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GOLDEN RIDGE G.M. MANAGER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
K GOLDEN RIDGE G.M. MANAGER'S REPORT. The manager of the Golden Ridge mi?ir in the course of his report of the company's operations' at the mine, in the course of his' report of tember 30. 1916, writes : "During the period we have crushedy65 tons for the public, axnd 3991 tons of company's_-stone, which latter' yielded. £11,769, equal to 59/ per ton. This inc:udes 982 tons for £4859, broken by tributers. We have only been able to keep the mill running for one shift, but have kept the ore cleaner. "A large proportion of our stone has' still-been broken from the small spur vein off.No. 2 east reef at the 200 ft. level. Although it , has. been somewhat irregular as to widths and values, it has always been of pay adble average. All our development work has been dohe oh this vein, and we have opened rp a fair ton-' nage of stone. The west reef at the 260 ft. level has yielded a consider able" quantity of payable stone; and' we have, now four machines stoping from it. There is still a fai...
WESTONIA. PROSPECTORS AND LEASEHOLDERS' ASSOCIATION. Westonia, Nov. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
PRO8PECTOR.S AND LEASE HOLDEIS' ASSOCIATION. Westonia, Nov. 29. ConsideTable interest is being dis .played in Westonia distriot regard ming the newly-formed local branch cf the West Australian Prospectors .anid Leaeholders' Association. A general meet.ing of members and in tending members has been convened for Sunday afternoon, December 3, f,'r the purpose of discussing gen c~ral business affecting local prospec tors and leaseholders. and, for the purpose, also, of electing office bearers for. the ensuing 12 months. The governing committee of the Westonia Miners' Hall have kindly granted their hall to the prospec tors' .organisat;ion for meeting pur poses. The. Minister for Mines has, however, been approached by the acting secretary with a" request for a land grant. If the request is ac ceded to by tho ,Minister, the Pros-. pectors and Leaseholders' Associa tion have in view the erection of a rilain and serviceable bungalow bailding as a meeting-place.
RESPONSE TO CALLING UP Melbourne, Dec. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
RESPONSE TO CALLINC UP Melbourne, Dec 1. The Assistant Minister, Mr. Laird Smith, in reply. to Mr. Charlton. eacC. that 190,869. persons had re ported for home defence under the recent proclamation, 110,193 being passed as fit. Of that number, 33,184 volunteered for active ser- I vice, 4694 being accepted. Mr. Hughes said the Chief Elec-1 toral Officer was in possession of in formation as to the voting of thil1 mein at the front at the recent ref erendum.
BISHOP OF BUNBURY RESIGNS Perth, Dec. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
BISHOP OF BUhBUlY (IESIGNHS Perth, Dec. 1. The Bishop of Bunbury has noti fled his Diocesan Council of his impending resignation of the Lee, which he has held nearly 13 years. The Bishop is of the opinion that I the diocese would now be better ! served by a younger man. He has been engaged in the work of the church in West Australia for nearly 30 years, having arrived in. the, State as .the Dean of Perth in 1888. The Bishop and Mrs. Goldsmith expect to leave for England in Feb . izarp
PROGRESS REPORTS. HANSEL MUNDY (GOONGARRIE). [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
PROGRESS REPORTS. $ANSEL MUNI)Y (GOON GARRIE). Report to November 4:-No. 1 Slhaft.-Crossout west extended 14 ft.'; total, 59 ft. Face crosscut now in slaty schist. Crosscut east to Hicks Main Reef now 6 ft. Passed ,through small leaders worth 10 dwt. just. off shaft ; have also been pros pectinS on a surface leader 250 ft.. south No. 1 shaft; this shows a lit I tle rough gold in opening up. Its course is from the Boddington line. No. 2. Shlaft.-Crosscut east extend ed 81 ft. through to old workings,. showinmg 10 ft. schist and stopes 2$ ft. wide from which stone has been taken out. Not being deep enough to clear old workings, decided to sink a small winze to pick up virgin ground. Winzo sunk 12 ft. under great difficulties. owing to water. However, it has revealed the. fact thaA the schist has given place to a quartz and schist body the whole depth, and indicates that a change Iha taken place. This body shows, fine gold throughout. Intend to persevere with this work to the foot. wal...
