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Kanowna Police Court. SATURDAY, MARCH 21. (Before Messrs Fielding, R.M., and Harper, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
Kanowna Polce Court. SATURDAY, MARCH 21. (Befere Messrs Fielding. R.M., and Harper, J.P.) Harry Waldock, charged with selling liquor. and not being a person licensed to do so, on March 4, was fined Vi or one month. Goodfellow v. Johnson.-Assault on Feb ruary 28, at Kanowna. Fined is, and 4s costs. Goodfellow v. Morris.-At Kanowna, on February 28-threatening language. Dis missed.
Balagundi News. March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
Balagundi News. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] March 22. A meeting of the Progress Committee was held at the Balagundi Hotel on Saturday, 21st inst. The following resolutions were carried :-" That steps be taken by the com mittee to 1- ave the names of all those eligible placed upon the electoral lists, and to obtain all necessary information as to qunfificatiotis." " That a sub-committee, composed of Messrs George Stevenson, Pardoc. Thomas, and Johnson, be requested to choose the nost suitable site for the town. and the sinking of a well or construction of a dam, and re port accordingly at the next meeting. There being no further business the meeting then closed. Since my last, some good developments have taken place in this distriet. The Pare Gift are still sinking for water. They have also constructed a large dam, which should be a great. source of supply for the mine. The Paris Gift Extended have struck splendid gold in a crosscut from the shaft 86 feet deep. This property has be...
Kurnalpi. March 15, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
Kurnalpi. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) March 15, 1896. Very heavy storms were experienced here on Thursday and Friday and the roads were so bad that the mails from Kalgoorlie arrived 12 hours behind time. The late Mr Simon lf'Gregory, who died here on the 13th instant, was buried yester day. The service was read by the Registrar. The deceased was well liked throughout Kurnalpi. Some five leases have been sold during the week. Mr J. J. O'Brien, acting on behalf of the Mayor of Perth, Mr H. J. Saunders, bought The Italians for a big flgure. The Registrar's office has presented a very busy appearance this week and the amount of business transacted lis been very great. Mr George Gray has beenexceedingly busy with his various companies, and the last I heard of hinm was about to deliver an address on the golden resources of Westralia before the Imperial Institute. Much is being mrde uere of the water rights granted to Mr Gray's company by the Government, and the impression has been creat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
"KALGOORLIE MINER" NEWS AGENCY. The following NEWSPAPERS and MAGAZINES may be bad at THE KALGOORLIE MINER NEws AGENcY OrFicE immediately on arrival of the mail. Sub scriptions also received for posting to any address on the fields Adelaide Observer Nineteenth Century Age N.Q. Register Auckland Weekly News New Budget Australasian New York Police Gazette Australian Mail Argus Otago Witness Ally Sloper Answers Pick Me Up Pearson's Weekly Black and White Pall Mall Gazette Bulletin Puck Bendigonian British Australasian Quiz Bird o' Freedom Queenslander Barrier Miner Reynolds' Canterbury Times Referee Cornhill Review of Reviews Dublin Freeman S.A. Chronicle S.A. Register Family Herald Sketch Sportsman Graphic Sydney Mail Glasgow Weekly Mail Sunday Times Snap Shots Hawklet Strand Harper's Magazine Scraps St. Paul's In Town Investor's Review Tit Bits Illustrated Bits To-Day Illustrated London News Tasmanian Mail Idler Town and Country Trutt (Sydney) Journal Amusant Truth (London) Lloyds Wes...
The Broken Hill Water Scare. BROKEN HILL, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
The Broken Hill Water Scare. (BY TELEGRAPH.) BROKEN HILL, March 19. Interviewed concerning the wash away of the nightsoil depSt, Mr Whitehead, the engineer for the water supply, said he was convinced that not a thimble full of night soil reached the reservoir. There are about 20 fever patients in the hospital at present. Last month three deaths occurred in the hospital, which is now crowded, there being already ten more cases than the committee told the surgeons to admit. Numerous patients were refused, the free beds being fulL In several cases appli cauts were turned out of boarding houses and the police secured their admission into the hospital as Government cases.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
KANOWNA HOTEL T. DOYLE, Proprietor. Only the best brands of Wines and Spirits kept on the Premises. First-class Mineral Waters manu factured on the premises. BILLIARDS. Accommodation for Travellers a Speciality. Good Stabling. Horses and Buggies always ready. N.B.-T. Doyle having secured the above Hotel, hopes by strict attention to business to merit the patronage of his numerous friends and the public generally. First-Class Billiard Table; First Class Piano; Best Concert-Room in W.A. THE KALGOORLIE SALOON jANNAN-STREET, now open, and a plentiful supply of WINES, BEER and CORDIALS Is always on hand. An inspection invited. CHAS. F. SPEED, Proprietor. E. A. GILINGHAM ROYAL MAIL HOTEL, HAYES' FIND. None but the best Wines, Beers and Spirits on hand. Good accommodation for travellers. there is a Store attached to the dotel MULLED ALE AND PORTER, HOT SPICED WINE, 9d. PER GLASS, AT J G. ALDERDICE'S (Late L. GEOGnEGAN) BLACK SWAN SALOON, KALGOORLIE. H FEIN, Prince of Wales Bar and " Dining...
