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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,546,109
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,021,095
4 annmanley 2,252,210
5 John.F.Hall 2,247,172
...
656 mhubert61 50,155
657 mccorden 50,081
658 Atwork11 50,042
659 midland1 49,990
660 villageview1 49,963
661 CarolynStephens 49,949

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Corrections by month

July 2017 2,306
June 2017 5,377
May 2017 5,570
April 2017 1,545
March 2017 2,633
February 2017 4,040
August 2016 97
July 2016 2,327
June 2016 1,159
May 2016 2,675
April 2016 2,744
March 2016 2,712
February 2016 2,865
January 2016 677
December 2015 3,957
November 2015 6,050
October 2015 3,256

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,546,078
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,021,095
4 annmanley 2,252,140
5 John.F.Hall 2,247,167
...
655 mhubert61 50,155
656 mccorden 50,081
657 Atwork11 50,042
658 midland1 49,990
659 villageview1 49,963
660 CarolynStephens 49,949

49,990 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2017 2,306
June 2017 5,377
May 2017 5,570
April 2017 1,545
March 2017 2,633
February 2017 4,040
August 2016 97
July 2016 2,327
June 2016 1,159
May 2016 2,675
April 2016 2,744
March 2016 2,712
February 2016 2,865
January 2016 677
December 2015 3,957
November 2015 6,050
October 2015 3,256

