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Warden's Court. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 4TH. (Before Mr L. R. Davis, Warden.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

Warden's Court. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 4TH. (Before Mr L. R. Davis, Warden.) Gowland v. M'Kenzie.-Application for forfeiture of lease 1886. No appearance of aefendant. Isaac Gowland deposed that he visited the lease on February 3rd, 4th, and 5th. No one was on the lease and appar-. ently no work had been done on it.-Rtecom mended in favor of applicant. Sparnow v. Irving.-Application for for feiture of lease 658. No appearance of de fendant. George Sparnow deposed that he visited the lease on November 1st. No one was on the ground. A search showed that the lease was not exempted. Was camped on the ground on November 4th, 5th, and 6th and no one was working on the lease nor had it been worked since.-Recommended in favor of applicant. Lindsay v. Cross'and. - Application for forfeiture of lease 1644. No appearance of either party.-Struck out. Henry v. Archer.-Application for for feiture of lease 2508. No appearance of either party.-Struck out. APPLICATIONS FOR ONE MONTH'S EXEMPTION. Patrick T...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
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Black Flag. March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

Black Flag. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) March 2. A large amount of the surplus labor has been absorbed by the various mines and prospecting parties since the exemptions ceased; consequently business has improved, and a considerable accession to the popula tion has resulted therefrom. Several new shops and business places have been opened in the township lately, and the streets are being extended. The Royal Standard gold mine has more than a plentiful supply of water at present in their shaft, which is making 600gals per hour. This renders sinking without machinery impossible. At the Devon Con sols mine water has become troublesome at 20ft from the surface. At the Four-in-hand mine the boiler and other parts of the milling machinery are being delivered on the ground and will.soon be place inuposition.s The need of a Post Office is felt here. The immense mail bag delivered on Thursdays speaks volumes for the amount of correspond ence, and the necessity for postal premises and officials....

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WANGANUI (N.Z.) RACES. AUCKLAND, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

WANGANUIT (N.Z.) RACES. AucxLAD, Macrch 6. The Wanganlui Cup was un- yesterday and was won by Spindrft, Lady Zetland being second 1 the Two-Year-Old Stake the result was--Arnmilla 1, )efiance 2, Sit Paul 3.

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A W.A. LECTURER. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

A W.A. LECTURER. The Rev. G. E. Rowe lectures on V.A. to-nigh t at Gleneig, oni Wednes day at Gawler, and on Thursday at Kapunda.

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Cable News. LONDON, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

Cable News. . LoMHnho, March 3. The river Tigris in Asiatic Turkey has overflowed its banks with disastrous results. Six hundred Arabs who lived near its banks have been. drowned. Great destruction has been caused to property. (The Tigris is a river 1150 miles in length flowving into the Euphrates. For the whole of its course its distance from the River Euphrates varies from 23 to 178 miles the region between being the ancient province of Mesopotamia where the flood reported above aplpears to have been attended by the most disastrous results. The ruins of Ninevah, Nelecia. Celsiphon, etc, are on its banks. The area of the joint basin is estimated at 266,0(:0 square miles.] The statement has proved to be in correct that a collection was being made for the relief of the sufferers from the disaster to the steamer Pearl in the Brisbane River. LonDoN, March 3, 7.10 a.m. The wool sales opened firm with an upward tendency. There was a large attendance. The net amount available amounts to 2...

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SPORTING. V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

SPORTING. V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. SIECOND UkY. In the Australian ,Cup Wallace started a hot favorite at 4 to 1. Idolater liad hardly any friends and was quoted at 20 to 1. The race was a brilliant one between idolater and Wallace. The latter was beaten by only half a head. and Hova was barely half a length away. The results of the other events are: sTEEPLEHRAE. Quicklight ... ... ... I RBmsdal ............ 2 Will-o'-the-Wisp ... ... ... S BOURKE HANDICAP. Mauma' ... ... ... ... 1 iinstreaun... ... .... ... 2 Pilatus ... . .. ... ... 3

