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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

Mr Spence, manager of the Goongarrie, Water Supply Company at the 90-Wile, gives the following particulars in regard to the recent rainfall. Between 2 and 5 p.m on Wednesday no rain Ifell at Cane Grass Swamp, but five miles from there a terrific storm passed over the country. At one gully which -he crossed the water for a dis tance of about a quarter of a mile, reached his horse's girths, and he had, to put his feet over the pommel of the saddle to keep dry. At the 45-Mile there was a flood, and the dam was full. Daw's store was so battered by hail that it was a total wreck. The Red Dam, 7 miles this side of the 42-Mile, was full, but at the 42-Mile itself, and at the 22-Mile there was no rain at all. There had been a fair rainfall at Mount Burgess. The road, which has been partially closed to teams for some time past, will now allow of traffic.

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ARRIVAL IN KALGOORLIE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

ARRIVAL IN KALGOORLIE. All the afternoon numbers of people in the town were tip-toe with expectancy con cerning the arrival of the Bishop and party. The decorations which had been erected at the east end of Hannan-street were a re minder that something unusual was going to happen. A triumphal arch, with a wealth of greenery and a huge banner of blue and white, was placed across the street at an elevation of about 4Oft, while the Criterion, where the Bishop was subsequently enter tained at dinner, was profusely decor ated with bush foliage and flags. :One old lady, who hails from the Emerald Isle, was on the watch from about 3 o'clock, and by the time of the arrival she had worked herself into a state of enthusiasm which in fected all her friends. It was a few minutes after G o'clock that the cry arose-The Bishop I the Bishop l and as the four-horse team containing the party drove along Hannan Street everyone turned out to accord a hearty welcome. The great body eof the people were, ...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
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Hurricane at Kanowna. KANOWNA, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

Hurricane at Kanowna. [BY TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) KANOWNA, March 11. A terrific storm burst over the town this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Heavy clouds had been gathering north and south of the town when they seemed to meet. Then followed a terrible hail storm. Hail stones as large as pigeons' eggs fell, breaking nearly all the windows in the town. This was followed by a hurricane that unroofed quite a dozen buildings, besides levelling a couple of houses. All the signboards of the various business houses were blown away. Messrs Lowes' and Harris' private dwelling houses were blown clean away. McDonald and Co.'s store, Murray & Begg's office, Mrs Walker's restaurant, Mrs Webber's grill rooms, and Batho's store were unroofed. The inrated manufactory of Long & Seebeck was blown off its foundations. Most of the trees which had been left standing in the streets have been blown down. The damage done is estimated at £2000. An inch and a half of rain was regis...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
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VISIT OF MR MORAN, M.L.A. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

VISIT OF MR MORAN, M.L.A. TO THE EDITOR. Sia,-I notice from a paragraph in the MINER of Friday that Mr C. J. Moran, M.L.A. for Yilgarn is at present on a visit to the district. Though I have no vote in the electorate which this gentleman repre sents I, in common with a number of other persons, would like to hear the member fhr Yilgarn give us his views (say in Solomon's Hall) on the political questions of theday. I think we have this much claim pn r Moran, and as diggers-the whole ot Aus tralia over-are born politicians he would confer a favor on us if he would accept my suggestion. I will guarantee bim a large audience if he selects a ssuitable night.-I am, &c., J..(G. RoamesoN. Great Boulder, March 13, 1895.

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
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Correspondence. [The Editor does not hold himself responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents.] EXEMPTION FOR SCARCITY OF LABOR. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

Correspondence. [The Editor does not hold himself respon sible for opinions expressed by corres pondents.] EXEMPTION FOR SCAROITY OF LABOR. TO THE EDITOR. Sin,-I notice from the reports of the pro ceedings in the Warden's Courtwhiehsppear from time to time in the columns of the " Miner," that there is a great falling :off in the number of applications for exemption on the grounds of the scarcity of labor. Still there are applications yet. made which are granted on this ground, and I notocedone among the cases reported in this morning's issue. As a large employer of labor, I desire to state that every day I am besieged by applicants for work. The men are as a rule laborers, able bodied and it for hard work, and a percentage of them appear to be prac tical miners, but as is very well known there is a great deal of work on a mine which can be -lone by men without previous experience of underground work so long as' they are physically fit for hard graft. I suppose y experience is not un...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
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TELEGRAPHIC. PERTH, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

TELEGRAPHIC.. PERTH, March 12. The geld returns for the month of February show an increase over the returns for the same month of 1895 of 2400oz, the total being 17,922oz. Surveyor Newman has reported to the Government on the Darling Range gold discovery. He states he saw a well-defined reef charged with pyrites. Several claims are working there getting G dwts per ton. Mr Newman considers that the field has good prospects. PERTs, March 13. Another very daring robbery was committed last evening when the Canning Jarrah Co.'s office was entered, and the safe extracted and placed in a cart, which was taken away out on to the Guildford road. It was then blown open with dyna mite. The cart in which the safe was taken away was left close by. The horse had been taken out and let go. It appears the horse and cart belonged to Mr Smith who lives near the scene of the robbery, and from whom they had been stolen the night before. The burglars had hard luck, as very little cash was in the safe th...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
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MUSGROVE INTERVIEWED. MELBOURNE, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

