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Australian Federation. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896

Australian Federation. RECENT telegrams from the East an nounce that the prospects of the early accomplishment of the Federation of some at least, if not all, the Australian colonies have been improved by the success of Mr Nelson's Government at the recent Queensland general elections. The Premier of New South Wales, who has lately been to Queensland, has been promised by Mr Nelson that the Federal Enabling Bill will be introduced with the first batch on the assembling of Parliament. The measure, which pro vides for the election of representatives of the various colonies to draft a con stitution, has already passed through both Houses in South Australia, Vic toria, New South Wales, and Tasmania. Notwithstanding this Federation is still, no doubt, some distance off, but if all the eastern colonies put the proposals contained in the Bill into practice, a further advance will- have been made than was ever previously achieved. A question that West Australia has now to consider is whethe...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896

jOMESTSAD LEASES HOMESTEADS ACT, 1893. 1. It is hereby niotified for 'gene'al ,infor mation that all second . and Third Class Crown Lands in the South-West Division, whether held under Pastoral Lease or not, and not being reserved, or requihred to be re served for any public purposes, are open for SELECTION as HOMESTEAD LEASES, under Part II. of the " Homesteads Act, 1898," 2. Applications must be accompanied by a year's rent, calculated at the ratei of 2d per acre, and in the event of the laud :being pirved to the satisfaction of the. Minister to be third class one.half of the deposit will be ref~ed, 8. Half the Cost of Survey mrust be paid by the applicant in five yearly in talments and the firtt instalment, .viz., one-tenth of th6e ,tal' cost must be de posited at the time. of application. The Survey Fees.are £18 10s for a blopk of 1000 acres, and Sd per chain for the external boundaries of blocks over that area. A . R; BtIGARDSON, Commissioner of Crown Lands. O BE RT PA R K SHAK...

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A SHOCKING CASE. A CALLOUS HUSBAND. LAUNCESTON, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896

A SHOCKING CASE. A CALLOUS HUSBAND. LAUNCIETON, April 21. At the inquest on the body of a uewly-born female child, the father, Matthew Donnelly,. revealed a shook ing'state of domestic unhaplpiness. ?n' his :evidence, he: s-idd his wife was in-. sens;blj -for three diys previous to her confinement. She was unconscious on Friday 'night. He went t -.lbed, and did not speak to her becanse he was drunk, ansd was; not. ntare hit. wife had just been delivered f a child,. It wasM not till: the- folloowilug day that the neighbors disoo' red the child had, been. born and suffocated, through, ?the mother being unattended... The cororer and the, jury severely censured the father of the child:

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RANDWICK RACES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, April 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896

RANDWICK RACES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, April 19. An off meeting was held at Rand wick on Saturday. The attendance was satisfactory. Results : HURDLE RACE, 2 miles. Aseort, by Chester--Superba, aged, 10st 21b (Fallon) ... ... ...... 1 Ladybird, 9st 71b (R. Heece) ... ... 2 Palmetto, 9st 121b (A. Ellis) ... ... 8 Other starter-Thor. Betting: 5 to 4 against Palmetto, 6 to 1 Escort. Won by two lengths, while a head separ ated second and third horses. Time, 4min 6sec. EXPRESS PLATE. 6 furlongs. Attachment, by Clivedon-Affection, 4yrs, 8st 91b (M. Harris) ... ... ... 1 Robin, 7st 41b (Luckman) ... ... 2 Inspiration, 8st 101b (Cox) ... .... 3 Other starters-Vanitas, Form, Dalmeny, The Roe, Dora, Eureka, Faithful Betting : 8 to I against Attachment, 7 to 2 Dora and Robin. Won by a length. Time, 1min 16sec. MAIDEN TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP. Honiton, by Oudes-Red Lance, 8st 31b (Parker) ... ... ... ...... 1 Jean, 6st 71b (S. Cook) .. ... ... 2 Mosaic, 7st 61b (Cromwell) ... ... 8 Other starters-...

