PROPRIETARY. During December the 24-head mill ran .33 hours, crushing 4357. tons for a yield of 1932 oz. bullion, va.!u ed at £5144 12,/3.-, . Expenditure. Ore breakiug and transport. £21?0 17/; cost per tont. 9/13. Treatment, £1831 19/10; cost per ton, 8/4.89. Total . working expenses, £3992 9/10; cost per ton, 18/3.92. Profit over working expenses, Development account, £273 6/7. Office Note.--Scarcity of labour and holidays have had a marked effect on the tonnage of ore.
BULLFINCH PROPRIETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917
BULLFINCH PRPR.IETARIY. The followi?.r are the chief fea, tures from the report if progress' for the timo weeks ended 6th itist.: No. 3 Northern S.riee. 510 ft. Level.--The intrrmediRte east drive off No. 2 gtope was driven a. fur ther 20 ft. to a totalon of 26 ft.; 'values averaged 0.8 dwt. over a, width of 60 in. The total footage ,driven and sunk for tkhe period was ..B-a. .
LEONORA GOLD BLOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917
LEONORA GOLD BLOCKS. The manager repoei under dare January 12 :-Sineo my lat report to you the -n4dermentioned work has been done: 200 ft. Level.-The old stope has been cleaned out asd we have s:arted driving east ?~t this face. This has progresced 12 ft.; averago assay value 60/ over a width of 36 in. 300 tRI Leve&-East drive has ad vaucel 12 ft. to its total distance of 130 ft.; arera.ge assay value 60/ over 4 ft. wide. 400 ft. Level.-We are preparing for leading' stope on this level, the, ore removed in estriDpping assaying 72I. Plant.-The erect'ion of the new Vilant is" proceedi?g uenoothly.
GREAT BOULDER PERSEVERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917
GREAT BOULDER PERSEVER ANCE. During December 13,047 tons were treated for a yield of 3464 oz. fine gold, valued at £14,798. Value re coveres er ton, 21/2.65. E1xpenditure. Mininir. -6196; cost per ton. 8/10.62. ITreatment, £76~5 1; cost per ton, 11/3.78. General exponsce. £1076; cost per: ton, 1/6.51. N Total working expenses. £15,163;i cost per ton, 21/8.92.. Development account, £271. PROGRESS REPORTS. . SOUTH KALGURLI CONSOLI DATED. Half-monthly report from Novem ber '16 to 30, 1916: Main Shaft. No. 6 Level (11 ft).--Winzo 105 ft. north (108) was sunk a further 59 ft., total depth 78 ft.; values aver aged 1I dwt. per ton over a width of 60 in. East crosscut 15 ft. south (13V) was extended 25 ft., total 77 Mt.; from 56 to 77 ft. was in ore worth b5 dwt. per ton. The total width of this ore body, measured at right angles to its strike at the point where it was intersected by the] crosscut, is 17 ft. North drive 150 ft. . east (13U) was started on the above ore body and driven 8 ft....
FEDERAL ENTERTAINMENTS TAX [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917
FEDERAL ENTERTAMIMEI&' T. IAX Attention is drawn to tthe ~egul. tion requiring all propiieocrF of en tertainments who at "an•uay I of this year were carry??ig on busin's, to register with the Deputy State Commissioner on cr beforo the 22nd ifnstaint. :Casual prcp'rietsrs (that is, persons who from tine to time or ganise charity or other entesrtain ments) and other proprietors who were not carrying on business prior to the ist instant, are required to register not "less than seven days before holding an entertainment. Both registrations referred to are obligatory, under a penalty of £50. The attention of proprietors gener ally throughout the State is again drawn to the fact that this tax came into operation on the 1st instant; that the rates of tax are: On prices ' exceeding 6d: but not exceeding 1/, ld. ; and. an additional jd. for every additional 6d. or fraction of Cd. Where proprietors are not un der bond, or where admission is not through a carrier or a mechanical contri...
THE FORTHCOMING ELECTIONS. Melbourne, Jan. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917
THE: FORTHCOMING ELEC .TIONS. Melbourne, Jan. 9. A'lth'ough :it is yet uncertain when the Fedehral eleetions will be held, the various larties are. already busily emgaged in seleoting caidi do ee and'~ooupieting their orbni. in political. ire Ies tha 'enierai opriio,! is tbha.t the sleifions will t o held unltil early In June, aid. jzudging by a 9ta*O merit made b'y the leader of the Tudor parts in the Senate; 'Senator Oakrdiaier, v},ise would appear to be also the Rof.rrinizg to t Fedora.i LaLbttor Coi;,ffeacrc which earn in Melbouirne in December Senator Gardiner said tdial` the a ek of . the.' reolution which it pa~sed with regard to tJe holding of theo oleotitona was tfai the clect on for 4he Sonate sbou'i be -o l~ostp cd. The quedtdosa now s; rý }ow tfhis, could be brcva}lt about and this 'was a mnabter for the Oovernient to _doeldo. 'I do 'not t*iiik ' added S: actor Garrdiner, "that. ;tie &,Ifieault.ie's ra inmuperahle. There, is u. X(, eral agreerment -o.wvnso .it' _...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917
CUTICURA HEALS ITCHING RAISi Trial Free byj Pos: "My trouble arose from anintolerable itching of the scalp and a rash breaking , out on my chest and back. I could not prevent myself from scratching. The rash ' "." on my chest and back canit in the form of very small pimples, then they mer ed into one another making eruptions. .. S "I had heard of Cuticura Soap and decided to give it a trial. Then I started with the Cuticura Oint ment. At the end of a fortnight I was all right again..' (Signed) Arther Gor don, The Athenaeum, 188 Collins St.,1 Melbourne, \Vic., September 1, 1915. of Free sample each by post with 32-p. Srin Book. (Soap to cleanse and Olint ment to heal.) Address post-card:a R. Towns & Co., Sydney, N. 8. W. Sold' throughout the wor'd ..