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THE MARAROA G.M. COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917
THE MARAROA G.M. COMPANY. The following telegram was re Iceived from the manager of the above company yesterday: No. 7 Level, North.-North inter mediate drive advanced 21 ft. total' 845. ft..; from 824 ft. to 845 it ex tension was on the ore channel, at 845 ft. intersected quartz 2 ft.. 6 in. in width, worth. £2. . Commenced No. 1 rise at 80 ft. north of No. 2 winze; from level No, 6 a6dvanced 23 ft., reef 5 ft., value £1 10/. No. 6 Level' Noith.-Footwall1 drive advanced 24 ft., total '796 ft. ; average width of reef 84 in., rverage value 55/. Commenced .No 5 rise it rfa ft.; dvanced l0o ft. reef 11 ft., value £2.'
GT. BOULDER PROPRIETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917
GT. BOUILDER PROPRIETARY. Report for half-month ended No vember 15 1916: Stoping.t de 1100 ft. level. -Seotiopn 23, ore 10 ft. wide,. assay value so .dwt. I 1500 ft. Level.-Sction 20, pre 10' ft. wide, assay value. fl. dwt. ; sec tion 34, 35, ore 7 ft. wide, assay value 7 dwt. 1760 ft. Level.- Section 19, ore 14 ft. wide, assay value 8 dwt.; see tions 21, 22, ore 10 ft. wide, asowy value 9 dwt.. 1900 ft. Level.-Section 16, ore 14 ft. wide, assay value 8 dwt.; sec tion 17, ore 13 ft. wide, assay value 8 dwt. ; section 19, ore 14- ft. wide, i-assay value 6 dwt. ; section 21, ore 14 ft. wide, assay value 9 dw, .; sec tion 24, ore 12 ft. wide, assay value 9 dat.; section 25, ore 12 ft. wide, assay value 8 dwt. 2050 ft. Level.---Setion 14, ore 14 ft. wide -assay value 12- dwt. ; sec tion 20, ore 14 ft. wide, assay value 10 dwt.; section 32. ore 9 ft. wide, assay value 13 dwt. ; section 33; ore 10 ft. wide, assay value -12 dwt. 2200 ft. LeveL-Sections' 12, 13, i ore .12 ft. wide, assay va...
EDNA MAY CENTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917
Progress for week ending Decem ber ~3, 1916:- .Development. .Main shaft sunk 2 ft., making a total of 404. ft. Timbered to 388 ft. Reel .15 in. no value. No. 38 level (New Reef).-East drive advanced to 192 ft. ;. reef 15 in. value 10/. West drive hanging wall reef advanced to 130 ft.; reef 8s in. j value 40/. No. : Leve.--South crosscut from No. 8 reef `alvanced to 11 it., in country. No. 3 rise started over south croasout from No. 3 reef alb 100 ft. south (sectoio C5); advanced 6 ft. in country. -No. 3 prospecting drive in irash advanced to 107 ft. ; wash 72 in.; value, 25/. No. i cros . cut north advanced to 18 ft. g wash 72 in. value St/. NTo, 3 Level (Nsew Reef).--Leading stope south drive adanaced to 100 Yt.; ore as in:; >va'en· 2oe . 20~ g eNo. 2 L.vel.--Stope No. 4 west of winze. No 2 east to .15 ft.'; ore 72 in. ; .aue, 45/. Stoge No. 4 east off winze No. 3 east to 5 ft.; ore 60 in. ; value, 15/.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917
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MESSAGES FROM THE KING Melbourne, Dec. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917
Memibu-ne, Dec. 2. SThe foowing me..sages have been received Zy the Governor-General from his Mjesty the "ing: . "I send you and my sailors and soldiers hea? ?ood wishes for Chrisbai and thea New Year. My gratolul thouhts are ever wirh you for viotores ganed, ;for hard is endured and for your un ?atýlg cheeriness. Annther Chris mas has come round, and we ae still at war. but the Empire. con fident in you, -remain determined to win.' May God bless and pro teet you. "GEORGE RI.I . The second message reads: "At this Christmaiatide, the Queen and I are thinking more than ever of the sick and wounded among my sailors ard soldiers. From our hearte we wish them strength to bear -their sufferings, speedy restoration t? h-eth, a peaceful Christmas. and many ha-ppier years to come. "GEORGE RI."
GERMANY AND AUSTRALIA "THE PARTITION OF THE SOUTH SEA." London, Nov. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917
CERMANY AND AUSTRALIA "THE PARTITION OF THE SOUTH SEA." IFrom Our Special Representative.) London, Nov. 9. Since: Gallipoli there has been a marked absence in the German press ' of references to "carving up" Aus tralia amongst the Teutons and their allies. : Recently, - however, there has appeared in the "Frank furter Zeitung" an article dealing with "The Partition of the - South Sea,,. the purpose of which is to show that one of the war aims of the Australian Commonwealth is the regulation of the possession of the South Sea. This is what the "Frankfurter Zeitung" says :-Aus tralia believes that at the peace her voice will be heard, and it is pretty certain that Hughes will go to Lon don to' take part in. peace negotia tions. The Australians would be. untrue to -their British descent, if . they did not regard it as a matter of course that the entire island world of the South Sea should b9. incorporated in their dominion. Aus tralia and New' Zealand have al ways 'opposed coonisation ...
