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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27. (Before Mr L. R. Davis, Warden.) APPLICATIONS FOR EXEMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
STHURSDAY, FEBRUARY, 27. (Before Mr L. It. Davis, Warden.) APPLICATIONS FOR EXEMPTION.. A. Vernon Harney-One month's exemp tion on leases No. 2616, 2181, 2182 26138, and 2614 on grounds of difficulty in procur ing men and water. John Harvey, on behalf of.,the. qjy:licant, stated that the leases were six miles fronm Kalgoorlie ; that he was unable to get water carted to it; that the lease hand been worked through the exemptions, but that -the men left after the exemptions. They were getting £8 10s per week andl water. The Warden saidhe would grant exemption for a fortnight to allow ap plicant to arrange for getting water. The plea that there was a difficulty in obtaining Labor he dlid. not consider was a good one. John Harvey---One month on leases .2071, 2069, and 2070, difficulty in obtaining men and water. These leases arp five miles from the 1 0 U. The Warden granted 14 clays to allow him to make arrangements to get men and water. John Counnorty-One month on 2682, on grounds that ...
THE COURTS. Kalgoorlie Licensing Court. MONDAY, MARCH 2. (Before Messrs L. R. Davis, R.M., J. Wilson and Captain Oats, J.'sP.) APPLICATION FOR LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
THE COURTS. - :0:- Kalgoorlie -Licensing Court. MONDAY, MARCH 2. (Before Messrs L. R. Davis, R.M., J. Wilson and Captain Oats, J.'sP.) APPLICATION FOR LICENSES. Sub-inspector Holmes saidu that there were a number of applications which appeared to be out of order, inasmuch as they were signed, not by the applicants, but by solici tors on their behalf. He would like the Bench to decide as to whether these applica. tions could be entertained. Mr Hare said he was not acquainted with the person who had aldressed the court. He presumed lie must have some authority for speaking. Sub-Inspector Holmes: I am the Sub-In spector of Police. Mr Hare : Then why is the sub-inspector not in uniform ? He is guilty of disrespect to the Bench in appear ing in ordinary dress. No police officer had a right to appear unless he were on duty, and if on duty he should be in uniform. He objected to the sub-inspector appearing in these cases. The Bench over-ruled the ob jection, but thought in future the sub-i...
Abdul Hamid. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
Abdul Hamid. INTERNATIONAL jealousy has placed the Suitan in a position' of immunity from the interference of European powers in the administration . of the affairs pf Asia Minor.' The representatives Of the countries that view with horror the massacres of the Christians in Armenia have been unable to agree to any one individual power taking action, or to concerted actioni, and annouicements continue to shock the world of the ,butchering of men, women, and children. The cries of the helpless sufferers hak been unheeded and they still remain at the mercy of .the sovereign who regards himself as the shadow of Godd on earth, Commander of the Faith ful, and Chief-Constable of Christendom in Western Asia and Eastern Europe. A most wretched, pinched-up, un happy-looking little man of dark complexion and a beard of dusky grey--suich is the description given by Miss Elliott of the man whom Turkish writers describe as " the finest pearl of the age and the. esteemed centre of the universe, at...
The Manning of Leases. PERTH, Feb. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
The Manning of Leases. (BY TELEGRAPH.) PERTi, Feb. 27. The Minister for Mines recently re ceived a communication from the mine proprietors of the easterni goldfields, representing that the present require ments-that there should be a miner employed for every three acres held for mining purposes-pressed very hard on a great number of claim-holders. It was represented to the Minister that there was great difficulty, even in the largest centres, in getting practical miners. The Minister is considering the matter with a view of seeing whether in special cases the regulations could not be altered to meet the circumstances.
