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DROWNING ACCIDENT TWO YOUNG VICTIMS. Sydney, Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 9 January 1917

D. OOWalNWNC E#fE[ TWO YOUNG VICTIMS. Sydney, Jan. 2. A double drowning. accident: o0 curred in Manning River yesterday. Thomas Connolly, with -. his wife, four eons, and two daughters. were out on a boating' trip, and : wheR shallow water. 'as` reached, the younger membets otrthi iamily: got out to paddle.. Twy girls, howev'ei soon got info difffciiltie. The vildeab boy, aged 13 years, endeavoured to save them, but the bcurrent. carriet them both down slream and they were drowned.

Publication Title: Western Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LETTERS FOR ARTILLERYMEN Melbourne, Jan. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 9 January 1917

LETTERS FOR ARTILLERYMEN I~. Melbourne, Jan. 1. Some confusion exists with re gard to the manner in which cor respondence for officers and men in the artillery. should be addressed. under the. new. regulations, which preclude .mentioning brigades, divii ions. or 'larger. bodies o# troops. Enquiry at the VictQrza Barracks,to day. 'elicited the fact that the mat ter as still under consideration, and until ftnality is reached, the authori ties reconmmend correspondents to address letters to artillerymen. the. way- they .did before the new. regu lations were framed, emitting only the divisilen. to which . the brigade

Publication Title: Western Argus
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NEW MUNICIPAL RECULATIONS COUNCILLORS' VOTES. Sydney, Dec. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 9 January 1917

NEW MUNICIPAL RECULATIONS COUNCILLORS' VOTES. Sydney, Dece. 31. N6w regulations have been framed digqualifyng mayors and aldermen of the minicipalities thioughout the State from exercising their vote in certain circumstances. It provides that a member .of council may not vote, on any. mat .te in whib. he or lpp partner .or t relation is pecumarily interested, He may. not vote for the opening of any -roadi sub-division of any land :or-'erection of any wilding . i which he is acting as agent or solic tor. For .a breach of the regulations. a maximum. penalty of £00W $, pro xidodc

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A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY Sydney, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 9 January 1917

A TERIIBLE TRACEDY Sydney, Jan. 'At Horseshoe Creek, near Cau c on Wednesday, a boy namea Ai was found in a paddock with hi¶ throat cut. A short distance away the police found the body of the boy's mother, with the throat Ao badly cut that the head was almonoe severed from the body.. The cosd4t tion of the boy is improving,

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TRANS-AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY Perth, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 9 January 1917

TOANS-AUSTRAIVAN RAILWA# Perth. Jan. 5. Mr. J.3J. Poynton, the Federal Di rector of Supplies and TTansports, who ha's come to West Austras for the purpose of accon panymng the Federal Minister for Railways and Works, Senator Lynch, on the 1st ter's tour of inspection of the trans Australian railway, informed a press representative: to-day that. the- line ought to be available for trallic about next July or August. "At present," said Mr. Poynton, "we are stuck for rails. but as soon as they are available we will push on as rapidly as possible- with the work of completing the line. in ur dinary circumstances the line ought to he available for tralfic in July or August next. The ballasting will not be complete, but at that stsne it should be possible to run a fairy satisfactory overland service pending the absolute completion of the work. The railhead on the.Western section is now 535 miles out from Kalgoor-. lie, and on the eastern section 404& -miles. out from Port Augusta, s...

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RACING IN NEW SOUTH WALES CANTERBURY PARK. Sydney, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 9 January 1917

RACING IN NEW SOUTH WALES CANTERBURY PARK. Sydney Jan. 6. The Canterbury Park $nee Club's January meeting was held this af ternoon in fine weather. The track was in good going order. The following are details of re suitse: MAIDEN HANDICAP. Six furlongs. A. Gollan's Barrengarry, by Vythos-Minnie, 6 yrs., 7.12 (A. W od) ... ... ... ... ... .. .. . E. J. Wall and L. K. S. McKin non's Indian King, 3 yrs., 8.0, inc. 2. b. over (W. McLachlan) t A. Williams' Picket Duty, 4 yrs., 7.5 (F. Foley) ..:... .....3 Fifteen others started. Betting: 7 to 4 agst Picket Duty, o to 1 Barrengarry: Won by a head with a length be tween second anA third. Time, 1 min. 16 see. NEW YEAR'S GIFT. One mile and a quarter. J. Irwin's My Palm, by Mimer (imp.)-Palmness, 5 yrs., all. 7 lb., carried 7.12 (H.. rooks) .:. 1 J. Conlon's Lord'Malt, 4 yrs., all. 3 1b.. car. 7.11 (J. Horney) . .2 G. Buff rey's.Apiarist a.. 7.5, inc 2 lb. over (P. Kuhn) . :..:... 3 Six othexy started. Betting: 6 to 4 agest Lord Malt. 10 to I...

