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ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, December 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 9 December 1895

ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. ? (By Telegraph.) ? Adelaide; December 6. Broken Hill Proprietary, 64s, 6'2* Qd, 64s Gil:.- ??,-???? ;' ????-? ?-- -: ?:- Blook 14, 23?- 6d, 29s 6d ? K. British, new 14s 3d, 13s 9d, Us 6d Junction, 48s, 50s Souths, pro. 15s 6d, 16s, 15s 9d Junction North, 12s 4d, 12s 6tl, 13s 6d Boulders, £6 4s, £6 Is 6d, £6 3s : . Brown Hill Junction, 3s 5d, 3s 9d Block 45, 17s, 16s 9d Boulder North Extended, 11s Gd Boulder Consolidated, Is 9d, Is 8d Coolgivrdies, 45s, 46s Erl King, 3s 6d, 3s 7d Fraser's South, pro. 6s 3d, Gs 2Ad Golden Bar, '4s lOd, 5s Golden Zone, pro. Ss lOd, 103 3d, con. 7s 3s, 9s Ud Hannan's Central. 12s Hannan- Re.wart] North, 4s Gd . - r. Hiinnau's Ev,r.eka', 2? Qd - - . . I Ivaiiliqe South Extended, 4s 3,d, 4s 2d Iv-anUoe Junction, \3 ^l-l. Is 10,^t' Island Lake Austin,' 3s 1 ]d ' ' Iiirkpatrick's Mount Benaan, 7a Gd J^akc'View, 4?s Gd Lady Mary, 7s 3d, 7s f?d Lady Mary Sonth, Is 8d Moons, 3a . - „ Mount Charlotte Central, Is 6d. Is 8d Maritan a Sou...

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THE VENEZUELA DISPUTE. BRITAIN'S ATTITUDE [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 9 December 1895

THE VENEZUELA DISPUTE.! BRITAIN'S ATTITUDE, It is understood that Britain adheres to the demand that the frontier of British Guiana shall be marked by the line marked by the German explorer, Schomberg, although Venezuela claims some of the territory described by him as British.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 9 December 1895

NEW BOOKS ! NEW BOOKS 1 A LA RGE ASSORT XI K NT Just Arrived. By:;tlie 'most^Popular Authors; A ^:- '* * ? : -cI'l&^axd-5 INSPECT. 1 .^ . 11 ovc k iK',a vAsn-..aa,«*..-. ivALGOORLIE-MlNEil 'Oili'je. 1,1 O U ^T D . A PU11SS. containing money. Owner can have same by paying cxpeiisc's. , ; - , k. OLIVER. , c/o Tv7. Odgor-J, Foreman for Pnilip & Uoyle. ITHLBTIC- ' S -P O R T S . A ? A PUBLIC JMEETIXU will bcrlnui at the' Australia Hotel, at Span. 0:1 MONDAY, for the purpose o£ avmiigins fov Sports to bo held chiving the- Christmas .holidays. A. MOXCK, Convener. to-, leaseholders; .--mine, managers, and others. in the; kalgoorlie district. ? T'flHE Municipal Council of Kalgoor I lie has applied to the Government to bring an area, included within a jive mib radius of tho Town boundaries under tlio provisions of the ' Public- Health Act, 3 880.' Tn view of the early notifi cation ot this* matter in the ' Govern ment Gazette/' aud the noeossity of com plying with the clauses...

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Exploration of West Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 9 December 1895

Exploration of 'West Australia. f '-'?' :(From a London Exchange )' ?; -- Messrs Yihce F. Barker, Mj3:, and' H. H. Massey-Westroppe, O.E., two membersj of the exploring party- sent put by the Yilgarn Deploring Con: pany, limited, are now in London, and a representative of -the 'Financial JN ews 'has been able- to obtain- some' of their impressiousoE West Australia, aiid of the prospects of the Coolgardie ?goldfields generally. In the interview published by our contemporary we gather that Mr Bavkt-r (who has spent some years on the field.-) and his party discovered the well-known Barker's Find, 21 miles from Coolgardi-vwh.icli is now a busy centre for such com panies a? the LiniieHok, Glasgow, Westralian, Gqld Plum, Ethel Hope, St. Denis, and many otliers. Mr Barker thinks this (list Set is the only [rival td: Menzies/- .its; formation heing p/ecisely sin^ilav 'in character-. ~ A large sample qf sfano raised in i hi? district was shown, and said to go at least 30oz to the ton. On the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 9 December 1895

