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EDNA MAY JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
EDNA MAY JUNqIION. Report to January 31:-Great Un known Mine, Madsa.--S, Stop; Reef at extreme S. end is broken up, with bands of mullock. between each lenz. of stone. This necessa tates more sorting and picking foP the time being. Am of opinion that as the next stope or bench- is brought in, the. reef will becomb more defined and settled. From ths point at the end of the pass wherd the stopes are taken off from, the stone is in a consolidated form an Here a large. leader up to a foo wide, dipping . E., intercepted thq main line of reef. From. here then underhand -stoped the ground. I should like to open up this shaft to connect for air, and the chance q picking up a run of atone but - ft would necessitate the timbering the shaft throughouk, No.. 2 Sh -N. of No. 2 prospecting at S2 f deep; drive S. extended 12 ft., tota 20 ft. The large body previously ported has. become more -con ce trated, and now from 3} It. to 4 ft prospects still show the presence o gold up to several dwt. I be...
QUEENSLAND STOCK EMBARGO Melbourne, Feb. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
MUEENSLAND sTOCK MBANORC Melbourne, Feb. 14. . The Prime -Miister, replying to Mr. Groom (Q.), in the House of @(epresentativee to-day, said that a 'formal regulation had been drawn up to prohibit the Government of Queensland placing an embargo on the export of cattle from Queens land to other States., (Cheers). M Mrs. Kelly Williams has received from her brother, Private J. A. Cowden, who enlisted in Kalgoorlie, a caxd bearing a German-postmark indicating that he is a: prisoner' of war. It is dated November, .23, and states-'that he is well. Pri .vate' Cowden was reported missing g9 )ov1ember 4
MYSTERY OF A GUN [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
MYSTERY OF A iUN William Brown appeared in .the Kalgoorlie Courb Wednesday to answer a charge that he, on Janu ary 30, at Parkestown. unlawfully retained, after due notice of claim, lone gun, valued at £12, the pro perty of John A. Arvidson and lent by Arvidson to him on becember 16. Mlr. Cowle appeared for the plain tiff, and Mr. O'Dea for the defen-. dant. John Arvidson gave evidence that the gun, which was of the United Service Factory pattern, was ob tained by him about 18 months ago from a Mr. Steadman. On Decem ber 16 witness lent Brown the gun, Brown promising to return it next night, which he did not do, although spoken to several times later... On Wrednesday morning Brown told wit ness' his brother had taken the gun out in mistake for his own, that it had been broken, and that his brother had taken it to Wilson's bicycle shop in Boulder. Witness saw it there, but the barrels. were not his. On December 30 Brown left the gun at the fitting : shop where witness was working. ' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
WEDERAL INCOME TAX J' •" RETURNS For the Twelve Months, July 1, 1915, to June 30, 1916. Public attention is directed to the requirements of' Section 15 of the Income Tax Assessment Act (No. 2) of 1916. which provides that' all per sons resident in uAustralia who were not' married and who had no depen dants during the twelve months comr mencing July 1, 1915, and ending June 30, 1916 and whose gross in come from all sources in Australia during that period amounted to the sum of £100 or. upwards,, are .requir ed to furnish Federal Income Tax Returns. The .word "dependant" means a relative of the taxpayer by blpod, marriage, or adoption, . to wards whose. maintenance the tax payer has. contributed at least £26. during the year in which his tax-I able income was derived. 'Persons who have already sent in returns and who were unmarried on the 1st July, 1916, and had no dependants for the above period of 12' months, are re quired to0 notify' me accordingly on or' before the 15th March, 191...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
ECONOMICAL: In a double sense. (z.) With the help of LEA &. PERRINWS AUOCE a pleasing variety of economtcal ,Made Dishes can be prepared from Cold IMeats, &c. (s.) LEA & PERRINS' is also economical in S"itself, a few drops only being necessary to give a delicious and appetizing lvour to the plainest dish. OThe riginal and Gen WORCESTERSWR.
