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TASMANIA. A YACHT WRECKED. HOBART, November 27. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 29 November 1895
TASMANIA. ??-. A YACHT WRECKED.. ' ?-.' ' HoBAnT, November 27. . The' yacht Tasma has arri\ cd, from ? Davenport,' 'bringing Captain Natters/ ^four seamen, and one passenger picked up 'at Hummock', where the yacht Eveline, bound -from Melbourne to Peuguiiie Island was wrecked. The yacht was sheltered 'there oiv Sunday; , aiid; rescued ;the castaways ;frou--the 'Eveline.- :' It .appears that the ill-fated vessel :.we'nt on the rocks west of Tele graph1 Bay ,'and becanic a total wreck. '
IOU News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 29 November 1895
I O U News. (I'T-Oltf A CORRESrOXDEXT.) ^ Matters are looking up. here just now. The /town is rapidly extending, a largo . liumb'er of buildings going up. Three ? new hotels are now approaching comple tion. . ' '# The mines' in the district are being .vigorously' developed, and many of them are yielding good returns. Mr 'W. J. McDonough, who has just returned from thp. Mmmt, Mnn™. district, states that a great number of leases' have, 'been- pegged out in that vicinity., ..He went out - to -visit the ' Western Argus ' claim, adjoining the properties recently purchased by Mr C. J.._Moran, M.L.A., and also with -the object of .pegging out more ' claims, but found that this was impossible owing to the -fact.that for miles round the leases arc already acquired. ; r Mr .Boid, of the 1, 0 U Hotel,' has' now a plentiful supply of water, whiclp will- be 'a great 'boon 'to the travelling public, as the scarcity of-. water has- in. many cases prevented people from com ing here. ' ? ~ -- ' ' ^ ...
EXTENSIVE FRAUDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 29 November 1895
EXTENSIVE FR AUDS. Several warrants .liaye bneu... issued for. the arrest of ? James '.Gordoii; , Baker- by Sergeaitt Majoiv charging. him with forgery and obtaiuing.;money by false pretence?,;, over £1500 being involved. ' -It is believed that he- went. .to -England by the .steamer Gera.; He^sent his: servant to Coolgardic recently with a number, of letters, to. po3t:pn;his. arrival there. The letters, were .'sent, to per sons . deceased. . They made, out 7 that he was managing ' a mine in West Australia for his cousin.
Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 29 November 1895
Mining Notes. 1 (by our' mining- reporter.')' The Rising Sun mine, which was floated in Adelaide some few months ago, is the lease formerly Icnown -as Curran and Wilson's Block,,aud is situated north of the Kalgoorlie Proprietary, and Mount Phirm mines'.' It 'is surrounded 'on all1 sides' by fair properties ?having the Hidden Treasure Consols- and Euclid alongside and joining it. It has not been very much clevcloped as yet, ''' ??*?'?' 'i'n'1'v^ *?'' 'uo; . yvuiivUd 01.1 OllcOr tllC east and west quartz leaders to a depth of 70 feet, and paid the working expenses by dolly ing. In those days very little heed was paid - to the north and south' lodes that are now the prids and sustaining feature of the field; and therefore the main lode-was not discovered. The Adelaide Syndicate is now opening up the eastern formation, which is evidently the con'-' tinuation of the Brown Hill Consols -line of lode, and at a depth of 30 feet it is showing good gold. It is very wide,' and will ba fol low...
Kalgoorlie Warden's Court. THURSDAY, NOV. 28. (Before Warden Fielding.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 29 November 1895
— ? *' Kalgoorlie Warden's Oourt. TflU RSJJAT, NOV.' - 28. ( Oef ore-Warden Field ing.) ' \ Grace r. Addis. ^-Applic'atiqnior. lor teitm-c oKlease 17G0. . 'Mr''Mann for defendant, v* v', ??' -^:r-'?-' Thomas Grace, miner, residing at Kalgoorlie, said the lease iii question was applied for on the 27th September, and -work, should- have,- therefore,- com- - menced on October 2S. He was on the ground oil October 31, and November 1 ' and 2?.- 'No one was' working -there on those days; Oii 'the .Saturday he went across it from one corner to the other. No work had been- done on the lease up io the present time. James Aspinall. manager in- charge of the Lone Hill leases, said' that .when ho ,tQok charge he was not instructed, to ,work .17(50. as the thirty days liacl not, expired. He believed application, was 'to. bo made to concentrate labor on 11 ij),' as he had instructions to put the m'cii' on there. Soon after the 17tli he' receivecV orders to. obtain two more men. .He wrote to' Coolg...
