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Kalgoorlie Warden's Court. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29. (Before Warden Fielding.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 November 1895
Kalgoorlie Warden's Court. Fjuiday, November 29. (Ileforo Warden Fielding.) ^xppiicLiGion xor rorreicure or lease 1589e, on the usual grounds. Dis missed ? .-. _ ? . . - ., .., McDonald v. Knowles. — Applica- tion for forfeiture of lease 647. ' Richard McDonald, miner,' residing ~ at Kalgoorlie; said he was on the lease' on October 15, ]6, and 17, and no ono ?was. working; .No work appeared to have been done for seven or eight .months.' . Produce. 1 search. Struck out, wrong party having been sum moned. .- . ' -.?-'' ' - Heard en y. Williams and others. — .Application for forfeiture- 'of ? leases 64fi and 641. Mr Mann for plain tiff. : ??Edward Rearden- said he was on these leases on September' 4; 5, and 6; He' had been on them for the last six months, and had seen no one working. Produced search. No appearance of defendant; ' Declared forfeitable, and recommended. . Baker v. Brimage. — Application for forfeiture of lease 1614e, on account of non-fulfilment of the labor conditions o...
ACCIDENT TO CHINESE. ONE KILLED AND ANOTHER WOUNDED. MELBOURNE, Nov. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 November 1895
ACCIDENT TO CHINESE. ONE KILLED AND ANOTHER WOUNDED. Melbo.une, Nov. '29. A horse attached to a Chinese cart bolted yesterday. The two Chinese, occupants, Ah Ting and Ah How yelled loudly for assistance, instead of endea voring to check the horse's career. This frightened the horse to a greater extent, and Ah Ting becoming alarmed, jumped out and landed on his head against the kerb stone. When pieked up he was dead. Ah How held the reins until a collision with a -watercart occurred. He was then thrown out and injured - his spine and head. He is now in the Alfred hospital in a precarious condi tion.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 November 1895
yuf DO NELL AN 'S CRITERION HOTEL, KANOWNA, (White Feather) Under the Patronage of lions. E. II. Wittenoom, Minister of Mines and H. W. Yenn, Commissioner of' Rail- ways, and all the Principal Mining men on the fields. First class Table, Spacious and well ventilated Bedrooms, Bathrooms, etc. Large Con cert- 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 AU S T R ALIA HOTEL Hannans. Specially designed for the hot climate. LEE and MAGOB, 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. TTilTZPATRICK & ANDERSON, BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS, I Kalgoorlie. ??. : - , BH I L P and- R 0 Y L E GUILDERS and CONTRACTORS, I Coolgardie. ...
The New Post and Telegraph Offices. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 November 1895
The New Post and Tele graph Offices. The temporary post and telegraph offices are now nearly completed, ex-, temally and internally. Since Tuesday,' the -new mail-room has been used by 'the officials for sorting and deliverinV letters. This room, with the public hall 'and the postmaster's room, front Hannan street; .The mail-room has four delivery windows and' a stamp window. Two of these will be kept open on ordinary occasions, the other two beins- nsprl - when-therc.is a-rush~ such as'o'n tlie arrival' of the Eastern mail. - There ;is a large sorting table and stamping tables, with a'; splendid 'equipment ofipigeon holes, in which -the letters are to 'be'- subdivided in - order - ? to facilitate delivery-, are provided. 'Attached to the 'rnail-^ room,., which measures- 30ft x^.lGft, is a small store-room. _ Adjoining the . mail-room is ' 'a --public ' hall; :' 'the width' of , which is' traversed, by along counter,' to be divided into cdmpartments,' over' which 'all business' is t...
A FRENCH BARQUE FOUNDERS. SYDNEY, Nov. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 November 1895
* A' 'FRENCH BARQUE FOUNDERS. ' Syixsey,1 Nov. 29. The ship Aristides arrived in port ?to-day with Li of rthe crew; -of the Fierich barque Terre Ncuvo. During a gale of cj'clouic force the Terre Ne'uve, when in longitude 76 deg. 'east, com menced to founder. The Aristides was hailed, and with great difficulty managed- to save the crew. Yery soon afterwards blinding rain fell. When the weather cleared the barque had disappeared from view.
