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THE ABRAHAMS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895

THE ABRAHAMS CASE. The Full Court yesterday heard an application made by Mr Purves in the case of Greener v. Abrahams, in which the Full Court recently reduced the damages awarded from £5,500 to £525. The matter was allowed to stand over till February 10th, at the request of the plaintiff.

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Mining Notes. HANNAN'S VICTORIA CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895

Mining Notes. HANNAN'S VIOTOEIA CltOSS. Amongst the mines to the north-cast of Mount Charlotte that are not talcing full ad vantage of the general exemption/the Han nan s Victoria Cross is worthy of mention ?This property adjoins the Eoseand Shamrock mine, and is situated to the south of that well known lease. On the Victoria Cross a shaft has been sunk 70ft through soft good-looking country, and at that depth a lode running about north and south was met with. Cross cutting east proved the lode to be about 2ft !'in, .°? 3f fc widei and having passed through it, the crosscut was teirmorarilv nVionri^ori and driving commenced on the -course -of the lode. To the south a drive has been put in about 24ft, passing through some very nice stone, sorn.G of which, on washing gave .1 handsome, prospect, Patches of green copper stained material, in some cases closely resem bling chlorides, \yere frequently met with in the drive. A drive has also been put in alon°~ the line of lode to the north ...

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VICTORIA. PARLIAMENTARY. RAILWAY MANAGEMENT. MELBOURNE, December 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895

VICTORIA. PARLIAMENTARY. RAILWAY MANAGEMENT. MfiLBOUEXR, December 13. The Legislative Council have thrown out the Plural Voting Abolition and Woman Suffrage Bill. The first reading of the Federal Euabling Bill has been carried. The second reading is fixed for to-morrow. In the Assembly yesterday, the Railway Management Bill met with severe criticism during the debate.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895

NOM O P 'B N I N G. TO BE DISPOSED OF IN THE SHORTEST POSSIBLE SPACE OF TIME, # I Therefore itanust be a Quick Sale, and Every Line will be disposed of at the Absolute Laid Down Cost. I 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 3 50 Dozen Men's, Knitted SINGLETS at Is. Each 100 Dozen Men's Fluniiellette SHIRTS at 2s. -Gd.,' woitli 5s'. Gd. .' ' ' - --?????''-. 50 Dozen McjVs Large Size Working FLANNELS at 2s. Gd. . . - - 80 Dozcji Men's Siik-?rJ3I.E$:: at^4d. Eacli '. ' .'-'?*?*' : - .30 Dozen Mui's Felt' HATS at '2s. -Gd.; -worth 6s. ChL - ' ' . ? ~ 100 Dozen Men's SINGLETS and DRAWEES from Is. llcUEaeh - ' .. ' '\ ttiTD'dzcn Sllir'HANL-KERCHIEFS 'at ld7.Eacli - [ ' - -- 50 Dozen Bundle HANDKERCHIEFS at Gd.'Eacli ' ' '. ' ' bo Vozvn Men's CAPS,, for Evening AVear, to be sold' at Gd. Each £0 n«zri-;Silk;:Siijprd .SHIRTS at ,4s. Gd., worth 10s. Gd. 50 Dozen .Large Size TURKISH TOWELS a...

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THE TOWN PEGGED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895

THE TOWN PEGGED OUT. Kiilgoorlie was yesterday favored with another pegging boom, and one of a rather ' novel nature, implying as it does the pegging out of the entire town as gold-mining leases. Practically the whole town has been included in four blocks of 15 acres each. One com prises the ground bounded by Brookman street on the north-west, Porter street on the north-east, Egan street on the south-east, and Maritana street on the south-west ; a second is bounded by Egan street on the south-east, uassidy street on the south-west, Brookman street on the north-west, and Maritana street on the north-east ; a third by Cassidy street on the south-west, Dugan street on the north west, Maritana street on the north-east, and Br.ookman street on the south-east ; and a fourth by Maritana street on the south-west, Rug-nn stueet on the nor.th-wcs.t-. Bortcr-'str.eet on the nor.th-cas.t, and Brookman 'street- an the south-east, Thus it' will be seen that these four blocks contain the entire to...

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WEST AUSTRALIA. A JOURNALIST'S FAREWELL. PERTH, Dec. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895

WEST AUSTRALIA. A JOURNALIST'S FAREWELL, Perth, Dec. 13. A .gathering of gentlemen represen tative of commercial, mining, and other interests, met at Tattersali's yes terday to bid farewell to Mr S. Joseph, a member of the reporting staff uf the ' West Australian,' who is to-d»y leaving for a trip to Europe and .the American colonies. Mr Simpson, M.L.A., occ.ipit-d the chair, and several other members of Parliament were also present. The chairman, in proposing ' Bon voyage, dwelt upon the excel lent literary work performed by Mr Joseph since joining the staff of the ?? West Australian,' and added that they would all regret his absence from .Perth. However, they expected to receive pleasure from his contributions to the local press during the progress of .his trip. The toast was enthusi astically drunk with musical honours, and Mr Simpson suitably acknowledged the compliment.

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Kalgoorlie Police Court. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13. (Before Mr R. Fielding, P.M., and Mr John Wilson, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895

K&lgqqtfte !?QUce Court. Fihday, December 13. (Befqrfi Mr B. Finding, p.M., and Mr. John Wil§e»j J.p.j William Ebsary was charged on- re mand with the larceny as bailee of two camels, the property of Dr Brownrigg, on or about April 15 at the 90-mile. Case adjourned f or a month, defendant to appear, and to have the right of a further adjournment to obtain witnesses if necessary.

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FATAL FALL OF EARTH. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895

FATAL FALL OF EARTH.'.' .-« -William Gay, a young man engaged at the Gilberton brickworks, was killed through a large quantity of earth fall ing on him while engaged making material Tor bricks.

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895

MAIL NOTJpgS. Mails toy A«.sti'-Juii tfo&omes olo;y} an i Mocdfiy, HUH Dei&mhei; ^ 5-15 p.m. Lat.e L tiers at 3.45 p.fii, tiegiSGfM ict^e-rs at 2.15 p.m. A. supplementary mail foi1 the Australian colonLo 7''U close oa Tuesday, December 17th, at H.lo p. ui. Malls /or the Umlcd Kingdom, &c, will close .on ffic$}}$§-hy3 December ISth. For Kanowjaa,' % Tuesdays, Thursdays, ami Salunhiys. at 2 pi^. ' ' Fft? l,Q,U, And Ixurn'alpi on 'Thur^vs.^U: ; 9 p.m. ' ''?''? Tli-: 'Post Cffit-e L open to? tfce dpljvcjy of loiters ami r.S'ynapcrs Uiii'ly. fmni § g,.ija. to 5 p.m. ; and oii 'liuu-ad^:' *--ttcl iS;itiJfi?;iiv| exi ra delivery from 7 to S o'clock |-.m. * ' .Delivery by leiter carrier ut 9a.m. 12 noon, and 4 30 p.m. Inward mails arrive froni.Pertlj, Cool-»ar. die, etc., at 11.30 a.m. Delivery by letter carrier as soon sis possible afterwards. Outward mails for Perth. Coolgardie, etc.. will closeafc 3.15 p.m. Lute letters will be received jjjj {p 3.43 p.m ; late fee...

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Telegraphic. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. PARLIAMENTARY. ADELAIDE, Dec. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895

1*^1 f*0*-p£S fill 1 r* f°r ? SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ' P,ARLlA|rENTAR¥. Adelaide, Dec. 13. The Premier, in along and e.lbqiient speech, 'inoved the se.cond reading of the federal Enabling Bill. The' debate ^yas'adjqujned. T|.-he' Trej).sj}r.er mored the Hous into committee for the. purpose of pb.Vai'iing permission to int -qduce the JHl! fVgV-PPi Ho ^Q the New Zealand Recir liftcjfcy 'I'pPS-tjf. RiU'ley was piit out qf |he agrqem.en't b,y a largo majority, and fche fcr.ea.jtf W0§ tip** ^and^'ied by thp 6te?erofti81lfci

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895

-HOCKING 'and ~'cb.,~' ' Kalgoorlie Miner Office.' 'We sire again to Uic front with a New and Large Stock of Books, -our own importing, the Best Choice in the Boulder District. They consist of the very latest Novels, etc. ' '*' Books for Young Men ;,?, ?- - Books for Young Women ? _ .. .' Books for the Camp Books for Sunday Reading - : ? Books for the Alilliou By the followiug Authors, and many others :— f Robbery tinder Arms Rolfe Boldrkwood - A Modern Buccaneer -'?'?'? ( Miner's Right - .'Marcus Clakkb I Fov the Tmn of His Natural Life - f She \. Akn Q.irutc.rmain ' ? j Eric Bright Eyes Eider IIaggahd -s\ 'Nada the Lily / Monteznma's Daughter ' ?'''- \ Cleopatra - - Zola | Abbe Mourct f Love Under the Tiles -,.?.-.- . A Fast Young Man The Courtesan Paul de Koch '. { Friqueites f.-.. -- (translated from the French) The Vampire Man With the Three Pair of Breeches L and many other Novels ^Dickens' | All of his Works 'Shakespeare | All of his Plays and Poems ? Adam Lindsay Gordon | Po...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895

