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Share Market. TUESDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) ADELAIDE, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 30 April 1896

Share Market. TUESDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) ADELAIDE, April 28. The share market was not so active to-day although on the whole a fair amount of business was done. West Australian gold stocks opened strong, a weaker tone pre vailed later. Great Boulders, on the strength of a report of further good developments in the mine, were taken at £9 6s but eased by closing time to £9. The sales were : Bank of England, 23s Boulder North-West, is 3d, is lid Boulder Half-Mile South, is 8d, is 61d Boulder Central, con 9s lid, 9s 4d Boulder North Extended, 4s Sd, is, 4s 9d Boulder Consols No 1, ls 9d Boulder Consolidated, 10d Black Prince, is lid Brown Hill Junctions, 4s, 4s ld Coolgardie, .58s 9d Brophy's Consols, 3s Cosgrove, 3s 6d, 3s Id Croesus, 14s 9d Croesus Proprietary, 2s 4d, 2s 5d Croesus Extended, 3s 3d Erl King, 3s Cumberland, 15s 3d Golden Bar, 4s 1 ?d Golden Zone, pro 7s 9d Golden Zone, con 5s Golden Queen, Is 1.1d Boulder, £9 Os, £9 2s, £9 Great Boulder Norseman, 38 2d...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
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THE KAPAI. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 30 April 1896

THE KAPAI. This mine, which is situated next to the Victoria Cross on the south, has just struck the reef at the 60ft level, It is the same jasper reef which traverses all the mines from the Maritana Central to the Thistle, a dis tance of several miles, but in the Kapai it is less quartzy, and partakes more of the nature of a formation than in any of the other claims. The block contains 24 acres, giving a length of about a quarter, of a mile on the line of lode which promises to be a valuable one. The reef is 8ft thick. and carries fair gold all through. In addition to this there is a western and an eastern line of lode running through the property, but as yet little work has been done on these. It is understood the mine is under offer to an English Com pany.

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TUESDAY'S MELBOURNE MARKET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) MELBOURNE, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 30 April 1896

TUESDAY'S MELBOURNE MARKRET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) MELBOURNE, April 28. Hannans Consols, buyer Is 6d, seller Is 9d Hannan's South, sellers 4s Brown Hill Junction, buyer 3s 6d Croesus, buyer 14s Grierson, paid Is 8d Ivanhoe, buyer 62s, seller 66s Boulder, buyer £8 Ls Maritana, 17s 6d Menzies, pro seller 18s 6d Tindals, seller 7s Brokens, 52s Block 10, 84s Block 14, 88s British (old), 26s British (new), 21s Junction, buyer 73s, seller 75s Junction North, 26s to 28s Sd North, 10s 3d Comet, 14s Lyells, £6 Trams, £5 2s Flux, buyer 14s 6d Water, seller 14s 9d

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BALAGUNDI MINING NEWS. April 27. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 30 April 1896

BALAGUNDI MINING NEWS. April 27. I have nothing of very great importance to report this week so far as developments are concerned. The Paris Gift people have commenced a costeen on the north block within 20ft of the Naratella boundary, which will be of much assistance to the owners of the last-named property. Last week, Mr McDonald, of Kalgoorlie, who has held large interests in Ballagundi, disposed of four properties, the figure being generally understood to be a little under £30,000; and several other properties will probably go off shortly. Under date of April 11, a correspondent from Black Flag writes:-" A rich shute of gold was struck in a claim known as ' The Stacks of Gold' on Friday last. This pro perty is owned by a party of three (Messrs Stack, McCarty, and Whittingham), and is situated four miles west of Black Flag, on the 25-Mile road. At a depth of 68ft the reef is from 5ft 6in to 6ft wide, showing good gold in the face, besides which there are several other reefs on th...

