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HEALTH INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
HEALTH INSURANCE. Although the: aGre so many kinds of insurance coverin? ?lmost every. thing in exiestenoe such as marine, life, and fiq insuranao, there is n6 insursane against ill health in the ordinary sense. But there is a health insurance nevertheless, and it is very simple and effective. To main tain good health keep the system olean and the blood pure by taking Dr. Morse's Indian Roo Pills. More care should be taken of hte• system and when it requires a little assuitanoe to carry its often too heavy load, a Dr. Mor'e's Indian Rodot Pill shoul be taken, which willensure th wo of the organs of Dit son and tri. fiog
EVENING CONTINUATION SCHOOL KALGOORLIE AND BOULDER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
EVENHIH CONTINUATION SCHOOL .KALGOOI1UE AND BOULDER. Every year step forward in the gro~wtho th evalg Cnongaian tion Schools. Cloqe upon '30001 st denta attended the classe.. id esstern A.uast ia _"xaM yeoar' the goldfields quota being 500. Pry vision ha. been made for etude? whoe iig~ee raaye. from 14 to years, to receive tuztioa i6 su oouras of lxtatm-uction, viz., Cswi...:et oiaa- jnduitial om .domeeaile 4 n t ono~r ins . g~Lrasl . -V --tt k rnna e idonloaton facitIeas st I .-and wiAbt the jfhole-hestbed supyat4 and co-Opexateou of pc.rec~tqq toychert, . rL . buaPftas ant p~ji men3 a stilt. greater inprovetanut would bh notieAd in t e attsndtnee at the conitiauatikn a~ool. There is_ a demand for oefttcnt iworknen. Tb. Stat. -maoognee that fact, and to, that ead tha. Eite I cation De.parbnent hte et.h4 i olses in pra?atB - .ti L to codpo k and meIt-c? audak,A S?lnkia up ementary with t t I -rad.e da.e. As re.arda th ec - j mTn ial course tlhe ipsr. tr cover tLoekkeeplag. sal,"1, 2...
Statement by Engineer. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
Statement by Engineer. Mr. Bosustow last night said he had been inteiviewed by Messrs. Clifford and Ogier, with a view to having the two men reinstated. Be fore he could entertain the idea-of considering such a proposal, it would be necessary for them to put in writing certain undertakings. This, he said, they had definitely refused to do, and the matter, so far as he was concerned, was at a deadlock. The Bishop of Kalgoorlie is suf fering from a severe attack of quinsy. He will not be able to preach as previously announced, on Sunday evening, when he hoped to speak on "Gambling." He has, however, written out his address, which Canon Edington will read on Ithat occasion. Inforniation was received in Boul der yesterday that sapper Leslie 1 Thompson was killed in action on 1 February 5. The sad news was con veyed by the Rev. E. G. Petherick to the deceased soldier's grand mother, Mrs. Millen, and aunt. Mrs. Moyle, of Hainault-road, and also ito Mr. Stephens, of Miller-street. Mr. Broo...
COASTAL RACING. GOODWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
' COASTAL RACIXG. GOODWOOD. The W.A. Racing .Association fix ture at Goodwood to-day 'was well attended. The following were the results:- THIRD DIVISION HANDICAP., Seven and a half furlongs. Beckoff, 9.10 (Hyde) ... ... ... I Gauleon Lass, 8.5 (Godfrey ...... 2 1Mercuric, 7.9 (Conway) ... ... ... Eight other starters. Betting.-3 to - agst. the winner. Dividends.--Straightout, 45l/ ; place 111, 32/, 10/. Won by half a head. Time, 1 min. 39i sec. FOURTH DIVISION HANDICAP. Seven and a half furlongs. Lady Chelsea, 7.0 (Conway) . ... 1 Fleetlock, 8. 0 (Mitchell) ......... -2 Coondoo 7.10 (Hyde) .......... Ten other starters. Betting.-2 to 1 agst. Hanmaer lock, 5 to .1 the winner. Dividends: Straightout, 93/; place, Q3/, 14/, 15/. Won by a lkngth and a quarter. Time, 1 min. 40J see. OPEN HANDICAP TROT. Nine furlongs. Major' Tracey, sc. (Davies) ... 1 Willowby, 155 yds. bhd. (Rob erts) .... ...... ...... ... S..... Furreed's Hope, 100 yds. bhd., (Booth) ... ... ............... 3 Seven othe...
