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A MINING CLAIM. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 December 1895
A MINING CLAIM. Before Mr Justice Holism an and a jury in the Supn me Court yesterday, the mining case was opened, Canham v. Doolette and Lines, in which the plaintiff claimes one-sixth interest in certain mines, including the Port Pirie and Challenger reefs. The state ment of claim was read and the Court adjourn ad.
WARNING TO SOCIALISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 December 1895
WARNING TO SOCIALISTS. Herr Schreheudor. Minister of Jus tice in the German Ministry, made a, remarkable speech at the Diet. He informed the House that if the police -failed to control the Socialists the Jliinperoi* and the Government intended to try and crush them with the army. He warned the Socialists, whom, he said, were like snakes, always raising their heads to hiss, that if it came to that there would be no child's play, for the soldiers remembered the . insults offered by the Socialists to the Em peror William, their venerable leader. The speech created great sensation. Tlio English Press considers that; itj was inspired by the Emperor.
SPORTING. SANDOWN PARK RACES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Melbourne, Dec. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 December 1895
, : SPORTING. ' SA-NDOWX TAJIK KAOJfiS. - . [By Telegraph.] Melbourne, Dec. 11. The above were run to-day and resulted as follows : — ? TKIAL STAKES. t- ? - -.- ? - Cornelia ? I Kolhabssi ..-. ? 2 ttrocktown. '... ? ? i- Belting :?'G^'to 1- Qj'melia?; 'cVfeiiY?mdiicy Monkey. WELTER HANDICAP. Cornelia ... »? ' L .\: ... . 1 Hermit;-. ... ... V ... ..'. 2 . PlainKaLc ..'. -^ ...' ~l: '-']» - Betting : 3 to 1 Cornelia. '*'? r~~ - steeplechase: *?*'??? /r'~\. -' . -Stormaway« j-._--:'-...~\ j^»..i. £ ,\. ^'-Jl,.-' ' - Warrajye ..'. ... ... ... 2 Pyramirta ... ^ ... ^ ^.v ^ ...^ '6 . Betting: 4 lo'l.SlbnnaSvay. ... . ' ,,.;- FLYING HANLICAP. Pickles ? 1 Kildon ... , ? 2 Mona- ... ? ' ... 3 Betting : 7 to 2 Pickles. ' .„_ ^SANDqW^PAJRl^HAXDJCAP.^,,,^.^ Tarpcdion ? 1 Egyptus -... _ ...--- ? 2 - . Betting : 2- and 3 to*l Tarpcdiofi.1-' ' '
TWELVE DAYS IN A BOILER. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895
TWELVE' DAYS IN A BOILER, In a steamer that recently arrived at Fremantle from Melbourne, a stowaway vvas found in a large steam boiler which formed part of the cargo. The boiler was at the very bottom of the hold, with 500 tons of cargo on top. The man had been twelve days in the boiler, and was in a very emaciated condition. He fainted when brought into the open air.
The IOU District. BULONG AND ITS MINES. No. III. THE MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895
The I OU District. BCJLONG AND ITS MINES. (BY OUR MIXING REPORTER) No! in. ? ;'? the'Mysteey: Amongst the best known of all the claims in the I 0 TJ district is the Mystery, which is now being worked by Messrs David and Ehoderick Reid. It is a six-acre- block a quarter of a mile south-west. of the -township. A cutting has -been put down along the line of reef For about ,150, yards,' -varying' iii depth from Gft/to 14ft or 15ft, ..out of which some wonderfully- rich stone has been obtained.' 'It was originally worked by tlie ' Hbriie-:J3ro3., who took about I800ozs'of gold out of it,. , as much' as' ?120pzs being won, from oiie dish of dirt. As a surface show, it ? would- be difficult to -find, anything, superior to ..the Mystery. - It carries a . mullocky .?-forma- tion very similar in spjocarance to that of the Great Boulder. Through this formation rich quartz leaders run, whilst gold in good quantities can be . obtained almost anywhere..' The width of the f o.imation has not yet b...
THE SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895
THE SALVATION ARMY. General Booth addressed a. very large and enthusiastic meeting in the Town Hall last night, Chief Justice Onslow, the Acting-Governor, being chairman. The General spoke on the present condition of the Army. The Coolgardie branch sent a. banner illus trating Bay ley-street, ? and -worded, ' Coolgarditf affectionately; greets pur only. General.'- - r