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RELATIVES ON THE GOLDFIELDBS ANX. O.?S INQUIRIES. -Relatives "of persons who are known: to hve -gone on bboard the Koombana makde?repeated requests to the ''Kalgoorlie Miner" office last :ight for the latest -available :infor mation in regard: to the vesseL -Mem bersof -the& public al'o displayed lii tense interest inkthe question of whe ther.. or note -- the Koombana : had' ,merged scalthless from the fierce blow on the Nor'-West coast that, had carried .death antd vdestruction with it.: "i One of the: Koombana's .passengers was 'Mr. William Patrick Milne, a married man, whose wife and child ren live in Perth. He was about 38 years of age. He -has been for a very long time a member of a Govern inent boring pasty, 'and' did -a lot of this particular ldiss of work on one. of :the overlanid stock routes Fin the-- far.- north. It - is under stood here that he was on his way to Derby when the cyclone burstr over the. Nor'-West coast. Mr. W. P. Milne has a brother, Mr. David Milne, who resides in Robert street, ,,Kalgoorlie. It is stated that the name of the second cook on the Kooinbana, tele graphed 'from 'Perth ana published in yesterday's issue - as "H. Stan berg," should have appeared as "H. Gainsburg." He has a married :sis ter living in Boundary-sti'eet, South Kalgoorlie. Mr. G. H. Jenkins, .wose n.ame figures in' the passenger' list of ,?he Koombana, ,is. a brother to. Nurse Rissell,. of Kalgoorliej and 'the Miss' Jenkins, - whose ' name "-is' .also nmen tioned 'in the list, is her niece; Mr. Jenkins has been for ovdr a decade of, years- stock manager for Messrs. Forrest, Emanuel, and Co., and' he was on his way to Derby to superin tend; shipments. of stock for- the firm,when the Koombana got' caught; in the blow. It .was reported in Kalgoorlie' yes terday that Mr. --Main, -one: of the passengers aboard the Koonmina, was at one- time a'prominent man in this town. He. was a partner for some years of Mr. Binder, with whom he carried onl an assaying business in .the Exchange Buildings,' Han - an-street. Several .sisters - 'of Mr. Mlin ,reside 'in 4Vest. Perth.