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SOUTH KALGURLI CONSOLIDATED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916
SOUTRH K.LGURLI C0UN SOLIDATED. During November the South Kal gurli treated 0176 tons for a yield valued at £10,468. Working ex Iperses amounted to £9994; . Following is a summary of re venue, expendituro and profits since January, 1915: 'tons. Rev. 't. Pr. B £ £d Jan. .." 9,840 12,00 10,073 1,933 Feb,.. ,. 9,172 11,497 ,407. 2.090 Mar. .. 9,879 12,454 10,176.2,278 April 9,058 12,387 9,910 2,477 ay . ..- 9,805 12,410 O,91S 2,494 June .. 9,630 12,387 988 2,399 Ju7 ...,, 10,113 12,750 10,'704 2,046 Aug. ... 10,129 12,818 10,358 2,282 Sept. ... 9,868 12,388 10,107 2,259 Oct. ... 10,198 12,675 10,533 2,124 Nov. . ... 9,076 12,619 10,485 2,134 Dee. ... 10,022 12.384 10,269 2.073 1916- Jan.... ,.. 8,059 10,314 8,G?57 1;A57 Feb. ... 9,627 11,9168 9,915 2,001 Mar. ... 10,105 12,552 10,522 2,030 April ... 99,36 12,270 10.230 2,440 May ... 10,051O 12,51 O 10,701 1815 Jouse .... 9.734 12.211 10,518 1.689 July. ... 10,000 11,500 10,558 1? ?5 Aug.... 8,024 7,957 8,945 - Sep.. 8,183 10,340 9,093"...
ASSOCIATED NORTHERN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916
ASsBOCUiATED *tOLTHEBf. Lat month' the. Associated Sorth ern treated at Ora Banda 2157 tons for a yield valued at £4119. Ex penditure totalled £3846 3]9, leaving a profit of £278 16/3. Operations on the Iron uke ?lease resulted in a finher prflt of £158 9/7.. Following is a summary of 1&o re turns since December, 1914: Iron. Victorious Leases. Duke. Treated. Yield. P. P. Tons. £ £ S Dec. ."... ... 0O0 3282 * 128 Jan........ 2 8850 8120 1593 65 Feb.......... 2650 4556 912 86 Mar. , ....... .822 4040 347 102 Anril. ... .2822 3232 247 May ... ..... 707 4126 631 97 June ........ 3764 8327 1505 595 July . ,.... 755 5310 '311 244 Aug. ... 727 5247 1241 237 Sept... ...... 3855 5042 873 -327 Oct.... ... 3839 5089 1523 477 Nov...: ... ... 8647 t349 .129)3 410 Dee........... 2991 5193 1370 59: 1916 Janm......... 2772 5433 1354 200 Feb. ......... 2575 4422. 316 454J Mar. . ...... 2069 4248 348 6060 April ... .... 1038 4356 558 300 May... .. .. 1945 4425 700 200 1 June, .. .... 8240 488...
STATE BATTERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916
STATE BSATTERIES. The following is a list of crush igs at the State batteries for the week ended December 18: Gold. Boogardie.-P.A. 693, 231 tons for S; oz. 3 dwt.; Fortune of War, 84 ; tons for 5 oz. 3 dwt.; Ready Money, *4 tons for 18 oz. 4 dwt. ; Morningm -star, 830 tons for 10 oz. Coolgardie.-P.A. 1281, 18 tons for S oz. 2 dwt.; Hampton Plains, 24 -tons for 52 oz. 18 dwt. ' P.A. 1373, 49. tons for 23 oz. 19 dwL. ; Phoenix, P7l tons for (0 oz. 15 dwt; Cheapside, t444 tons 'for 86 oz. 4 dwt. ; P.A. I 1909, 171 tons for 5 oz. 8 dwt. ; Bel glm -Queen, 241 tons 'for 29 oz.' 18 dwt. ' LFst Chance, 7 tons for 14 oz. I3* dwt. ; P.A. 1846, 10 tons for * oz. 5 dwt. ; P.A. 1392, 21 tons for' Soz. 2 dwt. Meekatharra -Globe, 66 tons for 54 oz. .14 -dwt. Mt. Keith.-P.A. 240, 101 tons for SAb oz. S dwt.; Aurora, 24 tons for ,~l oz;. 10 dwt.; Aurora, 70 tons for1 -'72 oz. 10. dwt.; Misdeal, 18 tons for poz. 8 dwt.j P.A., 144 tons fodr 8 oz. 9 dwt. .Norseman.--P.A. 755, 251 tons for .144 oz. I d...
