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AUSTRALIANS IN ACTION ROLL OF HONOUR WEST AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES. Perth, Jan. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917

AU8$TRAi.IANs8 IN ACTION ROLL OF HOH0i:B - WEST AUSTR~ALIAN- GCASUAL;: ... TIES . h Perth. Jan. 17. . ...The 265th list of casualties- among West Australian troops serving with the A.I.F. is published here Sunder:- WEST AUSTRALIA.. DEATHS. Lieut.-Col. A. W.- Leane, Pepper mint Grove, died of wounds; Pri vates T. Fellowes, Charters Towers, died of illness at Menzies (W.A.), previously reported dangerously ill ; 3.. P. Lynch, Adelaide died of ill-' ness. MISSING. Privates J.. White, -Leederville, and wounded, previously reported wounded; G.- E. Jones, South Bro ken Hill (N.S.W.) '-and -wounded, eviously. reportedl- wounded G. McCallurm, Scotland, and wounded, previously reported wounded ? - F. Brewer, East. Fremanitle, and wounded,' . previousl.v .y reported 'vouinded H. Marshall, Albert.Park (Vie.), and wounded, previously re poited wounded ; Sergeant W. Mack, Melbouirie (Vie.), and. Wound ed, previously reported wounded. SPRISONERS OF. WAR... Laince-Corporal E. 3. Stratton : -East F...

Publication Title: Western Argus
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FEDERAL RECRUITING SCHEME [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917

FEUERAL IBECBUTING SCHEa~i I--- -~ the new scheme of recruiting, which is being put into opeatlionto I keoep up the necessary stream of recruits to reinforce the Australian divisions at the front, was cixp!ain ad yesterday by Mr. J. Gornell, I M.L.O., who has undertaken to help i ,tn getting the movement started on. the goldfields. "The scheme as aubamitleed by Mr. I Donald McKinnon,M.L.A.., Director General of Recruiting;" he said, "provides for (1) a State committee scheme; (2) a comoui?tee within each Feedoral division; (3) .sub-committees or local recruiting oommnimttees wilLtiin each Federal division. The Federal members for the division may be ex-oflicio members of the divisional committees, an.d provision is also made for Senators and inem bers of the Stake Parliament to be, .lso members. ex-officio. The divi.. sional committees will b i subordi (sate to the S'tate committee, and the local recruiting oom.mitteesa will, iu turn, be subordinaste 'o the divi n onal. It has been ...

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BLACKLISTING OF BUTCHERS COMPULSORY EARLY CLOSING. Sydney, Jan. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917

BLCKliSTNIN .OF OJUTCHERS . COm(PUfSO.RY EARLY CLOSING-. Sydney!, 3an. )'. 0-J., feeb the Minister for Labw ou-r aiin Industries said. to-day that his depar.unent. ha4. decided (,o take elegl actmion -i cominection with. the h lack: liitink of certain r~etail hut !cihers'_. 51I ms. ti; 33ee by iRl ated· that having. fail ed iii: aln. al'mpt to- pro-vclt anuy, 44I"op engFS sipen until b . 1 3 i0 t: ·.e° 4 eat li ýrjloye.ee'' "'Union , u'l tI~t. ; cI t~he aid of nlaug.thermeeii %ho caused- no',.ce ti.be served On.nch&' eaio 1 cautch s, that 'their would .not kill for: aeny of those v410o serIvCd the sb4hjBj din "qucstion. In.n oonscqience . - t.inccitqy. shos h td kagreeid, un.dae prom?(, to clasOpi 0ti five p, uL

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BOULDER CONTINUATION SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917

BOULDER CONTINUATION 1 SCHOOL. Martha Angwin, shorthandd; Wil-' lianr Bourke, commercial English; Ella Bartram, arithmec; Water Cocks, industrial and domeetic Eng li~h, metalwork; Alex. Crutchett,' industrial and domestic English (dis tinrction) maithematics, woodwork, metalwvork ; Ivy Crdwbll, in diistrial and domestic -Engl.h, dreescutting. millinery ; John Conway, commercial Enfglish; Eva Conroy commercjal English; Thel ma - gon, commercipl English - Parkin Dawson, commercial En ig lish, bookkeeping (distinction) Tonm SDavies,, commercial English: Belle Dunlop, industrial and djmestic English (distinction), dresscutbing; Hilda Daniel. industrial and domes tic English; Joe. Embleton. codm mercial, English, arithmetic; Elsie Fenton, industrial and domenstic English .(distinction),millinery; John .Godfrey, commercial English (dis tinction); George Gardner. com mercial English; William Glasson. industrial and domestic English (distinction), woodwork; Dan. Her lihy, commercial English...

