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Great Britain and the Colonies. SYDNEY, February 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

Great Britain and the Colonies. (BY TELEGRAPH. Svowa~, February 29. A 'reply has been received from-the Marquis of Salisbury to the uit. age forwarded by the Premier ou' behalf of New South Wales and the other Aus tralian colonies expressing eymipaithy with the, Imperial Government's action regarding Transvaal difficUlty. The following letter from the Hon Joseph Chambeilain, Secretary of State for the I COdonies, to the Marquis of Salisbury was also forwarded : "Downing-stireet, January 17th, 1896. My Lord, I have the honor to iaekiow ledge the receipt from the lion GQ R. Reid, the Premier of New South Wales, of a copy of a telegram addressed by him to the Marquis of Salisbury, expressing on behalf of his Government and. the Governments 'of Victoria, Queensland, South Australia. West Australia and Tasmania the satis faction with which they have viewed the action of' her Majesty's Go virnment' with" reference to the re cent disturbanccs in the Transvaal. Mr Reid will have received a ...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
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Hannan's Central. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

ýannan's Central. She following are the reports and financial statement of the above company, which were presented at the idlf-yearly meeting, held in Adelaide on February 26th : DIRECTORS' REPORT. To the, Shareholders.-Herewith we pre sent you balance sheet and report for the first half year of the company's operations. Mr J. J. East, F. s., London;, apd date registrat' and lecturer of School of tnes, Adelaide, was appointed manager, an ap pointment upon which the shareholders are to be congratulated. A vigorous policy pf development is- being adlopt?ti on; Pthe 'p perty. A perusad of the mine managers report herewith will give full particulars of the work done on the property, which has been of a most satisfactory nature. In accordance with a resolution, passed at the shareholders' meeting on October 7th, 1895, your directors placed the property under offer for £25,000. to an English firm on October 16th, 1895, for a term of three months upon payment of a deposit of £2500. Time ex...

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ALTERATION IN TIMETABLE [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

ALTERATION IN TIMETABLE Owing to the railway contractor's train starting earlier than usual from Bullabulling, the mail coach left Cool- gardie this morning at 6 o'clock in- stead of 8.30 as before. As no ar- rangement was made for the mail being got ready for that hour they were left behind. A special coach, however, left at 7.30, taking all the mails, and an endeavor will be made to catch the train.

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RICH SPECIMENS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

RICH SPECIMINS.     Mr W. G. Rodda, manager of the Coolgardie Golden Run Mine recently floated in Brisbane, has brought, in some very rich specimens.

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The Water Question on the Fields. GEOLOGIST BROWN'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

The Water Question on the Fields.: GEOLOGIST BROWN'S REPORT. Mr H. Y. L. Brown, Government Geolo gist of South Australia, recently visited the gold mines of the Coolgardie district for the purpose of examining the geological forima tion of the country and of expressing his opinions thereon. The first result of his visit is embodied in the' following report, which deals particularly with the prospect of obtaining good waiter on the fields : In the Coolgardie district there are two chief geological formations in which water exists, occurring under different conditions, viz. (1) In the primary or bedrocks (those in which the auriferous reefs occur), and (2). in the tertiary andrecent deposits. The primary formation consists of inclined and vertical strata of metamorphic sedimen tary rocks with intruded masses of dykes of granite, diorite, porphyry, &c., the whole being intersected by quartz and other mineral veins. This formation comprises the lowest or bcdrobk'of the district....

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Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

Mining Notes.   The Golden Zone crushing is not yet com pleted, about half the stone yet remaining to   be put through the battery. Good gold has been struck in the block ad-   joining the Golden Ridge on tile Corsair and   Empress of India line of lode.   The newly appointed manager of the   Rising Sun Mine, Mr Thomas Hollow, has   arrived, and will take charge of the property   to-day. The Bindarra lease adjoining the White I Feather Consolidated mines, has been pur- s chased by Mr H. J. Scott, on behalf of an f Adelaide Syndicate. it is understool that the purchase money t for the Creesus mine will be paid over on s March 15, when the English Company will I take over tile property. i Mr. Zeb. Lanu, consulting engineer of the Great Boulder. will leave Adelaide for Lou. I don on March 4, by the Oruba. to attend the I half-yearly meeting of the Company. At the Australasin. a start...