POISONED HAND AND SORE HEEL GRAND DOUBLE ZAM-BUK TRIUMPH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917
POSONIO HAANS "AND' SORE HIEEL .G. RAND DOBL. ZAM-IUK S TRIUMPH. The splendid. "utlify of Zam-Buk Ihas been finely demoistrated in the home of Mr., . O'-Coauo'r. go Newcastle-street,; Perth; -W.At I whlre a. father. and son have rove the unfailing x.reiabiity'. of . this healer. The stQry is told b "Mrs, O'Connor, who, .writes :Z-"T rough coming into contact with caustic soda my husband began to dsuff severely from blood-poison. F> fingers on one hand turned blue and burst into awful festered sores. .As the trouble developed my hnusband went through agonising pain and the inflammation gradully extended right up into his arm as far as the elbow. "He went to the chemist and had the limb painted with iodine, or some similar preparation, but this 'only seemed to aggravate the sores, When every other mode of treatment had failed, we decided to try Zam Buk. "We applied the balm night and morning, with results that were sinmply marvellous. Within a fortr night from using Zam-Buk my hus ...
MOUNT OXIDE MINES CO. Sydney, Dec. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917
MOUNT OXIDE ?INES CD., Sydney, Dec. 2t. The High Court' Bench to-day, delivered judgment in the appeals, from the decision of the Supreme I Court of New South Wales, in the case of A.tne ' Mount Oxide Mines, Ltd., in which Sir Albert. John Gouid. Francis William Bacon, Ar nold Francis Allen and Thomas Birckbeck,directors of the company, were ordered to pay the respondenti company £20,000 and interest, as commission of £65 And £100 paid away as directors' fees. : After gsoing exhaustively into the facts of the case which have already ben uly pubished, the Court de creed as follows :-Tha the decree of Mr. Justice Harvey be varied (1) by omitting the order as to the pa-ment of the sums of £20,000 and £650, and by substituting a refer ence to the master to ascertain the. proportion .of the- said 'sums of £200,000 and £650, to be paid by the defendants on ,the footing of this judgment; (2) by substituting a re ference to the master or the amount payable by the defendant, Bacoo?? rn the t...
EXPRESS PASSENGER'S LOSS Perth, Dec. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917
EXPRESS ,PASSENGER'S LOSS Perth Dec. 25: Arriving at Perth by the goldfieldei express on Saturday, Patrick Man nion reported the loss of £100 in £5 bank notes, He was carrying the money .in a small leather purse in .one of his pockett,; but on loolk ing for it near the conclusion of the1 journey, was unable to find it. De tectives made inquiries into the cir cumstances, but were unable to find any trace of the missing money. Several other cases of people hav ing been relieved of sums varying from £1 to £5 have been' reported, and these all point to the fact that a gang of pick?ocketst are operat ing in and around Perth.
BRITAIN'S INDUSTRIAL FUTURE London, Nov. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917
BRITAIN'S INDUS1RIAL FUTURE (From Our Special Representative.) London, Nov. 18. Capital and labour have been mak ing mutual overtures .for iome time past, with a view to preserving the industrial peace in the critical period that will follow the war. Proposals are under consideration for a round table conference, at which output, wages, and hours can be candidly discussed. A -meeting in a few days between representatives of the Employers' Parliamentary . Associa tion and of the Trades' Union Con gress will try to settle the prelimin aries for a conference. It is pretty p.lainly recognised that better wages can be maintained by the removal of some of the -restrictions which have limited production. Remark able facts and figures just publish ed show that America is paying three times as high wages in some industries as are British producers, yet is selling at lower prices, owing to larger output, and a pohcy of providing - for the popular market. Proposals for a three .years' truce di...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917
Wli Bear Pain the Better -Men or Women 7 V , It is generally admitted that KIDNEY TROlE women are constitutionally better " fitted to bear pain than men; con- - quently they are more disposed to CURED TO STAY CURED. underrate the aer ousness of ubdi. . "re. W. renowet, coimes.tret, Picoenlty, disorders : hea ahes ". dizzinoa. w disordetrs 'a u he d schesw , dropisiec Kalgoorue, nr.y:- I hb~e beenta in grand health swellinsgs too frequent or-deficient' sineo I used roan's Baokacbe, ideny Pilsh; action pf the bladder, urinary sedi. they Iad me Utp compitely. Beora I took this ment, dull ache- ip the loinss .and remedy I suffred a lot with dlsordered kidneys. back, and persisten.t rheumatic+ The palns n my back were dreadful, and never twinges.; eemed to leave me day or mlght. To stoop meant torture. I always felt tired and had no energy, .If you have any such clear signs and It was amuchu I could do to attend tomy of kidney. nd bladder disorders as work. To make maters war I got very ...