Publication Title: Western Argus
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CONSERVATION OF WATER RAILWAY REQUIREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917

CONSERVATION-f WA TERi RMAILWAY REQUIREMENTS.t, The Goldfields Wair .Supply ad ministration agreed a long while ago to charge the trans-Aust.ralian :ral way authorities at the..rate of .713 per thousand gallons for scheme water for quantities up. to. 20,000 gallons daily and 5(6 per. thousand galions for supplies i.n excess of that quantitty. At . a later period, the I Comnmonwealthproposed to consiruact dams at a poiunt adjacent-to the Bulong-road, between two and three miles out from .Kalgoorlie, with the object of conserving the large bodies of water which falls throughout the. rain season. Negotiatiohs to that Snd were brought . under- the. noticj of the .Water Supply administration, with the result . that a. notice . mas sent to .the Commonwealth asthori .ties that was tantamount to a tlhiteat that if the dams were proceeded with and the .conserved water madeId ise of -the -price of schetnme water' Ssupplies would be raised to 15/ paert thousand gallons This notification had th...

Publication Title: Western Argus
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A DOMESTIC TRAGEDY Melbourne, Jan. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917

; A DOM ESTIC 1RAGE Y Melbourne,, Jan. 16. Edmund CharleA Witren .(32s),- a labourer, ,shot his soon -Janmee, aged ten years, at ?-oruia urra, yester day.l? and efterwards shot . bmself. Tue boy died a few hours later, and Warren .ie now fin the Melbourne H!ospital, in a serious condition. From, a statement made to tnc police by Mrs. Warren, it appoars Liat -her husband was at times pe ciliar in his manner, and had, or: several odoasions, proposed that they should end their' lives togo. her..' Warren - was . seen by hi? edaugh er, Evay aged eight years, in front o f the. bedroom yesterday afternoon, with a ;.W.inchester rifle in his hand. ' She .told her mother. and Mrs. Warren left the house: with' two of the chil'den. The boy -Jamies who had =been: an Imbecile from birth, was lyin 'on a sofa. in tih kitchen Sh ortly lfter leaving the house' she heard two reports of t rifle, and, sent- a messenger for her brother-in-law, who found -the father and son' on the floor, oeach wvith a' b...

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FEDERAL POLITICAL SITUATION Melbourne, Jan. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917

fEDERAL POUiTICAL ITUA Tar" n e i-i -?i"T .....a- n 'at y .-e to Cdon.ider.. the Afedc'al p.uolilc'li si.ittioni, ahid to" endctilvoUi t". din-. co'Ver a means by- which the pre.tint unhstable ocsition' might be ove'r cd'me. AlthoughjtJIo utmost secrecy is observed by all present at - the ie?tinii a: to 'tlhe details of what dook place there, - it a understood that Mr. Hirghigs was :empowered to offer to the Liberal party equal rep redeiitation viith the MinisterialistsI in the Ceibinet, and that the mornm hers of the present Ministry ex pressed . their willingness to place their resignations in' his hands in order that. he might select those. of thevirnhom. he desired to 'incorpor-i ate& in the proposed" National Ca inet. . ' ThiL. deoijio6i' simply amounted to' a confirmtion tof the suggestionse subinitted to the leader of the Lib eral piirty, Mt. ' Cook, by Mr.. Hughes, and approved by the whole of . the mezibers of the- Cabinet; Howevei, it ciannot be regarded as tl siUr...

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MILITARY APPOINTMENTS Melbourne, Jan. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917

MILITARY APPOINTMENTS Melbourne. Jan. 18. The Minister for Defence. Senator Pearce, re-ferring to-day to the re organisation consequent upon the return to Australia from the front of a number of permanent officers, said the following changes in ap pointmen:.s have been decided upon, to take effect as from February 16 next :-Brigadier-General C. L. Lee, now District Commandant, Queens land, will take up the position of District Commandant, New South Wales. Hon. Brigadier-General Sellheim, now Adjutant`-General, will take up the position of District Commandant, Victoria, with tlhe temporary rank of Brigadier-Gen eral. Hon. Brigadier-General Irv ing. now Commandant, South Aus tralia, will take up the posit?ion of District Commandant, Queensland. Lieut.-Col. HIon. Brigadier-General J. K. Forsyth will take up the posi tion of District Commandiant, South Australia. In view of the lapse of duties in regard to the recent proclamation under the Defence Act. and, other malters for which the o...