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V.R.C. APRIL MEETING. ALL DOWN IN THE STEEPLE. [BY TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, April 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896

V.R.C. APRIL MEETING. ALL DOWN IN THE STEEPLE. [BY TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, April 19. 'The Melbourne April Meeting of the V.R.O. at Flemington took place on Saturday before a good attendance, and in perfect weather. The results are as follows: HURDLE HANDICAP, 2 miles. Loid Byron, by Neckersgat-Fille Deovi, list 19lb (Brewer) ... ... ... 1 Algebra, 10st 51b (Tomlin) ... 2 Larnook, list 5lb (Robertson) ... ... 8 Other starters were-The Hero, Woonooke, Here's Luck, and Willyama. Betting : 5 to 1 against The Hero, Woo nooke, and Here's Luck, 8 to 1 Willyama and Lord Byron. Won by three-quarters of a length. Time, 3min 35jsec. TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP, 5 furlongs. Lightning, by Eiridspord--Vera, 8st 121b (Morrison) . .... ... ... ... I Bowry, 8st 91b (Murray) ... .. 2 Lucarus, 9st 121b (Kennedy) ... ... 3 Other st.rter -Bundook. Betting: 5 to 4 against Dowry, 4 to 1 Bundook, 6 to 1 Lightning. Time, 1 min 4jsec. APRIL HANDICAP, ?1 miles. Preston, by Robinson Crusoe-Blue Eyes, 4yrs, 9st 21b (P...

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THE OPENING CEREMONY. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896

THE OPENING CEREMONY. A GREAT SUCCESS. The Club was formally opened on Thursday night by asmoke-night. There was afull atten dance of members and -their friends, nearly 200 gentlemen being present. The great majority of these saw the rooms for the first time, and all were loud in their praises of the admirable arrangements effected in such a short time. Warden Davis presided, and in opening the proceedings said that it gave him much Spleasure to be present and to preside at the 'opening of such an important institution in Kalgoorlie. A club of this kind would pro vide a long felt want. Athletics and gym nastics were conducive to health, and the rooms would be a splendid place in which to spend an :evening. He declared the club open and in wishing it every success he de sired to mention the names of the manager (professor Benjamin), the hon. sec. (Mr Tom Bower), and the hon. treasurer (Mr A. G. Holroyd.) (Loud cheers.) Mr Bower thanked the Warden for his attendance. He was sure the c...

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Correspondence. [The Editor does not hold himself responsible for the opinions expressed by correspondents.] CHEAP LABOR. THE ITALIANS AT BROAD ARROW. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896

Correspondence. [The Editor does not hold himself respon sible for the opinions expressed by cor respondents.] CHEAP LABOR. THE ITALIANS AT BROAD ARROW. (TO THE EDITOR.) SIR,-As a resident of the Arrow, and one who was present at the meeting relating to the alleged cheap labor on the Australasia Mine, would you kindly allow. me a few lines of space in reply to a recently pub-. lished letter from Mr Pigott. I see that gentleman again goes to the trouble of ex plaining that the Italians employed by this company (two in number) are receiving full rate wages. This statement was never ques tioned at the meeting-what we wanted to arrive at was the wage to be paid to eleven new arrivals from Italy, who were (nomi nally, at all events) employed by a country man of their own, who held a contract on the mine, and though we made several mild attempts to get a straightforward reply from the men or Mr Pigott, the attempts were utter failures, and the movement only ended about where it began. Now...

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Picnic at the Golden Group. MR. CARLIER'S BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896

Picnic at the Golden Group. MR. CARLIER'S BIRTHDAY. A pleasant gathering took place at Hannans Golden Group on Sunday after noon, to celebrate Captain Carlier's birthday. There were a large number of ladies and gentlemen from Kalgoorlie present, in ad dition to a hundred or two of the miners employed on the three groups of mines con trolled by Mr Carlier. Among the guests were Baron Sloet Oldruitenborgh and several ladies, as well as the principal citizens of Kalgoorlie. The early part of the afternoon was devoted to athletic sports and games, in which the representatives of the three groups of mines supervised by Captain Carlier, com peted for supremacy. In the football match, Hannans Golden Group proved successful, but in the tug-of-war the Hidden Treasure carried all before them, and secured an easy win. After the sports were over the guests were entertained at dinner by Captain Carlier in a spacious marquee erected near the main camp. The tables groaned under the weight' of good...

