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NEW SOUTH WALES. SHOT BY ACCIDENT. SYDNEY, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 13 February 1896

NEW SOUTH WALES. SHOT BY ACCIDENT. SYDNEY, February 10. News has been received that the dead body of a lad named Norman Pateman, who was reported to be lost at Blackwall on the Hawkesbury River a fortnight ago, was found by some children half a mile from the post office at Blackwall. The body was much decomposed. Pateman evi- dently shot himself by accident, as the top of his head was blown off. Black   trackers with police search parties had been scouring the country ever since the boy was missed.

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
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CRICKET. THE TEAM TO MEET THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. SYDNEY, February 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

CRICKET. THRE TEAM TO MEET THE AUSTR'A LIAN ELEVEN. (BY TELEGRIAPH.) SYDNEY. Feblncytv 18. A meet inj has been held oif the New South Wales Cricket Association. The treasurer's report showed thlat there was a credit balance of £90I5. MIr D)avis moved that a selection com1 mittee of three he alplointxed to select the Austrtlima team to ,meet the Australian Eleven in Sydney in March. Mr J. S. Hard nmoved an a: mclment that the selce tiou commiittee consist olf one delegate each from New South Wales. Victoria. and South Australia. The am.b dnmllent was carried. Mir L. G. Abrahlmns proceeded to move a serics of resolutions of which he had given notice, providing for the withdrawal of the assoiation froml the Australian Cricket Council. The chanirman ruled the motions out of order. , This ruling was eissentted from. Then as considerable difficulty wms foumnt in getting at fresh chairman the meet injg adjourn'ed tfu a week. Percy McDononell has stated his willing ness nl , take pa1t in th...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
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Share Market. TUESDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) ADELAIDE, February 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

Share Market. 1L'TUESNAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET, (nW URoENT WIRE.) ADELAIDE', February 18. D rent Boulders, 96 7s (id Coolgaliie, 41s 3d, cum rights Crozsus Extended, Is Id Jlaumna's Rewacrd North, .s 2d anna.n's E urekau, 2s 41 Premier South, is Gd Lake View. 39s Tindals, b, ts Gd Ivanhoe South Extended, 2s 8d. 2s 9d Block 45, 13s ld, 13s 4jd Maritana Central, 2a 8d, 2s 9d Brown Hill Junction, buyer 48 ld, ts 4d Rose and Shamrock, 3s, Ss Id Boulder North Extended, 2s 8d Hlannan's Central, pd, 12s (id, 13s

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
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COOLGARDIE NEWS. COOLGARDIE, Feb. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

COOLGARDIE NEWS. [BY TE.LEGBAPH.J CooLr,Amh,, Feb. 1. The second cleaning up took place at the Premier mine on Saturday, with a result of i G6oz from 75 tons of stone. Owing to the scarcity of water there is a hlarger percentage in the tailings. thin if witter were plentiful. Thie Wealth of Nations is opening out well as depth is attained. :-1.hle erection of nmachitiery will be proceeded with inuediately. Exceptiomdnly ,rich stone has been struck in the North Wealth of Nations in it costienil .olithe surfa?e. The railway will be rpeneld for as senger traffic to llullabullin?g to morrow. This section brings the tl*iii to within t1 miles of Coolgardie. Norman 3M. Swan, aged S0,. a?ative of Inverness, Scotliandl, died: froina typhoid in the hospital yesterdar.. ` " The Ciamber of It' Ies is det'ernljetl not to accept the IIIister's readiny ot " Clauise 11, and is sending i)r. Sifnoli, Cr. M'Kenzie, and Messirs iellniing and Sincair as at deputation to wait. ont the Premlier on the sub...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
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Telegraphic. PERTH, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

