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THE OPENING OF THE REICHSTAG. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
THE OPENING OF THE REICHSTAG. At the opening of the Reichstag Emperor William said that he was ever ready for co-operation with the. Qj^her European powers. ' j^ctiWftrWih 'the fight of his own interests, :~he would join in' any effort' to provide for the ?peace of Europe. ' Respecting the deplorable course of events in Turkey, he declared that the efforts made for jjie restoration of order wer| justified, and' hoped' 'that'the'y'wo-ald'nie'el with success.
THE GREAT IMPERIAL IDEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
THE GREAT IMPERIAL IDEAL. The Colonial Secretary, Hon. J. Chamberlain, is sending a oircular to the various Governments, asking for particulars relative to the foreign trade. with a view to ascertaining the extent to which foreign trade has displaced British imports. He is desirous of securing for British producers and manufacturers the largest possible share of the trade of the Empire. Mr Chamberlain invites suggestions as to means for increasing the exports of colonial products for which there is a gqqd indrket in England and else where in the Empire. Mr Chamber lain consulted the Agents General and the principal merchants in the Eng Jand-Qoloriial trade befpre he. de spatched the circular. The London newspapers generally approve of the circular, the ' Standard ' in particular commending the action of Mr Chamber lain, and declaring tw ^- J-^ required is likely to prove of the highesj; utjlify. The departure, niade py the membpr for 'Westf Birmingham jiarks, it says, an important p...
ANTI-JEWISH DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
ANTI - JEWISH DEMONSTRA TION. Anti-Semiticism is gaim'v-~ - l ^Vf — - ?., —6 strength . . wuDa. Yesterday an extraordin ary procession was witnessed in the Austrian capital, two thousand women inarching through the principal streets threatening and insulting the Jews. It is reported that the Czar, conse quent on an appeal from the Sultan, will not join England and the other Powers in insisting upon the presence of an additional gunboat at Constanti nople.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
HANNAN'S HOSPITAL. mENDEKS are invited for FENG JL ING the Hospital Reserve. Specifications and all other informa tion can be had at Secretary's office, at the Hospital. Tenders will be received up to Wed nesday, December 11th, 1895, to 12 noon. . The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. R. G. C.SHAW, Dec. 4, 1895. Secretary. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. NOTICE. -..;'-. £%?£;? A COMMITTEE MEETING in connec tion with the Erection of a suitable Building for the Roman Catholic Church at Kalgoorlie will be h.6ld at Quigley's Hotel next S\\ndjiy, the 8th inst. Members are requested to. attend. The Rev. Father Deasy ?will preside. npHE RET. FATHER DEASY begs to JL announce that he will celebrate Mass at the New Stock Exchange, at back of Semaphore Chambers, on Sunday next, 8th instant., at the hour of 9 o'clock a.m. Evening Devotions at 7.30 p.m. MECHANIC, good references, wants Employment ; experience with crush ing, machinery. Apply — Maeliine^y-,- .:Ppst' Office, Co.olgardie. '-? n...
AMERICA'S FINANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
AMERICA'S FINANCES. President Cleveland, in a message to the new Congress, declares that the finances of the Republic are in a dangerous condition, and required heroic treatment. Me deprecated taking a blind plunge into free coinage under the name of' bimetallism, and expressed a hope that the Powers will not delay in taking prompt and effective action in regard to Turkey. He re quires the payment of the Behring Sea award, and invited the Congress to relieve the United States from its irksome and unnatural treaty obliga tions respecting Samoa, and the trouble between Cuba and Spain, and insists that it is the duty of America to maintain a strictly neutral attitude.
Great Boulder Crushings. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
Great Boulcte Crushings. The following are the Great Boulder crush ings lip to date : — August, 1894 .... 30 tons for 155 q.s. April 18, 1895 ... ?3 .. 331 „ Mftf % „ ...' 12S - „- 1,289 „ May 24, „ ... 142 „ 1,276 „ June 8, ,. ... 126 - -„ 1,0 J 7 „ June 22, „ , ... 161 ' ., 1,2S3 „ July 6, „ ... 15? „ 1,227 ., July 20,* „ ... 190 „ 1,700 '„ August 6 ., ... 176 „ 1,598 ,, August 20 „ ... 160 „ 1.310 .,' Sept. 3. ,', ... 392,. „ 2,212 '., Sept. 17 „ ... 403 „ 2,595 ,'j Oct. 1, „ ... 345 ., 1,879 „ Oct. 15, „ ... 357 „ 1,?5,3 ., Oct. 28, „. ... 28,5 v i;45,5 [, Kov. 10, ,,' ... 345 „ 1.879 ,. Nov. 24, „ ..; 29'0 „ J.212. „ . : . Tqlal .., ,., 3,0?9, ., 2317873' „
BRITAIN AND AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
