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TRANS-AUSTRALIAN WORKERS DEPUTATION TO MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917

TANS-AUS T.ALIAHN WO lIUES DEPUTATION TO MINISTER. Messrs: J. lockard (president)and .Mr. Costello (organiser), of the trans-Australian branch of the A.W.U., waited on .the Federal Minister for Public Works (Senator P. J. Lynch) on Thursday afternoon in order to discuss matters at issue between-the union and the Common wealth Railway Department, Mr., Costello raid the first matter was the payment of ''dirt money." The Minister said he would ratify the promise given by one of his pre decessors (Mr. Archibald) that "dirt' money" would be paid from Septem ber, 1915. ' Mr. Costello asked that trades men's labourers should be treated the same as tradesmen in the mat ter of the away-from-home allow Ance, and also the same as -trades men in the matter of shifts. Senator Lynch thought those points could be conceded. Mr. Costello brought up the ques tion of giving men who had not re sumed work holiday pay for Christ mas Day, Boxing Day and New Xear's Day, on the ground that they had not rest...

Publication Title: Western Argus
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COASTAL RACING. CANNING PARK. Perth. Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917

COASTAL RACIcG. CANNING PAltK.. Perth. Jan.: 14. - The Canning Park Turf Oiib held a meeting at IHelena Vale .on Satur day. The weather wa.s on the warm side. There was a fair . atenda?ne. The ra~ring track was in good or der and, although a' couple of- f£; vourites got home, the bookmakers must have had a wminnin day. Miss Bob cap!ured the Park Handicap in good style, while .Azamor, a ?.hort price favourite. mi?sed a? plaee. No - nquiries were held by the stewards. The following are .details of re sults : JUMPERS' FLAT RACE.. One mile: Budge.y Value, by Valala--Lubnba, 8;9 (Chand.er)....... ....... i. Bundorrie. 9.10 (O'Dea) ... ...... 2 :Sir Rhubarb, 11.7 (Black) ... .. ... 3 Others: Cap and Bells (Barden), Bombardier (Heron),S ylvanium (An drews), Renouncement (Fletcher). - Betting: S to S agst Budgery Value, 3. to 1 Cap and Bells, 5 to. L Sylvanium, 0 to 1- Sir Rhubarb, 10 to 1 Bundorrie and others. To'talisator.-- eýraight-o.ut: Inveet e.1, £108; dividend. £1 19/. .Place: Inves...

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GOLDFIELDS RACING KALGOORLIE RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917

GOOLD 'mILDS RIACING :KLGO ?LIE RACING CLUB. W11e weathgr -was delightfully j.leasant on Saturday afternoon last, rad there was a good attendance at 2the.. January meeting of the IKal goorlie Racing Club. The track was in good .going order, field .were fairly larrre, and the racing. through out proved close and interesting. The times were a little on the slow side, -but this was accounted for by the fact that the ranger, Mr. Jack Wilkinson, having the com fort of patrons in view, had liber ally sprinkled the track with water, in order to keep down the dust. The enclosure is looking very at tractive, whilst the arrangements of secretary A. V .-Kewney, and a cap able staff,, leftt little to be desired. The racing on the wihole was fair ly clean, but the stipendiary steward (Mr. Harry Raven) opened and ad journed inquiries 'into the running of Devon Lass, and Haliburton, in the First-Division Handican. The former inquiry will be further dealt with' at 3 p.m. to-day. "whilst that of Hal...

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TROTTING. KALGOORLIE - BOULDER CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917

XALGOORLIE - BOtLDER CLUB. "There was a fair attendance at the meeting oF the Kalgoorlie Boulder Trotting Cliub lasta night: The steward decoded .: n?to ~ccept. the nomination of Oscar fir tae future. After the race for the Gold fields Handiap the: driver of Elee tric Bells (Co bnrn) entered a. eom plaint against Starkie, driver of the winner, Dolly Grey, for inter-. .ference. and the inquiry was ad-1 jour-ned until 5.15 p.m., to-day. The. following were the. results:- JANUARY HANDICAP. One mile and a hall Dorrie-Cleve,, 35'yds. bhd. (Blink horn) ... 1...... Somerton, 245 yds. bhd. (John= son) ..................... 2 Dolly Grey, 255 yds. bhd. (Starkie) ......... ....... ...... Othere: Zindown, Boolooroogoo, SCharming Rebel, Letty Lind~ V Ic Regal. Patrole. Betting: 2 to 1 aget, thd winner. Dlividends: Straight-out, £3. 35/; place 1/, /.. 23/. Wosn by four lengths. '£ine, 4 min. - see. BOULDER HANDICAP. One mile and a quarter. Osterley K., 190 .yds. bhd. (Green) 1 Telluride, 85 . yde...

