Elephind.com contains 245,233 items from Kalgoorlie Western Argus
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,771 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
CARBINE'S CONDITION. MELBOURNE, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
CARBINE'S CONDITION. MELBOURNE, March 24. By the English mail which arrived yester day, Mr Byron Moore received a most grati fying letter from the Duke of Portland, the new owner of Carbine. The text of the letter is as follows: " Wellbeck Abbey, Worship Motts, February 15th, 1896. To the Secretary Victorian Racing Club, Melbourne. Dear Sir.-I am sending a portrait of Carbine painted by Mr Gowan, by the Orizaba, sailing on the 21st inst, which I hope the members of the V.R.C. at Mel bourne will accept from his present owner. I am sure Carbine's many admirers in Aus tralia will be glad to hear that he is in good health, and he has got through this much of his first winter in England very well. His season is about to commence, and he has a full list for this and the next two years. The box where he lives faces that of St. Simon, and I trust his picture may be hung near that of my other horse already in the possession of your club, so that repre sentations on canvas of two such good th...
NEW RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
NEW RAILWAYS. It is understood that the promoters of the railway line from Wara tah to Zeehan have overcome the initiatory difficulties in connec tion with the construction of the line, and the work is likely to be shortly commenced. The Goverrnment will simultaneously continue the N.W. Coast line to Emu Bay. This will complete railway communications with the western mineral fields.
NEW ZEALAND. A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AUCKLAND, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
I EW ZEALAND. A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AUCKLAND, March 24. A fire at Knastunit has destroyed an hotel and the adjacent premises. The places were insured for £1,350. OAMARU, March 22. The rifle shooting matches have been finished. For the team match of 8 men with 7 shots at the 300, 500, and 600 yards' distances, twelve teams entered. The Woodville team made the record score of 484, with Ingpen 101, 17 bulls'-eyes and four centres. The Petone team were second, and Queensland third. No other Australian teams competed. The Australians leave to-morrow.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
G OVERNMENT LAND SALES. Department of Lands and Surveys, Perth, 13th March, 1896. The undermentioned ALLOTMENTS of LAND will be'offered for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION on the date and place specified below at i1 o'clock am. KALGOORLIE, APRIL 10, at Warden's Office. Kanowna Town Lots 194 and 195, con tents 1 rood each; upset price £40 each subject to the value of improvements as assessed by the Warden being added to the upset price of any lot that is legally held as a business or residence area. Plans and further particulars of these lots can be obtained at this office, or at the office where they are to be sold. A. R. RICHARDSON, Commissioner of Crown Lands.
A Water Supply for Kalgoorlie. MR. JOBSON'S SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
A Water Supply for Kalgoorlie. MR. JOBSON'S SCHEME. The following is a copy of a letter from Mr C. Jobson, manager and engineer of the W.A. Goldfields Water Supply Co.. Ltd., which was laid before the Kalgoorlie Muni cipal Council on Thursday last, and will be dealt with at its next meeting : "C oolgardie, March 10. "The Town Clerk, Kalgoorlie. " Dear Sir,-Subject to the Council's per mission, the West Australian Goldfields Water Supply Company, Ltd., purpose re ticulating the town of Kalgoorlie. I forward plan herewith, showing the lanes and streets proposed to be reticulated, and would beg to formally apply for permission to lay down the pipes necessary to reticulate in accordance with the said plan, and also such other pipes as may be required from time to time by the expansion of the town. As you are doubtless aware the above com pany has been formed for the purpose of sup plying fresh water to the various centres in goldfields districts. To effect this purpose extensive condens...
The Western Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, MAR. 26TH, 1986. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, MAR. 26TH, 1986. WE have often had to refer to the lamentable lack of public spirit in Kal goorlie. Not a week passes that ex amples are not exhibited to show that the town loses through the apathy of those who should watch its interests, and to emphasise the necessity that exists for the formation of an energetic and persevering body that should act as a Vigilance Committee. There are numerous wants that only need a very little agitation to receive attention, but which are wholly neglected by the authorities. Scores of children, for instance, in Kalgoorlie, are without educational advantages because the need for a school has not been urged on the Education Department. The roads of the district are sadly neglected, and the need for additional tracks is sorely felt by the residents of many outside centres. The present track between Black Flag and Kalgoorlie covers 34 miles, whereas by clearing a straight track 12 miles would be saved. This state of...
