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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 December 1895
MAIL NOTICES. Mails for Australian- olonics close on* Monday, 10th December, at 3.15 .p.m. Late letters at 3.45 p.m. Registered lcltero at 2.15 p.m. .-; ~tt -..?-. A supplementary mail for rthe 'Australian colonies 'will..- close -on Tuesday, -December' 17th, ab .'J.15 p.m. Mails for the 'United Kingdom; &'c, will -.close on Wednesday, December ISth., For Kanowna', on Tuesdays/ Thursdays,, and Saturdays, at 2,p;m.' ? ' / - lor I.O.U. and Kurnalpi on Thursdays at 9 p.m. . t ???!;; . The Tost 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 delivery from 7 to S o'clock p.m. Delivery by letter carrier at 9 a.m. ' 12 noon, and 430 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. Coolgardie, etc., -.will close at 3.15 p.m. Late letters will be ''received up to 3.45 p.m.; late fee 2...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. PARLIAMENTARY. LAW REFORM BILL. ADELAIDE, December 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 December 1895
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. PARLIAMENTARY, LAW REFORM BILL. ' Adelaide, December 12. .... The Assembly sa1', till 1.30 o'clock, this morning, carrying the Law Reform Bill through all- its stages. There was a very thin house. The legal members, with one exception/ left disgusted at the uudue haste to force it through the House. The Assembly sat again this morn ing', and decided, on the motion of Mr CaldTTell, seconded by the Premier, to establish an official 'Hansard' staff in default of satisfactory arrangements being made with the proprietors of the daily journals to continue a newspaper ' Hansard.' The debate that followed was favorable to a continuance of the existing, arrangements if the papers could be induced to tender about the price offered. The Public House Monopolies Pre ventipn Bill was passed through all its stages. The Bill prevents future monopolies, and discontinues existing monopolies after 1906, the date fixed under the compensation clause of the Mil of 1891. The Referendum Bi...
QUEENSLAND. A DESTRUCTIVE FLOOD. Brisbane, December 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 December 1895
QUEENSLAND. ' A DESTRUCTIVE FLOOD. Brisbane, December 12. Heavy rain has fallen at Croydon. Several bridges were swept away. The residents on the bank . of the town creek suffered severely. Experiments made by the Gosern rnent bacteriologist show that red water is solely due to ticks and not com municated from 9R9 beast ^ another. The Customs receipts suice July show an increase ci jgJ§,227 above yV.es returns for the corresponding period of -last year, '
A Westralian Banquetted in London. IMPORTANT SPEECH BY MR W. G. BROOKMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 December 1895
A Westralian Banquetted in London . IMPORTANT SPEECH BY MR W. G. BRO.OKMA2T. On Ocfeobei: 39th last Mi? G-ooygo Book man, J.P., was banquetted at the Holbopn. Restaurant, London, by a large number- of .gentlemen holding high positions in the mining world. During the evening the toast of 'The Gold Mining Industries of Austra lasia' was honored, and Mr TV. Cr. Brookman responded. The ' British Australasian' thus reports the address of that gentleman : — Mr W. G-. Brookman, in response, said the toast of the gold mining . industries of Australia was one of immense magnitude. He believed the industry of gold mining in Australia Ayas far in advance of that of- any other' country. At all events looking at the output of Vic toria, New South Wales, Now Zealand, and Western Australia, they would agree that the colony is rapidly coming to the front, and if it did not already-head the list, it bid fair to do so in a very little time. Month by month the output was gradually increasing. A great ...
