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CYCLING. W.A. CYCLING CLUB. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PERTH, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 28 May 1896
CYCLING. W.A. CYCLING CLUB... [BY TELEGRAPH,] PERTH, May 24. The annual meeting of the W.A. Cycling Club was held on Saturday. The weather was threatening, but the attendance was very large, the special attraction being the presence of Parsons, who is now on his way to England. This being the first day of the meeting the programme mostly consisted of running off heats. Nevertheless good racing was the order of the day. MAIDEN HANDICAP., Hayes ... ... ... ... 1 Saunders ... ... ... ... 2 Bartlett ... .... .... ... 3 MAIDEN HANDICAP NO 2. Carter ... ... ... ... 1 Taylor ... ... ... ... 2 Coombs ... ........... 3 W.A. WHEEL RACE. Two miles. First Heat. Carter ... ... ... ... 1 Rose ... ... ... ... 2 Rivie ... ... .....3 There were 10 starters. Early in the race Brookman fell. In the last lap the race re solved itself into a grand struggle between Rose and Carter, Parsons being handicapped out of it. Carter won with a dashing sprint. Time, 4min 51sees. Second Heat. Brown ... ... ... ......
OPEN CALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 28 May 1896
OPEN CALLS. Linton & Saunders report quotatiors as follows : Stock Buy Sell Sales Boulder Consoilidated 1/10 1(11 1/10, 1/11, 2/0 Bank of England ... 103]0 6/0/0 Boulder Consols No 1 3111 4]0 3/11 Boulder N. Extended 6/2 6/5 6/2, 6/4, 615 Boulder North-West 2/3 2(4 2/8 Boulder 4-Mile South . 3/1 3/3 3'1 Brophy's Kurnalpi ... 2/8 3/0 . Brock 45 ... .. 43/0 48/0 Brown Hill Junction 5/2 5/3 5/2 Black Prince ... 1/9 2/0 1/9 Ben Lomond ... 2/4 2/6 214, 2/5, 2]6 Crcesus Extended ... 4/4 4/5 414 4/5 Croesus Proprietary 4/9 4/10 4/9 Great Oversight ... 5/9 5(10 5/9 Great Coolgardle ... 11/9 12/9 11/9 Hannan's East ... 2/1 2/6 2/1 2/2 2/3 2/4 Hannan's Premier... 1/9 1/10 Hannan's Wealth ... 2/0 2/1 2/0 Hannan's Reward N. pro 8/6 10/0 . Kalgoorlie Proprietary 8/0 9]0 ... Maritana Central ... 2/6 3/6 Maritana Extended 2/4 2/5 2/4 Railways ... ... 100 100 10/0 Rose and Shamrock 1 29 2/0 Struck Oil ... ... 2 2/3 2/2 Royal Mint, pro ... 40/0 50/0 ... Royal Mint, con ... $910 42/0 Rayal Mi...
CABLEGRAMS. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN MATCH AGAINST AN ELEVEN OF ENGLAND. LONDON, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 28 May 1896
CA BLEG RAMS. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN MATCH AGAINST AN ELEVEN OF ENGLAND. LoNDoN, Mav 19. When stumps were drawn at the con clusion of the first day's play (Monday), the Englishmen had made 114, and four of the Australians - Donnan (54), Darling (41), Trott and Giffen-were out for 108. On resuming this morning, Gregory and Iredale carried the score to 150, when the latter, who had batted steadily, was caught by Hilliard off Mold for 21. Clem. Hill joined Gregory, and the spectators enjoyed a brilliant exhibition of batting. These batsmen added 113 runs in 75 minutes when they were separated. Hill made 40, being caught by De Trafford off Pougher. Gregory, who was at the wickets for 31 hours, was at length bowled by Pougher when hz had made 154. He only gave two chances. His score in cluded 21 fours. Trumble batted vigor ously. The innings closed for 374. Pougher was the most successful bowler for the home team, his average being 5 for 100. Rawlin secured 2 for 76. The Englishmen, with ...
