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BARDOC NEWS. Bardoc, November 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 19 November 1895
BARDOC NEWS. (Fuom A Corau-:spoxj)ii:\T.) Bardbe,1' November] 7. Mr C, J. Moran, M.L.A., and party arrived here about 8 p.m. yesterday. After-having a rest, andjDai'takingoi' some refreshment,- ' 'Mr Moran addressed a large open-air '? meeting' of his con stituents, the whole of - the town turning out to hear their representative's account of his actions' 'during- 'the past session. At 8 p.m. sharp a Avaggon was placed in front of Mr 'Dudley's hotel. Mr B. Jjcshe, chairman or the Progress (Jom mittee, was appointed to the chair. After the chairman, had' introduced the mem ber for the district, Mr Moran, who on1 rising- was 'met with loud cheers, spoke for 'a period or two' hours on the work of the Perth Par liament during the; last .session, and at the 'conclusion a vote of confidence in the member 'for Yilgarn was passed by the crowd unanimously' on. 'a show of hands. ' . . Previous to the meeting, the Progress Committee, headed by- the chairman, waited oil Mr Moran, and placed the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 19 November 1895
NOW OPEN ! . NOW OPEN!! KALGOORLIE ? BOOT ' P A L A C E, OPPOSITE TELEGRAPH OFFICE, II A N N A N - S T R E E T. The Largest Stock of Well Bought English, Continental, and Colonial Boots outside Perth. Men's Goods in tan, black, and white. . Ladies can fcc Supplied with Boots of Wolfe's, Pollad's, 'strakosoh's, Vernon's and other Celebrated Makes. Also, the Latest Style American Boots are on the way. i^T A Visit of Inspection Cordially Invited. Note the Address — OPPOSITE TELEGRAPH OFFICE, _ ? Hannan-st reet. E FISHER and Co.. o Auctioneers and Mining Agents, To WHITE FEATHER. ] JOHN BO I LEA U and CO. (Late Boileau and Boyd, Dublin), ' DISPENSING CHEMIS T S,'' Hannan-street ' ' II (Next Kalgoorlie Exchange Buildings), . wh Kalgooilie, and Coolgardie. ? f^ Patent and Proprietary Medicines civ , Always on Hand. Prescriptions Accurately Dispensed at All Homs. T LAYBOURNE SMITH (Late of Broken Hill), ^ CHEMIST and DENTIST, Hannan-st, Kalgoorlie. c^ H.Davis ... Manager, And Coolgardie. J...
The Water Supply at Kalgoorlie. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 November 1895
The Water Supply at Kal goorlie. Ifc may- be of interest to those in South Australia who have invested in mining properties to know that a letter on the question of water., supply was oh Thursday received from Mr George Coomber, 'who recently left this colony for Ivalgodrlie.- :and who succeeded Mr Jobsori as Engineer of the Boetaloo waterworks. 1 he letter is dated JLv-xL-. goorlie, 'October'' 29, and states ' That tlie water 'difficulty here is nothing. In my opinion there is any amouut of salt Avater, '.obtainable, the only want being an ^increased, supply of con densers, which -ihe ? Government 'liave1' recently -made-1 liberal' pro ? vision for. With regard ? to water 'for batteries, all the mines can get it if - they only try to do so.' 'In fact, there is. something- wrong that the- Great ?Boulder does nob g(-t plenty of water to keep its full strength ;of b.itteries going. They have struck. an unlimited 'supply of water about two miles south of the Great- Boulder, on the Boul...
Stock Route to West Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 November 1895
Stock Route to Wrest Aus tralia. The expedition to; open up, -a -stock route to Western Australia,' left Adelaide on October' 23.' ' The 'party comprised : —Leader, Mr S. G. Hiibbe ; surveyor, Mr W. R. Murray ; well-borer and gen eral assistant,' Mr C.--T. Langman ; a labourer and. .camel' driver and a com plete equipment1 and 12. cajncls.. - ,The object of the expedition is. to obtain, the. shortest and best water route for stock, i-.lin fnvt.lior ?ynnt.ll til p. l)f-t,f,:M'. bf'f.WOPIl t,llf- Great Northern railway line- and the. Western Australian goldh'elds. It is proposed, in the first instance, that the party should start from Odnadatta and .travel '..'north-westerly to; ; the, .Mus grave ? ranges, ' J and -thence gener ally in a .Avcsterly direction - along tlie- southern . side of the Musgrave,' Mann, and Tomkiiiso'n 'Ranges to the western boundary of tlie colony, where the expedition Avill possibly meet a party proposed' 'to- be- sent by the Western Australian GoA'crnment. ...
