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Arrival of the Premier. CORDIALLY RECEIVED IN COOLGARDIE. COOLGARDIE, Nov. 21st. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 22 November 1895
Arrival of the Premier. CORDIALLY RECEIVED IN COOL GARDIE. [;By Teleg-eaph.1 COOLGABDIE, Nov. 21st. The' Eremiei1,-.' Sir John Forrest, arrived shortly after' 8: o'clock this a liternoon . .having been driven- over from Boorabin by Mr'Krcd. Vauhders, the acting local head of theTublic Works Department. ? *-; .'' ,On his arrival, the Premier was Ipublicly welcomcdby,,the .Municipal Council.' 'at ''the Council Chambers. The Mayor. Mr J. Shaw,' presided, and an immense concourse attended to do honor to the head of the Ministry. The hall was crowded to excess, while all the ap proaches to the Council Chambers we're thronged, aiid Sir, John .Forrest. was rcpeat: 'ccUy cheered. ? -?' The Mayor, in a few appropriate words, welcomed the JPrcmier, whose JienJtli^ was driii:k 'in bumpers of champagii'cr ''' ? * . The Premier .briefly replied, and 'was. lis tened to with 'great- attention and' interest througjioiit-.. -He thanke'cUthc Mayor .and the citizens of Coolgardie for the very cordial ...
SYDNEY, Nov. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 22 November 1895
* sVdxey, Nov. 21. ''\;hTtrhl o£ Thos. Meredith Sheri dan, charged witli murdering the young woman Jessie Nicholls, by performing .an illegal operation upon her, and John Seawall, charged. with being accessory, 'was'cbncluclkriri'the Criminal Court yesterday- Two doctors declared that the incision in Nicholls' stomach was made before death, and- the jury re turned a verdict of guilty in- both cases. They strongly recommended Seawall to mercy Sheridan accused the judge of misdirecting the jury. The judge sen tenced Sheridan to death while Seawall^ was remanded for sentence. ? - *: ? ! Mrs. McNamara, wife of the overseer .of McMasterslslatipiVaf'Groppa Creek, gave her 'children 'some sulphur and tieado yesterday-, and, also; took some herself. The mixture contained;. some poisonous matter. One child died and ?the other and the mother are both m a critical condition. '' ?' ;
Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 22 November 1895
^Mining Notes. ?(BY OUT* MIXING EEPOltTEK.) .- A nice nugget weighing 3.1 ozs. was brought in from Kurnalpi a' lew days ago. It is the first slug of' any : size discovered for a long time nast. - ? ? ? ? ' A piece of cement, studded with gold, was foumVon 'Wednesday injrinking a hole for a, verandah post iii Hannan street. Tbcconzent ejepositruns under UicVholc town, and will probably be worked some day. - .. A lode formation eight feet wide and giving returns iip to -i ozsV'per ton, has been struck in sinking. a new. shaft on the Rising Sun mine) Which, isiicld by an Adelaide syndicate ?The property is a very promising one, situated on -the road to the bore near thc.Euclid. and is opening up well; ? .The representative of the Austral Venture syndicate of London, Mr. H. 'W. Taylor, will leave for England, to-day on a well-earned holiday.', He will go.- via. the Cape to see his wife find family,- but will return via Suez, so .as to liavo as much time as p'6ssiblc''among his friends. ...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 22 November 1895
MAIL NOTICES. Mails for the Australian colonies will close at this office on Friday, the 22nd hist, at 8.15 p.m. Late letters received up to 3.45 p.m. llcgisteral letter mail will close as nsual at 2.15 p.m. Mails for the United -Kingdom, ^Europe, &c, close on Wednesday, 27th .instant, at 8.15 p.m. Late letters received up to 3.45 pan.' Ecgistercdr, letter mail will close at. 2.15 p.m. ? -'*'???;?? ? ? ' ? ?'..'-.' . J. H. Leach, „-/, ; Acting P.M.
