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Bardoc News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895

Bardoc News. (l''R0M - A CORRJSSPOXDEXT.) But three weeks have elapsed since the visit of Sir John Forrest to Bardoc, yet of the various promises he made on that occasion, three of them hn\e been faithfully fulfilled. Tlie first and the one of the most vital importance to our district has been most exp-ditiously carried out. I refer to the water diffi culty. Not only lias the boring plant been sent to us, but it lias been erected and the- ground pierce! to a depth of a hundrei' feet already. The officer in charge tells me that he expects to strike water at a depth of about 200 feet. The Progress Committee have received advice that-- hospital tents, beds and bedding, and all necessary appliances, have been despatched, and will reach Bardoc shortly. The Government .surveyor, Mr Tibbits, has notified us that he has received instructions from the Lands Department, Perth, to pro ceed to Bardoc without delay, to survey our new township. So that the Pre mier lias lost no time in carrying o...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Miner
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Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895

Mining Nqtas, Private letter from Cool»-irdio, published in tlie List 'Bulletin' : — 'Water has gone up to 9d a gallon. To water camels which had been on the dry for a week cost me £8 10s. Tt's nil rot about the camerbeina1 able to eo ? without water. He can keep his thirst for a week, biit, .when he gets his' next drink, , makes up for all back time.'' Water has never hecn as high as 9d per gallon in Cool gardie this summer. ? Mr F. H.- Backhouse,-- superintendentengi neer of the White Feather Reward Claim, on llonday paid his usual visit of inspection to ? the property. He pepQrfcs. that the mine is looking well, whilst splendid oj.;e 'is. feeing raised fi:qm the stqpcsj tlie 'stgiie showing gold fffbly. . Th.c battery is working very smoQtlily, almqst * sufficient water b,eing obtained from the 'shaft to run the stampers cqntiivuously.. The plate^aue 'shewing qiiite , th'c'axci'figo. amqunt:of gold. A contract has been accepted' -fqj:- sink|i|.g the. main' 'shaft anothep 100 feet...

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The "World's Present Gold Production. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895

The 'World's Present Gold Production. Gold is now being produced throughout the world qn a scale of greater magnitude than ever before recorded, and (remarks Messrs Ellison and Evered in the ' Banker's Magazine') judging from all appearances the production is bound to increase. From fairly known data the expected production of over £40.000,000 this year is likely before long to: be; eclipsed by £00,000,090 per annum. Oue effect in part, of the develop ment that is in progress is the great accu mulation of gold in the vaults of the European banks, some ten oi which now hold little short of £400,000.Q0Q. At what point, if ever, will the accumulation cease I What will be the ultimate influence upon the great material interests of the world of a plethora of goW! For ore thing, the accumulation of gold in the banks has helped to make money cheap beyond, all precedent. The continued chGapnorfS and plcnHt'ulncss o1' money .should also, following tho experience of the past, lead in due cour...

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THE WAR IN ASHANTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895

THE WAR IN ASHANTEE. . Some of the native carriers employed for the British troops during the cam paign in Ashantee deserted on reaching Prah. A large body of natives attacked the Hausa police at Appam, but were repulsed with heavy loss. The Inspector- General of the forces of the Gold Coast is disposing the troops employed against King Premph in the form of two columns. One will start from the north, and the oiher is to have its base of operations on the coast. Both columns will converge towards Coomassie. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895

NOM OPENING. '. ' TO BE DISPOSED OF IN THE SHORTEST POSSIBLE SPACE OF TIME, ^ ; - . Therefore it«must 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 ami Cotton SOCKS at 3d. per Pair ? .-150 -Dozen Men's Knitted' SIISTGLETS at Is. Each . . ' 100 Dozen Men's Flanncllettc SHIRTS at 2s. Gd., woith-Os. Gd. .-;.- 50 Dozen Men's Large Size Working FLANNELS at 2a. Gd. ' ? 1! 80 -'Dozen aien'^-'Silk -'TIES at 4d. Each ? %''3O -Dozen 'Meii's ;Felt HATS at 2s. Gd., worth Gs. Gd. * .- ' 100 Dozeii_ Men's .SINGLETS, and DRAWEES from ' U.. lid. Each ? 120 Pozcil, SILK, HANDKERCHIEFS at -Id. Each ... ':' ' '50 ; Dozen' ''Bundle; HANDKERCHIEFS .at Gd. Each - 55 Duzen Men's CAPS, i'or Evening Wear,- to be sold at Gd.' Each 20 Dozen Silk Striped SHIRTS at -J-s. Gd., worth 10s. Gd. 50 Dozen Large Size TURKISH TOWELS at 9d. Each, usual price Is. Gd. 10...

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EUROPEAN POWERS AND CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895

EUROPEAN POWERS AND CHINA. It is reported that both Russia and Gerhlany are surveying Riochu, in the south' Chinese province of Shantung, for a naval station.

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A NEW COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895

A NEW COMPANY. The Goldfields Finance and Develop ment Company, with a capital of £200,000, shares to the value of £195,000 arc being offered for public subscription. The company has been formed to operate in Africa and Aus tralia.

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PUGILISM. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895

PUGILISM. A fight has been arranged between Maher°and Fitzsimmons, the world's champion, to take place on February - 14, for 10,000 dollars.

