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Kalgoorlie Warden's Court. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5TH. (Before Warden Fielding.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
Kaigoorlie Warden's Court. Thursday, Decembeu oxii. (Before Warden Fielding.) McGonnigle v. Ebsary. — Application for ., -forfeiture of lease 852, on the grounds of non-fulfilment of the labor conditions on October 10th, 11th, and 12th. Struck out for non-appearance. Doyle v. Moore and others. Appli ? cation for forfeiture of lease 455. - Thomas Doyle, hotelkeeper, residing at Kanowna, in evidence, said he was on this lease on October 28th, 29th, and 30th, and no work was being done. .No work had been done for two months. Produced search. No work had been done on the lease since the plaint had been in. . ? No appearance of defendants. De clared forfei table and recommended.' Fitzgerald v. Bourke. — Application for forfeiture of lease 832e, on the ground of non-fulfilment of the labor con ditions, on October .21st, 22ud, and 23rd. Dismissed with costs. Mulroyan v. Eoff and another. — ; Ap plication for forfeiture of lease 404. Michael Mulroyan, miner, residing at I O U, stated that h...
The German Experts. DECLINE TO VENTURE AN OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
The German Kxperts. DECLINE TO VENTURE AN OPINION. Hen* Schmeisser, the German expert, unburdened himself at an enter-tain.in.ent' given by the Mayor, o.n. Tuesday^ in his honor-, and in honor- of his assistant, Dr Vogelsang. J^e aid not ' give away ' his report, He is much too prudent for such a slip. But he had a little dry fuii at the expense of those who attempted to ' pump ' him, if the colloquialism may be employed. A Coolgardie paper said that 'the Germans were as dumb as a closed oyster. They only s.aid. umph, xim.pl), ox tliej had no opiniqn in particu lar'.'-' Her/ Schmeisser. did 'not deny that brevity is the soul of wit, but he naively remarked '? the short wqrd,s may be misunderstood.' Therefore, he very shrewdly declined to deliver himself on the much ' fished ' for opinion, except to those specially entitled to it, and to them only in black and white, when there would be no possibility of mis construction. ^ T&e - opiriitfil U : not finished,?1 'Wid' Dr. Vogel...
Bardoc News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
Bardoc News. (from a correspondent.) There is little of interest to report in this district at the present time. Water is still very scarce and selling at Is per gallon, in consequence of which a large proportion of the population has left temporarily. There is a very good opening for one or two teamsters here. The mines composed in the Eva group are still working, and are employing 80 men. The properties are now under offer to Bewick, Moreing and Co., at a big figure. The Arthur Gold Mine, owned by the W.A. Venture Co., is employing a 'good number of men, and is opening up pro misingly. ' The Ncrrini Nerrini, which is also full handed, is looking very well. Just before knocking off work at the Waratah, good gold was struck at a depth of 150ft. ' The Homeward Bound, owned by O'Leary, is under offer at a good figure. It adjoins the property of McDonald and party, of Hill End fame. The Bardoc Water supply Co. has had to suspend work owing to the lack of funds. This is a great misfortu...
A MINE FLOODED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
A MINE FLOODED. The Victoria United Mine, at . Bal larat, was flooded last night by an in tense rush of water from the old work ings. A party of tributors, who were working in the vicinity, managed to reach the surface safely, and flood gates were erected in the mine to pre vent any loss of life.
Share Market, ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
Share Market, ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, December 4. ? Great Boulders, £6 12s, £6 8s, £6 10s 6d Brown Hill Junction, 3s 5d T&Q,ck45, lSs, 17s 9d ? ; Boulder Korih Bxl'euded, Is Id Bowlder Consolidated, Is 5kl- Is 9d Croesus Extended, 2s Sic]. .'.. ? Coolgarilica, 46s, 45s, 4§s 3d Erl Kiag, 3s lOd i Eraser's South, paid, 6s Id ' Golden Bar, 5's 3d, 4s 9d Golden Zone, pro. Ss 11s, 9s 2d, con. 7s 9d 7s (id Hannan's Reward North, 4s 7d, 4s 6d Hannans Eureka, Is lid, 2s4id Hannans East, Is 7d, Is 8d Ivanhoe South Extended, 4a 5d, 4s 8d, Ivanhoe Junction, 2s Id, Is Id Island Lake'AiistinJ 4s 3d Kalgoorlie Proprietary, 9s Kirkpatrick's Mount Benson, 7s 6d, 7s 5d ! Lady Mary, 7s 9d, 7s 5d ' ' T^ady Mary South, 2s ' ' ' Moons, ijs Gd ; Mount Charlotte Central, Js 7d Mari tana. con. Ios 1-gd' ' !' Maritana Central. 2s Qd Maritana North, 4s Id, 4s 2d Maritn.ua Extended, 2s Id, Is lOd Iilovmt Benson, 9s 4d, 9s 2d Menzies, pro. $'s JQd, con. 'is 10?jd ; Norseman, ...
