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GREAT BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES. THE ARBITRATION PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 27 February 1896
GREAT BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES. THE ARBITRATION PRO POSALS. The " New York Herald" states that treat Britain has accepted the United States offer to mediate between her and Venezuela regarding the Yuran in cident. An Arbitration Conference, at which the different states of the Republic were represented, has been held at' Phila delphia, at which a resolution wag passed expressing the hope that England antd America would show in a prsctical manner a way to abolish war. President Cleveland has been asked to support the sentiment.
TRANSVAAL CRISIS. ARRIVAL OF DR JAMESON. OBSERVANCE OF SECRECY. TRIUMPHAL PROCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 27 February 1896
TRANSVAAL CRISIS: ARRIVAL OF Dn JAMESON. OBSERVANCE OF SECRECY. TRIUMPIAL PROCESSION. The troopship Victoria, with Dr. Jameson and his officers on board, arrived at Plyinouth yesterday. The vessel was ordered not to approach Plymouth before midnight; and intense secrecy was observed with regard to her movements. Lloyd's agent was forbid den to -signal her .arrival, and the Channel was patrolled by torpedo boats in order to prevent enterprising press men who might be. on the lookout to board the steamer.' The troopers were -paraded on arrival and then dismissed: Dr Jameson's journey from Plymouth to London was a triumphal procession. An officer of Dr Jameson's force declares that De Wit's message asking him to return arrived during the fight at Krugersdorf, and that Dr Jameson immediately hoisted a flag of trace. The Volkestein's forged telegram reached him the same day as the Uitlander's letter. Dr. Jameson will probably be brought up at Bow-street to-morrow. Troopers in Dr. Jameson...
TERRIBLE ACCIDENT TO A MINER AT BLOCK 10. BROKEN HILL, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 27 February 1896
TERRIBLE ACCIDENT TO A MINER AT BLOCK 10. BROKEN HILL, February 25. A horrible case of accident occurred at the Block 10 mine this morning. A man named Thomas Hall was coming up Kelly shaft at the change of shifts when he stooped down to fix some drills which were rattling in the bottom of the cage. He suddenly disappeared between the cage and the shaft, falling to the bottom, a distance of 300ft. His neck, legs, and one arm were broken, and his skull was fractured; The deceased waý 53 years of ages He leaves a wife and six children at Cobar.
MARITANA CENTRAL G.M. CO. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 27 February 1896
MARITANA CENTRAL G.M. CO. The first half-ycnr.y meeting of the above company was held at Gladstone Chambers. Adelaide, on January 81st. The Mayor of Adelaide, Mr C. Tucker, presided over a small attendancc. The director's report. stated:-Between August 31 and November 10, 1895, No. 1 shaft bad b.en Funk to a depth of 43ft, and No. 2 shaft to a depth of 41ft; in the latter shaft very good prospects have been obtained, and the mine manager rceports having struck very strong indications of gold beariigstone. One eof the directors, Mr H. Arthur, has several times visited the pro peCrty, and he reports to the board in very favorable terms as to its probable value with further development. Several inquiries from European buyers have been received, but up to the present nothing definite has been arrangel~ Your directors did not con sider it necessary to take full adlvautage of the long exemption, and on Monday, January 21, the mine was fully manned. Your directors have great confidence in ...
Black Flag. February 17, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 27 February 1896
Black Flag. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) February 17, 1896. Since writing my last, there hits been little or no change in tile weather, hot wiuds being the order of the day. Last Sunday a cricket match was played here between teams rel:resneting Black Flag andithe Proprietary Mine. The match re sulted in an easy victory for the latter, chieflydue to the splendid all-rounld work of Tonys Bros. Affairs generally are begInning to look up here. Since the general exemptions expired nearly every claim has been in full swing. Machinery is arriving every cday, the latest addition being a splendid boiler made by Messrs Fraser and Chalmers, England, for the , Bancage G. M. Co (Four-in-Hand.) There are at present about a thousand miners in the district at work. and more are still wantel. The Progress Committee formed here some three weeks ago met last Monday. but what was done has not been disclosed. What we want here very badly is better postal facili ties. At present anyone wishing to regis...
