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THE WAR IN ASHANTEE. ANOTHER CONSIGNMENT OF TROOPS SENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895

THE WAR IN ASHANTEE. . ANOTHER CONSIGNMENT OF TROOPS SENT. A special corps for Ashantee left Aldershot yesterday, via Portsmouth, amid great enthusiasm. The whole town turned out to say good-bye, giving thepeparting warriors a demonstration, which was repeated when the troops weighed anchor, the band playing 'Auld Lang Syne.' The War Office has re ceived a cable from Cape Coast Castle announcing the arrival of the first con signment which left England in Novem ber.

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MR BROWN'S OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895

MR. DROWN'S OPINION. ? Mr. Brown, S.A.' Government Geolo gist, has arrived in Perth, and expresses thc_opinipjx that.jivater will be found in the sand plains on the (itlds. He has supplied the Premier' -with a plan on which he has:; marked suitable bore sites. ?' ?..;,'::-;:

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Miner
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Hannan's Stock Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895

.Hannah's Stock Exchange . This is a fine building that has just been completed at the rear of theSema .phore Chambers. It is very roomy,, being SO ft. by 20 ft., with walls 12 ft. hisrh. and is constructed of wood and iron. The floor is of pine, and the room is provided with a stage and screen. There is a skylight that may be used for purposes of ventilation ; so NVi h a couple of windows and doors, an abundant supply of light and fresh air may. always be securccl. The room is wainscotted 5 it. ...high, and the walls and ceiling are we{l-fjuished with oanvas and paper. ; The building- wns erected. in exceptionally rapid timi\ the work occupying only ten days. Messrs Lorrain and Co. were the contractors.

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NANSEN'S ARCTIC EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895

NANSEN'S ARCTIC EXPEDI TION. The ' Calcutta Pioneer ' has received a despatch stating that Nansen's expe dition was recently spoken, all being well. The news has created some ex citement in London. -

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Miner
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REVOLT IN MACEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895

?REVOLT IN MACEDONIA. The Macedonians have broken out into revolt. Russia lias been asked for 20,000 rifles and 2,000,000 car tridges, and also to lend officers to drill their forces.

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The Government Boring Parties. WATER STRUCK IN DAVIDSON'S BORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895

The Gtovernment Boring Parties. WAT3B STRUCK IN DAVID SON'S B0EE. In a recent .issue we gave aiv account qf tl}£ work engaged- in at present by the Gpver-nment tqwauds the 'solution, as far as immediate necessities are con cerned, of the water difficulty.' -Since t-liijt report appeared, the efforts of one of the boring parties, have b,cpn rewarded. On December 8, Davidsqn's boring party struck a supply of stqck water at the 135ft level, ljayii]g a percentage erf 1^ of solids. On bqring a fur-thcy depth o'f 12ft, the density of the water increased, giving a percentage of 4'f-8 of solids. The water at this dopth iip.se J7ft in the bore, and after an hour's tost by hard pumping, tne d?P^ °^ ^1G ™^' wa^ not at all diminished. With the present ap pliances the bore yields aii1 average of 126 gallons per hour, and if pumped at that rate would average '8000 gallons pej? -day. As the character of the country is porous, the -ground 'above the ]80ft level is 'defective' in holding the water. ...

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THE EXECUTION OF STOKES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895

IHE EXECUTION OF STOKES. The Belgian Government have an nounced the course they intend to. adopt with regard (o Major Lothaire's execution of Stokes, a British trnrW. The Congo Free State Tribunal at Doma, the capital of the Free State, will first inquire into the circumstances of the case, and Lothaire will after wards be tried by the Superior Council of the Congo' Free State at Brussels. An indemnity of 100,000 francs will bo paid by the Free Stats to the natives belonging to Stokes' caravan.

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THE FRENCH NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895

THE FRENCH NAVY. M. P elleton's report on the French Nnvy, which baa just been published, states that the cost of the navy last year was two million francs in excess of the cost of the navies belonging to Germany, Italy, and Austria, the Powers forming the Triple Alliance. A large portion of the report is occupied in dealing with numerous abuses M. Pelleton discovered in the course of his investigation. No loss than luO pages are devoted to their enumeration and suggestions as to how they may be remedied.

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QUEENSLAND. A FATAL JUMP. BRISBANE, December 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895

QUEENSLAND. ' A FATAL JUMP. Brisbane, December 10. JNeil Master, aged 33 years, com mitted suicide yesterday bv jnvnping' over a cliff, a distance of 40 feet. Lately his habits had been very singu lar, and he had bfen drinking h°avily. He was very popular, and a splendid musician.