THE EARLY CLOSING BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
THE EARLY CLOSING BILL. In the Assembly the Premier stated that he would table the Reciprocity Treaty Bill, and ask the House to con sider it. Yesterday afternoon and evening the sittings were devoted to the further debate on the Early Closing Bill, scenes occuring between the leader of the Opposition and the labor members. The former referred to what he termed the gross ignorance of the latter, who retaliated by describ ing- Sir John Downer's language as beneath that of the meanest cur.
The Building Trade. MORE ADDITIONS TO THE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
The Building Trade. MORE ADDITIONS TO THE TOWN. Among the latest evidences of the rapid development of the town, and the enterprise of the citizens, is the new h otel in the course of erection for Mr W. J. Reynolds. The new struc ture, which will form a handsome addition to the architecture of the town, will include 34 rooms. Front ing Hannan-street a two.storied stone structure is to be erected, comprising public and saloon bars with parlors, a commercial room on the ground floor, and 13 bedrooms upstairs. The public bar, measuring 29ft x 16ft, will face the street. Immediately at the rear is the saloon bar. A passage Gft wide, leading to the stairease, separates these from the two bar-parlors, each of which measures 10ft x lift, and the commercial room, measuring 16ft x 16ft. The bedrooms 011 the first floor each measure 10ft x 9ft. The passage traversing the stone building opens into a courtyard in the rear, encircled by a verandah projecting from a number of iron and wood builb ...
The Premier in Coolgardie, AN INTERESTING CEREMONY. COOLFARDIE De 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
The Premier in Coolgardie* AN INTERESTING CEREMONY, [By Telegraph.] ??^Opbom osr own cor^spondbnt.) ; COOLGAKDIE, De '. 5, ?^e Premier laid the fptjnda|ipn sjjone of the new '.' Courier- v q.nq. if Qqlcjen. Age ?? buildings to.-d.ay. Th.e attendanoe included the Mayor (Mr A. W. M 'Donald), several members of the council, numerous visitors, and re presentativt citizens. In the presence of an enormous crowd the Premier was welcomed by the ' Courier ' editor on behalf of the proprietors. Sir John Forrest expressed his sincere pleasure in taking part in a function so n miportani 'to ' tlie welfare and prosperity of the1 goldfields. Th^ newspaper press' was an absolute neces sity to the population in towns, and in the country districts its influence for s;ood could * nojb jbe over estimated. They were largely' indebted^ to the ' Courier-' for the active part it nacjl talc en in 'promoting the interests of the goldfields, and he hoped t}ie caper, would coiHju^e to ifghold tl|e righ$ |nd 4...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. A WARNING AGAINST DRINK. Adelaide, December 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. A WARNING AGAINST DRINK. Adelaide, December 5. Mr Justice Bundey yesterday con cluded an enquiry in which Anna Bo^lden pctitiqn^d the gjupiieme 0.ourt to decree'that' her husb.aiid, Fredrick Morland Pouldeu, was a lunatic and incapable of managing his business affairs. The respondent is a gentle man of education and good birth, who lately inherited £8,000. In anticipa tion of the money coming to hand he indulged heavily in drink, and behaved so strangely that he was believed to be mentally disturbed, and v/&s sent to, the asylum. After' an'enqHiiry pasting' overr eight days',' tfble 'judge 'decided that the man had recovered and was capable of now managing1 his own affairs. He, therefore, dismissed the petition. b$t directed the r§sp,qnden^ tp pay all cpstsj and 'also 'advised 'h'im/ ifcq 'retrain from'the'use^ot' aiconpl in the future.
