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SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1896. (Before Mr L. R. Davis, Warden.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896
SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1896. (Before MrtL. R: Davis, Warden.) Delaney v. Scott--Applicition to remove caveat on sale of lease 446. . ,Mr Jodrell for the plaintiff. Mr Pilking. taj for ,the puchasers of the lease. 'ie idotedded to g&nt 'the applic aon tth 'dts. tos wer'j reftis:d':to ,the lr chasers. . A RESIDEND E AREA TROUBLE. H. sRifE EA IEG FURBTHIE ADJOURNiD.. The .Warden said that .a number of ex pensive dwelling houses had been erected on whýt was' believed by the owners to be their roin 'residence areas, but which since had been fouxid to be slightly out of' position in.these cases it would :be only fair for him to grant the blocks already built upon. Mr Pilkington appeared for 50 residence area holders whose applications had beei granted, but were not registered owing to the papers having been lost in the Registrar's oi-?ce.. Subsequently these papers were found by twos and threes in the office. It niemed bobe the practice .to lose everything in the office. When the 'paper...
The West Australian Loan. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896
The West Australian Loan. THE Success that attended the floating of the -balance of the 1894 loan on the London market was no more than was generally expected, considering how high the credit of West Australia stands at present. No one can doubt the bright future in store for the colony with its rapidly increasing population and vast undeveloped resources with which, not alone its reefs and formations, but also its pastoral, agricultural, and forest lands abound. It would certainly be astonishing if the colony were not a favorite field for investment, and that the latest financial venture should have met with other than a satisfactory recep tion. But while allcwing for all the circum stances in its favor, it must be admitted that credit is due to the Premier for his cautiousness in approaching the market. The troubles in the Transvaal, and the big drop that took place some months ago in the value of American securities have had a lowering effect on foreign investments in the estimat...
The Question of Exemptions. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896
The Question of Exemp tions. THERE is perhaps nothing in the ad ministration of the goldfields more difficult to deal with than the qu..stion of exemptions. No one can reasonably deny that in many cases the granting of exemptions is desirable. and to strictly enfore the labor conditions in every instance would be unjust and be a great hardship to the poorer class of lease holders. Cases are common on the field of owners who have struggled man fully perhaps for years under adverse circumstance, but who, after spending a considerable amount of time and money, find that through want of funds or some other reason they are temporarily unable to comply with the labor conditions. A pmchaser at a reasonable price is not always readily obtainable, and it would be very severe on such a man to be compelled, possibly just as he was on the eve of success, to sacrifice all the time, capital, and labor he had expended. Exemptions are supposed to 'provide against such oppressions, but unfortun atel...
THE COURTS. LOCAL COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 6. (Before Messrs L. R. Davis, R.M., R. D. Thompson, and F. Wittenoom, J's.P.) A PARTNERSHIP DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896
THE COURTS. LOCAL COURT. ~-4- WEDNESDAY, MAY 6. (Before Messrs L. R. Davis, R.M., R. D. Thompson, and F. Wittenoom, J's.P.) A PARTNERSHIP DISPUTE. Tucker v. Dux-Claim for £30, money ad vanced in July, 1894. Mr Henning appeared for the plaintiff. The defendant conducted his own case. Herbert Carey Tucker deposed that on July 13, 1895, he entered into a partnership Sin a bakery business with defendant. An agreement was signed at the Black Flag Plaintiff advanced £30 as his proportion of the expense of starting the business at Bardoc. Then they mutually agreed to begin business at Broad Arrow instead. Witness had advanced £50 for the Broad Arrow business, and defendant repaid him £25 as his share. The £30 advanced for the Black Flag business had never been repaid. Had asked defendant for payment of the £30, but had not received the money. The partnership had not been dissolved. Cross-examined by defendant: They sold a horse and cart for £28 10s at Broad Arrow. It was sold to Charles De...
