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MARITANA CENTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
MARITANA CENTRAL. This property, consisting of 24 acres, is situated on the east side of the Maritana, and between the old Caledonian and the Brown Hill Junction. There is a big quartz land ironstone reef rpuuning hrough the block, and the Adelaide conepany, who took 'it over some months ago, have been sinking` two shafts to test the value of this lode at a depth. FPr this purpose the' shafts we+e sunl vertically a little west of the formation with a view to cutting the lode at about 15Cft. In the south shaft a crosscut was run in at the 7C ft level to cut the 'reef, which at this point is only a few feet from the shaft. Ai on the surface the reef consists of nice looking grey quartz mixed with gossan and ironstone, and carries a little gold. The lode is from 5ft to 6ft wide, and is well defined on the hanging wall side, but is somewhat disturbed near the footwall, in fact it is somethbat difieult to tell whether it is the wall or merely a horse of country that has been met with. Th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED BUSINESS ON THE FIELDS. WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCERS, CLOTHIERS, IRONMONGERS, HOUSE FURNISHERS, WINE, BEER, & SPIRIT M ERCHANTS? And GENERAL IMPORTERS. Our Mr. FIMISTER has just returned from the Eastern Colonies, where. he has been making most Extensive Purchases, and. we are prepared to let our Customers have the full benefit of same at the lowest possible' rates. A large stock of Mining and other Timber, CG, and P. Iron, and Mining Materials of all kindus:t to hand. Specially -selected for the Goldfields: THE MEW PATENT WATHERBOARD, Over,50,OO0 feet landing;-much cooler than Iron for Residences. Wines, Beer, and Spirits, allthe most popular brands in the market, by case or gallon at lowest: prices. PROMPT DISPATCH & PERSONAL ATTENTION. - GOODS DELIVERED DAILY TO ALL THE PRINCIPAL MINES. NOTE OUR ZUOTTo 1 : "Qall fsle ttest of chmipnemess Agnts for the famous Swan Brewery Beer.
Warden's Court. TUESDAY, MARCH 3. (Before Mr L. R. Davis, Warden.) AN INTERESTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
Warden's Court. TUESDAY, MARCH E. (Before Mr L. R. Davis, Walden.) AN INTERESTING CASE. Green v. Corb in and otheri.---This n;as a; rehearing of twb aplications ordered by, tiey Minister? 'IreW~i 4plication' 'orease ýI'L had been recommeniided by Warden Fieldi Minister Without any recommendation. Mr Hare appeared, for Green. Ar Corbin conducted his own case. Thoina Geier, i'examined by Mr (orbin 'deposed that he started from Kalgorlie 'to, peg the grnmid in question directli aftper hearing of the objection to Green's applica tion for the ground. He reached the ground at about 5 o'clock a.m. on thie 9th Novembier Saw Green's notice of his intention to apply for a lease. du the notice Green stated that he had pegged It out at a quarter past 6Con the 8th November. The ground had not beeun `epegged by Green,.nor had the trenchprs been cleaned ourt. Witiess then pegge out the'grimnd afreph and returned to ialgoorlie S9thh. Tiih 'ground was about 40 miil?5 from Xalgoorlie, and he took abo...
The Pioneer Brickmaking Company. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
The Pioneer Brickmaking Ccmpany. The above company has commenced opera tions near the Government bore, on the Cool gardie road. The first kiln, which consisted of 30,000 bricks, was burned recently, the re sult proving most satisfactory. The clay has been found to resist fire most effectively, and comparatively speaking there were to wasters amongst the bricks. The bricks produced are firm, of sufficient hardness, and Appear to be of a most durable nature. The present color, which is of a greyish white, has been caused through sulphur in the water and clay, and will disappear after a short time when exposed to the air. The bricks altogether are a credit to Messrs Ben. nett anti McGrath, the contractors for the company, aid are worthy of being utilised in the construction of the most elaborate and largest buildings. The days of canvas and galvanised iron buildings in Kalgoorlie are rapidly pass ing away, so the company have made com plete arrangements for meeting a large demand. The ...
