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Proposed Salvage Corps. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895
Proposed Salvage Corps. A public meeting was held on Tuesday evenino;1, in the Australia hotel, to con-' siclcr the advisability of forming a sal vage corps, and appointing nmhtwatch men. There was a G'ood attendance. His Worship, the Mayor, Mr John Wilson, presided. 1 The Town Clerk, Mr Bartlett, having, read the requisition, asking- tho M^y-ov- to call the present meeting, His Worship stated that evbf-yone would agree with him as to the adv-fea^-. btlity oJ: holding- the meetings as tho ravages of fire had been latoly brought prominently under- 'their notice. They had great fires recently at Coolgardie, pi quo al-*o at Kalgoorlie. The mat ter therefore, required their earnest con sideration. The state, d- iho building's at mu&.caxt erected and. those that were likely to be put up for some time, was such .that if a fire broke out tho eo,iy?.ct quences Avould prqbabjy ba o| a m.q§t ser.io,us chanactet, Mr- P. S. Hocking asked if- there was any clause in the Municipal Act rog...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895
TO LEASEHOLDERS, MINE MANAGERS, AND OTHERS IN THEKALGOORLIE DISTRICT. f | IHE Municipal Council of Kalgoor _!_ lie has applied to the Government -to bring an area included within a five anile radius, of the Town boundaries under the provisions of the 'Public Health Act, ]88(5.' In view of the early notifi catioivof this matter in the 'Govern- ment Gazette,1' 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 and Cullcy, who are prepared to at once enter into engagements with groups of mines (or single mines where sufficient men are employed), respecting the removal and destractim of nightsoil, and any written applications respecting this matter addressed to . Messrs. LaxdIshe & Culley, , ? ''' % ?' Care the Town Clerk, . . Kalgoorlie, :will receive early attention. A. H. BARTLETT, ??'????'? : ' Town Clerk. H ANNAN'S HOSPITAL. rjlENDEUS ar...
Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895
???'?? IVfinmg Notes, (by our mixing reporter.) The Great Boulder crushing, published in .aiipthcr . .column.. ??compares.- very .. favorably ? with receiit' returns, showing a greater .aggre gate of gold, . n,'Klra : higher' average than' last wThei';te^^ad;;l)attery;at.-the Hoyal- Mint aiid Iron; King mind is now completed, but ? ?pyocpcflings are a].ifiost at a standstill owing ?iWtJid.iio'n-artfyarb^ !Oiis' sho^^have.JieW to1]iaintg6mcitimcag« aii(l as soon as'it'arrTvcs wbrlc will be vigor-* qusly;i^slied^for,waj^dA ;;r.;V .' ^ihfi Boul(lQ):!Soiitli Extended has struck the. Gi;aatB.O||ldei:; lode/ and. gh!aiie3? 'iiavQ njqsed! up in Gpr.seaiionois. Having sunk to'a depth. . .of 70 :f opt^'a drl vb was put in 40 . f eot; where the lode was met with. It was there seven ./ect wide, the onatevial being very similar . to that met witty iV: the Vbig^miiio at the san:e dopth. and assayihgVuout ' six ounces to the ton: .It isclcar that this is destined to be.
ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE, December 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895
ADE LAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. ^'' (By Telegraph.) '' ' ' ..; :; . ,v .., Adelaide, December 9. - Great Boulders, £6 2s Bunk of England, pro. 5s 6d . : - Brown Hill Junction, 3s lOd, 4s 3d, 4s lid Block 45. 17s ip Boulder Consolidated, Is 8£d, Is 9d . Croesus Extended, 2s 8d . Coolsfardies, 41s 6d, 40s 9d, 41s 3d ? Erl King, 3s 9d - Fraser's South, 6s, 6s U& Golden Zone, pro. 10s 6d, 10s 9d, 10s 4jd, con. ,9s 9d, 9s 4d Hannan's Eureka, 2s 9d, 2s lOd^ 3s Hannan's Victoria Cross, Is 7d /.. Ivanhoe Junction, Is lid Island Lake Austin, 43 Id :..?-'.:' Lake View, 47s 6d Lady Mary, 7s M Moons, SstSd, 3s Id Mount Charlotte East, Is 5d - Mount Charlotte Central, Is 6d, Is 8d Maritana. con. 10s Murita.na Central. 2s 4d, 2s 5d.. . . .. - Maritana North, 4s, 4^ Id Maritana Extended, Is lid, Is 10^d , Mount Benson, 9s ocl, 9s 6d ;^ Premier. ] Is SU13 Hill Consolidated, pro. Is 5d ' Tiiidalq, is qd Tihcee Gotqnieg, 6s 7d (1-hree Colonies Extended, 5s Id Victory, as i^d
Cable News. ENGLAND AND AMERICA. A SERIOUS DIFFICULTY. LONDON, December 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895
[?] ENGLAND AND AMERICA. A SERIOUS DIFFICULTY'. London, December' 10. Telegrams from Washington indicate that the refusal of the Salisbury Cabinet to submit the whale question of the frontier between British Guiana and Venezuela to arbitration is V regarded as likely to be productive of ':, very serious developments. r- y ?: Later. Lord Salisbnry demands an apology and an indemnity of £22,000 from 'Venezuela aa compensation for her high handed action in hauling down the Union Jack in British Guiana, and having ill-treated the English residents.
