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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916

WOLFE'S 'SCHNAPPS Is the safe Stimulant. It has r nised .d ical

Publication Title: Western Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916

Oft Cuticua Cuticura Soap' to cleanse and purify, Cuticura Ointmeni to soothe and. heal dandruff and itching: Nothing better Sat any price. Samples .Free b Post "ith 32 p. 8:iu Pohtour i ToC nroreld IaoircndacbID

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JOVENILE BETTING [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916

The controversy which has arisen over the statements of Cr. Rogers regarding.the presence ofe boys at looal trotting meetings for the pur pose of ,otgting w ee. mentoned again, at FrPidas mee?ig ?ot the Boaier Opuncid,, when Cr.. £vgera astedt e "tter b"eauea: to4 ttorney-General, in accordanee i.his previous etion that=rejse be taken to have' battibngy okljsjsn strped, at the "'tDt?.. s - . ?e~ ~~yor: I understoo& yOu we~es to supply. the, necesar infor Cr..Boers:..o You asked .me.i I were prepared to gives rklenee. T.The Mayor:? And .ye .didh't ~ive Cr. Rogers: Not at this juncture. The. Mayor: ?.e can't send a--bald? statement down. ( t e&a Attorney General unless there is somet ing to bak jt itus. It. -ould look ?ooishI Cr, U6gers: I have ample evi dene. Later a letter was read from Mr. H . G. - Bland ,e epretnyotthe to the statementes of rs ..Rgera and. Row,. at the last council :mieet ing, I mnst :absJitory _?y- the ac Eisations. Inn the~ iet- I would likerto-m...

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HOLIDAY ACCIDENTS ALWAYS CARRY ZAM-BUK WITH YOU. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916

ALWAYS C-ARY ZAIBT WITH YOU. . Dori'it go for your boliday withou a pot of Zai n-Buk. Chuts, ime: "Skeeter" btes,. spraina, ete:..V:: ,alway~ liable to occur, but :s . Zaan-Buk handy to dress the Scsa plece, you need have no fear of ?yav -pleasure being marred by hours aI pain .and suffering, Mr. D. Moore, Ohaýel-reb t Marrickville, Sydney, writes ':` .` *experiences with Zan--Buk .-haMv been varied and highly. susoemfta Ia capp, . carry a medieal chs for teaisling.. various mishaapa,. tea.. and . Zan-Buk ,has a, promi~inbr place in my 'first-aid' oia'iti WhI : two of my chums were wrest'ig, pne -fell with his thigh -oa.a - teb st'ump, which inflicted a great gft& pone inches long and necest several stitches. 'After these had. been puwt in, I. dressed the .womL witwt&Zasm-Bik, which proved sooth :ag and beneficial. Before loi?&4: man was.esble to resume wl awt the. wound was completely heaite. `"My son, who works in an -em cerinj. shop, often gets the.. ki th...

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BACK FROM TRAINING 84TH REGIMENT ARRIVES HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916

BACK FROM TIAfIu - 84TH REGIMENT ARRI??1A HOME. The 8MA Goldfields legimen . turned home on Wednesday pig4 from their ,16 days' annual tra.Ji at ungari. They ilsed the bm ward bound tnhin, high spiri`ed , care free, leaving behind- theism i camn site stripped of ail but z?e -. tents, and a. couple of bougih el4 that have been mess roem- om'°:is [past fortnight. It will not be :tiNl the end of the week, probably.. iait the last of the. material will .be rep moved. All day yesterday Vaispent 'i.' clearing the major portion e at fatigue parties, and drill was, ?o? the time being, forgotten. Looking. batk at:' their experiences -.?. training? commenced, few. of-?ik men. were inclined to, groug Older inen speak of the eamp·o snip . of. the best: they ever :as?tei -bd, though many familiar faeu- ie missing of those .who had-i g?n}e to sterner work. some - never 1 come back. The uc4imanding officer (Captai Bvghes. iadreseing the rcgtzen% before the ?1m.R were at th .station, .said: "You. h...