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RACING IN VICTORIA ASPENDALE PARK. Melbourne, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 9 January 1917

RACING IN VICTORIA. 40 ASPENDALE PARK. Melbourne, Jan. 6. The weather is perfect, for the As pendale Park races this afternoon, and there is a very good attendance. The following are details of results MAIDEN PLA'TE. Fire furlongs. 1x. Falkiners Palena, by Radium -Pieria, 7.9 (J. Killorn) .. 1 I). James'. Sweet Comedy, 6.11, inc. 2 lb. over (HI. Bird)'... ...z A. Tyson's King Kenneth, 7.9 (G. Lambert) .... .. ... ... .." ".. 3 Others; Nolesta, Demodil, Boo ran's Best Master ..Pendil, Belgium Waif, Moknimmie, Oherimoyer, La Marosa, Durhambah, King's Charge Sea Scot, Ferrigninto, Heartache. Betting : 5 to 4 agst. Palena, 4 to 1 Sweet Comedy, 7 to I Belgium Waitf 8 to I therimoyer 12 to I raster Pendil, 33 to I Ding Ken I neth. Won by a length and a half. with two lengths between second and third. Time, 1 miin. 3sec. BRUSH STEEPLECHASE." " Two miles. 0. Davis' Ramoth, by Eminence , -,Greylock, 10.0 (R. Amson) .... I P: O'Dwyer's Chatterboy, 13.5 (J. ' Kelly) . _.. ..... 2 J. Curr's Exp...

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BOXING. UREN DEFEATS KAY. Sydney, Jan. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 9 January 1917

BOXING. tTREN DEFEATS KAt. Sydney, Jan. 7. Tommy Uren, 10.7j, regained the_ middle-weight title on Saturday night, when,. in a 20 rounds' contest at the Stadium, he defeated Fred Kay, 10.12; on points. There were a few rounds in which sharp ex changes took place, but for the most part the bout did not possess any special features.'

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OBITUARY. A FAMOUS CRICKETER. Melbourne, Jan. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 9 January 1917

OBITUARY, A FAMOUS CRICKETER.. Melbourne, Jan. 7. The death is announced of Charles Lawrence, who wan a member of the first -English Ele eni to visit A~stralia in 186]. He was subsequently coach to . the .Albert Club in S ney. he deceased rep resented New South Wales in inter colonial. matches from 1863 to .1870. and took home a team of aboriginal cricketers to England in the sevenj ties. Mr. Lawrence, who was born on December 16, 1828, was a member of the Surrey . eleven prior to com. ing to Aust"-l

Publication Title: Western Argus
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COASTAL SPORTING ITEMS. Perth, Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 9 January 1917

COASTAL SPORTING ITEMS. Perth:t Jan. 2. During the four days of the W A.A T.C. meeting, the sum- of £9sa5o' was distributed . in stakes. Messrs; Nicholas a-nd focking, a- a result of, Lucky . Escape's .twoe wine; woa £1400. Mr D. E.L Gra'nt, with Mistico, was. second with. £1330; then followed Messrs. Lee Steere & Grant,. £1060; P. A. Connolly, £605; W. Marks' £600; E. :A.. Officer, £400-; 3. I ayward, £350; M. Mul. cahy, £340 ; P Bolger, £270; ':. Burns, -£260; T. Garvey, £255; .T. 23. Stratton; £235 " C. `i .N orton, £235; Dangan wed Stratton, '£205; 3. Jeffery, £155,;.J. Temby -£155; F. B. Wittetoom, £1155; A. Pearce; £150; A. F. Lee,. £140; BE. W. Rocking, £140; Bingham and felly; £125: S. P. Mackay, £125; Gunner and Relly,. £85; 3;' R. Park,,. '£80; P. J. Ward, £60; T.' V. Shaw, £60; J. M. Downing, £50; T. K. Lauder, £40 R. Cockburn, £40; Bolger and kiriy, £40; B: Ralph, £35; 0. H. Kirby, £35; R: A. Sholl, £30; J. J. O'Hara 30.; F. Col man £20; J. F. G'. tRobinson, £20;...