KEMBLA GRANGE RACES. THE TOTALISATOR IN USE. Sydney, Feb. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
KEMBLA GRANGE BACES.o THE TOTALISATOR IN USE. - Sydney, Feb. 14. Fully five times as many people than were preeen?t at any previous race meeting journeyed to Kembla. Grange to-day, and it is reasonable, Ito surmise that the introduction of the totalisator was the attraction.,' Curiosity run high, but people dii. not patronise itto .a large extent. Over the six races £'T90 15/ passed' Ithrough the macehine, a sum hardly I half of that held by one well-knovn-' bookmaker during the day. tGenr-. ally, prices offered by the book makers exceeded those bbtainable on the -tote, particularly over the Illawarra Welter, when they offerer? 10 to 1 bar two, and 25 to 1 bar. three, and several of the runners were named at 550 to 100 to 1. £100 Federal Income Returns.-' Unmarried persons without depen-. dants who are in receipt of a gross income of £100 'or more for the 'year ended June 30, .1916, are re quired to furnish returns of their income to the Deputy Commissioner, Perth, on or before Marc...
NEW YEAR'S HONOURS Melbourne, Feb. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
HEW YEAR'S IIOUiIRS Melbourne. Feb. 12. The Governor-General announced this evening that His Majesty the King has been pleased to confer the following New Year's honours: Order of St. Michael and St. George. To be Knight Conmmander.-The Hion. George John Murray, Chief Justice of South Australia. To be Companions.--Hon. James Mitchell, M.L.A., Minister for Rail ways, Water Supply and Industries, I West Australia; Mr. Leonard Rod way, Government Botanist, Tas mania. Knights Bachelor. Mr. Robert Randolph Garran, C.M.G.; Mr. Thomas Allright Dibbs, and Mr. John Grice. Adelaide, Feb. 12. The news that the Chief Justice, Sir George Murray, has been creat ed K.C.M.G. has been received with enthusiasm in South Australia, where Sir George is at once one of the most distinguished and most popular men. He is the son of the late Mr. A. B. Murray, a noted pio neer sheep-breeder and South Aus tralian legislator, and was born at Murray Park, Magill, in 1863. He began his education at the well known...
WORK FOR THOUSAND CARPENTERS DEMAND BY BRITAIN. Melbourne, Feb. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
WORK 101R fHOU AKD CABPENTFRS DEMAN) BY BRITAIN. M elbourne, Feb. 14.. -The: Prime Minister, Mr. Hughes, to-day- : informed a .deputation which waited upon -him with reg.rd. to the question of employment.-that the Imperial -Government had, at his. suggestion, agreed to take; a. thousand carpenters from Australia to assist .in war -work in Great Britain; .and that, -if these men .werer nominated by the Trades Hall authorities; transports would be provided to ..convay them -to Eng-, land. Mr.- E; C. -Grey.. secretary of the Melbourne- Trades -Hall Council, in introducing' the deputation, - stated that the deputation arose from a resolution passed by the council with regard to the restrictions placed upon men- who wished to leave . the country to seek work. The council contended hat .eit her work must be .found. for;.these men, or the restrictions -now placed nuon them must be removed or' modified.: Taere were about a thousand car penters, 150 bricklayers, 70 plumh~n ers, 70 plasterers...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
FUN.ERAL THE LATE MISS MARSHALL. The funeral of the late Miss Ivy Dawson Marshall took place on oaday last in the Church of Eng and portion of the Boulder Ceme-.ý tery. The cortege moved from her mother's residence in Vivian-street, Boulder, and was-well attended by the deceased's personal relatives and friends. Amongst the floral tri butes received were those from Mr. and Mrs. T. Dunston, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cropk and Mrs. Cronk sen., Mrs. C. Jackson.- Private and Mrs. Morley. )Mary, Jack and Jane, Mr. Fred Northey, Mrs. Truman and family, F. and J. Stout; Mr. and Mrs. Shaw, Mr. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Cleghorn Mr. and Mrs. yan, Mr. and rs.- Fisher and nil ,Mr T. C. Williams, Mr. and rs: E.' Bryant, Nurse Shan non, Jessie and Muriel Kelly, Mrs. va Williams, Aunt Emma and Myrtle, Mrs. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Shakles, Mr. and Mrs Lennell, Mr. and .rs. Jensqns irs. and Mis! bryant, Mr,- and rs. Winfie? , Mr, qaid Mrs. lrablyn, Mrs. oper And family, Mr. rnd Mrs. r Wil liams, Thornm Daw and Ber...
