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Mining. THE CROESUS No. 1 NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895

Mitli HO' THE CROESUS Xo. 1 ]STORTH. (BY OVR MIUIXG RHPOHTEI!.) Tlie Croesus No. 1 North Company aro rapidly opening up their property which bids fair to becoms one of the big mines of the district. It is one oE tho properties floated by the Central Exploration Company, who should be proud of having introduced it to their friends. ComparatiA'ely little work has boon done, but operations have been confined to one spot with the result that depth has boon attained, and the ground thoroughly tasted. Satisfactory as have boen the opera tions carried out the results have bejn much more satisfactory. Tho vertical shaft started under Mr 'Ciuubrac-Stcwarfc'ri management', has been carried down l-iufu, and from the bottom a drive has been carried 150ffc. north, and a crosscut then run in to the wall for the purpose of testing the value of the lode, and to prove its Avidth. The drive Avas in fair grade ore all the A\\ay. and tho crosscut proved the formation to be over thirty feet in width. Fo...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Miner
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A VESSEL IN THE FOG. NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895

A VESSEL IN THE FOG. NARROW ESCAPE. H.M.S. Malabar,' with 1500, troops on board, was befogged while nearing ' Portsmbuthjycsterclay. She got out of her course, and only escaped running on the rocks at the Isle of .Wight by barely a hundred yards.

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THE CROESUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895

THE CROESUS. This mine has had practically nothing done to it for months beyond having- the labor con ditions fulfilled.' The men employed in sink ing the wat-er-shaf t more than comply with the rogubtions and the other mils oE the mine are allowed to stand idle. This is of course iu parl accounted f H' by tho fact that the property U lindor offer to an English Company, and despite the. fact that nooue has ever learnt the -full dotxils of the sale it is undorstoo I that the puvehaso is almost completed. The meetings oC tho company authorising the sale 'may have b^en reported, but if so these reports have never seen the light o\\ the field, and the whole transaction is AA'rappcd in mystery. The reason is not apparent, as tho mine belongs to a public company, and if they have not- sufficient con fidenco in themselves to undertake the de velopment of its great lodes then- they are' at liberty to dispose of the mine to 'British capitalists. The only annoying thing 'about it is that ? no...

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DISASTROUS STORMS IN THE BLACK SEA. FIVE HUNDRED PEOPLE DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895

DISASTROUS STORMS IN THE BLACK SEA. FIVE HUNDRED PEOPLE DROWNED. The recent storm in the Black Sea was attended^ with disastrous results. At Odessa it is estimated that over 500 inhabitants were either drowned or frozen to '.death *

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THE MARITANA. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895

THE MAPJ /ANA. The crass-cut which -is being run in from the 170ft. level of 'the . water shaft is in 25ft., and .is following a soft slide ruiiuinr in north-cast towards the hill. There is a little more water coining from the faco, but, as yet,- tho increase'' i&i small, not more than 1000 gallons daily being raised. The drive from the north shaft is still boing run i;i o:i the course of the lode, while the shaft on the cist side of the hill .is down 5s-ft., and is sHll being sunk in high grade ova. It is now intcn-lo.1 to carry this shaft down to a. depth oE lO'JL'i:-. be£oi'c*opon mg out lo'-tqat the value oE the stone at a depth. The output of the Ivanhoe mine for the past, fortnight was 72 tons of stone treated yielding HSoz oE smelted gold. II is rumored there will shortly be another change in the management of 'the Ivanhoe mino, Mr S{ a plot on. 'having boen offere.l a ni ore lucrative appointment ejsc.yhero. Mr E, H, Carlisle, an experienced manager from the Eastern ...

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THE STRIKE OF SHIP-BUILDING ENGINEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895

THE STRIKE OF SHIPBUILD ING ENGINEERS. The Provost of Glasgow is making arrangements for holding a meeting of representative local ship-yard owners. The strikers object to bringing the dis pute to an end. It is stated there is. a prospect of the settlement of the diffi culty.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895

lyr' DON E L L A N ' £ CRITERION HOTEL, KANOWNA, (White Ezatheu) . Under' {lie Patronage of lions. E. IT. Wittenooin, Minister of Mines and IT. W. 'Venn, Commissioner of Rail ways, and all the'- Principal Mining HH'ii on the lieltls. - Eirst class Table, Spacious and well ventitated-Betlrooms, Bathrooms, etc. Large ' -Concert-room ?with first-class Piano. Visitors- ic 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 Hannaxs. : . Specially designed for the hot climate. LEE and MAGOE, Proprietors. ?*; Large and lofty rooms. Comfort guaranteed. Well selected stock of leading brands in wines, spirits,' beers and cigars. Bathroom and every con venience. ^Poll's stables at rear of Hotel. TjliTZPATEICK & ANDERSON, BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS, - Knlgoorlie. T- II I L P and R 0 Y L E 3UILDEKS and CONTRA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895

W] STERN AUSTRALIAN , BANK Established 1841. Head Office: TKHTII ; Branches at Beyeklky Buni'.uky BUSSELTOX COOUJAUDIIS CUK DOSOAKA FRUMASTLE GKJUhUTOX Day Dawk Kai.i5Ouki.ie Newcastle Noktham Southern Ckoss Wihtk Feather Yokk. - Mks&uis, espekasce Agents in j London, At-et,aiue, Al KUJOVRXi^ Svwsky, and all the Australian CqU«Uv&\ This' Bank issues drafts 'on all iU Agents and Brunches, purchases gold ov receives itfov consignment and makes advances against it, and transacts all banking business. « H. D. HOLMKS, General Manager. r* HE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP 1 COMPANY, LIMITED, Is now miming a Weekly Service between the Eastern Colonies and' Western v Aurtralite Thc Steamers employed are :— ' V7e-sol tons Captain S.S. M.vkloo (new) 3;5C0 Anthon S.S. Wolmwka (new) 3,500 Nicol S.S. Jnnamiscka .. 3,000 Dingle S.S. Adelaide ... 2.500 J Lockyer S.S. ADELAIDE, Tuesday, lSHi December. S.S. MARLOO, Friday, December 7th. S.S. INNAMINCKA. December l'2th. AJso a Monthly Service, wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895

ALEX. MATHESOF & CO., HUNT STREET, COOLGARDIE, SOLE AGENTS IN W.A. FOR HORNSBY-ACKBOYD OlL ENGINES, 11OW in use at Bayley's Reward Mine. Caird & Rayner's Condensers, now in use at the Hampton Plains. Schram's Prospecting Rock Drills, now in use at Coolgardie. National Explosives Cq.'s Dynamite, now in use eyerywhc.re. Sandycroft Foundry Company, sup plied the Brown Hill machinery. KALGOORLIE TOWN BLOCKS WANTED. THE 1 T ONDON and WESTERN AUSTRALIAN INVESTMENT COMPANY, ' LIMITED Are willing to pay Cash, for KALGOORLIE TOWN BLOCKS. properties bought and sold, loan* on freeholds negotiated, Apply 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 CASH AT ' ANY TIME For PROVED MINING PROPERTIES. Apply to ALEX. MATHESON & Co., Hunt Street, Coolgardie, A tornieH for the Company in W.A. T71 FETHERSTONHAUGH MINING AGENT, STOCK and SHARE BROKER, A0t£NT FOR CoOLGAK...

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THE Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, DEC. 3RD, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895

— T HE — Kalgooriie Miner, PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, DEC. 2vv, 1895.' ' The recent splendid developments in the Great- Boulder at the 150ft level have put quite a different complexion on the' share 'market, and for the time being, fudging by the telegrams from the cities, the share-dealing public are eager buyers instead of anxious sellers. This is flattering to xis as residents of the premier goldfield of Australia, but it is to be hoped we shall not have to pay too dearly for our whistle. If the present rise merely heralds another slump, it is to be hoped the inflation .of prices will not proceed far, because it is always bad for a field to have a fluctuating market-. Absolute steadiness is not to be hoped for, but sane-thing like stability of value should be aimed a fc by all who have the interest of the field at heart. It is infinitely Averse for ns and for the general prosperity of the place for sudden 'rises and falls to take place in our chief stocks than for the shares to ma...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895

MAIL NOTICES. 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 tke '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 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., will close at 3.15 p.m. Late letters will be received up to 3.45 p.m.; late fee 2-1. 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. Standard time will be adopted through out West Australia at midnight on Satur day. Savings Bane— . Monday ho...