THE EXEMPTIONS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 27 February 1896
THE EXEMPTIONS. TO THE EDITOR. SIr,-1 notice that leaseholders n regetting exemptions indiscriminately on the pretest that labor is not available. Such a plea is utterly untrue, aud I will give you mny ex perience. 'lhe manager of one of the wines near town advertised for 15 miners in your issue of the 19th inst. My?i mate and I went out, and were at the office at 8.15 a.m.. and madle applications for work. His answer was. ' I tti not want any more men here. I have just started two, but we have a lease about eight miles out along the Boulder rtoad, where I think we want two mcen. If you will go out there a nld are not successful when you see the manager, come straight Lock and I will send you out to a lease some five miles behind Iaunnan's Hill." He never as much as gave Its a note of introduction to the manger. I wonder whether he thinks men are tools or fools. This same manager ex pressed himself to another man that he did not believe a letter appearing in your paper re exentptiot...
Fire Brigade Board. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 27 February 1896
Fire Brigade Board. A meeting of the Fire Brigade Board was held at the Australia Hotel on Tuesday even ing. There was a large attendance of mem bers, and Mr R. R. Pilkington presidel. The resignation of the Hon. Secretary, Mr A. H. Bartlett, was received with regret, and Mr F. Wigzell was appointed to the vacant post in which Mr Wigzell's business ability will be of great service. Art able report was presented by-the sub-committee consisting of Messrs Thctnas Reece, Fitzgerahl, and Thorne and adopted with a few slight amendments, and an executive committee consisting of M'essrs Pilkington, Nethercott, Fitzgerald, Reece, atd the Hon. Secretary, Mr Wigzell, was appointed to carry out the recommnenda tions contained in it.. The report is as follows : 1. That the brigade consist of captain, lieutenant, foreman, sacretary, treasturer, and twenty-five working firemen. 2. That the Warden be asked to swear in special constables to assist the police in mnaintaining olrder and preventing the...
Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 27 February 1896
Items of News. On and after March 1st a daily mail will be despatched to Kanowna in lieu of the present tri-weekly one. The nmails will close at the same hour, 2 p.m. It is the intention of the police authorities to oppose the granting of any further winea and beer licenses at 10 U until police pro tection for that district is provided. Receiving orders have been granted by the Bankruptcy Court in the matter of Charles Kapp, trading as Charles Kapp & Co., store keeper, Kalgoorlie, and Herman Breuer, civil servant, Northam. Sir William F. C. Robinson, late Governor of W.A.., as intimated that he will shortly pay a visit to the colony for the purpose of further increasing his knowledge of its mineral resources. A seat on the Adelaide Stock Exchange was sold about a fortnight ago for £700. The Melbourne Exchange seats are now worth about £ 1250, though only three months ago one was sold for £ 750. Mr Harold IM. Downes, a son of Major. General Downes, who has been manauing for E...
Kalgoorlie Police Court. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25. (Before Messrs L. R. Davis, R.M., and J. Wilson, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 27 February 1896
Kalgoorlie Policei Court. TUESDAYi FEBaUARY 25. (Betore Messrs L; IR; Davis. R.M., and J. Wilson, J.P.) Artlur O'Neill was charged with assault-.. ing J. L. Ellis and with using abusi?f language to. him, at Kalgoorlie on 24tli inst. Accused said ~ia he was ijry v rd a t th . time. and h .inio rrecolletion Ellis said be did'not wish to pressUthe~hare of ssault. Finied $1 for £re is4alangu and 5s for assault. , " O'Neill ins then , hal psopn from legal custody. i 1enfc?,onsaide . that on account of the nsr? eo.i?a : elation provided by the Goy nie .kr prisoner~, it was not to be wondprh t:eM -1j the man. escaped. Accused ''.as dismised with a caution. DENTAL PROSECUTION. John Boileau was charged, that note..eing registered under the Dental Act -of, W.A,ihe used and took the title of "?urgeon Deqtlt," implying or tendiig. to the belief thathe was entitled to practise dentistry -or dental sur-l" gery. Sub-Inspector H1olmes proueoeted and Mr. Henning, instructed by Mr. Hare,,defended. Mr...