BEER SUPPLIED TO ABORICINAL FINE OF TWENTY POUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
BEER SUPPLIED TO. ABOBICINAL FINE OF TWENTY POUNDS. James Buchanan Parsons appear ed before Messrs. E. R. Brown aind F. Bricknell, J's.P., in the Kal goorlie Police Court yesterday morn ing to answer two charges. The first was.that he, on Feb. 19, at Kalgoorlie, used insulting lan Iguage to Constable Hamilton. Par sons pleaded that he-was drunk at the time and may have used the language, which was common bush talk.: A fine of £1, or seven days' imprisonment, was imposed.' The second charge was thkt -he supplied intoxicating liquor (beer) to. an aboriginal native, Ted, con trary to the Aborigines Act. Ac cused pleaded not guilty. Plainclothbs-Constable Hamilton gave evidence that, at 8 p.m. on Saturday last he saw the accused in the lane at the rear of the Railway' Hotel 'with two aboriginals, a man and a woman. Witness. hid himself from view and heard accused say to one of the natives, "There is the bottle of beer I promised to get. you. Iave a'drink." The native replied, '"No 'than...
AUSTRALIANS IN ACTION THE ROLL OF HONOUR TWO SEVENTY-SECOND LIST Perth, Feb. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
AUSTRAI.IAN8 IN AUTION THE ROtl OF 0JIoOUR TWO SEVENTY-SECONID LIST Perth, Feb. 15. -The 272nd list of casualties among West Australians with the ,.I.F., in which the men whose rapk is not mentioned are private soldiers, is as follows: WEST AUSTRALIA. LED IN AOION. A?. V.. Carlson, MIt. Barker; C. Olsen, Perth. - DIED OF WOUNDS. Previously Reported. Wounded and Seriously Ill. - Sergeant H. C. Belcher, Water loo; Lanoe-Cpl. W, H. Studley,Eng land; R. Jones, Fremantle; A. L..W Buolnaster, Queanbeyan, N.S.W.; W.Moroom, Perth; Sgt.-Major. A. . O'Neil, Collie. DEATHS. From Ilinse, F, W. V. Kink. Fremantle: P Dodd, Wetheroo ; rDvr . M. . White, 'ortham; J. H. Lawn, Fremantle, cause not .stated. Injuries in Accident. Cor?r . Thomson, Sdo?and. PRI 0NRIS WAR. O. A. H. Perth, pre 1i~ly rrepotr kiled in action i; D. a, Ireland, and wounded, evioal repprted prisoner of ; "PW, . . Holmaa., Victoria. tarkh-ad wounded, previously re + prinsoer of 'an S MISSING. . Prviously Reported Wouedndl. T . C...
OLD AGE AND INVALID PENSIONS Melbourne, Feb. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
OLD AGE AND INVALID PENSIONS Melbourne, Feb. 14. The Treesrer Mr. Poynton re Sply'rg to Mr. Iunan in the A?uce of R. resentatdvees o-day, said that the Government could not reoont maend the payment of full pensions, yy-d ýýe nin.vlid, to persons z Ipinoo lum tbb's, who were earn . t ?n I i$ thefr living. T.T I we 408 bli p th ag tikt tos, ip Aunarahi, , I of whom wet reeeivang pension*, 133 eauned oer d P0/ per we under 40/; 3 were receiving over £2 er we To allov full pensio? , irrepec ve of eat ings, woul4 heqavily crease ~blUnd people recive ensio ~here erg 3200 blind perspns istral s..he q estion invre ~ens ons ha? o b .tons ered MOW;
SENSATIONAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT Queenstown (Tas.), Feb. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
SENSATIONAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT Queenstown (Tas.), Feb. 13. Shortly after 8 o'clock this morn ing a loaded truck, containing eighteen tons of flour and cases of ale got aw~y from the Queenstown' railway station. It travelled at a terrific rate towards Llynchford. Word was telephoned there,and the driver of the passenger train to Strachan, which was standing a couple-.f chaine out of the station, was trying to get his train away when the runaway crashed into it. The guardsvan was smashed to Speoeos. A passenger car was com pletely wrecked, and the passen gers were thrown out in all direc tions, but all had a wonderful es cape from serious injury. The next car was also badly damaged, while the van next to the engine was much knocked about. . .--,