THE CUBAN REBELS AND THE SPANIARDS. A STUBBORN FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 29 November 1895
THE .CUBAN REBELS AND' THE SPANIARDS. .A STUBBORN FIGHT. The greatest and most stubbornly-' contested, battle yet fougLt between the : rebels of ? : Cuba and tlie ? Spanish / forces.has j us fc 'taken- place at Taquasco. The insurgents claim that thny com pletely routed the JRoyal troop'?, and' lulled General Aldore,''who ' was in. command,' nnd 1200 men:1;. They state that they lost 300 men only.' - ? ? :- The Republicans in- the United States are demanding that' Spain' shall grant authority in .Cuba -to bring- the ?war, to a close.1 . . -...-? i ;
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 29 November 1895
.TO Xn-E^EDITOn. -,-. . felu — Iii yourlvlonday's issue, in speak ll!S of thc visit of the Premier, in the Miner, you say 'The journey wa.s con tinued .to- the' Iranlio'e-and the oil engine examined, etc.' Surely, sir, this must .be anlcrroi- on tlie part of your reporter, %as I was in- my office , on the- mine the ' whole. ot Saturday,, and ?-m ^u.ite, uncon- scious' of' receiving d visit' from Sir 'Jo 1 in' Forrest and party, and I am certain the Premier and his party would not be .'guilty, of the .discourtesy of -going o'vc'r the mine without first visiting my office. ?-^ Yours, etc.,-'-' -V ' 7 ' ? '? .- ' ' v ''!/: '??' M:. S.TAi'LRToy/-;- : .-.l'i'. ?:?/',-'-.??,: ... -.. 'Ma^nagcr'lvanlioc'. ' -,' [The. .Premier-- and; party visited the5 Ivanlioe,: as sta-ed;:but.'did not stay long owjiig; to -; the luncheon hour having' arrived.:;. If Mr.Stanleton wns no-. .3\vni yiouj5ly:advisccrof.']iis coining, the fault .was..the:Town: Clerk's; who armuged the ?. prpguamme. ?. -.Certainl...
A South Australian in W.A. MR D. H. BRAIDWOOD'S OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 29 November 1895
A South Australian in W.A. ME D. H. BHAIDWOOD'S OPINIONS. ? Mr D. H. Braid wood, the well-known contractor, returned to Adelaide by the Orphir, recently, after having spent two months in visiting various goldfields of the West. In conversation with a repre sentative of ' The Advertiser ' he said he left Adelaide in the beginning of Sep tember, and had been to Coolgardie, TT'*o 1 n»r\r\ i»l -t a -^V'\7^1 11+ /\ l?-in^1-ini. TT ? 3 'nv i AAuiQWAiiuj it juuv/ JLT ucbUliUl y JLJLeiyt~O JL1 J.I1U ? Broad Arrow,—'-Bardock, Ninety-mile 'Niagara, Menzies,1 and I O U, in order to visit A'arious mines in those localities in which he was' interested. He found a great change in all the districts for the better since' 'his last trip, as they had grown tremendously,) especially Kalgoor lie and' Menzies, the former of which was now a.- -large - town. - The mines at Me'nzies- - and4: the I O U were look ing: -very -.well:.-.' travelling was diffi cult now on account of the want of fresh water, but:...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 29 November 1895
TO- THE EDITOR. Siii, — in* support of Ivlr- Moran's statement before the Premier ro the fresh .water . supply -.in Hannau's. Lake, I am in a position to state that on the 4th May 250,000,000 gallons of water lay-'ou the surface- of the lake.;: The bulk; of 'this soon soaked .way, till only the claypan- of the mill -drain '-.in the centre -held-, and- that evaporated. : at- the rate:6i ^ of air inch, per day, although it was cold weather. ; I am thoroughly versed , in -the matter, as I was at thai time manager of the Leviathan Crushing Company, and as I made a dam to hold 0,000,000 gallons I had to .got an extra pump to fill it before the lake evaporated entirely. The great bulk of. the water came from a creek on tne W.E. end of the lake, which drains about 80 square miles of country. I have since taken up this reservoir site i'or the Grant. 'Syndicate, and as it contains the. -best supply., of. salt water as. well as: fresh -water ?(luring rain, I ain prepared .toiihake.-.arrangcin...