OCTOBER OUTPUT. EDNA MAY DEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
OCTOBER OUTPUT. EDNA MAY DEEP. The manager of the Edna May Deep Levels reports:-Crushed 375 tons for yield of 376 oz. i dwt., valued at £1500. Mining and mill Sng ,oosts £890. Balance of profit expended on new plant. Ore treate, .ed was won from driving at 480 ff. level. Have now treated 900 tons .for about £4018. fRBsadues are esti sa.ted.at over 12/ p.r ton.
OCHRE DEPOSITS NEAR KALGOORLIE. SUCCESSFUL EXPERIMENTS IN PAINT MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
OCHRE DEPOSITS NEAR KALGOORLIE. SUCCESSFUL EXPERIMENTS IN PAINT MAKING. Large sums of money are sent out of Australia annually for the pur-1 chase &lt;" paint, this State, of course, contributing its proportion. It, woTid be a good thing if the paint now imported into this State "oould be manufactured locally and the money which is now sent away were cir oulated among the workers in a local paint making industry. Mr. W. Goss, of Hannan-street, Kalgoorlie, holds that view on the subject, and h6- is confident that in the near future he will be in a position to supply the greater part. of the paint used in West Aurtralia. excepting white lead. Mr. Goss has had 25 years' experience as a painter, and for some time past he has been ex perimenting with local products in the manufaoture of paint. At the' Kalgoorlie Warden's Court recently he was granted the rights tb a large dump of suitable material on an abandoned lease a short' 'distance east of Kalgoorlie, and on Tuesday last he...
THE GOLD YIELD. Perth, Dec. 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
THE GOLD YIELD. Perth, Dc. 1, . The official returns issued by the Mines Depa?romi nt. show that the quantity of gol4 received at the Mant and entered for export during November amnlunt'ed to 88,837 fine oz., valued at £375 ,235 The total ,was .646 oz. more than that. of .the previous month, and 11,686 oz. loss than for the corresponding month of last year.
LONDON METAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
LONDON METAL MARKET. The Australians Metal Exchange reports London Metal Exchange middle quotations of November 31 as follows :-?opper, saendasl,spot, per ton, £151 5]; do., three months, £143 5/; copper electrolytic, £187" 10/; lead, soft, foreign. spot, £30 o0/; do.. forward, £29 10/; spelter, spot, £59; do., forward. £58; tin,. standard spot, £189 7/j6; do., three months, £191 2/6; silver, standard, 2/11 1-16 per oz.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
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THE MAY QUEEN. A CONSISTENT PRODUCER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
THE MAY QUEEN. A CONSISTENT PRODUCER. The May Queen mine, near Mar vel Loch, has proved a litle bo nauzE to its fort'unato owners (Messrs. Lidd'e and Downey). The latest crushing, reported in these columns a few days ago, gave a re turn of 515 oz. 13 dwt. from 55 tons of ore, the previous yield in he early part of the year being 408 z., from 60 tons, making a, r'ta; for the year of 923 oz. from 115 tons. Last year this, little show yielded 827.77 - or from 1151 tons, and the tvtal production to date is 3737 oz. fine gold from 621e tons of ore. Another consistent producer in the same neighbotrhood is the Bohe mian, owned by Messrs. Kernick, Kim, and Campbel, which up to "t?o end of last year .had yielded 2901 oz.-trom 2924 tnnb
KALGOORLIE WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
IALGOORLIE WARDEN'S COURT. At the sitting ot the Warden's Court, in Kalgoorlie; yesterday, the followin~ list .was dealt with - Objeotion eE by Edgar H. Haro ria, applicanib for Prospecting Area No. 862E, situated .at Mt. Monger, to the registration of .Prospecting Area No. 860E, to Thomas Tenadale and William Patey.. Recommended, subject to survey. Objection 7E, by George W. Davidson, ppiocant for sGold Min-, ing Lease No. 4583E, situated at Mt. Monger, to the registration ' Proseotanng Area 880oE to Thomas Teasdale ande William Patey. Re commended, subject to survey. App'ication for Gold Mining Lease, No. 458E THidden Treaaurxe, situ ated' at .i Moniger; applicant, 'Wil liam Jules Reside. Recommended: Ayolicatioa for Mineral Oladm No. 1, for magnesite. st Bulong. Appli cants, the Permaeit.e Menufacturig Co., Ltd. Recommended. Application for Reward Claim No. 348E, for ochre; applicant, William Goss. Granted. Ap?lication for Claim No. 349E; apphlcatn, Joseph Gilbert. Granted. Appli...
