ITEMS OF EWL. - Bail Estreated.-Before Mr. G. H. Rainsford, J.P., in the Boulder Police Court Thursday morning a man charged with drunkenness, who failed to appear, had his bail money of ten shillings estreated. Schoolboy Injured.--While . A. Normansell was riding his motor ,crcle ai ng Lane-street Thursday afternoon a schoolboy named Dooherty ran in front of" the machine from behind a motor car, and was struck by tfle foot-rest of the cycle. The lad was knocked down and injured his head. He was taken to his home. Medical at tention was not required. Powers of Traffic Inspectors.-At the meeting of the Boulder Muni cipal' Council Thursday, it was de cided to appoint Messr;. Thompson (Kalgoorlie Traffic Inspector) and Simpson` (Roads Board Inspector) to act in connection with traffic offences in the Boulder district, the inspectors to report to the council before taking proceedings. Three Days' Imprisonment. Charles Henry White. who was the subject of the Coroner's strictures in the recent inquest touching the death of Arthur Binns, who was killed as the result of a motor cycle accident in Lane-street, Boulder, was on Friday brought before Mr. G. H. Rainsford, J.P., in the Boul der Police Oourt, when, on a charge of drunkenness, he was sentenced to three days' imprisonment.
A.N.A.--Thd vice-president, Mr. F. E. Young, was in the chair. at the meeting of the Boulder branch of this-association, held at Boulder on Thursday--night. .The secretary tro Ported nine members on the sick list, and accounts for £25 were passed for payment. Mr. E. R, Glo per was elected as a new member, and a number of nominations for membership were received. A syl- - labus was drawn up, covering the next three months. Mrs. Alco-k (president) had charge of the meet ing of the . women's branch, where the usual matters of business re ceived attention: Broad Arrow-Ora Banda Road.--, According to a statement made by Mr. John Argus to his fellow mem bers of the Kalgoorlie Roads Board last Friday evening,' a por tion of the Broad Arrow-Ora Banda road has been allowed to drift/into a disreputable state of disrepair. The work was carried out a couple. of years ago by a private contractor under. the auspices of the Main Roads Board. The conditiont in cluded provision for maintenance for a few months afar the oomple tion of the job. The obligation to maintain hid now expired. Mem bers of the board decided to ask Mr. ?Pitelkow, district engineer for the Main Roads Board, to make an inspection of the road in& ques tion. W.A. University Rifle Team. Six members of the W.A. University team who have just participated in the series of inter-'Varsity shoots at the Port Adelaide. ranges in South Australia, came through Kalgoorlie Thursday by the trans-Australian train. During their stay. here they were motored .round the Golden Vile and inspected the Perse vlerance Isurfaoe plant under the guidance of the acting Mayor of Kalgoorlie, Cr. E. E. Brimage, who is also president of the Eastern Goldfields Rifle. Club's Union. Later they were entertained at the Kalgoorlie Towrn Hall in the pres ence of Cr. F. W. Allsop, M.L.C., chairman of the N.R.A. Executive of the N.R.A. of W.A. The cap tain of the team, Mr. George S. Manners (a Kalgoorlie bog) con fessed that, apart from visibility questions, the winners of the tournament had put up aC record it would be hard to beat. Neverthe - less, when all the Universities of the Comnmonwealth- assembled at Swanbourne in West Australia to take off. the championship, the home boys might be hard to beat. Those who passed -through Kal- . goorlie yesterday were :-Messrs. G. S. Manners (captain), J. A. Corbet (vice-captain and manager), W. i. Anderson, A. K. Wansbrough, C. T. Buckinghazi and W. Chester. Re maining membelrs of the team yet to arrive are :-Messrs. W. R. Hudson, W. T. Dumphy and 1. Thomas. District Health Matters.-At the fortnightly msetingi of the Kalgoor-. lie Road - District Local Board of Health, held on Friday, the inspec tor's report for the fortnight end ing June 6 .was adopted as fol lows :--"Infectious Diseases: One case of 'scarlet fever wag 'eported at the . office-during the -fortnight. The patient is- being treated at home. -Unlicensed Piggery:: An - in spection was? made on the: 27th May of J: Marehoid's pranises situated on the Borara pipe track, Trafalgar,. iupon which he has about forty' pigs of various ages. Some timie hi I spoke to Mar choni re registeriiig thii premises he had at that time about thirty pigs and . said he was -making ar rangementfi to sind -them below. Tliis deal' eidently fell thioigh. 1 have issued a notice on him tO apply for redgistration.- Mareho4 dops not app~eiir tq realie his posua tidn, the lowest fine thie court cao inflict on him is ?£5. I believe he id a turned down miier and, as a fur. ther warning, I wouid au·seit that the b'oard issue a"fiisl notioe, ro quiring him to r~egister his premises within seven days of the date of the notioe. Fenoe in Dilapidated Con dition: in the early part of laeL week I spoke to the :owier of .oi "674 Bould~r-road :ire the conditioin of :the .fne sutrrouiadifig '?s pro. perty. k 5,e" formed me thi. he would repair it. The best part of a fsrtnight has gone by and nothing appears to: have been done. I woulmi therefore itaggest thatle he giy notise inder sec;ion 190"of the Roads Distriot Act to cause thim fence to be repaired within & thi specified by the boardL"