HAWKESBURY RACES. SYDNEY, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
HAWKESBURY RACES. SYDNEY. March 22. The Hawkesbury Races were run on Satur day. Results: PLYING HANDICAP. Six furlongs. Aurea (J. Gainsfeed) ... ... ... 1 Moorefield (J. Gough) ... ... ... 2 Rock Rose (Delaney) ... ... ... 3 Eleven others started. Betting : 8 to I Aurea. Won by half a head. Time, 1min 171see. BRUSH HURDLES. Two miles. Thorn (Milrey) ... ... ... ... 1 Goldstaen (Fergus)... ... ... ... 2 Mirror (Gallon) ... ... ... ... 3 Four other starters. Betting: 5 to 2 against Mirror, 4 to 1 Thorn. Won by 3 lengths. Time, 2min 53sec. SPORTSMAN'S HANDICAP. Seven furlongs. Schoolboy (Delaney) ... ... ... 1 Roseberry (McFarlane) ... ... ... 2 Highland Laddie (Sid. Smith) ... ... 3 Ten others started, Betting : 5 to 2 against Schoolboy, 3 to 1 Roseberry. Won by half a head. Time, 1min 32sec. HAWKESBURY AUTUMN HANDICAP. Of 350 sovs; one mile five furlongs. Mr W. Forrester's ch c Aulus, by Mozo Industry, 4yrs, ist 71b (Callinan) ... 1 Mr J. Hill's ch g Jack o' Lantern, 3yrs, 8st 111b (...
PERTH BICYCLE RACES. PERTH, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
PERTH BICYCLE RACES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PERTH, March 18. The Bicycle Club held a meeting yesterday. Results: Novice Race, 1. mile.-Flanagan, 160yds, 1; E. J. Thomson, 6Oyds, 2; L. Spencer, I80yds, 3. Lap Race.-J. Mayes, 5yds, 1; W. W. Thompson, 25yds, 2; R. S. Lampson, 35yds. 3. Boys Race, 2 laps.-A. Cooper, scratch, 1; W. Attwood, 10yds. 2 ? J. McKenna, 6Oyds, 3. Two MILES HANDICAP.-C. H. Carrick, 200yds, 1; J. Hayes, 200yds, 2; R. J. Brown, 140yds, 3. A protest against Shelton was upheld. ROADSTER HANDICAP, 1 mile.-H. H. Bolton, 100yds, I: W. B. Barrett, 80yds, 2; H. Saunders, li0yds, 3. OBSTACLE SCRATCH RACE, 1 mile.-R. J. Brown, 1; R. G. Sampson, 2. CLUB HANDICAP, 3 miles.-E. Mayes, 180yds. 1; C. H. Carrick, 280yds, 2; J. Hayes, 280yds, 3. INTERNATIONAL SCRATCH RACE, 5 miles. -W. C. Rose (West Australia), 1 : A. E Sampson (South Australia), 2; C, F. Best (England), 3.
CYCLING RACES. SYDNEY, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
CYCLING RACES. [BY TELEGRAPH. SYDNEY, March 22. The Autumn Carnival in connection with the Sydney league was brought to a conclu sion this afternoon at the Agricultural Grounds in the presence of a splendid atten dance. About 10,000 people attended, in cluding His Excellency the Governor and suite. Following are the results FEDERAL STAKES (final).-Martin, scratch 7 ; Needham, 2; Barkell, 3. SYDNEY Cup, 1 mile.-Martin, scratch, 1; Parsons, scratch, 2; Stapleton, ISOyds, 3; Larkins, 35Oyds, 4. This was a magnificent race. Time, 2min 2Ssec. FIVE MILEs.-Martin, 1; Parsons, 2; Meg son, 3. This event engendered tremendous excitement, Martin only winning by half a length. THREE MILES.-N. Matheson, 180yds, 1; Lynch, 220yds, 2; Chapman, 120yds, 3. TANDEM RACE.-Martin and Harris. I ; Lewis and Potta, 2; Megson and Payne, 3.
THE AUSTRALIAN TEAM. MELBOURNE, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
THE AUSTRALIAN TEAM. [BY TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, March 17. Mr Musgrove, manager of the Australian .Eleven, accompanied by Johns, Trott, and Kelly, left Melbourne by this afternoon's Adelaide express to join the other members of the team on board the Cuzco. There was a large crowd at the station to bid them good bye. ADELAIDE. March 19. The Australian Eleven left for England by the Cuzco to-day. The South Australian contingent and those members of the team from the other colonies who had not gone on board the previous night were given a hearty send off by an enthusiastic crowd. At the railway station and on the steamer the success of the eleven was drunk at the request of Mr Evan, chairman of the Cricketing Association. The team, he said, was going to England to show that Aus. tralia had not lost its cricketing powers, and they had not the least doubt that they would bring back the laurels of victory. Trott replied that they were going to England to play cricket and to play for the ho...