HOME AFFAIRS INQUIRY Melbourne, Dec. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
HUOM AFFAIRS INQUIIY Melbourne, Dec. 3. The Postmaster-General, Mr. Web @ter, the Minister chiefly responsible for the creawtion aad conduct of the Home Affa&ir Department inquiry, stated on Saturday that an altera thon had been made in the matters to be reported on by the Coinmis sion, and it was probable that the inquiry would now be concludrl arly in the new v.os
FAREWELL TO DEPARTING SOLDIERS "AUSTRALIA'S STAKE IN THE GREAT WAR." [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
FAREWELL TO DEPARTING SOLDIERS "AUSTRALIA'1 S STAKE IN THE GREAT WAR." The function vhich took place at the Kalgoorlie Town Hall on Sun day afternoon, in honour of depart ing aoldiers, was attended by a large crowd. The musical portion of the programme was furnisned by an orchestra, consisting of senior cadets, under Captain Henderson, and by Senior Cadets assisted by a number of young lady friends. The entertainment was of a most agreeable- character. The attached programme was gone through: Overture, Cadet Oshestra; song and chorus, "Gallant Scout Boys,' aste Tom Gowans; duet, "Come, Sing to eMe," Miss D. Pascarl. and r. McDiarmid * selection, "Lead S0 aviour " lalgoorlle Band;; olo, Alone,'" Miss athleen Mur yso and chorus, "Australia - l b~ ere," Senior Cadets and y fiend? selection "La Gloria," Oad?b Orcbsetra; solo "When I wad a -Dreamer " Mr. Gordon Wil liams (enoored); recitation, Miss Adelaide Kalman; violin solo, "The Broken MelQdy," Mr. Lance Phoe nix (ncored)l and song, ...
HIDDEN SECRET G.M. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
HIDDEN SECRET G.M. An enacouraging development has occurred in the Hidden Secret G.M., at the north end of the belt, which, for the past . teen months, has been worked on of a Kalgoorlie syndicate, ater it had been lying praictald idle for, some years. The main shaift is down to 400 ft., and from the bottom level a winse has been sunk another 100 ft. At 500 ft. a. crososut was put pt about 100 ft., but failed to rev sl le stone. A start was then ma rto crosscut north, and at about 10 ft. in a narrow vein of nicely mineral ised stone was struck. This has been driven on for a short distance and is now about 10 in. wide in the face. It shows free gold in' places, and the average value for the dis tance driven is estimated at aboiit 10 dwt. Some years ago when the mine w~i yielding rich cruebings the ore carried telluride, but so far the as says made of the stone now being opened up have not revealed the presence of thlt mineral. The -manager. Mr. OGraini, regards the i development as a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
Are Your Kidneys Weak ? WEAK KIDNEYS CAUSE BACKACHE, ORAV L URRINARY DISOQRDBS,. DROPSY, LUMBAGO AND RIEMATISM. Every moment of your life pro- A Boulder Woman sonous waste keeps gtttiag into the blood from your food, and from the' Cured by Do ao's Pllis. wear and tear of the body. But the Mrs. James Black, 194 Hop- "ry pte kidneys flter it out and ke-ep the kins-street, Boulder, . ays:-- tle a tory.' blood pure. !'For oa I wae troubled with pains .acrosm the small of Put when the kidneys are weak my back, which wore at times ver ·severe. I used a lot ,of they cannot do their work thorough- 'medicinee without benefit ou ly. Then some of he poisonous #1 I pmroced Doan's Backache waste gets left in the blood; and you Kidney Pillk. I was feeling begin to feel dull, heavy, and drou- very i1 at the 4sme I got this sy; your back is bad, your head remedy and badly in need of something that would drive aches; dropsical swellings appear the pains out of my back and in the ankles or under the ...