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LOCAL SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 30 April 1896

LOCAL SiARE MARiKET. Linton & Saunders evening Open Call report : Stock Buy Sell Sales Boulder ... ... 9/2/ 10/0 ... Boulder Consols No 1 2/3 2/4 2/3 Boulder 4-mile South 116 21 ... Brophy's Kurnalpi... 3/3 84 3/3 Block 45 ... ... 13/9 1610 ... Brown Hill Junction 3/10 42 ... Black Prince ... 1/8 1/10 Croesus ... ... 15/0 1516 15/0 Croesus Proprietary 2/8 2/9 218 Great Coolgardie ... 66 616 6/6 Great Oversight ... 42 4/2 4/2 Hannan's Wealth ... 2/4 2/5 2/4 Haunan's Premier ... 1/6 1/8 1/6 Ivanhoe ... ... 62/0 65/0 Ivanhoe Junction ... 1/9 1110 1/9 Ivanhoe South.Extd. 5/4 5/5 5/4 Maritana Extended... 2/9 2110 2/9 Roseand Shamrock... 2/3 24 24 Southern Boulders... 116 2/9 ... Slug Hill Consols ... 0/10 1 .8 Thistle ... ... 2/0 2/4 2/0 Bank of England ... 22/0 2816 Nolan's Great Find... 2/0 2/8 2/0 Struck Oil ...... 110 1/11 1/10 Hannan's Reward N. 3/9 516 Lake View South ... 18 20/0 18/6 Boulder N. Extended 4/7 4/10 417 Boulder North-West 1/5 1/11 Hannan's Eureka ... 19 2/0 1/...

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THE CRŒSUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 30 April 1896

THE CR1ESUIS. The water shaft of the Croesus mine is being forked with a view to driving for the lode from the 300ft level. The shaft is situated about 300ft west of the outcrop of the green lode, the underlie of which is westerly. The objects of the work are to prove the lode at this depth, to prospect the ground between the shaft and the green lode, and also to try and strike a big flow of water. The shaft now makes a few hundred gallons daily owing to the hard nature of the rock in which it has been sunk, but it is probable that as the ore channel is approached a softer and looser character of rock will be met with. It is probable also that a start will be made shortly to drive west to open up the big formation running on the west side of the water shaft, and known as Bick ford's reef. In the underlay workings in which such rich gold was struck some days ago the lode is being crosseutted at the 100ft level south of Blevin's shaft. The crosscut has been carried 7ft through the for...

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Kanowna Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 30 April 1896

Kanowna Hospital. The Hospital Committee met last night, but there was very little business to occupy them. There were present--Messrs Harper (chair), Baldwin, and Harkness. The secretary reported that he had received a telegram from Mr Lowes, who was in Perth on a deputation representing the municipality. The telegram said that the Government granted permission to the com mittee to raise subscriptions for the hospital. It is the Committee's intention to formulate a scheme whereby the miners by subscribing a certain sum per week are admitted to the hospital free of further cost. At present the arrangement, is that either a patient must pay £4 per week or is admitted free. The Chairman stated that he had been asked to open the new ward, which is near ing completion, with a concert and ball, but it was thought inadvisable to comply with the request. . The sum of £8 was received from F. Cock ayne for maintenance while in the hospital a period of two weeks. The nurses' quarters are near...

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KANOWNA. General Items. KANOWNA, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 30 April 1896

K ANOWNA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] General Items. KANowsA, April 23. The flotation of the General Gordon is a great success as far as Kanowna is concerned. Everyone you meet has applied for a " few." Certain it is that those who know consider it " the" show of W.A. So far the develop ments on the lease are as follows :-Main shaft 72ft deep, width of lode 58ft. Very rich specimens have been obtained on the cap of the reef near the main shaft. Mr Kennedy reports a new find to the north-west of the Gordon. In a 24 acre block they have uncovered two distinct lode s. Splendid gold has been struck in one of these. It is thought that it is the continuation of the General Gordon lode, it being similar in character to it. The new find has been christened the General Wolseley, and the country has been pegged both north and south. There has been a good deal of alluvial obtained on this particular lease. The results of the municipal deputation to Perth so far are gratifying in the extreme....