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The Boxing Day Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895

The Boxing Day Sports. The committee appointed . to -' make arrangements fortlic hplding; of. a sports meeting at Kalgoorlie on Boxing1 Day mqt at ,the Australia ,Hotel on Tuesday afternoon. Several matters oE detail were ^discussed, .and ..it. was,, deckled to ''wire' Mr'. P'.' Whcla'n, who is now in Adelaide., informing t him of ijhp fjxijuro, 'and asking 'him to endeavor 'tq .collqct 3.iibscr.iptiqns , from. Kalgoqrlie .residents tiqV in 'Adelaide. : It' was 'also resolved that the dqy's. 'ainusein'e'nt should con ohido w-ith a, bq.ll fa ^s Gvenfiig. A draft programme oomprishig _ about §5 ?evcirts was drawn'' iip and' wiU'b'e sub mitted for the- approval of a general meeting to be -held- at 8 o'clock this evening. ,-- ?. . .. ... . ;- ? :

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ENGLISH, SCOTTISH, AND AUSTRALIAN BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895

ENGLISH, SCOTTISH, AND.; AUSTRALIAN BA$£. q?j}e gen.epal opinion, in thp cjty with regard to the proposals of: tho;clirec*qr3 oLthe English, Scottish, and Austi-af li.in Bank's modification of the bank's original, reconstruction scheme is favourable. The 'Times,' comment ing on the-prqno?ai|r soys thgy cjesc.r*'P faforable cdnsit|qrat'ipn at tlie-jian^s o$ cteposito1 vs. '' ' iC.he '[ Standard H. 'admits thai it is possible to say 'much for. the spjieme. The' '''Daily C-hrouk-lG ''? says, ||ie scheme is \^ndov.btat% 'a/ str.qAg P}VY fet consicje/B \\in\ it leaves the future 'liquidation pf (he Ionic's lia bilities somewhat uncertain., a,n.c} be-. |ieye3 tlmt if t-he s.c^cYhP passed. -Qthey Ajfsjralian, banks that iiaye;v,n;-Ierotone reconstruct inn would ' endeavour 1 o make a sinulai' arrangement with their creditors,

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TASMANIA. DEATH BY LIGHTNING. HOBART, Dec. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895

TASMANIA. DEATH BY LIGHTNING. HOBATIT, D'C. 1 0. During a storm yesterday, a young man named Nelson was struck dead by lightning. He was 23 years of age.

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A FATHER SHOOTS HIS SON. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895

A FATHER SHOOTS HIS SON. An inquest on the body of Alphonse Hesse, who was shot by his father, Leopold Hesse, at St. Kilda, was held on Saturday. A verdict of wilful murder was returned against Hesse, ?who was accordingly committed for trial.

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SALE OF A RACEHORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895

SALE OF A RACEHORSE. The racehorse Bruin, by N'eckersgat ? Ursula, one of the favourites for the last Caul field Cup, has been sol 1 for a big sum..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895

i,ri-H L1- i W I- STERN AUSTRALIAN BANK Established 1841. Head Office: PERTH y Branches at J-KVERLEY - BUSBUKY B'JSSKLTON CpOLUARDIlS ClTK ,- . -DoSGARA 1? K K 11 \ XTL E , \ *~CJiJ3 ll.VT.iDTO N* ''' I).\v Dawn- '? 7- -. Kalooobme NKWCASTr.B ; 'Npr.TIIAM1 -: - - SoUTHISIlNMjilOSS JV'IIITB [''E.VTIIER' ,, Yniiiv. t - ^ ~ Misk/.iHs^ ; ^ ,..' EsrKK'Asca Agents ill : - l.ONl-OX, AniiLAIDK, JMEtiUOUIlXE, SVDNEY, uiul all the Australian Colonies. .Tii is,. ,T-.ink. issues drafps^on all. its Agents 1 sin A ? tranche's, purchases gold or receives -' ? itrfov~'eoasigniue»t~*an{l*'nfakes'~iid»r!inccs . , , ji^ainst, it,, and transacts . all banking ' 'buJiines-s.' '? '^ -'??*»''? \ ..,'-.-? v.IIC S-.T HOLMES, Ccncral Manager. .'?? ':b6xi-tg- 'night ?' concert. , ..,; A y^lEETI-XG- ; will -J» held, at the , : : ... AUSTRALIA HOTEL? 011 - ^^- - ' TIIURSDAY^'iBVENiisrCr^iH INSl'., - ,,,.': -t!v -;'?- at '.8;p.in'.. '?*'?? '? _ i To Mako ArrVnganwrits ,for a CONCERT to' , ;? -. ..: :?'?? . ''be'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895

THE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED, Is bow runniag a Weekly Service between the Eastern Colonies and Western Australia. The Steamers employed are : — Vessel tons Captain S.S. Marloo (new) 3,500 'Ant-lion S.S. -Wollowra. (new) 3,500 Nicol S.S. iKNAMiireKA .. 3,000 Dingle S.S. Apblaipe ... 2.500 Lockyer S.S. ADELAIDE, Tuesday, IStfi December. S.S. INNAMINCKA. December 12th. Also a Monthly Service, with S.S. ALBANY, te all North-West Ports (under Mail Contract with the West Australian Government). The Accommodation of these vessels is Equal to that of the Mail Steamers. Full information as to fares, date of ?ailing, &c, on application to PENBERTHY & CO., Bayley -street, ' Coolgardie. or S.HOPKINS, , / L Local Manager, : Fremantle. mHE HOWARD SMITH LINE , EXPRESS PASSENGER STEAMERS. Intending passengers are invited to inspect the splendid accommodation of these fine steamers, which are the largest and mosfc sumptuous engaged in the intercolonial trade. FROM FREMANTL...