Y fc .HE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP JL COMPANY, LIMITED, Is mrvr miming r TTsskly Serrico between tkc Eastern Colonise and Western Australia. The Stwiiaers omployod are :— V^esasl tons Captain 3.S. Marloo (new) 3,5C0 Anthon S.S. WollowrA. (kott) S,500 Nicol S.S. Ibtkamixsxa .. 3,000 Dingle g.g. Abblaide ... 2.500 Lockyer S.S. ADHLAIDE, Tuesday, 18th December. S.S. 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 theBe vessels is Equal to that of the Mail Steamers. Fall information as« to fares, date of sailing, &«., on application to PENBERTHY & CO., Bayley-street, Coolgardie. or S. HOPKINS, Local Manager, - ; ! ' Frsmantle. VjPHE HOWARD SMITH LINE ? EXPRESS PASSENGER STEAMERS. Intending passengcre are invited to inspect the splendid accommodation of these fine steamsrs, -which are the largest and most sumptuous engaged in the intercolonial trade. FRO...

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Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895

Items of News. The gold escort left for Perth on Friday afternoon. A11 interesting ceremony was performed on Friday '?mbjmin'g,' when the Mayor (Mr Sqtin Wilson) was sworn in % Warden Fieldpg as a justice of the peace. Ycstei\lay ihc Warden's Goiii:t sa}, fou the lasjt time this year, and in coiisequcncej no doivbt of this fact, a larger number oE cases thflii ifsiial ^Fci'3 dealt with. The Court opens again on Januauy \§, The Acting- Warden (Mr Percy Fielding) leaves for Kurnalpi via White Feather this «~ A^i*t ? *-» r*t XT'/^ ^»*i'll fij-vrtl «.ri4-lT v^ii-^llirv n i-\ ri 1UW1 J11LI££. iiU -YLLL ILUcbl W1U11 IIILLILU^ cbliAL police cases at these two localities, and exj)CCf§ \Q a;Qtui;n by Wednesday or Thursday ncxL ' '?' The following arc the names q£ the pas sengei'S 'who arrived at or departed from Kalgoorlie on Friday. Arrivals : Mcsdanrs Solomon, Davidson, and Shields, and Miss doyens ft-ii4 MosFps J. Q. Browne, Solomon. Wing, IlolniOS; ijfiwley, MapmlQij, Stqkes, Faddy, and ...

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KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, DEC. 14TH, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895

Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, DEC. H-xii-ISOo/ The time, undoubtedly, is - not very- far distant when the iron horse will be rush ing into Kalgoorlie, not alone from the west, but, as Mr 'W. Gr. Urookman pointed out in, a recent speech delive'rcdin Loiiddn, and published in our -issue -of yesterday, from several points of the compass, and the town shall have become the centre of ' a network of railways. In the mean time, and, indeed, subsequent to such a work for the proposed Eoad Board for - the East Coolgardio District, with -reference to the formation of which 7 a meeting is to be held here next Monday evening. In an article by Mr Evans Woollen, of Indiana, that appears in the current number of ' Paving and Muni cipal Engineering,' the writer, shows the value of good roads in the one item of increasing the utility of horses, .pointing out that in England, where the roads are good, one horse serves an average of 24 people ; and that in Prance, where the highways are...

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Company Flotation in London. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895

Company Flotation in London. The list of infliiontal persons ahd'comV b'uiatious who. have signed the. Memo randum and' Articles ot xVssot,'iatioivof the London and Continental Investment Corporation of Western Australia is (states the ' British Australasian ') something phenomenal in the history qE flin rlnv-iilr\rvii»m'*if. r*F flin cimii rni'Ana niirl general resources 01 Western Australia cr any other country. „ No one can gain say tho substantiality of the 200 indi viduals and institutions who have taken up in advance the total .present .issue 'of 500,000 £1 ordinary shares. The board is one ,to command confidence, and the field of action is one that offers almost unlimited opportunities of profit. The company,' which is appointing represen tative' committees in Paris, Amsterdam, Stockholm, Brussels, and Vienna, is formed' with the following objectsj- 'inter alia : To acquire and hold any' shaves, stocks, bonds, debentures, or securities of any company, syndicate, or trust, aud...

