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COASTAL SPORTING ITEMS. Perth, Jan. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
COASTAL SPORTING ITEMS. -Perth, Jan. .31. Instructions have been issued by th-3 Government to the Commis sioner for Taxation to confer with the racing clubs. with a view to considerably reducing the nuiiber of race meetings held at the pie sent time. The appeal of J. L. Martin, oPr be half of himself and the mare Amy], and of E. L. Bowden, jockey, against the decision of the stijien diary steward of the Goldfields. Rac ing Conference in disqualifying them for 12 months for inconsistent running and improper practiies; at Kalgoorlie on January 3, was heard by th3 W,A.T.C. committee o--day. The appeal was upheld and 'ie alis qualification was removed.
HOW BISMARK FORCED PEACE [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
HOW BISMARK ORICEO PEACE In the autumn of 1870 Bismarck found himself face to face with a problem of tremendous difficulty. The German" armies had every where defeated the French. The French. how"ever, fought on. They refused to make pzaee; they put to hopeless confusion the ideasI of many officers on the. (icrman staff-Moltke ar.cng them-that France would hoist the white flag as soon as a German army appeared before Paris. Moltke's letters show that he expected to be shooting in .Silesia by the end of October 187u. Bismarck. then had to find some way of forcing peace upon a high spirited and defiant nation. And he found it quickly enough in the de cision to reduce Paris, the very .heart of France, by blockade. It was a slow method, but it was sure. .In Se.ptember the German armies Sbegan their movements to envelop the city. The iron ring closed in .upon a population of two million souls. On September 16, 1870, the .last mail out left Paris. Two days later the gates were shut. and f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
HEAD OFFICE S- - YDNEY. o .pe General Banking Busine6i print,,,p Cities and Towns of Australia, London, Tidworth (Salabury Plain), and Rabaul; Cable remlittances' made to and ilrafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and& tolected. Letters of credit issued to any. part of theworld Banking pad Exchange Business of every description transacted within the Comions' wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Curreht adcounts:opened. Interest paid o0 xed deposits. Advances made against approved securities. Savings Bank Department Minimum At all Branches, and .over |ntereott a j De poit 260O Agencoes at Pat Offices ' per annum in.Australia and Papua. up to 830Q INTERSTATE and INTERNATIONAL Savings Bank Fheilitit , OtM L KKLLt, iput, oQernes. Jw1016 DENINOK MILLER, Govyrner iNTO SORE PATCHES Healed by.Cuticura Trial Fre: t'My head broke out into ,ý'.,t"t l pimples which then spread into ..' . sore patches. My hair fell out in hand fuls leaving bare patches. There wadR...
SOLDIERS HONOURED RETURNED AND DEPARTING MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
SOLDIERS HONOURED RETURNED AND DEPARTING MEN. For the-first time on the Gold fields yesterday the usual send-off gathering called in honour of de parting recruits, partook also of the nature of a welcome to return ed men. Two were present on the platform, and looked down upon a crowded auditorium. References to them and their comrades were loud ly applauded, and the heartiest of welcomes was. given them by the mayor, Mr. .8. Beston, who presid ed, accompanied by the mayor of Kalgoorlie, Mr. H. W. Davidson. Heo oped it woudd not be necessary for them to go back again as others were doing at present; He under stood the shortage of men was so great that some who had - been in the firing line were returning in I some instances with cork legs to 1 take the places -of their comrades } who had fallen. Oi the Goldfields fo: the last month he was pleased to be able to say 100 men had en listed. (Applause.) The Rev. A. W. Wellington called for three cheers for the returned men, and which were...
GENERAL WAR NEWS London, Feb. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
GENERAL WAR NEWS London, Feb. 1 The "Daily Chronicle" dee'ares that Mr. Wa'ter Long's declaration that the conquered coion:cs woa.d never be handed back to German rule is most important. It embod ies the decision of the Ministry, Like the Czar's declaration about Constantinople and Poland it clears up a point on which there was risk of ambiguity. The Empire is vit, ally interested in the Pacific colon ies and South-west and East Africa.' because a decision to return them would cause a grave breach be tween the mother country and three; of the five dominions, we are mor-i ally pledged to the dominions in the matter. We cannot imagine France and Belgium as willingly consenting to have Germany for a neighbour in the Cameroons. The Germans used Togoland and its great w:re less station to assist her Atlrntic cbmmerce raiders. Japan's reten tion of Kiao-chau may be taken for granted.. The Government should supplement Mr. Long's statement with a similar one regarding the Mesopotamian end o...
