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BULLFINCH PROPRIETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917
BULLFINCH PROPRIETARY. Last month the Bullfinch Proprie tary treated 4357 tons for a yield valued at £5144. Expenditur.e, in cluding £273 on development, amounted to £4265, leaving a sur plus of £879 Shortage of labour and the holidays had a marked effect on the tonnage treated. A summary of the returns from January. 1v15. is shown below:- Tons. Value. Profit. 1915 £ £ Jan. ,....... 6,630 9,116 ,,271 Feb. . .. ,. .. 6,050 8,218 2,400 .4March .. , ., 6.542 8.341 2.217 April .... .. 6,496 8,085 3,002 May . :... 6,683 8,735 2.838 ,Juno . .... 6,35 8,007 2,215 July ... ...... 6,470 8,214 2,005 Aug. ... ..... 6,640 8,356 2.266 Sep. ......... 6180 7,634 1.996 Oct. ..... ... .. 6,390 8,046 2,553 Nov. ......... 6,100 8,024 2,272 Dec ...... ... 6,320 8,353 2.475 1916. ,Tan ... ... ... 6,210 7,227 1,626 Feb. ......... 6.010 6.734 7711 Mtirch ... ...... 6,190 6,630 485 A ril ......... 6,010 0,'!4 968 May ... ...... 6.210 6,701 1,300 June ... ..... 6,310 6.497 1,187 July............ 6.400 6,786...
WORMS. SOME STRIKING SYMPTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917
SOME STRIKING SYMPTOMS. A chi'd who is afflicted with, worms will often be in an indifferent state of health. It becomes peevish and irritable and will have a strong tenerency to pick the nose, and there will be severe itching of the lower bowel. Grinding the teeth and sud denly starting up in the sleep wi!l also be noticed. The bowels are irregular, sometimes constipated, at other times relaxed, with bloody discharges as in dysentery, and not infre quently the discharges will be in flakes and shreds, which might be taken for partly-digested food. The best proof of Worms is Worms, and if their presenc. is suspected, im mediate steps should be taken to positively establish the fact, and once established, Comatock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets should be ad ministered, according to direotions., Worms require a specific medicine, and there is no remedy so eflective as these Pellets. They kill the Worms ?destroy their eggs, and dis lodge atheir nests. CIomstock's "Dead Shot" Worms Pellets a...
"CRAZY CODERE." [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917
"CRAZY CODERE." SA Winchester telegram in a Lon don paner states: The trial'of r Lieutenant Georges Codere, the 1 young Canadian officer charged with - te murder, at Grayshott, of Ser geant Ozanne, one of the Canadian - Mounted Rifles, ended- with a. ver dict of guilty and the sentence of death. The jury were only twenty minm 1 utes considering their verdict, after a long and careful summing up by Mr. Justice Darlinig. s "Guilty" was the single word of the foreman in reply to the usual question from the Clerk of Ar-, ,raIgnsi Od&ore staggered in, the I dock. * "Simply " asked the clerk, and again the foreman answered the one significant word, and sat down in the hush of the crowded court. Sr tanding up stiffly, with folded arms, the prisoner moistened his dry; lips. "All I have got to say," he. cried harshly, "is that I am not Stl.' man who did it." "There is not the slightest doubt t you did it," said the judge. " .l the circumstances show that .this was a carefully thought...
DECEMBER OUTPUTS. EDNA MAY G.M. CO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917
DECEMBER OUTPUTS. EDNA MAY G.M. CO. During December the Edna May Co. milled 3017 tons of ore,. ant treated 2600 tons of sand and 1513 bons of slime for a yield of 3181 oz. fine gold, valued at £13,500. Expenditure. Mining, £2155; cost per ton, 14/4. Treatment, £1287; cost per ton, 8/6. . Realisation of bullion, £105; cost per ton, 8d. General expenses, £269; cost per ton, 1/9. Total working expenses, £3816; cost per ton, 25/3. Development account. £1684. Capital account, £1583. Total expenditure, £7083.