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GERMANY TO-DAY Melbourne, Dec. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916

EPMlIANY TO-IAT Melbourne, Dec. 20. A lady now in Melbourne was in Germany when the war broke out, and did not succeed in getting out of the oountry till May of this year; then after many difficulties she was able to secure a passport and made her way to Copenhagen, and thence to England. " I'"Germany and her allies are in. state of siege,'.' she said to?day, "-t oucan apply the term to a vast belt of country extending right across Europe. When I left Ger many the Swiss frontier was report? ed as being closed altogether, ex capt. for the exchange of prisoners, who are sent. into Germany -and- out of it by way of Switzerland, whenI Ithey are permanently incapacitated ft: further service. There is a certain amount of passenger traffic to and from Hoeland and Seandi-! 'navia.. but the examination at the hfrontier is. most searching: You cannot travel without a passport, 1 and passports are very difficult to 1 obtain, and are. only granted to Sthose, who hlave definite and specd-. fled ...

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MARVEL LOCH. Marvel Loch, Dec. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916

MARVEL LOCH. Marvel Loch, Dec. 10. Messrs. Single and Rowe recently crushed at the Howlett's mill from their lease, which is .situated about two miles south-east of the Never Never G.M. 33 tons for a return of 57 oz. 2 dwL. 4 gr., an average of 1 oz. 14 dwt. 14 gr. per ton. The previous return from this show was 60 tons, for an average of 171 dwt. per ton over the plates, and 7 dwt. 3 gr. in the sands. Messrs King, Green, Johnston, and Mrs. E. Abbott, of the Victory G.M. (formerly the Marvel Loch G.M.), cleaned up at Howlett's mill 63 loads for 53 oz. 1O:dwt. 12 gr., an average of 17 dwt..3 gr. per ton over the plates. The previous return from this lease was 54 loads for 48 oz.. over the plates, and 3 dwt. 3 gr. in the tailings, the value of bul lion being £171 4/4. Messrs. Colreavy Bros., from their show, about,. mile and a half north of Nevoria, crushed 16& tons for 16) oz. The pervious return was 16 tons for 32 oz. Messrs. Blaxell, Hammersley, and Thornton, who recently r...

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BLACK RANGE PINNACLES. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. Melbourne, Dec. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916

BILAC' RANGE PINNACLES. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. Melbourne, Dec. S0. The half-yearly meeting of Black Range Pinnacles Co. was held to day. In moving the adoption of the re ports and balance-sheet. the chair man, Mr. A. 'Agnew, referred to the shortage of water and men, which had seriously hampered the progress of -operations. A telegram received that morning from Messrs. H. W. Irvine and S. J. Staughton, directors, who were - visiting the mine, read as follows:--'Have in spected mine at Pinnacles. General prospects good ; maohinery running well. When sufficient water, whio?' it is expected, will be obtained i1 effcient labour is obtainable, and which is scarce at present- consider regular dividends can be expected. Intend inspecting Sandstone leases next week." In order to get the water required, the chairman said, it would be necessary to deepen the shaft 100 ft. The .. reports and balance-sheet wore .ad~pted, and the retiring dil rectors, -Messrs. 4. Agnew, B. COU4 ningham, H. J. Guin...

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AUSTRALIAN GOLD PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916

AUSTRALIAN GOLD PRODUOC TION. Figures supplied .by the Mines De partments in the various States of the Commonwealth continue to give evidence that the gold output is still 4 decreasing in quantity. For the first eleven months of the current year and the corresponding term of 1915 the yields compare as under : New South Wales 301,911 Eleven months. 1915. 1916. Fine Oz. Fine Oz. Victoria ...... 301,911 233,975 New South Wales 114,982 81,915 Queensland ...... 210,772 204,567 West Australia... 1,110,250 971,276 *Tasmania ...... 14,857 14,499 *South Australia 5,110 4,180 Commonwealth 1.757.872 1,510,312 *Estimated,

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EDNA MAY BATTLER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916