Telegraphic. PERlTH, February 17. On Saturday morning a collision occurred between a goods and ballast train on the new deviation on the Eastern railway. The goods train was travelling over the deviation, but before it had cleared the section at Lion Mills the ballast train, which was following, overtook the goods train, and a slight collision was the result. Comparatively little damage was done. The accident was due to an error on the part of the signalman. The driver of the ballast train should have been signalled to take the train ogr the old line. Fall details of the atideat have not yet been received. On Friday afternoon a woman named Norah Whelan died very suddenly at the Occidental Hotel. She was sitting out on the verandah of the hotel enjoying a cool sea breeze just coming on when she suddenly fell off her chair. Two or three other persons were on the verandah at the time and picked her up, when it was found that she was dead. A post mortem examination on the body of the wo...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

THE W ESTERN ARGUS A'D taigoorlm mUnoer Office:. I ANNAN'S STREET '(Adjoiniag Exchange Buildings.) IN KS (STsnRIx's, ANTONIE's, and Federal) Blue, Black, -Red, Violet, and Copying at'Prices from 8d upwards BOOKS Parcels arrive direct from London by every mail latest publications on sale S NEWSrAPEr: S j?sjpaper- from all parts are on sate at the Aneus Office :?torekeepers and sub-agents supplied at wholesale rates C GAS1 BOXES A splendid assortment, with strong 'looks ; all sizes * STATIONERY ifOf every description in the best quality and at Lowest Prices Gold Mining Companies' requirmenats .a speciality. JOB PRINTIING of every, description executed neatly -cheaply, and expeditiously VICTORIA CROSS GOLD IXING COI-P.ANY, 'No Liability. -.1E COMPANIES ACT, 1893. .'To+the Fafamr ' Coi aniea . N'otiee is heeby given tmhat thie Office ci: t ·Ieff business of the above Company is t eiati Semarphore Chambers, Hamnnans ,aorlie, where all legal proceedings #"o'serPrled unpon, and all notices...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
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THE WAR IN ABYSSINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

THE WAR IN ABY3SIN.IA. The incapacity of the Italian Commander enabled the Druses to` ambush and destroy a division of the Italian army, which has nearly created a mutiny amongst the troops. The price of Bradford tops is quite unchanged. Wheat is Gd cheaper. Mr Appleton has ordered the con struction of a new steamer at Sunder land for Messrs Huddatrd, Parker, and Co. The vessel must be completed by August. Madame Besson, who recently eloped from her husband, and was- charged with stealing £35,000 worth of bonds, has been acquitted. The Post Office is open for general busi ness daily between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. On Wednesdays and Saturdays from 7 to 8 o'clock p.m. for the delivery o. letters and newspapers only. Town Delivery.--)elivery by letter car rier daily at 9.30 a.m., 2.30 p.m., and a p.m. Great Boulder Delivery.-A daily de livery by cycle letter carrier is made to the Great Bouldei, Lake View. Ivanhoe, and the various mines en route, leaving the post office at 4 p.m...

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Death of Mr. C. Lamplough. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

Death of M;. C. LaJnplLugh. The announceioent of the deat?th of Mr. Charles Lamplough, which took place at the Hospital at noon on Satuntlay, though .not ituexpectedi. was received with the deepest expressions of regret by oil who knew himn The deceased, who was 24 vyears.of age, wai? all operator in the Kalgoorlie toelemaphoffice and with all the oltfeire of the departimn n hle was a general favorite. wlJlst w4tw those, of the general public cvlitl whom 'he +cqinenii contact, he was much esteemedL M~. Iamp lough was a native of Victoria,. being Wli6n at Clunes, but he resided with his parents,.who are still living, atCharltoil, for oera es ;i , About six months ago-he reeeived ias api?lnts ment iu the W.A. Service, and shortlyatter wards.came to Kalgoorlie.. Heenjoyed.gonod health u.util about a fortnight ,ago, w!hen hvla was attacked with dysentery. On the .;4th inst. he was admitted to the hospital. biit it wasevide?tthat his illness wasasee?i?s and astl1h etd. of last week direi...