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SENATOR LYNCH AND A.L.F. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917

SENATOR LYNCH AND A.L.F. I Senator Lynch, when interviewed l yesterday with reference to the offi cial statement made by the execu tive of the Eastern Goldfields Coun cil of the A.L.F. regarding the inci dent which -occurred at Wednes day night's meeting, remarked that he had read the statement and was y sorry to see that the executive had described it as a faithful summary i of what happened. Most of that statement he endorsed as .correct but as usual there were a few vital points in it that were astride of the truth. For instance, the reference to himself as having freely showered epithets on the audience was not correct. The proof of that lay in the fact that the chairman repeatedly requested members of the council, who had used abusive expressions towards him (Senator Lynch) to withdraw. If he had used strong and forcible language in replying it was only because of the extreme provocation he had received. For instance, the words "sooner" and "traitor" and "twister" were ap plied...

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COASTAL RACING. BICTON. Perth, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917

COASTAL RACING. BICTON. Perth,. Jan. 10. Races were held at Bicton to-day. The following were the results : FOURTH DIVISION. HANDICAP. Five furlongs and a quarter. British Duke, 8.8 (Hyde) ...1.... 1 Spark, 8.7 (Sibbritt) ........... 2 Levuka, 7.7 (Conway) ... ....... 3 Seven other starters. Betting: 7 to 4 agst. the winner. .Dividends: Straight-out, 13/ Place, ', 8/, 17/. • Won by half a. length. Time, 1 rain. 13 sec. THIRD DIVISION HANDICAP. Five and a quarter furlongs. Ida, 7.10 (Leroy) ... ... .. ..... I silver Gte e, 7.5 (Hurst) ......... 2 linkfield 8.8. (#?onnor) ... ...... 3 ".Nine othbr starters.. - Betting': 5 to 2 apet.. Loch Alma, 0 to 1 the winner. iivideaqthi t , rpighb-g~o 1j Place,3/. 187/, 13 /. Won by half a length. Time, 1 usn. ..12 sec SwCOTD' DnISION HANDICAP. Six furlongs and a quarter. MRma's: 4eam 8.3 (Casserley) ... 1 '?ig'g , ounL; 9.3 (Bowring) ... 2 Lord neavy.1 - (Sibbritt) ......... 3 Seven other starters. Betting: 4, to I agst. King-s Coem set or Load ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917

housands have idney Tro e and Don't Know It. Thousands have kadney trouble end "don't know it," because it comes on so quietly. To all appearances the patient may be in good health except ,for an occa sional btackache and- a heavy, drowsy feeling, But before the disease is much further advanced there are sharp, sheoting pains in the loins a?nd back; the swaer :i cloiudy and' gravelly; the, patient. may have to keep. getting up in the night to, relieve the bladder, or there may be distress in seeking relief, and partial stoppage. -then the limbs begin to swell with water (dropsy); there may be rheumatism. or lumbago. A, thorough course or Doan's Backache Kidney Pills should be taken to re lieve inflammation a.id con gestion of the kidneys, and to restore the natural ac tion of the kidneys, promot ing a free flow by which the poisonous impurities' are flushed out of the system. - $ Everg Pidwre - e, ,r The aching back warns you-The rheumatic twinge-The lumbago pains--That tired, drows...

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THE RAID ON GREEK SHOPS [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917

THE RAID ON CREEK SHOPS The Federal Minister feor Public Works .(Senator P.. 3.: Lynh) was waited upon Wednesday by a deau -a~tin of residents of Klgoorlie. 'Th .deputation was introduced by {bie mayor (Mr. 1I. W. Davidson),, ho said that mobt of those present jd- lost a great dtal through a ti?id that had been made upon schops occupied by Greeks, and they 4esired to approach the Minister to a.sk that the Federal Government s?hotdd grant them some measure of relief. Mr.. Jonathan Morris said that they approached Senator Lynch, not only as a. Minislber but as one of 'heir representatives in the Federal Parmament, to ask for his support or' this request. He (Mr. Morris) _tads? personaly suffered through the ~aid to the extent of over £150 on saoeount of damages to three shope belonging to him. He had asked lthie State Military Commandant for compensation,but ha officer would not recognise the claim on the 'ground that Ithe demonstbration against the Greeks was nob organ niased or cont...

