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WELFARE OF CHILDREN N.S.W. GOVERNMENT'S INTENTIONS. EDUCATION AND HEALTH. Sydney, Feb. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
WELFARE OF CHIOUSEN N.S.W. GOVERNMENT'S IN TENTIONS. EDUCATION ANDREALTIL Sydney, Feb. 9. In the course of a speech at Crow's Nest to-day, the Minist.r for I Public Instruction, Mr. James. out lined the policy, of the National Gov ernment with regard to the welfare' and ediucation of children after they reach the age at which ,schooling ceases to be compulsory. He said it was proposed that school teachers. should pay special attention' to find ing out a scholar's particular bent, and when the pupil left a register of his work an da~titude was to be sent to a special board, which would de cide, for what trade he should be trained. 'It was not intended to coerce children or interfere with the duties of parents With regard1 to the healh of the children, it was not intended to interfere with doctors,, for it was only in cases not receving' attention from mrivate 1 practitioners that the department am tended to step in. In country dis-. tricts, .travelling clinics were to be appointed. T...
MARAROA G.M. CO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
MARAROA G.M: CO. During the month of January, the battery ran for 629 hours, and I Scrushed 2600 short tons for 807 oz. 15 dwtI. bullion, valued at £2648 14/11. Sand plant treated 1815 short tons for bullion valued at £783. Slimes plant treated 770 short tons for bullion valued at £423. Cyanide plant treated 15 short tons for bul lion valued at £40. Total value of yield, £3894 14/11. The value of the State's output of' minerals other than gold for the month of December was £24,411, made up as follows: Copper, £ 1281; tin, £4721; silver, £61: coal, £5747; :pig 'lead, £1,601. The abtal out-I put for the year was valued at £255,860. the individual items be= ing. Oopper, £65,581; tinei £49,101 silver,: £39289 ; ailve, ios ore o£10,449" al, £30,965; o thbr min Oeals 8D 786. . Th t4 .3a ·li Al `wea ' 417,O1b
EDNA MAY G.M. CO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
EDNA MAY G.M. CO. Report for week ended February1 3rd., 1917. 150 ft. Level.-Crosecut north to 104 ft., small quartz veins. Rise above south crosscut to 48 ft. in countr* rock. Rise on No. 2 reef. to 86 ft. and connected with 73 ft. level; value over 3 ft., 5 dwt. per ton. Stope J, value over 9 it..9 dwt., per ton. 225 ft. Level.-No. 8 stope, value over 12 ft., 12 dwt. per ton; No. 9 stop , i'alue over 12 ft., 27 dwt. per ton; hanging wall reef stapes, va1r lue over 5 ft. 6 dwt. per ton. 1 300 ft. Level.-Winze sunk to 17 ft. in ore value 7 dwt. per ton. Stope Stope 0, value over 13 ft.,. 16 dwt. Stope C, value over 13 ft., 16 dwt, I per, ton. 385 ft Level.--Lavel in hanging wall side of lode now extended 21 ft. End of level all in ore, value 40 dw. per ton. Main shaft sunk to 436 ft. Inflow of water about 5000 gallons per hour. Shaft now being timber
NEW BODDINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
NEW BODDINGTON. The manager of the New Bodding to G.M. Syndicate, Limited, reports under date 31st January, 1917: 300 ft. Level.--East crosscut ex tended a further distance of 21 ft., making a total from centre of shaft 40 ft., the last 10 ft. showing a few small stringers of quartz carrying a little gold. West crosscut extended a further distance of 33 ft., making a tctal distance of 52 ft.; no change in this face. Plant.-All plant and machinery running fairly well.
ASSOCIATED GOLD MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
A;ssOCIoATED OLD MINES . DevepIo mezt remport doe D~oembe teened 40 ft. across Austi?lia east lode. Assays for first 3 fit., 8/; 3 ft. to 9 ft., 10/ ;9 ft. to 12 ft., 76/; 12 ft. to 15 ft., 17/; 15 ft. to 40 ft., 8/ to trace. Section L4: Costeened 24½ ft. across extension of north lode. First 12 ft.. assays 3/ to 12/, rest trace. No. 2 Leve.--Australia Eats Lode :Seeaton 529, youth drive from east crosscut continued 5) ft., total 25 ft., average 14/. Winze started from same sunk 4 ft., average 30/' over 60 in. Section 26: North drive opposite advanced 11 ft., total 29 ft., average 4/. Section L12: Ri.se from stope on No. B lens put up 4 ft., average 15/., No. .3 Levrel.-Australia East Lode: Section L14: North drive on NIo. 3 lens progressed 5& ft., total 71. ft., average 9/. Section L15: Rise put up from stope on No. 3 lens 12 ft., average 31/ over 84 in. Section T27: East crosscut resumea at 129k ft. from Waddington shaft totals 157& ft., progress 27T ft. As says 12...