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POST OFFICE, KALGOORLIE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

POST OFFICE, KALGOORLIE.   The Post Office is open for general busi- ness daily between& the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. On Wednesdays and Saturdays from 7 to 8 o'clock p.m. for the delivery of letters and newspapers only. Town Delivery.-Delivery by letter car- rier daily at 9.30 a.m., 2.30 p.m., and 5 p.m. Great Boulder Delivery.-A daily de livery by cycle letter carrier is made to the Great Boulder, Lake View, Ivanhoe and the various mines en route, leaving the post office at 4 p.m. Savings Bank Hours.-Daily (Saturday excepted) from 9 a.m, to 4 p.m. Saturdays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., reopening for deposits only from 7 to 8 p.m. Deposits are resolved and withdrawals paid every day during office hours.   Telegraph.-Telegraph branch is open daily (Sundays excepted ) from 8 a.m. to p.m. Open on Suudays from 8 to 9 a.m and 6 to 7 p.m. Money Order and Postal Note Branch. Hours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily, except Satur- days, when the closing hour is 1 p.m In- land m...

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Telegraphic. PERTH, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

Telegraphic. PEraH, February 26. A public meeting was held last evening to discuss the present state of the public departments, especially the Post, Telegraph, and Railway Depart- I ments. The Mayor presided. Five resolutions, condemnatory of the ad ministration of those departments, were carried. There was a large attendance, Messrs Leak, Illingworth and Simpson being among the speakers. PEmTH, February 27. The Executive Council approved of the estimates for crossing stations on - the railway line between Coolgardie and Southern Cross. Provision is made for the establishment of crossing stations at distances of about 14 miles apart. The scheme involves the expenditure of about £80,000. The work of forwarding goods from Fremantle is proceeding slowly. The average output of goods from the port is 500 tons a day, and the influx of goods to the port averages 8000 tons a week. The storage accommodation among the merchants is completely filled. There is an immense aecuniula tion of goods...

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Cables. LONDON, February 25, 7.4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

Cables. LoSDoN, February 25, 7.4 p.m. The French Minister of Foreign Affairs, M. Berthelot, in reply to a question asked by M. Deluile in the Chamber of Deputies, said the reces sion of the province of Mongsen to Siam was morally a concession to England. He hoped this would be recognised by the latter country, and that she would approach another ques tion that remained to be settled in a spirit of concord and sympathy. liHe added that he did not allude to Egypt. Dissatisfaction has been generally expressed in Italy for some time past as to the conduct of the war in Abys sinia, as it is thought greater progress should have been made by this time with the campaign. The Italian War Office has consequently recalled Gene ral Baratier, who has been in charge of the troops, and General Polioux has been appointed to take charge of the army. King Menelek has entered Eyrhren. Great concern is felt at Rome. The rebels of Cuba are reported to be still holding out, at.d many at tempts, several o...

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Our Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

Our Fire Brigade. A meeting of the 'Fire Brigade Bbtrd was held at the Australia Hotel; on Friday, Feb ruary 28th, for the purpose' of enrbliing members for the Kalgoorlie Fire Brigade. 'There was a very good attendance, and iif 'as proposed by Mr Fitzgerald and seconded by Mr Miles; that Mr'Reece'take the chair. The chairman 'addressed the 'meeting 'and °the following' members 'were enrolled ?-Philip Miller, George Chesmandharles Ward, Alia. BaRphel, James Brooks, Edwin Temple,W. W. Brown; Geo. Phelps, Geo. RHay, T. Atkinlson, P. :,OCrawley,' T.2 Btteson;, Johnt Ward, Ernest Ward, E. Perry, W. Pegler, J. Peglbr, Dmican-Reed, James Lynch, Th6mia Reece, Patrick Fitzgerald, W. Thompson,' Fred. Wigzell, Reginald Brook, J. "Krygger, 'E. Cumbrae-Stewart, Jack Bredekoft, Jack Crothers, and Fred. Knowles. A meeting of the Board will be held on Tuesday evening. A meeting of the Fire Brigade Board was held at the. Australia Hotel on Tuesday evening.. There was a fair attendance 'and Mr S. E....