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FEDERAL POLITICAL SITUATION Melbourne, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917

FEDERAL POLITICAL SITUA TION ,... --. - c---,. --- . Melbourne, Jan. 19. The Federal political situation has at last advanced definitely towards a solution. Both the Ministerial and the Liberal parties have ex pressed their agreement with the proposal to establish a National Go vernment representing the three parties now in the House, and an invitation has been extended to the party which is led by Mr. Tudor, to be represented at a conference at an early date, with the object of form ing such a Ministry. The next. move is, therefore, with the Tudor party. If that party agrees to as sociate itself in the formation of a. National Cabinet, the life of Parlia ment will almost certainly be pro longed for the duratien of the. war. If, on the other .hand, the. official Labour party declines to have-any thinm to do with the proposed National Cabinet, the position. re verts to the stage at which the Ministerial -and Liberal parties open ed up negotiations ailittle while, ago. Something would...

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THE Western Argus PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. KALGOORLIE, JANUARY 23, 1917. A NATIONAL FEDERAL MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917

THE estferr Argut PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. KALGOORLIE, JANUARY 23, 1917. A NATIONAL FEDERAl MINISTRY. Whent the existence of Australia cin common with the whole Empire is.at stake, the petty squabbling and scheming of party politicians with their miserable pereonal ambitions, excite:; the contempt of every right thinking man and woman. The days were brightest for Rome when None was for a party; Than all were for the State. But there never was a time when there was greater need for that con dition of affairs to exist, not only throughout the Commonwealth but also throughout the civilised world, than to-day. In most of the belli gerenrt countries the best and most experienced legislators and adminis trators have sunk their differences and paltry feuds and united in face of the common peril. Unfortunately :there are one or two countries where this does not apply, and one of these countries is Australia. The proposal that has been made that tihe leaders of the three parties in Federal p...

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PARLIAMENTARY OVERLANDERS Adelaide, Jan. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917

" PARLIAMENTARY. OVEIRLANDERS:' Adelaide, Ja n; .-. .Senator ;Lynch- and party arrived in Adelaide -td-rnight, after "'having *traversed tlibe east-west railway. from- Kalgoorlie to iPort. Augusta. When interviewed, Seniator Lynch said' thalot -the trip occ~ipied five dyA.." With the exception of :113 •iales, the whole . of. i"t W"s on the. railway." Ninety miles weie..covered" by motor, and 23' miles hby butggy. The weather conditions were remark ably cool. On ltihe westerni section 4o the line 533 inies have been oonm pleted, and on the eastern section, 404' miles. `A gap of 114 miies, re mains to be oomstructed.. Work hasi besen suspenided on the: eastern sec tion owing to the snchity of rails, - and 700 men were put off.: The line h'.?ould be opened for traffic in Jily. The total oost, will. be about £7,000. 000." The original. estimae. was * £4,000,000. ." Near Kalgoorlie the o.untry: is thickly timbered and. auriferous: Then follows malice and' myali country. 'After that, lian...

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A FRUIT INDUSTRY SOME INTERESTING FIGURES. Perth, Jan. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917

A F IUIT INDUSTIY SOME INTERESTING FIGURES. Perth, Jan, 17. "At ' meeting of the council of thle W.A.- Fruitgrowers' Association to-& day, the Fruit Iindustries.C:.ommi-. sioner, Mr, J. F. Moody, stated thli, Russia desired closer business: rel?, tions with Australia, and suggested that- steps be taken to. make . full inquiries into the matter. 'it. was decided to obtain more. detailed in formation from the Russian Consul. A. paper on organisation and' co operation in the friuiit indiustry wae afterwards read by the. Fruit Com missioner. He scobuted the idea, tha. over-production. was yet in ksight- in West Australia.... For the year: ended Juii"e30y: 1.916, no lasis i than £-131,591 :'imorth1 of canned amnd pre served fruits and 45.,778 worith of dried 'fruits were ir"?jorted, anid :ho1w could they speak of over-piroduction in the" face of these facts 1 .No . State in the Commonwealth was less i.elf-contained than West Australia, STghey had at. iresent '24,000 acrer . under...

