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RECORD RAILWAY BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 September 1895

RECORD RAILWAY BUILDING. Wilkie Bros, notify that 43 miles of the Coolgardie railway line will be open for traffic on Monday next.

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New South Wales. PRAYER FOR RAIN. SYDNEY, Sept. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 September 1895

New South Wales. PRAYER FOR RAIN. Sydney, Sept: 10. The Government have requested the ministers of religion of the various de nominations to issue a proclamation declaring that Sunday next shall be set apart as a day of humiliation and prayer for rain. ? = ? -f

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 September 1895

JAMES Mc DONALD,   Grocer and General STOREKEEPER, and                 WATER CONDENSER       HANNAN STREET, HANNAN'S       Everything at the most reasonable rates. MULLED ALE and PORTER,   HOT SPICED WINE, 9d. Per Glass, at G. ALDERDICE'S           (Late L. Geoghegan) BLACK SWAN SALOON, KALGOORLIE. DAVID CHANDLER   BUTCHER, WHITE FEATHER is prepared to supply the best of meat   NONE BUT THE BEST BEEF AND MUTTON KEPT. M. D O N E L L A N'S   CRITERION HOTEL, KANOWNA, (White Feather), Under the Patronage of Hons. E.   H. Wittenoom, Minister of Mines and H. W. Venn, Commissioner of Rail ways, and all the Principal Mining men on the fields. The House contains 16 Beautifully Furnished Rooms, inc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 September 1895

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN BANK     Established 1841. Head Office: PERTH ; Branches at   BEVERLEY BUNBURY BUSSELTON COOLGARDIE CUE DONGARA FREMANTLE GERALDTON DAY DAWN KALGOORLIE   NEWCASTLE NORTHAM SOUTHERN CROSS WHITE FEATHER YORK. MENZIES     ESPERANCE Agents in : London, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, and all the Australian Colonies. This Bank issues drafts on all its Agents and Branches, purchases gold or receives it for consignment and makes advances against it, and transacts all banking   business.   H. D. HOLMES, General Manager. BANK OF AUSTRALASIA   Incorporated by Royal Charter 1835. Paid up capital ... ... £1,600,000 Reserve fund .... ... 800,000 Reserve liability of pro- prietors under charter. 1,600,000 £4,000,000   A Branch of the Bank is now open at KALGOORLIE (Hannans) for the   transaction of all usual Banking   business....

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THE KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 September 1895

T HE         KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1895.   This town is rapidly taking its place as the capital of the goldfields of   Western Australia, and has already become such an important centre that the appearance of the Kalgoorlie Miner, the first and only daily paper printed and published on the East Coolgardie field, will cause no surprise.   Already the mines of the district are so remarkable that they have thrown into the shade all properties in less favoured localities. To-day it is the Hannans mines, and the phenomenal   success which has attended their re- turns that have kept the great interior goldfields of Western Australia before the public. But for these the collapse of the Londonderry, Bayley's, and a few other well-known properties would have caused a general withdrawal of money from these fields, and thus have given gold mining a check s...

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Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 September 1895

Items of News Warden Jephson, who has been attending the Coolgardie Quarter Ses- sions for a couple of days as a witness in the case of perjury against Walter Holmes, returned to Hannans on Thursday night. The question of a daily mail was brought up by the Mayor at the coun- cil meeting on Wednesday evening, when it was unanimously decided to apply to the Postmaster-General for it at once. During the past week or so thera has been quite a scarcity of water at Han- nans, the condensers, of whom there are now very few in the district, hav ing bsen unable to meet the demand, probably on account of the great in flux of population. A few more condensing plants are being put up and it is expected that in a few days there will be plenty of water avail- able. There is practically an un- limited supply of salt water at the Government bore, but the difficulty is to draw the water, as there is no pump provided. The Municipal Council is, however, moving in this direction, and at its last meetin...

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TELEGRAMS. WEST AUSTRALIA. PERTH, Sept. 11. ASSOCIATED MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 September 1895

TELEGRAMS.   From our Special Correspondent.] WEST AUSTRALIA. Perth, Sept. 11. ASSOCIATED MINES.   Geo. Gray, manager of the Colonial Finance Corporation, has been ap- pointed engineer and legal manager of the Associated Mines.

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KALGOORLIE RAILWAY. PERTH, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 September 1895

KALGQORLIE RAILWAY.   Perth, September 12.   The Loan Act Amendment Bill for the extension of the railway to Kal- goorlie was passed by the Council yes terday.   Perth, Sept. 13. In the Assembly yesterday the Com-   missioner of Railways produced the Kalgoorlie Railway Bill, and thought it was only necessary for him to say a few words. In moving the second reading he laid the plan of the pro- posed route on the table. The surveys had not been made and there were no engineering difficulties, the country being fairly undulating. The work would be put in hand as soon as the Coolgardie line was handed over to the Government. Mr Moran thanked the Government for so promptly dealing with the matter. He thought it ad- visable to make a move before the Coolgardie line was handed over, and pointed out that it was unlikely the contractor for Coolgardie line would hand over one day before his contract time. The Goldfields Bill passed its secon...

