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Kurawah. June 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 11 June 1896

Kurawah. LFROM OUR OWN CORREBPONDEA-T.] June 2. Water was struck in the main shaft at the Golden Arrow yesterday at a depth of *280ft. Sinking is being continued. The battery on this mine is being erected as fast as circumstances will allow, and it is hoped that by the time the battery is completed a sufficient supply of water will be obtained in the main shaft to start crushing. Rumors of an alluvial find somewhere in the district fill the air, but the pxact locality is unknown at present.

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 11 June 1896

Sporting Notes. Peter Burns is t xe W.G. of Victorian foot ball. England v. Australia on Monday week at Leeds. What is the railway opening sports com mittee doing 2 Good entries are assured for the Kal goorlie and Coolgardie races in August. Felix says :-" In his true form George GifEen is the best all round cricketer inthe world." £500 to £100 has been taken about New haven for the V.R.O. Derby. The wager was taken in Adelaide. A team of Coolgardie Rugby players will proceed to Perth on the 26th inst, and will play Fremantle on June 29 and Perth on July 1. Paris has won another good race in Ene lend. This was the Prince's Handicap of £1,000, run at Gatwlck, on Friday, May 15. There were only twostarters. Instances of the ??nd' downs jof eys' ir'now riagr Al Lancaste -..a 'a. -f stchurch, New Zealand. S. liho; and has put up a very fine record for 100 miles, vis., 4hrs 39min 51soc.; which beats the Australasian record (Arthur Turner's) by 55min. Shorland rode 50 miles in 2hrs 14min ...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
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The Proposed Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 11 June 1896

,The Proposed Fire Brigade. THERE appears to be slight hope of the establishment of a Fire Brigade or the adoption of measures to check the spread of fire in Kalgoorlie until a con flagration has reduced perhaps scores of business places to a heap of blackened ruins. Every day, as additional build ings are completed and vacant spaces between rows of houses filkd in, the danger of fire ,seems. greater. -The materials are of such an inflammable nature that were a fire' to occur under present circumstances in any part of a block of buildings, the probability is that it would spread rapidly each side uitil the whole were destroyed. A disor ganised mob would be utterly unable to cope with the flames, no matter liow good might. be .their, intentions, and it is almost certain they would do more harm than good. At niany fires where affairs have not been under the control of an efficient fire brigade more 'damage has been done by the public in their anxiety to save pro perty than by the flam...

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CYCLING. SUCCESS OF MARTIN. BRISBANE, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 11 June 1896

CY4LING. 1-4-- SUCCBSs O( MHATIN. [Br Ta"'-BIP?J] BRISBANE, June 7. At the bicycle spors on Saturday, Martin won the Mile Intercoloniat Seratch, the Mile, Handicap, and the Fve Mile International Scratch races. HoBART, June 7. The 50-Mile Bicycle Race was won easily by L. R. A. Walker wi?h ~ 0 minutes' handicap, Chaill(20 minutes) 2, Basil Crispe (scratch) 8. Harris (20 minutes) 4.

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Early Closing. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 11 June 1896

Early Closit g. PRAIsg is due to the majority of the business people of Kalgoorlie for lagree ing to close their establishments at 7 p.m. if such a course be unanimously 'followed./ Thb'wbrl ibf assititints who~o are kept on.their feet all day long is by no means light and any effort to reduce their present very lengthy hours of labor deserves the support of all well-wishers of their fellows. 'We truist that no trouble will be experienced by the Early Closing Association in bringing the movement to a successful issue. Any of the business people who may be in clined to object to the proposal should remember that no injury can possibly be done to their trade if all the estab lishments close, early. The public must get the stores or other necessaries they require if not in the evening in the afternoon or morning. The slight inconvenience to which customers may sometimes, be put -should sot' ie begrudged by them when it rn s a shortening of the hours of labor to a nearer approach to rea...

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BULONG V. BALLAGUNDI. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 11 June 1896

BULONG V. BALLAGUNDI. The above match was played on Saturday at Ballagundi, and resulted in a decisive win for the visitors. Play was started at half past 11. and in the first half Bulong scored ix goals. The locals greatly impreved in their play during the second half, and though unable to negotiate any goals they kept thei opponents in check. The final result was-Bulong, 6 goals 8 behinds ; Ballagundi, S behinds. The game was a .most enjoyable one, as it was contested in the best possible spirit. Burmeister captained Bulong and Tassie acted in a similar dapacity for the home team. Wilson, as field uapire, gave universal satisfaction. Th goal kickers were Bedwell (8), Corry (8), aid-Lynch. For Bulong, Burmerster, edwel,'Oysten, Corry, Carmody and Lynch distinguished themselves; while Considine, Hillier, Tassie and Fry were amongst those whu were prominent for Ballagundi. A re turn match will shortly be played at Bulong, and as Ballagundi will make a first-rate team with a little mo...