AN M.L.C. IN TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 December 1895
AN M.L.C. IN TROUBLE. The adjourned case against Ebenezer Ward, M.L.C., for the maintenance of his four children was concluded to-day. The defendant stated he was willing to take custody of the children and send them to. a station in the North, Mrs Ward strenuously objected, saying she would rat'rer labor for them than allow them to be sent to such a place of abode. The case was dismissed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 December 1895
N O M£. O R E N I N O. TO BE DISPOSED OF IN THE SHORTEST POSSIBLE SPACE OF TIME, -~w Therefore itramst be a Quick Sale, and Every Line will be disposed of at the Absolute Laid Down Cost. 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^Kiiitted SINGLETS at Is. Each 100' Dozen Men^jMannellette SHIRTS at 2s. €d., worth 5s. 6d. ' ' 50 Dozen Men's targe Size Working FLANNELS at 2s. 6d. ' , ? . ' '? ? - : ^?80 Dozen Men's Silk TIES at 4d. Each ' ' .'.'-? ,..f0 Dozen Men's Felt HATS at 2s. Gd., worth 6s, Gd. ' ? ' .-'-.! -?'?-. - 100 Dozen Men's SINGLETS and DRAWERS from Is. lid. Each 'il 20. Dozen SILK HANDKERCHIEFS at 4d. Each ' - 50 Dozen Bundle HANDKERCHIEFS at 6d. Each ' . .y 55 Dozen Men's GAPS, for Evening Wear, to be sold at 6cl. Each' ? 20 Dozen Silk Striped SHIRTS at 4s. Gd., worth 10s. Gd. 50 Dozen Large Size TURKISH TOWELS at 9d. Each, usual price Is. Gd. 100 Dozen Whi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 December 1895
'KALGOOELIiiJ PROPRIETARY ? .? - GOLD MIX13. ''.'?? *|\ENDERS''arc' Invited '' for SINKING A SHAFT 100 PEET,pu..the Above-named-. Mine,- 'dn'tii' Saturday,' the 14th day of v December. NATHANIEL 'HAWKB; ' Mine Manager. . 1^7- ANTED -: GOOD '? j 1 CA' RPENTJBK' Y- ? - Apply— - ' OLIVER, Ne.ir Exchange Buildings. A U 0 T I Q n S A ,L Ev ?* \. 1 ' _ . ' ' ' ' ' We havo roceivort instructions from Messes R. L. M:Kentzie & Co. to ! '? ? 1 sell'by public auction At their Premises (next Pt.^Fagau's Com mercial Hotel), on- ''? SATURDAY NEXT,' at 3- o'clock ' ? .WITHOUT RESERVE . ' .Men's Clothing ? ! -: ' '' Shirts 'Hats, Hosiery. &c.Yc, :-,.-. -. .-}-;-, .* . - ?-...:* fi-.t.^- -AIsch- ' ll : '*' -'-ir'v' '- Jewellery. Pipes, &c. .0. MILLER & CO., ' ? ? ? ? Auctioneer. T OST -CHESTNUT HORSE, Branded S.J J.S. under Saddle Near Hide. Reward. Apply to— .-?'?/ .-*''''.' 'The' Mvnageiy- -' ' West Boulder, KnJ^eorlio. KAI/JOORLIE MINERS' INSTITUTE-. - f^Oil ?F, PT...
SUICIDE EPIDEMIC. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895
SUICIDE EPjqEMtp. Quite an epidemic of suicide has existed in Sydney during, the hist few weeks. A verdict of suicide was returned in the case of John Rowland, wlJfe §liQt himself at Bond; on Tuesday. A siruibr verdict Ayfis rc.tu.rnpd at the inquest qn Walter Hjokey, a cab,rnan, who. hanged himself. Thjs morning Cii'ri TTnmnlirfivs ni-fmnntprl f.n ««»?--,.,.?. t ;sujgid.e.'.ljy taking a. solution oi match heads. In addition, four other cases of se|f=deatiuictJQn QQourred during fchp past seven days. At Albtiry, Jgllen Qritlp, an elderly woman, threw herself into the Murray, bnfc was : rescued by a man.
A STRANGE ELOPEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895
A STRANGE ELOPEMENT. At the Ballarat Supreme Court, Sydney Ackland Hams, aged 21 year?, was sentenced to nine months' im prisonment with hard labor for having assaulted hi-s step-daughter, aged 17 years. The evidence disclosed an in teresting romance, The acoused was formerly employed by a 'widow named Mrs Merrit*-, aged 50 years, on a farm in South Australia. Hams married Mr3 Merritt, on the latter' s suggestion, and afterwards eloped with the daughter to Nhill, Yictoria, where they lived together as man and wife.
A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895
A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. A dwelling house near Footscray has been destroyed by fire, and Mrs Brundle, wife of a slaughterman, wis severely burnt whilst trying to rescue an infant child. Neither are expected to recover. - An old lady named Watts, when running along the street to see the fire, fell dead. She was 70 years of age.
Kalgoorlie Warden's Court. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13. (Before Mr Warden Fielding.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895
Kalgoorlie Warden's Gourt. Friday, December 13. (Before Mr Warden Fielding.) 'Williams v. Petit and another. — ^Ap- plication for forfeiture of lease 879. Plaintiff had no miner's right on the days complained of, and His 'Worship dismissed the case. Meaney y.. Hough. — Application for forfeiture of lease 109G. Lawrence Meaney, miner, . residing at Kalgoorlie, .was on this lease on October 1, 2, and 8. He was camped on the ground, and was there all day. ~No one was working. .Tli ere was a hole down 8ft or Oft, but no other work. He was all over the lease. There appeared to have been no work done for six weeks. Produced search made in the office of the Mining Registrar. Adjourned to January 18 ' for'scrvicc on Hough. Wheatley v. Hamilton Eureka G-.M. Company. — Application of forfeiture of lease 2249. Thomas Wheatley, miner, residing at Kalgoorlie, was on this lease on November 13, 14, and 15, about five hours each day. He saw no one work ing. No work had ever been done there. The lea...