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Advertising (Advertising), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 25 April 1913 [Issue No.291] page 3 2017-07-10 18:09 Dou't forget that the " Midlands
Advertiser" Office does ail kinds of
will pri.it yon anything from a
Visiting Card to a Novel.*
Railway Time Tables. Fares, Rea'ilahcns, Perth
1 rein and rerry lioe. I abler. Cab and Motor
Sinn 1 Garages Shipping, Customs
/vomits and Carriers. 1 aL'cs Weights and Masurcs
for every one and hAR.ME.RS. Postal and Telr
jriaphic rates etc., "'Siamp and Probate Duties,
Ch.-_v.ber of Commnee, Commissions, Medical and
Derrtnl Practitioner:, Lawyers, Magistrates. Justice;
of Peace, bcr.eyc.rs. Valuators. Consulates, Mem
bers of Parliament, CovL Officials. Governors
Miniflnc*, I .AND & INCOME TAX, Licenses!
Banks, Insurance Coys., Mur«:c:pa!it;es, Roads ana
■Health Brands, Hold: ei~... Health, 1 and. Mining
arid Asrculfuial Brr.k Act (emdensed) W Pi FLAT
EXPORT. ^ INFORMATION and Pictures,
Calender, Holidays, Amusements etc.. Holiday
Resorts, Places cf Interest, MARRIAGE LAWS,
Directions to MO 1 HhJ\S feeing of INFANTS
etc.. Mop of and fads concerning V/esL Australia
; a^id ether information.
4> CB7A1NA5LE AT 2 DO V S C LLE RS A BOOKSTALLS.
Our Crockery Buyer, who has just returned from the KnHem States,
was successful in picking up a wholesale stock of Gias; artel China
ware at a Ridiculously Low Biguie,
\Vhite aud Gold Caps and Sauce s, Is lid j Srndl Uncovered GlaSs .Jam Dishes, 2'd each
half dozen j Glass Plates, 2^d each
Gin, Is 6d half d ozen
White Dinner Plate?, semi porcelain with
White Soup Plates, semi p ireelain with
embossed edges, 2s 3d half dozm
White Bread and Butter Plates, semi por
celain with embossed edges, Is 3d half doz
good serviceable size cap-, each set con
tains i dozen cups and siucers, A dozen
and cream jug, 21 phes. 7s lid ; other
Sets, 7s lid, 10s Gil, l'2s Gd. the set
Sets of Three Jugs, good sizes, nice decora
tion, 2s lid, 3s (B set
Odd Jugs, Gd, 7.1 d, !)d, Is etch
Teapots, large, decorated and fane}- shapes,
Is 3d, Is Gd each
Plain Teapots, holding six cups, lliyi each
Cheese Dishes, splendid sizj, goo 1 decora
tions, la lid, 2s Gd each
China Breakfast Cruets, 1(1.1 i etch
China Toast Racks, 10jeach
Ciiina Egg Cruets. Is 31 each
Plain Thin Glass S gar Basins, Gil each
Plain Thin Glass Butter Basins, li.ld each
Fancy Cups and Siucers, tor children,
handsomely decorated. 61 each
Children's Sets of Cup, Saucer and Plat-,
best English chiua, latest decoration,
Is 3-1, Is Gd set
Saucer an 1 Plate. 91 set
Children's Mugs. 2yd, 3J 1, 4.yd each
Tall GGss Specimen Vases, 7yd each
Coloured Glass Specimen Vases, 7 yd each
Violet Bowls, clear glass, 3yd each
Large Glass Salad Bowh, 10.(1 each
Shaving Mugs from G 1 each
Fancy Fruit Plates from ltd each
GLs3 Jugs, good fancy decoration, wonder
ful value, Is each
Bismarck Limps, all white stand with
shade comp'ete. *2s lid each
Large Jumbo Cups and Saucers, la each
Lemonade Se's, containing one large deco
4s 1 Id, 5s 111 set of 7 pieces
Children's English E irthen ware Chambers,
9 1 each
covered, Is Is 31 each
Combined with these Goods we also hive four Special Bargain"
Parcels The Goods selected for these Parcels are perfect and in good
Cur 5s 6d Bargain Parcsl contains j 1 Nice-sized Teapit
the following articles : - I l. Bear glass sugar B asm with cover
° 1 Do do Butter Dish with cover
}, Dozen good sized White and Gold Cups
and Saucere
L English Earthenware Teapot
1 Glass .Sugar Basin with cover
I Do. Butterdish with cover
1 Glass J^m Dish without cover
I English Eartienware Pudding Basin
\ Doz White and Gold China. Egg Cups.
Qur 10s 6d Parcel contains fho fol
1 Teaset beautifully decorated wita fruit
contami .g y doz cups and seucors, y
plates, 1 slop basin, 1 cream jog, 1 cake
1 Faucy China Jug
.1 Fancy Earthenware Teapot
I Fancy decorated Glass Jug
y Doz White and Gold Cnina Egg Cups.
containing 2 doz cups and saucers, y doz
plates, 1 slop bisiu, I cream jug, 1 cake
plate,—91 pieces
y Doz white English fire proof Semi Porce
y Doz white English fireproof Semi Porce
lain Bread an i Butter Plates
i doz White and Gold Chi la EggCup3
f Large glacs Salad Bowl
1 Large glass (Jake Stand
1 Kitcheu Rciiec'ing Lamp
2 Large g'asa Specimen Vass3
y Doz thin plain glass Tumblers
1 Sot, of th-ee White English Pudd-.ig
B isins
1 Fancy dec -.rated Glass .Tag.
This wonderful lot lor 2ls.
1 Teasel, latest decoration, cuitaioin-." A
doz cups aud siuczrs, y plates, 1 s > i
1 Dinner Set, E tg ",Vndgewood, make,
green pitLr.a. cinllining .1 doz dinner
plates, A doz Padding Plates, y bread
and batte ■ pl.tes, 2 veg. disies, 1 eich
9 and lOins. and 12 in. un^t dishes, 1
gravy b iat—2G pieces
I Set tancv decorated -Jflgs
I Glass Sugar Bas:n with caver, pliin thin
