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SEAMEN'S WAGES. AN IMPORTANT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896
SEAMEN.S WAGES. AN IMPORTANT QUESTION. Port Mgelborne magistrates to-day heard a claim by. seamen belonging to the Nicaraguant barque Dominion for the balance of their wages. Tl:e question resolved itself into whether the Colonial Court had any jurisdic tion in the matter affecting a foreign ship, and the court decided they had nto jurisdiction, and dismissed the case. During the argument, Mr Crocker, counsel for the captain, declared that if the Colonial tribunal were to interfere with. a ship belonging to a Oeritral American Republic, such action might. ill the present warlike state of the world involve the payment of heavy compensation on the declaration of war.
SHIPMENT OF DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896
SHIPMENT OF DAIRY PRODUCE. A very important step has been taken by Lund's anI Aberdeen line of steamers, who have secured contracts for the carriage of the produce of the present butter factories and farmers. 'rhe latter had been practically in the hands of ageltts, who have advanced money on cargo sent through their hands. These agents have expressed their determination to ship by the mail company's boats. Lund - and Aberdeen Company have tiow stepped in, and agreed to make the necessary advances to producers, thereby taking the risk on the cargoes they carry.
VICTORIA. THE EIGHT HOURS CELEBRATION. A GREAT SUCCESS. IMPORTANT SPEECHES BY THE GOVERNOR AND THE PREMIER. MELBOURNE, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896
VICTORIA. THE EIGHT HOURS CELE BRATIO, . A GREAT SUCCESS. IMPORTANT SPEECHES BY THE GOVERNOR AND THE PREMIER. MELBOURNE, April 21. The anniversary of the inauguration of the Eight Hours principle in Vic toria was celebrated to-day. The feature of the celebration was the. pro-. cession of .ombined trades organisa tions, which started from the Traded Hall at 10 o'clock thisemorning, lint ma ched Ithroghl?- the ' streets to the Exhibition Building. The gorgeous banners were as numerous as ever, and there were a number of lorries bearing tableaux which chiefly re ferred to the sweating evil. All traffic was stopi ed in the streets during the progress of the pageaant. and the line of route was thronged with spectators, who cheered lustily. At the Exhibition building a mammoth gala Was arranged. The attendance was very large, and the Governor (Lord Brassey) was in attendance during the afternoon. There was a large and representa tive gathering at the Eigght Hours' Luncheon at the Exhibiti...
Kalgoorlie Police Court. TUESDAY, APRIL 21. Before Mr L. R. Davis, R.M. CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896
Kalgoorlie Police Court. TUESDAY, APRIL 21. Before Mr L. R. Davis, R.M. CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. Hugh 'McLean was charged on the infor mation of Constable Anderson with wantonly and cruelly ill-treating and torturing a horse by working it in a team when it was suffer ing from sore shoulders. The accused ad mitted the charge, and was fined £5, in default one month's imprisonment. William Francis Ranlon was similarly charged in respect of four horses, and was fined £5, in default one month's imprison went. Matthew Johnston wascharged withallow ing the above mentioned horses to be used. The accused, who is owner of the horses, ad mitted the charge, and was also fined £5, in default one month. The R.M. inspected the horses prior to inflicting the fines, and expressed the opinidn that it showed very great cruelty on the part of those using the horses and especially the owner.
COOLGARDIE NEWS. April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896
COOLGAiRDIE NEWS. (FROM OUR OWN 0ORR?SPONDENT.) (BY TELEGRAPl.) April 21. Another death from fever took place at the hospital last night, when Frank Ryan, aged 22, a native of Clonmell, Ireland, succumbed. He was admitted on April 16th, and had been working' in the Coolgardie district. James. Hogarth appeared before Mr Finnerty, R.M., at the Police Court this morning, and was charged with : being an habitual drunkard. Tlhe Magistrate said lhe was a man who was 'utterly useless to. himself and the community, and sentenced him to six months' im prisonment with hard labor.
CABLEGRAMS. THE TRANSVAAL TROUBLES. KRUGER RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT. INDEMNITY FOR THE JAMESON RAID. LONDON, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896
CA BL E3 RAM S. THE TRANSVAAL TROUBLES. KRUGER RE-ELECTED PRESI DENT. INDEMNITY FOR THE JAMESON RAID. LONDON, April 21. The "Daily News," in an article dealing with the Jameson incident, remarks that President Kruger, who originally claimed £3,000,000 indemnity for the invasion of the Transvaal terri tory by the Chartered Company's troops, will probably accept half that sum. Paul Kruger has been again re elected to the Presidency of the Trans vaal Republic. A number of British residents in the Rand, who have taken out papers of naturalization, have been summoned to either give evidence or serve on the jury at the -rial of the Uitlanders charged with conspiring against the Transvaal Republic.