EDNA MAY DEEPS. Melbourne, Dec. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916
EDN . MAY DEEPS. Melbourne, Dec. 17. nfurtherfall inf scrip values was tained by Edna May Deep Levels rday, prices touching 10/~ pinch represents a drop' of. nearly - for the week. Some comment aromsed on. 'Ohange because no normation had been received from 'e. mine since Monday last, the ?pinion being expressed that the de ine in share values had been due p en absence of assurance from' th mine manager that. no adverse evelopment ,had -occurred. In quiLry at tbe office of the legal man-. eger (Sir Alexander Peacock) dis plosed another side to the question. _%was stated that so much expense bad been incurred by the company in the past two nioniths' in sending 'ooed uopu; £peoaju easq sooU lfl fhe:'. vest ation of unfounded rum uLrs that the Manager had, been in trueted not' to telegraph unless the _essages. were' warranted by - d reblopments. Melbourne; D:ec. 'i. . .he following telegram was re ved to-day from the mine n-s.aar. per.. of the Edna May Deep levels r "-Advanced main dri...
MT. KEITH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916
MT. KEITH. the following is a list of recent ns a the State battery ta Tans: oz.drw. &urora (Howard and party) ... ... ... ... 335 339 6 olae and part ...... 451 32 0 Misdeal : (Dfy .and . arty) ... ... ... ... 2131 249 3 on and party ... 10f 56 8 urora (dumps) ...... 11 10 SAurora (2nd parcel) ... 70 i 10 idea(dump) ... .. 18 6 - Ldy - and party
N.S.W. AGENT-GENERALSHIP Sydney, Dec. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916
H.S,W.A ,[I CE I1EHItaSHI P BSydney, Dee. 19. AMr. Wade; who lj about to leave the State -on a health trip, was ten dered luncheon at the Town Hall to-day. Replying to a toast, Mr. Wade hinted at his aoceptance of the va cant Agent-Generalship, stating that if the Ministry was good 'raough to honour him with wk i t heart of the Empire, hlie believed tat Igit. pr ten weeks' r ý dlould enaibl him to still 6Oi}it ?li ter~scd f o r slya 8ta*
UNLAWFUL POSSESSION [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916
UNLAWFUL' POSSESSION A young Italian miner, Andrew :Carnazsolh, was charged before Messrs. B. Leslie and E. R. Brown, J's.P., at the Kalgoorlie Police COa~o Wednesday, that. he had on hnis person, at; Kalgoorlie, on De cember 10, eight packets of cigar ettes, and 1/2j in copper coin, rea sonably suspected .of-having been stolen, or otherwise unlawfully- ob tained. Plainclothes ' Constable Cleary stated that the window of Spiros Black's shop, in Hannan-streeft, was broken during the raid on Satur day, the 9th. inst.- He went inside the shop about".12.30 a.m., on the 10th- inst. Accused, who was be hind the coun-ter, was searched in the presence of witness 'by Con stable Herrick, who found on him eight packets of cigarettes, 1/2k in copper coin and a' stone tied up in a .handkerchief. Accused gsaid he hed. obtained the cigarettes from "Jack," who- served in the 'bar, at the Glan Devon Hotel. Inquiries did not support. the accused's state ment. One shilling and sixpence was also lound ...
QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT Brisbane, Dec. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916
QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT Brisbane Dec. 19. In the Legislative Assembly to day Mr. Pollock gave notice that to-morrow hq would move-"That it is desirable that provision be made for a sum not exceeding £1000 to reimburse private members for actual expenses incurred by them during the remainder of the financial year, in paying coach, steamboat, or car fares to various centres in their respective electo rates which cannot be reached by rail." A bill was introduced authoris ing the Government to acquire the tramway constructed near Biboehr, on the Cairns-Mareenba railway to Mount Molloy for £17 500. The Discharged Soldiers' Settle ment Bill was introduced and read the first time. The Minister for Lands is given power in the bill to acquire for the purpose of soldier settlement any country, town, or suburban land. Crown land may be set apart for discharged soldiersl With regard to perpetual lease se tert for repayment will be forty lections, no deposit will be required, and the land will be ...