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THE WOOLLOOMOOLOO TRAGEDY. THE QUACK MEDICINES MAN WORK. DESTROYED, DESERTED MURDERED. SYDNEY, Sept. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 September 1895

THE WOOLLOOMOOLOO TRAGEDY. THE. QUACK MEDICINES MAN WORK. DESTROYED, DESERTED, MURDERED.   [By Telegraph.] Sydney, Sept. 12. In the Woolloomooloo Nicholls case evidence of a sensational nature was given by the woman Chapman, the caretaker of the abortionists house, who confessed what is known of' the crime. She was examined at length, and according to her story, Sheridan, the procurer of abortion went to her and asked if she would provide accommo- dation, and take charge of a pregnant   woman under his care. She demurred at first, but at length Chapman yielded to Sheridan's solicitations and provided a room for deceased, who entered her house on the following   Monday, occupying a room on the ground floor. Nothing was told her as   to what happened between the time of   the girl's entrance, and Friday morning when Chapman found her lying, in her bed cold and rigid. Hurrying to Sheridan she told him   what ...

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BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION. THE DAGGER OF SHOUTING. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 September 1895

BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION. THE DANGER OF SHOUTING. The hearing of the charge against Austin Chapman, M.P., of alleged treating during the late elections was proceeded with yesterday. Mr Under- wood, an elector of Braidwood, said the person who represented himself as Chapman's agent, shouted drinks, and said it was the member's shout. The Bench reserved its decision.

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BUSH FIRES. HEROIC RAILWAY MEN [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 September 1895

BUSH FIRES.   HEROIC RAILWAY MEN.   Some details of the devastation   caused through bush fires are to h- from the country. A train going from   Bathurst to Sydney yesterday, ran the gauntlet in the mountains where the country was on fire,and raging fiercely   on both sides of the line. The driver   put on full steam and rushed through the flames, both he and engine-man   were injured, their hair being burnt   off, and their clothes catching fire.     Two passengers also suffered injuries     through their clothes igniting. The flames were soon extinguished, how ever.

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Victoria. FOGERY AND BIGAMY TWO BIGAMISTS AT ONCE. MELBOURNE, Sept. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 September 1895

Victoria. FORGERY AND BIGAMY. TWO BIGAMISTS AT ONCE.   Melbourne: Sept. 12.   Rob't. Chissolhe, arrested on a charge of deserting his wife, has been re- manded for a week on a charge of bigamy. John Summers, a young man, was committed for trial for forgery and alleged bigamy.

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South Australia. THE SHARE MARKET ADELAIDE, Sept. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 September 1895

South Australia.   THE SHARE MARKET     ADELAIDE, Sept. 11.     Hannans Central Con, 5s, 5s 3d ; Ivanhoe South Con, 7s. 9d, 8s 6d, 7s 3d; Monte Christo, paid 5 s ; Norse-   man Con 8s ; Great;Coolgardie, 2s 2d, 2s 3d; Axiom paid 1s 7d ;Boulder Central Con 7s 3d; 7s 6d ;-Block 45,   7s 8d, 7s 9d ; Bayley's Reward 8s 9d ; Bank of England, 7s 6d ;. Croesus, 13s 6d, 18s 9d, 18s ; Coolgardies, 36s, 37s     9d, 36s 3d; Fortune of War, 4s 3d;   Golden Bar, 17s, 16s 8d, 17s 9d Great Boulder, £7 9s, £7 10s, £7 5s   Ivanhoe; 29s 9d, 34s,. 34s-6d ;: Lake Views, 33s, 37s 6d, 39s; Lon- donderry Consols, 3s 5d,.3s 6d, 3s 1d ; Londonderry S0uth Extended, 2s 2½d. 2s 2d ; Lady Mary, 10s 10½d; 11s 4½ 11s ; Mt Charlotte East, 1s 10d, Moons, 9s, 9s 3d; 8s 11d; Mar...   con, 18s 6d, 19s 3d; 19s 1½d ; Mon-       ...