Adult Suffrage. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
Adult Suffrage. In a couple of months time a general election will be held in South Australia, at which, for the first time in the history of Australia, women will be granted voting power equal to men. The results of the election will be watched with considerable interest in order to see how women will exercise their new privilege; A telegram published in yesterday's issue indicated that in New Zealand, where the franchise was extended a couple of years ago to the fair sex, the Government have made important con- cessions to the Temperance party, and intend going the length of total Prohi- bition, where such a reform is approved &nbsp; of by a majority of members of a licens- ing district. In South Australia the Government are evidently bidding for &nbsp; the women's vote, which is a very im- &nbsp; portant consideration. In some con- stituencies their voting power is greater &nbsp; than that of the sterner sex, and the total number of female voters i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
STAMP DUTY CHAlt;I?AHBRIE ON ALL TRANSFERS UNI)ER THE GOLD MINES REGULATIONS. EPARTMENT OF MINES. Perth, February 3, 1896. On and After this Date the Stamp Duty I'lhargeable on All Transfers under the Gold Mining Regulations will read as follows : For Every, £5 and also for Every Iractional Part of £5 of the Amount or Value of the Con- ( sideratifon . ... ... .... F"nr EIvery Nominal Consideration 10s E. H. WITTENOOM; Minister for Mines. ROBERT PARK SHARICBROKER. tMember Stock Exchange, Melbourne West Australian stocks a specialty. All telegrams receive prompt attention. SmTOK EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, MELBOURNE. : . DEOOURCY BROWNE Late Deputy-Chairman of the Min ing .Board of New South Wales; Ex-Member of Local Miniing Court, Victoria, New South Waies and Queensland; Ex-Min ing Delegate, British Columbia. Author of "The Miners' Handy Book,"' 0'i Mining Leaseholders' Guide,' and " Manual of Miner S als." .ILNING EXPERT, ADVISER : ARBITRATOR, And MINING TITLES AGENT 18 & 14 PEaRTl...
Correspondence. [The Editor does not hold himself responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents.] THE DENTAL CASES. [TO THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
Iorrespondlnce. [The Editor does pxot hold himself respon sible for opinions expresser ;by ,co res pondests.] THE DENTAL CASES. [To THE IDITOB.] Sir,;-I read[the letter in your issue of to day, and am boumd to say that knowing the stupidity and ignorance of people 'who rush into print on matters they do not under stand, I was 'not, like your correspondent, at .all ," surprisc$d. " Sir, I presume that for such as he it would be useless to hammer out the time honored and elementary maxims of legal plocedure before Magistrates sitting in Petty Sessions :-That documentary evi dence when tendered by the one side, and when primia facie in order is always to be accepted; that what is so tendered by the one side, and not objected to by the other, is taken t~ be admitted by the party against whom it is tendered ; and that his waiver of objection is tak-n to, amount.to qn admission. ,One might go .n reiterating these ,well worn rules, 1ut,,Sir, from the tone of your correspondent's letter, au...
RISING SUN. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
RISING SUN. A formation carrying gold has been struck in crosscutting west at the 8Oft, level from the eastern shaft on this mine. The edge of the reef has as yet only been touched, and the width and value of the lode has not been demonstrated. It is very solid, and is appa- rently lying east of the very rich reef which was worked in the early days from the old underlay shaft. The new manager, Mr Hollow, is starting to sink a main shaft in the middle of the block, and it is intended to run the crosscut through to connect the two shafts, and thus open up the block, for a considerable width with a view to testing its value. As soon as this work is accomplished a start will be made to crosscut east to catch the continuation of the Isabel reef, which is supposed to run along the eastern boundary of the mine. A good deal of energy is being infused, into the working of the property, and the present prospects are good.
HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
HORSE. SALE. The annual sale of thoroughbreds by Mr W. C. Yuille, was commenced yesterday at Newmarket. Among the sales weie a baycolt, :by Zalinski--Ben gine, sold to Mr Northmore,, West:, Austalia, for 90 gs.'; bay colt, by Englishman-Kilpara, to A. Turnbull, West Australia, 321 gS.:
Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
Items of NeWs. M1jor,Haynes, late of Perfh, arrived here on a visit on Tuesday. Mr James Brookman and his wife are spending a few weeks in Kalgoorlie, My Brookman having heavy mining interests on the field. " We understand that Mr Campbell of the local Warden's office, has been notified that he has received the appointment of Registrar at Kanowna. At the Police Court on Tuesday, before Mr Davis, R.M., Edward Tobin was ined 10s for drunkenness. For a similar offence Andrew Burn had to pay as. The ratepayers' roll for the new Munici pality that has been gazetted for Kano ns is being prepared. Mr Bartlett, the Town ~lerk of the Kalgoorlie Council, assisted in the work: The local police have received information that Henry Lucas, who was reported to have been lost five miles south of Willadi?? turned up at Ninety-Mile, and is now at Donkey Rocks. Mr John Day, one of the Coolgaiclie pioneers, died in the Wangaiitta (Vie.) ho. pital last week, He was one of Bayley's original party, which ...