The Opening of the Kalgoorlie Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896
The Opening of the Kal goorlie Railway. On Friday night the fourth meeting of the General Committee of the Railway Opening Demonstration was held at the Australia Hotel. There was a very large attendance. The Chairman of the Reception Committee, Mr R. L. Hairl; presided. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. oORRESPONDENCE. From Messrs Wilkie Bros., stating that they could not fix the date for the opening, but that it would probably be about the end of June. They' would be glad to co-operate with the committee in every way, and would shortly state what financial assistance they would be prepared to give. From the Chamber of Commerce, Cool garlic, promising to co-operate in making the celebration a success. From Mr Skinner, Golden Gate Hotel, Melt-ourne, offering to supply marquees 56ft. x 30ft. at £10 each. Freight' charges and the expenses of a man to accompany the marquees to be paid by the committee. From Bulong Progress Committee, promis ing to assist in m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896
Eannan Utreet, H'agoortie. The Oldest Established Business on the Fields. JV. '. Fimti er Co Wholesale and Retail Grocers, Clothiers, Iron mongers, House Furniishes, Wine, Beer, and Spirit Merchants, and General Importers. Wines, Beer, and Spirits, all the most popular brands in the market, by case or gallon, at lowest prices. PROMPT DISPATCH AND PERSONAL ATTENTION. GOODS DELIVERED DAILY TO ALL THE PRINCIPAL MINES. NOTE OUR MYTfO :-" QUALITY Is THE TEST OF CHEAPNESS." AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS SWAN BREWERY BEER. F. E R a n deZl k CoT DRAPERS, IRONMONGERS,. & PRODUCE MERCHANTS. GOOD ASSORTMENT. LOWEST PRIGE. 1 PROMIP'D" D E RY i roi r r.. . . D. 'T MPSON R.L WELL. I W. OATS . CHAS.. .EESBOROUGH. •. AAMILTON. A. HAR Y. ALFE . .O URT." ' . WHITTINGHAM. . W. STRINGER THOMAS L HAIR, $ocratsy.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896
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Gold Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896
Gold Returns. THErF.E is an improvement in th.' gold output for April as compared with the output for the previous month. During April, 16.772ozs were exported, while during March the amount was 11,084ozs, thus showing an increase of 5,688ozs. There is, however, a decrease of 2,355ozs compared with the returns for April of last year. To a person unacquainted with the facts the reduction of the gold output for this year, as compared with last year, might be considered an un favorable sign as regards the auriferous wealth of West Australia. but the decrease was not more than might have been expected, and may be easily ex plained by the factof the alluvial diggings being to a great extent worked out. The mining at present carried on is mainly development work, and managers are more concerned in procuring and erecting the necessary machinery, sink ing for water, and making re quired shafts and drives than in actually winning the gol: from their mines. It has been conclusively proved tha...
TELEGRAPHIC. WEST AUSTRALIA. PERTH, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896
TELE( RAPHI C. WEST AUSTRALIA. PERTH,MJ.12..... Mr Fowler's report on the Dandalap goldfield las beern publishe:d. Et is- on sidered to be most inconclusive, and gives unnecessary details of the visit to the spot. There are no comments upon the reQalts, and much dissatisfaction is expressed, the general opinion being that the report is a poor one. Hitherto no police have been stationed in the Niagara district, which was con trolled from Menzies. The Commis sioner of Police decided recently to establish a police station there, and three constables with camels and full equnip ment left Coolgardie for Niagara for that purpose on Sunday. The station will be under the charge of First-Class Constable Stone. An additional constable will be also permanently stationed at Kanowna.
CYCLING INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896
CYCLING INCIDENTS. From America comes the information that on the 3rd March at Coronado Beach, Cali fornia, W. W. Hamilton, paced by a quad and a quint. cut the world's record for one mile, flying .tart, to 1mini S 15th sec. A venturesome French cyclist lately dis tinguished himself by entering acage of lions at a circus, and whilst the trainci kept them engaged the wheelman rode round the animals, none of which made any attempt to attack him. The London Daily Te~lgraph relates a cycling incident said to have taken place in Paris. A policeman was driving furiously along a boulevard in the effort to capture a mad dog before the animal should bite anyone. A cyclist, seeing the gendarme was being distanced, borrowed his sabre, mounted a bicycle, and dashed after the animal, which he adroitlyran through the body in truelaneer fashion. The cyclist's action was warmly cheered by the crowd that gathered-as soon as it was seen that the dog was incapable of mischief. A queer race was run in ...
Goldfields' Requirements. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896
Goldfields' Requirements. At a meeting of the Coolgardie 'Chamber of Commerce a petition submitted by the Mining Laws Committee was read by Mr McCann, vice-president, as under: " To the Honorable the Minister of Mines, Perth. "(1) Alleviation of Labor Conditions. That the number of men employed on gold mining leases, to keep the said leases effdc tively and continuously worked according to the Act 59 Victoria, No. 40, See. 45, shall be the employment of one man for every six acres, or fraction thereof oontained in the area applied to lease. The aforesaid labor to be employed from the date of the recom mendation to the applicant of the lease by the Warden. "(2) Forfeiture of Leases.-That forfei ture of leases may be recommended as pro vided for in Act Victoria 59, No. 40, Sec. 45, in the event of the foregoinglabor conditions being not fulfilled for a period of seven days. But that the lessee shall have the option of, instead of forfeiting the said lease, paying a fine not exceeding ...