BROOKMAN'S BOULDER. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
BROOKMAN'S BOULDERI. This company, which was floated: in Lon don some months ago, owns two very good mines that are-being,-rapidly opened up. The. m oe -,outhel onblock orurmyr?,?own as the [lden Gat'e, ad`ojos the Kalgurli Mines, the Hainatilt, and other well known properties -close tohe northern boundary of the Great Boulder. Its position is all that could be desired, ;and, the present "prospects are splendid. The main shaft, is down : depth of 95ft, and at the 7Sft level a drite is being run in to tap the lode, which has been opened up at this depth from the underlay shaft. The crpsscut is not yet through to the underlay shaft; .but in a few feet.the two pprties driving to connect will hole through. The l ?e exposedii the.prospectors' workinigs is 2flt wide, consisting of ironstone and shistose material, and averages about two Onaces per to~ at this depth. It is probable that, au in the ase of the Boulder and Lake View mines, the reef will improve in depth, • - -. , . the gold va...
LAKE VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
LAKE VIEW. .This mine is being. gradually opened up its full length of 2000ft, and as the lode midn tains4ts width of about lift for the whole of this distanrbe a?d more-than the value shown by the a 'ery tu ins, it is evideint that few' mines have a brighter -future before them.i While a good deat of attention is,being paid to the undergtio)id developmenti, scarcely less e~rp is 'being. be4iwit on the surfpce: works. These naturally suffered during the early days, when the mine, held by fnh Ade laide company, which 4vas not tao latroug financially, had to pag- its way and ac. ? i late divideis at the same fijnp'fdr theshsre holders. .In those times the mind frequently went short of many thlngs, that wete needed, IiE¶ it is oin of.the fet rop 4rt ies tb4 have put ifoire raised by means of a windlass . Wiser counsels now prevail among the mnembers of th'`-diretorate, and the mm tenmint is no¶#br 'being' stiurved inits effrt to open up the property. A windingengine has been eected on ...
Mining News. GREAT BOULDER. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
Mining News. (BY OUR MINING REPORTER.) GREAT BOULDER. Water has been struck in thie new shaft near the boundary of. the Great Boulder, at a depth of 130ft. This shaft was sunk to tap the main lode which was opcned up in the Great Boulder Main Reef mine some time back, but instead! of opening out at the 100ft level to look for the lode it was decided to continue sinking to the water level in the hope of striking a big supply in the low lying ground in which the pit was started. In following out this plan the shaft has been continued, and will be sunk so long as the water making in the bottom can be coped with by means of a whip. At the present depth it looks as if the lode were maiing in the shift, the whole of the stuff now raised being loley, material. A winding engine is on the road for this shaft, and as soon as this can be got into position sidking will be pushed on as speedily as pos sible, so as to increase the flew of water. Sinking is easy, and a big working shaft measuring ...
Kanowna Police Court. MARCH 2ND, 1896. (Before Mr N. W. Harper, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
MARCH!b 2D, 1898. (Before Mr WN. HarMiper, 3Ž.P.) Alfred It. Lylb Swas Ichrged wth forging a couple of ?cheques "for t?he! swum of t1 8s each, purporting to te sighnd by L. Rshain. The prisoner was reman'dedtfi? eiigt daye.i J. K. Buckley was 'teli' .vditih being in .iegali poseossto.n }E +apipd valuedtat $s : d. Thisicase was also reni ?-ndbd for oit &?% , bail beingallo, ed.-' . C Charles lla ihargedwtt'z tit? l a told Sgget of about4xz and 19s'4dillh vt froin ,the residence of Mr Spicer. ThOa6 aaded$4as remanded for eight days.
TASMANIA. TATTERSALL'S SWEEPS. THE WINNERS. HOBART, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
TASMANIA. TATTERSALI,'S SWEEPS. ,THE W NNERS. HOBARTr, 11arch 8.. The names and addresses of the drawers of the placed horses in the , Tattersall's " consultation are as follows : -- Newnmarket Handicap, Maluma first, K. Cheriton, care of J3 Wangh,, Balranald, ,£3780; Courallie second,, C. J. Hinberg, 3, Maddison street, .Redferb, Sydney, '£114; Pilaus third, D. 1M'Donald, P.O., Cue, W.X. £756.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. STOCK ROUTE TO WEST AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
SOUTH. AUSTRALIA, $TOOK ROUTE TO WEST AUS . TRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 3. The Surveyor "General has received an interesting report from Mr Hubbs the leader of the .expedition who re cently left for the interior to find a stock route to West Australia. It appears that the trip southward to the Musgrove Ranges is useful only in a negotiative :sense. Mr Hubbs met heavy rains but disappointment was experienced at Lindsay MoundBprings where, at a depth of 25ft 6in, in tensely salt water strongly impregna ted with gypsum was struck. At 52 ft Sin the tools refused to penetrate the solid gypsum that was encountered and the bore was abandoned.