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NEIGHBOURS IN COURT DAMAGE TO A FENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 9 January 1917

NEICHlBOIiS IN COUNT DAMAGE TO A-FENCE. "I have never before heard of such a frivolous case." said Mr. R. F. Cook at the Boulder Police Court yesterday. when his client, James Horne, was proceeded against uy Florence Hearne before Messrs 0. Dick and D. Sheed. J's.P., on a charge of having damaged a fence, the property of the complainant. " Thomas Edward Hearne. the comn plainant's husband, declared that on the tvening of - December '2 ' he' heard something bang into the iron fence which divided his premises from those of Horne. Looking " ver from. the vantage point of a box he saw his neighbour poise a weight, and take two or three steps to throw. The weight hit the fence again, and. severely damaged . one sheet of iron to the extent of 101. it was secondhand material . Mr. Shead: Must have been very expensive iron. Witness: Horne did not apologise, but treated me with contempt, as e .always does. The iron fence, witness added, was hise own private property.- A picket fence he and H...

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BATTLE RUNNERS THE BRAVEST OF THE BRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 9 January 1917

34TTLh iUNN S THE BRAVEST 'OF- THE BRAVE. Sergeant` Ulric K. Walsh; of' Nowra. N.S.W., writes the follow hig interesting letter from lottbn War Hospital, Surrey, England:- "In the present war, with its un paralleled. conditions of fighting, many different typers of soldiers have been developed to cope with 'the new order. of battle, a battle that has shattered many of the fundamental principles of pre-war text books: Not least among these new types is the soldier-who owns.to the title of 'runner.' He is the man who maintains communication be tween the troops in the brunt of the fighting and officers commanding at 'the rear. "On battlefields like that of the present offensive the land around the front-line trenches is a desolate zone, except during the brief- period when the. infantry are attacking,; the earlth may -be continually churn ed . up by falling shells, but the agent and author of all this havoc is invisible. "At t ines a figure may be seen to rise up from one of 'the endle...

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KALGOORLIE RED CROSS SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 9 January 1917

KAL8ODILIE RED CROSS SOCIETY The Ohristma4 recess is now over, said in a few days our Red Cross centre will be busily at work again. The eub management oomniittee met on Thursday, the 4th inst.; the finance cnmmittee will meet on hMonday, the 8th inst. at the uisual hour;. and the executive council will meet on Tuesday evening at t in the Mayor's parlour at the Town Hall. Distribution and collection wiLl proceed as ustual on Wednes' d - nexit, and packing *Uill be car tBer out on Thursday mormag,. the 11thi inst. Several Red Cross raffles are be img carried out just now. The prizes are on exhibition in the Bon Ton window in McKenzie's Build mngs. As several people have asked "oe more tickets for. Mrs. Hawk's doll, -that raffle will not close till Saturday . evening, die 14th inst. The! late Capt.. .Drabble's. patol, which he used during the Indian Mutiny, will be raffled at the saýe Ltime. There is a great demand for bed 'socks, slippers, knitted mufflers, and g'oves, dried . fruits...

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NORSEMAN Norseman, Dec. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 9 January 1917

NORSIMAN Norseman, Dec. 29. Miners' Union Annuli Social. The. annual social held under the ,auspices of the Norseman brancti of the Miners' Union took place an. Sunday morning, December 2t. The president (Mr. R. L. Strongman) oc cupied the chair, and there were 50 or 60 members and visitors present,, including a returned soldier Private J. J. Brancher, and two Aeparting soldiers, Privates E. Scolioey and F. &trongman. After the toast of the King had been honoured, Mr. W J. Brown proposed "The Land We Live. In." The chairman, in a brief speech, proposedc the health of trivatb Brancher, and said he fels honoured at haiIngr the opportunity of ettend Ing the first weleome to the first Norseman returned soldier who had actuall ebislte& isoally. ^othera wh w bad been jinilar&r received had malis enlisted locally although-they were Norseman boys. He referred to their guest's previous active associa tion with union matters, and hoped that he would soon be permitted t...

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SCHOONER MISSING Brisbane, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 9 January 1917

n. SCIOONAO MISSING I Brisbane, Jan. 14. Inspector Sweetman, of Townu viyle, in a wire dated yesterday, ad vises the ,Police. Department as lot L low: "The schooner Swor-dfish left here on December 21 direct for Maryborough laden with ballast, and having. p enty of water and pro fn visions. She. was in charge of Cap tain Domsha, and had a crew of five b others. The. vessel was seen at an b chorage at Pioneer Bay at nightfall d on December 28. No tidings have - been received since that date. ft iV is feared that the boat may. have id foundered durin the hurricane which iaged that night. A search is being anide from Mackay,.