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Mining News. REEFERS EUREKA. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 30 April 1896

Mining News. (BY OUR MINING REPORTER.) REEFERS EUREKA. The Reefers Eureka, consisting of 18 acres, promises to become one of the big mines of the north eid of the main mineral belt. It has been thoroughly opened up to a depth of 100ft by means of three shafts and crosscuts connecting them. By this means the whole of the hill in the centre of the mine has been prospected to the depth named. Originally taken up by a party of prospectors in the early days of the field, work was for a long time confined to a quartz and ironstone in reef from three to five feet in width, but a leader running east and west induced the prospectors to extend their operations, with the result that it was found all the hill was more or less gold bearing. After the mine was taken over by an Adelaide company, a start was malte to open up the claim in a systematic manner. For this purpose three shafts were sunk in a line running east and west across the strike of the country, and at a depth of 100ft these were c...

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MINING. GREAT BOULDER CRUSHING. 3165OZ FROM 932 TONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 30 April 1896

MINING. GREAT BOULDER CRUSHING. 3165oz FROM 932 TONS. The return from the Great Boulder for the past fortnight was as follows :-Stone treated 932 tons, yielding 313oz of smelted gold. It is probable that the return will be kept at about the same figures for some time to come. The additional 10 heads of stamps now being erected will not greatly increase the yield, as the mill now being run jointly by the Boulder and Lake View will be handed over to the Lake View as soon as the new plant being erected is completed. It is, intended, however, to increase the battery on the Boulder to SO heads of stamps at once so as to further augment the output.

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Kalgoorlie Municipal Council. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 30 April 1896

Kalgoorlie Municipal Council. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22. Present :-Crs Nethercott (Acting Mayor), McKenzie, Lee. Fimister, and Tinley. THE MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meetings were read by the Town Clerk. The minutes of the special meeting held on 80th ult. were taken from the columns of the MINER, and Lr Lee said that they could not be taken as the official minutes of the Council. Cr Fimister, said it was a very fair report, but there was of course, a certain amount of press cpinion in it. Cr McKenzie suggested that any opinion expressed in the report should be eliminated. Cr Lee moved that portions of the MINER report of the meeting held on 30th ult. should be written in the minute book and submitted to next meeting. Cr McKenzie seconded. Carried. The minutes of the other meetings were then confirmed. TRACK TO THE SANITARY DEPOT. The Town Clerk reported that a contract had been let for this work at £10 10s, which was a very low figure. The contractor was making good headway. Th...

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Opening of the Kalgoorlie Railway. MEETING OF THE GENERAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 30 April 1896

OpeakitigC of the Kalgoorlie Railway. MEETING OF THE GENERAL COMMITTEE. The second meeting of the general com mittee to arrange for the celebration of the opening of the Kalgoorlie railway was held on Friday night at the Grand Hotel. There was a very large and representative attendance, the dining room being completely filled. Mr R. L. Hair, chairman of the reception com mittee presided. The minutes of the previous meeting held at the Exchange Hotel were read and adopted. THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL AND THE COMMITTEE. The Chairman saidt that a very important matter had arisen since last meeting in regard to the attitude of the Council to the committee. He would ask the secretary to read the correspondence. Mr Bower then read the following, letter dated 23rd inst., addressed by the Secretaries to the Acting-Mayor aml ,Councillors :7 " In vieiv of the ie??paper. ejirto dz este - day's ti6eting of "thd Tow? (loucil *e? have been instructed to telnder you'the sincere re gret of the Railway Op...

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The Government's Critics. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 30 April 1896

The Government's Critics. IN a speech delivered at Bunbury last week, the Premier referred to the un favourable criticisms recently passed on the actions and policy of the Govern ment. He wisely pointed out that the opponents of the Ministry ignore every piece of liberal legislation brought for ward by the' Government, and all the good features of the present administra tion. The ft-et is that fault-finding is very easy. As Byron years ago pointed out, " A man must serve his time to every trade save critics, critics all are ready made." Certainly, the opposition at present cannot be regarded as very powerful. They are not strong in voting power, they are without experienced) leaders, and they are practically dis organised. Their ranks arc composed chiefly of the latest arrivals from the other colonies. The average new chum before he is a week in West Australia does not hesitate for a moment before giving advice as to bow the affairs of the colony should be managed. If he were allowe...