MUSGROVE -1lTT RIEWEDJ MELBOURNE, Mardh 17. 'Musgrove when seen to-night expressed sorrow that Turner was unable to accom. pany the teau, ;aabd .sals. Hgowell had not yet been tel phed as to his inclusionln the team& ents till be madeM y telegraph: to-itorrow to snome cof the execntive whpo are in Adelaidp and some who are here. .He has telegraphed to Adelide' aserdtinint thb views of Mhde and H.i- TrimtlI. In the event of the matter not being :settled he would endeavor to have things fixed pp before the departure of the Cusco. Musgrove stated that Albert Trott would be used by thedteam, but he acoild ny nothing as~regaids Harry. Muagrvevt1at.es= for Adelaide .by the exrpress to-morrow) 7

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TURNER'S REASONS FOR NOT GOING. LATER. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

TURNER'S REASONS FOR I:OT GOINlG. It is now finally settled that Threer *ill not go to Eii land." 'In th "iulistvew to-*y he explained his' reasons. Re holds a power of attorney in a ertin; ase,. the tesppusl bility of which he cannot relieve himsel L' Other agencies and natters otbbusine alsostand in the way otf `i\'itig. ' If h ahisd been picked, in, the original team he would have hod ample time to complete his arra nge meats, and whotil be nd*biobdxietheOnzoo. If his preparations :o b y the M Istralbad not been ctetshort yt17 rempto message from Mhsgrbve ft 'probab iebtie'ild 'lhhe gonet 'by the e Austz1,' ht, t i.`is, ' go ~t ni l~ea mtter oQf utter- It o iiy. Turner is very sorry, gas.ht was vre lof a { adaln tetp, and thinks th-the. *4ii 'hive been of setd theteam dint`e"IMother Country. Howell so far . kls :received o din' definite messae,appointing bins se'tea F It is the' opinion' of, .two ' =doctors ~who frequently 'examined' ':his irm "That `e should rot- pay cricket 'ag...

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FINAL WITHDRAWAL OF TURNER. SYDNEY, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

'FI1 AL WITHD1AWA.L :OF'TXYR 1iR. SYDxiY, )aroI~ 17: Tuirner has, finally withdrbawn fro bpiag .; a mepib r o'_ the Austraia Ri e~ven. I~ht ,sent` the followring telegram 'to .I[usgri~e "Your tiftertoolatbe oflc'sot noý* ivitlidi~a r. ' resignation.":

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BROOKTON RACES. (BY TELEGRAPH.) PERTH, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

BROOKTON RACES. (BY TELEGRAPH.) PERTH, March 12. The above races came off yesterday. The following are the results : HURDLE RACE, Of £25; 14 mile. Lang Syne ... ... ... I My Day ... ... ... 2 Cunning Tommy... ... ... 3 TRIAL STAKES. Of £15 ; 1 mile. Editor .... ........ ... 1 Lady West ... ... ... 2 Blue Bell ... ... ... ... 3 FLYING STAKES, Of £15; 5 furlongs. Mainstay ... ... ... ... I Mentor ... ... ... ... 2 Dora .. ................3 SELLING RACE, Of £15; 6 furlongs. Query ... ... ... ... I Gilpin ... ... ... ... 2 Medina ... ... ... ... 3 BROOKTON HANDICAP, Of £40; I mile. Snapshot ... ... ... ... 1 Lochinvar ... ... ... 2 Wandi ... .... ... ... 3 PAREWELL HANDICAP, Of £20; 1 mile. Lochinvar ... ... ... 1 Mainstay ... ... ... ... 2 Lady West ... ... ... 3 HACK RACE, Of £5. Nonsense ... 1 Mischief ... ... ... ... - Dolly .. .... ... 3

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SPORTING. ASPENDALE PARK RACES. MELBOURNE, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

SPORTING. ASPENDALE PARK RACES. [BY TECEGRAoi.1 MELBOURNE, March II. The following are the results of the races which took place yesterday at Aspendale Park: MAIDEN PLATE. Resolution ... ... ... 1 Termagant ... ... ... 2 Armitice ... ... ... ... 3 HURDLE RACE. Rimbolton ... ... ... 1 Trawalla ...... ... .... 2 Blackthorn ... ... ::. 3 HALF-MILE FIAT RACE. Hero I... ... ... I Plain Kate ... ... ... 2 Quality ... .... ....... 3 ASPENDALE PARK HANDICAP. Cobolt ... ... ... ... 1 Kalgar .... ........ ....2 . Lena ...-... JUMPERS' FLAT RACE. Trawalla ... ... ... ... 1 Welishot ... ... ... ... 2 Lord Byron ... ... ... 3 WELTER HANDICAP. Cobolt ... ...1..... ....1 Summerlea ... ... ... 2 Plain Krte ... ... 3