TUESDAY'S MELBOURNE MARKET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) MELBOURNE, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 28 May 1896
TUESDAY'S MELBOURNE MARKET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) MELBOURNE, May 26. Block 45, 46s Gd Boulder Half-Mile South, buyer 2s Sd Brown Hill Junction, buyer 4s Gd, seller 4s lld Croesus, 17s Gd Golden Zones, paid seller 12s Ivanhoe, buyer £5 4a, seller £5 8s Lake View, buyer £7 15s, seller £8 Maritana, con buyer 24s Queen Margaret, seller 21s Queensland Menzies, con buyer 17s Tindals, Gs Broken, 51s Block 14, 3SS South, con 16s South, pro 18s Junction, buyer 84s, seller 87s Junction North, 38s North. 10s 9d Comet, 16s Gd Lyell, £7
LOCAL SHARE MARKET. THE KALGURLI STOCK EXCHANGE [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 28 May 1896
LOCAL SHARE MARKET. THE KALGURLI STOCK EXCHANGE The following is yesterday sa list of quota tions: Stock Buy Sell Sales Boulder North-West 212 213 . Boulder Half Mile ... 2/8 3 . Boulder Main Reef... 48/0 50/0 Boulder Consols No 1 3/6 8/9 3/4 3/7 Boulder N. Extended 5/4 6/8 Brown Hill Junction 5/6 5/9 5/6 Block 45, con ... 44/6 45/6 45/6 Bankof England, con 92/6 96]0 95/0 Ben Lomond .. 2/0 ... 1/1121 Brophy's Kurnalpi ... 218 2/10 ... Croesus Extended .. 43 4/11... Croesus Proprietary 4/8 4/10 4/11, 4/10, 419, 4/8 Great Oversight ... 5(8 519 ... Golden Zone, pro ... 8/0 10/0 ... Golden Zone, con ... ... 9/0 ... Great Coolgardie ... 11/6 13/0 ... Hannan's Vic. Cross 3/2 3/5 . Hannan's East ... 1110 22 1/8 Hannan's Premier ... 1/6 1/10 1/10 Hannan's Consols 1/7 .. Hannan's Rewd N., p 9/0 10/0 9/0 Hannan's Rewd. N.,c 9/4 9/9 9/0 Hannen's Eureka ... 3/4 8/6 ... Ivanhoe ... ... 5/8/0 5/12/0 5/11/0, 5/13/0 Ivanhoe S. Extd, c. 5/8 5/9 5/9 Kalgoorlie Proprietary 6/9 ... ... Lake View ... .....
IVANHOE SOUTH EXTENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 28 May 1896
IVANHOE SOUTH EXTENDED. Manager's report for fortnight, April 25 : The crosscut in north shaft is now in 65ft east, having been driven 8ft during the fort night. The country continues hard and un settled, but principally blue diorite and de composed schist, with small veins of quartz. The crosscut in south shaft is now in 44ft, and as no change of country came in I de cided this morning to stop this work for the present, and put the men on to sink a shaft on a lode about 100 yards south. I have been credibly informed that 45oz of gold was taken out of some old surface workings of very small extent when the first rush took place. These workings overlie the lode, and Scannot see from the nature of the ground where this gold could come from if not from the lode, which certainly exists, although it does not crop out on the surface, but shows indications of being at no great depth. I propose sinking 30Oft or 40ft, and then cross cutting to prove its extent and value.
Share Market. TUESDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) ADELAIDE, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 28 May 1896
Share Market. TUESI'AY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) ADELAIDE, May 26. West Australian gold stocks had a very active market to-day, and the business done was, again very large. Higher priced lines opened firm, but weakened as the day ad vanced, while in medium and lower priced stocks there were several substantial ad vances. Silver shares were rather quiet. Sales : Associated, 60s Gd, 57s Adelaide Sovereign, pro is 9d Bank of England, 90s, 92s, 96s Brophy's, 3s 2d, 2s lid Ben Lomond, Is 7d, 2s 2d Boulder North-West, 2s 4d Boulder Central, con 14s 3d Boulder Central, 14s 9d, 15s Boulder North Extended, 6s 10d, 6s 6d Boulder Consols No 1, 3s id, 8s 10d Boulder Half Mile South, 2s 10d Black Prince, Is 8d, Is 10d Brown Hill Junction, 5s, 4s 8d, 4s 10d Block 45, 44s, 47s 6d, 46s Coolgardie. 19s, 18s Gd Croesus, 16s 7jd Crcosus Proprietary, 5s 8d, 6s, Os Sd Orcasus Extended, 4s lId. 4s 4d Edward's Norseman, 4s 4d, 5s Id Fortune of War, 2s 5d, 2s 7d Golden Bar, 3s Gd Golden Zone, 9s...