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WESTONIA GOLDFIELD. Westonia, Jan. 18. Prospecting on Private Land. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917

WESTON1A GOLDFIELD. Westonia, Jan. 18. Prospecting on Private Land. During the past few days a por tion of the business area of Weeto-I nia town site has been pegged acs a mining tenement by a local prospec t.or, Mr. John Ryan, on behalf of himself and certain shareholders in a locally financed prospecting syndi cate. Immediately adjoining the esaii area anomther mining tenement,' ecmbraing a poition of a reserve, has also been pegged by the man age:- of a local trading company. The mining regulations make full provision for mining leases and prospecting areas being occupied under oestain conditions for busi ness purposes or as residential areas. In Ryan and party's case, the prospector has received a per mit from the owner of the business area to prospect., consequenitly if business is intended by the prospec tor little difflioulty should be experi enced in obtaining a clear title to mine for gold. It is reported that within the area of the pegged ground many "float ers" carrying g...

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A LADY'S LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917

A LADY'S LETTER My Dear Mary,-Oh, it's hot, very, very hot, but notwithstanding.i the temperature, which was o'er 112 it did not deter the women fruom rushing madly to "rag sales" that took place yesterday morning. Nu merous and tempting were the goao.sh displayed, and the price. was right. as the advertisements say. Oie large window that had in the ealY. mornming been full of frocks, etc., bore. evidence of the mad. wild rush. that tobk place; only the denuded. stands were left-nothing else. All. day long a constant. stream_ of eager buyers came and went. .each bear ing away parcels that contained the coveted. bargain, for what woman can resist a bargain l' It's thel breath of life to most of us. I al most forgot to mention that "mere man" was also in the wild rush, and yet they say it's only we wo men that are bargain hunters. All I can: say is that the men were in the thick of it on Thursday morn ing. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Macleod, with their daughter, and Mrs. Macleod. senr., left ...

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CONTINUATION SCHOOLS RESULTS OF FINAL EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917

CONTItIATI ON SCHOOLS : RESULTS OF FINAL EXAMINA TIONS. Folloiwmg are the results of the recent finl exaninations in connec tidiit with the Continuation Schools at Cdolgardie, Kalgoorlie, Boulder, va l Onia,:-. OOOLGARDIE. Jack Minchan, industrial and do anesbic English (distinction) wood work ; Sylvia Minchan commercial English ; shorthand; Rita McClou nan, ..omnmercial English ; lynl MýRosbie, oomnierci'al En g ;h Olive Reed, commercial English i Gwen Sanders, commeroial English; Horace Wdlliaans, industrial and do .mestic English, woodwork; Henry Wison. industrial and eommencial. 'English, woodwork; Charles Woods, comiEme ncial arithmetic; Lionel Smith; ,'shorthand, arithmetic; Victor Smith,: industrial and domes-' ti& English. KALGOORLIE CONTINUATION SCHOOL.' . Florrie Armstrong, industrial and domestic English (distinction); Reg. Abbott, induitrial and domestice English (dilstinction),. matematics, woodwoik; W. Atiwell, commercial English ; Daphne .Anderson, short-. han...

Publication Title: Western Argus
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FATALITY AT APPLECROSS Perth, Jan. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917

FATALITY AT APPLECROSS Perth. Jan. 15. Mrs. Hannah Jane Gliddon (43), married, was drowned today while bathing in shallow water at Apple- cross. Mrs. Gliddon, in company with her six children, her father, M. J. Smith, and a friend, Mrs. Ethel Meakin, were camped at A-u plecross, near the river bank. About 11.15 o'clock this morning, Mrs. Gliddon went for a bathe about 300 yards from the shore, and about 500 yards west of Applecross jetty. The depth of the water at this spot does not exceed 2 ft. 6 in. She was ac- companied by Mrs. Meakin's son, Harold, aged 10 years, who, in a statement to the police subsequent ly, said that Mrs. Gliddon, while splashing about in the water, sud- denly exclaimed, "I am drowning !"   and sank beneath the surface. He immediately dashed to the spot, and was successful in keeping her head   above the water. Myrtle Gliddon, who was bathing in the vicinity gave the alarm, which attracted Mrs. Meakin and Mr. Smith to the beach. Mrs...