Demise of Mr W. Steer. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896
Demise of Mr W. Steer. Great surprise and regret was felt when it became known that Mr W. Steer, an old and respected resident of the district, had died at his residence, near Wallaroo, on Wed nesday last. He had been suffering from pluerisy and had only been laid up for about. a fortnight. He was a hale and hearty man, and for a number of years carried on the business of a butcher near Wallaroo. Of late years, however, he had been farming. He leaves a wife and family of seven chil dren, who have the heartfelt sympathy bf a large circle of friends. The remains were interred in the Wallaroo cemetery on Thurs day.
MINING. GREAT BOULDER CRUSHING. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896
MINING. GREAT BOULDER CRUSHING. The Great Bouldelcr return for the past fortnight's crushings was as follows :-Stone treated, 890 tons; yielding 2962oz of smelted gold. The accompanying table gives the returns of the Great Boulder since the commencement of catshing : GREAT BOULDER. Date. Tons. Ounces. Average. April 10 to os dwt gr Dec. 81... 4,291 26,663 6 4 6 Jan to Mar 1,575 7,075 4 9 20 April ... 1,471 4,988 S 7 21 ay 12 ... 890 2,962 3 6 1. Total ... 8,227 41,488 5 1 8) Gold avoirdlupois-l ton 5cwt lqr 131b 2oz.
ACCEPTANCES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896
ACCEPTANCES. [BY TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY, May 11. The following are the acceptances for the ROYAL STAKES. Attachment Albacore Inspiration Vivian Response Newcastle Leonidas Collarette Sadur Glendenon Pharmond Patrona Buret Thespian Cravats Alli Milkmaid Earl Rosebery Eureka Deposed Honiton Pense Amoi Undiwi The Captain Ariki Paul Pry BIRTHDAY CUP. Kallatina The Trier True Blue Ruenalf. Acmena Patroness Albacore Valiant Hindoo Royal Rose Newcastle Oxide Response Leonidas Cravat Gaulus Thespian Honor Bright Loch Leigh Caunneuroca Form Dalineny Cradle Scotch Lassie Wahine The Captain Auratives
COOLGARDIE NEWS. COOLGARDIE, May 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896
COOLGA?.DIE NEWS. [?ROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [BY TELEGRAPH.] COOLGARDIE, May 6. It is expected that the telegraph line be tween Coolgardie and Dundas will be com pleted as far as the Norseman by to-day. Public communication with the latter town will immediately be established. The death took place at the Hospital yes terday of James Alfred Roberts. who at one time held a prominent position in the financial circles of Melbourne, and was re puted to be worth £100,000. Latterly he had been camping in a tent adjacent to the Hospital, and had been ill for some time. When taken to the institution yesterday he was in a dying condition, and did not survive long after admission. The committee of the Electoral Regis tration League met at Cr. M'Kenzie's office last evenimg, when there was a fair atten dance. The secretary, Mr F. C. B. Vosper, gave an exhaustive viva oce report, in which he explained what he had done while in Perth. He also explained that the Premier had promised that a Bill...
FOOTBALL. ADELAIDE, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 14 May 1896
FOOTBALL. (BY TELEGRAPH.) ADELAIDE, May 10. Following are the results of the Premier Football Matches on Saturday: South Adelaide beat North Adelaide by 11 goals 15 behinds to 3 goals I behind. Norwoods beat Natives by 6 goals 12 behinds to 1 behind. MELBOURNE, May 10. Saturday afternoon was very windy ifor football, making the play very difficult. The Premiership matches. were well attended. Results are as follows: South Melbourne 5 goals 5 behinds, against North Melbourne 4 goals . behinds. Esseudon 10 goals 17 behinds, against Carlton 7 behinds. St. Kilda l `goals 11 behinds, against Fitzroy 2 goals 14 behinds. Melbourne 6 goals 7 behinds against Foot scray 2 goals 8 behinds. Collingwood 8 goals 12 behinds, against Richmond 1 behind. Port Melbourne 3 goals 2 behiuds, against Williamstown 3 goals 1 behind.