GREAT BOULDER PROPRIETARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917
t El.AT BOULDER PnEOPrltit TAY.I '.he Great Boulder Proprietary tre-ated 14;599 tons of ore and re .treated 2972 tons of old tailings last month,. for a yield valued. at £39,061. Expenditure. amaounted to £18,350 19/10, leaving a, profit of ;£20,710 012. During the month ;o668 was realised from the sale of p:.a.nt and machinery. The following is a summary of revenue, expenditure, and profit sinco January, 1915:- Value. Expd, Prof. 1915. Jan. 18,236 47,807 21,282 26,525 Feb. o 17,115 45,336 20,202 25,074 SMar.., 18,687 48.884 22,380 26,504 Apl. . 18:2661 48,171 22,141 26,030 May , 18,181 47,953 21,761 526,173 t uno. 18,610 48,589 '22,6C7 - '25,922 July -19,176 50,65 228,057 27,408 ''ug . 19.279 51.663 22,058- 29;005 aep. . 18,429 49,750 21,472 28,278 Oct.. 19,168 52,915 21.,953 30,962 Nov.. 18,630 50,653 22,016 28,037 Dec. . 15,085 43.115 18,633 24,482 191G. anu. 9.,350 27.299 15,363 11,935 Feb. 17,615 50,038 21,286 28,752 Mar . 17,991 50,075 2t.,69G 27,379 .tpi . 17,012 48,194 20,95...
THE SHAREMARKET. CLARKE & CO., PERTH. Adelaide, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917
THE SHAREMARKET. CLARKE & CO., PERTH. Adelaide, Jan. 20. Wallaroo 5516. Junction North, 7/5. &uth (paid), £7 18/6. Zinc Corporation (ord.), 14/3. Lake View and Star, buyer 1/4, sel ler 1/7. Oroya Links, buyer 4jd.. Associated, seller. 3/10. Associated Northern, buyer 1/11 Comnmodore, 3/10 (buyer 3/9, seller 3/10). Edna May, buyer 73/3, seller 75/. Edna May Consolidated -(paid), buyer 12/10,; seller 13/6; do.. (con.), 9/10, 9/11 (buyer 9/10, seller 10/). Edna May Battler (paid), buyer 6/5, seller 7/3; do. (con.), 4/10, 5/ (buyer 4/10). Edna May Central, 22/9 (buyer 22/9, seller 22/10). L Edna May Deep, 10/7j, 10/ -(buyer 10/, seller 10/10). Empreps, 9d. Great Boulder, 10/41 (buyer o103, seller 10/43). Boulder No. 1, buyer 4td. Greenfinoh (paid), 1/4 (buyer. 1j3, seller 1/4). Ivanhoe, buyer 37/. Mararoa, buyer 5/9, seller 6/. Weston's Reward (paid), seller 9d.; do. (con.), seller 3d.
ASSOCIATED NORTHERN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917
* A.SSOCIATE)D NORTHERN. 'The Associated Northern treated 8053 ?ons last month from the .Vic o.rious leases, for a yield valued at' £3807. Working expenses totalled S£3300 3/,. but expenditure- on de velopment, shaft sinking and plant *.and machinery brought the total .outlay to £4016 12/2. The loss, how Oever, was more than covered by. the profit of £&oo00 7/3 arising froin tri .Iuters' onerations on the Iron Duke lease. Following i? a summary of the re turns since December, 1914:- . Iron. . Vietorious Lenses. Duke. Treated. Yield. P. P. Tons. £ ,£ s c. 3........ 00 3282 * 128 Jan. ..... ... 2850 5120 15b3 65 Feb... ....... .2650 4556 912 ?36 Mar. ... ... . 2822 4040 347 102 Anril ...... 2822 3232 " 247 May ......... 3707 4126 631 97 June .. ... 3764 5327. 1505 595 July . ... ... 3765 -5310 :1311. 244 Aug. ... ... 3727 5247 1241 237 Sept... ..... 3855 5092 873 3-27 Oct.... ... ...3839 5089 1523 477 Nov...... .... 3647 5349 129,) 410 D)ec ........ 2991 5193 1370 598 1916. Ta...