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The Storyteller. IN THE SHADOW OF THE VASSE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

The Storyteller. IN THE SHADOW OF THE VA SSE. A man thrnnut his head into "Cockie" Stone's kitchen and asked. "" Is the boss at *4No-o." replied the "Cockie's " daughter, without looking away from her work, though it was months since she had seen a stranger. She was placing a dinner on the fire. Fresh pork amn green corn in one pot, in another stunted, immature grapes to stew as green gooseberries are stewed. She gave the negative slowly, not because there was any doubt of her father's absence, but because she drawled. And she (lid not look up be cause.her mind could not hold more than one idea at a time. The adjustment of the pots and the proper number of cobs accompany uing. the pork had filled her intellect to over flowing. -' Do you know when he'll be home !" - Ye-s." • When ?" " To-mor-ow." Then she came away from the fire anI l dried her hands, and, her mind emptied it self and was immediately refilled with another perception-something pleasant and startling. The man at the do...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
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Warden's Court. TUESDAY, MARCH 10TH. (Before Mr L. R. Davis, Warden.) APPLICATIONS FOR ONE MONTH'S EXEMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

Warden's Court. TUESDAY, MARCH ICTH. (Before Mr L. R. Davis. Warden.) APPLICATIONS FOR OME MONTH'S EXEMPTION. C. J. Keep-On 1816, to concentrate labor on 1239.--Granted from March 10th. Hugh Fraser- On 1879 to 1883, on grounds of too much water.-Granted from March 10th. Charles Armstrong-On 2536, 2486, and 1453. want of water.-Granted from March 10th, conditionally on four men being em ployed on 1453. J. L. Martin-On 726E. partial exemption on grounds of work done and scarcity of la.bor.-Granted from March 10th. P. E. Larkin--On 883. want of water. Granted to 31st March. W. Burrell-On 2917 to 2919. No appear ance.-Struck out. John Wishnlrt-On 3034. work done and insufficient funds.-Granted from March 10th. S. Chihls.-On 2778. on grounds of want of wfnds.-tRefusel. W. C. Rossiter.-On 542. 1849. 816. 2269, 2882. and 2283, on grounds of inability to procumr mining requisites, so that full num ber of men cannot be worked to advantage. -Granted from March 10th. To be worked with 19 men o...

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Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

Mining Notes. yWalter Giffen has not the faintest interest in the Australian Eleven now, and would not go to England if every cricketer in Australia went down on his knees and implored him to do so. The Lucky Hit claim is turning out 12oz of gold to the ton, and that's better than playing cricket foi' gate moni . " Quiz." Another rich shoot of gold struck in the Star of the West mine at Haiman's. " And so runs the wire half-a-dczen times during the lnst year. It had some rich gorld in niarrow leaders two years ago, but the hatful of speciments got of one barely paid to prospect fdr anothel : Apparently the same old tune played in the same sweet, old way." T'he " Bulletin" has said this of most of the mines of the 4isrricte at sonic time or other, and it is gene?lil;3 fe.to back any property it makes a sett, as witness the Great. Boulder. The poor old " Bllletin " cannct forgive the Great Boloder. for piroving a success after being condemned as a '" wild-cnt " by the Sydniey com I pa...

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THE ESCAPED PRISONERS. PERTH, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

THE ESCAPED PRISO NERS. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PERTH, March 9. The police succeeded in recapturing one of the prisoners who escaped from the Waterside lock-up last Tuesday afternoon. In consequence of having received inforn'ation to the effect that the two men, Montgomery and Evans, were in the locality of Fremantle, Con stables Street and Hannah, of Perth, and Constable Meagher, of Fremantle, were despatched north of Fremantle in search of them. About 8 o'clock Con stable Street saw the two escapees in the neighborhood of Port Breway. On seeing the constables they immediately decamped. Constable Street gave chase, and being a fleet runner soon overhauled' one of them, who, seeing that his chance of escape was hopeless, gave in. The other man soon got out of sight. The prisoner proved to be Montgomery. He has been removed to the gaol in order that there might be no further chance of his escaping. In addition to the charge of stealing tobacco a second charge of escaping from custody will no...