BRITAIN AND AMERICA. In connection with the frontier diffi culty between British Guinea and ?Venezuela, President' Cleveland has informed Great Britain that the Washington Government was firm in its determination to oppose any attempt on the part of Great Britain to increase its territory. He has also expressed the opinion that the whole question should be referred to arbitration as the only way to obtain a settlement of the difficulty. The reply of Great Britain is expected shortly.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
Hannau's Brown Hills have risen even faster than we led our readers to expect, and'are said to be on their way to, £20. The capital is sniaVj, ftnd the shares might w.eli reach '^i0 without uncUiJiy capitalising the concern. The first crushing is expected next month. 'We advised our readers last week to, buy Hannan's Proprietary., \yhtcji could recently l^e been pwlJed'iip. at £1 prc miiym,' birt .are now £1 10s. The pro.=. perty'is a very fine one^ ai$' the slia.re-8 can well go, better-, a,s m,ay- Lady piionton, IVlenzies (Mden Ago, ami Wealth of ^ations, b all W*-- ' ''ihv eat » -1 ?','. ^1S aboutJtobrms oiiosidiary company, and aie a strong market 'tip. H or people who want something a little more solid than mines, and yet wish to have a finger in the prevailing craze, there is nothing better than town properties of 'Western Australia, which is making solid pro gress and has invested its capital to very great advantage. A mine which has not been much in favor, biit for. which we...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 December 1895
.'- ' /' ? ' ? . ? __ „ , ? __: i- / . - - ~ ' '; ? - / „ -'.'?''', ' -.? —'?' '?''.. ♦ '. ^'-'^1 ' '...-.....?....-.. ') ? noxm © r e n i n o. ;.... :/, * . . ?j^ V TO BE DISPOSED OF IN THE ? SHORTEST POSSIBLE SPACE OF TIME.'' ' ^ ? , .?? -. ; .-:-.. . r . , - =? - ? :-- : THE RECENT DESTRUCTIVE C.-NFLAGRAT1OW IN COOLGARDIE. ? .^*^ Therefore it must be a Quick Saie9 and Every Line will be disposed of at the Absolute Laid Down Cosf?S^J A FEW QUOTATIONS OF PRICES WILL GIVE SOME FAINT IDEA OF THE SACRIFICES TO BE MADE ;« ^ 150 Dozen Men's Merino and Cotton SOCKS at 3d. per Pair 150 Dozen Men's Knitted SINGLETS at Is. Each . . ?? - ? 100 Dozen Men's Flaimellette SHIRTS at 2s. 6d., worth 5s. 6d. ' . , - 50 Dozen Men's Large Size Working FLANNELS at 2s.' 6d. -'.'_': - , ' ,- -- ?- 80 Dozen Men's Silk TIES at 4d. Each - ..???.- 80 Dozen Men's Felt HATS at 2s. 6d., worth 6s. 6d. ' ' . ?? ? ' 100 Dozen Men's SINGLETS and DRAWEES from Is. lid. Each ' - 120 Dozen SILK HANDKERCHIEFS at 4d. Eac...
THE GROUNDING OF FRENCH WARSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895
THE GROUNDING OF FRENCH WARSHIPS. The inquiry into the grounding of the two; French warships at Hyeres has been brought to a close. The court martial declared that Admiral Gervai3, ?whose flagship was one of the vessels which went aground, is to blame -.j.or having kept so close to the shore. At the same time it is intimated that the -. fault was greatly lessened hy thu fact that the sandbank on ta which the war ship ran was not marked on the chart.
ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, December 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895
ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. .;?? ? (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, December 5.: ' Boulders, £6 10s, £6 4s, £6 6s Brown Hill Junction, 3s 4d Boulder Central, con. 5s Block 43, 15s 3d ? Cossmrres, §o -»d. . ... OpotgaVclieav 43s 6d, 46s 45s 9d , ? ; i : Etl'Sing, 3s8d .' - : .' , Fortune War, 2s 6d, 2s 3d Golden Bar, 5s .' ' -..-..? ;.- ' Golden Zone/paid^ Q3 Id, &3 9d, eon. 7s Gel . Hanr*aii:-s Qenfral, ll's G.d, i.is 9d\ .: . - Kaniian'* Betfard North, 4s 7d' ' Hanrfaii's Eureka, 2s 6d, 3s 2d, 3s 5d Ivanhoe, 20s' . -.???? Ivanhoe -South Extended 4a Gd, 4s 4d. Kirlrn.atri^GK's Mount Benson, 7s 6d T ' ?^'IVa^SOs :| ' ?' ' ' ?':. L-adyMary;7sM Lady Mary South, 1% 8&K \h t$ Mqgr5j '^' MouKt'CliavJotte Ea,s.t, Is Qq tflbunt Charlotte C-nfcraj, la 6-^d $Tar$?$a, }as 6d . , Jfamana 'Central, 2s 9-1 Maritana North, 4s 2d, 4s 3d Maritana Extended, la Hd, 2,a Mount Benson., 9s ^d, £(s. 64 ? ' ; ^losi^.a, B?-°- Vs iQ^, cpn, 5^ ...,., Beefer's Evu?ekft, IQs', % l%-\ Southern Boulder, 11s...
Exemption. ITS ORIGIN. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895
Exemption. ITS ORIGIN, y;v: |i Just at the present moment there is no more pressing question connected with the goldfields than that of exempt tion. It has been usual to declare a pro- ' longed holiday at this season, the result of which has been' to suspend the opera tions of the conditions involving forfei ture in cases where work is not carried on at the mines. The origin of a lengthy exemption, which dates many years back, was the scarcity, or rather almost total absence of water during the summer months on the Yilgarn gold fields at their fivJ, stave, which made it impossible for the miners to continue work. When the water trouble, so far as the support of life was concerned, was conquered a plea was put in that a prolonged holiday should be allowed to the miners to per mit them to visit their families in the Eastern Colonies. In some oases so long a holiday was granted as four months or even more, in instances the exemption rising as high as half a year. In those days it appea...