34[Anderson, Thomas, Personal diary, 1885-1924, Battye Library, ACC 2808A (listing MN 720)]
1913 Mar. 14th. On we go! nearly a year since my last entry. The outlook in this State is not too good owing to the Banks & all business people pressing those who owe them money. The Banks and Merchants in their turn being afraid of the silly acts of a poor & incompetent so-called Labour Government. Our Premier (Scaddan) is away in England trying to borrow £5,000,000. The State debt is already £90 per head. Our population being 300,000. If he fails to get it which is likely then pressure all round will continue. If he does get it; then greater pressure later on. 300,000 people cannot pay interest on unlimited millions badly spent. Still on we go!
Author Anderson, Thomas, 1864-1928.
Title Diary, 1885-1928 [manuscript]
LOCATION CALL NO STATUS MESSAGE
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Call # MN 720
Phys. Description 5 cm.
Note Photocopy and typescript.
Access Available for reference; not for loan.
Cite As: Battye Library, MN 720, Diary of Thomas Anderson, ACC 2808A.
Note Original in private ownership.
Pastoralist. Born in Queensland.
Came with his brother to the De Grey in 1883 and acquired Mulyie station.
He later moved to Condeena, a property near Broomehill.
Finding Aids Detailed listing available (MN 720)
Summary Personal diary about his life at Mulyie and Condeena; also included are 2 newspaper cuttings about his death.
Subject Anderson, Thomas, 1864-1928 -- Diaries.
Ranchers -- Western Australia -- Pilbara -- Diaries.
Pilbara (W.A.) -- Biography.
Other Number 13096606