The Late Mr G. M'L. Matheson. THE FUNERAL. COOLGARDIE, Nov. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 29 November 1895
The Latfe Mr . G. M'L. ' ..'.' ; ; M;athespn. ? THE FUNERAL. [Bl .Teleg-raph.] Coolgakdie, Nov. 2S. ? 1 he. funeral ox the late Mr George M'Lood IVIathesdn. took place at the Coolgardic come-1 tery at -3 - o'clock' yesterday afternoon. An enormous- crowd. 'of Goolgardie friends atten ded to;pay tin last tribute of respect to the deceased gentleman and among those who -^represented 'Kalgoorlic'were the Mayor' (Mr ? John AVilson), Mr Lloyd- (brother-in-law of the decease:!), and Messrs M. '.R.- Jcplison R. L. Hair, T. Hair, P. Joclrsll, G. C. Hamilton ' JT. R. Davies, A. Turnbull,and W-. J. M'lvdr. The funeral cortcgo left Mr.s Thurhell's -hos-' pital at 3 o'clock, over 10U cirriases ioiniiif in the procession. As Bayley street was passed through, a large ? crowd lined the footpaths, ami many followed the carriages to 'the ceme tery, on reaching- which a vast concourse of friends assembled round -the grave, among them being the late Mayor of Coolgardic (Mr J.B. Shaw), the present Mayo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 29 November 1895
lyT D 0 NELL AN' £ CRITERION HOTEL, KANOWNA, (White' Feather) Under the Patronage of.Hons. B. H. Wittenoom, Minister of Mines and H. W. Venn, Commissioner of Rail ways, and all the Principal Mining men on the fields. First class Table, Spacious and well ventilated Bedrooms, Bathrooms, etc. Large Concert-room with first-class Piano. 'Visitors re ceive every attention. Good stabling. Traps and Horses always ready. Full supply of horse feed and water always on hand, None but the Best Liquors Sold. M. DONELLAN, Proprietor, Late of Royal Mail Hotel Broken Hill AUSTRALIA HOTEL _, Hanij^ns^ Specially designed for the hot climate. LEE and MAG OR, Proprietors. Large, and lofty rooms. Comfort guaranteed. Well selected stock of leading brands in wines, spirits, beers, and cigars. Bathroom and every con venience. Pell's stables at rear of Hotel. TJEUTER'S TELEGRAM COMPANY, _ . ? .-?'?? Limited, Have Opened a Branch at Kalgoorlie. All Telegraphic Business will be conducted 1 by the Local Agent —...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 29 November 1895
? A LEX. MATHESON & CO., HUNT STREET. COOLGARDIE, SOLE AGENTS IN W.A. FOR HORNSBY-ACKROYD OlL ENGINES, 11OW in use at BayJey's Reward Mine. Caird & Rayner's Condensers, now ? in usesat the Hampton Plains. ? ?: Schram's Prospecting Rock 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 T ONDON and WESTERN AUSTRALIAN INVESTMENT COMPANY, LIMITED Are willing to pay Cash for KALGOORLIE TOWN BLOCKS. properties bought and sold, loans on freeholds negotiated, Apply to ALEX. MATHESON & Co , Hunt Street, Coolgardie, Atlornies for the Company in W.A. THE 1' ONDON and WESTERN AUSTRALIAN EXPLOR VTION COMPANY LIMITED PAY CASH AT ' - ANY TIME Fob PROVED MINING- PROPERTIES. Apply to ALEX. MATHESON & Co., Hunt Street, Coolgardie,, A torniea for the Company in W.A. EfETHBRSTONIAUGH MINING AGENT, STOCK and SHARE BROKER, A«£-tt fo...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 29 November 1895
MAIL' NOTICES. - Mails close at Hannan's Post' Office— 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. Delivery by letter carrier at 9 a.m. 12 noon, and 430 p.m. Inward mails arrive from Perth, Coolgar die, etc., at 11.30 a.m. Delivery by leltter carrier as soon as possible afterwards. Outward mails for Perth, Coolgardie, etc., will close at 3.15 p.m. Late letters Avill 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.
THE Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, NOV. 29TH, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 29 November 1895
— THE — Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. ? __ ? 'FRIDAY, NOV. _ 29th, 3895. ' It is proposed to bring in another now Mining Act next session, and there is ccr tauily plenty of room for amendment in the one now in operation. Among the anomalies which still exist, is the system in vogue for sending the notification of lease' approvals to the original applicant whether the holding lias been transferred or not. This leads to a great deal of confusion as blocks frequently change Hands more than once between the time they are applied for and the date of the leases being approved by the Minister of Mines. The result is that in many cases the notification, reaches a man who lias ceased to hold any interest in -the land, and does not take the trouble (o forward the document to the person entitled to receive noti.ee., Tjiis, in too many in stance?, renders mines liable to forfeiture owing to the lessee not putliug on the extra labor the issue of the lease entails, An attempt is to bo made u...
JUVENILE DEPRAVITY. A CHINAMAN CONCERNED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 29 November 1895
JTU VENILE'' DE PRAVITY. ? A CEINAMAN V CONCERNED: A shocking case of juvenile depravity, was brought under 'th'e:' notice, of the Police-court yesterday,' when 'a girl fourteen years of age was charged with' being'a neglected -'child. '??'it was stated that for three'months'past she had been associating with a Chines:3-, who was the keeper of. a house of ill-famq.:... The' Salvation' Army undertook the charge of' the girl!, ?'