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Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

Items of News. Mr Moran. M.I.,A.. has intinlated thatl he will return t tthe colony il abonu a fortnight. A branch of the Western. Australian Batnk has lbeen opened at; Mountl Magnet under the t3emporary mnlagement of Mr It. S. Forbes. The friends of Mr John A. F. G regory, of -oowlgardie, will be sorry to leant tllt he is sufferinlg .fronI typhoid in the Coolgardic !o.spital. IMr H. C. Cranston, nutnager of the '" West Australian," Perth. paid a flying visit to Kalgoorlie in the interests of that journal lnst; week. During the last: quarter of 1895. West An~ tralian companies to the number of ]I5 hanve been floated in London with in aggregate caipital.of £1 5.5;2,200. Meetings of the Bulong Proprietary Gold Skines and the Kalgurli oldd Mining anid Prospecting Syndicate will be held at the Australia Hotel to-night. E. Tobifn. J. Ca llaghan, andul I'. Tracey were on Modaiy brought 5efore Mr Davis, 1.M.. charged with l:eingl drunk on Sunday. A fine of as was inflictedl in enfi base. O...

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

Sporting Notes. Isinglass starts his stud career at the enormous fee of 200 guineas. The S.A.J.C. are going to erect: an extrn stand in the half-crown portion of the groutnds at M3orphettrille. The stand will accommodate 5000 lpeople. Tom Brodie, a (Gobur (Vi?.) selector, has challenged Bullock, the champion rough rider, to ride a buckjunmping horse with a hunting saddle or barebackedl. The St Patrick's Sports programme is a fairly liberal one, and should induce good entries. The alnounlt of the firnt prise in the handicap is not large for the goldfiehls, bulit it is, perhaps, just as well in the interests of sport that, it is not. Where big money is given outsiders with what--after the handi caps are out-appear very peculiar records generally mop up all the good things. With local competitors this kind of thing is not likely to occur. It wouhl he as well to re duce the distance: in the five mile bicycle race. The track is lumtly in a fit state for such a distance. A somewhat unusun...

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Kalgoorlie or Hannan's. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

Kalgoorlie or Hannan's. NoTrice of motion was given at a recent meeting of the Municipal Council by the Mayor to have the name of Kalgoorlic changed back to Hannan's, Juliet, in Shakespeare's play. asks What's in a name . That which we call a rose. By any other name would smell as sweet. This may be true as far as it applies It the rose, but according tC Mr Wilson's I ideas, it is not applicable to mining towns. One of the arguments used by him in advocacy of the alteration, is that confusion exists in the minds of the public of the other colonies between the names of Kalgoorlie and Coolgardie. The reputation acquired under the old t*e of Hanuan's should not, he further considers, be lost to the town. A mis take was undoubtedly made in changing the nanne of the town originally, but would it be wise of the Council, to make another alteration now ? The Press of England and the colcnies invariably refer to the town as Kalgoorlie, and although the designation may not be as familiar as t...

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LATEST WIRES. Cables. LONDON, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

LATEST WIRES. Cables. ---4c--- LONDON, February 17. The insurgents of Cuba are now try ing to evade the Spanish Generals who have joined their forces, and are en deavoring to engage them in a decisive battle. The rebel leaders prefer to continue the system of Guerilla war fare which they hlave pursued so far with considerabler success, as it has proved most harrassing to the Spanish forces. In connection with the revolt at Seoul, the capital of Corea, several Ministers have been sentenced to death. The Mikado has suspended the sittings of the Japanese Diet. Some members when discussing the political situation in the Corea expressed the opinion that Russia is contemplating the establishment of a protectorate over the Corea. The new Corean Ministry are pro nounced to be hostile to Japan. The French Senate have expressed regret at the conduct of M. Rickard, the Minister of Justice, with regard to the Southern Railway scandals. The Premier, referring in the Chamber of Deputies to the in...