Bardoc Notes. February 20. 1896. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 27 February 1896
Bardoc Notes. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) February 20, 1896. I was in error in stating last week that the Arthur mine on the Queenslander line of reef, owned by the W.A.G. Co.. was being managed by Mr Gould. The gentleman in charge is Mr J. Grouse, under whose capable management the mine is being systenmati- cally developed. A water shaft has been started and is being rapidly pushed on with, two shifts being constantly employed. A large area is being prepared for a battery site. The stone at grass, of which there is a considerable quantity, is estimated will yield a handsome return. It is stated that very good gold has been struck in the Jeweller, a 12-acre block south of the Excelsior, recently purchased by Messrs Bewick, Morning & Co. The gold was found at a depth of 45ft in a rubbly quartz formation through which a drive is now being put. A sample of stone was shown me this morning carrying fine gold, which had just been raised from the Maori Queen, and on being crushed...
The Storyteller. THE HAUNTED TRACK; OR, THE LOST REEF. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 27 February 1896
The Storyteller. THE HAUXTEI) TRACK; on, TlilE LOST REEF. BY A. M. II. Mountains and guilies were a study in i k and whitc. It was black in tile gullies wlere the shadows lay, white where the moonbeams gleamed. The dismantled cottage behind us stood on a natural terrace high up the side of the range, along which ascended the Jaunted track-a track with many bends, dips, and rises in it. It was wide enough for two men to ride abreast. Opposite the gate it ended, where there was a dangerous drop of 50ft to the stones below. lCidway betwixt the broken gate and the cottage we sat upon a log and waited. Range after range rose before our eyes, and in the bright but deceptive moonlight the stillness was broken by the wailing and calling of the curlews. I shifted impatiently, drew out my watch, and glanced at my companions, who were both smoking. The night was still, .the smoke did not rise, and nature see?edl to be thinking. " It's half-past eight. now !" I said. " The .ghost is not on time...
Cables. LONDON, Feb. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 27 February 1896
Cables. LoxDON. Feb. 19. The Paris correspondent of the "Times," states that the real cause of the collision between the French Senate and the Government is that the former are resisting the extreme Socialistic measures of the Ministry. The Govern ment desire to hasten the inevitable conflict with the Senate. The Boer delegate despatched by President Kruger on a mission to Ger many, is now visiting Amsterdam. where he was enthusiastically received, He stated that the Transvaal Govern ment would be glad to receive Dutch support on all matters. His mission to Europe had for its object the ad vancement of the commercial interest of the South African Republic. It has been declared on good author ito that it is very improbable that President Kruger's talked of visit to England will ever take place. Mr Chamberlain states that the Go vernment have made all arrangeme.nts in connection with the commission to inquire into the Paicific cable question, and that they are now waiting the election...
Cable News. LONDON, February 23, 2.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 27 February 1896
Cable News. Losnos, February 28, 2.1:i p.ml. The Russian Press says that Presi dent Kruger is urging that a European Congress be held to make le)lagoa Bay lieutral territory. [Delagoa Bay is on the east coast of Sc uth Africa, and is at present under the jurisdic tion of the Portuguese. The liny is very large, and receives tbieC lrocstlile, UmIhelosi, Tembe, Maputa. and Umlfusi rivers. The 8.E. portion of the Bay, sheltered by Inyak P:iPeninsula and Island, forms the adtmirable natural harbor of Port Melville. hut the commercial port of Lourenco Marques. from whence the railway starts for the eastern parts of the Transvaal, at tl'e head of the Bay, can be approached only by narrow and tortuous channels, and at low tide access is hindered by a bar at Reuben Point.. 80 feet deep at high water. Vessels are loaded and discharged by lighters.] News has been received fromt Berlin that the Geznmans there are very indig nant at their fellow-countrymen being boycotted by the Uitlanders of th...