WATER FOR ORA BANDA Perth, Feb. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
WATER FOR ORA BANIA Perth Feb. 3. Mr. Lamibert states that this morning be got into communication with the Water Supply Departmenb and was now able to state that they were prepared to acoept the offer of Mr Roberts,the general manager of the Vidtorious mine, Ora Bands, and a supply of fresh water from the dam was now available. It is understood that the Water Supply Department is taking every possible care to prevent a cessation of work in the district;
SOLDIERS IN HOSPITAL CASH ADVANCES. Melbourne, Feb. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
SOLDIERS IN HOSPITAL CASH ADVANCES. Melbourne, :Feb. 12. The Minister for Defence, Senator Pearce, stated to-day that the sol diers in hospital abroad now receive at the discretion of the officer com mandig the hospital cash payments up to 3/6 per week. This sum would suffice to meet the scant needs of the men while in hospital. The concession, he added, was a depar ture from a long established practice Iobtaining in the Imperial Army 'os pitals of not permitting payments in hospitals, in view of the necessity for adhering to the prescribed diet with the addition of such luxury, as the Red Cross authorities are au thorised to distribute.
NORTHERN MINERS' UNION BRANCHES [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
NORTHERN MINERS' UNION BRANCHES After a trip to the northern fields for the purpose of assisting the general secretary of the Federated I Miners' Association in preparing evidence for the organisation's com ing Arbitration Court plaint, the State secretary, Mr. Geo McLeod, said yesterday that in some places there was competition among mem-. bers as to who should be witnesses, and at other centres it was difficult to obtain anyone at' all. It had been ararnged that in some places he and the local officers should choose the men who would give evidence, "because " he explained, "it was thought that if it became known who had been chosen for' wit nesses they would not be allowed to remain long in the district." His attention had been drawn to the way in which managers in those dis tricts had dispensed with witnesses who gave evidence in previous ar bitration cases, and this, he thought, had had a deterrent effect on the response to the request for men to come forward and uphold the clai...
VOTES FOR SOLDIERS Melbourne, Feb. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
VOTES -FOR SOLDIERS Melbourne, Feb., 1.. Senator Pearce, in reply to Sena tor Gardiner, in the Senate to-day, said that it was intended to intro. duce a bill providing that Austra lian soldiers at the front could vote at the Federal elections. Senator Russell, in reply to Senator Grant, said that any sol dier of proper age at the fronb could apuly to have his name platn edon the electoral roll. It was not nroposed to include in the ralls men between the age of 18 and 21. - -
KALGOORLIE MATTERS Perth, Feb. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
KALUOORLIE MA?TERS. Perth, Feb. i4. The member for Kalgoorlie, Mr; A. E. Green, and the Mayor, Mr. Davidson, and Or. A. S. Green have been busy during the last few days interviewing Ministers and the departmental heads on various mat ters affecting Kalgoorlie. On Friday a deputation will wait upon the Minister for Railways and Industries, Mr. Mitchell, and the Minister for Works, Mr. George. The latter visit is .in connection with • certain sanitation proposals affecting the P.W.D.: buildings and the West Kalgoorlie post office. I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
PIMPLES SO SORE. GOT LN ILE SLEEP Healed by Cuticura T ial Free "'When I started to shave my face broke out in one mass of festered pirtn ples. Each pimplewas mat.. tered and had a red ring the sire of a sixpence round it and at nights the pimplet became so Irritating and sore that I got little sleep., "I saw the Cuticura ad vertisement and I decide to try the Cuticura SOap a Ointminent. In twomon y face was smooth and not the sign of limple on It," (Signed) A. iWlso? icester St., Fitzroy, Vic., Sept. 2' ? ree sample each by post with 32", n Book. (Soap to cleanse and 01s f nt to heal,) Address vostCarc Towns & Co.. Sydney. , Jk O? ?h??u, ?..rg65t~ r: ?
APPETITE AND HEALTH [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
APPETITE AN?11 HIEALTE ,--~-4~. Loss. ofappetite is. a sure ?igpn o il : heslth. iTath.oe who take Dr.. Williama' Pink Pills for Pale People as a tonic invariably say that their. iw. -Poem}t -ben & an with. a. noticeable ionease I f 0 appetite. Whena are .jk a your vitality is 0 your ap titf- falsh. Nothing#,a, goo&d ,u ke no pleasurej your meald. Under, such ciro tioes god ' e?ton is linpossib When . Dr, Wilims' - Pin? -P tone. p tl h entire system, the biO enrich d snd g red blo esent l to normal di estion. that aima e s togth6neOd, not ms jndd t0 o*noe more,. er a ood pp tte LookingC ward bytto meal "eta the . signs ac eturning hoaut t t the becomes a bookhe o,., ? ill end requeq,. ' ieves the 4lgeatibillty of. different .foods the -propet dies in' varlos and-s handy book to ave. " The prioe ofl Dr. Williiam#' PI Pils is 2/9 per box. `Your do?e:er sells them, or they will sent by mail, post paid, o reeel of price. _ cerebro-Spinal Mnin Itis 0"... T was learned las...
