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MINING. Mining News. HANNAN'S REWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 21 May 1896
MINING. Dining News. (BY OUR MINING REPORTER.) HANNAN'S REWARD. Rumors have been current for some days that the lode at the 200ft. level was being appronchced if it had not Iccn nlready struck. and on Monday evening the lode was broken into in the east crosscut. So far, the forma tion has been penetrated for only three or four feet, ani as yet a great Ideal is not known about its value. Still the ore is of fair grade, and contains something like an ounce and a half per ton. The 300ft. cross cut has not yet got into the reef, the country being very hard. The same class of rock was met with in drivinu at the 200ft. level, but the worlking followed a quartz leader, and this facilitated work a little. In a few weeks the lode will be struck at the lower level, and it is probable that a big influx of water will be met with at the same time.
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 21 May 1896
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, May 17. A petition was lately forwarded to President Kruger from the Reformers recently sentenced for treason asking him to impose additional fines instead of exile from the Transvaal. The Presi dent is reported to be disposed to accede to the prayer of the petitioners. Six thousand of the Matabele are reported to be assembled between Shanghai and Indiena. Mr Cecil Rhodes states that if he is able with the force at his command to form a junction with Captain Napier's troops the rebel-' lion will be at once broken. Immense preparations are in progress in Moscow for the approaching corona tion (f the Czar of Russia. Thirty foreign Royalties will be present. The coronation will cost fifty million roubles, and will be made the occasion of an exceedingly brilliant pageant. On Tuesday the Emperor will enter the city in triumph, and later in the day his Majesty will be crowned in the Kremlin in the presence of a brilliant assemblage. It is repolted that as a mark of fav...
Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 21 May 1896
Mining Notes, The White Feather Reward crushing of 260 tons for 5750z. is slightly better than the prediction that this would turn out a 2oz. mine, the above result being at the rate of 2oz, 4dwt. Sgr. per ton. This company has now crushed 1,163 tons for 2,545oz., an average of 2oz. Sdwt. 18gr. per ton. The result of the Lady Loch crushing at Cooleardie, which has been promised for some time, and which has been rumored to be good or bad at least half a dozen timesby those who ought to know, has at lastbeen made public, and it is pleasing to find that the result has been excellent, namely, 892oz from 200 tons. The tailings contain 6dwt to the ton, and the blanketings have yet to be treated. The crushing returns of the Hill End mine, in the North-East Coolgardie gold field, have been sufficiently high to attract considerable attention. On one occasion in April of last year--85 tons actually gave an average of 28joz per ton, while the average of the steady crushiugs during 11 months to...
A WATER SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 21 May 1896
A WATER SCHEME. Messrs T. S. Horn, W. R. Wilson, and C. Horn left late on Tuesday evening for Perth en route for the eastern colonies. Mr W. Jamieson and Mr Campbell-Johnson will leave to-day. During their stay on the fields the party have journeyed 800 miles by road, and have seen a great deal of the country. One of the objects of their visit was to inspect an immense water course much larger than Stephens Creek with a view to supplying the fields with water. This creek, which is situated about 60 miles north of Menzies, has an enormous catch ment area, and has already run 6ft deep twice this year. The country is a good well grassed land in which fresh water abounds, while thecreek is an immense expanse of clean sand and gravel. It is estimated that for from £400,000 to £800,000 the creek can be dammed and all the centres of the fields supplied with fresh water. By pumping the water on to a hill close by which rises 150ft above the bed of the watercourse, a fall of 450ft to Kalgoor...
VICTORIA. AN IMPERIAL FEDERATION MEETING. ADDRESS BY MR LOWLES, M.P. MELBOURNE, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 21 May 1896
VICTORIA. AN IMPERIAL FEDERATION MEETING. ADDRESS BY MR LOWLES, M.P. MKLBOURNE, May 19. The Town Hall was crowded last evening when Mr J. Lowles, a promi next member of the British House of Commons and of the United Trade League, delivered an address or, " Imperial Federation on a Commercial Basis." The meeting was presided over by Mr Justice Holroyd. and a number of prominent citizens were on the platform. Mr Lowles said that men like himself and others largely identified with trade, and having the interests of thousands of workers at heart in England, felt that the only means of consolidating the Empire lay in effecting be tween, its constituents the stonger ties of the pocket. He presented statistics of trade, which showed vast foreign importations last year to Aus tralia. He said Imperial Federation 1 on a commercial basis would mean an increase in the annual exports of Great Britain from 31,000,000 to 94,000,000. There would have to be a British Zollverein, wherein British peop...
