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  2. U.S.A. & GERMANY

    The Kaiser to-day at Potsdam [?] a replica of the monument of the German. American General Steuben, erected at Washington. ...

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  3. MOROCCO

    Replying to French orit[?] alleging the in[?] of Spain’s notice of intention to occupy [?] south ward of Agadir, under the ...

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  4. AMUSEMENTS

    That the Marlow Dramatic Company has caught on well in Kalgoorlie was proved on Saturday night, when a number of persons were unable to obtain ...

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  5. MINING FATALITY

    The inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the death of William Potter at the Great Boulder mine on August 14 was continued this afternoon ...

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  6. BAND CONTESTS

    The Band Competitions were resumed on Saturday night on the Kalgoorlie Oval, in the presence of a large number of spectators. ...

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  7. APPEAL DROPPED

    In the recent libel case, in which the Hon. R. D. M’Kenzie was awarded one thousand pounds damages against the Kalgoorlie “Miner” the costs and ...

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  8. ROBBERS CAUGHT

    The police to-day surprised seven robbers breaking a safe, in a builder’s premises in Northern Berlin. Shots were exchanged, and two ...

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  9. THE WAR SCARE

    A number of German Reservists in London have been ordered to rejoin the colors, some of them within twenty-four hours. ...

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  10. AFRICAN SHIPPING

    It is understood the Union Castle Co. declined to tender for South African mails owing to the clause in the new Post Office Act against rebates and the ...

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  11. MELBOURNE MYSTERY

    Important discoveries have been made by the detectives in Melbourne [?]ho are engaged in eadeavoring to £&d the body of May Davies, the young woman whom ...

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  12. NEW STEAMER

    It is reported the Union Steamship Company of New Zealand has ordered on the Tyne a 13,600. ton cargo boat with a speed of eleven knots. ...

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  13. AVIATOR KILLED

    Marron, an aerona[?] at Charl[?] to-day [?] and was crushed beneath his aeroplane and incinerated. ...

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  14. CEREBRO MENINGITIS

    An epidemic of cerebro, meningitis at Stowmarket attacked twenty-six people last week end. Five have died and the others are ...

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  15. FOR THE WOUNDED

    The Admiralty announce great [?]forms in the medical service with [?]n effective reserve of doctors and nursing sisters. ...

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  16. STATE POLITICS

    In, 1906 “Silent” Ware, Labor candiate, extinguished Mark Rosenberg for the Kalgoorlie seat, by 2254 votes to 905. Since then Were has hardly been ...

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  17. BOULDER TOWN HALL.

    Boulderites to a man (woman and child) should appreciate the compliment paid the Woods-Williamson Drains[?] Company in its decision to devote the ...

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  18. POISONED ICE

    Ice in wine supposed to have been criminally po[?]soned has pr[?]trated all the members of a Jesuit community [?] Minse[?] ...

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  19. SICK WHILE SHAVING

    Last Saturday. mor[?]ng a man named J. Kate, went into a hairdressing saloon, opposite tie Shamrock Hotel, in Hannan-street, for the purpose of ...

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  20. SLY GROG SELLING

    On Monday, August 28, at the Coolgardie police court, Mr. Walter, [?] M. heard a case in which a man named Frederick George Brown was [?]arged ...

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  21. FLOATING BIPLANE

    The aviator Co[?]eux has made some interesting experiments with a floating biplane called the “Canard.” Stating from Issy-Ies-Moulineaux the alight ...

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  22. LICENSED VICTUALLERS

    On Thursday next a conference of [?]censed Vi[?] will be held [?] the Town Hall, Kalgoorlie for the purpose of deciding what steps shall be [?]ken ...

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  23. HOSPITAL PATIENTS

    The secretary of the Government hospital and sanatorium supplies the following return for the week ending September 3:—General Hospital: Number of ...

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  24. AN EMPIRE BIRTHDAY

    Mr Joseph Chamberlain recently spent his seventy-fifth birthday quietly in his home at Highbury. A unique dinner was given in has ...

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  25. COUNCIL CYCLE

    The office bicycle, belonging to the Kalgoorlie council has been stolen. The police are making inquiries, but so far have not got a clue. But [?] ...

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  26. STRANGERS FROM YORK

    Two strangers to Be alder wandered into the Metropole Hotel on Saturday morning and over the glass of summat they ordered, meekly queried from the ...

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  27. AUSTRALIA’S INVENTIVE GENIUS.

    Egregious failure says the “Age”) has attended the efforts of the Federal Government to stimulate the invective genius of Australia by offering £5000 ...

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  28. THE FINAL RALLY.

    There was a large crows on the Kalgoorlen Oval yesterday afternoon, when the band competitions were concluded. The Broken Hill Band rightly ...

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  29. MR. GREEN SPEAKS.

    Mr. A. E. Green, the sheeted labor candidate for Kalgoorlie, addressed a large open air meeting last Saturday night in Hannan-street. He was in ...

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  30. SUDDEN DEATH

    Nearly 40 years ago William Horne landed in Adelaide from England, and settled down, as a prominent figure in the racing world. He was a first—class ...

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  31. ELECTRA PICTURES.

    To-night the current series of Electra Pictures will be presented for the 3rd time. [?] Roland and The Girl and The Oath are two fine s[?] ...

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  32. MINE ACCIDENT

    On Saturday about midday a young man named Frank Espie, while working on the Horseshoe mine, sustained injuries which caused his being taken ...

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  33. BONDS OF PEACE

    Mr. Andrew Carnegie, in the course of a speech delivered on the occasion of the opening of a new library in [?]effiton Park, which he has given to ...

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  34. ENTERTAINMENTS.

    This week wall witness much [?] in fact for every night [?] the week an entertainment of high [?] [?] be presented. This [?] ...

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  35. LATE SPORT

    A large attendance was present at the Kalgoorlie tracks this morning the horses at work including ma[?]k of the chief Cup candidates. The sand ...

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  36. BROKEN HILL BAND.

    In the evening there was a large attendance at the Boulder Oval when the Broken Hill Band, the members of which have made themselves very ...

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  37. WHAT’S IN A NAME?

    The following advertiseemnt recently appeared in the Melbourne “Argus”:— “I, Arthur Snook, sen., and family, hereby notify the public that on and ...

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  38. DEATH OF A GOLDFIELDSS PIONEER.

    Two boys yesterday afternoon found the body of a man floating in Hamiail’s dam at West Kalgoorlie. It was subsequently identified as that of William ...

    Article : 245 words
  39. HEALTH MATTERS

    At to-night’s meeting of the Kalgoorlie council the medical officer will report for the month of August as follows:— The public healt[?] of the ...

    Article : 311 words
  40. THE MARKETS

    At the last meeting of the Kalgoorlie Council Councillor E. Smith stated that he had heard the assistant auction [?] at the marker make use of ...

    Article : 267 words
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