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  • METEOROLOGICAL. KALGOORLIE RECORDS.

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  • FORECAST.

    Fine weather, with south to south-east winds and cold at nights. ... [Article] (13 words)
  • MAIL NOTICES.

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  • Family Notices

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  • MEETINGS, Etc. To-night.

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  • THE Kalgoorlie Miner. (PUBLISHED DAILY.) THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1904. NEW GUINEA.

    The reported killing of a number of natives of New Guinea by those in charge of the Merrie England acts as a public reminder of the fact that the ... [Article] (1674 words)
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  • ITEMS OF NEWS.

    Eight Hours' Day.—The business establishments of Kalgoorlie were closed throughout yesterday in compliment to Labor's annual holiday. The streets ... [Article] (1592 words)
  • SAD TRAMWAY FATALITY. MAN RUN OVER.

    The last trip of the Boulder car to Fimiston yesterday morning was marked by a sad tragedy, in which a married man named Charles Bartley ... [Article] (277 words)
  • Church of England May Fair. CONTINUED ENJOYMENT.

    Liberal patronage was accorded the Church of England May Fair at the Carrington Grounds yesterday. The lady helpers at the several stalls vied ... [Article] (388 words)
  • FISHERMAN SHOT BY A SAILOR. BULLET THROUGH THE HEAD. PERTH, May 3.

    Carl Carlsen, a Swedish sailor of the barque Gogoburn, shot a Swedish fisherman, named Otto Peliss, at Fremantle with a revolver early this ... [Article] (138 words)
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