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
MAIL NOTICES. Mails for Australian colonies close on Tuesclaj', 10th 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 Wednesday, December 11th, at 3.15 p.m. Mails for the United Kingdom, &c, will close on Wednesday, December 11th. For Kanowna, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 2 p.m. I'or 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 toS 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 2d. Regis tered letters may be posted up to 2.15 p.m. Money orders obtained b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
-HOCKIWG and / Co., ' Kalgoorlie Minei?' Office.' ,v — - /i- . v v We are again to the front with a New and Large Stcck of Books, our own importing, the Best Choice in the Boulder ^District. They consist of the jvery latest Novels, etc. . | '-~ ? Books for Young Men ' -_ Books for 'Young Women .— -: -_- Books for the Camp ... .. , Books for Sunday Reading Books for the Million By the followiug Authors, and many others : — ? ' [ Robbery Under Arms „ ; ' Rolfe Boldrewood ?! A Modern Buccaneer . - .-.. -,. ? ( Miner's Right ?Marcus Clarke i For the Torra of His Natural Life .-:.. . :- : ? ' , ? She Alan Quartermain . Eric Bright Eyes Rider Haggard Nada the Lily - Montezuma's Daughter Cleopatra .'?- - Zola ] Abbe Mou rot ..T ,!' '- - r Love Under the Tile3 ?''-^ ' A Fast Young Man I The Courtesan if-'-.1 . ? Paul de Koch -I Friquettes (translated from the French) The Vampire - . - . ' Man With the Three Pair of Breeches ' ' I and many other Novels Dickens J All of his Works . Shakespear...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
ITNhE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP ' ; A COMPANY, LIMITED, I- no\r running a Weakly Service between the Eastern Colonies and Western ?'?'?'?.' ' Australia. ?-??_' ' '?'?''. The Steamers employed are : — . ~~' Vessel tons Captain ' ; S.S. Marloo (new) 3,5G0 Anthon ? S.S. WollowxA (ncTr) 3,500 Nicol ?S.S. Iknamikcka .. 3,000 Dingle ... : S.S. Adelaide ... 2,500 Lockyer S.S. ADELAIDE, Tuesday, 18th December. S.S. MARLOO, Friday, December 7th. S.S. INNAMINCKA, December 12th. Al«o a Monthly Service, -with S. S. ALBANY, to all NorthrWeat Ports (under Mail Contract : with the West Australian Government). ??-.--.?' The Accommodation of these vessels- is '.. '... .Equal to that of the Mail Steamers. ? . Eull information as to fares, date of ' sailing, See, on application to PENBERTHY & CO., Bayley-utreefc, Coolgardie. or S.HOPKINS, - , . -'- Local Manager, Fremantle. 'ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED. THE S.S. MARLOO, 3,500 tons, Captain Anthon, 'will leave FREMANTLE] for the ' . ' EASTERN ...
Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
Items of News. Captain 'Williams,- laic of Broken Hill, has arrived' to taka charge of the Kalgoorlie mine. A photograph has been' taken bv Mr E. ?Henderson of the local hospital, its inmates, and staff, in two views. Messrs J. Miller and Co. report having sold privately on Thursday four 'town blocks in Perth at satisfactory prices. t A meeting of the committee of the Koman Catholic Church will be held at Quigley's Hotel on Sunday to consider the erection of a church at Kalgoorlie. ' The Kev. Father Deasy will celebrate mass at the new Stock Exchange at the back of Semaphore Chambers, next Sunday at 9 a.m. Evening devotions will also be held at 7.30 p.m. _ Messrs H. G. Vernon and E. L. Hair left Kalgoorlie on . Thursday afternoon. A large crowd of friends assembled at the Exchange, 'and the two ' old hands ' left amid over whelming handshakings and expressions of goodwill. Amongst the latest acquisitions to the local postal department is the addition of postal notes, ranging from Is...
THE Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, DEC. 6TH. 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
— THE — Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. . ERIDAY, DEC. Gtii, 1895. The Premier has completed, his tour of the goldfields, he has favored the good people of Coolgardic with an outline of the impressions that have been made upon him during his trip, and by tins time he is doubtless on his way back to the capital. Now that he has come and gone, it. may not be unprofitable to pass in review the predictions that were made before his coming, to compare them with the events which transpired during his vis^t. and by this review and these com parisons to dcdjj.ee the probable l'esults to the goldfields andiljpgolony in general 'that .shall arise out of Si*' 3 ojaj'ij plover acquaintance with our .cqmlitjojis ..yul requirements. Before the close of the Session, it was often said by i by the malcontent section that the Premier was afraid to face his eastern constituents. When — having at last a brief respite from the arduous labors imposed upon him whilst Parliament was in progress — he ann...
THE DEAN CASE, SIR JULIAN SALOMON'S POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
THE DEAN CASE, SIR JULIAN SALOMON'S POSI TION. In the Assembly yesterday, in answer to a question if the opinion of the Attorney-General had been obtained as to whether Sir Julian Salomons would be charged with conspiracy on account of his offer to supply Dean with money to leave the country, knowing him to be guilty of attempted murder, the Minister for Justice stated that he saw no reason for taking action in the matter.