REFERENDUM DAY INCIBENT MESSAGE FROM SENATOR LYNCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
REFERENDUM bAY INCIBENT 1 MESSAGE FROM SENATOR LYNCH. The Federal Minister for Works, Senator Lynch, has telegraphed from Melbourne to the editor of I the "Kalgoorlie Miner" as follows' with regard to an incident during a conscription argument on Refer endum Day, when it is alleged that 'he said to a woman, "Your sex will not save you" : "Your paper to hand January 27 contains statement by Clifforda and supporting declarations regard ing incident in Hannan-street on Referendum polling day concerning me. Statement and declarations are at once half story, half truth, I and wicked exaggeration. Since I Clifford must. descend to such vili- I fication, he can say and get said and get sworn what he please in ;future about me. I would not; Itouch him with a fumigated tongs." I !
LABOUR DIFFERENCES [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
LABOUR OIFFERENCES Whe Workers' Hall, Boulder, was crowded last night with miners at fending the .iotnightly meeting of the union, which was expected .to deal with questions relating to the oZabbur congress in March,- which will discuss the A.L.F. State ex son?ive's motion concernlg Fed *ral members who followed the Prime Minister. A motion, that a special general .meeting be held to elect a delegate, was lost by 42 votes to 34,. and a iuggetion !to appoint by ballot the1 delgate was lost' in favour of ap p ointing him forthwith. Success. did not attend efforts to have the S`delekgate instructed by ballot what aourse to take 'at the .conference. permission being jefused by 40 otes . to 22 to add that the ballot 4uestion be, "Are you in favour of iunr W.A. Fedeeal nme'mbers remain ing in the W.A. Labour " move pneiit f It was finally decided to instruct the delegate to support the ; question subma;'ked by the State executive. Mr Geo. Callanan was, ?lected. *. -. I A notice of motinii...
NATIONAL FEDERATION CONSTITUTION FOR KALGOORLIE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
NATIONAL FEOERATION :CONSTITUTION FOR KALGOOR LIE.. SA meeting of the National Welfare League was held in the Council thamber of the Kalgoorlie Town all last night, when Mr. J. I. Cum 'ms presided over a large attend snee of members. : Correspondence from Mr. W. W. Alcock (secretary) and Mr. Vincent president) of the National Federa ion in Perth, dealing with the aims Mnd objects. of the organisation, was read.. It asked if. the National Wel fare League proposed to conduct its own affairs as a peparate organisa t..ion, or whether it thouzht best to become a branch of the Federation in Perth. This detail of the corre spondence was deferred for decision till the next meeting. A resolution to change the name -to that of the National Federation was put and carried, in accordance witih the recommendation of a sub committee that had been appointed to draft a constitution. -A letter was received from Mr. H. J. Madden, of Linden, whose appli cation for membership of the Fed eration was endo...
THE SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
TIE S3ILARElrAUKEf. DONALD J. CARMICHAEL. Adelaide, Feb. 17. :Associaed Northern, ýbt.yer 2l, , seller 2/I. New Boddington, buyer 3/10j, seller 4/11. Rullnch, buyer 1/3; seller 1/4. Commodore, uye. 4/4. ]Edna May, buyoF69/,, seller 69/6. Edna May Battler (paid), buyer 5/4, seller 5/8. Edna May Battler (con.), buyer 4/41, seller 4/6. Edna May ientral, buyer 17/9, seller 18/,. Edna May Consolidated (paid), . buyer 10/3, seller 10/6 . Edna May Consolidated •(con.), buyer 8/1, seller 8/2. Edna May Deep, buyer $/6, seller Eda May Junction (paid), buyer Edna May Junction (con.), buyer 2/l9, seller a3j1. Empress (paid), buyer ad., seller 5d. 4 Great. Boulder, buyer 10/8, seller. 10/7+o . . - Greenfinch (paid), buyer 1/71, seller 1/10. Greenfinch (con.), buyer lod., seller 1/. Ivanhoe, buyer 85/. Lake View and Star, buyer 1/3, seller 1/7. Leonora Blocks, seller 10/3. -M aaroa, buyer 6/1, seller /2. Nullagin Mine? buyer /6, seller 3/8. roya Links, buyer 4d. erseverance, buyer 4 rincess Royal...