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Dr Jameson's Raid. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

Dr Jameson's Raid. (FRPo LATE SOUTH AFRICAN PAPERS.) On December 31 the first news cuine of the invasion of the Transvaal by IDr Jameson.. His force cosistedl of 701) men. well armed and mounted, having 12 Maxim-i and three Nor.lenfeldts. They set out for Johannaesherg, which they hoped to reach by New Year's Day. The news was received in Johanncsbcrg with delight by some, with awe and fear by others. The lie form Committee formed: itself into a pro visional Government and the town was virtually in a state of open insurrection. A fully armed force of 10,000 men w:as organised, including a large number of cavalry. A relief fund was opened ii) aid of those who might suffer from the movement.. and the following amounts were immediately subscribed : - Consolidated gold fields. £15,000 ; H. Eckstein and Co., Gco. Fjirrar. S. Neumann and Co., and Barnato Bros., £10,000 each ; Lionel Phillips, Lace and Thompson, and Abe Bailey, £5,100) each: Linghamn Timber Syndicate, £1,060. The Reform Co...

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The Salisbury Government and Home Rule. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

The Salisbury Government and Home Rule. kA rnw days ago Mr Gerald Balfour, the Chief Secretary for Ireland, an nounced in the House of Commons that the attitude of the Government regard ing Home Rule contilnued to be one of unchanging opposition. Some years ago this a ionuncenent would hare ra sed a storm of indignation, not alone from Irish Nationalists, but from the nmijority of the people of England. HIome Rule was then a burning ques tion. The last Liberal Government were returned with a mandate to extend autonomy to Ireland, and the Home Rule Bill that was introduced by them was carried through the House of Comnlons by a large majority, but its rejection by the House of Lords cinrerted the conflict into an attack by Lord Rnseber aindl his followers on the Upper Chamber. Other important Bill: that were rejected by the Lords further aggravated the ma.jority of their oppo nents, I :t they at the samne time tended to divert public ttel:tion from the Irish question. A large section ...

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The Transfer Regulations. PERTH, February 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

The Transfer kegulations. [By TELEGRAPM.] PERTH, February 1.4. In replying to a petition with re gard to clause 11, addressed to the Pre mier by the Coolgardie Chamber cf Mines, it is understood that the Minister for Mines, to whom the petition was re, ferred, is to-day forwarding a letter to the Chamber saying that the GoCvers: merit see no grounds for altering tle decision already arrived at in conuectic r. with the reading of the Act. Robbery From a Law Court. A SAFE REMOVED. [liv 'TELEGRAPH. lPERTtH, February 1.6. On Saturday morning about nine o'clock Corporal Duncan's attention was called t, an iron safe which was lying in a hole on a reserve on which a D)rill Hall is being built, 150 yards from the Shearer Memorial Hall. A casual glance around showed that a robbery had been perpetrated. The door of the safe had been wrenched open with a crowbar. A 2ft punch which was found lying near by hadu evidently been used in opening the safe. All the con tents halu not been taken away f...

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Black Flag. February 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

Black Flag. (mioM OUR OWN OORREsrBPOQ EUNT. Februarl.y . The weatllh has belltterrihly thot ?*bor~tbe lint r evei _week,,varsw iug fromi aibout9:& " to Iltdeg "in the x ade. On Wediil evening Inst we 'i?td a.slght slhower,'-i ih;t was not sufficient to coot the atmosp liýe: ttucth. All the mines around here ae. . s waoir!dng; and I believe some will start cruhgb;d.g shortly. Altogether things are begiilitig s-o o look very lively. A progress committee has been forineti o it 11 members, with the leading townismen a:t its head. We hope they .will ittlend- to matters which should have been -attuended. to long lbgo, espe4nially the sanitary aiitl?igtm I would like to lay .before Iboth the plro gross contlmitbe" and the peopleof lt:? riorl the stl:ate of the rota between here aniti ail goorlie. 'Traveller.s between here indJi ??t goorlie at present have to go rowtadtt by ithe Arrow lake, ta distance of about I32 itd4s whereas if ait line were cleared betLween itihe1rto anil Kalgo...

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New Find. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

New Find. A new liml is reported from beyondl Mout Robinson. Sonie splendid specimeins quarts an:d 3gold were brought in oni Thu day evening, n.nd on Fridaty morning th was a perfect stampelde for the scene of find. Men left. their situations in svel instances for the scene of the new rush a certainly the specimens justified the exci ment. They more closely resembled quartz and gold slugs from the Wealth Nations than anything see for mont Being situated 1ii miles south it is almost tain that the new find is in the vicinity the Hmnptonl Plains, but it is uuderat tlhat in the event of the discovery being the leased land it will be possible to s?e, G(overnment leases for any claims pegged the men who have gone out.