Great Boulder Crushing. FIVE OUNCES AND A QUARTER TO THE TON. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895
Orreat ^6iMeT~Qrushin£. '-^IVH 01JJ7QES AN: D -A QUARTER- TQ ;-:.-WI}9'-%feV^.fc'« ci:u?liing-q,fc the Gtoat, B(?ulr del- was ^»oijijced,ycstei:(iay, aiid was asfol ]0Wf'^Q^^]-cn;ted a^ the ;mine, .125, tons, Jjfl3.'.l,Q:jv?^.ita:.0i-} i^ii^rJ^cateVl.at th« Lovift: avcrage:-:6-0;-3oX.lfi(lwts ia tho tou. -.?-?Total. 243 'to]\?.fproducing 12i)-}oz. or.an avenigo oi! 5b« ?I^hy'tsto thotqu, ' J' ; , :: '
SPORTING. AUSTRAL WHEEL MEETING. MELBOURNE, Dec. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895
- SPORTING. ' ApgTRAL V^E^L I|]:^ETI^TC4. I'By Telegraph 1 , : --MelbournEj L}oc. 10. BerfecJ; weather prevailed for .the &ceQiid;days?' Austral \yhoel 'T\'[eeting. The attendance was .tremendous, every inch of ground boi -g occupied. In the' final of the Wheel r'ae'e, twenty placed men started, and.the winnr-r proved to.' he A, D. Crisp, of Tasmania, V o had ffiJh f45; S.^'.t; He.cani') away, from all dp'poii&nfcs Wi'i'en rounding the fast jiurn for hom'e,1 a'hd' iwo:i -iv'.tk comjUra'tive ease by about tivent}' yards Frohi Peart, who ^0,3 ,'^yejvfi' yards m advance of Gargixre, of ^'iQ^'ii, v^ho \vaa thfrd. JSlliott was^qurtii, Pawoil' ^K ?uUor. SJSth, and Walkcc sevent!]. Tip record ^me .Qf i Vf)\n. 42 Lg hqq. was put' up'. In tljo F^vp TijCjles JnteEn^^qnsj.1 §cj?atpii I'aee, J. \y, ' Parsons, of Viotoiu-i, d'c.- feat'd Martin, off America/ Povt-j, of Italy, and seven others. The time was 1$ min, 3J 1-5 sees.
THE DEAN CASE. TRIAL APPROACHING COMPLETION. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895
THE DEAN CASE. TRIAL APPROACHING COM PLETION. ^he/tr^ of- tl.ip, ac.Quse.cl in, c.on,n,c.Qtion with the P,ean cqn§p.ira,ey c.as,e is ap proaching completion. Thejjudge^ after hearing a Ions speech from counsel, £vgain. Tf.e§eKYflc! hjs depis4oiu-egaydin.gth.e admiss,ab,iliy of a speech made in Par* j lament n 'Qvidonoe-. TJJO ea»A ~ag ^_ jaiu'jied.
