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A New Erated Waters Factory. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 November 1895
A New JErated Waters Factory. On Monday afternoon a number oi promi nent residents of Kalgoorlie assembled at Messrs Janeczeck and Trautmann's premises in Dugan-street, at the invitation of the pro prietors, to celebrate the opening of their ' factory. 'After the aerated waters had been .satisfactorily tested, and the works duly ad mired, champagne was introduced, and Mr P. Whelan.who was voted to the chair, explained tdc objects of the meeting, and called upon Mr Jodrell to propose the health of the new firm. . \ . Mr Jodrell in speaking to the toast, asked all those present,, to - drink to the toast of Messrs Janeczeck and Trautmann. Every body would be glad o£ the inauguration of such a venture. ' It' marked, the rise of the town, and would be received with a hearty welcome. The capital invested had been made in the town, aud both of the proprietors were successful men on the fields and de served every prosperity. Dr Barber added that he had examined the workings .and machinery w...
The Other Side of the Question. INTERVIEW WITH MR GEORGE GRAY. A REPLY TO MESSRS. PRICE AND TEECE. A SYSTEMATIC WATER SUPPLY SCHEME ADVOCATED. THE GOVERNMENT EXONERATED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 November 1895
The Other Side of the Question. INTERVIEW WITH MR GEORGE. GRAY. A REPLY TO MESSRS. PRICE AND TEECE. A SYSTEMATIC WATER SUP PLY SCHEME ADVOCATED. THE GOVERNMENT EXONER ATED. [From Mining' Journal .] There is very little necessity for Mr George Gray to be introduced to the mining community of Western Australia. He is already so well-known on the .fields that any introduction,, locally, would be superfluous, while to the outside woi'ldit is sufficient to say that he is the repre sentative in this country of some of the strongest financial- institutions, as well as some of the richest mining corpora tions. What is equally well known; is he circumstance that he is one of the strongest defenders of the Government in connection with the administration of affairs of state on the fields. It was from this point of view that a represen tative' of the ' Mining Journal ' sought out Mr Gray a few days ago,' and found the much-traA'clled fully inclined to de vote a few minutes of his busy day, in ...
SPORTING. CANNING PARK RACES. [By Telegraph.] PERTH, November 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 November 1895
SPORTING. CANNING PARK RACES. [By Telegraph.] Perth, November 24. - TlicCanning Park races were heM-yeste*2 ? ? .day. There was splendid weather and a good' attendance. The following were the results : — HURDLE RACE. j Snapshot ? ' '... '... 1 Hamjiton ? 2 Moonlight'... ' ... ... '. ... 3 Won easily by two lengths. PONY HANDICAP. ? . Daisy ... ? 1 Black Bess ' ... ? 2 Highland Lass ? 3 . Won by. half a length1.' ' CLUB, HANDICAP. , Troubadour ? 1 ''? Carbonate... ? ... ... ... 2 ? Mirror II ? ' ? 3 ' Won easily by several lengths. GALLOWAY -HANDICAP. Pearl II. ... ' ? 1 --„ Bessie ? r. ? 2 - ? David ...' ... - ... - !... 3 FAREWELL HANDICAP. Troubadour ... ? 1 Florrie ? 2 Nimrod II. ? 3 Won easily by two lengths. '' -, , ' ' STIRLING- HANDICAP. |'~-J / ? Robin .. ...' ... ? ? 1 ' David ... ... ... #- 2 - Black Bess ? \\\ 3 \ Won oh the post by a neck.