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DISTURBANCE IN A HOTEL [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917

DISTURBANCE IN A HOTEL * Charles Karlson and Alexander Olsen, two Swedes, were charged in ahbe Police Court, Kalgoorlie, Wed nesday morning with creating a dis. turbance in the Savoy Hotel on January 9; with damaging a screen, valued at £1, the property of Tho mas Brain; and with assaulting Henry Sparks. Mr. Cook appeared for the prose cution. Thomas Brain, licensee of the Savoy Hotel, said he was not on the premises at the time of the dis turbance.- ' When he left, the screen was in good order. but it was bro ken when he returned. Evidence was given by Henry Sparks to the effect that he went to the hotel with a friend named Harold Eddy and another man. Whilst in the bar the two accused entered and spoke to Eddy's friend who was an old acquaintance oi theirs. They asked this man, who was described in the court as "the tall man," to have a drink, and he said he had a few friends-pointing to witness and Eddy. One of the Swedes said he did not drink with strangers and witness said to E...

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BOULDER TOWN HALL [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917

BOULDOE TOWNI HALL The leading goldfields artist were appreciated -at the Boulder Town Hall on Wednesday night in the concert they gave m aid of the Gcldfields Patriotic Fund. The well. caosen programme gave good scope fuor he display of some choice vocale elocutionary, said instmumene?tal -tab ent, and not one item would de w thout an encore. Miss Jean Loeis wat' as charming as ever in her several numbers, the first (a) "A Pearl for Every Tear"; (b) "The Way Home" (Liddle) winning for her the'opportunity t0~give "I won de- if ever the rose," which was equally as enjoyable as her fist song: Her second ppearance - was in the "Hindoo- Sog," with 'cello obhgato by Mr. -S. Smith, and her rendering of .Bemberg's melody was very grsaifyin . "HIome, Sweet Hiome," 'as exquisitely given as a recsll. Mrs. Percy Swanson' was in good voice, and ".'' 3Bacio" (Arditi) tra= followed with the encore nuim' be:-' "Coming Thro' the Rye" in which she excaled herself. Later shle sa Bishop's "Tell me, ma...

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CIVIC RECEPTION AT BOU[?]ER SENATOR LYNCH AND PARTY WELCOMED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917

CIViC RECEPTION AT 9o00 r SENATOR LYNCH AND PARTY WELCOMED. A werl-attended civic welcome was extended, yesterday, by the' Mayor and councillors, and ptominent citi zens of Bdiidder, to Senators Lynch, De Largie, anid - Buzacott, and Mr. J. Cornll, NM.L.C., 'Includ-. ed amongst those piesent were the Mayor of Kalgooilie (Mr. H. W. Davidson), Crs.. Morpom, Bradley and Sadler, Messrs. Lapsley, J. Butler, J. G. Williams, R. Knowles, Trotter, A. Hilton, J. Boyland, G. Boyland, McQuilken, Budge, J. Orr. Barbour, . M. Jor dan, Finlayson, Wiles, Drs. Irwin and Connelly, and the Rev. Mr. Sullivan. Apologies were 'received from Crs. Rainstord, Northey, J. Reed, the secretary and chasirman of the Kalgoorlie Roads Board, and Messrs. Hunt. Saxon Lee, and D. Dick. The Mayor, in proposing the toast of the "Minister for Works and Railways,"' congratulated :him on his appointment. Senator Lynch, he said, had the courage of his con victions and- he was the right man in the ri hth ulace. They could n...

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A.W.U. CONFERENCE Perth, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917

A.W.U. CNFERENCE ' Perth, Jan. 8. The .biennial conference of the , Australian Workers' Union, West Auntralian branch, was held in the Trades Hall bo-day, in tihe presence of over 75 delegates from all parts of the Sltate. The result of the ballot for the election of officers, which closed on December 31, was annotunced as follows: General President: B. Hocking, 948; W. Roche, 755. Organisers (five required): M. Gosteto, 1468; J. O. Butler, 1228; H. Hall, 1085; J. McNamara" 1055; W O'Brien, 998; J. Butler, 830.; -T. Crawford. 767; F. J. Ryan, 648; R. Williams 370 ; J. Snell. 354. Executive douncillor: J. C. Butler, 929; . G. Butler, 4554; W. RoIyey, 380. Delegates A.W:tT. Convention (t'we. required) - A. .. Watts, 1303; J.. C. Btsiler, 877; T. McNa??ra, 563; J. ;Beamish., 407 ; .T. Crawford, 385. Agenda. .Committee: Cropper; Gatoe, Hickey; M]air;" and Johnson. The- ballot in thisb State for the selection bf a 'general president of the exeutive of~:the orgaiirsa.tion resulted as foll...