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WEST AUSTRALIA. THE ORLANDO AT FREMANTLE PERTH, Dec. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895

WEST AUSTRALIA. THE ORLANDO AT FREM.AiNTLE~ Pf.mTTr. T)rd. 2* The flagship Orlando returned on Thursday. Admiral Bridge has aban doned his intended visit to Coolgardie.

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DEATH OF THE EX-PREMIER OF AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895

DEATH OF THE EX-PREMIER OF AUSTRIA. The death is announced of Count Taffe, ex-Premier of Austria, aged 62.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. UNIVERSITY FAVORS FOR PERTH. ADELAIDE, December 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895

j'SGUTH 'AUSTRALIA. UNIVERSITY FAVORS FOB PERTH. Adelaide, December 1. Ihe Council of the Adelaide' Uni versity has acceded to a request from Perth to hold a preliminary examina tion there in Ma:ch next. The desire, was also expressed by Perth' residents that the University would establish a permanent centre for holding local preliminary, junior, and senior public examinations, and stops aue being tali en to comply with the request.

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FRENCH CONSTITUTION NOT TO BE ALTERED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895

FRENCH CONSTITUTION NOT TO BE ALTERED. In the French Chamber of Deputies yesterday a motion was brought for ward by the Bonapartist group de manding the revision of the Constitu tion. The motion was rejected by a majority of 200.

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The Only Schmeisser. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895

The Only Schmeisser. It is really time to enter a protest against the exaggerated importance which is being- attributed to repoits on West Australian 'gold mines by the German, Berarath Schmeissor. ' That gentleman is, nq doubt,' a~ very .estim able man, and a shining light -iu his profession, but there arc- at present dozenj of experienced English, Austra lian, and American mining engineers on the West Australian gold fields, many of whom must be -equally skiiful and reliable, while some' of them have, per haps, more experience of gold mining in various parts. . of the. 'world... The 'compliment' which has' been' paicV to' Herr Ben-rath by the Prussian Govern ment of selecting him for this expedi tion Avas, I feel sure, well descrved,'but for my part, I should place auite as_ much trust in 'a report by the well known. American . engineer, Charles Kaufman, or by Professor Nicholas, as in that of the German geologist, and the, two engineers- mentioned should carry quite as much weigh...

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NEW ZEALAND A PLUCKY WOMAN. AUCKLAND, Dec. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895

KEW ZEALAND A PLUCKY WOMAN. Auckland, Dec. 1. A cottage at the JBluuj occupied by a fisherman; named Brake, with his family, was destvoyc-d by fjro on Satur day. A child was burnt to death, find the mother was dangerously . injured through her heroic and successful efforts in rescuing the other ohildrc n.

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MORE ARMENIANS MASSACRED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895

MORE ARMENIANS MAS ? SACRED. The Kurds have killed 200 Arm 3 nians in the Jurtaloon Van .district, and it is stated that in- Anatolia 15,000 Armenians are starving.

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THE TURKISH SITUATION. THE POSITION CRITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895

TILE TURKISH SITUATION: THE POSITION 'CRITICAL. The British Ambassador at Constan tinople, Sir Philip Currie, owing to the unsatisfactory development of negotia tions at the Porte, has- .ordered II-.M.S. Dryad to. proceed through the straits at Bosphorus. This thoroughly alarmed the Sultan, who- at .midnight ^sent for Said Tewfik Pasha, requesting the Ambassador to delay the .execution oj his orders. »', The , Palace party over ruled the advice of the Turkish Govern ment, by which the. S'llfcan was to concede the Powers the right to increase the number of guardships. at Constan tinople. Neither Austria nor Germany have any gunbo.-its to spare for the service mentioned, but 'they intimate they will support the other Powers in any action in (he matter. ? Sir Philip Currie, the ambassador, had an inter-' view of two hours with the Sultan, but refused to comply with the Sultan's, request to delay the passage of II. M.S. Dryad through the 'Bosphorus. The situation has caused a turn in 'a...

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A TRAIN WRECKED BY DYNAMITE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895

A TRAIN WRECKED BY DYNA MITE. ... The insurgents at Cuba -destroyed with dynamite a train conveying a de tachment of Spanish soldiers. The driver of the train and 30 soldiers were killed, and 50 were seriously injured.

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