1 Plain thin class Battsr Dish With cover
L Glass Jam Dish without over
i D z Key pitteru Tumblers
y Doz White and GTfid Egg Cups
I Large glass Salad b iwl
STIRLING STREET, '
Ail Poultry Carefully Classed before
MADE TC ORDER ON THE
Competent Workmanship. Full value foi
Wholesale and Retail Butciier,
All Kinds of .Stnall Goods, including
G, IT. BUR.MEET, late of
Dandaragan, has purchased tlie
First-class Meals at la.
IIoUS ICItOL DC LIS WaLTCD ON DAILY.
Orders from any pirl of the District
A NNOUNCES having ;'rnnj
carry on th^ Retail B..
of Mr W. G. Clark, and ir
Supplying the B-s- Beef and Mi
at Reasonable Price-.
Country Orders will receive Prir
VV. A. KENWORFdV,
QMBM
MI NO KNEW <t DONG V " c.
Give"" us a Gull and yo"
Don't forget that the "Midlands
Advertiser" Office does all kinds of
will print you anything from a
GUIDE
To
Containing:
Railway Time Tables, Fares, Regulations, Perth
Train and Ferry Boat Tables, Cab and Motor
Stand Garages and fares, Shipping, Customs
Agents and Carriers, Tables Weights and Measures
for every one and FARMERS, Postal and Tele-
graphic rates etc., Stamp and Probate Duties,
Chamber of Commerce, Commissions, Medical and
Dental Practitioners, Lawyers, Magistrates, Justices
of Peace, Surveyors, Valuators, Consulates, Mem-
bers of Parliament, Govt. Officials, Governors,
Ministries, LAND & INCOME TAX, Licenses,
Banks, Insurance Coys., Municipalities, Roads and
Health Boards, Hotels etc., Health, Land. Mining
and Agricultural Bank Act (condensed) WHEAT
EXPORT. INFORMATION and Pictures,
Calender, Holidays, Amusements etc., Holiday
Resorts, Places of Interest, MARRIAGE LAWS,
Directions to MOTHERS feeding of INFANTS
etc., Map of and facts concerning West Australia
and other information.
OBTAINABLE AT BOOKSELLERS & BOOKSTALLS.
Our Crockery Buyer, who has just returned from the Eastern States,
was successful in picking up a wholesale stock of Glass and China-
ware at a Ridiculously Low Figure.
White and Gold Caps and Saucers, 1s 11d
half dozen
6in, 1s 6d half dozen
White Dinner Plates, semi porcelain with
White Soup Plates, semi-porcelain with
embossed edges, 2s 3d half dozen
White Bread and Butter Plates, semi por-
celain with embossed edges, 1s 3d half doz
good serviceable size cap, each set con-
tains ½ dozen cups and saucers, ½ dozen
and cream jug, 21 pieces. 7s 11d; other
Sets, 7s 11d, 10s 6d, 12s 6d. the set
Sets of Three Jugs, good sizes, nice decora-
tion, 2s 11d, 3s 6d set
Odd Jugs, 6d, 7½d, 9d, 1s each
Teapots, large, decorated and fancy shapes,
1s 3d, 1s 6d each
Plain Teapots, holding six cups, 10½d each
Cheese Dishes, splendid size, good decora-
tions, 1s 11d, 2s 6d each
China Breakfast Cruets, 10½d each
China Toast Racks, 10½d each
Ciiina Egg Cruets. 1s 3d each
Plain Thin Glass Sugar Basins, 6½d each
Plain Thin Glass Butter Basins, 6½d each
Small Uncovered Glass Jam Dishes, 2½d each
Glass Plates, 2½d each
Fancy Cups and Saucers, for children,
handsomely decorated, 6d each
Children's Sets of Cup, Saucer and Plate,
best English china, latest decoration,
1s 3d, 1s 6d set
Saucer and Plate. 9d set
Children's Mugs. 2½d, 3½d, 4½d each
Tall Glass Specimen Vases, 7½d each
Coloured Glass Specimen Vases, 7½d each
Violet Bowls, clear glass, 2½d each
Large Glass Salad Bowls, 10½d each
Shaving Mugs from 6d each
Fancy Fruit Plates from 4½d each
Glass Jugs, good fancy decoration, wonder-
ful value, 1s each
Bismarck Lamps, all white stand with
shade complete. 2s 11d each
Large Jumbo Cups and Saucers, 1s each
Lemonade Sets, containing one large deco-
4s 11d, 5s 11d set of 7 pieces
Children's English Earthenware Chambers,
9d each
covered, 1s 1s 3d each
Combined with these Goods we also have four Special Bargain
Parcels. The Goods selected for these Parcels are perfect and in good
Our 5s 6d Bargain Parcel contains
the following articles :—
½ Dozen good sized White and Gold Cups
and Saucers
1 English Earthenware Teapot
1 Glass Sugar Basin with cover
1 Do. Butterdish with cover
1 Glass Jam Dish without cover
1 English Earthenware Pudding Basin
½ Doz White and Gold China Egg Cups.
Our 10s 6d Parcel contains the fol-
1 Teaset beautifully decorated with fruit
contaning ½ doz cups and saucers, ½
plates, 1 slop basin, 1 cream jug, 1 cake
1 Fancy China Jug
1 Fancy Earthenware Teapot
1 Fancy decorated Glass Jug
½ Doz White and Gold China Egg Cups.
containing ½ doz cups and saucers, ½ doz
plates, 1 slop basin, 1 cream jug, 1 cake
plate,—21 pieces
½ Doz white English fire-proof Semi Porce-
½ Doz white English fireproof Semi Porce-
lain Bread and Butter Plates
1 Nice-sized Teapot
1 Thin clear glass Sugar Basin with cover
1 Do do Butter Dish with cover
½ doz White and Gold China Egg Cups
1 Large glass Salad Bowl
1 Large glass Cake Stand
1 Kitchen Reflecting Lamp
2 Large glass Specimen Vases