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REFERENDUM CAMPAIGN ECHO A.L.F. AND FEDERAL MINISTER INTERESTING CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917

I EFErENSUM CAMPAICN LCHO A.L.F. AND FEDERAL MINISTER INTERESTING CORRESPOND ENCE. From the rail head transcontin ental railway, the Federal Minister for Works, Senator Lynch, writes to us under date January 13th, with the request that we publish the fol-. lowing correspondence, "as a final. word on the episode at the Trades Hall, in Kalgoorlie": From A.L.F.. Eastern Goldfields District Council, dated Kalgoorlie, 31st October, 1916., to Senator Lynch, Federal Parliament House Melbourne. Dear Sir,-A report was made at the last meeting of my cotmcil, that you at a meeting held at the -Boulder town Hall, on the night of the' 27th of October last, gave utterance to a statement "That the -anti-conscriptionists were 'mon grels,' pro-Germans, I.W.W's., Huns, etc., and were being financed by German gold; also that the Lab our party in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland was rotten to the core." My council resents the tone of these utterances, and there fore respectfully asks you to mak...

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A.L.F. AND RECRUITING STATEMENT BY MR. CLIFFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917

A.L.F. AND RECRUITING STATEMENT BY MR. CLIFFORD. A statement made by Mr. Cornell, M.L.C., in outlining the new re-i cruiting scheme. to the effect thatj he had "laid the proposals before the secretary of the A.L.F., and the! secretary of that body declined to be represented at a formal meeting called for the purpose of discussing the proposal, ' andthat "since then, at the request of the secretary of the A.L.F. I have made a writ ten request to that body to agree to be represented on the commit- I tee," was taken exception to yester day by Mr. R. E. Clifford. "My first intimation of this mat ter," he said, "was a ring on thej telephone from Mr. Simpson, acting secretary of the Kalgoorlie Roads Bcard, who asked me at about 10.30 a.m. if I was prepared to attend a meeting at the Town Hall that day at 3 o'clock. I replied that, as I was engaged on my annual balance sheet, I could not possibly attend any meeting of any description that day?. Following this, Mr. Cornell visited the offic...

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SUMMER DIET MISTAKES [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917

SUMMER DIET MISTAKES In summer nmany people lose appetite, and from this draw con clusions that are not medicnalv sound. Some say that in sutunmc' the body does not require so many meals; but this is wrong. Certainly the body does not re quire so many elements that creat r heat, but it. does- require as manY energy-giving elements,. and cannot, find these in the insubstantial meals usually partaken of with the idea of "keeplng cool." Then the comman mistake of tak - ing too many cold "gassy" and acid drinks also sets up trouble; They. distend the stomach, dilute the di gestive juices and provide no hell) for making rich blood; exhaustion, lack of appetite and indigestion are bound to follow. Your stomach needs new blood summer or win ter, and the best method of renew ing the blood and strengthening the stomach and digestion is by taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. These pills combat the poisons in the blood and create new blood. By this natural process you remedy your ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 23 January 1917

WAY.-On the 15th January, at Nurse Allen's private hospital the wife of Inman Way, M.B.B.--a sOIl. MORASCHINELLI (nee Bawden). To Mr. and Mrs. L. Moraschinelli, at Nurse Downey's Hospital, Boul der-a daughter. MARRIAGES.   SILVER WEDDING. WALSH-MoKNIGHT. - On 19th January, 1892, at South Broken' Hill, by the Rev. Alfred Wheeler, Charles, youngest son of John Walsh, late of Broken Hill, for iuerly of Manchester, England, to Janet Fyfe, only daughter of Wil liam McKnight, late of Kalgoor lie, and formerly of Glasgow, Scotland. McNABB-STEPHENS.- On the 25th December, 1916, at the Pres byterian Church, Perth, by the Rev. G. Nisbet Dodds, M.A., Frank, second youngest son of Nurse McNabb, of Davis-street, Boulder City, to Florence Mer vyne, only daughter of Mr. J. H. Stephens, J.P., of South Boulder. Adelaide and Victorian papers please copy. DEATHS. BLAIR.-On Sunday, January 14th, at 290 Hamersley-road, Subiaco, Betty. youngest daughter of Alex. and Emma Blair; aged five wee...

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