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TELEGRAPHIC. PERTH, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896
TE LERAPHIC. PERTH, March 4. The two men, Montgomery and Evans,who were arrested upon a charge of being concerned in the recent tobacco robbery at Fremantle, succeeded in escaping from custody yesterday after noon. The men were confined in the WVaterside lock-up at Perth, and it is supposed they escaped somewhere about 3.30 p.m. About that time two men bearing some resemblance to the escapees, are said to have been seen passing through cl e Government gar dens, and it is believed they were Montgomery and Evans. The police at the station at present are very reti cent upon the sul:ject, and are desirous to avoid giving particulars. PERTH, March 5. Montgomery and Evans, the escaped prisoners, have not yet been re-arrested. The Premier, Sir John Forrest, has replied to the request to receive a deputation in reference to the public political meeting in Perth last week, that he will see a' deputation on the subject of the first resolution, but not on the others, which he considers un cons...
FEDERAL QUESTIONS. SYDNEY, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896
FEDERAL QUESTIOUNS. (nv TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY, March 5. The conference of Australian Prime Ministers met to-day, and Mr leid was elected president. He said the reason which induced him to call the meeting was to have a conference as to the proposed Japanese treaty for the admission of aliens, and to consider the federal lighting of the coast and federal quaraut.ne. He regretted Western Australia had not been able to send delegates because the adniie sion of aliens was a subject quite at important to Western Australia as to the rest of the colonies. A general discussion is expected to take place to morrow when a number of resolutions will be submitted. SYDNEY, March 6. The Premier's conference, which was continued this morning, has been con cluded. The conference agreed that the subject of federal defence was of the .,", greatest importance. The following resolutions were adopted unanimously: -(1.) That to provide for any com plete perfect system of Australian defence the federation of ...
The Transfer Regulations. PERTH, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896
The Transfer. Regulationsi [BY TELEGRAPH.] PERTH, March 4. I is believed the Government in tend giving way to th, wish of the goldfields with regard to Clause 11. An announcement contiected with their decision is expected daily. Statistics prove that a single. house fly nmay become the progenitol of a family f - 2.080,320 descemiants in on:: eason. After the Franco-Germa i war it was cal culated that the proportionl of the killedto, the bullets spent in endeavo i'bg to kill thefn was as I to 1300. b
The Western Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, MAR. 12TH, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, MAR. 12TH, 1896. Ix effecting the dismissalof MrrVenn from the Cabinet, the Premier has unquestion ably adopted a very t xtreme course. It is probably aii exaggeration to say that such a proceeding is unparalleled in the history of Australia, but it is at any rate an exceedingly rare occurrence for a member of a Government to be sum marily ejected. The Ministers are few and far between who care to adopt the unusual policy of refusing to resign even after the majority of their colleagues have requested theim to do so, and con sequently the necessity very seldom arises for such strong measures as those that have just been taken by Sir John Forrest. There is nothing unconsti tutional in what has been done, and the Premier under the circumstances had no other alternative. The Commis sioner of Railways could not reasonably expect to be retained in the Cabinet after accusing the Premier of being practically th'e cause of the railway block that lately ar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896
L O s '. TEN POUNDS REWARD. Lost or stolen from Niagara the Light Chestnut Gelding ' GOLD LEAF," branded like C79 near shoulder, saddle mnarked. Above reward will be paid on returning to J. F. DWYER, Lake Hotel, Kalgoorlie, or supplying information that will lead to the conviction of the thief if stolen.
Accident at Sclomon's Buildings. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896
Accident at Sclomon's Buildings. On Frlday night aseriousaccident happened at the rear of the buildings in course of erec tion for Mr V. L. Solomon. in Hannan street. As mentioned in the columns of the MINER a contract has been let for the sink iug of a large tank immediately at the rear of the buildinE capable of holding about 50,000 gallons. The work of excavation has been about completed, and the depth on the north side is about 12ft. On Friday night Mr A. H. Barclay,of Coolgar die, in company with Mr M. L. Zollner, was present at a performance which was given in the building. During an interval in the performance they proceeded along the side of the premises, and, as the night was very dark, they had some difficulty in picking their way. It seems that Mr Barclay was un aware of the excavation, and when he ap proached the barrier he stooped under it and was at once precipitated to the bottom of the tank. He called for assistance to his friend, and Mr Zollner, who was on the edge,...