Cable News. LONDON, February 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
Cable News. LONDON, February 29. Pending the arbitration of the boundary dispute between French Guiana and Brazil, France insists that a committee representative of France and Brazil should administer the affairs of the disputed territory. The announcement was recently made that Lord Dnnraven, wl;ose yacht Valkyrie represented England in the race for the America Cup, had resigned his membership of the New York Club. His lordship complained of not having received fair play in the race. At a recent meeting of the Club, the receipt of Lord Dunraven's resignation was reported by the secretary. The mem bet's decided that Lord Dunraven's letter should not bhe read, and unani mously agreed that his name should be removed from the list of members. Messrs D. and J. Fowler, reporting on the prospects of the Australian tinie.' fruit trade, state that Austra Ilan tinned fruit is inferior to Cali fornian, and add that Australians have not yet learned the process of tinning fruit properly. Mr Fra...
SPORTING. VICTORIA RACING CLUB. THE AUTUMN MEETING. MELBOURNE, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
SPORTING. VICTORIA RACING CLUB. THE AUTUMN MEETING. (1" TELEGRAPH). MELBOURNE, March 2. The first day's races in connection with tbhe autumn meeting of the V.R.C. took placn on Saturday. There was a large attendantce including L'ord Brassey and suite. The weather was beautiful and the racing was good. Results : 2-YEAR-OLD HOPEFUL STAKES. S furlongs. Aroha. Malua--Marie, 7st 101b (D. Cook) 1 Sayles, Lochiel-Lola, 7st 51b,(W. Delaney) 2 Blackrock, 7st S1b (Lewis) ... ... 3 -Fifteen other horses started. Betting: 2 to 1 against Aroha, 7 to I against Sayles. Aroha and Sayles madie a dead heat, but in the run off the former won by a length. Time, Imin. 4tsees. ST. LEGER STAKES. A sweepstake of 20 sovs each,. 5 ft, with 750 sovs added. Second horse to receive 150 and the third 75 sovs out of the stake. For 3-year-olds, colts 8st 101b, fillies 7st 71b : geldings at time of running allowed 516b. 1) mile and 132yds. H. Oxenham's bg Cabin Boy. Gozo (imp.) -Kathleen. 8st Sib (J. Delaney) ... 1...
Swimming. SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP. MELBOURNE, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
Swimmmg. SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP. (BY TELEGRAPH.) MELBOURNE, March 2. Percy Cavill, the Australian distance swim mring champion, won the quarter mile championship of Victoria on Satuiday. The labor market at Menzies is reported to be glutted. The Menzies" Mines" writes: -Should all the threats showered on Cool gardie labor agents by men arriving in this town be put into execution, the city will be scourged of at least the unscrupulous portion in that line of business in very short space of time. )Miners a a here eye oday,i utsfk of tlopi9 at ley *f1l have no trouble in securing work, ai when they dump down their swagse' and find that there are scores at present unemployed; their language is more forcible than polite. A, number of the mines are obtaining further exemption on tlih plAe thii??k? &) ib ainable to work the -olans i -but -ift those irho grant such were aware of the fact that so many mitiers ah idly w*lktlYibbuiTi?inb owners wouldze forced'to coly strietlaj with the ...