Kalgoorlie Warden's Court TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19. (Before Warden Fielding.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 November 1895
Kalgoorlie Warden's Court Tuesday, November 19. (Before Warden Fielding.) Ward -V: ?? Rihgswood. — Application for forfeiture oi! lease 847. ?'?'?' John Henry Ward, -billiard-saloon keeper, residing af Kalgoorlie, -was- on the lease on A.ugus,t'.2(ith, 27th, and 28th. He was there 'two hours on cachVday.. One man was working on the 20th, and no one on either of the other .days. This part of the evidence, was given on the Jotn. un -xuesaay. \vara pro duced search made' in Mining Registrar's office. 'Defendants ' did not appear. Declared i'orfcitabb and recommended. Jessop .' v. Cutbush .—Application ' for forfeiture of lease ,,52o.. Both parties, appeared. .. '». : -'. -?.-:/: --*.'- ... Defendant' ? admitted -that -the lease 'was practically' abandoned, he being the .registered holder. '??'.-..,.'? 'Declared forfeitable andrccommejided.. Holmes v. M'Cofmick and others: — Application for- forfeiture of ? lease - J:(55. No appearance of defendants., Henry Ross Holmes, miner, was on th...
WEST AUSTRALIA. CITY COUNCIL ELECTIONS. PERTH, Nov. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 November 1895
WEST AUSTRALIA. .CITY COUNCIL ELECTIONS.' Perth, Nov. 19. The elections to fill the vacancies in the City Couacil yesterday resulted in the return of Mr Sounders as Mayor, with 1291 votes. Mr Hooley polled ?710 votes, and. Or Hnrst.26.1,, . . - For Councillors, Mr Oldham was elected for the North Ward, defeating Messrs Williams, Me Ness, and. Barker. Mr Wilson was returned 'for tlie East. ?Ward, in opposition to Mr. Melvernan, M.L.C.
NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND, Nov. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 November 1895
NEW. ZEALAND. ; Auckland, Nov. 18. ' . John O'Shea, a carpenter, met with a horrible- . death, yesterday. It ap pears that- he-went- ou fc ,to - .a spring, -at ' Kaamu. to get i having water, when he ovcr-balan.ced and fell' into a boiling cauldron of- water, ills body is plainly, visible through the clear water at the bottom.
Share Market. TUESDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) ADELAIDE, November 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 November 1895
Share Market. TUESDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. ? (13Y URGENT WIRE.) Adelaide, November 19. Lakes, 43s 6d - ? Premier, Ss Sd Ivanhoe South, con. buyers 10s 3d, sellers 13s Boulders. £5 Gs. £3 10s ''. .- j Coolgardie, 41s, 42s Gd . ?- - Maritana. 15s, 16s Croesus Extended, 3s, 2s 3d Reefer's Eureka, con. Ss lOd, 9s Block 45, 15s 3d, 15s 6d, 16s Gd Golden Zone, con. 7s 4d, 7s Gd Mount Benson, 9s lOd Ivanhoe Junction, Is 2d .?Three Colonies. 6s lOd, Gs lid Three Colonies Extended, 4s 3d, 4s 9d Brown Hill Junction, 2s 6d, 2s 7d Maritana North, 3s Gd, 3s lid Hannan's Reward North, 3s Sd, 3s lOd Ivanhoe South Extended, 3s 9d Southern Boulders Is 5d Maritana Central. 2s 4d Royal Dane, paid, 6s 9d, 7s 3d
A SPANIARD SURRENDERS FOR MURDER. THE DEAD BODY FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 November 1895
A' SPANIARD SURRENDERS FOR MURDER.- , THE DEAD. BODY FOUND.. 1 ' L'a'vador'Lapeda, a Spaniard, gave himself up to the police at Behdigo on Saturday, -stating .that- .-he lib ad'' mur-, dered one of his own-cqunbrymen. ,-Thfi police followed his directions,'' an-1 .round tee body ot, the murdered, man. Lapeda was lodged in gaolv 7 -?-? \LyPEB., Thc'^Fuil Court gave application to Sp.eightfor a new trial of the libel case Speight-.; y.. Syme; -',- : 'Judgment- -. was given 'for Syme oil all points, and' : Speight therefore asked for a new trial. .-The^ Court refused. ?: the Application, ' with* costs; against ;the, applicant. ,. .,,_ :'- } Frances f Holm'an, ^butcher, , Ka'llara, coin m i L ted sn icide- by, shooti ng h i niself through the head. The. '? step, taken ;by. the unfortunate man- was- attributed to l the.eifect on his mind causedsby uusuc- . -cessful business, transactions..'-;; . ,v ?' At the 'Prahran Police .Qourt -to-day, - Elizabeth Harding and. Johanna .Gould were com...
ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 November 1895
ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) . Adelaide, November IS. Boulders, £5 5s, £5. 10s. £5 11s, £5 8s, £5 6s Brown Hill Junction, 2s 7d, 2s 9d, 2s Gd Block 45, 16s Gd, 15s 9d Boulder Consolidated, Is 3d, Is 4d Croesus Extended. 3s 2 1, 3s 7£d Coolgardies. 3Ss Gd, 41s 6d, 39s Gd Golden Zone, pro. Ss 7d, con. 7s 6.I.- 7s 5d Haunan's Reward North, 3s 10-1 Ivanhoe South Extended, 3s 9.1, 3s 6d Ivanhoe Junctions, Is Sd, Is 9d, Is Sid Mount Benson, Ss Gd Lake View, 43s 6d Lady Mary, 5s Lady Mary South, 2.s Id Londonderry South Extended, Is Id Mount Charlotte East, ls.od Maritana, 15s 3d .. . Maritana North, 33 9d Maritana Extended, Is 4d Rose and Shamrock, 2s 7d ' Royal Dane, paid 6s 9«.l, (5s 4d, con. 4s lid Reefer's Eureka, 9s 3d. 9s 4d Southern Boulder, Is 4d, Is8d Tinclals, 5s Id, 5s 2d
VICTORIA. SAD CASE OF MURDER AND SUICIDE. MELBOURNE, Nov. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 November 1895
VICTORIA. SAD CASE OF MURDER AND SUICIDE. Mjsluoubke, Nov; 18. . A terribly sad story is- reported from' Richmond.- Catherine i.Teart,--' a single woman,' became a mother, the father of the child being Win. Wright, who on several occasions . promised' -to. marry her. He even went the length of arranging to meet 'her 'at the church. She went,- but Wright failed to' put in an appearance.... Filial! y,. on Saturday the woman strangled ? ,thc , infant, ra'iul then suicided. An inquest will be 'held.: - ' ' '(:- -!lM : ' ?-' ';';''
Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 November 1895
Mining Notes. (by our mixing reporter.) Very rich gold-bearing stone is reported to have been struck at the Kingsley ? Hall Con solidated mine. Broad Arrow. ' '?-. At the Hit or Miss Central mine, at the 180 feet level, fresh water, slightly mineralised, has been struck. ? . -;' . A new development has taken place in. the Boulder Consols,'. No. 1. 'The manager has uroujjiib ul sti.mpi.us ? uuvou liuui mm ou^ '- the 55ft. level, which arc highly mineralised, being impregnated with pyrites. Some oE the samples show gold plainly. In the Rose and Shamrock North mine, at a depth of 27 feet, a good reef has been struck, which, on a bulk assay being made^ gave -a return of over one ounce per ;ton._- The lode formation in' No. 2 shaft gave a 'return -of '(idwts.- * '--' ? -- - - - ? --~-.r - ... . -. Further development on the, -second block of the Golden Eidge miuc'-has 'disclosed'gold- bearing matter as rich as that discovered on tlic first blocilt 'It is 'the intention of ths . 'syndicat...
MOUNT RENNIE OUTRAGE. RELEASE OF THE CABMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 November 1895
MOUNT RENNIE OUTRAGE.. RELEASE OF THE CABMAN. Sweetman, the cab in an who drove the victims of the Mount Ronnie out rage te the site of the, alleged' crime, and who was afterwards sentenced, to. ?1-1 years' imprisonment, 'has been re leased' from prison, the Executive1 Council having decided to remit the remaining four years', of |the; sentence on account' of the prisoner's »„ con tinual ill-health. ' - -
Municipal Council. TUESDAY, Nov. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 November 1895
Municipal Council . Tuesday, Nov. 19^ Present — The Chairman (Mr John Wilson), and Crs. Waldock, M'Kenzie, Roberts, and Fioiister. CORREIPONDENCE. 'Dr. Barber wrote complaining that the public and private hospitals were visited only once or twice a week by the Council's night cart and* the! excreta was buried in a small hole. Cr. M'Kenzie moved — That the letter be brought under the notice of the sanitary inspector and that he be instructed to take steps to have the nuisance abated, and that the letter be referred io the hospital committee. Cr.' Waldock seconded. Carried. v- ?'?'?.-'. In reference to the reception of Sir John Forrest it was decided to receive him on his arrival, and fonn ally wel come him at the Council Chambers, and that the deputation should wait on him in the Wesleyan Church, if that ? building were available for the purpose. - Cr. M'Kenzie stated that numerous complaints had heen made to him re the contractors at pesent employed in burning the scrub in. the vici...