NEXT SEASON'S CROP Melbourne, Feb. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
NEXi SEASON'S CROP Melbourne, Feb. 2. An announcement of great im portance to farmers was made to day by the Prime Mihister, Mr. Hughes, at the conclusion of a meeting of the Australian Wheat -Board. Mr. Hughes stated that the board had approved of an ar rangement for dealing with the 1917-18 crop, under which the farm ers in the States participating in the scheme would be guaranteed 3/ a bushel nett for all f.4, q. wheat delivered by them to -he railway siding. He hoped that all the wheat producing States would par ticipate" in the scheme. Three States had already expressed their inten tion to join in the arrangement, and at the Premiers' Conference, wherr it was discussed at some length, it had met with general ap proval. The Commonwealth was financing the scheme, and the Im perial authorities were not in any way connected with it at present. "The arrangement for handling and marketing the wheat will operate over the next season's crops," said Mr. Hughes. "The farmer will thus hav...
N.S.W. BY-ELECTION Sydney, Feb. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
N.S.W. BY-ELECTION SSydney, Feb. 4. Polling took place in the Sturt electorate on Saturday for the va cancy in the State Parliament caused by the retirement of Mr. J. H. Cann upon his appointment as Railway Commissioner. The number of electors on the roll:was 10,514. The voting was as follows: Percival Brookfield (Selected Labour) ................. 3296 Brian James Doe (Ind. La bour) ... ... 2726 John Thomas Evans ......... 26.
LEND YOUR MONEY TO YOUR COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
LEND YOUR MOMEY TO YOUR COUNTRY. While the Recruiting Commit tees are making a strong appeal to the manhood of the country for reinforcements, they ore also tak ing dhe opportunity of impressing on everybody the necessity for money to carry on the war as well. "Lend your money to your coun try" is the request with the re mainder at the same time that "He .Serves who Saves." The soldiers have freely offered their lives to their country, as their sacrifice muay be price of victory, but to secure a complete victory your money is also needed. iBut while the soldier runs 'all the risks of -battle, the investor in the War Loan is in no danger himself, ;sor is his" money, as repayment in full is. guaranteed by the Com monwealth, with good interest and adrvartages-not insignificant in themselves-imeanwhile. Every War Bond you buy will help to bring victory nearer, and: perlaps to save the unnecessirgt Sacrifice of many lives
QUEENSLAND RAINS Brisbane, Feb. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
QUEENSLAND RAINS Bris?bane Feb. 4. General rains kanging from an inch to three inches, were expeiien cod throughout the State during the 24 hours ended 9 a.m. on Saturday. Mcosages from Charleville and Surat state that the rivers and creeks are rising. The Buloo River, at Thargomindal, is also rising fast and a record flood is expected there. Telegrams from Longreach slate that phenomenal weather is being experienced in that district. Rain is pouring in torrents. Some of the ?als were :--Rosabel, 670 points; Bimerah, 825; Bandon Grove, 650; Westfield, 924 ;Lovat Park, 450. The river is now rising, and another flood is expected.
NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Jan. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
NEW SOUTHi WALES. Sydney, Jan. 31. The State revenue for Jainuary was £1.541,796 as against £1,584, 096 in January, 1916 a net decrease of £43,110. The Government de partments showed a falling off of S£99,241, as compared with the re turns of January, 1916, but this was considerably offset by an increase tof £56,131 from business undertak ings. The figures for the seven months of the financial years are more en couraging. The total revenue for the period July, 1916, to January 31,1917, was £10,7427,980, which was' £1,918,254 better than the corre sponding period of the previous financial year.
STATE REVENUE RETURNS VICTORIA. Melbourne, Jan. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
STATE REVENUE RETURNS VICTORIA. Melbourne, Jan. 31. The State revenue for January, which amounted to £903,009. showed an increase of £38,722, compared with the corresponding month of last year. The revenue for the seven months was £5,562,105, or £249,279 more than was received for the corresponding period of the preced ing financial year.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
- - - Arising from Biliousness, Swept Away by Dr. Norse'8 Indian Root Pills The exp eloe of Mrs. Brankstone, as described in her letter published below, is butt anH tb i? t ance of the efficacy of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills in over coming. Headaches and other Complalnts arising from a disordered liver. After a course of these Pills she is now free from all Bilious Symptoms. 00 Bourleo Street, Picadilly, Kalgoorlie, W.A. 4,.f` Doea, Sirs,. Some time ago I suffered very much with Biious attacks and headaches arising therefrom, and being rcc??nrrdcd by .my mother, I tried your remedy and ame pilescd to sxy that your medicine seems to have swept all my former ;3li;usness away. There are no symptoms whatever recurring now r? I am immune from my former bilione bouts. I am a mothecr of five Schildren, and well known here and at Monzies. You have my consent to use this testimony for publication Yours truly, (Signed) Mrs. GRACE BRANKSTONE. There are many causes of Biliousness, but they al...
QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT'S EMBARGO Brisbane, Jan. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
-QUEERRSIAD.D OBVERNMHEINT'S EMBAIRC Brisbane., Jan. 21. The belief that the Queensland Labour Government's embargo has engendered a desire for ret'aliation in other States is evident from a report emanating from Tenterfield (New South Wales), wherein it is suggested that the export of 'timber from the Mother State to Queens land be disallowed. It is pointed out that large quantities of tim ber are sent to this State from the northern districts of New South Wales, largely for use in the Darling Downs districts, and that the prohibition of .its export might serve to bring the Queensland Go vernment to its political senses. The matter was menetioned to the Minister for Lands this morning. Mr. Hunter said that he had heard nothing of the suggestion, and would make no comment beyond that it seemed it would not be in the interest of New South Wales to adopt the suggestion. If this tim ber were not exported to Queens land, the probability was that it would simply lie and rot in the forest...
N.S.W LABOUR PARTY Sydney, Feb. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
H.S.W LABOUR PARTY Sydney, Feb. 4. Mr. P. C. Evans general secre tae.ry of the Political Laboux League of New South Wales, announced to d Iy that a conference' of braanch delegates and union officials on Fri day a)greed upon a ca.mpaign for carrying on the organisation and propaganda of the Labour move ment. The proposal to form speak mng teams was well in hand, and shortly the objective of the party's platform would be exp!?ined to the people from 200 to 300 platforms every week. Mr. Evans aleged that the Parliamentary party led by Mr. Holman had retained control of the executive and practically directed the conference. The result was that any idea of reversing the opinion that the Labour movement had achieved its object was practically prevented by the influence they exercised in the only channel of attack. It was hoped that hence forth a militant executive and a conference free from baneful influ ence of party members would he able to safeguard the movement, and see that its repr...
SCHOONER RUNS ASHORE Adelaide, Feb. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
SCHOONER FURS ASHORE Adelaide, Feb. .4. The four-masted schooner Kona,. 670 tons ran ashore at the Scrapers, Kangaroo Island, on Sat.umrday morn ing. The Port Adelaide life-saving crew went to the scene, and a life boat was sent from Victor Harbour. The Kona was bound from Califor nia to Port Adelaide with a cargo of timber, amounting to 80,000 feet, for Adelaide merchants. The crew of thirteen men left the vessel in their own boat. Five min utes after they left the ship over turned. The men reached the shore eafely, and will be brought to Ade laide to-morrow. This afternoon advice was receiv ed that the vessel had floated off the rocks, and was drifting out. to sea A tug boat has been sent in mearch of the wreck. Mr. John Bailey has been dis charged from hospital, where he was an inpatient for seven weeks as the result of injuries he received through a collision between his motor -cycle and a motor-car at the intersection of Maritana and Egan streets, Kalgoorlie. - The Cabinet hias...
STATE POLITICS Perth, Feb. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
STATE POLITICS Perth, Feb. 2. The defeat of the Government on several vital points in connection with the State Trading Concerns Bill in the Legislative Assembly last night caused considerable discussion in political circles to-day. The gen eral opinion is that the bill will be recommitted but, if rumour is cor rect, the Wilson Government will not then be out of their troubles, because, if the measure is recommit ted, it is known that at least two members of the Country party are strongly opposed to the proposal contained in the original measure giving the Government power to sell without first consulting Parliament. Then there is the possibility cf a dissolution for, in the course of his reply to the deputation from the A.L.F. which waited upon him to day in reference to State trading concerns, the Premier, Mr. Wilson, said he doubted very much whether the majority of the people of the State were in favour of those enter prises. "At any rate," said Mfr. Wilson, "they would have the...
WAR TIME PROFITS BILL Melbourne, Feb. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
WAR TIME PROFITS BILL Melbourne, Feb. 2. The Federal Treasurer) Mr. Poyn ton, has been busy during the re cess considering the various aspects of the War Times Profit Bill, which was introduced in, the House of Re presentatives last year. He has de tided upon so many amendments that it is understood he proposes to ksk Parliament to discharge the bill sow on the notice paper, and per pnit hinm to introduce another in its * tsOaL
PATRIOTIC INVESTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
PATRIOTIC INVESTMENT. This third, and it is hoped last, I year of the great war is emphatical- } ly and pre-eminently a time for con centrating all our resources of men; money, and power for a knock-out finish. It is a period when the Empire needs, as Beaumont and Fletcher' phrased it three centuries ago, Victuals and ammunition,: And money too, the sinews of war. The Greht Napoleon was wont; to say: "An army marches'. on its stomach"-not that he miieant it was a. gasteropod, but that it would not move unless its collective sto mnachs were "filled 'and fed. This is a year of loans, both in Britain and the Dominions. England has, in a few days, been supplied by her people with . over: £200,000,000: for the victory loan ; and Australia is asking its citizens to subscribe *a fourth war loan to the ext.ent of .£18,000,000, out of an authorisa tion of fifty millions, of which £23, 000,000 was raised last June. These figures look' colossal in . financiala grandeur, but Australia .is, for ...