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Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896

Items of News. The Catholics of Kanowna are about to preceed with the erection of a suitable church building. We have received a cheque for £10 10s to wards the funds of the railway opening from Messrs Hare and Jodrell. Mr E. Matthews of the Zealandia mine has forwarded us a cheque for £4 Os 6d, on behalf of the Brunner Relief Fund. Baron Sloet Oldruitenborgh, civil mining engineer, of Liege, is inspecting the mines of the district for the information of Belgian investors. The improvements to Menzies are going ahead. The principal street is being graded and metalled all over, givingthe town acity appearance. Mr W. H. Glass, manager of the Hill End, Broad Ariow, has been appointed a Justice of the Peace for the Magisterial District of: East Coolgardie. We have received a cheque for £10 10s from Mr J. W. Lyall, on behalf of Messrs A. Bickerton and Co, Haninan's Steam Saw Mills, and in aid of the Railway Opening Fund. The Coolgardie municipal elections re sulted as follows :--W. Benste...

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Warden's Court. TUESDAY, APRIL 21st. (Before Mr L. R. Davis, Warden.) PLAINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896

Warden's Court. TUESDAY, APRIL 21st. (Before Mr L. R. Davis, Warden.) PLAINTS. Ashleigh v. Whitburn..Adjourned to Broad Arrow. Buckley v. Whitburn.-Adjourned to Broad Arrow. . James v. Vidovick and another.-Ad journed to Broad Arrow. Wishart v. Lane and others.--Adjourned to Broad Arrow. Sharp v. Truscott. - Adjourned to Kanowna. APPLICATIONS FOR EXEMPTION, J. J. Cassidy.-One month on 2385, on the grounds of dispute in survey.-Granted. J. Price and D. Campbeh.--One month on 2885, on the grounds of illness of manager. Granted. James Grimes-For one month on 2689"; on grounds of amount of work done. Granted. Peter O'Brien-On 1941. No appearance. Struck out. 0. Kuhiminch-.One month on 702; to concentrate on 703.-:Adjourned to Kanowna. R. H. Goodwin-One month on 1764 ; on grounds of work done. Granted. E. Matthews-One month on 2697, 2688, and 2700 ; on groundof work done.-Granted on 2697 and 2698, refused on 2699 and 2700. E. Matthews-One month on 8091 and 3092 ; on grounds of work done....

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896

CABLEGRAMS. LONDOir, April 20. The Cape correspondent of the "Times" states that artillery, maxim guns, and rifles are simply pouring into the Trans vaal, and such a state of things can only be taken as an indication that war is imminent. The same correspondent adds that in the event of war between the Dutch and the British in South Africa, the English have no cause to fear any danger from the natives. In the Transvaal there are 15,000 Boers, the Orange Free State has 20,000, and Cape Colony and Natal 15,000 Dutch. The " Times," commenting on the situation, considers that the outlook is a grave one, while many of the newspapers complain that Sir Hercules Robinson is under Africander influence, tand that his opti mistic communications to the Colonial Office prevented Mr Chamberlain send ing out adequate reinforcements. The German Press betray a revival of the bitter tone respecting the Transvaal which they pronounced after the Dr Jameson incident. Mr Barney Barnato, the South African...

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The Western Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896

PUsLISaED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1896. DISQUIETING intelligence continues to be received almost daily from the Transvaal. The latest news is to the effect that artillery, maxim guns, rifles and ammunition are simply pouring into the Republic,. and active prepara tions are in progress for the outbreak of hostilities. To those acquainted with the existing state of affairs it is not surprising that President Kruger and his advisers should expect trouble. The Transvaal Republic is governed by a close oligarchy of 15,000 adult males out of a population of more than half a m'illion, "including 250,000 natives. A vast majority of the white residents have no more voice in the Government of the country than the aboriginal inhabitants, notwithstanding that it was their enter prise, energy and wealth that developed the mines of the Rand and built in a few years the city of Johannesburg, with its population of 100,000. They number more than 60,000 adult males, most of whom, hailing...