Cable News. London, Nov. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 22 November 1895
Cable News, London, Nov. 20. - An influential deputation, comprising most of the Agents-General, waited on Mr Chamberlain to enlist the assistance of the Imperial 'Government :i.s rn.o-a.vrls ttlie proposed Pacific cable. Mr Cham berlain said the Government had] decided to promote the laying of the I cable, which would be confined solely \ to^ British territory. A Royal Com- 1 mission of six members was appointed and is empowered to call witnesses, to - enquire into the proposed routes, the costs of survey, and tho respective ' costs' ' of ''laying' single 'and duplicate cables/-' yAfc the conclusion of the iu-^ -vesfcigation, ..the. Commission reported jthat-, the entire question should be entered into by Great .Britain, Canada, ] rand Australasia, each, to nominate two members. The Agentsj-Gcneral all took part 'in. the deputation, excepting Mes&s§£ Payford and F-raser. , Mr. Chamberlar .said, he regarded the deputation ancV the presence of the delegates from (Japi Colony ...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Nov. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 22 November 1895
VICTORIA. Meujouuxe. NoY. 20. - The doctors in 'attendance on Mrs Short, who was shot by her husband, a bank manager at Sale', .say,that_sho will nrobablv recover'.- ?' Short's ?business arrangements intlie Commercial Bank' arc found to be correct arid in 'order. A disgracc'f ul scene occurred yester day during the. , progress of the Men tone races.- ,,. Leithamstead, the favourite, was winning .'the Handicap - Trot easily, when- an-organised attempt was'mad'eby about ';thii'ly '-'riff-raffs', to block- the favourite.. They ran ? across: the straight waving their- hands- ?and- umbrellas. - Despite! itheir. efforts, ? however, Leithamstead;just managed ? . t'o win by half a length./'. ,, : , \_ The health officers have, been warned .that Jimmy Ah Strong, a leper, who' was in quarantine for two.years m Melr. bourne, ' and subsequently went t'6~ 1 Hong Kong, threatens -to return to' Australia.1 ,*? Prompt action ;- will - be ' taken 'to prevent' his landing in the colony. ' ?' V ? Lord...
WEST AUSTRALIA. PERTH, November 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 22 November 1895
WEST AUSTRALIA. ; ?pkBT%feenibei::2i. . r. A 'meeting, representing, air classes, including ''Bfshop, .Riley.j.incmbers of .both the Assembly, and, .the Council, and'- others, .took-' place 1-isfc night to consider , what steps should bo taken to celebrate the' thirtietlVanniversary. on the -18th ?p,eceniber,;/oT the entry hy the Premier into tlie public service of the 'colony.''* Mr ''Le'ake'was .voted to' the chaiivan,d1the/acting-secretary (Mi George Gray) stated* that; there was a general disposition to- 'in ark the occa sion. ' He .thought - there should be a. public dinner 'ami 'a presentation' of plate; Some favoured a statue .of Sir John -F.orresf,-ahd, -it was, (finally 'deter- mined; :,to;'MCominu'nicate with the Premier and* ascertain what presenta tion w6uhibo,raost acceptable to him. Bishop ^iley's opinion' was that a sub scriptibV would1' not' rbo so gi'cat, as all could-not subscribe, and it was desir-' alMe-to\ make- the raovement_ one of a national character. An inf...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Nov. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 22 November 1895
NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Nov. 4$. ? ? The girl Ethel Wright, who confessed' to conspiring to bring a charge against Frank Rogers of attempting to poison a family named Glass at Gnnnprln.lv says she also put strychnine in the 'flour,- which- lic'ri uncle, who has since broken-down, refused to take. A true bill has been filed against Messrs Crick, Meagher, and Green, and Mrs Reynolds in connection with the De/) n case. The whole of ^ prisoners will be tried at the Criminal -Court. - ' ' ' 4 s ..._ ._ The inquest on tlie bodies of Arthur and Amy James,' theatrically known as Mr and- Mrs Dacre, was held yester day.. Herbert Leigh ton sjiicl that on one occasion he w;is going out for a walk. with. Dacre, when Mrs Dacre re marked, ' For God's sake, Leighton, 'don't leave him ; I trust -you to bring' liim- back;'- After a very short deliberation, the jury returned a ver dicc that Mrs James died from a wound wilfully inflicted by her husband, who^ af'erwards suicided. The remains were inter...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 22 November 1895