½ Doz thin plain glass Tumblers
1 Set of three White English Pudding
Basins
1 Fancy decorated Glass Jug.
This wonderful lot lor 21s.
1 Teaset, latest decoration, contains ½
doz cups and saucers, ½ plates, 1 sugar
1 Dinner Set, Eng. Wedgewood make,
green pattern, containing ½ doz dinner
plates, ½ doz Pudding Plates, ½ bread
and butter plates, 2 veg. dishes, 1 each
9 and 10ins. and 12 in. meat dishes, 1
gravy boat—26 pieces
1 Set fancy decorated Jugs
1 Glass Sugar Basin with cover, plain thin
1 Plain thin class Butter Dish With cover
1 Glass Jam Dish without over
½ Doz Key pattern Tumblers
½ Doz White and Gold Egg Cups
1 Large glass Salad bowl
STIRLING STREET,
All Poultry Carefully Classed before
MADE TO ORDER ON THE
Competent Workmanship. Full value for
Wholesale and Retail Butcher,
All Kinds of Small Goods, including
Mrs G. H. BURNETT, late of
Dandaragan, has purchased the
First-class Meals at 1s.
Householders waited on daily
Orders from any part of the District
ANNOUNCES having arranged to
carry on the Retail Business
of Mr W. G. Clark, and is
Supplying the Best Beef and Mutton
at Reasonable Prices.
Country Orders will receive Prompt
W. A. KENWORTHY,
CASH STORE,
MINGENEW & DONGARRA
Give us a Call and you will save
GAZETTE NOTICES. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 25 April 1913 [Issue No.291] page 3 2017-07-10 16:56 the Three Springs Local Bou-d of
On 7th'May.
Melbourne loc. 2735,1,160 acres.
the Three Springs Local Board of
On 7th May.
Melbourne loc. 2735, 1,160 acres.
SMOKE SOCIAL. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 25 April 1913 [Issue No.291] page 3 2017-07-10 16:54 has been ia business in Mo>ri for the
now leaving the district, was ten
Mr W. S. Ralston, J.Lb, presided,
guesl, stated it was a matter for
regret that Mr Wbyte was severing
an i had set an excellent example in
friends who wished hitn every success.
Mr S. Iluggins and Mr W. J.
Mrs Whyte were wished every pros
thanked those present Cm-their kindly
remarks and expressed sorrow 'at
worili doing well. He trusted to
The following gentlemen contri
evening, which proved * very sociable
and enjoyable one. Sosgs—Mr F.
'O Promise me,' 'Queen ol the Earth' ;
Own'; Mr J. T. Whyte, "Mary of
art Thou ;' he also gave much p'ea
sure witn pianofare. selections and
has been in business in Moora for the
now leaving the district, was ten-
Mr W. S. Ralston, J.P., presided,
guest, stated it was a matter for
regret that Mr Whyte was severing
and had set an excellent example in
friends who wished him every success.
Mr S. Huggins and Mr W. J.
Mrs Whyte were wished every pros-
thanked those present for their kindly
remarks and expressed sorrow at
worth doing well. He trusted to
The following gentlemen contri-
evening, which proved a very sociable
and enjoyable one. Songs—Mr F.
'O Promise me,' 'Queen of the Earth';
Own'; Mr J. T. Whyte, 'Mary of
art Thou;' he also gave much plea-
sure with pianofore selections and
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. MR MAHON AT MOORA. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 25 April 1913 [Issue No.291] page 3 2017-07-10 16:47 FEDERAL ELECTIONS..
Representatives, addressed a meet
Dsmpier seat. Mr .J. A. Waldeck,
electors of the Cooigardie Division
in f901 by a majority of 350 votes ;
in 190G he was again returned with
opponent; whilst in 1910 his major
every public body in the large Cooi
during recent years of the agricul
Swan division in the old Cooigardie
division, and this was known now'as
System rendered the re-adjustment;
necessary. The Dampie1- Division
Commonwealth. It is nearly a'
large as the whole S'.ate of Queens
to "Wyndham in the extreme north ;
and from Dirk Iiartog Island (the
therefore necessarily embraces
•fcreat variety of interests—fanning,
pearling and timber getting,"as well
as the commercial and trading inter
said : ' No one who travels through
tins great territory can fail to be
other primary producers. They un
doubtedly constitute the* backbone of
the country. Mineral production has j
played, and must for a ' long time
contiuue to play, a prominent part in
our prosperity. But we ehali repeat
countries where goidfields at first
goidfields are not iuexhaustible. We
is becoming our settled convictiou. I
what mining has done for this coun
concern of everyone engaged in Gov
in agriculture and those who fol
-Nearly all my-peopie still live by the
land. These old-time ties and attach
raise my voice and give my vote in I
house on hiE machinery. Harrowing
who is likened to the " weary Tirau"
of old, who '■ groaned under (he too
Welt, 110 vote oi mine contributed to
T fought against every tax proposed
was over ten years ago. A.t that
wholly mining. Out of over 20.000
voters' m that district, there vwere
probvblv rot 500 farmers. So I
stood up for the farmer when, politi
