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TELEGRAPHIC. WEST AUSTRALIA. A MISSING VISITOR. ALBANY, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
T ELEGRAPHIGC. WEST AUSTRALIA. A MISSING VISITOR. ALBANY, March 3. A friend o a man named Inder wick, a recent arrival from London, is much concerned as to the where abouts of Inderwick. The latter has been connected with the Indian Oivil Service, and is related to a celebrated Lonaon Q.C. It was understood that he had gone to Esperance with Mr Dymes, who left for that place last week. One of Inderwick's friends has ascertained that he was not with him. The police have been communicated with, and enquiries are being made concerning the missing gentleman,
REVENUE RETURNS. SATISFACTORY RETURNS. PERTH, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
REVENUE RETURNS. SATISFACTORY RETURNS. PERTH, March 2. Returns of the revenue have, been received for February. It appears the receipts for last month exceeded those of February 1895, by £80,876 4s?ld, or over 86 per cent. The dCustoms returns increase has been £21,3842 nearly 50 per cent. of an advance.I The returns for mining amount: to £7030. The receipts have more tlhbat quadrupled themselves. The railways showed an increase of more than 100 per cent. The telegrams show an apsi parent falling off from the neighbor ing colonies. The total receipts for the month amount to £173,000 odd, as against £92;000 in the same month of last year.
VICTORIA. THE CHARGES AGAINST JUSTICES. MELBOURNE, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
VICTORIA. THE CHARGES AGAIST JUSTICES. MELBOURNE, March 2. The Lormer Board has resumed sitting. Evidence was brought forward that Rappiport acted improperly as a Justice in adjudicating on the case 'of Parer v. Mitchell and Ashton. Having been communicated with by the defen dants, Rappiport left another Court to sit on their case. Mr Gaunson inti mated that he would examine Mr Lormer on the distinct charge against Rappiport later on. Bennett and Bird were charged with adjudicating on cases in which they were on terms of friendship with defen dants. In the cases of Mrs John M'Crae, charged with a breach of the Licensing Act, both Bennett and Bird admitted that M'Crae was a friend of theirs. They declare that they took a strictly impartial view of the case. A jubtice. named Wilkins was also charged with adjudicating in a case in which he had had money transactions with the defendant. He declared he took an impartial view of the case. Other minor charges against Justices' have also be...
Transvaal Troubles. STRONG DENUNCIATION OF MR RHODES. PRESIDENT KRUGER'S DEMANDS. THE TERMS FOR CONCESSIONS TO THE UITLANDERS. LONDON, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
Transvaal Troubles. STRONG DENUNCIATION OF MR RHODES. PRESIDENT KRUGER'S DEMANDS. THE TERMS FOR CONCESSIONS: TO THE UITLANDERS. LoNDON, March 2. Mr Hofmeyer, the leader of thie Dutch party in the Parliament of Cape Colony, has proclaimed his complete. severance from Mr Cecil Rhodes, and-) declares tuat Mr Rhodes acted falsely as regards his duties as Premier. Mr" Hofmeyer asserts that Mr Rhodes was aware that Dr Jameson crossed the Transvaal frontier and that he did nothing to assist Sir Hercules Robinson in his efforts to get the force to turn back. Mr Hofmeyer also charges Mr Rhodes with not expressing disappro-. bation of the conspiracy or ceisuring the conspirators. The statement is. also 'made by Mr Hofmeyer that Mr Rhodes was aware of Dr Jameson's doings for 86 hours before the an nouncement of the raid was made public and during that time he kept his knowledge a secret and evaded his colleagues. The "Times" publishes what it states to be the demands of President Kruger. The P...
DUPLICITY OF PRESIDENT KRUGER. LONDON, Mar. 2, 7.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
DUPLICITY OF PRESIDENT KRUGER. I Los?o,:, Mar. 2, .7,80 p.m. The Boer Comoim nde 'aliee'd iiirit ing,' prior to the stirrender 6f 'Dr' JA~ eL son's force, that he liveso' i.thhimetfibeii of the ekipedition would ie sated+ if f the expenses 'incurred4' by the "'Tiriil Governmentiia econn3etidn with the raid were paid. Preside:t Kruger conbealed the 'terms' of the tsurrehder' front Sir Hercules ,Robinson, i ; oeder' t' deludb him into persuading,' the ::Uitlawders to yield to save the. lives :of 'Dr Jameson and his men. ' : : i
STRENGTHENING THE BRITISH NAVY. PROPOSED HEAVY EXPENDITURE. EXTENSIVE WORKS. SEVERAL NEW WARSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
STRENGTHENING THE S BRIfTISH NA . " PROPOSED HEAVY EXPEN DITUJ'RE. EXTENSIVE W lkKS. SEVERAL ?NEWW WARSHIPS. The First Lord of the Admiraity, the Right Hojj. G.9J opeini4,i' has ian nounced that the Admiralty have de cided iddM& t d 6t16t - Srf' il of the navy by 4900 men. H- He states that it would be easy to obtain that'niminber of additional sailors and mariies. Madch $ S6,IO a.m.: Mr Goscheii h'as delh drEd an address ih the House ao Commons, iiM hich he revealid the Government's, ticy; , as regards naval affairs. He notified that the Government were sending a training ship to Queenstown. The pay c f war rant officers would be increased. The sum of £14,000,000 was required for naval works, £850,000 for ordinance, and £2,000,000 for the construction of three docks, at Gibraltar, Maritius, and Simons Town (Cape Colony) respec tively. The works at present in hand would be hastened. The programme also included the construction of five battleships of an improved type, four fi...
PRESS OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
PRESS OPINIONS. The "Times," criticising Mr Gos-. ellen's speech, states that the expendi ture he proposes is absolutely necesbary. The "Standard " also approves of the policy revealed by Mr Goschen, and states that England should show the worl& that she is determined to main tain her maritime supremacy.