GREAT BOULDER PROPRIETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
GREAT BOULDER PRO. PRIETARY. Report for the half-month ended December 31, 1916: j Main Shaft. Stoping.--1030 ft. level, section 25, ore 10 ft. wide, assay value 16 dwt. 1500 ft. level, section 18, ore 8 ft. wide, assay value 16 dwt.; section 35, ore 7 ft. wide, assay value 6 dwt. 1750 ft. level, section 20, ore 12 ft. wide, assay value 14 dwt.; sec tion 19, ore 14 ft. wide, assay value dwt. 1900 ft.level, section 15, ore 12 ft. wide, assay value 10 dwt. ;seo tion 19, ore 14 ft. wide, assay value 16 dwt. ; section 26, ore 12 ft. wide, assay value 7 dwt. 2050 ft. level, section 14, ore 14 ft. wide, assay value 17 dwt. ; section 34, ore 10 [t. wide, assay value 7 dwt. 2200 ft. level, section 19, ore 14 ft. wide, assay value 20 dwt.; section 28, ore 12 ft. wide, assay value 8 dwt. 2350 ft. level, section 23. ore 14 ft. wide, assay value 16 dwt:. section 25, ore 14 ft. wide, assay value 12. dwt. 2500 ft. level, section 21, ore 7 ft. wide, assay value 7 dwt. Lane Shalt Stoping.--300 ft. l...
PROGRESS REPORTS. MARAROA G.M. CO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
PROGRESS REPORTS. MARAROA G.M. CO. The following telegram was re ceived from .the manager of the above company yesterday : "No. 7 Level North, north inter mediate drive.-North drive . has been advanced 21 ft., total 931 ft.; average width of reef, 31 in.; aver age value, 20/. Commenced No 3 rsse at 857 ft., advanced 8 ft.; reef 18 in., value 15/. Commenced north intermediate drive from No. 2 Aalen Rise at 30 ft., below No. 6 level north, and advanced 17 ft.; reef 66 in., value £1 10/. No. 6 Level North.-Footwall drive advanced 5 ft., total 831 ft.; average width of reef 72 in.; no hanging wall; average value 60/. Commenced stripping north from No. 5 rise, advanced 33 ft.; reef 120 in., value £3."
NEW BODDINGTON G.M. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
S.uring J3.nury the imill zn 3.24 fours, crushing 540 tons for a yield, of 275 oz. smelted gold. Sands a-ne ?s?yed 8 ;dwt. .slimes 6 d t. The aecretary of the iew Bctd dhngton G.M. Syndicate ?rites': 'The lode struck, in the crossut yes terday was Kearnan's lode, not the .Boddmgton lode as preioousl1 td iesed. It. was encountered a-??6l ft. from the shaft,
JUNCTION'S WESTONIA OPTION. MR. DOOLETTE INSPECTS. Westonia Feb. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
JUNCTION1'S WESTONIA OPTION. MR. DOOLETTE INSPECTS. Westonla. Feb. 5. The lease at Westonia which has been secured on a six months' work ing option by the Edna May Junc tion Mining Company is receiving a considerable amount of attention from various mining speculators and practical mine managers. On Sun day Messrs. D. Doolette, director of the Bullfinch and Corinthian Com Ianies, Mr. A." Hay, general man oger of the Bullfinch, and Mr. It. eWilliamson, late superintendent of the Corinthian and Corinthian North properties, motored across country by the back track from Bullfinch to Westonia Soak, for the purpose of inspecting the prqperty. " From within a few feet of the sur face to a depth of 80 ft. on the Pertha M., the property under op tion, the ore body consists of an al most vertical quartz Teef. - At 80 ft. an intrusive granite bar cuts right through the reef but below the in trusion the ore body becomes very much larger, and of much higher value. and in addition becomes what at...