TASMANIA. HOBART, November 23. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 November 1895
TASMANIA. Hobart, November 23. ; Mr Percy Tucker's soap mills, and also Mr Scott's sawmills, were burned down last night, the damage being esti mated at £12,000. They were insured for £5,000. From Thursday Island reports have ' been received that 25 natives recently reached Motuniotu in a destitute state. They are the only survivors out of 45 men who left for New Guinea on an exploration trip. Their rations ran out, and the party suffered terrible privations.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 November 1895
A meeting will be held .this evening at the ?Exchange Hotel, to consider the question of building a Mechanics' or Miners' Institute. The Government have granted, a block of land. and £n00 towards, the erection of the building, so there should be little difficulty in establishing the institute at once. The land alone is worth £4,000. Before he left for White Feather the Pre mier, Sir John Forrest,' called on Mrs Rosen thai, and personally thanked her for the ; splendid dinner served on Saturday evening 4 when the complimentary 'banquet was ten- '^ deral to him. He assured the hostess of the lixchauge Hotel that the dinner- could not have been better served in Perth. Since then the chief of the house has grown an inch taller. The Premier was most heartily welcomed to .White Feather on Sunday, and, was ten dered a complimentary banquet in the even ing. His reception was quite as enthusiastic as in Kalgoorlie, and the toast of his health was received ^with the utmost cordiality. He is n...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 November 1895
NEW SOUTH WAi.ES. The Rev James Clarke who, has gained so much notoriety lately, was charged at the Newtown police court yesterday, with using improper langu age in the grounds of the Church of England, Kogaruli, and with assault ing a carpenter, named Jones. The latter appeared in Court with black eyes. It seen: edhc tried to prevent Clarke entering the church, whereupon Clarke hit him . on the nose. Clarke again came up in a fighting attitude and they fell to the ground together. Jones stated that Clarke when down swore violently, but Cltsrk? denied swearing, and alleged that Jones approached bin in a fighting position and drove straight at him, and that he guarded the blow. .Clarke was fined five shillings for the improper language and one pound for the assault. When the Houses met yet yesterday afternoon, both adjourned on account of the conference between the two Chambers. From the 1'riendly tone of the' debates last night, an amicable arrangement seems probable. ??? The- Gover...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 November 1895
rjlHE UNION BANK OP AUS JL TRALIA, Ltd. A BRANCH of this BANK Is now open at KALGOORLIE (Hannans). The Bank issues drafts on its Branches and Agents throughout the Colonies and transacts all usual Banking Busi ness. B. FINLAYSON, General Manager. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN BANK Established 1841. Head Office: PERTH ; Branches at Beverley Bunbury Busseltox Coolgardie Cue Dong aba Fremantle Geraldton Day Dawn - Kalgoorlie '???-.' Newcastle Northam ., Southern Cross White Feather c% S^ork. Menzies. ESPERANCE Agents in : London1, 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. ?; NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ... Re Frederick Rowland Elwell, V : Deceased. T)URSUANT to an Act of the Imperial jL Parliament made and passed in 22nd and 23rd years of the reign of Her present Majesty, chapter 35, int...
THE Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, NOV. 26TH, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 November 1895
— T II B — Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, NOV. 2Gth, 1895. The Davis Calyx Drill promises to revolutionise boring1 ? for water ? and minerals in this colony; in -fact all through the world. It is rapidly super seding the diamond drill,1 and promises to do as much for the mining world now as the old style of machine did at the time it was invented. It entirely does away with the vise of diamonds as cutters, steel being used instead,' thus obviating the loss occasioned by the precious stones becoming, fractured or lost. One of the peculiarities of the new borer, is that instead, of grinding the rock to a powder ? it chips the stone, with the result, that two or three times the amount of .work done by the old drills is accomplished in' the same time. This, of course, means ' a t great saving in expense; but more important s.till, the same results are achieved in half the time. ' In a place like this, for instance, where time is of the greatest moment in getting down to try...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 November 1895
AM. ?MATHESON-& CO., v HUNT STREET, COOLGARDIE, M SOLE AGENTS IN W.A. FOR 1 HORNSBY-ACKROYD OlL ENGINES, nOW I in use at BayJeyV Reward Mine. , [f.1~~*^r CJaikd & Rayner's Condensers, now '? ??? ' - in use at the Hampton Plains. L Schram's Prospecting Rock Drills, Is*- now in use at Coolgardie. National Explosives Co. 's Dynamite, now in use everywhere. Sandyoroft Foundry Company, sup plied the Brown Hill machinery. KALGOORLIE TOWN BLOCKS WANTED. . .';. THE * ' . ' ''Si T OND ON and WESTERN AUSTRALIAN INVESTMENT COMPANY, -V . LIMITED Are willing to pay Cash for U- KALGOORLIE TOWN BLOCKS. 1 properties bought and sold.. ^ loans' on peeeholds negotiated^. Apply to ALEX. MATHESON & Op , ' \ ~ Hunt Street, Coolgardie,; i\ Attornies for. the Company in W.A.' I THE P T ONDON and WESTERN ' AUSTRALIAN EXPLOR VTION COMPANY ?- LIMITED 1L PAY CASH *ss9*J|F AT '4^ ? ANY TIME For PROVED MINING PROPERTIES. Apply to . ,&'' ALEX. MATHESON & Co., Hunt Street, C...