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CABLES. ANARCHIST ACTIVITY IN PARIS. ATTEMPT TO DESTROY ROTHS CHILD'S BANK. GOVERNOR BUXTON BEING FAREWELLED. LONDON, Sept. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 September 1895

CABLES.   ANARCHIST ACTIVITY IN   PARIS. ATTEMPT TO DESTROY ROTHS CHILD'S BANK.   GOVERNOR BUXTON BEING FAREWELLED. London, Sept. 11. An anachist recently made an at- tempt to explode a bomb in Roths- child's Bank, in Paris. He was taken     into custody, and in his confession to the police states his name is Boutilese. The attempt to wreck the bank is the result of a plot by the anarchists directed against property. The at- tempt if successful, would have been followed by other dynamite outrages. In his confession he names several leaders of the movement. The Paris police are displaying great activity watching the movements of suspected anarchists. After the confession of Boutilese they expect to make several important arrests in the course of a few days. The Prench War Office is consider- ing a scheme for organising a French   Colonial Army Corps. The Paris Press is loud in its approval of the scheme, an...

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STODDART'S TEAM V. ENGLAND London, Sept. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 September 1895

' STODD ART'S TEAM V. ENG- LAND London, Sept. 11.   The match between Stoddart's Eleven and an All England combina- tion was continued to-day, when Eng- land increased their score to 220 before   the last wicket fell. Stoddart's Eleven     then went to the wickets, and six men   retired for 120, when stumps were drawn for the day. Scores : England, — W. Read, 76 -; S. M. J. Wood, 67 ; Townsend, 1 ; Pougher, 6 ; Martin, 10; Mould, 0. Richardson, 6 wickets for 99 ; Peel, 2 for 69; Lockwood, 2   for 35. Stoddart's Eleven, second innings— M'Laren, 7 ; Ward, 6 ; Brockwell,   29; Stoddart, 19; Brown, 0 ; Peel,       8 ; Ford, not out, 4 ; sundries, 1 ; total, 120. Sept. 12.           The not out men Ford and Lock- wood brought the score to 289, when   Stoddart declared the innings clo...

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CRICKET AVERAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 September 1895

CRICKET AVERAGES.   Gunn heads the averages in first   class cricket with 56 ; McLaren second   with 51; W. G. Grace third with 51 ;   Ward seventh, and Stoddart thirteenth.   In bowling Richardson is fourth, and Peel fifth. The Australian racehorse Paris has   accepted for both the Czarewitch Stakes   and the Lancashire Plate.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 September 1895

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. A meeting of the adherents of the   English Church was held at Cour- thope's store, Maritana-street, on Friday evening to consider the ad- viseableness of building a church at Kalgoorlie. The Rector of Coolgardie, the Rev. Mr Collick, presided, and there was a fair attendance. The Church has a splendid site at the corner of Brooman and Maritana   streets, and it was decided to collect subscriptions at once with a view to erecting an edifice as speedily as   possible. Divine services will be held in the same building on (to-morrow) Sunday.            

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 September 1895

[A Card.] DR. G. W. BARBER has Com- menced the practice of his     profession at Hannans and is at present   resident at the Exchange Hotel, where he may be consulted. As soon as the buildings are completed Dr Barber will have a consulting room in Messrs Aarons and Black's new buildings, 0pposite the Warden's Court. PUBLIC NOTICE               During my absence in the Eastern Colonies my son, DAVID ALEXAN- DER TRAILL, will transact all busi- ness on my behalf and holds my Power of Attorney. ALEX. TRAILL. Broad Arrow Lake, 26th August, 1895. FARES REDUCED TO £1.     ANGUS MILNE has established a Line of Coaches between Han- nans and Coolgardie, leaving Hannans every Sunday, Wednesday and Friday morning at 9 o'clock, returning every alternate day.           &n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 September 1895

WESTERN ARGUS AND     KALGOORLIE MINER. ,                       Office :     HANNAN STREET,       Adjoining Exchange Hotel.             INKS.     STEPHEN'S, ANTONIE'S, and   FEDERAL Blue Black, Red, Violet and Copying.   Prices from 3d upwards.                   BOOKS .               Parcels arrive direct from London by       every mail. Latest publications   &nb...

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Sales of Mines. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 September 1895

Sales of Mines   Mr R. B. Pettigrew, acting on be- half of an Adelaide syndicate, has bought from Messrs Isbel and Bu-   chanan a 12-acre block on the east   side of the Brown Hill Consols. There is a 5ft lode on the property running   parallel with the Brown Hill Consols lode. The same purchaser has also ob- tained a 12 acre lease north of Isbel 's   and on the same lode from Mr David- son and others. The Euclid, a 15 acre lease north of the Isbel and on the Isbel reef, was bought yesterday from Mr Anderson, Mr Davidson and others, by Mr Petti- grew. Our reporter saw some of the ironstone obtained from the property and found it to be impregnated with coarse gold. The lode is 8ft wide. Messrs Bowes Scott and Urquhart this week sold the Boomerang and Womera properties, containing 42 acres to Mr Alex Forrest for £5000 and a tenth interest. The leases ad- join the Brown Hill Consols on the   southern boundary. The sale of...

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