MINING. Great Boulder Crushing. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 28 May 1896
MINI?N G. Great Boulder Crushing. The following shows the result of the crushing of the Great Boulder to May 12: Date. Tons. Ounces. Average. April 10 to oz dwt gr Dec. 31... 4,291 26,663 6 4 6 Jan to Mar 1,575 7,075 4 9 20 April ... 1,471 4,988 3 7 21 May 12 ... 890 2,962 3 6 13) Total ... 8,227 41,688 5 1 8* Gold avoirdupois-- ton 5cwt lqr 131b 2 oz The crushing return from the Great Boul der for the past fortnight is as follows : Stone treated, 928 tons, yielding 2790oz of smelted gold. Average, Soz.
Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 28 May 1896
Mining Notes. * An important development has taken place in one of the local mines, but the facts will not be disclosed for a few days. Owing to Monday having been a public holiday, the Boulder crushing will not be an nounced until to-morrow, instead of to-day. It is understood the return is up to the usual standard. A sports' gathering will be held at the Lake View South mine on Saturday after noon. in which the miners from all the mines controlled by Mr George Gray will take part. The prize money, amounting to £80 or £40, has been generously given by Messrs George Gray and Herbert Moir. It is intended by Mr George Gray, the consulting engineer, to at once erect mills on the Australia, Hanran's Oroya, Oratava, and Boulder and Ivanhoe Junction mines. The plants, which will be Krupp ball mills and cyanide, are each capable of treating 50 tons per day, and have been ordered already. It is surprising to learn that one of the Yankees now in London, who prides himself on his cuteness, "s...
THE AMERICAN TOUR. LONDON, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 28 May 1896
THE AMERICAN TOUR. LONDOn, May 21. Mr Harry Musgrove, the manager of the Australian eleven has .arranged for three matches to be played in America, at the close of the English tour. The Australians will leave for New York on September 8th. They will play one match at New York, one at Philadelphia and one at San Francisco, taking their departure from the latter place on Octo ber 15th per the Mariposa.
MATCH AGAINST YORKSHIRE. LONDON, May 25, 2.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 28 May 1896
MATCH AGAINST YORKSHIRE. LONDON, May 25, 2.30 p.m. The Australians opened the fifth match of their tour against Yorkshire, ut Sheffield this morning. The attendance was very large. The Yorkshire team is composed of the following players :-R. Peel, E. Wainwright, Denton, R. Moorhouse, E. A. Hurst, Win. Milligan, J, Tunicliffe. J, T. Brown, J. Morsey, D. Hunter, and Lord Hawke. The visitors won the toss, and Trott elected to bat. At 2 o'clock they had lost four wickets for 147 runs, Darling con tributing 57. At the commencement of the play the wicket was very fiery. LONDON, May 26. Great interest is being taken in the match against ·Yorkshire, which is being played at Sheffield, and there was a very large attendance to witness the first day's play, over 30,000 people being present. The Australians concluded their inning about 4 o'clock, the total being 262. The principal scorers were Trott 61, Darling 57, and Gregory 54. Trott, who was twice missed, hit 10 fours. Gregory's bat tings w...
THE SOUTH OF ENGLAND MATCH. LONDON, May 21, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 28 May 1896
THE SOUTH OF EINGLAND MATCH. LoSDoN, May 21, 3 p.m. The match against the South of England was begun at Eastbourne to-day. The home team, which is not considered to fairly represent the South of England but contains the leading County players, is as follows :-C. J. Kortwright (Essex), G. Brann (Sussex), J. R. Mason (Kent), A. Hearne (Kent), G. Martin (Kent), W. Head (Essex), Brown (Cheshire), H. R. Butt (Sussex), K. S. Ranjitsinjhi (Sussex), N. Druce (Cam bridge University), F. Mitchell (Cambridge University). There was a good attendance, the weather being fine, and the wicket good. The visitors won the toss, and decided to bat first Donnan and Darling opened for the Aus tralians, but the former lost his wicket before he had scored. Giffen joined Darling, the score being 1--0 -14, and runs came freely. Numerous changes were made in the bowling, but the S.A. representatives played with perfect con fidence. The partnership lasted for three hours. They were not separated until they had...