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The Death of Walter Jackson. PROSECUTION OF THE LICENSEE OF THE BULONG HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

The Death of Walter Jack son. PROSECUTION OF THE LICENSEE OF 'HE BULONG HOTEL. On Friday at the Police Court, before Messrs L. R. Davis, R.M., J. Wilson and R. D. Thompson, J's.P., Colin Henry Reid, the licensee of the Bulong (IO U) IHotel, was charged with permitting disorderly conduict on his licensed premises on Sunday, 9th inst. On this date a row is alleged to have oceurred in the house, resulting in fatal consequences to a man named Walter Jackson and the committal for trial of John Hudson for man slaughter. Corporal Bonnor prosecuted, Mr Hare defended. Maria Beal, servant at the Victoria Hotel, 1 0 U, deposed : On Sunday, February 9, •she was in the service of Mr Waters, who rented Reid's Hotel, -Bulong, as cook. A number of persons were at the hotel-that day, including the defendant. They were dis orderly and intoxicated. The place was in a regular tumult. There was swearing, sing ing and dancing. A man who was there whistled for a man who danced. Witness had to go through t...

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The Albert Park Tragedy. MELBOURNE, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

The Albert Park Tragedy. [BY TELEGRAPH.] MsLBOURNE, February 28. An inquest was held to-day on the bodies of John Priestly and his illegiti mate daughter, Violet May Turvey, the victims of the Albert Park tragedy Constable Creagh stated that the de. ceased man hbout. six years ago took a hotel at. Carlton, which he had to leave. Witness added that a woman named Turvey, with whom the de ceased was living, had come from Ade laide with him. Priestly was a steady man, but the woman took to drink, and was associating with immoral persons of her own sex. Priestly cleared out to Adelaide by a steamer, but the woman went by an express train. When the boat arrived at Adelaide she was the first person he saw. He brought her back to Melbourne. In 1898 she was arrested and imprisoned for being the occupier of a disorderly house. The child was charged with being neglected, and Priestly took charge of her. The jury found that Priestly wil fully murdered his child, and after wards committed suicid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

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Death of Mr H. F. Greenwood. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

Death of Mr H. F. Green- wood. The announcement of the death of Mr Greenwood, manager of the Kalgoorlie branch of the Bank of Australasia, was re- ceived with profound regret on Tuesday after- noon. About a fortnight ago Mr Greenwood was admitted to Mrs Meacham's private hos- pital, and was found to be suffering from typhoid fever. Despite all that Dr O'Meehan and the excellent nursing staff could do, his illness developed into a most serious form, and hemorrhage of the intestines supervening, it terminated fatally on Tuesday afternoon. Mr Greenwood, who was 32 years of age, was a native of New Zealand, having been born at Fielding, where many of his relations now reside. He joined the service of the Bank of Australasia in Melbourne, in 1888, and came to Western Australia in the early part of last year. In August he opened the Kalgoorlie branch. In the athletic world of Australia Mr Greenwood's. name is a familar one. He excelled in all manly sports, and he held the Amateur Champion...

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THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. WHY THE CHANGES WERE MADE. A VICTORY FOR PUBLIC OPINION. EXTRAORDINARY INTEREST IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

THE AUSTRALIAN, ELEVEN. WHY THE CHANGES WERE MADE. A VICTORY FOR P'UBLIIC OPINION. EXTRAORDINARY INTEREST IN SYDNEY. (BY TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY, March 9. Early this afternoon a rumour, evidently arising from an official source, was current in the city that important changes had been made, or were about to be made in the con stitution of the Australian team. Turner. Clem Hill. and Kelly, it was whispered, were amongst those chosen, and Johns and Harry would have to give way. Then intimations to this effect were posted outside one or two newspaper offices and in some shop windows. occasionally accompaniel by facetious re marks in print or hand writing such as"It is un lucky for the Etglishmen." Onelhuge placanl announced -1Turner is going to England." This sentiment was cheered vociferously by small knots of people. It is not wonderful that Sydney public opinion, as represented by the cricket enthusiasm of the street corner, Itas espoused the selection of Charley Turner. Clem. Hill's incl...