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Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

Mining Notes. Mr IM. C. Barney has resigned the manager ship of the Wealth of Nations mine. Cable adviccs received on Thwrsdcy quoted the London price of Brown Hills at £6 10s. A very rich vein of quarts has been struck in driving west for the main lode at the 1OOft level in the Mount Charlotte Central The consulting engineer of the Hit or Miss Proprietary expects shortly to have a water supply from the mine of 20,000 gallons per day. The first Norsemlan crushing has been somewhat disappointing, returning only 16idwts to the ton. The frequent stoppages caused by the water difficulty accounted in some measure for the small return. Good stone is being raised from the Mount Corlic mine, Broad Arrow, and the manager has traced the outerop of the reef right through the company's ground. In places the outcrop is much richer than the stone exposed in the workings. The crushing of ore from the Evelyn Re ward mine, adjoining Block 50 of the Ramp. ton Plains Syndicate, yielded 9oss 17dwts fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

Member of the Kalgurli Stock Exchange. AUSTRALIA . CHAMBERS, HANNAN STREET, KALGOORLIE. SHAREBROKER, ACCOUNTANT, MINING AND FINANCIAL AGENT. LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE OF ENGLISH AND COLONIAL MINING . COMPANIES. REPORTS OBTAINED FOR CLIENTS FROM RELIABLE MINING ENGINEERS. LATE ACCOUNTANT GREAT BOULDER, LAKE VIEW, ROYAL MINT, and IRON KING GOLD MINING COMPANIES. Secretary and Legal Manager of the Following Companies : KALGURLI G.M. AND PROSPECTING SYNDICATE HANNAN'S BREWERY COMPANY, LIMITEI) THE GLEN EWIN G.M. COMPANY, NO LIABILITY 1 0 U VENTURE G.n1. COMPANY, NO LIABILITY Acting Secretary of the HAYES' CONSOLS G.M. COMPANY, NO LIABILITY HIT OR MISS CENTRAL G.M. COMPANY, NO LIABILITY PROPERTY ACQUISITION AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, HAYES' BLACK REEF G.M. COMPANY LIMITED OF KALGOORLIE, W.A. BULONG (1 0 U) PROPRIETARY GOLD MINES, LIMITED, OF W.A. BROAD ARROW CONSOLS G.M. COMPANY. H ANNAN'S STOCK EXCHANGE. LIST OF MEMBERS. ANTIL, H. C. LEWIS, E. H. TU RNER, J. K. BARBER, DR. . McWHEA, W. J. ...

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LIGHT RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

LIGHT RAILWAYS. The question of the advisability   of constructing light railways has been referred to the committee of the Board of Trade.

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LAST DAY'S RACING. MELBOURNE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

LAST DAY'S RACING. (nY TEIEGItAPH. MEuLBOURNE. Mar.14 M. The Victorian alcinst Club's autumn meeting was brought to a close .last Satur day at Flemington. The weather was ex tremely hot, yet the attendance was decid edly satisfactory and the going capital. rThe following are the results : ALL AGED STAKES, Of 250 sovs ; for two-year olds and upwards: weight-for-age ; 1 mile. A. Davies' b h FHera, by Iugomar-Idappy Land, 5yrs, list llb (James Hayes) . J. Wilson,s cll c Newhaven, 2yr, Osit 12lb (C. Power) .. . ... 2 S. R. Gollan's ch g Tire. yrs, list 71th (I.. Cooke) .. ... 3 -S. G. Cooke's br c Tlhe Officer also rim. Betting: t to 4 against- Hova and New haven, 4 to I The Officer. 10 to I Tire. Won by at length froln Newhaven, Tire being four lengths a way'thi rd. Time. Imin 41?see. UNPLACED TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP. A sweepstake of 4 sovs each, with 150 sove added ; 5 furlongs. W. I. R.Wilson's blk f Cyldus, by Trenton -Hypatia. 7st 10lb (Calhnuan)... ... Voles Campbell's b g Spendritt...