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BRAZIL THREATENED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895

BRAZIL THREATENED. France proposes to make a naval demonstration against Brazil, with the object of ensuring compliance with her demands with regard to the territory about which there is a dispute between the two countries.

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The No-Petticoat Club. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895

The No-Petticoat Club. , The very newest thing in clubs has been discovered in. the United States. Its members are all girls. Indeed, in the very nature of thines.: this couldn't be otherwise, since it was organised for the express and particular purpose of emancipating womankind from a form of slavery under which she has endured discomfort, not to say innumerable physical ills, for years and years — in fact, ever since she began to be an integral part of the busy, work-a-day world outside of her home. Now, a woman's club may want to emanci pate itself from something or other that has nothing whatever to do with political equal ity. For instance, the members of the new club are too occupied in getting their daily bread with its butter and jam accessories to even think about striking out the word 'male 'from the Constitution, and they will frankly tell you that they can make neither head nor tail out of the whole tariff question. They are bright, every one of them, but their brightne...

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A DISORDERLY ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895

A DISORDERLY ASSEMBLY. An exciting scene has taken place in the Romanian Chamber of Deputies. One of the members objected to the infant Prince Boris being made a mem ber of the Greek Church, whereupon the President' of the Chamber ordered the deputy to be removed. The ushers were abp.ut to carry out the or-ler when njem.ber-3 of the Opposition ejected them. The President sought to retire, but several deputies held him iu the chair.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895

A'COKCBRT AND B A L L. IK AID OF' HANNAN'S HOSPITAL. will be held on the 2Gtli day of December, at Quigley's Hall. Tickets for the Ball. are procurable Croni the Members of the Committoo at 10.s (5d Each. Ladies free. ./ T'~ Concert to conimence at 8 p.m. ' ?. Dancing commences at ll.liO p.m. FEED. WIGZELL | Joint' ' EEGINALD'BRO'OK J' Sees. BOXING . ¥LG H T. THE CONCEET IN AID OF THE HOSPITAL will be held on the Above Night, at 8 p.m. The Program me will be advertised this week. T. WILKINSON, ) „ ' OTTO BERLINER, J ±ion- toecs' T¥T A N T E D. A SAWYER AS MATE. Piece Work. Af ply Tassi'e Ivanhoe, Great Boulder. K.-Vi,aooni.n3, December 10, 1805. WE, the undersigned Bakers ot Kalgoorlic and the Boulder, hereby notify that in consequence oH the high price of Flour, BREAD will be ELEVENPENCE a Loaf on and after the 19th day of Decombor, 1895, Signed, \ Johnston Bros. & Dum Boulder j Lidbicoat & Verrax ) Delaxd & Ellis Kalgoor- ( Bjcck & Sei^tel LIE I 0. ...

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Share Market. TUESDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) Adelaide, December 17. 10.20 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895

Share Market. TUEJ-DAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. («T URGENT WIKE.) Adelaide, December 17: 10.20 a m. Lake view, 45s, 4Ss Croesus. Us, Us 9d . Premier, 10s (3d. Us Gd Boulders, £5 16s, £5 17s 6d 'Reefer's Eureka, 9s Block 45, 16a 4^-d ? ? ' Golden Zone, pro. seller Us, con. 8s 2d Hannan's Reward North, pro. sellers, 53 9d Brown Hill Junction, 3s 9d, 33 Ud Hannan's Eureka, 2s Sd Victoria Cross, 2s . .Maritana Extended, Is lOid. 2s Hannan's East, 13 6d, Is G^d

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ANOTHER BATTLE IN CUBA. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895

ANOTHER BATTLE IN CTJBA. Another battle h.as b.epn fought between, the insurgents of C3uba ancj |lip ' Spanish tr.qopj. The rebels en goun^ered a column of Spanish tr.qop.3, . killing Jialf the opposing for.cr and capturing the -remainder.

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ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE, December 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895

ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) : ?d-* ' Adelaide, December 16. Gre!at Boulders, £5 14s, £5 17s, £5 16s 6d ? Brown HillJunction, 3s l0d,'3s9£d Block 45, 16s Gd, 16s '4Jd Boulder North Extended, Is 0£d, Is Coolgardies, 40s 6d Erl King, 3s lOd Golden Zone, pro. 10s 9d, con. 8s 6d, 83 5d Great Boulder Norseman, 4s 3d ' Hannans Eureka, 2s 8d Hannan's Central, 8s 6d Hannans East, Is 6d Hannans Victoria Cross, 2s Id, Is Ud Ivanhoe South Extended, 3s 9id Kirkpatrick's Mount Benson, 63 4d, 63 6J Londonderry Consols, Is 7-^-d Maritana Central, 2s Gd Maritana North, 3s 4d, 3s 8d Maritana Extended, Is Ud, Is lO^d Norseman, 5s Gd No. 1 North Norseman, con. 4s Id No. 2 Great Norseman, 8s 6-1, 9s Southern Boulder, Is 8d Tindals, 5s 6d

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THE WAR IN ABYSSINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895

THE WAR IN ABYSSINIA. A national subscription is. being raised in Italy for defrayiug the cost of the campaign in Abyssinia. