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ADVANCE TO FARMERS Perth, Jan. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
ADVANCE TO FARMERS Perth, Jan. 31. -.u the Legislative Assembly to Jay the Premier's notice of motion in regard to the payment of 3/ as a minmum on the 1917-18 wheat harvest was dealt with. Mr. Wilson -admitted that there was just a possibility that such a guarantee might cause a loss to the State of perhaps a million or so through the collapse of the market, owing, say, to the opening of the Dardanelles or any other eventuali ties. Still, he believed that there was little risk. The State was com ing into lane with the other States. He was already endeavouring to negotiate the sale of the whole of that crop to the Imperial' Govern ment. There were strong grounds for the hope that satisfactory ar rangements could be entered into by the Prime Minister. The move might be called socialistic. If it was so labelled, it would be because he was trying to safeguard the Em pire's so!diers. Mr. Scaddan strongly protested against the gamble at present. The consumer in Australia was paying for d...
EDNA MAY G.M. HIGH-GRADE ORE AT 385 FT. Westonia, Feb. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
EDNA MAY G.M. HI1GH-GRADE ORE AT 385 FT. Westonia Feb. 2. Strenuous attempts have been made durina the week by the "bears" to discountenance the value of Edna May shares. Such annoy ances "scripners" must expect it being fairly general knowledge that hundreds of shares have been over sold. The mine, however. is likely to beat the market. The developments at the. 385 ft. level are excellent. The face dies plays 17 ft. of high-grade ore, vii-, ible gold being a oommon occur rence. As to whether the reef lives to a greater depth little doubt ex iets. The depressed bore hole put_1 in by the Edna May Co. 90 ft. west of the present Deep Level shaft during the Edna May Company's previous option on the Deep Level property proved the presence of the gneissic granite channel to a depth of 800 ft. At this depth the Edna May Company's explotatory work terminated, but little doubt exists in the minds of the geolog~al ex perts that the reef will live to a considerable depth. Much capital has been...
STATE TRADING CONCERNS A.L.F. DEPUTATION TO PREMIER. Perth, Feb. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
STATE TRADING CONCERgi S A.L.F. DEPUTATION TO PRE MIER. Perth, Feb. 2. IiL presentatives of the State Exe cutive of the A.L.F. waited upon the Premier, Mr. Wilson ,to-day, for the purpose of urging the continu ance of. the policy of State enter prise in regard to trading oonuerns. It was contended by the depu tation that the majority of the peo ple of the State favoured the sys tem of State trading concerns. Ean terprise on the part' of the State tended towards co-operation,and en couraged the people to pull to gether. If the adoption of this pol icy was ever necessary, it was at this time and until the war was finished. The best organised country would succeed, and the State would give an object lesson in organisa tion better than anyone else. The State should establish a jamn factory to utilise the surplus fruit which was at preseznt on the market. The idea of getting away from State en terprise was contrary to what was being done in the other countries. 'the workers got a better ...
ACCOMMODATION ON EXPRESS [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
ACCOMMODATION O. EXPRESS Mr. Green will ask the Minister for Railways. in the Legislative As sembly to-morrow, the following questions: o1) Is tie aware that in the ex press leaving Kalgoorlie last Sunday evening, a compartment carriage was provided for a number of first-class passengers ?. (2) Is he further aware that the class of carriage prevents many of the passengers (ladies particularly) from having reasonable access to the dining car, or to the drinking water on the corridor carriages (3) Will he see that in future all corridor carriages are provided on this lengthy and fatiguing railway journey l Mr. Green will also ask the Min ister : (1) Is he aware that on some days' during the last Christmas holidays, I the Kalgoorlie-Perth express was so overcrowded that some of the sec ond-class passengers had to stand both in the corridors and on the platforms of the cars for over the 15 hours occupied by the journey!s (2) If the facts are as stated, will he take steps to see that pro...
PERIL OF SIMPLE MISHAPS NAIL-SCRATCH CAUSED BADLY FESTERED HAND—ZAM-BUK SAVES EXPENSE AND PAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
PERIL OF SIMPLE MISHAPS ;TALL-SCRATCH CAUSED BAD LY FESTERED UAND-ZAM BUIK SAVES EXPENSE AND PAIN. Scratching his hand against a rus ty nail and neglecting the injury brought disaster to Mr. Robert Wil son and nothing but Zam-Buk could relieve his pain or overcome the ?nasty festering and inflamma tion. ~[r. Wilson, who lives at Green Lane. Remeura, Auckland, N.Z., .says: "For a long time I suffered from a badly poisoned hand, caus ed by. the palm becoming scratched Sa- rusty. hail. I thought little the injury at first, but . within a 'day or two I began to be aware that my neglect had landed me into serious trouble. "'he injured place got hot and throbbing, and began to fester, and Vte hand swelled up to such an ex teht that I feared the -intlammation wik- going to spread -into my arm too. I 'went to a chemist ,who sup pliea :me with a lotion' for the round, but instead of -bringing me relief,.,it caused the hand to become Ieiidedly worse, and I . began to ve grave concern. as to :...
DISMISSAL BY SENATOR LYNCH Sydney, Feb. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
DISMISSAL BY SENATOR LYNCH -- -C4---- Sydney, Feb. 2. A statement was made to-night by Mr. Lundie, the president of the Australian lrorkersi Union, with ref erence to the dismissal of the man Elliott from his position on the East to-West railway. Mr. Lundie stated that the de mand for an inquiry into the matter of Elliott's dismissal had been made because Elliott was discharged, "not by the supervising engineer, but by an autocrat Minister, Senator Lynch." Elliott had previously been promoted to his position as construction superintendent, and during the. whole period in which he was so engaged had never been censured for anything. This year, however, he had the audacity to al low his name to go on the "selection ballot for the position of Senator for South Australia, and within a fortnight of this being made public Senator Lynch discharged him by telegram at a moment's notice. It was claimed by the union, Mr. Lun die added, that if Elliott had not submitted his name as a candidate ...
RECRUITING CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
RECRUITINC CAMPAIGN The State Recruiting Committee has issued a powerful appeal to the patriotism of Australians. calling un them to answer the cry for mesn to go abroad to fight. "It is for Australia that the State Recruiting Committee is asking for recruits." it reads. "It is for the honour and glory, the well-being .Aud good fame of this Austral island con I tinent that the appeal goes out to Australians to enlist, and reinforce thle Australians in the far-distant zones, where Anzac valour is deter mining the future destinies of this, our young and glorious nation ; where Australian heroism and enter prise are winning for her immunity from lightly-designed attack in the future, and demonstrating with practical emphasis that no nation, Ibr combination of nations, must be allowed to attack the Empire's hon our with impunity. "For the Empire. and that section of the Empire that is our hallowed and loved home-land, Australia is asked to fight. Will you be a lag gard whilst Australia'...
MINER KILLED NEAR MULLINE A FALL OF STONE. Menzies, Jan. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
MINER KILLED NEAR MULLINE A FALL OF STONE. Menzies, Jan. 30. A young married man, Robert Boundy, was killed by a fall of stone on Saturday afternoon while work- ing a show some miles out of Mul- line in company with Percy Robin- son. He was almost buried, and on being extricated life was extinct. An inquest was opened, and, after "viewing the body," was adjourn- ed. Mr. Edwin Griffith has been ap- pointed deputy mining registrar at Marvel Loch in place of Mr. J. A. McGrath, who has resigned.' • . " . - . . . - . ,, . , ? , ,
SLEEPING BERTHS FOR SOLDIERS Perth, Jan. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
SLEEPINC BERTf S FOR SOLDIERS Perib, Jan. 30. In the Legisative Asseiubly this afternoon Mr. Munsie asked the Minister for IRailways :--"Whb y were soldiers in the various camps wiho obtained leave at Christmas time refused the right to book sleeping berths, second class, on the gold fields express prior to the date on which they intended to travel, when other citizens had the privilege I" M·r. Mitch?ell replied that none, having the voucher -or ticket enl titling him to book a sleeping berth, had been refused when bertks were available. Mr. Munsic theft asked Mr Mit che.l---1) "Is it true that on LDecem ber 23 last special fares were charged from Kalgoorlie to Perth, £2 216 return second class, and that fi:.m Perth to Kalgoorlie on the, same date the return fare was only 1 111/ second olass? (2) If so, will he in future grant the same con cession to the people on the fields to visit Perth as is given the Perth people to visit the goldfields 1" The replies were:--(1) At the spe cial...
THE AGENT-GENERALSHIP Perth, Jan. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
THE ACGENI-CENERALSIP Perth, Jan. 30. Discussing the sta.t.ement whoch ap peared in Monday's "'Ka.goorlie Miner" regarding the Agent-Geie ralship to-day, the Premier, Mr. Wi!eon, admitted he would not take the Agen.t-Gen'eralship and that he had made his decision known. He added that the sta.te ment was not correct -that the sup porters of the Government were striving hard to persuade him to take the position.
A.I.F. RATES OF PAY SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
A.i,.f RATES'.~O PAY S EYVE.N.DAYS A, WEEK. T'e following are the rates of pay in the A.I.F. concerning seven days. of the v.eek : (1) Prlvate;- Single, 6/ per day, inoludink 1I per day deferred pay. Mairried man, 6/ per day, including: 1/ per day deferred pay, and 1/5 per doay separatizo allowance for his wife. .. Married man with "children, 0/ per day, including ll' per day de ferred pay, and 1/5 per day soepara tion iallowance for. hIs wife and '4d. per day 'fo each child up to a meati rate allwance 'nOt'io exdeed 10/ per day. o(3). Crporal.--Ut per day' before embarkation. 01' per day on active service, 'iscluding l1/ per Iday de ferred pay'; separation allowance 1/ per day bdfore embarkation for wife of married soldier to bring total pay and separation allowanc- up to 10/ per day. (4) Sergqant.--10/ ?er day before embarkation, 10/6 per day on Active service, including 2/ per day defer red pay. . (5) Quartermaster-Sergea it.---0o per da.y beforpe embarkation. i11/6 er dia' on ac...
NEW THEATRE FOR KALGOORLIE [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
HEW THEATRE FOR KALUOORLIE Plans for the erection of the Majestic Theatre in Kalgoorlie have been approved by the Department of, Publice Health and by the. local municipal authorities. Permission has. been given to place the st.ruc ture on the block of ground Upon which Alexander and subsequently J. C. McKay carried on the drapery business for many years. It is a centrally situated location, in one of, the best business blocks of Han nan-street. . The application to the local authorities was made by Mr. J,. L. Oehiltree. architect, of Perth, on behalf of "thle Majestic Theatre Syndicate. It is understdod that the latter will- run a "continuous picture show'" as soon as the' build ing is completed and passed by. the Public Health Department. The, original plans have been sent back to the architect in Perth, 'but a copy .of one of the plans is re tained by. the. municipality. This goes to show that the building will have a frontage of 60 feet to Han nan-street, with a, depth of .165 f...
MINING AND AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
MINING AND AGRICULTURE. No more important question to the State and the mining industry will be considered at the Mining Conference-if it be held-than the encouragement of the- development of our iimitless'auriferous -resources. The question involves all sauch. mat ters as the furtherance of prospect ing, the extension and osntrol of public batteries, the management of the goldfields water scheme. and op position to any unfair weakening of the repr?sentation of the mining dit tri.cts in Parliament. as well as consideration of all that relates to! the Minds Regulation Act, its ad- I mi:istration and reform. In order to" get an idea of the extent to which mmining.deserves to be assist ed it' is essential that the Confer once -should have full particulars as I to the amount of money spent in the past and available in the future for the encouragement of the State's industries: These figures should, of course, also be consider el in relationshi p'to the ,value of the various industries a...
LANDS RE-PURCHASE BILL Perth, Jan. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
LANDS RIEPURCHASE BILL Perth, Jan 80. The Lands Repurchase Bill was carried on the voices in the Assem Mbr. Johnson moved the appoint ment of a select committee to in quire and report to Parliament, giving particulars of the estimated cost of the .measure to the State. Mr. Munsie seconded the motion. The Minister for Lands, Mr. Le froy, opposed the motion. The division resulted in the loss of the motion by 17 votes to 12, the voting being on party lines. The committee stage was passed, and the third reading fixed for the next sitting.
GENERAL WAR NEWS Paris, Jan. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
GENERAL WFAR -NEWS Paris, Jan. 2s. To-day's French communique says: "On the Verdun front we carried out a comoletely successful coup de :main near Les 'Eparges. We found numetous enemy bodies in the trenches, and brought' back much .booty. An enemy aeroplane was brought down. Paris, Jan. 29. Last night's Frenci communique reports that the usual general can nonade was particularly lively at '.Verdun and in Alsace.' London Jan. 28. With reference to Air Douglas Haig's despatch of this morning an official 'German wireless message says that the British penetrated a small •section of the German trenches west of Le Transky. London, Jan. 28. Sir Douglas Haig reports to sight :- "At daybreak this morning we again entered the enemy's trenches north-east of Neuville St. Vaast, and inflicted casualties and took prisoners. We carried out success ful raids north-east of Festubert, and -drove off an enemy attempt eastward of Fauquissart." Paris, Jan. 28. The "Matin" considers it improb able that ...
BAKERS' ANNUAL SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
BAKERS' ANNUAL SOCIAL A correspondernt . writes :-The, Operative Bakers' Union held their annual social last Tuesday after— noon in the Friendly Societies' Hall, Boulder. The president. Mr. John Phillips, presented Mr. Walter Mayger, past president, with a gold chain and locket; and a gold locket to Mr. William J. McKeown, sec— retary, for his valuable services in advancing the day baking system. "The Labour Party" was proposed by Mr. Walter Mayger, and re— &nbsp; sponded to by Mr. W. J. Mc— -Keown and that of "The Baking Trade and Day-work" by Mr. Chas. Mayger, and responded to by Mr. Harvey (York). The singing of "Auld Lang Syne" brought the proceedings to a close. The mem— &nbsp; bers then held a dance. The enter— tainment was contributed to., by Messrs. A. Host, W. J. McKeown, J. Pratt. W. Anderson, P. Ken nedy, P. Mayger, and C. Elsbury.:
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
BIRTHS. WOODWARD .(nee Springfield). On the 16th January, at Kalgoor lie, to Mr. and Mrs. George T. Woodward--a daughter. (Nurse Hunt.) LEE.-At Nurse Allen's Hospital, Kalgoorlie, on the 30th Decem ber, 1916, to Mr. William J. and Mrs. Lee, of Bulong, a daughter. DEATHS. COMERFORD.-Found dead in his camp at Webster's Find,. on Jan. 24th, Michael (Mick) Comer ford, late of Kookynie, Gwalia, and Meekatharra.. Anyone know ing .address of his relatives, - please communicate "-with 8er geant' Foulkes, Leonora. PRAED.-A loving tribute to the memory of Sapper . W. J. ("Bozzy") Praed. killed in action France, on the 28th of November, Be comforted; 'twas not in vain You gave your dearest and your bes-; Thy wounds are raw and bleeding still, But God hat'h given them rest. And tho' no costly marble slab Rests o'er their lowly bed, Deep in our Empire's heart are shrined -Australia's Glorious Dead. -Inserted by his sorrowing sister and brother-in-law, A. M. and P. P. Jay. GENDALL.-On the 1st. Fe...
NATIONAL FEDERATION Melbourne, Jan. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 6 February 1917
'"AFIONAL .FEDERATION Melbourne, Jan. 30. Great .enthusiasm marked the opening of the establishment of the .Ballarat- branch of the National Federation which was opened by the Prime 'finister, Mr. Hughes, to aight. Many people were turned away from the Alfred Hall, which has a caspaecity of 4000, where the mieet.ina was held. Mr. Hughes said that because the Australian people had decided the conscription issue in one way by. a very narrow margin, they were not relieved of their obligations under the war to do the utmost of their abili ties. No--one could say that the war. prospect was changeL-material ly. for the better during 1916. They must gird up their loins, and do their part in the -etruggle. To say that this was a trade war was false, for it was nothing but a fight for life or death. If those who said that this was a trade war could look over the wall that surrounded this peace ful garden they called Australia, and look upon the dreadful world outside, they would rush to the ...