GOLD MINING AND WAR PROFITS TAXATION. The Present Position of the Industry in this State. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
GOLD MIMING AND WAR PROFITS TAXATION. (By W. A. Macleod, in the Monthly Journal of the Chamber of Mines.) (Continued.) The Present Position of the Industry in this State. The goldmining industry embraces not only the operations of .the large and well-known mines,, but also those of smaller companies and syn dicates, of tributers, and of prospec tors. The large mines are, all of them, working from year to year at greater depths--the Ivanhoe shaft is now down to 3620 ft., the Golden Horse shoe 3110 ft.,and the Sons of Gwalia nearly 3500 ft.; these depths must further increase, and concomitantly working costs will increase and pro fits diminish. The world over, with few exceptions, increasing depth has been accompanied by a steady and appreciable drop in grade of ore, and West Australian ,mining con firms this experience." Here, then, is a further factor adversely affect ing profits. These two adverse fao tors, increasing depth and decreas ing grade, are continually operative and canno...
THE I.W.W. CRIMES Sydney, Dec. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
THE I.W.W. 'CRIMES Sydney, Dec. 3. At the Central Criminal Court on Saturday, Mr. Justice Pring sen tenced the 12 members of the I.W.W. who had been convicted on charges of conspiracy. The men were:-Chas. Reeve (30), England; Thos. Glynn (35), Ireland; Peter Larkin (46), Ireland- John Hamilton (42), Victoria; Bernard BoL Besant (25), England ; Donald McPherson (29). Scotland; William Beattey . (30), England; Morris Joseph Fagin (40), Iussia; Donald Gra.nt (27), Scotland Thos. Moore (34). New ,Zealand; fohn Benjamin King (46), Canada; William Teen (30), Tasmania. His Honour, before pronouncing the sentences, said th- jury had done no more than its duty. The jury had come to the one conclusion that. was open to any man .with coinmon sense. "You are members: of an association," he said, "which I do not hesitate to state, after the revelations in this case, is an asso ciation of criminals of the very worst type, and a hot-bed of crime. I hope. thaut now very strong and drastic steps wil...
DEFENDED DIVORCE SUIT Perth, Nov. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 5 December 1916
DEfENDED IDIVURCE SUIT Perth Nov. 30. Ge orge Albert Fimniael (32), assis tant stationmlster at Meekatharra, was the petitioner in a suit for divorce, the hearing of which was begun to-day before the Ohief Jus tioe and a special jury. Oticia Mabel Elizabeth Iimmel, nee Buckingham, aged 26 years, was' the respondent. The divorce was sought on the ground of misconduct with John 'Hanrahan, 'of Meeka tharra, a union secretary, who was' joined as co-respondent. Mrs. Fimmel and co-respondent denied misconduct .in their answers to the petition.- Mrs. Fimmel ,fur ther complained that there had been cruelty by her husband, the petz tioner, who in turn denied the al legtion. . The case for the petitioner was that the marriage took place in January. 1909, in Perth. At the time petitioner was in the railway service. His duties often kept him out from home till after the depar ture . f the last train. Mrs. Fimmel, at the time of marriage, was only 19 years of age, and there were two children. Af...