WAR AND SUPERSTITION A CURIOUS STORY. London, Nov. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917
WAR AND SUPERSTITION -- -"-~ A CURIOUS STORY. London, Nov. 30. A remarkable revival of supersLi-' tion is one of the by-products of the war. The German papers which ieach London are ful of advertise ments of fortune-telers, masquerad ilg unuer the names or crystal gaz Crs, c.airvoyants, ana so on. We are not a bit better than the Huns in this respect; the thing is a lit tie more cloaked over here, that's all. I suppose the explanation isI that in almost all of us there is somevaiiere tying dormant a belief that" we, who live and walk and sleep, are not the only oeings who walk the eartll. In broad dayhlight we laugh ,at such nonsense, out. where is the man or woman who,; at night, under certain conditions, has not. felt an uncanny sensation of some unseen presence. boldiers' tales are proverbially looked upon with suspicion, but a few curious stories brought back from a'ian ders by invalided men are not lack ing in startling confirmation. Here! is an instance vouched for by several ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917
CLARKE & CO., SHI[AREBROKERS. ADELAIDE: Universal Buildings. Crenfell-street. MELBOURNE: A. Rutter Clarke. 311 Collins-street. PERTH: W.A. Club Buildings. St. George's Terrace. Agents in London and G'an.,,w also throughout the States. PERTHl MAN?.A\(CR. A. N. B. PRICE.
ROSENTHAL CREEK TRAGEDY Warwick (Q.), Jan. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917
1IOSENTHAL CREEK TRAGEIY Warwick (Q.), Jan. 18. The details of the sand double tragedy at the Glien, Rosenthal Creek, tell a somewhat remarkable story of unselfish devotion on the part of the two men now dead, which amounts to splendid heroism. Those two men diced in an effort to save another man. It appears that George Harry Ford and his son Robert, aged about 29, went to clean the bottom of a well, The father was lowered by the aid of a windlass worked by the son. After being at the bottom for a little while, he was overcome and called for a rope. Before he could take hold of the rope ire lost consciousness. The son ran to the house and told the women to come along. He then rushed back to the well, and without the slightest hesitation lowered himself to the bottom. Young Ford fastened his father to the eid of the rope, and gave this women the signal to haul him up, which they succeeded in doing, and sent the rope down for young Ford to use. He tied him self, and the women had. him...
THE LATE ARCHBISHOP DUNNE Brisbane, Jan. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917
THE LATE ARCHBISHOP DUNNE Brisibane, Jan. r5. 'rhe funeral of the late Archbishop )umne wad to-day very largely at tended. After Requiem Mass, the cortege left Sit. Stephen's Cat:hedral and proceeded through the. city, thence back to the Cathedral. The procession, which was headed by about 400 girls dressed in whihe and wearing black armbands, was wit nessed by thousands., The remains :were interned in a vault. The ftueral ervtice Was oonducted by ArchlbiChopo buhig, aslssted by kshop OConhor,., of Armidale,. Mesages o sympathy were riceiv d from aUll part of Australia I .'?- " ". " .. " ?.' "."? ? .-? 'S.:
MAGISTERIAL ADMINISTRATION Perth, Jan. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917
MAGISTERIAL ADMINISTRATION Perth, Jan. 10. Mr. A. S. Roe, late City Police Magiistrate, was recently appointed a Oommissioner to inquire into the :alleged grievances at Wyndham in connection with the administration of the local resident magistrate. Owing to ill health, Mr. RIoe has beer. unable to accept the Commis sion and Mr. J. Catanchini, of the Minea Department. has been ap pointed in his stec.1.
WODGIL LANDS COMMISSION'S CONDEMNATORY REPORT. Perth, Jan. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917
WODGIL LAIES COMMISSION'S CONDEMNA TORY REPORT. Perth. Jan. 16. The report of the board appoint ed to inquire into the character and the settlement of the Wodgil lands was made available to-day, by the Minister for Lands, Mr. Lefroy. The board comprised Professor Paterson, of the West Australian University, Messrs. F. S. Brock, man (Surveyor-General), W. Pater son (manager of the Agricultural Bank), and G. L. Sutton (Commis sioner for the Wheat Belt). The report generally condemns the Wodgil country, and the board has arrived at. a number of recommenda tions in connection with assistance to the settlers affected. The report states that the area described as Wodgil Land is rather extensive, though confined to the eastern agricultural districts. True, ,Wodgil is not indicative of good country. but the board did not ob-. tain sufficient evidence thati it is by itself actually bad when the land has been properly worked. So far as chemical composition is concern ed, Wodgil soils are poor...