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SPORTING. MOONEE VALLEY. [BY TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 30 April 1896

SPORTING. MOONEE VALLEY. lBY TELEGRAPR.] MELBOURNE, April 21. A race meeting was held at Moonee Valley this afternoon when, notwithstanding the threatening aspect of the weather there was a good attendance. Results: TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP. Denis' Dowry ... ...... 1 D. J. Wallace's Ammunition ... 2 T. Reynold's Blue Vest... ... 8 The others who started were Quality, Sway, Puanite, Last Gun. Betting : 6 to 4 on Dowry, 4 to 1 against Blue Vest, 5 to 1 against Quality. RURDLES, 1i miles. R. McKennas' Aelous ... ... I Tarnfield's Bingara ... ... 2 Thos. Lewis' The Deer ... ... 3 Other starters: -- Willyama, Gurgen, Heroine, Vesta, and Beggar. Betting :-1 to 1 against Bingara, :3 to 1 .Eolus, 4 to 1 Willyama and Heroine, 10 to 1 others. Won in a canter. PIONEER HANDICAP, 5 Furlongs. J. Williams' Beau Brummel ... 1 T. Dempsey's Hannan ... ... 2 Yuille's Fairy Tale ... ... 3 Other starters. were- Disparity, Delos, Scarpia, Lena, Perturbation, Malo, Cornalla, Broken Key. Betting : 2 to I agai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 30 April 1896

ROBERT PA RK SHAREBROKER. Member Stock Exchange, Melbourne West Australian stocks a specialty. All telegrams receive prompt attention. STOCK EXORANGE BUILDINGS, MELBOURNE. T. F. DEOOURCY BROWNE Late Deputy-Chairman of the Min ing Board of New South Wales; Ex-Member of Local Mining Court, Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland; Ex-Min ing Delegate, British Columbia. Author of "The Miners' Handy Book," " Mining Leaseholders' Guide," and " Manual of Miner als." MINING EXPERT. ADVISER ARBITRATOR, And MINING TITLES AGENT 13 & 14 PERTH Ciuu BUILDINGS, HOWIOK STREET, PERTH. Can be consulted personally or by letter on every description of mining business. MB. DEOouRcY BROWNE, having a thorough knowledge of the working of the Mining Laws and their adminis tration in the Departments, clients may rely on their business being faith fully and properly transacted at a moderate -charge. References all over the colonies. T? E WEST AUSTRALIAN VENTURE SYNDICATE, LIMITED. LONDON BOARD : W. L...

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BRUTAL MURDER. SYDNEY, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 30 April 1896

BRUTAL MURDER. [BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, April 26. Early this morning a middle-aged woman named Julia Love was killed at the Camdenville Hotel, River-road, by having her skull fractured with a blow from an axe. She was employed as a domestic servant at thu hotel, and at a quarter to 6 o'clock James Re~, a lodger at the hotel, heard a disturbance in the oack yard. Looking out of his window he saw a man running down the lane. The pt oprietor of the hotel, Mr Durveen, taking a revolver, went down to investigate, and found the woman Love lying on the ground with blood flowing from a wound ab eve the e.'r. Near by was an axe, which was evidently used to inflict the wound. The woman was still living, and was taken to tl:e hospital, but on arrival there she was found to h,- dead. The police examined the yard and found a blotted track for half a mile along the Sogemare-road to some ponds once used for brick making. Possibly the man made his way there to cleanse himself from the traces of his ...

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THE MAYOR ACQUITTED. COOLGARDIE, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 30 April 1896

THE MAYOR ACQUITTED. (BY TELEGRAPH.) COOLGARDIE, April 23. This morning, before Messrs Gugeri and I J. K. Cohn, J.'sP., Albert W. Macdonald, Thomas Cosgrove, and David Mitchell ap peared at the Police Court. Mr Rounsevell appeared for the informant, Mr Haynes (Haynes & Purkiss) appeared for Macdonald, and Mr Vyner for Mitchell and Cosgrove. Mitchell looked worn, and so did Cos. grove. The Mayor, however, just appeared as usual, although he looked very grave; Great interest was manifested in the case, and althcugh the Licensing Court and the ordinary Police Court cases were disposed of first, at 10.15, as a constable in response to the order " Open the court" went to the door his voice was heard "Keep back" as the pressure of the crowd outside against the doors prevented his drawing the bolt. When the dcor was opened the crowd surged in, and in a few seconds the small space reserved for the public was filled. 'The rush more resembled a theatre's "first night" than a court of ...