SAD ACCIDENT AT JERVOIS BAY. LIGHTHOUSE-KEEPER SEIZED BY SHARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 November 1895
SAD ACCIDENT AT .JERVO1S BAY. LIGHTHOUSE-KEEPER SEIZED BY. SHARKS. , , ...' , A sad accident occurred- at Cape St. . George lighthouse, Jervois Bay, on Saturday'. 'Edward Bailey, the keeper, took two ofiihis sons to fish ;off the. rocks, a little distance away. Sud denly a huge wave washed them over the rocks, carrying Bailey out to sea.' When he. appeared on the' surface it' was found that his feet were entangled in a fishing? line, which was ma dp. fnsfi to the rocks. The sons, by his direc tion, cut the line, and Bailey started to swim back to the rocks. Suddenly he disappeared, feet first, evidently being taken by sharks, three monsters ' having been seen a few moments pre viously. Bailey leaves a widow and 11 children. - ? -
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 November 1895
MAIL NOTICES. Mails close at Hannan's Post Office — Mails for the United Kingdom, etc., will close on Wednesday. 20th November, at 3.15 p.m. For Kanowna, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 2 p.m. For I.O.U. and Kurnalpi on Thursdays at 9 p.m. The Post Office is open for the delivery of letters and newspapers daily, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ; and on Thursdays and Saturdays extra delivery from 7 to S o'clock p.m. Inward mails arrive from Perth, Coolgar die, etc., at 11.30 a.m. Delivery by letter carrier as soon as possible afterwards. Outward mails for Perth, Coolgardie, etc.. will close at 3.15 p.m. Late letters will be received up to 3.45 p.m.; late fee 2d. Regis tered letters may be posted up to 2.15 p.m. Money orders obtained before 2 p.m. will go forward by outgoing mails. J. H. Leach, ? Acting P.M.
ALLEGED POISONING. THE INFORMANT AND HER UNCLE ARRESTED [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 November 1895
ALLEGED POISONING. THE INFORMANT- AND' HER UNCLE ARRESTED'. . : '? A sensational development occurred at Gunedah on Saturday night in the case of F. Roberts, -who is charged with attempting to poison the family of a neighbouring selector. .The. in formant, Ethel 'Wright-, -''a single! girl, made a statement on Saturday to the police, in which she .- alleged, that Roberts was innocent. , She said. that ll*_l. (.UlOiV-j j_l ? \Jl ILlOCj ^ »V COO \j\JU spiring with her. - The girl .was imme diately arrested, and lodged in gaol all n ght. Her uncle came into1 the town ship yesterday morning, being quite unaware of the' girl's confession. He; was also arrested, -and charged with-, conspiracy, but ? denied all - complicity in the affair. He is an old resident, of .. Gunedah, owning a large selection, and often figures as a local preacher ,in the Wesleyan Church. The arrests'caiisVd ' much surprise, although the general ? feeling is that the charge against Roberts would not be sustained. ;...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 November 1895
TIIHE UNIO^ BANK OB1 AUS X TRALIA, Ltd. A BRANCH of this BANK Is now open at KALGO©RLlE (Hannans). The Bank issues drafts on its Branches ami Agents throughout the Colonies and transacts all usual Banking 'Busi- ness. B. FJNLAYSON, General Manager.' WJ- STERN AUSTRALIAN BANK Established 1841. Head Office: PERTH ; Branches at BEVEIILEY . BUNBURY ' busseltox coolgakdie ? ?.' - Cue Donc4aba F.REMANTLE GbraLDTON Bay Dawn Kalgoorltb Newcastle Northam Southern Cross White Featjier ?York. Menzies. espekaxce 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. H ORGAN. MOORHEAD and I1ARNEY, SOLICITORS, Branch Offices— Whifctnker and James Chambers, Kalgoorlie. 'Y^T F. DARLING, Survey and Mining Draftsman, Sale Plans of Properties, Tracings, &c. Semaphore Ch...