desire to advance any ciaim to special
Trom undue taxation, I did only that !
which 1 considered wis right and
just. 1 saw no reason then, and I see
of Melbourne and'Sydney—many of
taxation. For instance, hoot and hat
manufacturers obtained special con
free, 1 could see no justice in putting
his ploughs, harrows, and other im
flagrantly unfair to let the city ipdus
tries off while penalising the firmer.
are sold in a free and keenly com
struggle, three other oiembers of the
State joined in fighting 3gainst these
harangues to fortify thorn who were
actively hosti'e. The " West Aus
It persistently advocated a protec
wrought this change 7 „Tlie taxation
it does now. If ii is unfair new, it
was equally unfair then. The reel
truth is that in* the intervening
-years farmers have become a more
numerical strengt1. rather than any
quarters where hitherto the fanners'
indifferenee. I have said that tnree
manfully resisted taxing" farmers'
machinery. You will naturally in
Johu Forrest—was doing. lie was
then essentially a farmers' representa
tive. It wss specially incumbent on
producers, to lead ths attack against
unfairly taxing the farmer. 1 have
fellow members in this State, Luc 0:1
was then a member of the Govern
these taxes. He is, therefore, maia'y
and - directly responsible for putting*
on the bui'din of which the primary
an hnchallengeable fact, verifiable
from public ar.d official records. That
political kinship to Sir Johu "Forrest.
for the whole load carried by the farm
factors at work. The farmer's neces
sities are teken advantage of by
middlemen to reap extortionate pro
some extent elsewhere by co-oprra
producer is also exploited by the'
agricultural macbi nc-rv, which extra.;t
can be obtaieed for elsewhere. The
powers to deal with, these combina
tions. The arm of the Slate Govern
ment is 11-it long enough to reach our
States the. Legislative Councils —
sway—hamper.the efforts of reform
vote fur Messrs Need ham, Pearce
and Lynch for the Senate and "Yes '
for the Referenda proposals, embody
ing the extra powers in the Consti
tu!ion absolutely necessary for the
instances in support of bis contention
when the High- Court had nullified
measures, viz , defence with compul
sory service, old age and invalid pen
sions, maternity bonus, and the laud
011 many other phases of Federal
Mr Maiiou was listened to atten
tively throughout iiis address, aud
FEDERAL ELECTIONS.
Representatives, addressed a meet-
Dampier seat. Mr .J. A. Waldeck,
electors of the Coolgardie Division
in 1901 by a majority of 350 votes;
in 1906 he was again returned with
opponent; whilst in 1910 his major-
every public body in the large Cool-
during recent years of the agricul-
Swan division in the old Coolgardie
division, and this was known now as
System rendered the re-adjustment
necessary. The Dampier Division
Commonwealth. It is nearly as
large as the whole State of Queens-
and from Dirk Hartog Island (the
therefore necessarily embraces a
great variety of interests—fanning,
pearling and timber getting, as well
as the commercial and trading inter-
said: "No one who travels through
this great territory can fail to be
State of its agricultural settlers and
other primary producers. They un-
doubtedly constitute the backbone of
the country. Mineral production has
played, and must for a long time
continue to play, a prominent part in
our prosperity. But we shall repeat
countries where goldfields at first
goldfields are not inexhaustible. We
is becoming our settled conviction.
While we can never over-estimate
what mining has done for this coun-
concern of everyone engaged in Gov-
Happily, it cannot be said of me—at
in agriculture and those who fol-
Nearly all my people still live by the
land. These old-time ties and attach-
raise my voice and give my vote in
house on his machinery. Harrowing
who is likened to the "weary Titan"
of old, who "groaned under the too
vast orb of his fate." The farmer is
Well, no vote of mine contributed to
I fought against every tax proposed
was over ten years ago. At that
wholly mining. Out of over 20,000
voters' in that district, there were
probably not 500 farmers. So I
stood up for the farmer when, politi-
desire to advance any claim to special
from undue taxation, I did only that
which I considered was right and
just. I saw no reason then, and I see
of Melbourne and Sydney—many of
taxation. For instance, boot and hat
manufacturers obtained special con-
free, I could see no justice in putting
his ploughs, harrows, and other im-
flagrantly unfair to let the city indus-
tries off while penalising the farmer.
are sold in a free and keenly com-
struggle, three other members of the
State joined in fighting against these
harangues to fortify those who were
actively hostile. The "West Aus-
It persistently advocated a protec-