Share Market. ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 November 1895
Share Market. ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide. November 25. Boulders, £5 7s, £5 7s 6d Brown Hill Junctions, 2s 10kl, 2s lid, 2s 9d Block 45, '18s,- 17s 3d ' Cosgroves, 3s lj-il, 3s 2d Coolgardies, 40s, 39a 9d Fortune cf War, 2s 3d, 2s 9d Eraser's South, 3s Golden Bar, os Golden Zone, paid, 8s Id; con., Gs 9d Hannan's Centra), eon., 9s 3d. 9s 2d Hannan's Reward North, 4s Gd . Reefer's Eureka, 16a Ivanhoe Junction, Is 9-LV, Is 7d I O U, 13s, 13s 3d, 13s Od Lake Yie\y, 43s ,3d, 46s Londonderry Consols, Is 3d Londonderry South Extended, Is Mount Charlotte Central, Is 4d Mai'Uatia, 14s, 14s 3d. Maritana North, 3s 8d, 2s 'Jd Mount Benson, 9s 6d Premier, 9s 6d Rose and Shamrock, 2s Gd, 2s ud, 2s 3£d Royal Dane. 4s lOtl
Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 November 1895
Items of News. The. new temporary post office is almost completed and will be opened to-day. It- is a very commodious and - conveni ently arranged buildin'1, and will enable the very heavy mails now arriving and being despatched every day to be very much more expedjfionsly handled than was possible in the old place, The stamp and delivery win dows arc very conveniently arranged, and it is intended to put up private b^xog as soon as possible, Tho American system of aprcu]'- ing the private boxes so that the pwucrs. can empty them from the outside of the building, arid thus be in a positisn to get their lector.-* at any time of the day or night or on Sundays, will be adopted here. It has answered well in several of the big mining camps oO the colonies, and is especially useful in places . like tins, \yherc men are often away for a day or two, and niusit gef:- their letters as soon as possible on their return. Jj-. is noticeable that the sign on the window has boon altered, ': Poste Re...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Nov. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 November 1895
VICTORIA. Melbourne. Nov. 24. The Earl of Fingall was defendant ?in an action commenced in the Supreme Court, with reference to the disposal of a sum of £30,000 deposited with the 'Union Bank. The action was brought by Jno. Huxley and others, in connec tion with the Londonderry mine. They askod for a declaration that the defen dant bank in their name had part of the purchase money for the mine, the bank being merely a nominal defendant. A telegram has been sent to the Premier of New South Wales suggest ing that the Agentsr-General of Yictoria and New South Wales should ropresont the Australasian colonies on the Com mission to consider, the Pacific cables question, subject to the approval of the other colonies. ? General Booth arrived yesterday, and met with an enthusiastic reception.- He reviewed his troops at Spring street in the evening, and the' Mayor afterwards welcomed him to the city, in the Town Jia.ll, on behalf 'of the citizens. The inquest on the body of Heinrich Down, mur...
BRITISH RULE IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 November 1895
BRITISH RULE IN INDIA. The Viceroy, in reply to a numer ously-signed address from the Mo hammedan residents in different parts of India, said that all doubt could be removed from 'the minds of the Mohammedans regarding the treatment receive:! from the- Imperial Govern ment. They might only expect the putting forth of the best reforms to serve their interests: ; '?'
Telegraphic. WEST AUSTRALIA. ALBANY, Nov. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 November 1895
.?fpjpi P0T£1 fill 1 f* WEST AUSTRALIA. . Albany, Nov. 25. A shocking occurred to one of Mr. Hassel's sons, on Friday morning. A boy, aged 4, and his brother aged 7, got ? to bod at half-past two. They went to their mothers bedroom and got a box of matches, and going then outside the . house, the night clothes of Freddy caught fire. The child was soon envel oped in flames. The servant girl hear ing his screams, looked out of the window and saw what was the matter. She seized a blanket, rushed downstairs, rolled Freddy in the blanket and put . out the flames. The boy was fearfully' burned all over the body. The little fellow died on Friday night. . ...' ,.,.. GuiLDFoitD, Nov. 24. ;; A man, whose name is unknoAvn, was found hanging on a tree near the ? '.-??'?.'?51-mile siding, on the Eastern railway. He had apparently been dead about five days. An inquevt will be held. Sydney, Nov. 24. . At Thursday Island, information has been received from New Guinea that Sir Win. M'Gregor, Adminis...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 November 1895
MAIL NOTICES. Mails close at Hannan's Post Office Mails for the United Kingdom, Europe, -fcc, close on Wednesday, 27th instant, at 3.15 p.m. 'Late letters received up to 3.45 p.m. Registered- letter mail will close at 2.15 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 8 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.