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TWO WORKMEN INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 December 1895
TWO WORKMEN INJURED. A shocking accident occurred to-day at the Stenmoi'G Sewage Works, owing to the No. 1 section of the works not hearing a signal given by the work men of No. 10 tunnel of their intention to fire the shot appliances. The shot broke down a barrier of earth between two converging tunnels, and the debris fell on two workmen named Will. Middleton and John MacKay, who were fearfully injured. Middleton was so much injured that no hope is enter tained of his recovery,
THE DEAN CONSPIRACY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 December 1895
THE DEAN CONSPIRACY CASE. During the hearing of the Dean conspiracy case, Meagher examined Inspector Cotter as to the comments upon Mr Justice Windeyer Ly the public regarding the conduct of the case. A Question was put on behalf of the Crown to the witness as to whether it was not a fact that his son, who was foreman of tho jury died after the jury were empannelled. Meagher objected to tho question, which was admitted by Mr Justice Cohen, who held that Meagher sought to cast a reflection on the Judge and conse quently upon tht administration of justice.
Black Flag News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 December 1895
'Black Flag News. (PROM A COItRESPONDEXT.) r Matters are fairly quiet here just now, the exemption having affected' mining business to some extent. The town site having been surveyed, a large number of blocks are being purchased. The Black Flag Proprietary Com pany are vigorously developing their property. The Daly, Dixie, and Gladiator blocks, which are situated at a distance* of nine miles from theFla.£, in a north eas'.erly direction, are being well de . veloped. Shafts have been sunk on each claim to a considerable depth on a quartz reef running north and south. This reef is from 12ft. to 15ft. in width, and shows gold plainly. Several samples taken from it have assayed re markably well. Tin re are a number of other promising shows along this line, on which considerable develop ment work has been done,
Share Market. THURSDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) Adelaide, December 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 December 1895
Share Market. THURSDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (BY URGENT WlRK.) Adelaide. Dccnmhor IP Lake View, 4Gs, 49s Gd Croesus, 11s Sd Boulders, £5 13s Coolgardies, 4Gs Maritana. 1 6s 3d Ivanhoe South Extended, is Id Golden Zone, pro. 10s 3d, 10s 6d. con. 83 Hannan's Reward North, 4s od Boulder Consolidated, Is 8d Mount Charlotte Central, Is 5£d Brown Hill Junction, 3s lOd Boulder North Extended, Is Mount Benson, 9s Id. 9s 3d I vanhoe Junction, Is '91 Haunans Eureka, 2s lid Ilannau's Victoria Cross, Is lid Kalgoorlie Proprietary, 7s Gd, 8s Mavitana South,. 3s 7d, 3s 8d -? ? ? Reefer's Eureka, pd. 10s
ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, December 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 December 1895
ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) ' [?_ Adelaide. December IT. Great Boulders, £5 19s, £5 14s, £5 15s Bank of England, con. 5s Gd Brown Hill Junction, 3s lid, 3s lOd Block 45, 16s Gd Croesus, 12s ?Coolgardies, 41s, 403 9d Golden Bar, 4s Gd, 43 3d Golden Zone, pro. 10s 6d, con.-Ss. Great Coolgardie, 2s Boulder North Extended, Is Hannan's Eureka, 2s 9d, 2a 7d, 2s 8d Hannans Victoria Cross 2s, Is 9id Ivanhoe South Extended, 4s Id, 4s 3d - -?- Ivanhoe Junction. Is lOd IOU, Ils9d, llsGd Kirkpatrick's Mount Benson, 7s 3d ' ' ? Lake View, 4Gs ? „ Londonderry South Extended, HJd, Is Mount Charlotte Central, Is 9d, Is 8d Maritana. Central, 2s Gd Maritana North, 3s Gd, 3s 8d Mouut Benson, 9s Gd, 93 3d Tindals, 4s 6d Three Colonies, 6s 7d Three Colonies Extended, 4s lOd . TTnifp.il SnnWimnn r-r-n Ho Q,l
SPORTING. THE NEXT AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. [BY CABLE.] LONDON, December 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 December 1895
SPORTING. ' THE NEXT AUSTRALIAN . ELEVEN. 1 [By Cable.] London, December 1.1. The following fixtures have hcen arranged for the visit oE the next Aus tralian Eleven ; — May 11 ? Hampshire May Li ? Yorkshire -May 28 ? Lancashire June 1... ? ' ... ; ? ' Oxford June 4... ? ? Gloucester June 11 ? ' 'Vlarylebone ' ' June 15 ? ... Yorkshire June 25 ... ' ~...: ? ... 'Notts - June 29- / , v..- . ... ...Yorkshire, .-. July 2 ... ? North of England ;Julyl5.... ? ..; Leicester' July 20.1/ '... ..; ...Derbyshire July 27... ... ? ... .~ .-.. Surrey -Augusts ;.. ... .... Warwick ? August G ...' ' ? Kent August 13 ... ,: ? Sussex August 16 ? 1 Surrey August 20 ? ?_ ... Gloucester - August 24 ? ..Somerset August 27 ... ? ... .... Lancashire August 31 Mr C.1 1. Thornton's Eleven September 3 ... -..-. South of England The first match with All England has been fixed for. June 22, instead of June 25. .The softer, dates are remaining un- - altered. ' The. ' London Sportsman ' has ex pressed the opinion...
Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 December 1895
Mining Notes. The Dtinlop shaft, one and a half' miles west of the township, is now down 120ft, and a little water is maktiig in the bottom of the shaft. Sinking is to be continued a further 30ft. and it is expected that this will be con cluded before Christinas. Mr. Leslie Uorman returned from Mount gSB-'' Monger yesterday afternoon, and went on to Coolgatd'ie. He has been inspecting the Isonomy and King George leases, recently purchased by Mr. C. J. Morau, M.L.A., and lias taken samples from various parts of the properties. _ A certain alleged mining and financial journal published in Perth contains six in teresting items under the heading of ' Cooi gardie and district.' Of these six items five relate to Kalgoorlie properties, and one to a 'White Feather mine. Doubtless it is ignore ance rather than malice that gives Coolgavdie the credit of Lake 'View, Ivanhoe, and Great Boulder crdshings, and ignores Kalgoorlie altogether. ' At Kalgoorlie (W.A.), the calico roof has blown off th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 December 1895
HOCKING and' CO., ' Kalgoorlie Miner Office,' AVc,arc.iigain to .Mic front with a Now aivl L-irgo Stock of Books, our own importing, the Best Choice in the Boulder District.. They consist of the very Iiitc3t Novels, etc: Books for Young. Men Books for Young Women - . - BooKf*-for Hie Camp , Books- for Sunday Reading Books for the Million ?''By the following Authors, and many others :— - ? , ? [ 'Robbery Under Arms - ' ? Route Boldiieavood - A Modern Buccaneer . ' / --: ' ( Miner's Right ' - . , ' ' 'Makcus Clatskk I , JFor.-thc Term of His Natural Life I Alan Qu-utcrmain \ . ., . ' '???'? . )- Eric Bright Eyes E'idsr [Laggard 'S JSTad;i the Lily -£:-'-'j / ' ,/ Montezunia's Daughter- / ' - \X ? , ' ' \, Cleopatra' ? //Zola I Abbe Mouret . ? - - , . -''''U.'J 3*' ' '''' ?'*?'?(- ' Love Under the Tiles -. ' . .? A Kast Young A1,8U „ - , , ' , I ^-ne Courtesan Paul bi-rKocii .' y - -[ Eriqueites (tr.-insliiled from the French) The Vampire '. -..;..'? ' ^??'i-Witli- the Three raiV- or H...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 December 1895
r$\HE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP JL COMPANY, LIMITED, Is now running a. Weekly Service between tke Eastern Colonies and Western Australia. The Steamers employed are : — Vassal tons Captain S.S. MakXOO (navr) 3,5C0 Anthon ? S.S. WoblowrA. (nerr) 3,500 Nicol S.S. IxNjLiilKGKA .. 3,000 Dingle S.S. Adelaide ... 2.500 Lockyer S.S. ADELAIDE, Tuesday, 18th December. S.i§. INNAMINCKA, December 12th. Also a Monthly Service, with S.S. ALBANY, to all North- West Ports (under Mail Contract 'With the West Australian Government). The Accommodation of thtae vessels is Eq[ual t© that of the Mail Steamers. Full information as to fares, date of sailing, &c, on application to PENBERTHT & CO., Bayley-street, Coolgardie. * or S. HOPKINS, , Local Manager, Framantle. HHHE HOWARD SMITH LINE JL 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. FROM FR...
Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 December 1895
Items of News. jYli-;Si . iu-Jvor is carrying on the J\nl«?oorlic business of the Lite Mr G. M'L. Matheson until tho deceased gentleman's -affairs arc wound up. - ( , - No cases of any importance were heard- at' lho;\\ardcu's_ Court on Thursday. One'or' two canio on for hearing, but were adjourned until tho following day. V: Mr' Thos. TV. Lyons leaves for Perth on' Monday next, with the object of floating some properties there, including the Glen Ewin and Hayes' Consols mines. A special meeting of the Hospital Commit tee washeld'on 'Wednesday afterno'dh at' Mr'. C. H. Biddlc's office, to consider the tenders for fencing the Hospital reserve. The tender -of Adrian-Benedict, at £114, was accepted. The contractor for burning the rubbish on the extended town area, against whom com ; plaints wore made of burning down the trees, states that many more 'trees than ho hp.s burned, have been cut. down by- persons build ing houses on residential areas on the town boundary. ..If this is «o. the...
KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, DEC. 13TH, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 December 1895
Kalgoorlie- Miner. PUBLISHED- DAILY. FRIDAY, DEC. 13th,' 1895.' ? Ix cannot be other- tlian' gratifying to property holders and others'. interested in Kalgoorlie, that a inovc-has. beeii made ?with a Ariew of 'dealing -effectively ~ -with ? any eases of fire that may possibly .occur. -The buildings of the town are, in a' large number of cases, of inflammable material that is certain to be rendered still more inflammable durinu' tlie intense dryness of. 'summer, and the: necessity has loug. since' been recognised of making provision to cope -with the fire : demon, 'which, ^Avlien once aroused, can . cause - such an.enQ.v mons amount ol damage. This has been brought home to the', people 'lately by liiore than one disastrous fire in these fields, and that,* action-was not taken earlier in. the 'matter in- Kalgoorlie was due, perhaps, to that fatal procrastina tion, so common with men. Thoyo were many, diitorences of opinion, as to ways and means expressed at the public meet ing held iu...