wrought this change? The taxation
it does now. If it is unfair now, it
was equally unfair then. The real
truth is that in the intervening
years farmers have become a more
numerical strength, rather than any
quarters where hitherto the farmers'
indifference. I have said that three
manfully resisted taxing farmers'
machinery. You will naturally in-
John Forrest—was doing. He was
then essentially a farmers' representa-
tive. It was specially incumbent on
producers, to lead the attack against
unfairly taxing the farmer. I have
fellow members in this State, but on
was then a member of the Govern-
these taxes. He is, therefore, mainly
and directly responsible for putting
on the burdin of which the primary
an unchallengeable fact, verifiable
from public and official records. That
political kinship to Sir John Forrest.
for the whole load carried by the farm-
factors at work. The farmer's neces-
sities are taken advantage of by
middlemen to reap extortionate pro-
some extent elsewhere by co-opera-
producer is also exploited by the
agricultural machinery, which extract
can be obtained for elsewhere. The
powers to deal with, these combina-
tions. The arm of the State Govern-
ment is not long enough to reach out
States the Legislative Councils —
sway—hamper the efforts of reform-
vote for Messrs Needham, Pearce
and Lynch for the Senate and "Yes"
for the Referenda proposals, embody-
ing the extra powers in the Consti-
tution absolutely necessary for the
instances in support of his contention
when the High Court had nullified
measures, viz , defence with compul-
sory service, old age and invalid pen-
sions, maternity bonus, and the land
on many other phases of Federal
Mr Mahon was listened to atten-
tively throughout his address, and
OUR CITY LETTER. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 25 April 1913 [Issue No.291] page 3 2017-07-10 15:56 in weather that could not be im
proved on. Cool 3'et bright. It is
just as well that there is some bright
wond there is a fearful groom. Ware
doing. Perhaps that is hardly cor
Whatever happens to the poor credi
kuoyvn firm in that line have one
are eye openers in the way of show
about;, the Public Purse and the credit
the ridiculous-to the absurd. First
the Agricultural Bauk had run out
of funds, then the Savings Bank-was
"Wobbly and depositors were starting '
a run on- that institution. These
male. Somebody had heard on good
so ^ard up that orders were issued
that no typewriters were to be re
paired. Auother bright story alleged
deposit. The most .marvellous thing
gravely repeated by fairly sane look
unduly delayed, Or Mongomery
would-surely have a big increase of
has been added in the quamt person
ality of Scotty Liuton. Scotty, 3
small assertive Scotchman, was qi'ite
a circumstance in the roaring nine
hundreds of the miuers rolled up to
Scotty'g exchange to have a flutter in
have Jong passed into oblivion. In
every night; and ic speaks well for
t le fine "class of men then on the
fcields that defaulters were unkuown,
people on the Rand how to do things
Alas, poor Scotty! He barely es
caped with his life, while the Israel
in weather that could not be im-
proved on. Cool yet bright. It is
just as well that there is some bright-
world there is a fearful groom. Ware-
doing. Perhaps that is hardly cor-
Whatever happens to the poor credi-
known firm in that line have one
are eye openers in the way of show-
about the Public Purse and the credit
the ridiculous to the absurd. First
the Agricultural Bank had run out
of funds, then the Savings Bank was
wobbly and depositors were starting
a run on that institution. These
made. Somebody had heard on good
so hard up that orders were issued
that no typewriters were to be re-
paired. Another bright story alleged
deposit. The most marvellous thing
gravely repeated by fairly sane look-
unduly delayed, Dr Mongomery
would surely have a big increase of
has been added in the quaint person-
ality of Scotty Linton. Scotty, a
small assertive Scotchman, was quite
a circumstance in the roaring nine-
hundreds of the miners rolled up to
Scotty's exchange to have a flutter in
have long passed into oblivion. In
every night; and it speaks well for
the fine class of men then on the
Fields that defaulters were unknown,
people on the Rand how to do things.
Alas, poor Scotty! He barely es-
caped with his life, while the Israel-
Advertising (Advertising), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 25 April 1913 [Issue No.291] page 3 2017-07-10 15:47 / • >
£;:<i4
miwk
Mil I siiH \ l\
aU,\\ iiI tilling
i.
Your .T.uvvcr rokht be cross
if sir-: d' n't 1 avc some -Ro'eur
t a—wouldn't she? I lias tv\o
sp'onfi:!-.; in my cup of milk,
and : lik :s it bctt r 'an 2nysing
e:s; when I'm fir.ty, and a lot
Faver says h: 'joys some when
he com:s home. Does you 'joy