a 1 i i_) . tvi i «-* \jf v/ V^ * » ?' ?? ''? ' .'?'* ? * ». *-?* ? l ' ?? ??-?.? ? ? : . ?. ?...,:?::-??..-? : ? ? . '?. . ? . — — -? 57* . ;??*#. . -r ; NOW.' OPENING. .??--??? ^ TO BE DISPOSED OF IN THE SHORTEST POSSIBLE SPACE OF TIME. ' Therefore ifamust be a Quick Sale9 and Every Line will be disposed of at the AbsolEte Laid Down- Cost. A FEW QUOTATIONS OF PRICES WILL GIVE SOME FAINT IDEA OF THE SACRIFICES TO BE MADE-:— 156 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 FLAOTELS at 2s. 6d. 80 Dozen Men's Silk TIES at 4d. Each . ; .'. . , . ; r 30 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 U. Each 50 Dozen; Bundle HANDKERCHIEFS at 6d. Each ' ': . 55 Dozen Men's CAPS, for Evening Wear, to be sold at 6d. Each 20 Down Silk Striped SHIRTS ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 10 December 1895

NOM 0 R E N I N G. TO BE DISPOSED OF IN THE SHORTEST POSSIBLE SPACE OF TIME. Therefore it#must be a Quick Sale, and Every Line will be disposed of at. the Absolute Laid Down Cost, ? ? ' ? . ' * I v 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. Gd. 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 DRAWERS from Is. lid. Each ? '-'/^ ?'?' 120 Dozen SILK HANDKERCHIEFS at 4d. Each ...L... ,50 Dozen iBundle HANDKERCHIEFS at 6d. Each _ 55 Dozen Men's. CAPS, for Evening Wear, to be sold at 6d. Each 20 Dozen Silk Striped SHIRTS. at 4s. 6d., worth 10s. Gd. 50 Dozen Large Size TURKISH TOWELS at 9d. Each, us...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 10 December 1895

KALGDRLI STOCK EXCHANGE. A MEETING- of Members of the above Exchange wilTb,e held at tlieir Call ; ljoom oil Tiiesd ay: evening, the 10th i ??si/ini,-' at 8' o'clock. Bus'iiess: — To elect Chairman/- - ?'??? T. S. HAIE, Secretary. NOTICE. IP Barty- who took Bicycle, (new $apid with '. smooth tyre on hind, wheel), from' Hotel in Kalgoorlie. on Saturday, night dois ' not : return same with? u two, c]ays, legal process ings' will bg taken. ? TO LEASEHOLDERS, MINE MANAGERS, AND OTHERS IN THE KALGOORLIE DISTRICT. T | lHE Municipal Council of Kalgoor JL lie has.applied to the Government to bring an area . included within a five mile radius of the Town boundaries under the -provisions of ? .-the 'Public Health Act, 1880.' In view of the early notifi cation of this matter in the ' Govern ment Gazette,' and the necessity of com plying with the clauses of the above,: mentioned Act, and amendments thereto, arrangements have been made with the Council's nightsoil -contractors, Messrs. Landehr a...

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CRICKET. HANNANS STRAGGLERS V. WHITE FEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 10 December 1895

CRICKET. HANNANS STRAGGLERS V. - WHITE FEATHER. On Saturday the Hannans Stragglers journeyed to White Feather to play the lo-jal team. Mr G. Pera'ce captained the Kalgoorlie team, and Mr J. P. Dwyer the local men. The former won the toss, and sent Woodhouse and Sands to the wickets. Both made a good stand, the first wicket falling for 32, Sands making 13, and Woodhouse 29. Henderson played a good game for 24, not out. Pearce pvzzled the Feather bowlers for a considerable time, but was at length caught and bowled by Mills, and George M 'Donald batted nicely for eight l aiis. The rest of the Stragglers fell an easy prey to the bowlers, the last wicket falling for 107. Mills secured seven wickets for the Feathers for 30 runs. Greaves and Clark opened for Feathers, but the partnership did not last long, as in the third over Clark was clean bowled by McDonald. After this the w'dcets fell rapidly, five going down for 47. I-tc's, howeA'er, came to the rescue at this juncture, and played a ...

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Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 10 December 1895

Mining Notes. (by our mining repokter.) Good gold has been struck in the Pioneer mine, Broad Arrow, at the 50 fset level. ? Mr H. J. Scott is leaving for a visit to the Eastern Colonies, with the intention of re turning immediately after the new year. He has just purchased the lease known as the Eistori, two miles beyond the White Feather, on the line of the Bal'larat reef, and adjoining the Robinson mine. A good deal of pros pecting has been done on the property, where a reef has been disclosed carrying visible gold. In connection with the Slug Hill Gold Mining Syndicate, whose property was jumped some time ago, and subsequently declared for feited by the Minister for Mines, the following wire has been received from the secretary of the syndicate in Adelaide : — ' The telegram from Adelaide appearing in the Western Argus of November 21st re Slug Hill G-.M. Syndicate is absolutely incorrect ; Mr Symonds' Qpinion being emphatically in favor of the syndicate. Please insert correction....