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TELEGRAPHIC. PERTH, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896

TELEQlRAPHITC. PERTH, April 15. The regulations under the Goldfields' Act, whiph, have been framed by Warden Gill, were, ore the Cabinet on Monday and yes_ ay. It is understood that they have p the Cabinet, and will be gazetted to mor w.. The code comprises 178 clauses.. The Supreme Court was occupied with the jewellery robbery cisd from Liddell's shops in January yesterday. and to-day. It was concluded this evening, when. Richardson was sentenced to ten years' and Watson and Whitmore, the other men copncerned, to two years' imprisonment. Mrs Thomson met, with a nasty.accident to-day in Hay-street. .The horse bolted, and turning a corner overturned the trap, which .fll on Mrs Thomson. :,.The shafts were wrenched right out of, the conveyance, and the horse galloped off. When..extracted from the debris it was :found that the lady' lhad had a narrow escape. Sheonly sustained a slight shock, and the sleeve of her blouse was torn. Goulam Mahomet, the Coolgardie murderer, is bearing up we...

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Secret Society Amongst Chinese. BENDIGO, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896

Secret Society Amongst Chinese. [BY TELEGRAPH.] BENDIGO, April 16. Some extraordinary allegations were made in the Bendigo Police Court to-day during the hearing of a case in which a Chinese gardiner named Lee Fooh charged Tin Suey, Lee Sam, and Fun Kee with assault. Mr Kennedy, who represented the plaintiff, stated that a secret society exists amongst the Chinese in Bendigo, the members of which were sworn not to give evidence against each other in Court. The society, he said, was a very powerful one and wealthy. The complainant was recently a witness against Fun Chung, an officer of the society, in a recent perjury prosecution, and Lee Fooh was consequently brought to trial before the society, and sen- tenced to receive 108 beatings. These were administered by a big stick, and he was dragged out of the club-room by the pig-tail until it was torn out by the roots. This was stated to be a usual   way of ejecting delinquent members. The Counsel created a sensation by sta...

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The Storyteller. RUN TO EARTH. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896

The Storyteller. RUN TO EARTH. (FROM "LONDON TRUTH.") A breezy morning, and a goodly show of men, maids, and matrons marked the first meet of the Blan ron hopdp. Those who Smeant "going" were all lected at the centre of the little village of Berhard's Castle, where its one straggling street cut in 'two by the highway, with the old market cross on a mound in the middle, made a sufficiently, picturesque background to the groups of riders, horses, and hoynds.' -? Amongst them, pre-eminefnt in beaity as in general smartness, Lady Margrove chat tered away merrily. The prerogative of bridal honors were .l. Ts. not p ýyarhl h ing elapsed since ash-ib-ebae tha"wifelotf 4hh` taciturn, forbidding-looking man on the bay beside her. Yes, he, who carried his fifty years so clumsily, was the fortunate possessor of all his youth and beauty, as well as of the largest rent-roll in the country. The sharp, wizened face with its restless, light eyes was the embodiment of suspicious discontent, and even...

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General Items. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896

General g l tens. Sir William Harcourt says of Mr Cecil Rhodes : - " I am certain, knowing Mr Bhodes as I do, that.although he may haye been actuated by what the poet calls 'tlje last infirmity of noble minds,' he hatndt' been actuated by any'mean or sordidmnotive, and his conduct ha4 not been dictated by greed of ga:i." Whien` PieidentKruger lost his left thinbm (which was?hattered when -he was:a lad by: the bursting of a gun) no surgeonas " hacked him about," for there were none in the Temote"-settlement?here-hirh parentstiver? The. future President took out his pocket knife and unflinchingly cut off the thumb ,lhimself at he joint.. GT reat orts are be.tk9 iap wrest from Great Britain a share of the carrying trade: of the:world. The line to Bombay is already arranged, and the P. and .O. Company must fxpect severe competition. The line to Australia is not yet opened, but in March the Tosa-Mara, a fine steamer of 5000 tons,; aves for Europe. .The pay of a private in the Italian arm...