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V.A.T.C. SCRATCHINGS. MELBOURNE, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

T.A.T.C. ,SORTpHINGS. MELBOURNE, March 11. The following are the scratehings for the Federal Stakes :-Bouvaria, Post Boy, and Tulip. St Kilda Cup-Monard. South Yarra Handicap - Sunbury. Federal Stakes Connection, Fire, Gangmnede, Aphorest, Es capade, and Moonalong,

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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

THE CONCERT. In the evening the concert in Solomon's Hall was exceedingly well patronised, the large building being filled. The Warden (Mr Davis) occupied the chair, having upon his right Bishop Gibney and on his left the Rev Father Deasy. Mr Moran, M.L.A., and the Mayor were also seated on the platform The programme was of a lengthy and varied nature, and was greatly appreciated by the audience. Amongst the many creditably rendered items special reference is due to Mr Dobbie's singing of the "Garrone," .which was vociferously encored. 60 Sweet Marie" was given in response, and 'proved very ac ceptable. It is always a pleasure to hear Mr Dobbie sing. .bliss Breed was encored for " Killarney," and Mr Eddie iinpson's comic songs met With a similar reception. A number of miscellaneous items, including two selections by the, orchestra led by Mr Yemm, violin solo by Mr Hughes, piano solo by Mr Berliner, recitations by Messrs Taylor and Critchley, and songs by Messrs Clark, Hair, McCreano...

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BETTING. MELBOURNE, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

BETTING. MELBOURNE, March 17. At the Victorian Club to-day bookmakers, after a most agreeable settling, offered 200 to I on the Doncaster Handicap, and Sydney Cup double, 150 to 1 finishing with Wallace, but no business was transacted. The secretary of the Boulder Consolidated Goldmining Company has informed the " Adelaide Register" that the claim has been dild in London, and that the purchasers, a strong financial syndicate, have also ac quired a namber of other valuable claims, and that their intention is to form a large company on similar lines to the Associated Mines Company.

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THE AUSTRALIAN TEAM. THE RECEPTION IN ADELAIDE. ADELAIDE, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

THE AUSTRALIAN TEAM. THE RECEPTION IN ADELAIDE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) ADELAIDE, March 17. The members of the Australian E1lven were accorded a public reception at the Town Hall this afternoon. The Mayor wished them every success. He sympathised with the selectors of the., team, but it must be acknowledged by all they done their best. (Cheers.) G. Giffen, who was received with loud cheers, replied, and said the selectors had tried to do their best for Australia. Iredale, Jones, Eddy, Tremble, Hill; Darling, Donnan, Graham, Gregory, and McKibben were called upon, and made short speeches. The Executive of the Australian Eleven to-day decided not to take another man In Turner's place, but tp use Albert Trott's ser vices if necessary. MELBOIJINE, Mareh 1;7. Disappointment has been expressed in cricket circles here igj tie inability of Turner to join the team. It is confidently expected that Howell will fill the vacanct. It is understood the executivelof the team have.already decided to 'freely...

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CELEBRATION IN ADELAIDE. ADELAIDE March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

CELEBRATION IN ADEJAIDE, ADELAIDE Maich 17. St. Patrick's Day; was honored in true characteristic style by the Irishmen of Ade laide. A large processi n marched to the Oval, where sports were held.

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THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

THE BALL. it is safe to say that the ball with which the St. Patrick's Day festivities concluded was the most successful yet held in. Kal-, goorlie. The attendance was very large, the floor of Quigley's Hall being hardly space enough for the dancers. The fight being cool gave greater zest to thb dancing, which was kept tip until an early hour on Wednes day morning.

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THE STORM FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

THE STORM FATALITY. The young woman who was killed by the fall of a hoarding in the recent storm, has been identified as Elizabeth Love, a domestic servant residing at Brighton.

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VICTORIA. LORD BRAASSEY. MELBOURNE, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

VICTORIA. LORD BRAASSEY. MELBOURKE, Marcia 17. At the United Grand Lodge of Free masons of Victoria to-night Lord Brassey was declared elected Grand Master. He will be installed at a meet ing in May.

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POLLUTION OF WATER. A SERIOUS AFFAIR. BROKEN HILL, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 19 March 1896

POLLUTION OF WATER. A SERIOUS AFFAIR. BROKEN HILL, Mtarch .1 7. The nightsoil from Broken Hill has been for some time deposited in the depot in Wills' Ward, in the watershed of Stevens Creek. In the past it was thought by the Council that there was no danger of pollution, and to avoid it was thought all possible risk, a small embankment was thrown. across a gully to prevent the refuse being w: shed away. A heavy downpour occurred yesterday which broke through this em bankment, flooded the trenches, and carried away a large quantity of night soil. The . storm water being hr eked for a considerable distance in the direction of Stevens Creek, and but very little doubt is entertainid that refuse has been embedded in the mining reservoir, from which the town draws its water for domestic purposes. Great alarm is felt in consequence.

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