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A Record Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 10 December 1895

A Record Cricket Match. The shortest time in which a first class cricket match has . been brought to a finish was between three and four hours, in a match M.C.C. and Ground v. Oxford University, which was played at Oxford on the 24th of May, 1877, when the University eleven made the lowest score ever recorded in any first class match, namely, twelve, and the match was brought to a finish by their defeat within four hours of the start. In the match, Lancashire v. Somerset, played at Manchester, some extra ordinary cricket was witnessed. No start could be made on the first day, but on the second day on a different wicket, the play proved so sensational that the game was commenced and finished between twenty minutes to twelve and quarter-past six. A still quicker game was that between the first Australian team to England and M.C.C. and Ground, the actual play in iiiis extraordinary match being only 4| 1 oir-s. The M.C.C. and Ground scored 33 and 19, whilst Gregory's team scored 4:1 fir...

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The Christmas Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 10 December 1895

The Christmas Sports. A meeting convened by Messrs Monck and Wigzell, with the object of making arrangements for sports at Christmas, was held at the Australia Hotel on Mon day evening. There was a large attend ance, and the Mayor (Mr. John Wilson) presided. Mr. A. Monck explained briefly the object of the meeting. It was resolved on the motion of Mr Lloyd that the sports be held on Boxing Day, and on the motion of Mr Monck it was decided that a committee consist ing of the following gentlemen under take the arrangements : — Messrs Miller, Bower, Monck, Waite, Kuowles, Allenson, Berliner, Todd, Wigzell, Dominick, Seymour Smith, Brooke, and Jephson. Messrs Fred. Wigzell and Reginald Brook were appointed joint secretaries. The Mayor having a prior engage ment, here resigned the chair to Mr. M. H. Jephson. On the motion of Mr Lloyd, it was decided that the booths with the usual accompaniments of sports 'meetings be put up to auction and sold to the highest bidder. Mr Miller offered to ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 10 December 1895

A meeting of members of the Kalguvli Stock Exchange will be held at the call-room to-night, for the purpose of electing «i chair man in the place of the late Mr. Oh McLcocl Matheson. The new alluvial rush beyond the White Feather does not seem likely to turn out very sensational. As reported yesterday morning a number of men have been dry blowing in the locality for some time past, but with the exception of the big nuggets brought in by Mr M'Manus, no rich dis coveries have been made. Some of the -dry- blowers have found a little coarse gold and made considerably more than tucker, but the rich patches appear to be few and far between. Of those who went out from here on Sunday some are returning, whilst a few have remained to try their luck. A few more went out yesterday. Extract from a novel. — ' Albert rode with the speed of an arrow to the garden, sprang like the wind from his steed, climbed like a squirrel over the hedge, writhed like a snake through the palings, flew like a hawk...

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Share Market. MONDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) Adelaide, December 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 10 December 1895

Share Market. MONDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (BY UKGENT WIBE.) Adelaide, December 9. Great Boulders, £6 6s Lake View, 49s Reefer's Eureka, 9s

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Laziness Productive of a Great Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 10 December 1895

Laziness Productive of a Great Industry. .The great basket industry at Lichten fels, Upper Franconia, in Bavaiia, was originated by a toy maker's son who was too lazy to help in the work. The young1 fellow persisted in wandering away when the day was bright and playing on the willow-fringed bank of the Main. One day he came home with a bundle of the . straight, supple willow twigs under his arm, and, having stripped away the bark, he wove them into a mat. The next day he tried it ajani, and before many weeks-, had passed he had constructed a basket like those he had seen in the market town of Lichtenfels, a few miles away. His father, his brothers, and sisters laughed at the iade work, but young Krauss laboured on, year in and year out, bringing upon his back all the willow, twigs he needed from the river below. After a time the farmers began to buy his baskets, and then, one day, he ventured to take so^ae of them to the fair in Lichtenfels, and almost as soon as they were shown, th...

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Bayley's Reward. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 10 December 1895

Bayley's Reward. 'It is very interesting,' says the 'Australian Mail,' 'to look back and see what the Bayley's Reward Claim has done since it first began to turn out gold. Its record to the end of October is 53,800 ozs., this being the produetof 8440 tons. The average yield right through is 6 oz. 7 dwt., even after allowing for the shockingly bad returns made of late. The mine has been by far the most prolific producer in Western Australia, the Great Boulder, New Chum, Star of the East, and Consolidated Murchison (Day Dawn) coming next in the order named. The combined productions of the four last-named mines have reached. 56,000 oz.,, so that Bayley's Reward claim has yielded nearly as much as all of the others. This position will, of course, be changed very speedily, for the Great Boulder is rapidly making for first place, and has 21,000 oz. to its credit already. Down to the end of 1894 Bayley's had produced 47,300 oz. from 2,800 tons. During the half-year following, it ob tained ...