CITY OF MELBOURNE BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 21 May 1896
CITY OF MELBOURNE BANK. The deposition of Mr Robertson. manager of the City of Melborl"ne B&nk, was read to him to-day. Juuge Moleswo'th asked him if he did not thinkL it I,'s duty to have informed t e directors that the late manager (Mr Longmair) had overdrawn his account to the extent of £7500. Witness re plied that the total amount of his over draft was under £20,000, and the directors knew of that. Witness knew that a number of sharestwere put in the names of officers of the bank. The directors knew- of it themselves. it was done for the convenience of the bank.
THE JORDAN DIVORCE CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 21 May 1896
THE JORDAN DIVORCE 04SE DISMISSED. The petition of Mrs Jordan in the divorce suit was dismissed by Mr Hodges to-day. His Honor. in delivering judgment, said it was alleged that tlhe respondent suffered from a certain disease, which it was suggested coul-i only have come from an adulterous act. That alleg ation had altogether broken down. There was no doubt whatever that the respondent did not have that disease. It was alleged that the respondent committed adultery with Lily Caldwell, but he had no materials before hlim on which he would be justified in brand. ing Lily Caldwell and her sister with infamy. The respondent's conduct was certainly strange, and the girl foolishly and improperly started her letters to him with "Dear Hugh," but improper as it was he did not think he should infer adultery from that. The charge of cruelty was tremendously exaggera ted, and the petition must be dis m.issed. The Lancefield incidents were, .bowever, suspicious, and the petitioner's proctor would...
A WIDOW'S CLAIM FOR DAMAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 21 May 1896
A WIDOW'S CLAIM FOR DAMAGES. The action by Mrs Sarah Payne, a widow, against the Victorian Railway Oommissione:s was concluded to-day. The plaintiff claimed £2,C00 damages as executrix of thC: late William Payne, a cab driver, who was killed near the Mathoura Road Crossing on the night of July 13 last. Payne was crossing the line when he was run over,and the plain tiff submitted the accident was due to the defendants having the crossing un locked and unlighted, and in a dangerous condition generally. The defendants pleaded that the death of the deceased was caused by his own negligence. The jury found for the defendants, and judgment was entered accordingly with costs.
RICH DISCOVERY IN A MARYBOROUGH MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 21 May 1896
1ICH DISOOVERY IN A MAR Y BOROUGH MINE. Last evening, in the stopes at the 300ft level in Sharp and Barry;s Amalgamated mine, Leviathan Reef, Maryborough, a veritable jeweller's shop was discovered. A candle-box of specimens was brought into Mary borough, and is estimated to contain 100oz. of gold ; in fact, it is more gold than quartz. The Sharpe and Barry company though a no-liability one has never had its shares on the market, the original holders retaining them. The mine has been worked down from the surface to 360ft, where the drives are now being opened out. The mine has been very successful, the gold taken out since the discovery of the reef in 1890 being valued at £90,000. Another rich discovery was made laot week in Hasting Brothers' claim on the same line, when a dishful of rubble of the reef yielded 2ozs. In Sharpe's mine two loads crushed went nearly 9ozs. Other parties and com panies have a good prospect on this line of reef.
THE SOUTH MELBOURNE ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 21 May 1896
TH? SOUITH MELBOURNE ELECTORATE. Six nominations have been received for the South Melbourne electorate in the Assembly. The following are the candidates :-Pamnel, mayor of Fitz roy, Benjamin Tucker, of South Mel bourne, H. H. Champion, of South Yarra, Henry Daylaish, of Melbourne, Wm. Hall Owen, of South Melbourne, and Thomas Ben, of Brighton.
The Kalgoorlie Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 21 May 1896
The Kalgoorlie Church of England. A meeting of adherents of the Church of England, convened for the purpose of dis cussing the advisability of at once erecting a church building, was held in Quigley's Hall on Friday night. There was a large and repre sentative attendance. Mr Nethercott was voted to the chair. The Chairman apologised for the absence of the Rev. E. M. Collick, who was to have pre sided, but who had been unavoidably detained in Coolgardie. Mr Collick wished the meet ing to select a committee to proceed with the erection of a building, and he promised to visit Kalgoorlie next week. Mr T. W Wilkinson reported that there was about £250 available for building pur poses. He had received word from the Diocesan Secretary, Rev D. J. Garland, that there was £98 in hand from rent of land which would be forwarded to the committee as soon as the plans of the proposed building were approved of by the trustees of the diocese. The Chairman said that there was no diffi culty in at onc...