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The Customs Duties. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 11 June 1896

The Customs Duties. rAT the end of this mouth , the° financial year comes to an end. There is every indication that a:'surplus of a highly satisfactory nature will hbe announced. The revenue received this yeahup to the present has exceeded the estimate by a very considerable j suth, k~d if the re ceipts ifor June equal those of May the surplus at the end of the year should amount to over £511,000. This, with the balance brought, forward fromi last year amounting to over-a quarter of a million, should give, the Premier a credit balance of about £788,000. The total amount received 'during May *as £171,217. This is not as large a sum as that obtained during 'the previous month, which was £181,015. Flhictua tions of this kind always. occur during the year. The great advance that has been made will be best seen when a com parison is made between last mont!'s revenue and the amount received duhing the corresponding month of last year. In May, 1895, the total obtained was £101,122. or £70,...

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HOBART MATCHES. HOBART, June 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 11 June 1896

HOBART MATCHES. HOBART, June 6. A football match Railway v. North Hobart resulted in a win for the former by 8 goals 6 behilds to 5 goals 2 behinds. This is North Hobart's first defeat this season. L. Watkin, playing in a premiership foot ball match on Saturday, had his collar bone broken.

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Kalgoorlie Warden's Court. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 3. (Before Mr L. R. Davis, Warden.) APPLICATIONS FOR ONE MONTH'S EXEMPTION GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 11 June 1896

Kalgoorlie Warden's Court. WEDNESDAY. ,JurNE 5.' (Before Mr L. R. Davis, Warden.) APPLICATIONS FOR ONE MONTB' S IXEMPTION GRANTED. Hemrich Meyer.--On leae 1769; work done. Patrick Green.-On 1182; on grounds of difficulties re deceased's partner. M. L. Zollner.-Partial on 2466, 1365 'and 1474; work done and not 'payable.-To be worked half-handed. J. D. Wishart.-Six months one residence area on 109 to go to work on lease 12 miles away. PLAINTS. Lyons v. Davies and others.--Decisioli re. served. Vernon v. Watters.-Struck out. McOreanor v. RusselL-Struek out.

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MELBOURNE MATCHES. MELBOURNE, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 11 June 1896

MELBOURNE MATCHES. ,ELDBOUIBN, June. 7. Saturday's football' matches were for the benefit of the charities, and they did not .count for.the.premiership contest.. The fol., lowing are the results : Esscndon beat Collingwood, 3 goals 3 behinds to 2 goals b-bibinds. Port Melbourne, 2 goals 1 behind boeat South Melbourne 1 goal 4 behinds. The winning teams played off for a 10 guinea trophy given by the association, the result being :--Essehdon 2 goals 4 behinds, Port Melbourne 1 goal 1 behind.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 11 June 1896

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Roads Board. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 11 June 1896

Roads Board. ONCE more we desire to draw attention to the urgent necessity that exists for a Roads Board for this district. Last year the desirability of establishing such an institution was fully recognised, and a public meeting was held, at which it was unanimously and with much en thusiasm decided to form a Board, a committee being appointed to make the necessary arrangements. Mention has been made of the proposed Board on a few public cccasions since, but beyond that nothing whatever was done, and the roads of the district are still in a disgracefully neglected state. .In the majority of cases they are little better than rough bush tracks, with in numera'ble obstructions and dangers, in the shape of stumps r nd holes, and the traffic is so great that each day they are cut up still further. The promoters of the Board cannot plead the excuse of want of funds. The Premier on more than one occasion has- stated that several hundred, pounds are available whenever required, and the Com...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 11 June 1896

oc ECKE EU! LED ~,AZ ironmongers and Timber Merchants, HANNAN & MARITANA .STREETS KALGOORLI In Stock, and arriving daily ALL MINING REQUISITES, including: Baltic and Oregon Timber, Iron and Brass Goods, Steam Fittings, Steel Tram Rails, Windlasses, Complete, Insertions, Packing Steel, Bellows, Windsails, Barrows, Tubes and Fittings; Oils, Paints, American Handles, and a Thousand and one Articles too numerous to mention. Orders by Post have prompt attention, and are dispatched by first Team leaving. ACOHTS FOR R. NONEY'S LION STEAM SAWMILLS. _ THE KALGOOJILIE MINER." PVBLISH-ED E.BERY MORNiNC. TThe Only Daily Paper printed on the East Coolgardie Goldfields M.. I . .. ... . • . , ., .. . ... n S .N - E E j 'L1AS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ONRTHE GOLDFIELDS .1.... OFF"OK : HANNAO STREET, ?in a d Lu ltiwd by 8. E~, oeKtro for the -ro .rietors. 1OcnG & Co.. at their printing o. i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 11 June 1896

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FOOTBALL. THE ADELAIDE PREMIERSHIP MATCHES. ADELAIDE, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 11 June 1896

'FOOTBALL' TI E ADELAIDE PR. ICM IP MJOlHES. ADLAIDE, Junei. The following are the results of the P'e miership football matches wht6her'played yesterday : Port Adelaide defeated Norwood by 7 goals 9 behinds to 5 goals 6 behinds. South Adelaide beat 'North Adelaide by 9 goals 11 behinds to B goals 3 behinds.