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The State of the Soudan. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896

The State of the Soudan. The KhalifaJmas abandoned Khartoum as the capital of the Soudan in favor of Omdurmatn, on the frontier iank of the Mil -which Gordon fortified and held as his ad vanced work. Fe has drawn there a multi tude of the western Arabs, who are strangers to the Nile valley, and to them he has allotted the best posts. Most of the old Emirs have been displaced, the one excep tion of note being the redoubtable Osman Digna, whose influence is great among the eastern tribes, who speak a languagestrange to the western Arabs.. From this and other causes, Slatin Bey, who recently escaped from captivity in the Soudan, draws the conclusion that although the Khalifa's arms are still sufficiently strong to enable him to quell with the most sanguinary cruelty internal disturbances, yet he is unlikely to be able to offer prolonged or effectual resistance toontside attack. Slatin Pasha declares that his leaders are neither sufficiently capable or instructed to ensure victory, and ...

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COOLGARDIE NEWS. COOLGARDIE, April 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896

COOLGARDIE NEWS. (BY TELEGRAPH?) COOLGARDIE, April 19. Seats on the Stock Exchange have reached £150. Mr Chas, Kaufman has donated £250 to the Hospital. A dry crushing plant for the Ormuz cement leases has been landed on the the mine. During the days rumor was in circu lation thalt a sensational arrest.was to b& made, the person in question being a very prominent citizen of Coolgardie. As a matter of fact, information of a criminal character was tendered, in the afternoon, but the official in charge refused to accept it. It is understood the matter will be proceeded with on Monday. Several miners on Saturday, pro ceeded against the secretary of the 25 Mile Development mine, for wages, and the Warden granted the, claim in each case. Mr Finuerty commented upon the action of the directors in keeping the 'men working when they knew they had no money to pay them. Be wished l e had the power to deal with such people as in his opinion it was a criminal charge. CooLOAnmuiC April 20....

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The Kalgoorlie-Menzies Railway. MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896

U The Kalgoorlie-Menzies Railway. MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE. A meeting of the -algoorlie-Menzies Rail. way Committee was held on Monday after, noon at the Exchange Hotel. There was a large attendance. The Actinig-Mayor °(Cr Nethercott) presided, and stated that he had received the following telegramfrom Mr Oct. Burt, the UnderSecretary :-" Premier absent, but I understand that question of railway route has not yet come up for decision, and will not be decided until the surveys are to hand." He said this telegram must be considered satisfactory, and it would be well for the petitions in favor of the Kal. goorlie route to be at once forwarded to the Government. Mr Solomon said that Mr R. D. Thompson, J.P., had left for Perth, and he would like him to present the petition with Mr Wasr . Mr Geoghegan hoped that Mr Moran, M.L,A., would also be requested to attend and introduce the deputation. As member for the district, it was right that he should do so. Mr Solomon said that it was fully ...

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FRIDAY, APRIL 18. (Before Mr L. R. Davis, Warden.) APPLICATION FOR FORFEITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 23 April 1896

FRIDAY, APRIL 18. (Before Mr L. R. Davis, Warden.) APPLICATION FOR FORFEITURE. Kennedy v. Baker.-This was an applica ion for the forfeiture of leases Nos. 1841. and.2160s on the ground of non-fulfilment of the labor conditions. The defendiant did. not appear. The applicant stated a search had revealed that there was no protection granted for the blocks, and no work was done on them on March 12 or 13. nor had any work been carried out recently.-De cision reserved. APPLICATIONS FOR EXEMPTION. F. White-For three months on lease No. 1766.-Adjourned till April 21. W. F. Francis-For three months on leases Nos. 1480, 2555, and 2556, on the ground of work done.-Recommended to start from May 17, 1896. G. J. S. Blayney-For one month on lease 3173, on the plea of the sickness of his mate. -Granted; one man to work on the lease. H. Ryan-Partial for one month on lease No. 3039, on the ground of work done. Granted; three men to work the lease.

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