EDNA MAY BATTLER. Report to December 2:-"50 t.. lev?l?-Uefe, 15 in., Id dwt, 100 ft. level-Reef N. stope I ft., 20 dwt,; , 4toe, 2 ft., 30 4wt, 159 ft., - ve to 204 ?t . eet ft.,; . itope-RDee 1 ft., 1i wt. (ruaittng full time. or tender for sinking m;.in A

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UNLAWFUL ASSOCIATIONS BILL Melbourne, Dec. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916

UNLAWFIJL ,ASOCIAlIONS BILL Melbourne, Dec, 19. The Unlawful Associations Bill, which passed tirough all stages in the House of Representatives yes terday, was received by the Senate to-day, and read a first time. Senator Lynch moved the second reading of the measure, remarking that democratic rule in Australia was in danger of being undermined. After the Labour party had worked, and its leaders had grown grey in the effort to secure the freedom that obtained in the Commonwealth, certain men were threatening to] undo all that had been accomplish ed. Some of these men had gone to West Australia to establish a branch of their, organisation, but that most democratic portion of the country would have nothing to do with them. They had, however re turned to the eastern States, where they had some success in the great cities. Australians had arrived at the conclusion that there was no thing better than majority rule. This might occasionally work harsh Ly, but on the whole there was no thin...

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ABOLITION OF BOOKMAKERS Perth, Dec. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916

ABOLITION OF BOOKMAKnERS Perth, Dec. 19. A deputation represehtative of the different churches, business men, and women's organisations w aited upon the Colonial Secretary, Mr. Colebatch, to-day for the pur pose of urging the Government to btand firm on the Betting Suppres iAon Bill, and to carry out the recommendations of the recent select committee on racing, although they disclaimed any sympathy with the suggested State lottery. Mr. Colebatch's reply was largely a, review of the circumstances lead ing up to the introduction of the bill by the Government. While the bookmaker had carried on an ille gal calling for a great number of years, it was not the fault of any particular Government. If there was pne Minister, for instance, who if he had bad his own way would have put down the bookmaker long ago, it was Mr. Drew. He feared that when the Government brought down helr bill they did not realise fully •e tarength of the opposition to t. He was surprised, for instance, t he change o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916

GOITRE * wroi Aji ho thinks thojaitro etliseý ý" ý1tced I nr o~r lo~ uao f0 e;rig[ t r, el 1 t *lo a rt Jul, ý 'I iou cannot help being. nourished if you take BO VRIL BRITISH TO THE BACKBONE. -r~ ' .

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TROUBLE WITH LUMPERS Perth, Dec. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916

TROUBLE WI H LUMPERS Perth, Dec. 18. The lupers egsaged in loading eandelwd on the Kwinana at Geraldton to-day for Hong Kong deolined to sltart work unless they were paid t w shilMngs an hour, an advancq of d. an bour on the rate under the award. The-demand was refused, and the work was stopped. The matter was reported to the State &Stesmship Service Depart ment which advised that the in creased rate be paid under protest, as it was imperative that the vessel should leave before Christmas.

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NEVANAS COMMISSION Perth, Dec. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916

IEVANAS COMMISSION -aw Perth, Dec. 19. Justice, Burnside, who has been appointed Royal Commissioner to inquire into the relations between the late Government and S. V. Nevanas, opened the Commission to-day. His Honour's commission reads as follows :--"Whereas, by a motion agreed to in the Legislative Assem 'bly of the State of W.A., on Wed nesday November 8 last, it was deemed desira1e that a Ro al Com mission, consisting of a judge of the Supreme Court should be ap Spointed to inquire into the whole of the transactions between the Gov ernment of Western Australia and S. V. Nevanas, and the companies with which he was associated, con cerning all matters affecting the State upon wnhich Nevanas negotiat ed with any other party or parties with or without the authority o1 the Government of West Australia or with or without the authortiy of any Minister of the Crown, actings or professing to act on behalf of the said Government, and particu larly into (a) the published arrange ment under...

