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SONS OF GWALIA, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
SONS OF GWALIA, LTD. During the month of January, the 50-stamp mill ran 660 hours, and crushed 13,570 tons of ore for a yield of 4649 oz. of fine gold, valued at £19,767. Expenditure. Costs per ton, mining, 11/1; treat ment, 5/8; general expenses, 1/2; realisation of bullion, 2d.; total costs per ton, 18/i; total working expen- I diture, £12,264; total development, £3,165.
SOUTH KALGURLI CONSOLIDATED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
SOUTH KALGURLI CONSOLI DATED. HIalf-monthly report from Decem ber 16 to 31, 1916: Main Shaft. No. 6 Level (511 ft.).--Winze 20 ft. south (13V) was started in the south drive 150 ft. east and sunk 22 ft. Values a.veraged 8 dwt. per ton over a width of 60 in. Hainault Lease. 1200 ft. Level.-South drive 448 ft. west (9I) was started from .the east crosscut 219 ft. north and put out 14 ft. Values averaged 7 dwt. per ton over a width of .64 in. 846 ft. Level.--East drive 233 ft. north (8H) was extended 5 ft. To tal 18 ft. There were no values. West drive 233 ft. north (8H) was extended 10 ft. Total 10 ft. There were no values. WVinze 233 ft. north (SB) was started in the north drive 485 ft. west and sunk 4 ft. Values averaged 12 dwt. per ton over a width of 60 in.
RACING IN TASMANIA. LAUNCESTON. Launceston, Feb. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
RACINI iN TASMANIA. LAUN CESTON. Launceston, Feb. 7. The Tasmanian fortnight opened to-day, when the Launceston Cup meetiag commenced. The weather was beautifully fine, and there was a very large attendance. Specula tion was very brisk, £10,903 10/ pass ing over the totalisators in 10/ tic kets, as against £10,344 15/ last year. The following are details of re suits :- TRIAL HANDICAP. Seven furlongs. H. A. Bellamy's Revert 6 'yrs., by The inquisitor---Reversal, 9.4 (H. Cairns) 1.... ........ R. G. Field's Colinten, 4 yrs., 8.0 (G. Fordan) .... ...... 2 E. Freeland's Bright Spear, 4 yrs., 8.5 (J. Harrison)... ......... 3 Others: Melligo, Duke" of Mon mouth, Sweet Token, R.D.T., Ba kana, Mylater, Uno Lady, Watchful, Tokalen Lady Marvel, I'opaz. Won by four lengths, with three quarters of a length between second and third. Time, 1 mmin. 29½ see,. Dividends. 231 and 64/. CORA LYNN STAKES, Six furlongs. Thirkell Bros.' Grisette, 2 yrs., by Chiron--Marie Louise, 8.5 (I. Graham) .............
SWIMMING. LADIES' CHAMPIONSHIPS. Brisbane, Feb. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
SWIMMING. ------e------ LADIES' CHAMPIONSI J 'S. Brisbane, Feb. 11. The Australian Swimming Cham pionship Carnival, was held at the South Brisbane 'baths on Saturday afternoon, and was very largely at tended. The chief results resulted; Ladies' 100 Yds. Championship of Australia.-Miss Fanny Durack, N.S.W., 1; Miss M. Wylie, N.S.W., 2; Miss E. Venning. Queensland, 8. Others.--Miss L. De Beaurepairb, Vic. and Missr Grant, Queensland. Miss Durack' won by two yards with "Miss Venning six yards off, third. Miss Beaurepaire 'wat fourth, ' ime, 1 min. 13 2-5 sec. 1'50 yard Toatd Ohampionship o? Australia.-N.S. Wales: MiMee Duraek Wylie, and Whin, I IQueensland: Misses Venning, Alex ander, and Grant,~ . Won by seveh. yards. Time I immn. 40 1:5 see. S100 yards "Ladie'f Senior Intel 'state Handlcap.-Mrs. W. T N.S.W., 6 see., 1; Miss E. King, Mise 'Aloxesnder,. 3. Won by t crards,. T. . 1 ruin. 4134 JQL
RUSSO-AUSTRALIAN TRADE Melbourne. Feb. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
NUSSO-AUSTIALIAN TIADE Melbourne. Feb. 8. A meeting with the object of the promotion of trade between Austra hia and Russia was held at the Town Hall to-day. The Lord Mayor. air David Hennessy, presided, and there were present between 400 and 500 commercial men of the city. The Prime Minister, Mr. Hughes, .moved-"That a Russian-Australian Bureau of Commerce be established to be called the Russian Bureau of Commerce and Information, with a view to fostering trade'between the two countries." He said the war had already struck from Russia, Italy and other nations the bonds of com mercial dominance which Germany had cunningly sought to fetter upon them. After the war, continued Mr. Hughes, the allied nations, hav ing learned in suffering and in vic tory to know each other, would es tablish closer trading relations. Aus tralia, a molehill to the Russian mountain, would benefit herself by responding freely to the Russian in vitation to trade. They would be fools, and worse, if they did no...