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PERTH STOCK EXCHANGE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) PERTH, February 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

PERTH STOCK EXCIANGEi. (BY TELEGRAPH.) PERTH. February 18. Wres-t Australian gold shares were rather cuiet to-day, and prices are without mlaterial alteration. Sales: Bank of England, con is 104 Boulder Nordl Extended, 2s 7d Boulder Consols No. 1, Is id.. is 44. Ilo.!lder C(orasolidtlted, Is 3d Black Prince, Is 2d Birow Hill Junction. 4s ]41d Block }i. LBs 3d Croesus. 12s Croesus Proprietary, ls 5d Fortune of War. Is 7~iL Golkenl Queen, is 3d louhlers, £6 2s (d1, £6 Ss lHanman'e Centztl, con 12s, 13s 3d. Hianan's Itewanl North, Ss 3L1 Hanian's Eureka, 2s Gl. Hanlan's Central Exteudedi s 3 L Hiannaus Eaist, 2s IHannan's Premier, 2s 6d Ivanhoe South Extended,. 2s od Kirkpatrick Mount Benson, is 11d Lady Mary South, Is 44 Lonlonderry Consols, ]Is 23iI Mount Charlotte East, Is 91d Mount Charlotte Central, 9td Maritana Extendled, 2s 4h ; No. 2, Great Nonreman, Is 3d Premier eouth. Is idi Reefers Trident, ls 3d Hose and Slnmmroek, 3s 1d Royal Dane, cml is 2d Reefer's Eureka, con ls 8lId. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

9-4 ,,,. --ik PIIROPRIETORS I I "THE KALGOORLIE MINER" AND "WESTERN ARGUS," IAW .AN S'T.UT, LGOORLI SThe only Newspapers Printed on the East Coolgardie Goldfields. r JOB PRINTING 0, O)" Splendid Job Printing anid Bookbinding Plant enables us to to turn out work superior to anything previously attempted in tlh Colony. S• ?MI NING woRK AND SCRIPT A S R IALITY.?. A LA RGE STOCK OF AL T AA " 8 J. . ITOR D.0 .IIIInmiII 18m uiiiiiI n mnIImImImmirlumaIIIImiummugmuI llullni 8 m nIIIHiumImmm, I H mISgI, ,1

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LOCAL SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

LOCAL SHiARE MARKEET. Linton & Saunders evening C1:en Cill report : Stock Buy. Sell Sales Boulder CUonsols, No. 1 II/ 1,11 1/9 JIrown Hill Junction 3110 4/2 .. Crre.sus .... ... 12?i; 1:431 . Hnunan'.-: Wenlth ... 111 1: 1/' 1Haninai s It's . N. co /3 : 9 . anan's Eureka... 2/9 2 ... Hlannlatn's Consolidated No 1. pro ... .. 3/4 4/C ..ý ]lanuan:'s Cdu?olidated No 3, col ..... 1 9 2S ... Qucculshlnd Develop. 3/4. 413 ... I vanbhoc outh Exsul 31o li)l :/, Ivanhoe Junctions ... ](; 1i8 i1/; Maritana, po ...... 20 ... Mcritana, con ... 14(9 10 ... Maritana?Exttended... 217 218 )17 Reefers Eureka ... U/ 110 ... Qu'nsl'd Menzics, con 12/0 14/ lose and Shiur'k.cont 3, il3/; 3/3 L'o. pro ... ItRO ... Railway Ventures ... /ti0 4/6 ... 'Thistles . ... 20 2 ... W'entworth, cal .... / (110 ... Boulder North Ex.... 218 2106 Cracnus 1?ropjlietry 1/7 1/ 9 ' Golden Zone, col! ... 7/ ... . ]{al1uu1s Vie. Cross :;t) '0 .;

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