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Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

Items of News. The name of the Broad Arrow mining district has grated upon the ears of the Mines Department, and it is proposed to call the district Koorawah, the native appellation. Considerable activity was shown at the meeting of the Kalgurli Stock Exchange, on Thursday afternoon, when over 1000 shares changed hands. Prices haIl an upward ten dency all round. Mr J. Pringle, who is rat present engaged in erecting the Ha nan's Club buildings, is the successful tenderer for the contract for the Kalgoorlie lock-up. The work will be put in hand immediately. Mr Percival Flower, an eminent mining engineer from the old countay, will shortly arrive in W.A. Mr Flower purposes making an extended professional tour of the Kal goorlie and Coolgardie fields. On Monday night we received the following telegram from the Mayor :-" Sir John For rest and the Minister of Lands are in favor of granting residence areas at the Boulder, but will strongly oppose gazetting of a town ship." Mr Jodrell, the m...

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Balagundi. March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

Balagundi. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.   March 8. A very enthusiastic and largely attended meeting was held here last night, the 7th inst., at Mr Yourrell's newly erected hotel. The meeting was convened for the purpose of forming a Progress Committee. Captain Geo. Stevenson was unanimously requested to take the chair. In the chairman's opening remarks he placed before those present in a lengthy and well delivered speech the objects of the meeting, dwelling upon the growing population of Balagundi, the possibilities of the rapidly developing mines, the large area of country taken up, and the many requirements of the district. The first item on the business programme of the evening was the election of a progress com mittee, the following gentlemen being duly elected :--Captain George Stevenson (chair man). Captain Williams, Captain Jack Stevenson, Messrs Ford, Scholes, Johnson, Pardoc-Thomas, Griffin, Keiller, Margan, and F. C. Stevenson (hon. sec.) The chairman, having ...

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SPORTING. CAULFIELD CUP INCREASED TO £2500. A NEW RACE.—THE FUTURITY STAKES. MELBOURNE. March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 12 March 1896

SPORTING. CAULFIELD CUP INCREASED TO £2500. A NEW RACE.-THE FUTURITY STAKES. (BY TELEGRAPH.) ME~,BOURNE. March 10. An important meeting of the V.A.T:C. was held to-day, when it was decided to increase the prize for the Caulfield Cup from £200C to £2500. and to introduce a new race en titled "The Caulfield Futurity Stakes," of 300 sors. This race will be run over the mile course, and will not be introduced till the Autumn of 1897. Horses of both sexes and all ages are to be eligible, and entries of foals, which at the time of the race will be two years old, will be made next June. The entry will cost the breeder nothing, as first payments are not due until after his yearlings have been submnitted to cauction at the annual sale: but a breeder who enters the winner, should the race be carried off by a 2-year-old, will receive a prize. The race will be a haldicap one. Opals found in the Norseman district have been described as " good road metal." These arrogant prospectors and miners wi...

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A BROKEN HILL COMPANY'S PURCHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

A BROKEN HILL COMPANY'S PURCHASE. It is stated that the Broken Hill Proprietary Coinpany has purchased an area of about 24 acre of land on the , Hunter river, Newcestle, Neiv South Wales, from the Waratah Coal Com pany, which was formerly leased to the Wallaroo and Moonta Mining and Sme'ting Company and by whom it was relinquished some time ago.

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SHOOTING WITH INTENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

SHOOTING WITH INTENT. Chas. Collins, 70 years of age, pleaded guilty to shooting Timothy Ryan with intent to do him grevious bodily harm. He was remanded for sentence.

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CITY OF MELBOURNE BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

CITY OF MELBOURI E BANK. The examination into the affairs of the City of Melbourne Bank was ie simed to-day before Judge Moles worth, and was further adjourned.

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