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WOUNDED AUSTRALIANS A ROYAL COMMAND. QUEEN ALEXANDRA'S KINDNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 9 January 1917

WOUNDED AUSTRAULANS A ROYAL COMMAND. QUEEN ALEXANDRA'S KIN{ NESS. li a letter received by Mrs. J. E. Neild (widow of Dr. Neild) from Mr. J. B. YIuile, of Melbourne, he gives a bright account of a command visit, he and other Australian sol diers made to Sandriiigham. His letter, which is from the Prince Edward Home, Hunstanton, on October 2, says: "We all received the command to appear at Sandringham. Motor-cars arrived to take us over to the es state, which is about seven miles from here. The Queen and Prin cess Victoria met us at the door, shook hands with us, and the foot man took our coats. We then pass ed into the house and had a look round. It is beyond me to try and describe it, and I can only say that every room seemed better than another. We all. went; out into the grounds, I bringing up the rear on crutches. You know, I being the only one on crutches of the party, I was rather conspicuous, and I - re gretted it. as they were always cau taoning me to watoh and not slip, or a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 9 January 1917

Coinmonweitb ± ank o stralia ,HEAD OFFICE -SYDNEY. SGeneral Banking Business ,pincipal Citibs and Towns of Australia, London, Tidworth (Salisbury Plain), and Rabaul. Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn an foreign places direct Forelmn I bills negotiated and collected. Letter. of credit issued to any part of the world. Banklg and Exchange Business of every description transacted within the Common wealth. United Kingdom and abroad. Curren$ aocounts opca'A 5atecret paid so fked deposit.. Advances made against approved securities. Savings Bank Department v Minimuam At all Beanches, and over Interet at 3% 00 it 290) In A estrnias aroest omors pa*r annum in Asetrit 2iand Papua. up to x£300 INTERSTATE and INTERNATIONAL Bavings Bank Facilities. JAeNe Uas. Dpanor seeorl >~Jasmc 11 oeoasex MRXLa,. S*an

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 9 January 1917

The. Rev. G. Campbell Morgan, D.D., Pastor of Westminster Con gregational . Chapel, Buckingham Gate. has (says a cablegram from London yesterday) been invited to take charge of the Colins-street Congregational Church. Melbourne, and he is seriously considering the invitation, on which he will decide almost immediately. If Dr. Morgan leaves Westminster Chapel the deaeons will make efforts tp secure Dr. Jowett, pastor of Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, New York, since m:. 1. He was ordained in the Congr&gational ministry in England, and left for U.S.A. in 1911.

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COASTAL SPORTING ITEMS. Perth, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 9 January 1917

COASTAL SPORTING ITEMS. Perth, Jan. 5. Mr. Mulcahy received word from Sydney that his- mare Welkin Queen nad broken her leg, but that it was hoped to save her for stud puir poses. Mr. Mulcahy paid 530 gns. for the mare as a yearling; Pilbarra and Corstep are to he re turi d to this State. and will prob ably go into W. Marks' stable at Fremajdtle.

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TROTTING. Perth, Jan. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 9 January 1917

TRO'TTNG. Perth, Jan. 1. The Chrirtmas Carnival ol the W.A. Trotting Association was con cluded on Monday .night. The following were the iesults.: . STATE HANDICAP. One mile and a quarter. Doreen" Wilkes, 240 yds; bhd. (Maynard) ..... ... ..... ... 1 IMarbelle. 190 yds. bhd. (Cannon) 2. Irishman, 135 yds, bhd. (Willis)... 3 Twelve others started. Betting Evens: aget. Wilkerson, 3 to 1 Doreen Wilkes.. Won by a leggth and a <iuarter. Time, 3 min. 49 sec. ... .. FREMANTLE HANDICAP. One mile and a quarter. Double Bells. 75 yds bhd. ' (Michael)"...... ... I. .:. 1 New Toy, 80 yds. bhd. (Follard)... 9 Jack Huon, 90 yds. bhd. (Ire land) ... .......... .. ...... 8 Thirreen others started. Bet'ting 3 to. I agst.. Vance, 5 to 1 Doilble Bells. 'Won by -a head. Time, 3 min. 56 sec. ' STAND. HANDICAP. One. mile and a quarter. Tinkle - Bell.. 150 yds. ;bhd. (Tho mas) ...... ...... .. I Lady Beldon; 135 yds. bhd. (Fol land) ... .. .... . ...... ... Coun.ens &aamba,- 130 yds. bhd...

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