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ENORMOUS WAR PROFITS London, Nov. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917

ENORMOUS WAR PROFITS l (From Our Special Representative.) London, Nov. 30. Certain industrial undertakings are making enormous profits. Here. is a list of public comp?anies, w th their pronounced pcofits for ihis year, the figures in brackets being. their pre-war. standard profits:--A. and F. Pears (soap), £90.400. (£66, 550)! Arnold Van den Bergh (coop ers), £98,700 (£30,200); British Thomson Jiouston (electrical :en gineers). £59,000 (£4400); Bryant &Ph Miay (matches), £144.900 (£126,500); Callender's Cable :(electrical), £113, 300 (£94,500); Cope Bros. (tobacco), £86,000 (£670.); General Electric, £196,300 (2151.600); Godfrey Phil lips (tobacco), £8:.600 (£24,000); (umnness (brewers). £1,581,500 (£1. 2i3,900); "Shell" Transport (petro!), £1,727,900 (A1.370.150); Spillers -and Bakers (millers),. £217.400" (£166,000); Union Cold Storage. £248,200 (£138, 400): Joseph Watson (soap), £122, 000 (£90,000); British Cotton and Wool Dvers.,163.600 (£86.000); C!i co Printers, £68? 4...

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FRENCH MUNITION WORKERS London, Nov. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917

FRENCH MUNITION. WORKERS (From Our Special Representative). London, Nov. 30; . Ten very earnest, very eager, and very much occupied French women, i each with a bassard of. tri-?oloured? ribbon .oni her left arm -arrived this.' iveek at the Hotel ecil. They .were ! the depusttatioi of. munition workers selected by .the French Governmi?ett' to visit British munition works, ana they had already spent a week in visits to Glasgow, Birminghain,Dud ley, • and other northern industrial centres. The Whole of the last' seven , days -of the tour is to be spent in London. There is only. on single wou.aig:m i t.he ;party All the married "women have soldier hus-.. bands, two of whom are prisoners in Germany. and the deputation con sists entirely of experts.. One mem ber, Mm. Marie Hamon, has been in a minntiion factory not merely for. the period of the war, b?ut for the past.30 years, aild may be said to know nearly all there is to be known about most of the processes. Our tour .so far has been a...

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BEER AND SUGAR SHORTAGE London, Nov. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917

BEER AND SUCAR SHORU CE .London, Nov. 30. .1i: may surprise Kalgoorlie house wives to learn that every pound of sugar Londoners buy now p-aotica1 ly costs them 2/6. A maximum price wa,3 fixed by the Government earl.: in .the war, butt grocers have; go': over that by practica:ly refus ing to sell sugar unless..a consider a Cble quantity of goods, mostly at fancy values, are purchased at the Psame time. This exploitation oft1 small. houseke:.pers is very serious in cases whcr3 the income is limit ed, without any possible hope of increase from war work. It means either going without sugar entirel , I or spending money thit, is soreJy ' ieead': for: other purposes. " Another section of the popus;ation are sorely grieved at the shortage of beer. It is hot uncommon for a uman to go into a, public-house now adays. and, after ordering a pin of. beer, to receive the rePly froni mine bhat.: "'Only half-a-pint. I ha ve.g.ot to make the stock go r ound. ?l s eiplanation is piven by a. mebr of t...

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NORSEMAN Norseman, Jan. 5. New Mail Mo[?]or Servce. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917

ISSEMAtI - . 'orseman, ?,an.- 5. New Mail Mo or Servee. The . Postal Department has ac septed the tender of Mr Woodh.,tus, f .Kalgoorlie, for af bi-weekly mail service, try motor, between ..Coolgar ',ie and Norseman, and the first mail .arrived well up to., time on Tuesday 2nd inst... The mail will in future close at Noraenian on Wed nesday and Sal urady morning at, 8 a.m., -leaving at 8.30 a.m., returning an' Tuesdayqand Friday at 4.30 p.m. The action of the' postal authorities in thi revertiig to two mails_ per week,' after a short, experience of one service only, is greatly appre ciared by the residents. With the two motor services and the weekly train on Thursday ,travellers will in future have three days per week on which they. may visit Norseman. Welcome Social to Returned Soldier On .December 28 a social and dance was tendered by the Ancient Order of Foresters to Private J. J. Brancher, who recent.ly re?urned' from the front, invalided home. A -pleasant evening was spept by. ...