THE REFERENDUM Melbourne, Dec. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916
THE, REFERENIUM Melbourne, Dec. 19:. In the House of Representatives, to-day, Mr. Cook asked Mr. Hughes whether he was in a position now to disclose the result of the soldiers' vote in the referendum. Mr. Hughes said that a request from the Imperial authorities pre cluded him from making a general statement. He added: 'I may say that the majority of the men at the front voted for the referen dum." Members of the Labour party ask. ed for a further statement. Mr. Hughes then said: "The vote of the A.I.F. was substantially in favour of the Government's pro posal;." Mr. Tudor: Are we to understand t'iat a majority of the A.I.F. abroad was in favour of the referendum? Mr. Hughes (very slowly and thoughtfully): Yes, that is so. The vote, whic included nt(rses and all others of the A.I.F. abroad en titled to vote, was in favour of the Government's proposals. (Loud cheering by the Liberals, and Lab our cries of "Give us the figures.")
THE WHEAT DEAL Perth, Dec. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916
THE WHEAT DEAL Perth, Dec. 1?. The Minister for Railways and Industries, Mr. Mitchell reached Albany to-day by the Katoomba from Melbourne. Mr. Mitchell had very little fresh o say regarding the wheat deal. e said that the sale would not have been possible nor would the shipment of the wheat been prac ticable if the crops of the northern hemisphere had not proved a par tial failure. The Prime Minister was now negotiating with the Bri tish Government for the.purchase of the Australian crops for 1917-1.8. If the crops of the northern hemi sphere turn out well the British Government piny not need Austra lian wheat, bit if there is a big crop in Australia next year the fact will be a satisfactory assurance against possible short supplies.
OVERLAND PARTY MISSING Perth, Dec. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916
OVERLAND PARITY MISSING Perth, Dec. 21. Intelligence was received from Broome to-day that fears are enter tained for the safety of a party con sisting of Michael O'Connor and another white man, an Afghan and an aboriginal, which left Wiluna on September 27 f6r .the purpose of going to Cox's Station by Canning's Track. The party is, now five weeks overdue, and it is feared that they ran out of provisions and have perished. Arrangements have been made to send a, search party tinder the leadership of Tom Cole, who has an extensive knowledge of the country in the vicinity of Hall's Creek, to look for the missing men.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916
The Signature. To distinguish the original and genuine W. orcestershire Sauce from the many imita tions, see thatthe signature of LEA & PERRINS appears in White across the Red label Dn every bottle. No- other scuce has such an exquisitely delicate . avour, or such a reputation among discriminating people in every part of the world. - 4t = ' - +Ar~;;~Yk~i:
A TELEGRAPHIC REFORM Sydney, Dec. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916
A TELEGRAPHIC REFORM Sydney, Dec. 20. The Sydney Chamber of Com merce is taking steps to have the question of registration of telegra phic Addresses brought before the Postmaster-General. It is claimed that such registration would bring .in a revenue from each firm, as com pensation for the lesser number of words in each message and the de p!artment would beneit by the re duction of the amount of mechanical labour necessarily involved in the. present. method of transmitting ad dresses.
LADY PENSIONERS' HOME [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916
LAUY PENSIONERS' HOME Esome months ago ile .Goldfield, Women's C!ub inaugurated a scheme to provide old lady pen sioners with a quiet home in which to spend their declining years. Later Sa house, .si'tuated at the foot of the reservoir hill and opposite Victoria Park, was purchased and has now been turned into a cosy little cot- - tage. Yesterday afternoon quite a crowd attended the home, the oc casion being the official opening by the Mayors of Kalgoorlie and Boul der and the chairman of the Kal goorlie Roads Board. Mr. H. W. Davidson said the home reflected the greatest credit on those who had worked so hard to establish it. The old age pension was one of the best and most bene volent Ithings the Federal Govern ment had ever introduced. It was a great mistake, in his mind, to re gard it was eliarity. It was the ab solute dut$ of the people of Ana tralia to provide for those who had borne the great hardships of pion eering in the early days. He had very much pleasure in joining wit...