TROTTING. W.A. ASSOCIATION MEETING. Perth, Feb. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
TROTTINU. W.A. ASSOCIATION MEETING. Perth. Feb. 11. The following were the results Jf the trotting meeting last evening - CONSOLATION HANDICA?. L One mile and a quarter. Lord Collingwood, 185 yds. bhd. (Thomas) ................ ... I... Capltain, ser. (Powell) ... .. 2 Vanity, 150 yds.. bhd. (Walker) ... 3 Eleven other starters. Betting: 5 to 1 agst. the winner. Dividends : Straight-out, 38/. Place. 19/. 24/, 19/. Won by one and a quarter lengths. Time, .3 min. 27 sec. FOURTH DIVISION HANDICAP. Nine furlongs. Mona Wilkes, 65- yds. bhdd. (Me Encroe) ... .. 1 Rosy Wilkes, 15 yds. bhd. (Gal braith) ...... ... ' .. ....... ...... 2 Zeestos, 35 yds. bhd. (Pollock) ... 3 Thirteen other starters. Betting:' Evens agst the winner. Dividends: Straight-out. 12/. Place, 8/, 35/. 20/. Won easily. SECOND DIVISION HANDICAP. Nine furlongs. Tippo, scr. (McDonald) ......... 1 Lord Collingwood, 65 yds. bhd. (Thomas) ... ..: ......... ... ... 2 Lady Beldon, 15 yds. bhd. (Fol land) ...... ...... ... ......
LAWN TENNIS. NORSEMAN TENNIS CLUB. Norseman, Feb. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
1LAWN TENNIS. NORSEMAN TENNIS CLUB. Norseman, Feb. 9. At a social and dance held under the auspices 6f the Norseman Ten nis Club on Wednesday evening tie president, Mr. J. V. W. Mathers, presented the prizes won in the mixed doubles tournament, which has just been concluded. to* Mrs. Ide and Mr. T. Russell. The secre tary. Rev. F. G. Smith, who is shortly leaving the district, tender ed his resignation, which was ac cepted with regret, and Mr. H. R. Brown was elected in his stead.
THE COST OF NEGLECT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
THE COST OF NEGLECT. Think of the cost of neglecting your kidneys. It means that you are allowing kidney poisons to ac cumulate in the system, and these poisons cause violent pains in the back, dropsical swellings, urinary disorders, gravel, - stone,rheumatism, gout, lassitude, sleeplessness, in clination to worry, excessive thirst, irregular heart action. neuralgia. The genuine Doan's Backache KIid ney Pills restore to strained over worked kidneys their full power of filtering the dangerous kidney poi sons from the blood, and discharg ing them from the system. Read this case: Mrs. J. W. Ryan, Jenkins-street, East Montana, Coolgardie, sa.s: "Many. years ago my husband nmet with a nasty accident, and he must have injured his kidneys in some way, as afterwards his back was al ways aching. The pain was af times very severe, particularly when lhe did any stooping or moved about quickly. He heard of Deoan's Back ach. Kidney Pills lieing specially good for complaints similar to his, so go...
KALGOORLIE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 20 February 1917
KALGOORLIE. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL The attached excerp:ts are taken from the reports of the several com raittees of the' Kalgoorlie Mlunicipal Council,' as presented to that body on Monday night. Financial Committee. Cash Book Balances.-.General ac count, dr., £1284 12/; sanitary ac count, cr., £1100 0/4; health ac count, dr.. £1125 9/104 0lectri, light account, dr,, £1024 9/10. Total dr. all acoounts, £11,885 1111. Electricity .D]partment.-The elec trical engineer reporte?d inter alia : 'This month, so far as it has gone, there is a diminution of 1863 units sent to the mains during the first six days of the month, which corres ponds to 12 per cent., largely due to the fact that last week was unusual ly cold for this time of the year, with a consequent cessetion of ice making plants. The indications are that the present warm weather will somewhat improve our output." Blaok Bros'. Estate.-The Official Receiver in Bankruptcy wrote dcecir. ing to know why the council dispos ed of two marble...