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The Mechanics' Institute. MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895

The Mechanics' Institute. MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE. The committee of the proposed Mechanics' Institute met on Friday evening, when Messrs Brooke, Haw kins, Abbot and Bartlett were present. It was decided tha*. the actingsecre tary (Mr A, H. Bartlett), write to the Treasurer for the £250 promised by the Premier, in addition to the subsidy of £250 already granted, and for a sub stantial grant of books. It was resolved that Mr Abbot write to Broken Hill for a copy of rules of the local institute ; that Mr Brooke obtain a copy of the Geelong institute'^ rules ; and that the secretary corres pond with an institute within the colon?.

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Miner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895

AUCTION S A' L' E . THIS DAY AT THREE O'CLOCkT*-'* ? ' NEXT TO W.A. BA'NK, '^'^ ' Hoksjjs fl.S ... ('? '? D-Mis '?:-;.? ~-l U 4 J ;S Harness ?''' ..-'??' Drapery Jewellery ?',/ g '-^ .^'} : -?; ':A '^Boots' W ]/i(ji '''? ? ''' ' ' '' also '' ''' /' ' ' 'r\ '] Eight Cases of Lemoks, ' In splendid condition. -Iv v;: '.;.-? TO BE SOLD ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT.; ANY RESERVE. '. LI NT ON AND SAUNDERS,T AUCTIONEERS. r --. ;:--;? WANTED. FIE S T - C L A S S BE IOKLA YE E, For particulars apply ? . F, E.. RANDELL ^;CO;1 H ANNAN'S HOSPITAL: TENDERS are invited for FENC ING the Hospital Reserve. Specifications and all other -auforma-^ tion can be had at Secretary's office,' at the Hospital. Tenders' will- I^a received up to Wed nesday, December- Ht«» XS95, to 12 nopn. Tlie lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. . .. ;, ???,J ??.;?;? r.Mmg^KAw^^d Dec; #1895. *''? — -^ Secretary^-^ YEOMAN OATHOLIG/CHUEOH. ^ j NOTICE. A COMMITTEE MEETING in connec tion with the Erection of a suitable ?Building...

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CARLYLE'S CENTENARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895

CARLYLE'S CENTENARY. .^ Thetseritenary of the. birth-ol Thomas Oarlyle -was celebrated yesterday at Chelsea and Edinburgh. At the former place Mr John Morley delivered an eloquent eulogy.

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ENGLAND AND AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895

, ENGLAND AND AMERICA. The President and Speaker of the Senate and House of Representatives respectively have expressed strong ap pjval of President Cleveland sopln;on regarding -Venezuela, ana '-^-'- ''?»' there is great need to vindicate the claims of the United States^ and to prevent European interference m boutn American affairs. .; Lord Salisbury has replied to. .^resi dent Cleveland's despatch, strongly dis senting from the proposal that the dis pute between Guiana and Venezuela shall be referred to arbitration. Newspapers published in Berlin de voted to colonial interests, commenting on President Cleveland's message to the Congress, 'adopt the view that the United States Government is seeking to manoeuvre Britain and Germany out of their interests in Samoa, and demand the proclamation of German suzerainty^ over the islands.

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895

MAIL NOTICES. Mails for Australian colonies close on Tuesday, 10th December, at 3.15 p.m. Late letters at 3.45 p.m. Registered lettei'S 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 Kanowua, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 2 p.m. lor 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 8 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., afc 11.30 a.m. Delivery by letter carrier as soon as possible afterwards. Outward mails for Perth, Coolgardie, etc., will close at 3.15p.m» Late letters will be received up to 3.45 p.m.; late fee 2d, Rfigis^ tered letters may be posted up to 2,15 p.m. Money orders obtained b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895