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Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895

? it&m$,:'^ News, '^;?vThe:vl%iI!.'ifol?V:.th0?;:?'WRtel?n colonies. ]nv :RM,S.^araamatte,rClosedat.the post; office on i v!f uGskUy afternoon. A supplementary uiailvwill ciose at 3.15 ifa's afternoon. 'and will , in ;all probability^ catch the saui3 boat at Albany.' : \'; ';':'- ,?;?: 'V:';^;; Tlia new awl cpmnioclioiw courthouse j\l'*- erected Iwas iwsed: yesterday by the Police and Wanlen's Court. An aibssiice ,qf the close, , sinffy :;atmijspliere characteristic of th'c iicUiaii shanty wlfich did duty formerly was notice ; able, aij.d-.was a^glgomc change. '? Tug lollmyihg ,ai?G the names of the pa-sen- gci'S .-?who aiTlvGil at. ;-.w- departed from, EaL : fjoprlie on Tuesday :-^Arr I va],s—7Me3=i's Bodda, i,bjDoniieili: '. D.wyer, Fitzo;er-il(i, Fieher, and 6'SYifcS-i Depavturcs— Mcsdamcs Shiels and Hay ???'a^idM'fito ¥'^:e?: Messrs Turner. Adcock, ?Hackett^ 'Smith' aiiii^iW' - Oolreavy, Consi ; ;diiie,v Easter. .Johnston ~' M'(ieolBC7- Brown, ;:S;cptt; .Moss,, and ;Wilk...

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THE Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 11TH, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895

— T H- E —'????? Kalgoorlie Miner. -???'?'? PUBLISHED DAILY; ' WEDNESDAY, 'DEC. IItij/ 1895; S- Kalgoorlie is to Jhayejuks ^public ^ school, and. cerfcamly^nofcLi^ijo^^ iustifcntioiv was ui^cii^p'rpquired^^lyi^: ? seasonable prelsuroV'brpu^i^:;^by/:;vtli(^ Mayor ' upon the Premie? -anti ; tliexEdii^; e'.itiou Department seemsflilc^y^to^boflii?' fruit witkoufc the delays ;tliatV usually; attend the making of any new raeparfiire/ oi the pnrfc oi a; Qro^owiii^j^j|-|^^ an; evHeme of the-gi'owiug .importance of t'te ? place, the ~fact i» /floeidodly piv ciyir&z'ui'j;. but still more, proinishvg tf if; ai indicating Sir 'John Forrest's apprcr ciatio.i of our wants and the sincerity of his ilaiivq to provide for our necessities. The c luxation, of its clnldreu is one of : t!io first duties oC the ; .State,. and .no totVii c.it'rcluui ftv liavc' nVade' iHiicli jpirogress t nviu'ds civilization aii'l re(!ii(?ui.ent where pro;-ar provision is ^ not: made for ^ie ' training, bt -tlici ...

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SUDDEN DEATH OF MR J. O. SOMERS. COOLGARDIE, Dec. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895

SUDDEN DEATH OF MR J. O. SOMERS. [By Telegraph.] . (FB.0M OfR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Coolgardie, Dec 10. , Mr J. O. Somers, the well-known licensee of the Victoria Hotel, took to bed on'Satuiday with a slight attack of influenza, but nothing serious was anticipated. At 12 o'clock on Mon day night Mr M. S. Mackenzie, his partner, li-ffc him in good spirits, but on returning at 1.30 this morning found' him dead. .. The deceased was -highly lvspected' hy all classes. The cause of death was inflammation of the lungs acceleiatcd by influenza. Mr 'Soniors was 37 years of age and came from Geelong, Victoria, where he was in, ^ good position and very much esteemed. Telegrams from all parts of Australasia have been received in condolence.

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THE TROUBLES IN TURKEY. SENSATIONAL PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895

THE TROUBLES IN TURKEY. SENSATIONAL PROCEEDINGS. Further particulars have been re ceived as to the attempted arrest of Said Pasha by the order of the Sultan. It seems the Sultan was irritated with Said because of his refusal to accept the Grand Vizierehip unless the Sultan's favorite, Izzet Bey, was dis missed. The Sultan accused Said of .aiding the Young Turkish Party. The eldest son of Said succeeded in evad ing the spies entrusted with the task of watching him, and Said followed him to the British Embassy, where he pleaded to tho Ambassador, Sir Phillip Currie, for liberty, as his life was in peril. The Sultan sent several Ministers to the Embassy to parley with Sir Phillip for the surrender of the refugees, but he refused to sur render either Said or his son. Sir Phillip Carrie declares them to be his guests, and may stay with him as long as they like. The action of the British Ambassador has caused a tremendous sensation in Constantinople. The British Embassy is surrounded by s...

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