Your muvver might be cross
if she don't 'ave some Robur
tea—wouldn't she? I has two
spoonfuls in my cup of milk,
and I likes it better 'an anysing
else when I'm firsty, and a lot
Faver says he 'joys some when
he comes home. Does you 'joy
MOORA RIFLE CLUB. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 25 April 1913 [Issue No.291] page 3 2017-07-10 15:43 The Moora Rifle Ciub he'd their
t-ophy preseuted by Messrs Keamy
& Go , when the conditions were 10
Pis. Hdcp. Total
L. D. Griffiths
42
4S
W. Griffiths
42
48
Capt. Reid ...
46
scr
46
S. Uoylo
40
4
44
R. Cook
41
2
43
— Anderson
42
scr
42
W, T. Pring
32
10
— Ackforth (visitor)
W. Kay '
40

40
2
39
A. Dunkley ...
32
■1
36
D. CampbalL
2
35
P. Paton (visitor) ...
20

20
Li, D. Griffiths wot
i O :
the r
• Geo. Bishop. junr, was electi
marker. A practice mutch will ;
The Moora Rifle Ciub held their
trophy presented by Messrs Keamy
& Co , when the conditions were 10
Pts. Hdcp. Total
L. D. Griffiths ... 42 6 48

W. Griffiths ... 42 6 48

Capt. Reid ... ... 46 scr 46
S. Boyle ... ... 40 4 44
R. Cook ... ... 41 2 43
— Anderson ... 42 2 43