THE BULLFINCH PROPRIETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
THE BULLFINCH PROPRIE TAR Y. The following are the chief fea tures from the report of progress for the two weeks ending 3rd inet.: No, 2 Bouthern Series (100 ft. Level).-The west drive 19o ft. north was driven a further 53 ft. to a total of 90 ft. From 37 ft. to 53 ft. traces only were met with, and from 53 ft. t.. 90 ft. values averaged 7/ per ton over a width of 72 in. No. 3 Northern Series (510 ft. Level).--The north-east drive 225 ft. east was stripped on the west side from 18 ft. to 25 ft. in, and is equal to 4 ft. of driving. Traces only were encountered. The No. 3 rise was put up a further 6 ft. to a total of 12 ft. Values averaged 4/3 over 6o in. wide.
HAVE YOU REALLY GOT DYSPEPSIA ? THE MAGNESIA TEST. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
HAVE YOU REALLY GOT DYSPEPSIA ? THE MAGNESIA TEST. Physicians say that there are com paratively few cases of true dysqpep sia. the majority of the people who complair of these justly dreaded ail mentt being merely victims of exces sive acidity of the stomach. Now there is a si.mple test whereby any one cai tell whether the pain exper ienced after eating is, due to exces eive acidity or to real dyspep?ia. Obtain from the chemist some bis urated magnesia, and, immediately after your next meal, take half a teaspoonful of this in a little water. If, as is more than likely, the symp toms which now distress you, such as heartburn, flatulence flushed fact and an uncomfortable feeling of fulness, are due to acidity you will benefit considera(bly from the use of bisurated magnesia, because it instantly neutralises the danger oils acid and also prevents all pos sibility of food fe~rmenting in the stomach. On' the other had, should no benefit follow the use of hisurated magnesia, it may be ass...
THE RECRUITING CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
lTHE 1ECRUITIIt CAMPAIGN During the past two or three days the following registrations of the names of volunteers for active ser vice have taken place at the central office, Palace Chambers, Maritana street, Kalgoorlie :-John Joseph Taylor, 74 Ward-street, Kalgoorlie; Horace William Gibson, 9 Ward-st., Kalgoorlie; Alavic Roy Robinson, 249 Ward-street. Kalgoorlie; Wil liam Gibson Paisley, East Kalgoor lie; Denis Charles Leopold Beres ford. c/o Beresford Bros., Went worth Chambers. Castlereagh-street, Sydney; George Thomas Pattenden, 87 Campbell-street, Kalgoorlie; F. F. Day, Kalgoorlie; F. M. Rey nolds, Kalgoorlie; J. Simpson, Kalgoorlie; S. T. Compton, Kalgoorlie ; R. Rush, Kalgoor iie; - Harper, Kalgoorlie; N. Sarti, Kalgoorlie; G. Ford, Kal goorlie; D. Waldock, 189 IPiesse street, Boulder; and William Amos Tepper, 19 Piesse-street, Boulder. These men have not yet been pass ed.
BOWLS. "BESTON" PENNANT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
BOWLS. "BESTON" PENNANT. * Kalgoorlie and Boulder met yes terday,afternoon on the Kalgoorlie green for the "Beston" pennant. An interesting game ended in Boul der's favour by six points, as fol "low : Rink No. 1. Boulder. - I. W. Goss, Mc Gill, T. Coatham, Hancock (capt.), 21 points.' Kalgoorlie.--J. A. Wil son, Cobbe, Underwood, CO Mc SKenzie (capt.), 22 points. , Rink No, 2. Boulder.-Reid, Theobald, -Tonks, Morgan (capJt.), 20 points.. Kal goorlie.-McFarlane, 8tevens, _Dun can. Boyd (capt.), 13 points. Majority for Boulder, 6 points. The record for the "Beston" now stands :--Boulder, won 4, )ost 1; Ealgoorlie. won 1, lost 4: Tuesday night's meeting. dif " the ?iurface Workers' Tnion aot Bbnider "l6?ted the following deleghtas to the "local `council of the A2,1wF!. iF " he president, MrJu;- lteyhe sec ftary, tMT. L B adI; ad esy`W;. Aitey, 3. M re aty. T ·~-~~'dtairQ1Pw~,~T~ pot ~
BOULDER ELECTRIC LIGHT STATION TROUBLE OVER EMPLOYEES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
BOULBEI ELECTRIC LURT STATION TROUBLE O(D"ER EMPLOYEES. A cessation of work by two em ployees of the Boulder electric light station in consequence of the dis missal of a boy formerly employed to assist one of them on night shift, was inquired into by a special meet ing of the Boulder Council Monday night, presided over by the Mayor, Mr, S. Beston, the decision event ually being arrived at that a boy should be retained in the position in the interests of safety,though the resemployment or otherwise of the ,men remains in the hands of the electrical engineer. I The two-men were drivorn,Messrs. Daley and Aitken. In a report to the council the engineer. Mr. S. Bosustow,eaid than on Wednesday. last he had occasion to dismiss one of the boys employ ed in the engine room for neglect of duties. Owing to diminished re venue, due chiefly to the daylight! saving, he had decided to discon tinue the practice of hav ing a boy on night shift. Aitken would only work that night on condition that the...