WOOL BOARD APPOINTMENTS Melbourne. Dec. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917
WOOL BRAID APPOINTMENT) Melbouiwe. Dec. i9. Mr. F. B. 8. Falkiner bas been appointed one of the woolgrowers' representatives qn the Central Wool Committee, vice ~te late Mr. J. A. Campbell. The following appointments of mem bers of the West.Australian Wool Committee have been gazetted :- Growers' representatives, --Messrs. Lotqn, S6erte, Monger, and Blr •; eass; ?elling 'brokers' t?eprsenta tires ,MeeersA Leeds Field, an l`ielfdlng;-b:1Yinyere rOPFAei }nta tie, fir ' schie h. fr. Ledls lts been p
SOLDIERS MAIL Melbourne, Dec. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917
* SOLIJIERS MAIL Melbourne, Dec. 29. The Assistant Minister for De fence, Mr. L. Smith, announces that' it. has been found necessary to change the mode of addressing mail to soldiers serving abroad. Only the'name of the regiment, battation, battery, company, or 'corps in which the member is serving is to be dhown in the address or the con tents of .lthe letter. It is strictly forbidden to mention the brigade, division, or larger body of troops to which the regiment, battalion or so forth belong.- The practice of stat ing in the address the brigade ,divi= sion, or -corps tosw?hich a unit is thought to be attached causes con siderable inconvenience to the army postal service. Battfalions and other 'unite are liable, to be re moved from one formations. to an other at short untice, and except in] cases rwhere the. name of the divi sion or other formation is a neces sary part of the address, such as the .Fourth Divisional -Ammunition Column, the inclusion of .the brigade and so forth is ...
A VALUABLE ESTATE Melbourne, Dec. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917
A VAL#ABLE ESTATE MetlIoxnae. Dec. 29. The will of [Mr. Chae. Moore, of Toorak. manufacturer and iwporter. who died on September 29, has been lodged on probate in Ielbour~e. The Victorian real estate is valued at £1-01,393, and personal property' at- £41 222. To his widow the- es tato: bequenthed £.O0,000, and all' his personal effects. and furniture; to two sisters, £3000 each; to a third sister. £1000, and to another an annuity of £200. Three nephews each. reoeive £1060. Each of the testator's children, on atta ining the agc of 25. is to be paid £3000. To eaeh employee. the testator be queathed £10 for each year of sere vicei over three, years. The residue of the estate is to be divided equal ly arong the testator's children. The trustees are authorised to carry on the business in which he was en gaged, or deal with it .t their dis cretion.
KONDININ-MERREDIN RAILWAY Perth, Dec. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917
Perth. Dec. 9. . The acting Premier, Mr. aefroy4 'made the .following . anoancEJent retarding -the Kondfirdnlrsredin ratlwsy .o-dy :-'a 'he recentfy p 1inted Railw y 3Pisory Board, consisting of Mr. Broomano, - ?ur veyor-Gelieral, Mr. Lord- Cief Railway Traffic Manager, and r. Sutton, ~gricaltural Commissioner for the Wheat Belt, was instructed a short f~me ago to make a .report on the proposed radilway extension rorn Kondinin to Ateriedin. Thie report has now beet received. The board recommended t t the line sh6uid extend from diniu to Wandering Rock, anl thence deviate in a north-westerly diretion to Bruce Rock, and that the section be tween Bruce Rock and Wandering should be first constructed. The board does not, at the same time, recommend the complete abandon nient of the construction of the through line from Wandering to Merredin. tut. considers that ithd building of the line as surveyed be tween that' point and Merredia should remain in aboyance until such time as the Governm...
AUSTRALIAN RED CROSS Melbourne, Dec. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917
AUSTIRAUAfIICER eBtSs S Milbourne, Dec. 27. Her Excellency Lad Helen. Munro Ferguson has received the following cable message fronl the Red; Cross Commissioners in London :-"Aus tralian prisoners returned from Ger many are unanimous in praise. of. tthn 1,ed Cross parcels, which arrive. as regular .as clockwork. One man states our supplies contributed to a. 2 st. increase of weight. The Red Cross Commissionera in London cabled to her" ýcellency requesting that a gentleman siould be sent to. London "to assist, ihem in their work as secretary. A know ledge 'of. bookkeeping is essential. Offe.s of service should be sent in to the secret·ary. Red Cross Society, Federal Government House. Mel-' bourne.
GOAL LUMPERS' DEMAND Hobart, Dec. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917
COA.L LUPEUS' DEMANO - Hobart, Dec. 27. The wiiarf Jumpers are making demands for the payment of special rates for the discharging of colliers -which bring Newcastle coal to this port. In the past the steamers have discharged at contract rates of 1/2f per ton. It is -stated that the grant ing of the demands -would add 1f to 1/6 per ton ever and above the in crease of 3] in the selling price ten tatively fixed by the special Coal. Board appointed by the Federal Government, in connection with the recent coal strike.- One result is that the steamer Yarra, which was fixed to leave Newcastle on Jhnu ary 4, for Hobart, with a =cargo of coal, will go to Adelaide instead.