W, T. Pring ... 32 10 42
— Ackforth (visitor) 40 — 40
W. Kay ... ... 37 2 39


A. Dunkley ... ... 32 4 36


D. Campbell ... 25 10 35

P. Paton (visitor) ... 29 — 29
L. D. Griffiths won on the count.
Geo. Bishop. junr, was elected
marker. A practice match will
THE MEMBER FOR THE IRWIN TO THE EDITOR. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 25 April 1913 [Issue No.291] page 3 2017-07-10 15:34 THE MEMBERFORTHE IRWIN
To The Editob.
of your influential and largely cir
culated journal clearly and de'rbe
•rately expressed the feeling of dis
gUBt" that is manifest amongst the
our misrepreFentative—the obsolete
allowed euch a derelict politician to
iSolentialities, and is calling aloud for
np yonr eminent Rip Van Winkle,
plainly state, " Get on or^get out."
get a huBtle on, so I must ask him to
"promising electorate. And I hope
have a chance.
-Yours, etc.
THE MEMBER FOR THE IRWIN
To The Editor.
of your influential and largely cir-
culated journal clearly and delibe-
rately expressed the feeling of dis-
gust that is manifest amongst the
our misrepresentative—the obsolete
allowed such a derelict politician to
potentialities, and is calling aloud for
up your eminent Rip Van Winkle,
plainly state, "Get on or get out."
get a hustle on, so I must ask him to
promising electorate. And I hope
have a chance.—Yours, etc.,
CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor does not necessarily identify himself with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] THE MAN WHO FAILED COMMISSIONER HAY AT MOORA. TO THE EDITOR. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 25 April 1913 [Issue No.291] page 3 2017-07-10 15:29 [I'he Editor does.not necessarily identify
him Bel f with the opinions expressed by
THE MAN WHO
COMMISSIONER
To The Editok.
Blight put on us by Mr Charles Som
Hay'B visit to Moora on April 21st •
but he was very sconspicuous by his
guests some of the visiting' Salvation
who are of the same opinion as my
self in this rfiatter, strongly resent
the discourtesy shown to the Com
missioner and the people who at
absence. Did Mr Sommers think ;
that lending his name to,the advance I
was it a cheap advettisement for him
self ? If so, he need not flatter him
Belf; and it will be^good enough for
elect disappoints the said gentleman
Lest he forgets, let me remind htm
harder for what he g?ts from the
the money he draws from the tax
payers of W.A., ie., %his salary for
being an M.L.C. And is Mr Som
mers kaown in every part of Aus
tralia like thef Commissioner {I don't
think). Then why should be be
on his action ? Just* fancy one of
preside over the metlftng ! I under
Gentleman might turn up at" any
in question has to offer.
—Your, etc., j
COURTESY,
[The Editor does not necessarily identify
himself with the opinions expressed by
THE MAN WHO FAILED
COMMISSIONER HAY AT
To The Editor.
slight put on us by Mr Charles Som-
Hay's visit to Moora on April 21st;
but he was very conspicuous by his
guests some of the visiting Salvation
who are of the same opinion as my-
self in this matter, strongly resent
the discourtesy shown to the Com-
missioner and the people who at-
absence. Did Mr Sommers think
that lending his name to the advance
was it a cheap advertisement for him-
self? If so, he need not flatter him-
self; and it will be good enough for
elect disappoints the said gentleman.
Lest he forgets, let me remind him
than his; and it's odds on that Com-
harder for what he gets from the
the money he draws from the tax-
payers of W.A., ie., his salary for
being an M.L.C. And is Mr Som-
mers known in every part of Aus-
tralia like the Commissioner (I don't
think). Then why should he be
preside over the meeting! I under-
Gentleman might turn up at any
in question has to offer.—Your, etc.,
COURTESY.
"THE ELIXIR OF YOUTH." (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 25 April 1913 [Issue No.291] page 2 2017-07-10 15:20 tho elixir of youth, and he asserts that
conducted «n his aged mother, then on
friends. He says that his mother, al
and appears to he as youthful aa a
removing *11 the wrinkles from her
fac*. 163
the elixir of youth, and he asserts that
conducted on his aged mother, then on
friends. He says that his mother, al-
and appears to be as youthful as a
removing all the wrinkles from her
face. 163

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