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CABLEGRAMS. Spain and America. LONDON, March 7, 6 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

CABLEGRAMS. Spain and America. LownoN, March 7, 6 a.m. The students of the celebrated Prince ton College, New Jersey, United States, have held an anti-Spanish demonstra tion. They dragged the Spanish flag through the streets and burned the effigy of King Alfonso. It is reported that President Cleve land has refused to comply with the wishes of the Senate in recognising the Cuban insurgents as belligerents. Hostile demonstrations against the United States still continue in Spain. The American legation at Madrid and the various Consulates throughout the country have to be strongly guarded. The United States Consulate at Valentia has been stoned, and all the windows broken. Spain has decided to strengthen her navy so as to be well prepared in case of war with the United States. Tne Spanish naval authorities are endeavor ing to purchase four cruisers in Great Britain. LoNDON, March 9, 6.45 a.m Englishmen and foreigners are offer ing their services to Spain in the event of a war with the...

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ADELAIDE CRICKET. ADELAIDE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

ADELAIDE CRICKET. ADELAIDE, March 8. The cricket on the Adelaide Oval on Satur day was very interesting. The Hindmarsh replying to the ,39 runs scored by the Aus trals, could only make 203ruons. The north Adelaide who luad lost 5 wickets for 836 runs, brought their total up to 893 runs with the loss of only another wicket thus beating the South Adelaide team, who some weeks ago made 859 runs. The North Adelaide then put together 130 runs with 5 wickets down against the Port L delaide team. The Norwomd found the 554 runs put up by the Adelaides 200 runs too big a contract to accomplish. Their last wicket falling for 289 runs of which Chinner and Green made 154 between them.

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Disorderly Conduct in Kalgoorlie. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

Disorderly Londuct in Kalgoorlie. The residents of Kalgoorlie are, as a rule, a law-abiding people, and considering the size of the population, there is very little criminal behavior. In a thirsty climate, where money is plentiful, it is not surprising that cases of drunkenness occur, but com pared with other centres of population, the Kal goorlie charge book, as far as these eases are concerned, is a credit to the district. Recently., however, the police have had brought under their notice cases of unseemly conduct by men in the public thoroughfares when under the influence of drink or other wise. This conduct generally takes the form of the use of low language, which is very painful to the ears of any person of respect able character and to ladies must be per fectly abhorrent. The custodians of public order have wisely determined to nip this kind of thing in the bud. andlon Monday, no less than three men were charged with dis orderly conduct. The R.M. in fining each of the accused...

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The Case of Arthur Harrison. COOLGARDIE, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

The Case of Arthur Harrison. [BY TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) COOLGARDIE, March 9. The case against Arthur Francis Harrison, charged with the larceny of a cheque for £8 the property of A. A. Nauman was pro ceeded with this morning at the Police Court. Mr Nicholson, a ledger keeper atthe Union Bank deposed that cheque lhad been paid. It came from the Kalgoorlie branch of the Bank of Australasia, through their office there and paid. Martin Jehansen said he was employed at £4 a week on the Siege of Paris Miue by Mr Naumann and Harrison paid him. He had paid him nothing for five weeks, and then paid him once with his own cheque for £8 18is 4d. He never signed any paysheet and there was a fortnight's wages due in Decem ber. He never received a cheque for the amount. The signature on the back of the back of the cheque produced was not his and the first time he had seen the cheque was in Naumann's office. Corporal Bonnor, stationed at Kalgoorlie, stated that on the evening of ...

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THE BOULDER SHOOTING AFFRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

THE BOULDER SHOOT ING AFFRAY. At Monday's sitting of the local Police Court. before Messrs Davis, R.M., and Thompson, J.P., William Henry Carpenter was charged on the information of G-. C. Bluett. with maliciously and unlawfully wounding the in .ornmant at the Great Boulder on March 4 with intent to do grevious bodily harm. Sub-Inspector Holmes prosecuted, and Mr Hare appeared for the accused, BLUETT'S EVIDENCE. George Crase Bluett deposed that he was a miner residing at the Great Boulder. On the morning of March 4 he had " a little bit of a growl "with the accused, who was his half brother. Witness was going to get his breakfast when he had words with the accused. who called him a dirty - and told him to clear out of the camp. Met the accused at 8 o'clock the same evening at accused's tent. The accused then denied having used the above epithet, and witness called him "a b liar." Accused said " I'll soon quieten you. " and took a re volver from a box. Witness, who was out side the t...

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