THE DEPUTATION. GOVERNMENT IMMOVABLE. REQUESTS REFUSED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896
THE DE!PUTATION. GOVERNMENT IMMOVABLE. REQUESTS REFUSED. As soon as the deputation re clause 11 met the Ministers on behalf of the Government submitted the following drhft proposals as a means out of the difficulty :-" 1. Tihe regis tration of all instruments shall take place at the head office. 2. All instruments must be lodged either with the Wardens or at the head office in Perth, priority to take place accord ing to the time of receipt of the instrument. The Wardens to forward at the end of each day, or at any other specified time after their receipt, all instruments received, after entering a notice of transfer in the journal but not in the court register book. Those received at the head office will be held over pending such arrival. If nothing clashes, and the transfer is all in order, the instru ment will then be registered as if this had been done at the time of lodgment at the respective offices. and a wire sent to the Warden as follows :-' Record instruments received by yo...
The Transfer Regulations. THE ARRANGEMENTS OF THE DEPUTATION. PERTH, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896
The Transfer Regulations. THE ARRANGEMENTS OF THE DEPUTATION. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PERTH. March 9. The members of the goldfields' deputation held a meeting on Saturday night at the Shamrock Hotel to make the preliminary arrangements for to-day's deputation. Cap tain Oats was appointed chairman. The order of speakers was arr anged, and it was stated that the deputation would be received by the Premier, the Minister of Mines and the Attorney-General in company. The members of the deputation are as follows : Kalgoorlie: Captain Oats, Messrs Pilking and Wilson. Coolgardie : Messrs McKenzie, Henning, Sinclair, and Axford. Yalgoo and Northern Fields: Messrs Grant, Carpenter, Bromley, Spence. and Martin.
THIRD DAY. A DEAD HEAT FOR THE CHAMPION STAKES. MELBOURNE, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896
THIRD DAY. A DEAD HEAT FOR THE CHAMPION STAKES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, March 5. Although the Champion race is of so much interest to horse owners andl turfites gener ally, yet as it occurs on a Thursday, instead of Saturday, the public interest was not dis played by the attendance on the course to :day. 1 The ~wis t fa?lhioiq~nle and very orderly gathering and the weather was fine. The following are the results: SECOND HURDLE RACE. About 2 wiles. Regent ... ... ... ... 1 Gratiano ... ... ... ... 2 Biugara ... ... . .. ... 3 Time, 8min S4see. MAIDEN lTAKES. L tile. Outrigger .. .. ... ... 1 The Enchanterer... ... ... 2 Ilchester ...... ...... 3 Time, lmin 40Lsecs. AUTUMN HANDICAP, 1 mile and 5 furlongs. Disfigured... ... ... ... 1I Dreamland ... ... ... 2 Trentham ... ... ... CHAMPION STAKES, 8 miles. Wallace, by Carbine - Melodious (H s).. ... ... ... .. Quiver, by Trenton--Tremulous (Et tridgc) ... ... ... ... t Preston, by Robinson Cruoe--Blue Eyes (Pearson) ... ... ... ..., ....