THE MATABELE REVOLT. CHEERING NEWS. REINFORCEMENTS PUSHING FORWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896
THE MATABELE REVOLT. CHEERING NEWS. REINFORCEMENTS PUSHING FORWARD. The situation at Bulawayo has by no means improved. Swarms of Matabele rebels threaten three sides of the town, and are trying to effect a junction in the neighborhood of the Matoppo Hills. The Chief Olimo is reported to be in citing the insurgents to attack the town. Scouts from Buluwayo are drcpping dynamite along the rebel lines. Several provision waggons have arrived at Bulu wayo. The cheering news has been received that 260 trooperSi and a10 officers are pushing forw.rd with all possible des patch from Mafeking, and an equal number are being equipped, including a fine body of volunteers from the Rand. The Cape Government give an em phatic denial to the report that risings are threatened on the part of the Bechuana, Basuto, and Pondo natives.
Telegraphic News WEST AUSTRALIA. KANOWNA REQUIREMENTS. PERTH, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896
Telegraphic News WEST AUSTRALIA. KANOWNA REQUIREMENTS. PERTE, April 21. Mr W. Lowes, Mayor of Kanowna, together with Councillors Batho and Barry, arrived here on Saturday eve ning, for the purpose of interviewing the various members of the Govern ment with regard to Kano*"na rr quire ments. The deputation had arranged for an interview with the P. mier on Monday morning, but owing tc indis- rW position, Sir.John Forrest has had to defer the meeting until to-day. The deputation will be 'introduced by the member for the district, Mr C. J. Moran, and will be accompanied by the Hon. H. J.. Saupders and Messrs Randell, Illingworth, and Geo. Traylen, Ms.L.A., besides several other promi. nent citizens. The object of the depu tation is to urge the Government to extend the railway on from F"lgoorlie to Kanowna, besides several other matters in connection with tae muni cipality of Kanowna.
OPENING OF THE COOLGARDIE BRANCH. COOLGARDIE, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896
OPENING OF THE COOLGARDIE BRANCH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) (BY TELEGRAPH.) COOLGARDIE, April 21. The members of the Coolgardie Branch of this Association held their inaugural meeting at Sommer's hotel last evening, about 50 gentlemen attending. The Vice-President of the Western Australian Board of Directors Mr A. E.Illingworth, delivered an interesting address, and enumerated at length the many benefits to be secured by becoming a mem ber of the Association. He traced the history of the association in the other colonies, and carefully outlined what members should strive for to build up a great nation. Mr Illing worth concluded (amidst applause) by declaring the No 4 branch (Coolgardie) of the A.N.A. to be duly opened. The various office-bearers were then elected, and as they were installed, Mr George Leckie, Grand Lodge Secretary addressed them as to their duties. The office-bearers are as follows:- President, Mr H. Gray; vice-president, Mr A. Myers; treasurer, Mr George A. Pur...
THE CONDEMNED CELL. ANTIPATHY TO CLERICAL VISITS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896
THE CONDEMNED CELL. ANTIPATHY TO CLERICAL VISITS. Mrs Miller, who is lying in Tam wort h gaol condemned to death for poisoning her huspanud at Counabarban, has during the last day or two mani fested a great dislike to the n inistra tions of. a Roman Catholic priest who has been ittending on her. She de -clines to listen to his appeals to pre pare herself for the future, and requests him to take away the religious litera ture he leaves with her for her consola tion.
Sports, Concert and Ball at Bardoc. BARDOC, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896
Sports, Concert and Ball at Bardoc. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) BARDOC April 10. The Easter festivities in Bardoc were car ried out splendidly by the hard-working committee appointed, consisting of Messrs W. McLellan, R. Pym, T. O'Loughliu, A. Ferguson, A. Laidlaw, A. Russell, John Bailey, F. Harris, L. Flynn, J. A. Ryan, and J. Leydon; the handicappers, Messrs J. &nbsp; &nbsp; Pettifer, D. Delaney, and T. O'Loughlin; and judges, Messrs Webster and B. Leslie. There was a large attendance from Broad Arrow and outlying districts, fully 400 persons being present. The comforts of the inner man were capably attended to by Mr L. J. Dudley, ably assisted by Mrs Dudley and Miss Steedman. Mr Pont also provided light refreshments, consisting of tea, coffee, sandwiches, etc. Mr Roy Miller, photographer, was in attendance froim Coolgardie, and several very successful groups were taken in the afternoon, consisting of the public, the sports' comnittee, the pioneers, the com- &am...
THE DEATH ON THE 90-MILE ROAD. THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896
THE DEATH ON THE 90-MILE ROAD. THE INQUEST. An inquest was opened at the Coolgardie. hospital yesterday afternoon by Mr J. 1!. Finnerty, coroner, and a jury of three, as to the cause of the death of George Francis, a team driver, who iwas found dead yesterday morning across the 90-Mil- track, about half a mile out. Alfred Lewis, team owner, identified the body in the morgue as that of George Francis, a driver vho had been in his employment for about eight weeks. Deceased was about 40 years of age, and was, he thought, an Irishman. On about March 27 last, Francis left Woolgangie with one of his (witness') teams laden with stores for Mensies, and returned to Wool gangie last Monday morning about 7 o'clock. Francis was in his service up to Wednesday, when witness dischr.rged him, and paid the balance of his wages £5 Is 7d. He saw him several times on Wednesday, and last saw him alive about 4 p.m. at Bloom's well, where th teamsters were camped. The deceased had been drinking when he la...
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