SECOND DAY. ADELAIDE, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 28 May 1896
SECOND DAY. ADELAIDE, May 25. The weather was splendid for the races on the Old Course to-day. Over 20,OCO persons attended, amongst them being Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton and Miss Buxton. The racing was good. The following are the results : TRIAL STAKES. Of 200 sovs. Seven furlongs. Koran, by Horoscope-Bonnie Rosetta, 3yrs, 8st 41b (Morrison) ... ... I Staffs ... ... ... ... ... 2 Bernice .. 3 Won by two and a half lengths. Time, 1min. 31 and 4-Sthsec. SELLING HURDLES, Of 100 soVs. One and three-quarter miles. J. R. Gebert's Encounter, by Encounter Lady Don, Gyrs, 9st (Geber) ... ... 1 Gipsy Queen ... ... ... ... 2 First Bomba ... ... ... ...3 Won by three-quarters of a length. Time, 3min. 9sec. BIRTHDAY CUP, Of 800 sovs, second 100 sovs, third 50 sovs. Mr T. E. Barr Smith's Destiny, by Neckersgat--Hortense, 7st Glb (Walker) I Mr A. J. Porter's Lord Grenville, 7st 121b (Lake) ...2 Mr E. Jellett's Lord Richmond, 7st 101b (Hodgkins) ... ... ...... 3 Won by half a length, there being a l...
Football. THE MELBOURNE MATCHES. MELBOURNE, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 28 May 1896
Football. THE MELBOURNE MATCHES. (By TELEGRAPH.) MELBOURNE, May 25. The following are the results of the pre miership matches played this afternoon : Fitzroy, 6 goals 8 behinds, beat Melbourne, 5 goals 8 behinds. Essendon, 4 goals 14 behiuds, beat Col lingwood, 2 goals 5 behinds. St. Kilda, 3 goals 8 behinds, drew with Williamstown, 8 goals 6 behinds.
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. LIST OF MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 28 May 1896
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. LIST OF MATCHES. The following is a list cf the matches to be played by the Australians during their present tour : MAY. 25-At Sheffield, v. Yorkshire. 28-At Manchester, v. Lancashire. JUNE. I-At Oxford, v. Oxford University. 4-At Bristol, v. (Gloucestershire. 8-At Wembly Park, v. an Eleven of England. 11-At Loras, v. M.C.C. and Ground. 15-At Leeds, v. Yorkshire. 18-At Birmingham v. Gentlemen of Eng land. 22-At LouD's V. ENGLAND. 25-At Nottingham v. Notte. 29-At Bradford, v. Yorkshire. JULY. 2-At "Manchester v. North of England. 5-At Southhampton v Hampshire. 9-At Leyton v. Players of England. 13-At Leicester v. Leicestershire. 15-At MANCHESTER v. ENGLAND. 20-At Derby v. Derbyshire. 28-At Lords v M.C.d. and Ground. 27-At Oval v. Surrey.. 80-At Boxhill v. Earl de la Warr's Eleven AUGUT. 8-At Birmingham v. Warwickshire. 6-At Canterbury v Kent. 10-At OVA, v. ENGLAND. 18-At Brighton v. Sussex. 17-At Oval v. Surrey. 20-At Cheltenham v. Glouestershire. 24...
SYDNEY TURF CLUB RACES. (BY TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 28 May 1896
SYDNEY TURF CLUB RACES. (BY TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY, May 25. The Turf Club's races were favored with glorious weather this afternoon, and there was a good attendance. Results: HURDLE RACE, 2 miles. Mars, lOst 31b (Hendricks) ... 1 All Right, 9st 41b (Fallon) ... 2 Bouquet, 10st (Holmes)... ... 3 Time 3min 54sec. ROYAL STAKES, Of 200 sovs ; 6 furlongs. Akarina, 6st 81b (Cook)... ... 1 Patrona, 7st 121b (Stewart) ... 2 Huret, 7st 121b (Lamb,)..... .. 3 Time, lmin 17sec. AMATEUR WELTER, Of 100 sovs. Seven furlongs. Vagabond, 10st 61b (Mayo) ... 1 Little Agnes, 12st 91b (Benson) 2 Monarch, 9st 71b (Sparke) ... 3 Time, Imin 84½sec. STEEPLECHASE, Of 125 sovs. Two and a half miles. Othello, 10st 51b (Ellis) ... 1 Grandwing, list 41b (Regan) ... 2 Kernal, 9st 81b (Whallem) ... 3 Time, 5min 52sec. TURF CLUB HANDICAP. Of 100 sovs. One and a quarter miles. Coolie, 6st 81b (McOarthy) ... 1 The Meddler, 7st 101b (Luckman) 2 Newcastle, 7st 21b (Ellis) ... 3 Time, 2min 12sec. SYDNEY, May 25. Martin, th...