COOLGARDIE NEWS. THE COSGROVE MINE. COOLGARDIE, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
COOLGARDIE NETWS. THE COSGROVE MINE. [uY TELEGRPH.LA COOLGARDIE, March. :. At the Cosgrove mine prcktically no work is being done, only sufficient men being kept to hold thei grund. A five-head battery and boiler 'hve been erected since last October, but as one ori two parts of the engine are lost no stone haM been crushed. The mis sing parts were traced through the Customs, but were at terwards : lost, and the duplicate parts are 'supposed to be somewhere on the road. The directors deserve the severest colidem nation for their apathetic rmalnage ment. The mine is likely to prove the best on the line, and as tlhere is plenty of water in the shaft and an abundance of ore at grass, the Board have no excuse for having delayed starting crushing. Had a little ordi nary energy been used the mine should now be turning out very good returns.
ACCIDENT WITH EXPLOSIVES [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
ACCIDENT WITH EXPLOSIVES A terrible accident occurred to-day at the Silver Queen mine. Wm Case boult fired two charges of dynamite; one went off, but the other hung fire. The charge afterwards exploded, caus ing frightful injuries to Caseboult's left arm, which was torn off, and his face terribly injured. He is regarded as not likely to survive.
The Western Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, MAR. 5TH, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
PDUBLBHED EVERY THURSDAY. TWHURSPAY, MAI. 5Tr, 1898. UwranD $TSATrS jingoism has found a] fresh outlet. The closing 'months of last year *ere disturbed by the violent display of hostility toWards Great Britain over the ownerphip o a strip of terrtory between British Guiana and VYeezuela.... More-recently the Jingoes of the United States inidulged in a con siderable amount of threatening language Itowards the Sultati of Turkey in connec tiox: with the Arlmenian massacres. The Europeai PoPi ers were not unjustly. reproached forI$heir failure. to prevent further massacres, and the Jingoes of the States proposed, that they should undertake the dep6sition' of Abdul Hmid; but His Majesty unfortunately ineeild more than ille words to get him to .acate his throne, and the tall talk of the United. States has pa passed by him unheeded The latest ?utbiirst of Uncle Sam's warlike spirit has been towards Spain in connection, with the insurrec tr in Cuba., The sympathy of the United States natura...
Transfer Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
Transfer Regulations. A meeting of the committee for the local registration of. transfers was held at 1ce's Hotel on Wednesday night. Correspon! deuce was read from the Chamber of Mines, Coolgardie, with the names of the delegates alpointed to represent that district, and enquiring when the representatives of the other centres would be ready to start. It was umanimously resolved that the wishes expressed at the recent public meeting on the subject should be carried out, and that His Worship the Mayor (Mr John Wilson) Captain Oats, Messrs James Cassidy and R. R. Pilklington should be appointed to represent Kalgoorlie. The .secretary was in structed to communicate with the gentlemen named with a view to ascertaining' the ,earliest time at which they could start." It is well known that none .of the .delegates named can afford the time to proceed to Perth, but the question is recognised by them as involving such serious consequences to the goldfields that they haye patriotically can sen...
Telegraphic. PERTH, February 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
Telegraphic. PERTH, February 29. Two men named Robert Evans and Thomas Montgomery have been ar rested in Perth in connection with the tobacco robbery from Burgess's store, Fremantle. The men, when arrested, were found in possession of over 2 cwt. of tobacco and five boxes of cigars. Both men recently came from Vic toria. A meeting has been held at Fre mantle to consider the administration of the Post and Telegraph and the Railway Departments. There was a good attendance. A resolution deplor ing the state of affairs was proposed and supported by a number of pro minent men. An amendment was proposed by a labor leader known as Bill to the effect that the departments required reorganisation, and to do this it was necessary that the whole Cabinet should he reconstructed. This was carried by a large majority. An important minute, forwarded to th' Premier by the Commissioner of R:ilways, has been published dealing with the rolling stock question. Mr Venn says that it has never been his des...
