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ITALY EXTENDING HER TERRITORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895
ITALY EXTENDING HER . TERRITORY. -? ' in the Italian Chamber of Deputies Signor Blanch, the Italian Minister for Foreign Affairs, said tliat the nation's policy of extending its, co'onies was 'firmly founded. The Government had ' annexed Tigre, a northern division .of Abyssinia, and fortified the frontier There was no power to intervene on behalf of Kin-4 Metrelik. The native' chiefs of Ethiopia had undertaken to support the Italians.
The London Market. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895
The London Market. |~F:tO3i 'Australian* Mail,' Oct. 24.] ?The 'fall ill South African prices has ^. directed- the attention of the speculatiAX - T world to the Mining market more than even-'the rise did; -and London and Con tinental - buyers have ' asked' eagerly Avhether Westralians- are 'to -fqlloAv suit and ' slump ' badly. ' Even :the most detcj mined opponents of 'Westralia have been obliged lately to admit the Avonder f ul hardness of the -market.' There are probably two causes for the firmness, the first being that a # very large amount of the stock sold has been taken up by purchasers, and the second tha'; the Continent has so persistently bought, and still does 'persistently buy stock. Paris has lately thrown on the market a C large amount of stock because of the ^ losses in Kaffir shares, but Germany has, all through the clAviiidlc, bought and sus -tained the market. Germany has been ? influenced by one particular cause, and tins is the report of Professor -Schmeisser ? o...
Kalgoorlie Municipal Council. MONDAY, DECEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895
Kaigoorlie Municipal Council . Monday, Dkcejiber 2. Present : — The chairman (Mr John Wilson), and Ors-M'Kcnzie and TsTetlicr coU. '. ' - ' ' The Chairman. Av--l'coraed Gc- 'No'chdi'-' cotfc, and expressed Ji is pleasure that he had been elected to the position.' Or M'Konzie also Avilcomed the new conn-' cilior, and said that ho was sure that he would do justice to himself and the town. The Sanitary Inspector reported that there had been a great many complaints re the felling of trees, and on visiting the spots of which complaint was made ' found that that they were true. He reported the approval of the new sani tary j-ans, and said tiiafe he would endeavor to have them used through out the town. Gv M'Kcnzie said something ought to be done in tho matter of felling the. treos. ' ? _ , -. ' ? The Mayor said thnfc they had asked, .the contractor to be present' that even ing, and he :.o\v asked that '.he-should be requested to step in. The coniracto.- .was then admitted, and the Mayor a...
A DARING ROBBERY. A THIEF IN A HANSOM. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895
A DARING ROBBERYv A TFIEF IN A HANSOM. About £200 worth of medals and jewellery was stolen from Mr. Kerr's jewellery establishment in George street on Saturday evening, by a man who drove up to the shop in a cab. and coolly walked in and took the ease from where it was hanging. He then re entered the eab and drove away. x\ neighbor saw him, but on account of the wonderful au-lacity of the act, he thought he was the proprietor.
SERIOUS LIFT ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 December 1895
SERIOUS LIFT ACCIDENT, A shocking accident, resulting in the death of an old man, occurred al the Federal Coffee Palace yesterday. Charles Wilson visited the coffee palace, and went up in the lift to the top floor. In returning, however, he mistook the other' lift for the floor. The car, being below the level of the fl.it, accidentally crushed him against the roof. Wilson died within half an hour.
THE ROMAN CATHOLIC COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 4 December 1895
THE ROMAN CATHOLIC COUNCIL. The second session of the Roman Catholic Plenary Council was con cluded yesterday by a public session at St. Mary's Cathedral. During the proceedings it was stated that the .Council felfc convinced, from the great advance made during the past decade by the Roman Catholic Church, that it was absolutely necessary to create several new bishoprics. Congratula tions were indulged in upon the reported success of the Roman Catholic system of education, it being held that the steady advance of the Roman Church was due to it.
A RAILWAY LINE DAMAGED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 4 December 1895
A RAILWAY LINE DAMAGED. Considerable delays have taken place in the running of the Broken Hill trains, in consequence of large washaways on the line on the South Australian side, near Cockburn, and also at Silve:ton, on the New South Wales side. The breakaway near Cockburn is a quarter of a mile long. Mr Pendleton, the Railway Commis sioner, has received a telegram from the manager of the Tramway Compauy stating that the washaways were also 0S&3nsj.ve on t)ie tramway line.
WEST AUSTRALIA. OUR REVENUE RETURNS. THE RECORD BROKEN. PERTH, Dec. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 4 December 1895
WEST AUSTRALIA. OUR REVENUE RETURNS. THE RECORD BROKEN. \ :; ; FgSTH, Pec. 2. : The return of the revenue for the past month gives an increase on the return for November, 1894. The in creases in some particulars are most striking, the figures showing an all round improvement of 120 per cent. The land revenue has increased enor mously, the figures indicating an advance of no less than 2860 per cent. The total revenue from land for last month was £44,693, as against 4JH76 for the same month of 1894, This does not include mining leases, but the increases are mainly due to the sales of land the value of which on the gold fields has been multiplied nearly a hundredfold. The Customs, postage, telegraph, and stamps revenues have each yielded larger totals than in November, 1894, the stamp revenue -being 7£0 per cent, more than last year, whilst' the to£$.l ^as fche greatest yet obtained in any one month.'
Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 4 December 1895
Mining ^foteg. (by our mining reporter.) V,}§ J-Ake View crushing for the past fort night was terl.i£ fops of Ktouc treated for 425 (Oz. of smelted gold. A London Chairman : 'Now, the water question is always cropping up at these Vesjt AoastraMaA pieetings, but I can assure you tnat all you hare got to do is to leave the Wl/tej? question i' W.A. .to. British enterprise and British brains, and it i^ijl -3flni.o alright j|a .the end/' Praise Bull i'roiji Xvhflni' all \Vaters flow.- .: ' ? ' ' : Mr John Howell lias returned to Kalgoor lia nf£e? having had a general look round the fluids, and is satisfied fcljnj there i,s no place to eompai-c with Kalgpflr-ljo fGf the sige an'd yiclmcss of the Jfldes. He is sjtaym'g '.at the Ivn}-rnr!i mine, and is expecting ai'i expert onesij. 'Hiuwgiar who will tafec charge pi that mine and th'c Noj?th Kalgoorlie property.
A BANK CLERIC SUICIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 4 December 1895
A BANK CLERIC SUICIDES, A bank clerk named Adam John Grieve, aged 30 years, employed at the National Bank at Mount Gambier, shot himself with a revolver on the bank premises this morning. He fired §T/e sJjptSj two. of which entered his head. The deceased is reported to Ijaye been very steady, and a most respect able young man. He has lately shown signs of melancholy.