ADELAIDE RACING CLUB. FIRST DAY. ADELAIDE, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 28 May 1896
ADELAIDE RACING CLUB. FIRST DAY. [BY TELEGRAPH.] ADELAIDE, May 23. The first day's racing in connection with the Birthday meeting of the Adelaide Racing Club took place this afternoon. The attend ance was very large and the racing good. The weather was cloudy and slight showers fell during the afternoon. Results: AUCTION STAKES, Of 100 sovs; 5 furlongs. Mr J. Williams' Fund, by Glorious- Trust, 8st (Morrison) ... .. ... 1 Mr W. T. Cowan's Miola, 8st S1b ... 2 Mr W. Sheppard's Anglaise, 8st 101b ... 3 Won easliy. Time, lmin 3 4.5th see. Dividend, £5 2s. FIRST HURDLE RACE, Of 250 sovs; 2j miles. Messrs S. Ferry & Son's Simulator, by Sir Edmund-Hortense, 10st 121b (Ferry) 1 Mr W. A. Rennick's Floodbird, 10st ... 2 Mr A, E. Reed's Havelock, 10st ... ... 8 Won by a length and a-half. Time, 4min 32 1-5th sec. Dividend, £3 8s. CITY HANDICAP, Of 400 sovs; 7 furlongs. Mr R. Barr Smith's Mostyn, by Clairvaux --Miss Mostyn, 9st 71b ... ... ... 1 Mr M. O'Shannessey's Homespun, 8st 51b 2...
Balagundi. May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 28 May 1896
Balagundi. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] May 17. A cricket match was played at Balagundi on Sunday last between a team from the 7-mile hills and a team picked from the Balagundi Cricket Club. The captain of the visitors having won the toss sent his men to bat. They were all disposed of for 17. The Balagundi team then went in to bat, but were disposed of for 16. There was great excitement towards the close of the first innings. The second innings, of the visitors came to a close for 11. Balagundi's second innings closed for 84, and the latter thus won the match by 22 runs. A prize, which was offered by Mr B. V. Lindell, of Kal goorlie, to the highest scorer in the winning team was won by Mr Ben Platt. who scored 17 runs. Being the first match played at Balagundi it caused a little excitement, and a very enjoyable day was spent all round: It was decided that the Balagundi team should play a return match at the 7-mile hills on the following Sunday. After par taking of refreshments at t...
Dimensions for Pegging out Leases. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 28 May 1896
Dimensions for Pegging out Leases. The following useful information has been compiled by Mr,Innes, of the registrar's office at Kalgoorlie, and will doubtless save a lot of trouble if observed when pegging out. Acre-100 x 50 paces. A 6-acre block-ii x 5j chains, or 242 x 121 yards. A 10-acre block-144 x 7 chains, or 312 x 156 yards. A 12-acre block-15 x 7f chains, pr 340 x 170 yards. A 15-acre block-17 chains 50 links a 8 chains 60 links, or 885 x 191 yards. An 18-acre block-19 x 9) chains, or 420 x 210 yards. A 20-acre block-20 x 10 chains, or 440 x 220 yards. A 22-acre block-21 x 104 chains, or 462 x 2 1 yards. The first pile of the new building which is to take the place of the present Club Hotel in Hannan-street was driven by Mr Moran, M.L.A., on Monday morning in the presence of a number of friends of the proprietor, Mr Quigley. The event was afterwards fittingly celebrated over a glass of wine, when Mr Moran wished Mr and Mrs Quigley every success in their future conduct of th...