ryiHE UNION BANK OF AUS ± TRALIA, Lt». A- BRANCH of this BANK Is now open at KALGO«RLlE (Hannans). . The Bank issues drafts on its Brandies aad Ag«nts throughout the Colonies ' and transacts all usual Banking Busi ness. 3. FINLAYS€)N, general Manager. WI« STERN AUSTRALIAN BANK Established 1841. Head Office: PERTH ; -.. ? Branches at BeVBKLKY BUNBURT ?busselton coolgardie Cub Dongara Premaxtle Geraldton Bat Daws Kalgoorlie Newcastle ? North-am Southern Cross White Feather , York. Menzies. Esperakce Agents in : Londox, Adelaide, ]\Jelbourne, 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. II. D. HOLMES, General Manager. H ORGAN, MOOR HE AD and I1ARNEY, SOLICITORS, Branch Offices — Whittaker and James Chambers, Kalgoorlie. - ' ITT F. D A R L I N G, Survey ax» Mining Draftsman, Sale Plans of Properties, Tracings, &c S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 22 November 1895
A LEX. M.ATKESOF & CO. ?'*?.. HUNT STREET. COOLGARDIE, SOLE AGENTS IN W.A. FOR. HORNSB'Y-ACKROYD OlL EXOINES.-HOW- - in use at Bayley's lie ward Mine'. Gaird & Rayner's Condensers, now in use at tlie Hampton Plains. Schram's Prospecting Bock Drills, now in use at Coolgardie. 'National Explosives Co 's Dynamite, now in use everywhere. Sandycroft Foundry Company, sup plied the Brown Hill machinery. KALGOORLIE TOWN BLOCKS WANTED. THE TONDON and WESTE RN AUSTRALIAN IE-V ESTMENT COMPANY, - LIMITED Are willing to pay Cash for KALGOORLIE . TOWN BLOCKS. properties bought and sold. ? loans on flleeholds negotiated, Apply -to ? ? ? ? ; ALEX. MA.THESON & Co , ; Hunt Street, Coolgardie, Attornies for the Company in W.A. THE T ONDON and WES-TERN J AUSTRALIAN . EXPLORATION COMPANY LIMITED . PAY CASH AT ' . . - '.. ANY TIME - Foir- ? - .--..- PROVED MINING PROPERTIES. Apply to ' ALEX. MATHESON & Co., Hunt Street, Coolgardie, Attornie? for the Company in W.A. GLEDDEN...
Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 22 November 1895
Items of News. ' Throughout' the afternoon ot,i Thursday -the sky was overcast with black clouds, and about 10 o'clock a smart shower of rain fell. The following are tho names of-passcngcrfe who arrived at or departed from Kalgoorlie on'. Thursday;:— Arrivals. Messrs- Addis, llenrdcn.' Gliddon, McKay and .party, (3), and Smith ; departure?,' Messrs ' Kmgswood, Armstpng, and Taylor. A number of oui' local storekeepers have a«_ grievance in that large qunntifcies'of., their goods were recently burnt at the Southern Gross g;ods-she:.ls, where they were stored, and no compensation will be paid by, the ' Government for the loss incurred. Many of the storekeepers in question have .had a hard struggle for an existence in the past, and now°a large loss stares '-.them in the face. . -It ? js a well-known fact that if. goods are destroyed while in the possession of a carrier that individual is liable, and- by the same reasoning the Government should in a similar manner be held responsible. Oi...
THE Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, NOV. 22nd, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 22 November 1895
— T II E — Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. . . FRIDAY, NOV. 22nd, .189.5^ '7 The lhucli-abused Works Department on which -.has fallen the wrath of the public for their shortcomings, and the blame of the- Postmaster-General in.'.re ference Ao the . .dreadful muddle, to telegraphic matters, is not altogether neglecting us. The head of the De partment lids engaged Mr Cooniber, the well-kiio.wn engineer, .to Itake the levels, arid1 select a site for the first wing, of.the ? permanent Kalgoorlie hospital, which is about to be erected. It is . recognised that the present temporary structure is altogether inadequate for the needs of this'important centre, and the Govern ment Architect, having been put upon ?his mettle by the adverse criticisms of his work in the old town, is determined to do his best in Kalgoorlie. He is - now preparing designs for additions- to -the. present -building, or, rather, is' trying to. do away with' the necessity of the present, tents, by building the first.w...