MT. MONGER DISTRICT. YIELDS FROM OLD-TIME LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
MT. MONGER DISTRICT. YIELDS FROM OLD-TIME LEASES. At a reconb meeting of the .Pro gress Association at Cr'eedon's, near Mt. Monger, a request was made for particulars of early-day returns ob tained from the old Mt. Monger field. The report of the Mines De partment for 1915 shows that up to the end of the year 1479 tons of ore were treated for ar yield of 1190 oz. fine gold, in addition to which 1802 oz. of specimens and dollied gold and 215 oz. of alluvial were obtain ed.The following are the only details immediately a.va.il??le of the yields from individual leases at Mt. Mon ger: Great Oharters Towere, 9 tons for 81 oz..; Hibernian, 15.10 tons for 10.84 oz. EHogains Hill. 10 tons for 3.22 oz.; Inverness. 57- tons for 42.61 oz. ; Inverness Extended, 15 tons for 6.21 oz.; None Such, 47ý tons for 86.34 oz.; anr?d276 oz. dollied; Warrnambool, 6 tons for 203 oz.; and 1530 oz. dollied; Yields from other centres in the district were as follows: Balagundi. Balagmndi Lease. 21 tons for 159 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
CLARKE & CO., S HAREBROKERS. ADELAIDE: Universal Buildings. Grenfell-street. MELBO.JR".NE.: A. Rutter Clarke. 311 Collins-street. PERTH: W.A. Club Buildings. St. George's Terrace. Agents in London and Glasgow, also throughout the States. PERTH MANAGER, A. N. B. PRIOE.
STRUGGLE WITH TRESPASSER Melbourne. Feb. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
SIRUCCLE WITH TRESPASSER Melbourne. Feb. 9. Stanley James Moreland. son of Mr. George Moreland, of (eelong, had a tussle with an armed man early this morning. Moreland. junr., who had been out for 'the evening, returned home liortly after .midnight, when he surprised a man crouching in the back yard. The intruder, when spoken to, ran away, and was pur sued by Moreland. When overtaken the man strug gled violently, and after evading Moreland's grip drew a revolver and fired point blank at him, and then made his escape. Moreland's wound is not serious.
PREFERENCE TO UNIONISTS REMOVED RESULT OF STOP-WORK MEETING. Sydney, Feb. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
PREFEREllCE TO UtIONISTS REMOVYD RESULT OF STOP-WORK MEET ING. Sydney, Feb. 9. Mr. Justice Heydon delivered his reserved decision in the Industrial Arbitration Court to-day in the mat ter in which the members of the Federated Ironworkers' Association had been called upon to show cause why the clause in the award grant ing preference to unionists should not be cancelled. Mr. Justice fleydon stated that during the conscription campaign, large ' nimbers of members of the union took part in a stop-work meet ing. He had come to the condltion that preference should be taken a&ay from the union because of: its -die obedience of the Act, though he tis been told that -the union;ask onzion had been oppieed ,to th.e ilegal a.1 tion of the members ??' stop:ped. work. Nbtd
INTERSTATE MINING CONFERENCE STATEMENT BY MR. ROBINSON Perth, Feb. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
INTERSTATE MINING GONFENENCE SSTATEMENT BY MR. ROBINSON Perth, Feb. s. Tho" Minister for Mines. Mr. Rob insoon, has 'expressed his -approval of tfle"suggestion of the Minister for Mines of New: South Wales. Mr. Fitzpatrick, that an Interstate Con ference should be held to discuss the whole mining situition of the Com monwealth. "The department has not yet had any .ommunication from Mr. Fitz , patrick," said the Minister, "but Sthe points which he suggests that the conference should consider af fect West Australia equally with the other States, and some of them have alreadyl peeno pladed before the Federal Government. I notice that Mr. Fitzpatrick emphasises the ne cessity for increasing the mineral output of Australia at the present time. This aspect of mining has, of course, been my chief considera tion since I have held the portfolio of Minister for' Mines. and I hope the deliberations of the State Con ference, which is shortly to be held at Kalgoorlie, will materially assist in t...
NEW SOUTH WALES GOLD YIELD. Sydney, Feb. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
V.EW 80UTH WALES GOLD YiELD. Sydney, Feb. 6. The officiai returns show the gold yiead for the State for the month of January totals '055 oz. crude, equal to 6802 oz. fine, valued at £28,892, as compared with 11,490 oz. crude, equal to 9236 fine, valued at *89,232 forthe same month in 1916.