SPORTING. EPSOM RACES. (BY TELEGRAPH.) MELBOURNE, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
SPORTING. EPSOM RACES. (1y TELEGRAPH.) MELBOURNE, March 17. The following are the results of the race meeting held at Epsom: HANDICAP HURDLE RACES.-Lord Byron 1, Benecia Boy 2, Effie 3. TRIAL HANDICAP.-Plain Kate 1, Boutou 2, Ayralta 2. WELTER HANDICAP. - Glory 1, Beau Brummel 2, Bangle 3. STEEPLECHASE.-Triangle 1, Seasong 2, Oak 3. EPSOM HANDICAP.-Pickles 1, Miss Glad stone 2, Disparity 3. MORDIALLOC HANDICAP. - MOnah 1 Roseleaf 2, Captain Swift 3.
MENTONE RACES. MELBOURNE, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
MENTONE RACES. MELBOURNE, March 22. The Mentone Races were held on Saturday. Results: THIAL STAKES. Five and a quarter furlongs. Termagat t (Redfearn) ... ... ... 1 Little King (Dawes) ... .... ... 2 Sir Henry (Shaw) ... ... ... ... 3 Five others started. Betting : 3 to 1 Little King and Terma gant, 6 to 1 the others. Won by half a length. Time. Imin 5*secs. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, One mile and a half. Snip, 9st 9lb (Finn) .... ... ... 1 Bingara, 1lst 31b (Barbour) ... ... 2 Woonooke 10st 121b ... ... ... 3 Ten others started. Bcttiug : 2 to 1 against Bingara, 5 to 1 Woonooke, 10 to 1 Snip. Won by a neck. Time, 2min Slsec. WELTER HANDICAP. Six and a half furlongs. Eldon, 8st 9ub (Saunders)... ... ... 1 Dunedin, 8st 31b (Osborne) ... ... 2 Danbydale. 9st S1b (Kirk)... ... ... 3 Eleven others started. Betting: 7 to 2 against Eildon, 3 Ito 1 Daubydale. Won by a length. Time, 1min 25fsec. HANDICAP STEEPLE. About two miles. Seasons, lOst 71b (Barbour) ... ... 1 Norman, list 101b (Edge)... ...
OVERWEIGHING A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
OVERWEIGHING A HORSE. At the Horsham races to-day, in the Fly ing Handicap of half a mile, the handicapper accorded Tommy a comfortable weight of 6st 91b. The horse wys made favorite, and when the jockey came to weigh the clerk of the scales piled up the weights until the supply of metal must have nearly run out, the rider carrying exactly (st 41b over weight, no doubt out of sheer consideration for the handicapper. Tommy, however, ingeniously failed in the race. What weight Tommy would have got next time had he won it is impossible to conjecture.
COOLGARDIE NEWS. COOLGARDIE, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
COOLGARDIE NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [BY TELEGRAPH.1 COOLGARDIE, March 22. Dr Simon, the 'rench expert, has been summoned to Paris, and he leaves here in a few days. He expects to be away about three months. A battery, capable of treating 400 tons per week, is being erected at the Three Colo n ias mine, at the Norseman. Mr Powell, the new managor of the Londonderry, has arrived. He comes from Mount Lyell, Tasmania. Bayley's No. 1 South have crushed 130 tons for 455ozs of smelted gold, equal to 3.ozs per ton. The Excelsior mine at Bardock, owned by McDonald and Co., late of Hill End, wi start crushing in a fortnight. A five-h battery is erected, and works smoothly There is a good supply of water at the 200 feet level. Mr Traylen, M.L.A., has arrived in Cool gardie for the purpose of laying before the M. unicipal Council his scheme for supplying the town with several million gallons of fresh water daily. He proposes pumping water from the eastside of the DarlinglRange, a distanc...
SATURDAY, MARCH 21. (Before Mr L. R. Davis, Warden.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
SATURDAY, MARCH 21. (Before Mr L. R. Davis. Warden.) Hearing of objection by Alfred Ramsden to the granting of lease 3004, applied for by Wm. Austin. Mr Harney for the objector ,Mr Hare for the defendant. It was agreed by the parties that the evi ence taken on March 18 on an objection to ease 3063 be taken as evidence in this case n addition to any further evidence which jay now be adduced. lMx Hare asked for a case to be stated as to when the seven days preferent right granted to a miner under the provisions of Clause 69 of the Regulations of November 1893, begins to run :-(A.) From the date of the decision of the Governor in CounciL Or, (B), from the date of receipt of notice by the applicant of such decision. Or (c.) should such such notice, if any, emanate from the office of the Warden of the goldfield in which such lease is situate, .r is notice obtained on search at the central office of the Mines De partment sufficient to entitle the applicants for forfeiture to peg out and a...
FOUND DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 26 March 1896
FOUND DEAD. This morning it was reported to the police at Fremantle that an elderly man, Jew Chitty,had been founddeadatFerres' Slaughteryard, near Beaconsfield. The deceased had been engaged tending pigs and doing general work round the yard. he complained of feeling unwell for a few days past. Early this morning he was discovered dead in bed with a bottle of laudanum lying along side. The inquest was formally opened in the Police Court before Acting-Coroner Fairbairn and a jury. After the latter had viewed thy; body, an adjournment was made.