The Storyteller. THE CONSUL'S WIFE. A STORY OF THE CHINA MACCACRES. I. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
The Storyteller. THE CONSUL'S WIFE. A STORY OF THE CHINA MACCACRES. 1. Consul Green was a little man, fat, bald and otherwise physically unprepossessing. i3ut there was no denying the goodness of lhis disposition. During his furlough at Chesnerton he had proved himself a worth y fellow in many ways, what with treats to school children and unostentatious charity towards the poor. And he quite won Mrs Broderick's heart. It was the winning of Mrs Broderick's heart that helped him mainly to win Isabel Broderick's hand. . Mr Broderick was the vicar of Chesner. ton, a poor living; and he had five children, of whom Isabel was the eldest. Isabel was just 21 when Consul Greeni arrived in the village from China. She was reckoned a beauty. She was dark of eyes and complexion, and of a magnificent pre sence for so young a woman. It seemed absurd that she should be mated with a little tub of a man like the consul, who was, moreover, 48. If any one Ihad suggested such a possibility to the girl du...
The Gaiety Company. A SUCCESSFUL OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
The Gaiety Company. A SUCCESSFUL OPENING. Monday night was noteworthy as being the occasion of the first theatrical performance in Kalgoorlie. Hitherto the difficulties of the road and other causes have been too much for theatrical managers, and Messrs Stevens and Wilkinson are to be con gratulated on their enterprise in overcoming these difficulties, and in bringing to the town a company whose performniances are well worth patronising. Solomon's Hall madle a very good auditorium. and special exertions were made by Mr Stevens to have everything in readiness by last night for the comfort and convenience of the audience. There was a large attendance, including a fair number of ladies, while amongst those present were the Warden and other leading residents. The pantomine staged for last night was the evergreen " Cinderella" with all its old jokes and plenty of new cites added. It is well for the performers that they live in a free coultry, for in some lands they would surely be iut to ...
Kalgoorlie Police Court. MONDAY, MARCH 2ND. (Before Messrs L. R. Davis, R.M. and J. Wilson, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
Kalgoorlie Police Court. MONDAY, MARCH 2ND. (Before Messrs L. R. Davis, R.li. and J. Wilson, J.P.) Edward Tobin, who was arrested on Satur day on a charge of drunkeness, did not appear to answer the charge, and on the application of the police a warrant was issue;l for his arrest. John Bain was charged with disorderly conduct in Hannan-street on Saturday night. Fined £1. The Bench severely cautioned the defendant, and said he would be much more severely dealt with on the next oc casion. John Sumnlers and Andrew Burn were charged with disorderly conduct in HIannan street on Saturday night. Constable Ander son stated that most disgusting language was used. The Benchli fined each of the accused £1. and said that if either of them came be fore the court again on this charge they would be inlprisoned. Robert Johnson was charged with being a person of unsound mind. Corporal Bonnor deposed to the peculiar conduct of the, man, who in Court showed himself completely lunatic. On the applicati...
S.A. Bicycle Races. NUMEROUS CASUALITIES. ADELAIDE, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
S.A. Bicycle Races. NUMERtOUS CASUALITIES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] ADELAIDE, March 2. The second day's racing of the February meeting of the Bicyclist Association pf South Australia passed off splendidly oli the Ade laide Oval yesterday. The attendance num bered fully 10,000. The fields were large and the racing generally was splendid. The Association will realise a profit of £220 over the meeting. Unfortunately three aecidehts occurred : Jarries broke his collar bone; Symmonds broke his arm. and Daly ran into a boy And broke the boy's thigh ; Giles was thrown, and Stevenson and Dae ,also caple The Maiden Race was won by Loader. The second-class mile fell to A. Davies. Great :interest was - felt iil J. Parson's attempt to lower Zimmerman's Australian record mpde on the Melbourne Exhibition tiack for, hilf a mile with a flying start. Parsons was paced by a triplet, and got along splendidly.. He cut out the distance 'in 54see amid tremeuidous cheering. He covered one lap (012 yards) in 874se....