LOCAL SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896
LOCAL SHARE MARKET. Linton & Saunders evening Cpcr. Cll report : Stock Buy Sell Sale Aluhambra North ... 28/ 5/ 30 Boulder N. Extended 29 0 ... Brown Hill Junction 411 4/3 4/1 Black Prince ... 1/3 117 ... Croesus ... ... 13/0 139 ... Croesus Proprietary 1/4 116 1/4 Golden Zone 5/3 5/11 ... Hannan's Reward N. 4/8 4/8 Hannan's Vic. Cross /(0 3/5 3/8 Maritaua Extended... 2(3 214 2/3 Reefers Eureka ... 8/0 89 ... Queensl'd Menzies ... 1613 1619 16/6 Rose and Shamrock... 2/5 2/6 2/6 Railway Ventures ... 6/11 7/0 6/11 7/ Maritana, pro ... 12(3 13/0 12/3 Ivanhoe South Extd. 2/8 2/10 2/8 Slug Hill Consols ... 1(0 113 ...
Share Market. TUESDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) ADELAIDE, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896
Share Market. TUESDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) ADELAIDE, Marlu 10. Boulder. £6 3s, £6 Ccolgardie, 44s Gd Brown Hill Junctions. 4s 2d Golden Zone, paid. 7s Rose and Shamrock, 2s 3d Hannans Victoria Cross, 3s 3d Railway, con, 7s Id Black Prince. is Id Golden Run, 3s 2d Maritana North, buyer 3s Md Crcns4s. 13s 3d, 13s 84d Premier, buyers l1s 3d Reefer's Eureka, 7s 3d, 8s Boulder North Extended, 2s lid, 3s Id Ivanhoe South Extended, 2s 8d, 2s 9d Lake View, 57s, i59s Gd
MELBOURNE STOCK EXCHANGE. MELBOURNE, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896
MELBOURNE STOCK EXCHANGE. MELBOURNE, March 10. Hanuan's Rewan? North, seller 5s Hamlan's South, 3s 6d to 3s .Id Croesus, buyer 12s seller 13s Golden Bar, seller 4s Ivanhoe, sellelr 26s Lake, buyer 57s f1d Maritana, seller 13s Queen Margaret. 2s 3d Menzies, pro., seller 7s 3d Quiet Hill, 19s Block 10, 83s Junctions, 62s 6d British (old), seller 13s North. 15s 1011d Brokens. 77s Block 14, sellers 26s Souths, con. l0s Lyell's, £5 19s to £6 ls (strong) South Lyell's, con. 14s 6d to 14s 9d ; pro. 17s Trams. £8 4s Flux, buyers 15s
HANNAN'S REWARD PROPRIETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896
HANNAN'S REWARD PROPRIETARY. This mine, which is situated on the western side of the hills north of the Mount Char lotte, is being vigorously opened up, and is te'll situated for catching some of the more westerly lines of reef. Two shafts are being sunk with a view to crosscutting across the strike of the country as soon as the settled rock is reached and are going down in easy ground. The east working is down 75ft and the west shaft 70ft.. A good deal of prospecting has been done ii the" shallow levels and very good leaders met with, but the crosscuts were ap parently put inl at too shallow a depth to tap the main lodes of the locality.
THE ABYSSINIAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896
THE ABYSSINIAN WAR. In connection with the desertion of native allies, the chief defections were from General Arche's division. It is now reported that during the recent battle General Baratiere left the field before the end of the fight and that he made no attempt to gather the remnant of his army or to retreat in good order. March 10, 6.15 a.m. Italy is assuming a more peaceful aspect. The various towns are in a less disturbed state than previously. Riot ing has ceased.
Sensational Crushings from Mount Malcolm. COOLGARDIE, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896
Sensational Crushings from Mount Malcolm. [rnoali OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] (BY TELEGRAPH.) COOLGARDIE, March 6. Further results of crushings from the Little Wonder are to hand. The mine is situated about 15 miles from Doyles' Well, near Mount Malcolm. The first crushing of half a ton from the surface yielded 970 ounces of gold. A second crushing of 8cwt from the 70ft level gave 423oz, and a third crushing from the 90ft level of 23cwt returned 1310oz. The last crushing, which was from the 160ft level, gave 250oz from 48cwt. Mount Malcolm is situated half-way between Ninety Mile and Lake Darlot or Lake Carey.