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LT. COL. ALLEN LEANE [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917

LT.-COL. ALLEN LEANE The sad news was received in Kal goorie yesterday of the death from wounds on January 4 of Lieut.-Col onel Allen W. Leane. The late Lieut.-Colonel Leane was one of five   sons of Mrs. A. Leane; of Prospect South Australia, and a brother of Mrs W. Taylor, of 98 Addis-street, Kalgoorlie. He was 44 years of age, and was well-known on the fields, where for some years he occupied a   position as clerk in Pellew and     Co.'s drapery establishment, and was for one season president of the bowling club. Prior to enlisting about two years ago he was in busi ness in Perth as a mercantile and in- dent agent. Since his boyhood he   had been an enthusiast in military matters, and left Australia holding the rank of captain. The late Lieut. Colonel saw several months' active service at Gallipoli with the   28th Battalion, and had also been fighting in France since the arrival of the first Australians...

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NORSEMAN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917

H8OlERAL MUNIMCPAL 80tibtI The -ordisary forzirglit.y meeting of the Norseman Manicipal Coun cil was held on December 27, when the Mayor (Mr. J. R. -doho'ey) pre sided,.and there were also present Or.. Johns, Macmillan, Mathers, and .Merson. Cr. .. V. W. Mathers, who was returned unopposed .at the recent by-election, was forma, y sworn in, and was heartily welcomed back to ':h couneil table by the Mayor and several coincillors. Mr. T. J.- Carr, Who recently re presented the council as a deputa tio- to th .-Commissioner of Rail ways, wrote stating that he- had been infirmed by the Commissioner that Attle '-desired , alteration had been duly approved of. It was de cided to thank Mr. 'Carr for his ser vices in this connecti-n. It was decided that the Dundas Roads Board, whiich had written ti e oounc?l offering their co-opera rbion, be informed that the council was in' touch with the Minister, and' intended securing all infornietion possaibe as to the scope. of the pro posed conference ...

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PRISONERS OF WAR WORK OF THE Y.M.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917

PRISIO EJBS 'F ..WAI , WORK OF THE Y.M.C.A. r A prisoner of war in enemy coun- t try, and only a common private at f that. The position (says Mr. E. R. Peacock, Australian Commissioner -I Abro.ad for the Association) cannot a be a happy one in any circum- r stances. Loved ones far away; the f excitement of the combatant a thing i of the past; the future all uncei- t tain, a long dreary wait of months c or years; himself Loaned out to aliens for menial labour at id. a ' aay; reports of the progress of the I war distorted to discourage .and de- t tress him; a subject of almost pa- 1 tural exultation on the part of on- : loukers or officials 'who are brought i in contact with him. As we stand I at the roadside and see these .pri- I soners of war march past under i guard-dirty, unkempt, 'ragged, dis- ` spirited, line upon line, hundreds and even thousands of them--com- n mon humanity awakens pity and sympathy; but it is beyond most people to do anything to ameliorate their wretched cond...

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THE PREMIERS' CONFERENCE Melbourne, Jan. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 16 January 1917

THE PREMIERS' CONFERENCE Melbourne, Jan. 9. In the words of one of those pre sent at the Premiers' Conference, to-day, there was a "wrangle over the details of the land settlement scheme;"- The sub-committee, which is endeavouring to draft the details of the scheme, held a meeting this morning, and afterwards the subject was, discussed by all of the Premiers and Ministers attending the confer .nce, the Repatriation Fund officials and 'representatives of the Federal Ministry. The- oicial statement made by the chairman of the conference.Sir Alex. Peacock. was that the conference had, generally, agreed upon a scheme, thouch -it was not yet com plete. He had no doubt that a complete agreement- would be arriv ed at, and that a good scheme would be -the -result -of- the. deliberations. The sub-committee on repatriation would meet at 10 a.m. to-morrow, and would report- to the ' conference. which would assemble an hour later. The, repatriation trustees would also meet, and the Premiers wou...

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