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STEALING FROM A TENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 27 September 1895

STEALING FROM A TENT. A young man, name unknown, was caught in the act of styling -from a tent at Rocky Bay yesterday. One of he navvies working in the quarries observed him coming out of the tent Sa,.- of boots under us «».. The waiting n»'J P»'« Fp ,„{ v be let go stating that he would kill himself before being taken to the lockup. The men, however refused to ,L...^i.;u ...nt.reatv. One went for the police, another back to work, leav ing the remaining two in charge of the prisoner. Before the arrival of the constable the prisoner suddenly made a boun^ and succeeded in shaking off his keepers. Drawing aknlfe'.he sevexed the cords which bound him, and cleared off in the direction of the river which was nan a. m«° ««—-. He quickly distanced his pursuers and Sto the river bank, frhrew- off his coat°and without hesitation jumped in attempting to swim across to the other side. About half way over, how ever, the unfortunate man disappeared, and was not seen again. ,

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Miner
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KALGURLI STOCK EXCHANGE. September, 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 27 September 1895

; KAXGUIILI STOCK EXCHANGE.] September, 2G. Block 45 con, 10s, 8s Gd ; Cosgroves, Bayley's South G.M.C, 7s 6d; Cool gardie G.M.C., 40s ; Central Boulder, 8s 6d; Day Break con, 3s 3d ; Ivan hoe G.M.C, buyers; Ivanhoe South Extended, buyers ; Londonderry Con sols G.M.C., 8s 4£d;Moorfield con, buyers ; Mooreiilecf Pro, buyers ; Per severance Boulder, iOs ; Royal Mint Con, 15s. 13s 6d; Kalgurli Brewing Co., 7s 6d^

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South Australia. THE NEW GOVERNOR. MISS ADA CROSSLEY. OWNS ORIGINAL COOLGARDIE SYNDICATE SHARE. WORTH EIGHT THOUSAND POUNDS. Adelaide, Sept. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 27 September 1895

South Australia. ' T 11 E NEW G 0 V E RNOR. MISS ADA CRO^SLEY. OWNS ORIGINAL COOLGARDIE SYNDICATE SHARE. WORTH EIGHT THOUSAND POUNDS. Adelaide, Sept. 26. We have news from Adelaide to the effect that Miss Ada Crossley, the well-known Australian singer, owns an original Coolgardie Syndicate Share costing ten pounds,. and now estimated as worth eight thousand.

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TELEGRAMS. Queensland. ILLEGAL OPERATION. PROFESSOR HOWARD FREMAN CHARGED WITH MURDER. Brisbane, Sep. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 27 September 1895

I ih L th \* -H. A. i-l ^ ? ^.J' ILjL %i* vS 1 A *2^ ?«*? &*? ?*? **? ^'* ? [By Telegraph.] * ?'' '' ILLEGAL OPERATION. PROFESSO R HOWARD FREM AN CHARGED WITH MURDER. Brisbane, Sep. 26. The charge against Professor How ard Freman of performing an illegal operation on Catherine Noble Crofton has been withdrawn, and a charge oi murder preferred against accused The case has been adjourned until October.

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COOLGARDIE STOCK EXCHANGE. Coolgardie, Sept. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 27 September 1895

COOLGARDIE STOCK EX CHANGE. Coolgardie, Sept. 26. Arrows, 9s 6d, sellers ; Cosgroves, 8s 6d, sales ; Croesus, 1 5s 9d, seller ; Day Break, 4s 3d ; Con,' :5s, 2s Gd ; Bars, 4s, sellers; Likes, 41s 6-1, sales; Moons, 13s Gd, sales; Prvinipr, l4s. buyer ; Mints, 12s 6d, buyer : Tindals, 14s 0d, sales. , : -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 27 September 1895

PROSP9CTUS OF THE . To be Registered as a No Liability Company in Western Australia, under the Companies' Act, 1893. - , CAPITAL, £15,000 IN 60,000 SHARES OF 5S. EACH, 40,000 Shares are offered to the public at 2s 6d on application, and 2s 6d on allotment; 20,000 fully paid-up Shares are to be allotted to the Vendors in part payment for the Property. Provisional Directors : . . '-.',.. ' V G. E. ELBURN, Esq. -\ .A. A. NAUMANN, Esq. ? ??-' ' ' :-' -.. ? T. STODART, Esq. | A. J. DIAMOND, Esq., Frerriantle '? . . .... W. THOROLD GRANT, Esq., Adelaide. . *' ' :-.-/ /% . . -'.',; /?,'!??. , : Bankers : , , ? ? \' .'?'-.? -Zi'~ '.,-''':. V THE BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Coolgardie ' , ' ;; '' '?' ' :i V ' ' -';.'' ;.'t-'-1';.'i';;i- . y! - ' ' Solicitor : -; '?????-_ ;'?'['? '.-'. ''?'.' '.;-, ,'-'-'-. -''^ ? ?''';' :;'J'. ? ' A. G. JENKINS, Esq.' ' ' ''Z \V'\ /'?''' S\ ' *-: '' ':_-,?_.' ? /? -'. ; V ' :, '.-?**' ' , Brokers: . ? *-? \ ' ';/ ' \, _ ;-.. r; .: V '. '', i'' ^v .' . '--'i''V/...

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West Australia. COLONEL GERRARD SMITH SELECTED. A COUSIN TO LORD CARRINGTON. HELD A COMMISSION IN THE SCOTS GREYS. Perth, Sept. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 27 September 1895

West Australia. COLONEL GERRARD SMITH SELECTED. A COUSIN TO LORD CARRING TON. HELD A COMMISSION IN THE SCOTS GREYS. Perth, Sept. 26. The Government have received a Cablegram from ^ Agent-General statin- that Colonel Gerrard bmith has b-n selected to fill the vacancy caused- by the retirement of Sir W C. ™aUS :.,:„,_ TCDM.G. from the Governorship. It is understood that the Governor-elect is well advanced in years, and is a cousin of Loid Garrini/tbn. He Vld a- commission in fheScoL. Greys, fromwhi^r^men^ he retired in September 1870 as Wet Rank Colonel. He was ap pointed groom in waiting to He. Majesty, the Queen on retiring from VhP Arinv It ^ understood that he ^married man with several children In politics the Colonel is a liberal unionist. . ' -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 27 September 1895

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. ; ' ? | -i i COOLGAKDIE. 1 — ? ; r HEKDERS will be received up to 12 noon JL on Saturday, 5th October, for the supply and delivery of Telegraph Poles from Boolong (I.O.U.) to Kurnalpi. Specifications may be seen at the Public Works Office, Coolgardie; at the Post Offices Hannans and White Feather, at Mr David Reid's, I.O.U ; and at -Jr Ames', Kurnalpi Hotel, Kurnalpi. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. PUBLIC WOR,KS DEPARTMENT. COOLGARDIE. rpENDERS for clearing Telegraph Line ' - JL between Boolong (I.O.U.) and Kur nalpi will be received up to 12 Noon on Saturday 28th September, at above Office. Specifications can be seen at the Public Works Office, Coolgardie ; at the Post Offices Hannans and White Feather, at Mr David Reid's, I.O.U; and at Mrs Ames Kurnalpi Hotel, Kurnalpi. The lowest nor any Tender not necessarily accepted. - ..* PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT, COOLGARDIE. nnENDERS for Clearing Telegraph J_ Line between Kanowna (White Feather) an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 27 September 1895

tor-r I. COSGROVE, f W o AUCTIONEER, STOCK and SHARE BROKER, Mining and General Business L«!t, has REMOVED into his hevr and commodious premises, f-T Baylbt Street, Coolsardie. jcLignments recced on commission. |—~ Stock sales held daily. I— ^TX^^^Sderson I PHOTOGRAPHER H ann an Street KALGOORLIE ?All work guaranteed at ^moderate. price. - ' ' ? W- W. EIMISTER and Co., f * General Storekeepers, I IRONMOHGERS AND DRAPERS, ^KALGOORLIE and BOULDER. I rflHE MELBOURNE CAFE bxKSTCLASS^EALSATALL HOT SUPPERS A SPECIALITY. f W J.RICHARDSON,. \ ' Proprietor. -T D CONNOLLY, J . ? Builder £ Contractor, , I Sylvester-st.,- Coolgardie and at the Feather and Ninety Mile. Contracts undertaken on any part oi , / the field. 'subscribers at a distance^ not ik S ceiving their papers will pleas, communicate irith the Loca Agent, or send vord to this Office. :^^ATEXclSG¥li0TEL W White Eeather : Best accommodation and best liquor i kept outside of P«rth- '??,.-. i Also stabling and horse feed, n $ Mr. B. ...

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Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 27 September 1895

gtems of .'gtcuxo . We understand that another opera tor is to arrive in Kalgoor lie in a day or two, the work at the Telegraph Ofiice being far too great for the present staff to copn with. More assistance is a'so required in the Post Office branch, especially in view of the fact that there is soon to be a daily mail. Our readers will be sorry to learn that Lionel, the telegraj h messenger, commonly known as ' the ?'postmaster,'' has been removed to the hospital suffering from what is believed to be fever. His temperature is very high, but he is receiving, every attention tt the hospital audit is hoped his case will' not be sorious. Now that 'the main street is pretty well cleared of the unsightly tre* s there is no impediment to traffic, and a great improvement has .resulted. Maritana-street ought to be the. next one operated on. Mr Marquess reports the following sales at his open call last ?night, viz : — VVentwcrths, Is -9d, is -j\d, Is 9d ; Glen Ewin, £14 10s ; I-vanhoe S-uthj ...

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THE KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 27 September 1895

THE KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1895. The departure, or rather removal of Warden Jephson from pur midst, raises the whole question of the right of Ministers to interfere with the oc cupants of judicial offices. In Mel bourne recently one of the Judges in Insolvency raised the question and pointed out that as the mere servant of the faction in power he scarcely dared deal with the influential offenders against the laws of commercial honestv as he should, owing to the fact that his dismissal — actually Li* bread and butter— depended upon the good will of the members of the Ministry, whose friends he had to judge. In like manner the Wardens of our Gold fields are .dependent upon the favor of the Government for the positions they hold, and at the same time have nominally to dispense justice between members of the ' Six Families ' and the common public. That pey hold the scales of justice fairly evenly under the circumstance is infinitely] to their credit, but...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 September 1895

ABICKKRTON and Co., Steam Saw ? Millers, next M 'Donald's well, bee; to announce that they have started their mill an'd: are prepared to receive1 orders- for Mining and Building Timber. Satisfaction Guaranteed.' j: w. lyall, Manager. A.U-C T.I-0 N' SAL E, . . ' THIS. DAY, '' . 1 At1 Two O'Clock Sharp. x F. A.- MARQUESS will sell1 by auction ? this day, at 2 o'clock sharp, a large Consignment of PROVISIONS. Vegetables, Jams, Pickles, Oat-nseal, Bacon, Oysters, Tea,, Chutney, . Potatoes, Vinegar, Assorted Fruits, Lobsters, Puddings, Honey, Coffee, Peas, Axes, Buckets, Billies, Rope, Sago, Rice, Fry Pans, Tents, 6 x 8, 8 x 10. Consigned for absolute sale. Every line must be sold. After which Tip-Dray, Harness and spleu- : did Upstanding Grey Horse, any trial, Buck board Baggy, Horse and Harness, Bicycle by Humber, Spring Cart and Horse, splen did Turnout, alse several head Draught and Saddle Horses. Immediately after the above, in the as signed Estate of H. Bloom, on the premises, near...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 September 1895

EFETHERSfOKSAUGE' MINING AGENT, STOCK aa-L SHARE I STOKER, | ttEST FOB. COOLCAUDES CAH,B,riK(i Co. , Lt». ' 9 EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, EALGOOBLTE.

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THE NEW GOVERNOR OBJECTED TO. MR DOOLETTES MARRIAGE. NEW MINING COMPANY. NEW YORK DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. THE JAPANESE IN" FORMOSA. THE VATICAN EXPLAINS THE POPE'S ACTIONS. London, Sept. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 September 1895

THE NEW GOVERNOR OBJEC TED TO. MR DOOLETTES MARRIAGE. NEW MINING COMPANY. NEW YORK DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. THE JAPANESE IN FORMOSA. THE VATICAN EXPLAINS THE POPE'S ACTiONS. . London, Sept. 26. Th« 'Daily Chronicle'' expresses its surprise at the selection of Colonel Gerard Smith as Governor of Western Australian, declaring that he lacks experience in affairs of the day. A daring robbery was perpetrated outside th° Pancras railway station, London. The driver of the van was absent from his charge some twenty minutes, and when he returned found that some boxes containing 34,900oz. of silver valued at £48,000 had been spirited away. The empty boxes kav« been since recovered a mile distant ? rom where the robbery took plae/-. The marriage between Mr Doolette ; and Lizzie, daughter of Dr Bale, was celebrated, yesterday, at ;. Birmingham. The Rev Mr Fairbnirn, Principal of i Mansfield College, Oxford, and the Rev Chas Berry, of Birmingham, officiated. Tho church was crowded, included in the...

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MARRIAGE IN HIGH LIFE. THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH'S ENGAGEMENT. MISS VANDERBILTS MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 September 1895

MARRIAGE IN HIGH LIFE. THE DUKE OF MARL BOROUGH'S ENGAGEMENT. MISS VANDERB1LTS MAR- ! III AGE SETTLEMENT. With regard to the engagement of the Duke of Marlborough to Miss Consuello Vanderbilfc it is understood that the personal marriage settle ment of the wealthy heiress will amount to ten million dollars. It is further reported that Mr. Vanderbilt will also settle three million dollars upon the Duke.

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TROUBLES IN CHINA. REPORTED REFUSAL OF GREAT BRITAIN'S DEMANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 September 1895

TROUBLES IN. CHINA. REPORTED REFUSAL OF GREAT BRITAIN'S DEMANDS. In consequence of an infringement of Foreign Rights by a -Chinese Province Government. Britain de manded that the Viceroy of the Prorince should be banished. It is now reported that the Pekin authori ties refused to comply wifch the de mand.

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Items of News [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 September 1895

gfems of IHeros Mr Warden Jephson left Kalgoorlie nn Friday afternoon for Perth via Coolgardie. The news of his departure was not made public or a large gather ing, would, undoubtedly, have given him a send off. However, the staff over which the Warden presided with a few of his friends met at Fagan's hotel and drank his health amid expressions of good wishes. Mr Jephson will leave Coolgardie on Sun day for the railway terminus, to which he wi.l be driven by Mr W. R. Wilson. The Hon. H. J. Saunders, M.L.C., managing director of the W.A. Gold field Co., Ltd., accompanied by Mr Backhouse, the manager, has arrived in Kalgoorlie- 'en route' for the White Feather. Mr Saunders was the first to float a local mine on the Lon don market, and is responsible for introducing much of the capital needed for opening up these fields. He will start the battery at M'Auliffe's Re ward mine on Monday, and wiil have a general look at the very ric ('pro- perties of the district. The Acting-Warden (Mr. P....

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THE WAR IN CUBA. THIS SPANIARDS SEVERELY DEFEATED. FOUR HUNDRED MEN" LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 September 1895

THE WAR ITS CUBA. THlii SPANIARDS SEVERELY DEFEATED. FOUR HUNDRED MEN LOST. The Cubans claim to have inflicted a lieavy defeat upon the Spanish troops. They state that as tlm result of a severe engagement, the Spaniards lost 400 men rind ' were obliged to re treat; TIih losses -of the5 Cubans are stated at 40. . . :. i,

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Kalgoorlie Warden's Court. Friday, Sept. 27. (Before Warden Fielding) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 September 1895

Kalgoorlie Wardens Court. Friday, Sept. 27. (Before Warden Fielding } Exemptions were granted on leases 550, and 102, 708. Mr R. L. Hair applying on behalf of applicant. Also on 1085 and, 773;. applicant, Elijah, Preston. The case of. Hughes v. Anderson, which was set down for hearing, was adjourned for 14 days. ........ The case of Hooks v. Fox was also'-. adjourned for 14 days. West v. Brimmage. — This was a case in which the plaintiff objected to an application for lease 1246 by defen dant, on the grounds that the lease , had never been pegged by defendant. Mr R. L. Hair appeared for the plain tiff, who was giving evidence when Mr Parsons intimated that he had just been instructed to appear for the de fendant, and asked for an adjournment for a week, which was granted, costs to be borne by the applicant. Scoles v. Martin. — An adjourned, case in which plaintiff applied for for feiture of lease -726e. The Court adjourned until 2 o'clock. The court resumed its sittings at 2' o'cloc...

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THE ENGLISH MONEY MARKET. COLONIAL LOANS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 September 1895

T HE ENGLISH MON EY MARKET. COLONIAL LOANS. The London ' Standard 'v declares that the money market: is making ready for severai new Colonial Loans.

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