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A SUCCESSFUL STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895

A SUCCESSFUL STRIKE. The shipbuilders' strike has been settled in favour of the men. :The employes in the Clyde yards will receive an immediate advance of Is. and those in the Belfast yards will receive a similar advance in February.

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French Mining Industries. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895

French Mining Industries. The Suato of the Paris Press to-day is peculiar. The ' Temps ' and the ' Figaro ' alone stand aside and cry out 'against the mad gambling spirit that has seized hold of the French public. ' All the other papers, 'with the -exception of' a few blackmailing rag 3 who cannot get the advertisements; are talking -as though the promised enormous interest ^in African mining s!i;uv.s was natural and undoubted. The result his been such a tremendous investment of money, fchattliccry-'uWlierc-i3'it-to end ?' i3 being raised. If an evening journal is to be credited, - France -has within 'the last few'mouths invested more in foreign exploiting and' mining .companies, than was- demanded by Germany as a' War '?Indemnity (5,000,000,000^)^ . This .is 'possibly' not far wrong. The 'Credit Lyoiinaisc ' is said to have refused, to be associated, with the South - African '111111- ing schemes. This is: significant., -''but not so significant as would appear on the i'acc of it,- ...

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DISCONTENT IN GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895

DISCONTENT IN GERMANY, A decree closing the Social Demo cratic Clubs of Germany has given rise to discontent, especially in Berlin. In that city numerous meetings are being held to protest against the action of the author.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895

LOST.— One TEN PQUXD NOTK ? i_ Fiudcy rewar-.lcl on r'Mnniing to - HOOKING*. AXD CO.,- - ' '?-'?'*??? ^ Mikes Ovifici:.'. LOST CHESTNUT HORrfiS, Braudal J.S., under S;vl»llc Near SuL\ ---',- Rowanl. Apply to— The Mannaror, ~\Ycsb JSouhlcr, ' ' ? ? ? ' Kalg^orlie. - rpENDER FOR. NEW BUILDING. JL — — — — — Woml n.iifl Trnn :' nslinininnr ilio Wo«f. Ai'u. tvalian:Jjap.k. Haniian street, ivsiluronvlie/- - Plaiis ami specifications may bo seen at Messrs Aplin and Rorkerv. opnosite the Post 'Office: ' ? -'--%' ' * . ?* ?'?*''? ~- ' ' ? JI:MArION AXD P.OND. - STRAYED in our yard, one dark chesnut horse, branded JS under- saddle. Owner can have same by paying expenses. If not cJairucrt by Dcocmbcv 22, will. bo sold to pay expenses. PETERS & 'WHf'LTCBLD, Ilannau-stroet, Kalgoorlie. Dec. 8, 189.')., ? J^ O 1 ? I ' ' P '. E. NOTICE is hereby given .that Notice oE Application for Injunction has been lo Iged at the Warden's Court, Kalgoorlie, East Coolgardie Goldficld. on Gold-mining Lea...

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Barney Barnato. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 December 1895

Barney Bania&o. Some reminiscences of B.-irn-T Baruato, the Great South African banker, the man whoso bunking schemes wero propped up by Sli\ Joseph 'Reml.-i, the retiring Lord Mayor of L'-ndo:i, may prove of interest: — The gT-uidfather of ;Mr 11. I. Barnato was .is:n:ill Hebrew schoolmaster named Isaac, later a cab driver, who lived in the I\Lik--]']nd-roa-1, London. His wife, an Irishwoman, 'died after giving birth to two chiLlron. a b'ov and a girl. The boy, llany Isaacs, as he grew up,- sold combs in the streets of the City of London, and sang and per formed conjuring feats in the streets of Whitecliapel. Later on his sou Barnie, the present B, I. Barnato, we;,it into the second-hand clothes lino, his speciality being waistcoats, and in the evening he followed the pursuit of billiards -with -noticeable success.' To console those ho defeated, he often gave them recitations and other pcformances. . So popular d'i\ her become in this -latter line that his patrons fiaally c...

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