Correspondence. [The Editor does not hold himself responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents.] THE PUBLIC HOSPITAL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
Correspondence. [The Editor does not hold himself respon sible for opinions expressed by corres pondents.j THE PUBLIC HOSPITAL. TO THE EDITOR. Sin,-For the purpose of bolstering up a necessity which does not exist for another hospital in Kalgoorlie, many misstatements, many exaggerations, and, I regret, many false hoods are just now being circulated in our midst. The letter (in your to-day's issue) of Mr Geoghegan is, when stripped of its heroics, very simple indeed. As far as one might suppose Mr Geoghegan to have any knowledge of what he wrote about, he was quite accurate, e'en to the extent of his large hospital experience gained in the early days of Hannan's. Now, as I will not in-. dulge in heroics, the case will be simpler On Saturday a man was driven to the hos pital with apparently a sore leg, and doubt less very painful, but the secretary stated that before he could admit him he would have to have an order from me (there was nothing whatever to prevent the man getting out a...
Share Market. TUESDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) ADELAIDE, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
Share Market. TUESDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET, (BY URGENT WIRE.) ADELAIDE, March 24. The Western gold stocks market was brisker to-day. and a large business was done. There was a better feeling in stocks right up to closing time. Sales ; Boulder Half-mile South, i11d Boulder North Extended, 2s Sd, 2s 10d Brown Hill Junction, 4s Id, 4s 3d Block 45, 11s Gd. Coolgardie, 46s to SOs. Golden Zone, paid, 8s Great Boulder Norseman, Is Gd, Is 10d, is 6d. Ivanhoe, 25s 6d, 28s Kirkpatrick Mount Benson, paid 5s Gd Maritana Central. 2s 3d. 2s Sd Maritana Extended, 2s ld Premier South. 1s 11i1 Rose and Shamrock, 2s id Royal Dane. 4s (id, con 2s lid Southern Boulder, Is 3d Three Colonies, Os 7d, Os Gd, Gs 8d Three Colonies Extended. Os 3d Brokens. 49s Lake View, 44s, 69s, 72s, 71s Croesus, 120 101d Boulder, ex div. £6 13s, £6 ills, closing £6 15s buyer United Scotchman, con 4s 9d Crmsus Extended, lid Norseman, con 3s 3d, 3s 4d Ivanhoe Southi Extended, 2s Id, 2s 4d Block 45, 11s bd Boulder North Extended...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
T O SUCCESSFUL MINING MEN, SPECULATORS, OR PERSONS WISHING TO FIND A MOST PROFIT ABLE INVESTMENT. 10 Acres (about) of the Finest Land, 2} miles from the General Post Office, Adelaide, South Australia, with a comfortable and well-built Dwelling-House and all neces sary out offices. All the Land is full planted with the choicest fruit trees and most valued kind of vines. The Undersigned have received instruc tions from the Proprietor to offer for sale the above PROPERTY, which consists of portion of Section 281, Hundred of Ade laide, on the Main Road to Payneham, fronting the tramway line, containing 9a Sr 7p. This block has during the last four years been thoroughly prepared and planted with the choicest fruit trees and vines, chosen by an experienced nurseryman, having in view the formation of a garden which would yield a large income in the near future. The HOUSE has Five Rooms and two lean-tos, stables, fowl houses, etc., and in cluding about J acre of land, is enclosed in a galva...
MONDAY'S MELBOURNE MARKET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) MELBOURNE, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
MONDAY'S MELBOURNE MARKET. (BY URGENT. WIRE.) MELBOURNE, March 24. Hannan's Consols, 2s 8d Hanuan's South, buyer 3s Gd, seller 4s Boulder, buyer £6 18s, seller £7 Ivanhoe, buyer 26s Lake, buyer 65s Maritana, seller l1s Menzies, pro buyer 17s Tindals, buyer 7s 2d, seller 7s 54 Broken, 50s Block 10, 98s £51 British, 18s (hi Junction North, 13s Gd North, 17s 3d Lyells, £6 to £5 18s Gd South Lyell. 28s to 29s Prince Lye'l, 4s (id to 3s 9d Trams, £11 8s to Li 11s Flux, l5s 3d Water, 14s 3d, 14s 9d
CABLEGRAMS. March 23, 7 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
CABLEGRAMS. March 23, 7 a.m. The Caliph has proclaimed a holy war against the combined Egyptian and British forces who are now invading Dongala. This has rendered the situa tion more serious, and it is expected will augment considerably the number and enthusiasm of the Soudanese. Several Arab tribes have, notwithstand ing, volunteered to assist the British. Colonel Sir H. H. Kitchener, who has charge of the operations in the Soudan, has asked for forty additional British officers to take charge of Egyptian troops. Russia concurs with. France in claim ing that there should be unanimity amongst the Powers as to the disposal of the Egyptian reserve funds and that a campaign in the Soudan shiould not be undertaken without their sanction. Germany has explained that she has assented to whatever is the wish of Italy. Lonox, March 24, 5.30 a.m. The Prince of Monte Carlo has re neied the Gaming Company's lease f&lt; r 50 years for an annual concession of £80,000. [The lease of the ga...