Telegraphic. WEST AUSTRALIA. SPIRITS FOUND CONCEALED. A CONTRACTOR ARRESTED. EVADING THE CUSTOMS. PERTH, November 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 23 November 1895
[?] WEST AUSTRALIA. SPIRITS FOUND CONCEALED. ' A' CONTRACTOR ARRESTED? .? -EVADING THE CUSTOMS. - ','.'. ~' ~j !- I -PfiRTn, -November 22-: , About 80- gallons of spirits were un earthed by the. police on the premises-, where' the, market- is being built. John Dnutoh, the contractor for tlie market building, /has-.' been :arrestpdj charged with.having qoucealed;on,Jtlio premises a quantity *o,f spirits on 'which no 'duty had been paicl.' ' ; ' u ''''
OBITUARY. Sir Henry Frederick Ponsonby. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 23 November 1895
? OBITUARY. ' ' ' S i r :Heniy- F.red erickTo'risbn'by . ? - : On- 'Friday - morning,1- aboiit '-7 'o'clock, ' a report ,was made at the Kalgoorlie Police Station to tlie eiScct that a man acting very strangely had enquired- at a tent, for the ' eap'taiivof the Salvation. Army. * The pcr&m of whom he. enquired replied that lie didn't know. On receiving this reply, the stranger, who was acting in a very eccentric manner, piobably conceiving the novel. idea that a tree in close proximity was, a. spiritualistic medium, endeavoured' to obtain from' it' the answer to his question, but the medium wouldn't work. The taciturnity on the part oi the tree enraged this extraordinary indi vidual, who ran at full speed into the bush. The police, on receiving the information, despatched. Constable M'Douald after the renegade. The worthy constable, after a four miles' ride, came up with the stranger, who was 'running at a great speed along'thp f)ld Coolgardie rqad. 'The erratic sprinter fei...
LAND AND INCOME TAXES ASSESSMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 23 November 1895
LANB: -AND;t;lNCOME' 'TA-SES /?-'; ':: ASSESSMENT- BILL. ?'' '!-' The CouiT'cil---lias'''br!6ught-'-iipi*}the repor.t.;v-;qf - tlitf » Select ? ComYriittee' 5ap-' pointed to draw.-uprihefreasonsfor»the amendmenti'of the' Li rid' aiul -income ^Taxes ''Assessment ' Bill'-insisfcecl upon. /The Asscmbly'received 'a hipssage-:from the Council, and decided on a confer ence of both Houses, which -has been ?agreed to'/ ' - ' '*' '' -1 : ' . ?'' : ?
NEW SOUTH WALES. A LIBERAL ENGINEER. £50,000 FOR A SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING. SYDNEY, Nov. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 23 November 1895
NEW SOUTH WALES. ' A 'I IBERAL ENGINEER. '' '£50,000 FOR A SCHOOL -OF ENGINEERING. -. . - -i»Sr-p-:E\7 Nov. 20. ' Mi:-.B./lSr; Russell-/. the foundev.-ot the. engineering firm .'of that name in Sydney, has decided' ;to devote a por tion of his weal til towards some object or. public. b.enehfc:-/ Mr Russell proposes to 'devote £.5.0;000iqfrtho purpose oi endowing a school of engineering in ;connejction wiilifthc.iS'yd ney. University . Instructions have been given fo.ivth'e necessary steps- being taken to invest ? the money r6k behalf1 of 'the -University of-Sydne.y.A-:^ '-.- ./?.;??=. H i--. ??--„?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 23 November 1895
NOW OPEN ! NOW OPEN ! ! KALGOOELIE BOOT PALACE, OPPOSITE TELEGRAPH OFFICE, H ANNAN-STREET. The Largest Stock of Well Bought English, Continental, and Colonial Boots outside Perth. Men's Goods in tan, black, and white. Ladies cm be Supplied with Boots of Wolfe's, Pollad's, Strakosch's, Vernon's ' ? and other Celebrated Makes. Also, the Latest Style American Boots are on the way. ligP A Visit of Inspection Cordially Invited. Note the Address — OPPOSITE TELEGRAPH OFFICE, . ? Hannan-street. ~Vp FISHER and Co., Auctioneers and Mining Agents, WHITE FEATHER. JOHN BOILEAU and CO. (Late ' .; Boileau and Boyd, Dublin), DISPENSING CHEMISTS, Hannan-street (Next Kalgoovlie Exchange Buildings), Kalgoorlie, and Coolgardie. Patent and Proprietary Medicines . Always on Hand. Prescriptions Accurately Dispensed at All Hours. T LAYBOURNE SMITH (Late of Broken Hill), CHEMIST and DENTIST, Hannan-st, Kalgoorlie. H. Davis ... Manager, And Coolgardie. [A CARD.] DR, J. A. O'MEEHAN and DR. G. W BARBER have en...