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Dangerous Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 10 December 1895

Dangerous Mining. The underground slate mining in Wales is the most dangerous species of mining in the British Isles. ? In ten years 1883-93, the deaths by accident pei* 1000 persons employed underground in these sJate mines was 8-0-£ as against 2*01 pa* 1000 employed in coal mines, and 2*14: per 1000 in other mines. It is only within the last 50 years or so that a system of underground working ? in the slate mines has been adopted. Formerly the slate was worked in open' quarries r aiming- along the l;ue of the bed, but as their depth increased, the amount of worthless cover or over burden that bad to be removed became so great ithat it seemed preferable to resort to underground working. The slate occuvs in beds whose thick ness varies from 30ft. to 120ft. and winch dip at an angle of from 15 dcg. to 70 dog. Owing to the great thickness of these beds, mining for slate is essen tially different from all other kinds of mining. Only about half of the slate is removed, the remainder bei...

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ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 10 December 1895

ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) Lake View, 46* ' ' CroesuSj 12s . Premier, 11s Boulders, £5 19s Coolgardies, 40s, 41s 6d United Scotchman, con. 10« 9d, lla 3d iYsmhoe South Extended, 4s lOd Block 45, 15s 9d Maritana Extended, Is lid Brown Hill Junction, 3s lid Three Colonies Extended, 5s ?'- Reefer's Eureka, con. 9s lOd Kalgoorlie Proprietary, 8s 3d, 9s Mount Benson, 9s 4d, 9s 5d ? Three Colonies, 6s 7d Golden Zone, pro 9a, b., con. 8s 8d, 8s lid

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TASMANIA. THE AGENT-GENERAL. HOBART, Dec. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 10 December 1895

TASMANIA. THE AGENT-GENERAL. , ; Hobart. Dec. 8. Sir Robert Herbert has been re appointed Agent-General for Tasmania for a further term.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 10 December 1895

t-i ' ??? ??..????. - ??:?' ???. ' ' .t ? ? ?-:?:-.??? ? ? ' ? ?? '???? ??? ? -:.f » '? A MEEJRY ; ,CHEISTMAS Ml j ; ' ? ; AND A ' = ' if HAPPY NEW YEAR. Wai - - - . ? : .':' ' '???? ????????'? 'HOCKING and Go., 'Kalgoorlie Miner' ©fficc^ ' rC-;:::,:;' ,./,!: ??- - .. - -?...-? ? ./ '?-. ?|4;| ' __ , ;'.'-?.'' ?;?'.'? Would 'remind the Public of ELalgoorlie and the Surrounding District that ;;?;.(' the Gay »nd Festirc Season is close at i hand, and that they 'have just :?;.:, ...reeceiyed direct from England a ; V -; LARGE SHIPMENT OF f CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR CARDS. '- ?' : ?-,?' ? ' ' : . '. - ? . - !.{? ' '? ; :'?'» VjJ rTHE BEST SELECTION TO BE SEEN OUTSIDE OF PERTH. %.u- Christmas Cards for ftie Children. Christ mas Corgis fee* the Old Folks at Home. Christmas Oaorsis fusi* ISwirjffiijB©,, TheBe are all in the Very Latest Designs in ; Booklets, Ivorine, Australian Flowers, Australian &H IScenery, and Views of the West Australian Goldfields. Our Customers will find it to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 10 December 1895

r|vES ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP J_ COMPANY, LIMITED, I» how running a Weekly Service between the Eastern Colonies and Western Australia. The Steamers employed are : — ?: ( ( Vessel . tons Captain S.S. Marloo (new) 3,5G0 Anthon S.S. Wollowba (new) 3,500 Nicol S.S. Innamincka ... 3,000 Dingle S.S. Adelaide ... 2,500 I Lockyer S.S. ADELAIDE, Tuesday, 18th Dec«nber. S.S. INNAMINCKA, December 12th. Also a Monthly Service, with S.S. ALBANY, to all North-West Ports (under Mail Contract with the West AiiBtralian Government). The Accommodation of these vessels is Equal to that of the Mail Steamers. Full information as to fares, date of sailing, &c, on application to PENBERTHY & CO., ; ; Bay ley-street, ' Cbblgardie; or S. HOPKINS, Local Manager, ; Tremantle. fpHE HOWARD SMITH LINE EXPRESS PASSENGER STEAMERS. Intending passengers are invited to inspect the splendid accommodation of these fine steamers, which are the largest and most sumptuous engaged in the intercolonial trade. J-ROU...

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