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PUBLIC ECONOMY [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916

PUBLIC ECONOMY Details were furnished in the House of Representaltives a fort nigbt ago by the Treasurer with re gard to the items constituting economies in public works expendi ture referred to in the financial statement. The detail# were re quested by Mr. Foster (S.A.). The Treasurer in reply, gave the following list of redudtions in the estimates of expenditure for the cur rent year for additions, new works, and buildings: Quarantine buildings......... 40,000 tight houses ... ........... 11,500 Sydney Oustom House... ... 7,000 pefence b uildings and sites 250,420 Postal buildings ... .. ....... 114,964 Military stores... ... ....... 217,000 Naval works ...... ...... 100,000 Total ... ... ....... 740,884 Less increased provision for dredging at wharf sit Port Darwin to give effect to agreement entered into by the Commonwealth with Vesty Bros. .............. 10,000 Grand total ... ..... ... £730,884

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916

HE APOFFICE . m SYDNEY. ofP, General Banking Business ".t,*. COites and Towns of Australia, London, Tldworth (Qalisbury Plain), and Rabaul. Cablo remitta mad to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. ForeilIa a-ils {egotate Itd collected. Letters of credit issued to any part Q the worlt, Bank lng liiEcbBnge Business of every descrlption transacted within the iCommpgp ., "-"ekt bUlted ?fngdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid di . xed eep it. Advahces made against approved eoacrities. Savings Bank Department In Australl and Papua. up to 4300 INTERSTATE and INTERNATIONAL Savings Bank Facilities. -- . L.. . over.no -.r. - Jue, ? 16" DEION .ILLER, atvereer

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SCHOOL TEACHERS' UNION Sydney, Dec. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916

SCHOOL TEACHERS' UNION Sydney, Dec. 22. At the annual meeting of the New South Wales Public School Teach ers' Union, held to-day, a motion "That in the opinion of this union its affiliation with the Political La bour League is detrimental to the best interests of the union, and is no longer desirable"--was defeated. A long discussion took place on the perits of the questiohn as to whether the fact of the union being affiliate with the P.L.L. imposed a moral obli?tioh on the inebers to

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NORSEMAN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL Norseman, Dec. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916

R085EA IN MU'ItICIPA1.,.: . Noreman, Deo. la. The Tortunight rmee~Mn of ti council was held on the 10th im.: The ordinary business wasa p edd,, b the swearing in of the k ,d auditors4.d Mr. J, V. W. Maltders, the retidrng mayor, administead the oath to his esucessor, Mr. J. i. Soaoley, w~to then swore in Ore. Baird and Mao-. millan, and Auditor Homner, Mr. Baholey was heartly congratulated' by the retiring mayor, and by the.. oouncillors preeent., and Mr.. , Matlhers' good work during his o-: cupaney of the mayoral ohidr was likewise euloglsed by all. The fortnightly meeting then took place. Presen?s The Mayor (Mr. J. . Scholey) Crs. Baird, Crossing, and Maomila n A letter was re eived from Mr. T. J. Carr, report inthat as .requested he waited on the Commissioner of Railways in re ference to the proposal to alter the inward train service to Thursday in eu of Wednesday, as at present. he commissioner was. favourably isposed and he was hopeful of the request being aeoeded to. The town...

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MENZIES [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 26 December 1916

MENZIES I Dee ite the oppressive weather conditions there was ea very large attendance at the Town Hall on Friday evening to witness the per forsuanae of the children of the in termediate and junior classes of the Government School in aid of the funds of the Red Cross. The fol lowing programme was rendered: Opening chorus, "Lift up the Five I Star Flag" Intermediate Classes; fan drill, infant girls; song, "Dicky Bird," junior girls; recitation, "Grasshopper Green," Arthur Jones ; song "The Sunshine of your Smile, vPero Scott; recitation, "The Owl and the Pussy Cat," Len haVow; oanitata, "King Oophetuau and the Beggar Maid," the various characters being excellently taken by Duloie Lear, Vera ?Loc, Ray Thorne Willie Spargo, Reuben Hunt, Jack Callagher and Jim Look ; waai4 'drill, intermediate girls; 'tWa4 Up, A5ustralia," by Jack Calager Jim Look and Jac Sher iook; reotubtion "Discontent," Jean Aen; song, "i'lease Give Me a IInny," Blamnce Look; recitation, A. Message for You," Reuben...

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