BURNING FATALITY Westonia, Dec. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916
BURNING FATALTY Westonia, Dec. 22. Following immediately after a gale between midnight and 1 a.m. on Tuesday, a fire occurred at a camp on the reserve at the entrance to Westonia township. The unrecog nisable remains of a man were found some little distance from what ap peared to have been the bush-made "bunk." The victim had, it is sur mised, crawled a short distance be fore he succumbed. Despite dili gent police investigations and the preliminary coronial inquiry, no evi dence has been adduced that estab lishes the identity of the victim. The camp in question was occu pied for a few days prior to the fire by one John Tredennick, a man known in and around many Austra lian mining towns. Tredennick re cent'y returned to Westonia after an absence of some months, during which period he had been-in Merrc din and other districts. Tredennick suffered severely from miners' com plaint. Whilst awaiting a medical certificate and the necessary official papers to permit of his admittance into t...
IMPERIAL PRIME MINISTER Melbourne, Dec. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916
IMPERIAL PRIME MINISTER Melbourne, Dec. 22. The Prime Minister to-day des pat?.hed the following message to r. Lloyd 'George :--"Australia hails with satisfaEtion the declara tion of policy set out by the Prime Minister in his speech. The OCm Inonwealth has every confidence in Mr. Lloyd George, and is prepared to accord him the fullest support in iecar3yzng out a policy necessary for -rass a rnts winnwr~ Inal ns mrnnl
LABOUR LEAGUE AND PARLIAMENT Melbourne, Dec. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916
LABOUR LEAGUE AND PAILIAMENT ..Melbourne, Dec. 22. When the attention of the Prime Minister, Mr. Hughes, was drawn to the story told by Mr. Cahill, regarding the action taken by the New South Wales Political Labour League executive, in connection with recruiting, he said that he was not at all surprised at the action of the P.L.L. executive. Its latest decision was in keeping with its general attitude towards °the pro secution of the war. It. contrived to pose before the electors during the' referendum campaign as being opposed to conscription, while strongly in favour of voluntary en listment. It had now thrown off its mask, and stood clearly reveal ed in its true colours as opposed to recruiting in- any shape or form. How far irts prohibit.ion upon mem bers of the Federal Parliamentary Labour party in regard to their par ticipation in the recruiting cam paign would be obeyed by the re presentatives of the people. remain. ed to be seen, but one thing was clear, and that was that by...
I.W.W. CONVICTIONS Melbourne, Dec. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916
I.W.W. CONVICTIONS Melbourne, Dec. 22. At the last meeting of the central executive council of the Victorian Political Labour Council the follow ing motion was agreed to :-"That this executive expresses its strong conviction that the twelve members of the I.W.W. who were recently found guilty of conspiracy in Sydney were prejudiced in their defence by statements made during the. con scription campaign by the Prime Minister, Mr. Hughes, the Premier of New South Wales, Mr. Holman, and others to influence public opi nion against the accused and that this executive support the request by the Sydney Trades and Labour Council-for a Royal. Commission to
WESTONIA. Westonia, Dec. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916
Westonia, Dec. 2S. Five of the lees notable. Westonia gold mining companies are taking full advantage of the liberal exemp tion from labour conditions granted by. the Mines Department.. The adna May East and Main Lode kc mpanies, according to local of &cial intimation, are hardly likely to come to light again at the termi Iaation of the six months granted- that is, as far as the at .present ~wners are concerned; and the Greenfinch, Junction, and Golden Point companies certainly might With advantage make more business like arrangements for 1917 than has up to date characterised any one of the three properties named. The Greenfinch Co. in particular ehas an excellent chance of proving a payable mine. What is necessary is money to purchase urgently re quired mining plant. Three calls of 6d e~ach on the 50,000 oontzibuting shares in the Greenhnch would equip the mine with compressor, ex tra boiler, rock drills, and skips and rails to ensure systematic develop aent of the reef re...