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A VICTIM TO HEART APOPLEXY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 13 February 1896
A VICTIM TO HEART APOP LEXY. A widow named Mrs Morrison has died suddenly. She was employed by Mr Hummerston, proprietor cf the Trans continental hotel. Part of her duties consisted in waiting at table. After doing so at dinner yesterday the de ceased, wno appeared in her usual health, went to her room and apparently fell asleep, but when Mrs Hanmmerston went to call her for tea she noticed that the deceased was breathing rather peculiarly, and, becoming alarmed, sent for D)r. Dunlop. Mrs Morrison died, however, just after the doctor arrived: An in quest was held by the Resident Magis trate, and a verdict of death from heart apoplexy was returned. The deceased, who was 45 years of age, was a native Victoria, where her children reside.
A PRINCE'S BAPTISM. PREPARATIONS FOR AN IMPOSING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 13 February 1896
A PRINCE'S BAPTISBM. PREPARATIONS FOR AN IMPOSING CEREMONY. The Ozar, in a communication to Prince Ferdinand 'of Bulgaria, con gratulates him on having determined to allow Prince Boris to be baptised according to. the rites of the Greek Orthodox Church, and also eulogises Bulgaria, declaring he. has a great ad miration for the people and highly values their friendship. He finally states that diplomatic relations between Russia and Bulgaria wobuid be resumed. A Russian delegate will attend the baptismal ceremony. The Sohranje has passed a vote for' 225,0(0 francs to be expended imi connectioni with the bap tism, The Sultan of Turlkey will also send a delegatet?o tlhe baptisin.
TURKISH AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 13 February 1896
TURKISH AFFAIRS. At Stamboul many Turks openly resent the supposed treaty between Turkey and Russia. The police of Turkey are alarmed by the persistent agitation of the 'Young Turkey Party and the influence of the foreign press. A son of Muktltra Pasha has been arres ted at Stamboul charged with being connected with the Young Turkey Party. Russia has appointed a Consul to reside at Sofia.
THE ACTRESS AND THE NOBLEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 13 February 1896
,,. THE ACTRESSAT JW, , NOBLEMAN. Birdie Sutherland, the actreEs who sued Lord Maijoribanks, the son of the Earl of Tweedmouth, for £20,000 for breach of promise of marriage, has accepted £5,000 in settlement of the case.
THE VENEZUELA DISPUTE. ARBITRATION ADVOCATED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 13 February 1896
THE VENEZUELA DISPUTE. ARBITRATION ADV OCATED. American newspapers are once more arguing that Enagland should refer the dispute regarding Venezuela ITltr a twa. ; !ihey eclar~e thit b ansJ a settlement satisfactory, decisive, and honorable to bolh parti,.s may be. secured. The " Standard," commenting upon this attitude of the American press,. remarks that the British case is. stronger than is supposed at Washing ton. Cardinal Vaughan and the Bishops of Peterborough and Iereford, and the presidents of the Wesleyan, Bap tist, aaia Md thodist Conferences, aund the Mayors of London, Manchester, Editiburg, ainl of Glasgow, 'andtSir? GCorbge Grey advocate' the establish menit of permanent mnachinery to ar1i .trate in all differences arising between America and England. Senator Smith states that the people of the United States are disgusted with the action of the Congress.
THE TROUBLE IN THE TRANSVAAL. PRESIDENT KRUGER WILLING TO VISIT ENGLAND. MR. CECIL RHODES INTERVIEWED. LONDON, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 13 February 1896
THE TROUBLE IN THE TRANSVAAL. PRESIDENT KRUGER WILLING TO VISIT ENGLAND.D 'M.R. CECIL RHODES INTEllR VIEWED. (BY C~u .,.) (LOKDrON, F ebruary 10. President Kruger is reported to have drafted a code of laws governing the: foreign Press 'of the Transvaal, of a stringent character. - A good inpierssiol has beeh created by the publication of tMr. Chamberlain's despatch to President Kruger. The Paris " Temps " has advised the Boers to accept the proposals in toto. " Mr Cecil Rhodc-i4s anxious to be back in Africa sootl in order that he,. may personally see tljit the cpnisti c otion of the Beita railW ay be carrlejWho witli all possible speedr?? . -X g i Prf~sefidei Krnger ipr bpes;' " gk 1 an' 'elecive oMunicipal t'ouidlI to Johianiesl:wg, 'and also declares itha he is prepared to allow the child:en ;f Uitlanders learning English, in tfie Johanniesbuig schools, but insists .o their .earning Du'tch at the sajie tinme President Kruger and leading mem bers of the Transvaal Council are will-...
SAD ENDING OF A HONEYMOON. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 13 February 1896
SAD ENDING OF A HONEYMOON. An accident took place yesterday, when &nbsp; Mrs Burbank had both legs broken and sustained other serious injuries. Mrs Bur bank was returning along with her husband. to the fields after spending their honeymoon on the coast, and travelled by a four horse team, also bringing furniture etc. At the One-Mile Rocks, where the road is very steep, the vehicle capsized, burying Mrs &nbsp; Burbank underneath the furniture. Her husband also sustained severe injuries. Dr &nbsp; Whyte was sent for, and Mrs Burbank was conveyed to the hospital. Mr Burbank was the discoverer of the Birthday Gift. Mine. and is very popular on the fields.
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 13 February 1896
Sporting Notes, Mr W. R. Wilson is recruitingot I3Ballarnt It is rumored that Hove is under offer fo India. Ha uluan's Stragglers v. Knaownia thi afternoon. Harry Trott, almost a erdtainty as eaptaiu of the Australian team. Wallis, of Kanowuni, was in form with ba. andu ball on Saturday,. Captaill Swift will be ridden by Holmes his Tasmanian engagenmcunts. " ' Bain Marie and Venetia have bWen p otai in Melbourne, and will priobably noue t W.A. Harry Boyle strongly favored Priey; McDonnell's inclusion in the Australiaf teamn. Danbydale. a W.A. horse, has arrived at Flemington. He won several short races in Adelaide. - Mr WI . Wilson intends to supplenent his stock of brood mares at St Albans with a few English ijmlortatious. A Victorian State School teacher has spent his Christmas holidays in :bicycle tour?mg. iic.covc;edl over 1000 miles. Carnage and Trouenton were insured for. the voyage to Enhglandll. auld also for a year, at the n!tme rate as Carbine was, namely 10 guineas per ce...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 13 February 1896
ABRIDGED PROSPECTUS OF THE uINGSLEY HALL NORTH EXTENDED SYNDICATE, NO LIABILITY. SITUATED AT SMITHFIELD, W.A. TO BE REGISTERED UNDER THE COMPANIES' ACT OF 1893. Capital: £2,5oo, in 500 Shares of £5 each. Of which 300 Shares paid up to £2 will be issued to the vendors as payment for the property. The balance, 200 shares, are offered to the public for subscription, payable £1 per share on application and £1 on allot ment, and the balance, if required, in calls not to exceed 5s per month, to which both Promoters' and Contributors' Shares are liable. The whole of the capital to be devoted to working the property. Provisional Directors : lo Ti WILSON~, Esq., J.P. W. ,T. McWHAE, Esq. .I ROSENTHAL, Esq. P. WHELAN, Esq. P. S. HOCKING, Esq. Bankers : UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA, LIMJTEn, KAL.ronLIE. Solicitors : E. G. S. HARE, KALGoortLE. Brokers : BI)DLE & WILSON, KALGOORLIM. Secretary pro tern.: C. .H. BIDDLE, KA,aooRLIE HAMBrn RBs, KALGOOItLIS. tifHE Syndicate is formed to acquire, de...
Correspondence. [The Editor does not hold himself responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents.] PROFESSIONAL JUMPING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 13 February 1896
Correspondence. [The Editor does not hold himself responr sible for opinions expressed by corres pondents.] PROFE4SSIONAL JUlK1PING. TO THE EDITOR. StasR.- notice by the MINER this morning that the (so-clledl) jumpers of the IG rea. Boulder mine have withdrawn at the eleventh hour. thereby allowing a doubt (a very slight one, certainly, to those that were in full pos session of the facts), to remain in the minds of the mining community, both here and abroad, and cauing needles utneasiness to those honestly engaged in promoting the welfare of the field. As you remark, it is ua thousand pities some heavy embargo cannot; be placed upon men who descend to this sort of practice. Jumping leading mines,.pegging out settled towns, and all such tommy-rot, seem to be one way of gaining notoriety, and. at a cheap rate, but surely such actions mlUst; soon bear their own reward, and bring about, the speedy ann ihilationof the" trivial jumper' pest. Yours, etc., FRANK A. PLUMSTEAD. Kalgoorlic, Fe...
Zollner v. Great Boulder Company. THE JUMPING CASE. WITHDRAWN WITH COSTS AGAINST MR ZOLLNER. STRONG REMARKS BY COUNSEL FOR THE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 13 February 1896
Zollner v. Great Boulder Company. THE JUMPING CASE. WITHDRAWN WITH COSTS AGAINST MR ZOLLNER. STRONG REMARKS BY COUNSEL FOR 'THE COMPANY. The case Zollner v. Great, Boulder Com pany, Limited, was called yesterday morning on the opening of the Warden's Court. Mr Pilkington appeared for Mr Zollncr, and Mr Henning, instructed by Mr B. G. S. Hare, for the Company. The plaint stated that the Comnpatny had sublet portions of gold mining lease No. 16E for the purposes of residence and for carry ing on business thereon, and had received rent for the same, contrary to the goldfields Acts and regulations, and the cover; ants, conditions, and regulations under which the said lease is held, and the said Martin Leo Zollner prayed that the lease should be for feited. Mr Pilkington said the case had been withdrawn. Mr Henniug : I am instructe:l to apply for costs. Mr Pilkington: Costs have been agreed to. Mr Henning: No. Costs up to date have not yet been agreed to. Mr J'ilkington : On tlis questio...