Share Market. TUESDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) Adelaide, December 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895
Share Market. TUESDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (by urgent wire.) . t Adelaide, December 10. Lake View, 44s, 4Gs 6d Lady Mary, 7s 6d, 8a Boulders, £5 19s Cpolgarclies, 41s 6rl .-.,.; Man tana, 16s Maritana Extended, 2s Id * Maritana North, 4s Boulder Consolidated, Is lOd Mount Charlotte Central, Is 10£d Southern Boulder, Is Id Hannans Eureka, 3s Id Kirkpatrick's Mount Benson, con. 7s 3d Hannan's Victoria Cross, Is lOd Block 45, 16s6d, 16s 9d Maritana Central. 2s 3d, 2s 9d Ivanhoe South Extended, 43 4d,4s 3d Golden Zone, pro. 10s 6d, lls 6d, con. 8s 7d, Ss'lOd : Hannan's Reward North, 4s 4d, 4b 6d
NEW SOUTH WALES. KILLED BY A SHARK. SYDNEY, Dec. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895
NEW SOUTH WA£ES. KILLED BY A SHARK. Sydney, Dec. 10, As two boys were bathing at Roselle Bay on Sunday afternoon, they were attacked, by a shark. One. of them, named John Terrill, aged 14 years, Avas seized by the monster, w-hioh tore the lad's stomach open, taking a mass of flesh away. Terrill got ashore, but is not expected to recover. Later. The boy Terrill has since succumbed to his injuries.
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895
r : -.'.. ?'-'''? TO THE EDITOR. pp%Kindly allow me a little space in yo^yaluable columns, as seeing that our worthy councillors are working hard for the benefit of the general health of the citizens of this now and progressive townsinp, there is one matter I am '. anxious- to'call their attention to. Will our yqjing^and worthy-Mayor, with the cpiuicillors of the chamber, try to make 'arraiigemeTrt's'iYith the mining companies ' and, .rpin&ye ? all hard . stone from their : mullock/' tips, .'.and give our township, sa^v;l^pf .:metal broken to 2in or 3in. A cbmiiVencement might be made at the saw, mills .or condenser, and the work continued jtp the branch road above the Club/iilo.tcL One foot of metal would : be' ?a good; start, and make our little town w6rthy.pt inspection by any. new comer. The,: main street should be the first attended to, and the others should be dealt .with. subsequently when money is available. I have reason to believe that everyone in this town would f...
DESPERATE STRUGGLE WITH BURGLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895
DESPERATE STRUGGLE WITH BURGLARS. Two masked armed burglars knocked at the door of Mr W. Richards' house, ?' Coburg, on Saturday ? night. Mrs Coulter, a woman 50 years of age, went to . the. door, holding a candle, when one of the burglars knockel her down, whilst the other proceeded to the room where Mr Richards was sitting. Mrs Coulter had a desperate' struggle with the first burglar in a bedroom, and frustrated his efforts to throttle her. The burglar then caught hold of a sling-shot, with which he tried to strangle her, and then threw, her under a b.d. In the meantime the other burglar got £2. They both cleared out before Richards could get at them. They evidently knew that Richards received large sums of money during the year as trustee of an estate, but miscalculated the time of its receipt.
RICH GOLD MINE IN UPPER GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895
RICH GOLD MINE IN UPPER - GLADSTONE. A very rich mine is reported to have been discovered up in the Upper Glad stone, Dargo district. It is rumored that Mr Boycc has taken ten thousand pounds' worth of gold out. He is voiy reticent o^Ying to legal proceedings pending against an alleged partner. Some people who have visited the mine saw a lump of gold chipped off the lode with a pick.
Kalgoorlie Police Court. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10. (Before Mr P. Fielding, R.M. and Mr. R.D. Thompson.) ALLEGED INSNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 December 1895
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Kalgoorlie Police Court. Tuesday, December 10. (Before Mr P. Fielding, R.M., and &nbsp; Mr R.D, Thompson.) &nbsp; &nbsp; ALLEGED INSANITY. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Alexander Lybn was charged on &nbsp; remand with wandering about, and sup- posed, to be of unsound mind. George Walter Barber, legally quali- fied medical practitioner, had this man under his care since being remanded, .and he had seen, no further symptoms of insanity. He had suffered from lung trouble since in the hospital; but now &nbsp; he thought he was quite fit to go. Dis- charged. ALLEGED UNLAWFULLY RECEIVING. David Milne was charged on remand with unlawfully r receiving one case of whisky, the property of P. McMahon, well knowing the same to have been stolen. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &...