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Send-off to Mr W. C. Rowe. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 9 December 1895
Send-off to Mr W. C. Rowe. On Saturday evening the employe's of Q§ie Maritana 'Mine with a few friends.* .'assembled at Rosenthal's hotel, and. *g*ro Mr W. C. Eowo, managejL^of sthe: mine, who is leaving for ilie^astenu colonies, a hearty send-off. . ' \- -'k - h,¥1' Mullcr in-opodcd ' ThefQueen,'^ -which was drunk to the aecompiuiiment' of the 'National Anthem.' Mr J. A. Turner sang, « The Sick Stockrider.' ^rrwjr^j\'jHJeTi1T'-^rop^^ ~''Thc' Ladies,' coupled v,-ith the -name of- Mrs ,,Kaayc_.. . TOThe_toast wwas -^drunk-— with- , musical -honors., . - --- .,- l ?.? , ' t The Chairman sang, «'E dunno where 'e are.' ' ? '?- ' Mr Turner proposed ' The Minino Industry.' He- had no doubt that they Jiad . all^ benefited by,, the mining ,jn- ' dilsti-y; especially 'by .the ' success which had attended .this. field during tlie last sixr-mdntlis.lal'The; toast was honored Avith,enthusiasm. 'Captain W.' C.' Eowe' saiio- ''The four Sarahs.' ?:*.?' o- The Chairman proposed the toast of 'The Gu...
NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMENT. THE TAXATION PROPOSALS. DISAGREEMENT BETWEEN THE HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 9 December 1895
NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIA MENT. THE TAXATION PROPOSALS. DISAGREEMENT BETWEEN . THE HOUSES. A message was recei'ed by the As sembly yesterday from the Council announcing its concurrence in the Land and Income Tax Assessment Bill, with an amendment making the date of the impost the first day of next year. The S;eaker said that this was an aniend nienfc in a moiify bill, and therefore trenched upon the privileges of the As sembly. A debate followed, and finally the message and assent were received with a protest moved by Mr Reid that the action of the Assembly, in accepting the amendment, shall not be taken as a .. precedent. ; L In the Council the third reading of the Land and Income Tax Bill and the Customs Duties' Abolition Bill wore carried. .. ,; ?
The World's Gold Production. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 9 December 1895
The World's Gold Piebduc tion. The increase in tlie world's annual gold .yield,, remarks the ' Australian Mining Standard,' -attracts universal -notipe. In, 1892 -it '^ aggregated 7,041, S22 fine ? ounces ; in 1893, /,oo^,u/r, an xnprease of 9 per cent. Iir 1894 there ,was an increase of 26 J-- per Gont. on the figures of the preceding . year, tho yield being reckoned at 8,781, 0l4oz. 'It is estimated that the world's gold will this year aggregate ' 9,S00,000 fine ounces, an increase of ,12 percent, over the yield of 1894. or more than if per cent., over the yield of three years ago. Seeing that all over the world there is the grea'est activity'', in mining, matters, and that the atten tion 'paiil'to' gold-mining in particular gVoys as the months _ advance, this esti matedocs not'appear a; \jfhit.-|-oo san guine. 3outh Africi .and''America ^ill contribute largely' tcMthe e^tiinaled ^dvauce, and though^ it is & dangerous fijing Iq prophecy, v/e tjaite expoct to, see Australas...
THE DEAN CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 9 December 1895
THE DEAN CASE. The hearing of the Dean case was resumed yesterday. After a long argument M- Justice Cohen decided to admit as evidence the speeches made by the accused Crick and Meagher in the Assembly when remarking upon Sir Julian Salomon's charges. The case was further adjourned.
New Alluvial Find. TWELVE MILES BEYOND WHITE FEATHER. A 25-oz. NUGGET. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 9 December 1895
New Alluvial Find. TWELVE MILES BEYOND ?ej^iT-WH IT E FEATHER. ;: f -A2.J-O/5. NUGGET. '- ?§£2e^Gx'i:itBnicnt Avas caused locallv yesterday by the announcement that a big find of alluvial gold had been made some twelve miles beyond White Feather, jUMojoJLthe_Mount--Eba_ trade.- Mr. P. McMamidj prospector r of the well Jj^y^iJ^^il1'? field,' came .into, Kal goorlie on Saturday night with a very nice lot of nuggctg obtained from this 'spot,- one of them-weighing about' 25 dz. A good deal1 ., of , prospecting and dry blowing has been going on in the locality recently?- but --rio sensational-dihds had beeu,:imde.' Tlie'' spot Is''a^w''mile3 beyond Vint, are lyic^vji; asr Ji|fv|jJteV Feather iL-ikes.-' A mimberrof^Eties went1' out yesterday,, but' 'havf^fib&yet returned.- ' V ' ?'??A ,??.*
A STRANGE DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 9 December 1895
|f JTA5|tR ANGE DEATH, An old woman named Jenkins was found dead in her bed yesterday morn ing. From appearances it is gathered that the woman became frightened through the terrific istorm which was raging during the night, aud covered herself completely with the blankets, death having apparently resulted from suffocation.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 9 December 1895
A MEERY ? .-CHRISTMAS AND A -.„, ? CHAPPY .NEW YEAR, HOCKING AND ? Co., 'Kalgoorlie Miner' Office Would remind the Public of Kalgoorlic and tlie Surrounding District: that the Gey and Festive Seaxon is closa at jhanel, and that they have just . reeceived direct from Engand a ' LARGE SHIPMENT OF : ? CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR CARDS. THE BEST SELECTION TO BE SEEN OUTSIDE OF PERTH. Christmas ©arsis ff®r tise Children. Christ mas ©arils for ifos OM Folks at Home. OhrlsfE^as Osriis f@s° E^ery©Biga These are all in the Very Latest Designs, in Booklets, Ivorine, Australian Flowers* Australian Scenery, and Views of the West Australian Goldfields. Our Customers 'will find it to their advantage to make an Early Inspection, and thus secure the Choicest arid Prettiest Cards. WJ- STERN AUSTRALIAN BANK Established 1841. Head Office: PERTH ; Branches at Beyerlky Bunt.uky bussklton cooluardie Cra Doxgaka Fkkmantle Ueraldtox Day Daws' Kalooohlie NkWCASTLI! NoitTIIAM ?; Southern Cross White Feather York....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 9 December 1895
flvHB ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP JL COMPANY, LIMITED, Is how running & Weekly Service between the Eastern ColonieB and Western Australia. The Steamers employed are ;:— *. Vessel tons Captain 15.S.. Marloo (new) 3,5C0 Anthon 8^8. ' WoixowrA (new) S,500 Nicol . 8.8. Innamijtcka .. 3,000 Dingle S.S. Adelaide ... ' 2.500 Lockyer SiS. ADELAIDE, Tuesday, 18th December. S.S. INNAMINCKA, December 12th. ?.-Alio a, Monthly Service, with S.S. ALBANY, * to all North-West Ports (under Mail Contract with th© West Australian Government). The Accommodation of these vessels is 'Eq»al t© that of the Mail Steamers. Full information as to fares, date of Bailing, &c, on application to PENBERTHY & CO., Bayley-Btreefc, Coolgardie. or S. HOPKINS, ? ' Local Manager, 'l ? Frcmantle. ? i ? ? ^ ? -.'..' . rTIHE HOWARD SMITH LINE EXPRESS PASSENGER STEAMERS. Intending pasaengcrB are invited to inspect the splendid accommodation of these fine ?teamero, which are the largest and most sumptuous enga...
THE Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, DEC. 9TH, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 9 December 1895
— T II E — .Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, DEC. JItii, 180.3. The lardy efforts of .the (juuucjii and committee towards the : establishment of a Mechanics' Institute lias at last been quickened into a' new and ?xi«14,'.-j) vital ity, and the final arrangements for en- - tering upon the erection and furnishing of the building are now being undertaken in real earnest. At 'a meeting of the committee, held- a, few evenings ago. it was ? resolved* that' the Treasurer be communicated with in order to obtain the additional grant of- £'2i)i), promised by the Premier, and also to ask for a sufft.ient &ml suitable supply of books. The coumiitt'-'C ace i*ovf considering tike plans of the proposed building, and it is to be presumed will soon be in readiness to call for tenders for the carrying out of the work. Tlu's^ furnishes another instance of the liberality«-;t)f- the present Government, inasmuch as^hey have con tributed largely - tow^rds^th^establish-,.. menfc of educat...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 9 December 1895
MAIL NOTICES. Mails for Australian 'c-ilonics close on Tuesday, 10th December, at S.lo p.m. Late letters at 3.45 p.m. Registered leltevs at 2.15 p.m. A supplementary mail for the Australian colonies will close on Wednesday, December 11th. at 8.15 n.iii. . Mails for the United Kingdom, &o., will close on Wednesday, December 11th. - For Kanowna, 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 delivcry-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., at 11.30 a.m. Delivery by letter carrier as soon as possible afterwards. Outward mails for Perth, Cpplgardie, 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 m&y be posted up to 2.15 p.m. ...
RUSSIAN MINISTERS AT LOGGERHEADS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 9 December 1895
RUSSIAN MINISTERS^ AT, loggerheads; -jf| An iinbroglie has arisen between M. De 'Witte, the Russian Minister f»i Finance, and Count Yorontzoff Dasch koff, the Minister for the Imperial Household. M. De Witte insisted upon examining the accounts of the Czar's household, and this provoked a conflict with Count Daijchkoff. M. De Witte is considered to have en dangered his position as Minister of Finance.
FELL FOUL OF THE SOCIALISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 9 December 1895
FEfcL FOUL; OF-THE _' : ^-.,;&OGIALISTS;m ~K-;; The Prussian Minister for State. Herr Von Killer, has been dismissed from, the Ministry by his colleagues; The reason assigned for this act was. tlie issujng of an'Wrin'trary order' upqn;. fjis Cjwii authority closing tjie, Socialist Club at Berlin. It appears th.at he acted similarly in regard to the Cologne Socialist Club some months ago.
Cable News. THE ARMENIAN TROUBLE. RUSSIA WATCHING ENGLAND THE GRAND OLD MAN'S OPINION. LONDON, Dec. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 9 December 1895
Cable News. THE ARMENIAN TROUBLE. RUSSIA WATCHING ENGLAND THE GRAND OLD MAN'S : ' OPINION. . .Tg'* S .-'^* ; £ Ldsbox, Dec. G. f? Believing 'that Britain intends to enter the Dardanelles without consult ing the other Power.-, the St. Peters burg authorities have ordered the Russian warships at Sebas'opol to be armed and ready to sail within 24 hours. A fleet of 1b ships is .11037.. assembled at Sevastopol. The report is current in Rome that Said Pasha- is'' takin« refuge with the British Embassy at Constantinople. Mr Gladstone ha3 stated, in reply to a letter from a correspondeat, that he will welcome any movement which will assist the Armenians to wrest from the Sultan the victory he 'has obtained over Europe. He still hopes that the powers. will refrain from becoming utterly ridiculous before the world. Said Pasha has gained the Sultan's displeasure by the outspoken way in which he-has supported the actior^of. the'' Powers in -urging the Armenian reforms. He has, in consequence, b...
Alleged Salting of a Mine. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 9 December 1895
Alleged Salting of a Mine. The shock to the community occa sioned by the announcement that the Angipena Treasure Mine, in the northern part of this colony, had been salted is not likely to be forgotten for a very considerable time says the ' South Australian Register.' It will be re- h membered that the Angipena Treasure ' was the mine in which so many members of both Houses of the South Australian Parliament were interested, and concern ing .'which they had great hopes. Their : expectations, were based on what they had every reason to believe was most re I liable7 ahcl authoritative evidence of the .presence. of an unusually rich lode. Mr White and Mr Poynton visited the property and reported last August that it promised to surpass anything in the shape of a gold mine that we yet had in South Australia. Tlie member for Light went so far as to point to tho fact that the composition of the reef more closely resembled that of the Great .Boulder at Kalgoorlie than anything else he had ...
The London Market. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES FIRM; WESTRALIANS AGAIN HARDENING. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 9 December 1895
The London Market. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES FIRM ; WESTRALIANS AGAIN HARDENING. (From the ' Australian Mail,' Oct. 31.) Australian Government securities, hare remained firm during the past week, and only one movement has to be recorded in them, viz., a decline of 10s in New South Wales four per cents. ? As regards mining sharesjvtlie; \yeek/f has not been altogether uneventful, jand it seems that the Westralian-maa-lce^is quite outside the influence of Kaffir shares. J3oth ? sections have, on the whole, shown a liai-iler tendency', but they ?have- moved -independently.-- -The Settle- - ment, which was looked forward to wifch a certain amount of anxiety, -.has, up to the time oil writiiig,'^pa\sed off, exceed- ] ingly well. ?- -Hie --account- open for the rise is very much reduced, and after the1' 'slump that has taken 'place, it' is no't surprising that nin'e -teiitlis- of the changes-are -in-the-dovr-n-' w.ird direction. It is, however, noticeable thatviu the few. advances which -arc-...
SALISBURY'S REPLY TO AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 9 December 1895
SALISBURY'S REPLY TO AMERICA. Lord Salisbury, in reply to the American protest against Britain's action in the Venezuela dispute, is now known. The Prime Minister's em phatically declares that Britain asks for no more than her rights in demand-, ing that the boundary shall be defined as it always has been by the line between Venezuela and Guiana marked by the German explorer, Sohomberg.