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EPSOM RACES. (BY TELEGRAPH.) MELBOURNE, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 11 June 1896

EPSOM RACES. (aY TELBGRAPH.,) IELSININE, June 7. A race wpe as heilt ptpe on Saturday. The rw`ater , bat the running .was ttlen.. .. .¶ little Dick .,. ;. ... B Other starters Wosla, Vagrant, Donah, Dulcet, 'Hassan, Suaset, .ntop, Valour, finking Fund, TrLgsue, rauyar, Leila, .Vespenaus, Kohinia, Te~ont, Freethought, and Syengtlt. -. Betting: 4to each agaitflnking Fund nd Her, Z7.to 1 Last tlee, 8 to I Little Dick and Upasen, 10 tq 1 Bosnia, Tecoma, S Tvengali . .. *The ownprs decided to run of. In the first run off Herw sad Last Glen rana dead heat. Betting : 10 to 1 on Hero. The owners decided to runoff-8 nd time. Ik the second run off Hero W st. Betting: 4 to I on Herb. It wasa agreat race home Hero winning by a neck. HURDLES. Triangle ... ... ...... 1 Black Flag ... ... ... 2 lfheQpunt r?- ... ... , O er srt6rs : Sarago, Freestep, Platina, Sir Henry, The Seine, Wrangler, Fiddler, Richmondite, Pennon. . Betting: 4 to I each Triangle and Black Flag, 8 to 1 Fiddler, 7 to 1 Platina,...

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RAILWAY OPENING SPORTS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 11 June 1896

RAILWAY OPENING, SPORTS. TO TEE EDITOR. Su.---I believe, at the opening of the Kal goorlierailway there is to be a jprogramme of athletic sports carried out, amongst which one or more bicycle races will be included. Would it not be advisable for the sports committee to see about getting the present " bike" track in sufficient order to allow intending competitors to train If this matter should be taken in hand, I would ad vise them to make the track four laps to the mile so that a little faster time could be attained with less risk tofthe riders. Thanking you in anticipation.--I am, &c., AN INTENDING COMPETITOR. Kalgoorlie, June 8, 1896.

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BENDIGO JOCKEY CLUB RACES. FIRST DAY. [BY TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 11 June 1896

BENDIGO JOCKEY CLUB RACES. FIRST 'DAY. [BY TELEGRAPH.J . .- MELBOUrNE, June 8. Glorious weather prevailed to-day, when the winter meeting of the Bendigo Jockey Clu1 opened on Epsom course.. The attend. ance was splendid. Five horses fell in the Hurdle Race, ,including Badajos, who, in his fall, brought down Lord Byron. Edge ricked his back. James Hayes, who rode his horse Kinbolton, also met with a mishap and had his collar bone broken, while Oars man was killed on the spot. Results : TRLAL HANDICAP; 5 furlongs. Viscount I. (R. Lewis) ... ... 1 Little Agnes, 7st 81b ...... -8 Silva, 7st 41b (Christien) ... B Won by two,lengths. Time, 1min 5sec. BENDIGO GRAND ANNUAL HURDLE RACE; about 1 mile and 5 furlongs. Glenmore, l0st (Wheelin) ... 1 Woonooke... ... ... .... 2 Agent ... ... .... ... 8 Won by three lengths. Time, 2min 58sec. PUBLICAN's PURSE, 1 mile. Wolf, 7st 91b (Hylmes) :.. ... 1 Moorite, 9st ... .....8 Garnet, 6st lllb (Lewis) ... 2 Won _levery by, a length. Time, 1min S ,rd4B...

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Kalgoorlie Local Court. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3. (Before Mr L. R. Davis, R.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 11 June 1896

Kalgoorlie Local Court. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3. (Before Mr L. R. Davis. R.M.) Goldman v. Miller.--Claim for %68 Ss Id. and cokts £1 1~s 6d. Mr Isbister for the plaintiff, Mr' Jodrell for the deE~ndant. flc evidence of the plaintiff and H. Waldock, V. Brown, A. Lischner, and the defendant was taken, and the decisionwas reserved. Jackson v. Greenwell.-No appearance of defendant.--Judgment for amount claimed. - £11 12s 6d, and costs. Rockliffe v. Knight.--No appearance of defendant.-Judgment for amount claimed, £41 16s Sd, and costs. Sheard & Mapson v. Roberts.-Mr Jodrel. notified the court that Roberts' affairs were in the Bankrupty! Court. - Proceedings stayed. Ware v. Langlands.-Claim for £5 6s 7d1 and costs.--Judgment for full amount -and costs.

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 11 June 1896

TO THE EDITOR.. SI,--J yesterday read a letter in your paper from "Asia Avis;" and I hope it will be drawn attention to in your leading columns at an early date. While I am wrting this (between 15 and '6 p.m., Friday) that letter strikes, home.. Thq dust is thick. We areall here to make money as quickly as we can, or die in the attempt. May we' hope the' Town Council will water the streets soon-if we .can't get it from a higher source-and give us all a fair chance to live in the attempt to be better ofE fnancially. Many of us may then settle, in the country and give hostagel$ t tortune, instead of being like your humble servant at present, ONLY A WLNDERING BAUCELOR. Kalgoorlie June 5, 1896.'

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