TELEGRAPHIC. PERTH, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 21 May 1896
TELE GRAPHIC. PERTH, May 18. The tGovernment have decided to send an expert on cattle tick to in vestigate the report that tick has been discovered in the Kimberley district. They have also decided to remove the provisions of dipping imposed on sheep coming from the northern portions of the colony. The Chief Inspector of Stock reports that the colony is now free of scab in sheep. The Commissioner of Crown Lands yesterday expressed opinions on the reported laxity in the administration of the stock regulations at the port of Fremantle. He said there was laxity in the direction of not dipl'ing fat sheep. arriving from cther colonies There had been an outcry that the re gu lations were somewhat harsh, ar.d that the Government were only enforcinzr them for the purpose of raising the price of meat. Mr Richnrd son pointed out that this view was entirely erroneous. The Government wanted to protect the flocks of the colony, but at the same time he did not wish to put importers tc any useless...
CABLEGRAMS. THE TRANSVAAL TROUBLES. LONDON, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 21 May 1896
CABLEG RAM S. THE TRANSVAAL TROUBLES. LoNDoN, May 13. In a press interview, President Kruger expressed astonishment at the official defence of Mr Cecil Rhodes made in the House of Commons by Mr Cham berlain, and remarked that had he been present at the debate he could easily have floored the speaker. He characterised the stories of the Transvaal intrigues with Germany as being mere soap bubbles, and said that it was impossible that any right-thinking person, or self respecting power could defend the plot which led up to Dr Jameson's raid. There was no doubt in his mind that there would be no peace in South Africa until the conspirators were punished. It is reported that a portion of the Chartered Company's shareholders con template suing Mr Alfred Beit, one of the directors of the company, for aiding and abetting the invasion by Dr Jameson, and also Messrs White, Deny, and Rhodes, who are said to have tele graphed a . vising the march to the Rand. Mr Boersehoten, a member of the Tra...
THURSDAY, MAY 14. (Before Mr L. R. Davies, Warden.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 21 May 1896
THURSDAY, MAY 14. (Before Mr L. R. Davies, Warden.) Lyons v. Davies and another.-Applica tion for forfeiture of lease 1121. Mr Jcdrell for the plaintiff, Mr Sinclair for the defen dant. Samuel Lyons deposed that the lease was situated about Ij miles from Kalgoorlie, on the Broad Arrow Road. He was on the lease on April 22nd, 23rd and 24th April during working hours. No one was working there on the 22nd. He saw the men on the lease about 11 a.m. on the 23rd. Did not see them doing any work. Saw the same men on 24th. They were working on that day. Some costeening had been done and there was a shaft 60 or 70ft in depth. John Alexander Lackmnian corroborated the evidence of the plaintiff. Was in court when another plaint against this lease was put in. Mr Davies and Mr Hair were also there. Mr Jodrell put in notes of evidence in ease of Middleton v. Davies, heard on April 4, 1896. *his?lo edd the case fgr the plaintiff. Alfred ?inimshaw deposed -that he was a miner, and that he worked on...
THE COURTS. Kalgoorlie Warden's Court. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13. (Before Mr L. R. Davis, Warden.) RESERVED DECISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 21 May 1896
THE COURTS. Kalgoorlie Warden's Court. WEDNESDAY, MAY 18. (Before Mr L. R. Davis, Warden.) RESERVED DECISIONS. Roy v. Hinton and others.-Application for forfeiture of leases 1130 and 1234.-Forfei ture recommended in favor of the plaintiff with costs. Ramsden v. Austin.-0Objection to issue of lease 3064. Ramsden's objection upheld with cost. Costs in the stated case to be paid by Austin. Stephenson v. Curran and others.-Appli cation for forfeiture of lease 1086. Forfei ture recommended with costs against Royal, one.of the defendants. PLAINT CASES. Jackson v. Curran and another.-Appli. cation for 'foreiture of lease 1107. No ap. pearance of defendant. William Jackson gave evidence to show that the lease was not worked on April 8, 9, and 10, and that it was not under exemption on those days. Forfeiture recommended in favor of plaintiff. Buchanan ''. Pettigrew.-No appearance of the parties.--Struck out. Fleming v. Dwyer.-Application for for feiture of leases 2899, 2900, and 1580. No app...