. ? - ? IS NOW- IN FULL SWIMG. ' '-' ?'? ''-?'' ' ' '' X . r ; -?.. : - '. ' '' ' ?? . ? v 4 \ /. ' TO, BE SOLD ' SEE ^ADVERTISEO PRIOS ?.. LiST ? IK THE DAILY PAPERS7 ' ~'TjV-'1 ^ V . itlTTKT £-7—7 ' ' ? '' '?' -^'rtPPOSITF ' P^ff^NlAliM^F HOTEL ', ' V' ' ' - ' Printed at the Kajlgoorlib Miner Office, Hannan Street. ' ' ' ,-''' , v . . - i

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THE MANNING OF LEASES. NECESSITY FOR MORE MINERS [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895

THE MANNING OF LEASES. NECESSITY FOR MORE MINERS ; An examination of the last map of Kalgoorlie shows that about 10,000 ?acres are under lease in the whole of the East Coolgardie goldfields. Of these, 2634 acres are held under mininsr lease and 1128 under different leases, which require a large number of men to fully man them. In the North Coolgardie district there are 347 leases registered in an area of 5214 acres, which necessitates the em-, ployment of 1757 men. On a rough estimate, some 10,000 men will be required in the colony to comply with the labor conditions. The various Wardens have already granted exemp tion on the goldfields because the owners cannot find- the number of men required to properly man the leases. The question is now being raised as to the course the Government shall adopt after - the expiration of the general suspension of the labor conditions so that the leases shall not become for feited.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895

£?? ... ? . -.-?.- ?;??.?.??? ? ' ?-' ? ? ? ? ? ? ? v. ' ': .-.??? GREAT STTMMEK DISPLAY OP CLOTHING. ; , ? : N O luL © P E N I N O. '.:.?:? ?,: .-;' .f .V; ;; \ . ..: ^ ' : . . : ulAlj vciovo. OULLy vdoUOe OIA.LV vdoCoe OlJLty \/doCb« &J- ^ (^p Q^/ Qb^ : ! ?_,'??' ???*?? ..TO BE DISPOSED OF IN THE SHORTEST POSSIBLE SPACE OF TIME?,--: '...,. ., _.„.,.. ^ Therefore itsmust be a Quick Sale, and Every Line will be disposed of at the Absolute Laid Down. Cost.' ....,, 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 Flannellette 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 . . 30 Dozen Men's Felt HATS at 2s. 6d., worth 6s. 6d. 100 Dozen Men's SINGLETS and DBA WEES from Is. lid. Each 120 Dozen SILK HANDKERCHIEFS at 4d. Each 50 Dozen j B...

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Telegraphic. WEST AUSTRALIA. H.M.S. ORLANDO. PERTH, Dec. 6. H.M.S. Orlando left yesterday on her return to the Eastern colonies. THE TELEGRAPHIC SERVICE. A SENSIBLE SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895

Telegraphic. - ? -$ ? WEST AUSTRALIA. . H.M.S.~ORLANDO. Perth, Dec. 6. II.M.S. Orlando left yesterday on her return to the Eastern colonies. THE TELEGRAPHIC SERVICE. J A SENSIBLE SUGGESTION; A suggestion, emanating from the Works Department, has been offered to the Telegraph Department for im proving the working of the service. It is proposed that the distributing centre be removed from Perth to York, thereby relieving the Perth office of a vast amount of work, and reducing the distance traversed by messages. The suggestion involves the greater use of the York to Mount Barker line for the transmission of cablegrams, and goldfields telegrams, both local and intercolonial, which will then travel over a less circuitous route.

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BRITISH-COLONIAL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895

BRITISH-COLONIAL TRADE. The Right Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, Secretary of State for the Colonies, has informed the Agent-General ? of New South Wales that the circular letter sent to the Governors of the different Onlonies regarding British and foreign imports has no connection in any con templated economic fiscal changes. The ' Times ' expresses the opinion that great advantage will accrue both to Britain and the Colonies if the latter second Mr Chamberlain's efforts to in crease the trade between them. In the message to Congress President Cleveland said that to grapple with the financial troubles of the United States he proposed to retire greenback treasury potes amounting to four hundred million dollars, and to substitute bonds bearing a low rate of interest. The republican iournals bitterly attack President Cleveland's financial proposals. Accord ing to present indications Congress is no°t likely to adopt the scheme sub mitted.

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PROPOSED ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895

PROPOSED ANTARCTIC EX PEDITION. The Royal Geographical Society and other associations are co-operating with the object of sending a private expedi tion to the Antarctic regions. Fifty thousand pounds will be required to carry out the project.

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THE ARMENIAN DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895

THE ARMENIAN DIFFICULTY. The Sultan has personally appealed to ? Russia1,' 'Austria, Germany, and Jfrarice to withdraw the demand for the presence of an additional gunboat at Constantinople, but the Powers have iUfused to comply with his request. The Pope has gent 50,UUU lire as a donation for the relief of the starving Armenians. \ ... ,. '' £ fresh 'outbreak is reported in the orovinpe of 'pai^vea. 'Sisty Armenians fare 'killed'- ?The Government has been 'summarily digressed by the guWp* pervniUing tforo*tbpeak It is rumoured m Vienna that the foreign wnbaeKKJorg at Constantinople have presented an ultimatum to the Porte 'declaring that unless the feultan, within 72 hours, agrees to permit additional guardships to be stationed at Golden Horn, the gunboats of the Powers will proceed up the Bosphorus,

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The New Warden's Offices. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895

The New Warden's Offices. On Friday we were shown the plans of the new Government offices, now- in the course of erection. The new build ings, which are about half finished, arc of iron and wood, and will be completed in thersame style as the nost and tele graph offices.. The front elevation shows seven windows and three double doors, which will face Hannau-strcet. The building is divided iuto three parts. Nearest Maritana-street is -the court house, measuring 30ft. x 20ft.,;with a litttle ante-rpom for. the use' of the Behch._ ' Next is the' registrar's office, occupying the central position, and measuring 20ft. x 20ft. Adjoining is the survey office, which also measures 20ft. x 20ft. The walls are 11 Ft. high. There are an equal number oi' windows at the rear of the building to that in front. When finished, the rooms will be. well equipped with office furniture. The court will, sit in the. new building , on Monday next, but^ tlie contractors, Messrs Fitzpatrick and Anderson, ex pe...

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THE Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, DEC. 7TH, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895

, : — l'H E — -. .:; Kaigoorlie Miner. PHBUSHJJD DAILY. SATURDAY, PEC 7th, 1895: To invite a guest to your house for the purpose of insulting him would by most people be regarded. as the height of dis--^ courtesy and » brutal inliospiiaHty, but some there be who appear to consider such a proceeding- justifiable. Our tele grams from Coolgardie relating to the aiidress of the Premier to the Gold fieMs K^ijonal League on Thursday evening g'iv.c ju.s.taiicg of such, a case. A eerkitf. individual who, when. SJr John was in Oooigardie a fortnight ?'ago/ wa§ not only most- f.V--£mc iu. his' jiiclc spittle flatter/ of &g sk$?$jf' ^jght; but also most pressing in Jiis 'jrecpesfc a= g, member of the deputation appointed by the league that the Premier would get apart an evening to address that body, exhibited the atrociously bad taste of proposing an amendment to the formal vote of thanks, of quarrelling withthe very proper ruling of the chair, and of tramping out of the meeting with h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895

? rivHE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP ? X \ COMPANY, LIMITED, Is now running a Weekly Service between the Eastern Colonies and Western Australia. - Tho Steamers employed are :^- ~~~- Vessel tons . Captain 8.S. Mabloo (new) 3j5C0 Anthoa B.S. Wollowra (new) 8,500 Nicol, S.S. Inkamiitcea ... 3,000 Dingle S.S.ApgLAlDB ... 2,500 Lock'yer S.S. ADELAIDE, Tuesday, 18th December. S.S. INNAMINCKA, December 12th. Also a, Monthly Service, with S.S. ALBANY, t© all North -West Ports (under Mail Contract ..?withth© West Australian Government). The Accommodation of these vessels- is Equal to that of the Mail Steamers. Full information as to fares, date of ?Riling, &cM on application to PENBERTHY & CO., Bayley-street, Coolgardie. orS. HOPKINS, Local Manager, ..'.., . Fremantle. TTX&E HOWARD SMITH LINE EXPRESS PASSENGER STEAMERS. Intending passengers are invited to inspect the splendid accommodation of these fine ?teamera, which are the largest and most sumptuous engaged in the intercolo...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. ASSAULTING A SEAMEN. SYDNEY, Dec. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895

NEW SOUTH WALES, ASSAULTING A aEAMA^. '~ ''Sydney. Dec. 6. . Nathaniel Munroe; master of the ship Canada, was yesterday committed for trial on a, pharge of assa-ultirig Wm. Myles, a seaman belonging to the ship, on September 19th.' .

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Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895

Mining Notes. ;; '- Mr ;Zebiiia Lane has returned from His tr-ip to the eastern- colQniess and resumed the dir-ection of affairs at the Great Boulder. He looks ail the better for his brief- holiday. The management of the Kalgurli Gold Mines, limited, and the North Kalgurli Gold Mines, limited, recently resigned by Mr W. ;ir. C.;:Lovely,t has been taken over by Mr E. Williams,, la'fej iindergrbuncl manager of ?'?? ? -i- tv ?Rroken Hill Proprietary Mine. Diouiv i.x ? -.,.. nryo j: ? xi -mrist;' ' Dick ' Williams was ^^_ - popular and highly esteemed of iJamci mining men, and those companies are to bo congratulated upon having ? .secured, his services. ..... Good developmental work is being .done on the Sir John Forrest mine — a 12-acre lease to the east of the Maritaua. It -is now about seven weeks since the London company now started work on this property, and they have a great deal to show for the time. One; shaft is down about 70 feet in promising looking staff, whilst another has ...

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ASSAULTING A GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895

ASSAULTING A GIRI,, Robert Martin iras sentenoed to one year's imprisonment yesterday for . assaulting a girl under the age of 16.' The prisoner eloped to another colony with the girl, where he was arrested.

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A MAN VIOLATES HIS OWN DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895

A MAN VIOLATES HIS OWN DAUGHTER. :/::/::; At the criminal sitting* of the Supreme Court yesterday, Gomey Richards, found guilty of having had improper relations , with his own daughter, was sentenced to five years' imprisonment. . . -

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Departure of Mr. Jas. Shaw. SOME HANDSOME PRESENTS. COOLGARDIE, Dec. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 7 December 1895

departure of Mr. Jas. Shaw| SOME HANDSOME PEESENTS. [Faqn): Oun Own Cprrespondent.] [Bt Telegraph.] Coolgardie, Dec,-6/ There was a very large attendance at the Stock Exchange yesterday afternoon ,to bid farewell to Mr. Jas. Shaw, the popular ex-Mayor. The proceedings .:--. were of; a most enthusiastic nature. ' '' clearly indicating the deep feelings of' £/, respect and affection entertained for Mr. . ':' Shaw by the people of the town. Ad- ''''' dresseg were .pr;eseivted to the guest o^ -y b:e'hairoi; Ihe tdwiispWple,' lhe:!iniWsJ -S the Afghan' ^popMatlon/ and Others1, 'aiiij. '7 he was also niade: the' recipient of many -' valuable presents. 'A purse of '200 / sdvereig-ns was 'given by the~ citizens, a ?.'??/' %&& 4$ fy)-\ ciabqratGly worked t&bie-',- - cloth by the Af^hahU, an exefuis'tte goiq bangle for Miss 'Shaw by the ;hotel ier vaiits, three bags of golden nuggetsi ^eiglung^ a- liuijc|reij1' ounces, by' injiipiis qf Upolgaiidje, and a haiidsqn^e wql...

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