LEONORA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917
LEONORA. Messrs. Folvig and Perkins have procured a lengthy tribute over the Ping Pong lease, owned by Messrs. Dowson and Durbridge. The pro perty has been a consistent gold producer for a number of years past (writes the "Leonora Miner"), and the present tributers anticipate sat isfactory yields for some time to come. Messrs. Bradshaw and Green wood are prospecting the upper levels at the Rajah mine, and an ticipate having a crushing ready when the Leonora State battery re sumes crushing operations. Witi, the advent of the installation -tf a pumping plant on the Gwalia Cen tral mine adjoining, it is anticipat ed that the` Rajah will be drained sufficiently to allow of the property being worked to a lower depth, which will allow of the rich shoot at that level being worked. The prospecting area adjoining the southern boundary of tue Gwalia Central mine, and owned by Messrs Lyon and Arnall, is opening up very satisfactorily, and ore of hlgh grade is now being raised. The Auckland and...
RIVERINA SOUTH G.M. MINE MANAGER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917
. R.. IVERaIL A OUTh G.M. MiNE MANAGER'S REPORT. The manager of the Riverina South G.M. Co. has issued the fol lowing review of work carried out on the property for the half-year, I ýlarch 31 to September 30so, 1916:- - Main Shaft. No. 3 (284-ft.) Levelb-Main reef The north drive has, been extended along the main reef for 117 it., tiotsl aSl ft. from. shatt; near the faoe, creosouts east and west for 6 ft.' 'wer'e put in. The reef in this level was stoped by the vendor syndicate for a di?tance of 100 ft. sou;l and 70 ft.. north from the main shaft; and from the latter point to 220 ft. north, the drive has been partly in a pegmattite bar, with ore asowing in the back of the drive. From 22.) ft. to 250 ft. the drive wes wholly in the intrusive rock, the bottom of' which came up into the drive a~ 250 ft., with ore showing under neath. At 280 ft. the bar passed overhead. The values met with in this drive were as foECws:-At 105 ft. north from the shet, the ore over .the pegnma?it bar wee...
GOLDEN HORSESHOE ESTATES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917
-'ru I Jllu.mPEic it i: i.uerlýporb for :.te halialf-rorih . afideld 1N6vb&inr 30, 1916: l1Main fhaft t Woqrkiag 2000 ft. Level.-Wiagoe .4·8 ftI southb for stope filing .pgUpOses af valnced 54 ft. 6 in., lo+tga 104 ft; 2120 ft, L"evel.--Wine6 490 ft., south for slope filling purposes a4-. vanced 7'8 Ki. tota, 93 ft. 2240 ft. Level.--l4o. 3 lode: South" drive adva?nod ;54 ft. in lode, aessay in,t 34/. for full vridth oi drive, total 714 ft. No. 3 lode.: Ea?,t crosscut; 500 ft. outh for stope. filling pa' po:!ss, star?led and adhvanced 63 ft. 2360 ft. .Level.-Winrie 21'5 . soulih for vanzuile,tion purposes ad- - vanced 51 ft., toba~a 118 ft. T'lit wslzo has holed t'a 2480. ft. lever, No. 3' lode,: ltis '215 ft. so1uk Cla.r.bed and advanced 10 ft. This" rise has holed bu vwinse 215 ft. sou i' from. 2240 ft.. level. 2480 ft. Level.---No. 4 lode: WeAb crosscu 500' ft. ucut.l-h for stope fil ing purposes, started .and a dvan.ool 5- ft No. 4 lode i. Winze 0G ft. coutdh advanced 00 ...
EDNA MAY DEEPS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917
EDNA MAY DEEJ~P, :u.td ort Lo ýFanua·ry I5:--aMin c.trd# advanced 4 ft. parallel to Ceut al bounda., ;ry, and 8 ft. distatn4 fromn. b Voundary ; all' quartz; valuteas' dm4,, :Tirnhbered minr` haft 10 f°b1o ft. :Ilevbl1 .red --b or a uU, b'o mAon o. . shaft ;.i'no walxn. Now fir ng' lot., (Coonp-mano1' nearly ready.
THE GREAT FINGALL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917
THE, 'N AI"AT FINOALL. During December the Great; Fin ga?l treated 3365 tons for a yield valued at £6478. fxpenditure amounted to £6263. The following is a suimm.rary of the returns for the past seven months : 1916. . Tons. Rev. ExV. Pro. April ... ..... 2576 2443 ..5876 May ......... 3880 5805 0635 . June ......... 43:89 '7040 6635 405 July ,, . 4200 7367 6744 523 Aug. .......... 3710 8339 7382. 957 Sept. .... ... 4910 7760 6878. 882 Oct. ......... 3816 7425 6862 5603 Nov.... ..... 3872 7488 7132. 352 6 Dec. ....... 3365 6478 6263 .215