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Finals. CITY AND SUBURBAN. EAST ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 30 April 1896

Finals. CITY AND SUBURBAN. EAST ADELAIDE. Johann Theodor Scherk* (Liberal), of Adelaide, agent ... ... ... 2157 John Abel McPherson* (L), of Good wood, compositor ... ... ... 2057 Theodore Bruce (N.D.L.), of Hyde Park, auctioneer ... ... ... 1856 Henry Taylor (Single Taxer), of Ade laide. builder ... ... ... ... 397 WEST ADELAIDE. Hon. Charles Cameron Kingston, Q.C* (Premier), of Grote-street, Adelaide, solicitor ... ... ... ... 1776 Egerton Lee Batchelor* (L), of Gil bert-street, Adelaide, engine-fitter... 1772 Joseph Abbott, of Adelaide, gentleman 470 Charles Beer, of Chester-place, Unley, agent (now in lunatic asylum) ... 32 PORT ADELAIDE. Ivor MacGillivray* (L), of Port Ade laide, lobourer ... ... ... 3470 William Oliver Archibald* (L), of Port Adelaide, labourer ... ... 3012 George Feltham Hopkins, of Port Adelaide, builder ... ... ... 2078 William Edward Mattinson (N.D.L.), of Port Adelaide, builder ... ... 1595 NORTH ADELAIDE. Richard Wood* (L.), of North Ade laide, blacksmit...

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COUNTRY. BAROSSA. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 30 April 1896

COUNTRY. BAROSSA. James Hague* (N.D.L.), of Angaston, storekeeper ... ... ... ... 2297 The Hon. Sir John William Downer, K.C.M.G., Q.C.* (N.D.L.), of Ade laide, solicitor ..... . 1549 Edward Pariss Nesbit, Q.C., of Ade laide, barrister ... ... . .. 1240 Ephraim Henry Coombe (Liberal), of Gawler, journalist ... ... ... 1224 BURRA. Frederick William Holder* (Treasurer) of Adelaide, journalist ... ...2086 Charles Rufus Goode (N.D.L.A, of Bundaleer Forest Reserve, James town, grazier, gardener, and dairy man ... ... ... ........1215 William Thomas Rabbich, of Aber deen, Burra, butcher Thomas Pascoe, jun. (N.D.L.). of Terowio, farmer ... ... Thomas Carter, of Jamestown, machinist ... ... ... 1NCOUNTER fLAY. King O'Malley, of Adelaide (Minis terialist), gentleman ... ... 732 W. H. Carpenter (L.), of Hindmarsh, boilermaker ... ... . . ... 673 John Robert Kelly*, of Bald Hills, farmer ... ... ... ... 611 Henry Edward Downer* (N.D.L.), of Adelaide, solicitor ... ... ... 587 Charles Henry Hus...

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TELEGRAPHIC. PERTH, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 30 April 1896

TELEGRAPH IG. PsRTH, April 25. About 40 gentlemen, including mem bers of both Houses of Parliamient, met at the Assembly room yesterday to bid farewell to Mr Geo. Leake, M.P., who is proceeding on a visit to England. The health of the guest was proposed by Sir George Shenton in a felicitlous speech, and replied to in a happy view by Mr Leake. The other toasts were that of " Parliament," coupled with the name of Mr Richardson, Minister for Lands, and the "Chairman." PERTH, April 27. A fatal a.cident occurred at the clearing works of the Railway Work shops, Midland Junction, on Saturday afternoon to a man named Thomas Davis, 65 years of age, who was em ployed on the works. He was walk ing beside a horse and dray with the reins in his hands, when suddenly the horse bolted. Davis clung to the reins, and was dashed against the fence, where he lost his footing, and one of the wheels of the dray went over his thigh. The limb was lr-ken, and other serious injuries were caused. The sufferer ...

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