Ball at Kanowna. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
Ball at Kanowra. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The Leap Year ball held last Friday evering at the Kanowna Hotel may be said to 'have been one of the most suocessful " shivoos " ever held here. In the past there has been on such occasions a lack of the fair sex, but there was' no such lack last Friday eyening. A' large cohtiugent of' gentlemen arrived from Kalgoorlie. They were driven by Warden Davis, who, I am told, handled his four-in-hand in a creditable mannbr.' I am sorry to have to add that the Kalgoorlie ladies did not favor us as they have done in the past, 'only oieliady travelling the journey. The Warden's party included Messrs Taylor, Campbell, Berliner, Vernon, ,Dupley,, Flet cher, and Brook. The arrangements for the ball were originally in the hands of an infliehtial ladies' committee, but through different causes the 'members `dropped out until 'there only edhnnend M?s. - Walker aid :her: daughter . Miss" Wier.: These ladies worked very? lihtilto dii e s' ieteening ,tli...
MELBOURNE STOCK EXCHANGE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) MELBOURNE, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
(BrY TELEGRiPR.) S-ME?BOURNB, March!2. Hatnnan's Co ols, buyer Is 4d Hamuan's South, 4s 6d to 4s 3d Croesus, buyer 18s, seller 14s Boulders; -buer'-44s;seller-96 10s Lak., bu er Sri. l Hills. 61s . t 110t0t Block 10, 82s Junctions, buyer 62s, seller 64s Norths, 16q Ot : . Block 14, buyer 26s, seller 27s British,bbutye12s 9d; seller 13s 6d .South, con buyer 0ls.d, seller 10Os d Trams, ?,1s 76. .,94 " It tLyell, coin Yts' to ' is d gouith'telly ,id bulyei 1#A &1; "sel'.er 12 SHydraulic, Is. ...
Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
Mining Notes. It is understood that a new manager' has beeli appointed to take charge of the Kal gooriie Proprietary mine, viceCaptaln Hawke resigned. Good work has been done on the mine since it was taken over by the company a few months ago, and it is a pity to see an experienced manager like Captain Hawk' leaving the district. Mr Grifliths, the representative of the South African Gold Recovery Company, has returned to Kalgoorlie after having a look at all the districts of the fields, and intepds to invest in our mines. He inspected several properties on Tuesday, and to-day will visit Broad. Arrow. , His,stay on - A fields ans already lnsted some weeks, and within a few days Mr Griffiths will start for London. The Great Boulder Junction mine is expe riniing a good "deal of inconvenience in opening up the property owing'to the influx of water. Bailing has to be carried on three shifts per day to keep the watpr under, and it seems a wonder that some of he companies crushing in the n...
Bardoc Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
Bardoc Notes. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) Since my last letter business has improved considerably, numerous enquiries having been made for properties. developed and otherwise. It is stated that some good shows have been placed under offer, particu- lars of which are not available as the ven- dors are somewhat reticent. Very rich stone is being raised on the Kentish mine, 12-acre block, situated on the Towanini line of reef. Samples have been shown to me by the owner, Mr J. Cosma, which fairly glisten with gold. The reef which is dipping slightly to the west, ave- rages 2ft in width from the surface to the present level, 25ft, and sinking is being carried on. The Mullara is a very valuable 12 acre block, owned by J. Paine and party, and adjoins the above. The reef at the present level, 50ft, is about 7ft wide, and shows coarse gold freely. It is the intentione of the owners to sink another 50ft before again driving. The Nerrin Nerrin is a 25 acre block situ- ated about two and a-half m...
RARDOC v. BROAD ARROW. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896
RARDOC v. BROAD ARROW. (FROM OUR BARDOC CORRESPONDENT.) The much talked of cricket match between the Broad Arrow first eleven and a local team was played on Sunday last, February 23, and resulted in an easy win for the Bardoc boys by ten wickets and two runs, but it is only fair to the visitors, who were captained by C. Brown, to state that they were deprived at the last moment of the services of some of their best men, who were obliged by pressing business to absent themselves. For the visitors Mills, Roberts, and Brown did good service, while for Bardoc, who were cap- tained by T. Craig, Bolitho and Jones played well, and the bowling of Matheson, who was in great form, proved most disastrous to the wickets of the "Arrows." I append the scores. BARDOC. 1st Innings. E. Bolitho, b Mills ... ... 27 J. Jones, b Roberts ..... ..14 W. A. Russell, b Roberts ... 8 W. Grearus, b Mills ... ... 9 H. Ekert, c and b Mills... ... 0 T. Craig (capt.), b Mills ... :3 R. Pym, thrown out ... ... 6 C....