Adoption of the Standard Time. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 November 1895
Adoption of the Standard Time. The Perth authorities have decided to adopt the standard -time already conformed to by Melbourne, Adelaide, and Sydney, and the local post and telegraph offices have received instrnc - tions to alter their time on Sunday next, so that the same shall be observed throughout the colony. The Perth time Avill now be ono lmnrl-ini,;,^ a ,i~ laide, and two behind Melbourne. On Saturday, at midnight, in accordance with these instructions, as soon as the post office clock strikes the hour the -hands will be moved sixteen minutes ahead, so that those of the .Kalgoorlie people who observe regular hours will bo robbed, of sixtoori minutes' sleep It will be advisable for the residents who wish to keep pace with the po^t office time, on awakening to-morrow morning, to place their clocks sixteen minutes in advance of the stage of tho day which they have reached by the old time. -- ? *''p*w*l-*?**^-'wqj At a depth oC 70 feet in the Great Bonder South Landed adjoining ...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 November 1895
MAIL NOTICES. Mails for Australian colonies close on Monday, 2nd December, at 3.15 p.m. Late letters at 3.45 p.m. Registered letters- at 2.15 p.m. A supplementary mail for the Australian colonies -will close on Tuesday, December 3rd. Mails for the United Kingdom will close on Wednesday. December 4th. 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 pan. Delivery by letter carrier at 9 a.m. 12 noon, and 4.30 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., Avill 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 b...
A SECOND STATE IN TROUBLE [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 November 1895
A SECOND STATE IN TROUBLE 'William McLelland, second mate1 of the ship Te: Canda, was charged at the Water Police 'Court -yesterday with assaulting a seaniaYi named Agrcs, who has since died. After the ? evidence' was heard, the charge was altered to one of maliciously inflicting bodily harm, and MeLelland was committed for trial.
Cable News. MADAGASCAR AFFAIRS. GOVERNMENT ASKED TO INQUIRE INTO CAMPAIGN. THE PREMIER REFUSES. LONDON, Nov. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 November 1895
Cable News. MADAGASCAR AFFAIRS. GOVERNMENT ASKED TO IN QUIRE INTO CAMPAIGN. THE PREMIER REFUSES. London. Nov. 28. In reply to a question in the French Chamber. -.of. Deputies, M. Benthellot, Minister for Foreign Affairs, said that no difficulty was likely to arise between France and the foreign countries ?vvith regard to Madagascar. TlieT French Government intended to adhere to the terms of the agreement entered into between the ?Powers, and also to follow the. course mapped out by International law respecting the Hovas' treat es; the Queen of Madagascar would retain for the present her title and dignity. The natives would continue to administer the affairs of the country. The Government has been asked to appoint a committee to inquire, -into, the mismanagement of the campaign, in Madagascar; ? but -'the Premier' re- fused to comply with the request, declaring that the Government would apportion the blame.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 November 1895
r|«HE ADELAIDE S TEAMS HII A COMPANY, LIMITED, Is now running a Weekly Service behveei the Eastern Colonies and Western Australia. The Steamers employed are : — Vessel tons Captain S.S. Marloo (new) 3,5C0 Anthon S.S. Wollowra. (new) 3,500 Nicol S.S. Ixxamincka .. 3,000 Dingle S.S. Adelaide ... 2.500 1 Lockyer S.S. ADELAIDE, Tuesday, IS Hi December S.S. MARLOO, Friday, December 7th. S.S. INNAMItfCKA, December 12th. , Also a Monthly Service, with S.S. ALBANY to all North- West Ports (under Mail Contraci with the West Australian Government). The Accommodation of these vessels is Equal to that of the Mail Steamers. Full information as to fares, date of sailing, &c, on application to PENBERTHY & CO., Bayley-street, ? Coolgardie. or S. HOPKINS, Local Manager, Fremantle. ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY, f LIMITED. ? ' /I ' ' ? — 1' ???-'? W rpHE S.S. MARLOO, 3;500 tons, Captain Jl Anthon, will leave FREMANTLE for the EASTERN COLONIES on . ? '^i, SATURDAY, DECEMBER--7th. Passenge...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 November 1895