TURNING THE TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
TURNING THE TABLE$. When first the Huns' ethereal sau sage sped To these, our shores, upon itr mission frightful, The joyous tales of mangled babes and dead Seemed to our kultured neigh bours quite delightful. Erg'.and "in ruins," strafed from sea to sea And smoking hecatombs of hated British ! The happy Boches chortled in their glee And ponderous fraus grew abso lutely skittish England--Gott strafe her and her hireling band-- Was wholly at the mercy °of the rover;' Wild shrieking panic reigned throughout the land, And without doubt the war would soon be over. These. and like tales proola.imed what fare they get Who dare to interfere in Teuton's quarrels, While as for Zeppelin, the nation's pet, He fairly staggered underneath his laurels. But while the gent'e Fritz enjoyed his joke, The Briton, certified as blown to flinders. By some strange chance recovere4 from the stroke; It was the raiders who were .burned to cinders. The flying monsters rush upon their doom, And meet it with a ...
AMERICA'S RUPTURE WITH GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
SAMERICA'S RUPTURE WITH I GERMANY. Whatever may be said of Presi , dent Wilson's actions during the present war, he certainly cannot be 3t ustly accused of acting with undue haste in breaking off diplomatic re lations with Germany. He did no thing abruptly or without consider able premeditation. His patience and his desire to avoid war vwere carried to such an extent that these virtues became almost faults. Ame rican protests to Germany against violations of international law nand the rights of neutrals were answered1 either by evasions or by prom:ses that were never kept. The corres pondence that followed the cold blooded Lusitania murders in May, 1915, was marked on the German side by a succession of singular ex cuses, but it culminated in the Ame rican warning that any repetition of f such acts would be regarded as "de h liberately unfriendly." Three d months after the Lusitania outrage, and in defiance of America's warn ing, the Arabic was sunk. Every . one naturally expected th...
GOLLIWOG IN COURT. VISIT TO A CLAIRVOYANTE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
GiEL1WOG IN COURT. VISIT TO A OLAIRVOYANTE. Coloured gobes crystals, and all the other paraphernalia of a fortune teller, to say nothing of a large goliliwog, were on view at Westmin ster Police Court, when Mrs. E?za beth Sixsmith, otherwise. Mme. Betty, was remanded on a charge1 of professing to tell fortunes. Mme.1 Betty it was stated, had been ar-1 rested while on her way to a church bazaar, at which she had been ad vertised as a clairv?oyane. It was stated by counsel for the Oonmris sioner of Police tiit. Mme. Betty was a charlatan and common cheat. For years 'past she had carried' on a large and flourishing chicanery business, and persons sent by the police to her house had been told than her engagements were so many that she was booked five weeks in advuan e. D~eteetive-inspector Barrett told of a visit he paid to her esbablishment in November 1913. She was public. ly advertising her paliEng on a brass plate, which described her as 4 cer tificated palmist and c1airvoyan ie. an...
KALGOORLIE-PERTH EXPRESS Perth, Feb. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
KALUOORLIE-PERTII EXPRESS Perth, Feb. 7. Mr. A. E. Green M.L.A., is in receipt of a letter n reference tg grevious questions lie asked in the ouse regarding accommodation r second class passengers an the goorlie express. A waiter, gi nis name, stated that a firs clas$ passenger, with her husbadhd n two children travelled with firs cjas tickets from Carra'bin to Pertl qh December 8. One of the chil ren becae eick in her arms after eaving Oarrabn. 'The porter i 4ored the part that no accoommo 4ton was av able and advised theri to get off at f erredin pd await the second ivision, SBh stood in the corridor or sat in the lavatory to Ierredin got off there, waited, nd joined the pecond diy sion whio, proved as 1isgrce17y over-crowded as the first. Finlly owing to the charity of a seconid class passenger-the first class pea: sengers being all too comfortable for charity--she was enabled to sit 4gwn, though nursiog the sick child all the time. The husband and the other child were compelled ...