A LEX. MATHESOIf & CO., HUNT STREET, COOLGARDIE, SOLE AGENTS IN W.A. FOR HORNSBY-ACKROYD OlL ENGINES, no\Y in use at BayJey's Reward Mine. ^aird & Eayner's Condensers, now in use at the Hampton Plains. Schram's Prospecting Rock Drills, now in use at Coolgardie. National Explosives Go's Dynamite, now in use everywhere. Sandycroft Foundry Company, sup plied the Brown Hill machinery. K.ALGOORLIE TOWN BLOCKS WANTED. THE ►~T ONDON and WESTERN AUSTRALIAN INVESTMENT COMPANY, LIMITED Are willing to pay Cish for KALGOORLIE TOWN BLOCKS. PROPERTIES BOUGHT AND SOLD. LOANS ON; FREEHOLDS NEGOTIATED, x\.PPLY TO ALEX.. MATHESON & Co , - Hunt Street, Coolgardie, Attornies for the Company in W.A. THE , . , T ONDON and WESTERN AUSTRALIAN EXPLOR mON COMPANY LIMITED PAY CiVSH AT ANY TIME Fob PROVED' MINING PROPER-TIES. Apply to ALEX. MATHESON &.Co., Hunt Street, Coolgardie, A torniep for the Company' in.. W.A; 17! lETHERSTONHAUaH MINING AGENT, STOCK and SHARE BROKER, An£N...
Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 November 1895
Items of News. despatched on the following day. The mail for Great Britain will close on Wednesday, December 4th. at 3.15 -p.m. A mow building- has just been erected -in ? Hannaii street for Mr..W. J. llich'ardson, of the Melbourne Cafe. ' The strncture is a sub stantial one, and is fitted up in the 'most ' approved style. The proprietor, in: our adver tising columns, notifies that special attention ? is. paid to suppers, banquets, &c. Among the latest arrivals is Sir Arthur Stepney, Bart, of England; who -has come to inspect the mines with' .'a view to investing. . He is staying at the Exchange Hotel, and' on 'Friday evening - paid a visit to. the Great Boulder. He-will remain on the fields some, ?days 'and. will make himself conversant with' the chief miiies of thedistrict. . The following arc the names' of- the passen gers who arrived, at or departed from 'Kal goorlie on Friday : -.Arrivals — Sir Arthur Stepney and servant, Messrs ' Thornett. - Walker, Callaghan, ' Tiirii...
THE Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, NOV. 30TH, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 November 1895
— T H E — Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, NOV. 30th, 1895. The - local Hospital Committee has proved unable to cope successfully Avitli the difficulties -which they have en countered in' the management of that institution.. This -.is scarcely to be wondered at. In a community like this, the rapidity of whose growth under the most disadvantageous circumstances ?has astonished the whole,' woild, and characterised as it has been' by the wholesale devastations of an epidemic, the task which has been undertaken by, the committee having charge of the institution, which has the most import ant duty of tending .and accommodating the sick, is no light one. And the fact that they have failed to successfully grapple with the situation is not a matter of surprise to those who have watched the progress of like institutions under' similar circumstances, nor are the mem bers of the committee in any way blame able Tor the turn affairs have taken. On the whole, we are of opinion that' i...
Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 November 1895
Mining Notes. (BY OUR MINING- 11EP0ETE2.) Tho Great Boulder, up to date, has' crushed 8300 tons of stone, which . has yielded 2 J ,G95ozs. of smelted gold. A good find has been made on M'ivcnzies blocks at White Feather, which were secured for an English company sorna months ago. Tho discovery has caused' a good deal of ex citement at the Feather. Good gold has been struck in crosscutting at the 100ft. level in the Reefers Eureka mine. T l-- woo .v Tnnf' ' iytH-1 . i-. . _ ? it T _ ji „ tin*. .,«*.., -.^vu nun 1J.I. cli OlLUl-U.. MUUi; ' - -LOiU. wide, consisting of kindly looking grey quartz mixed with iron and mica. ' ' , Another crushing from the well-known Hill End mine, at Broad Arrow, has just been announced. The quantity crushed was 45 tons, yielding 7-ll^ozs., which is almost 16£ozs. to tho ton. This average has been kept up siuco March last. In sinking a shaft on the Golden Zone, very rich ore was mot with in a four .[cot lode, at a depth of, 8(5 feet. 'The shaft is boing c...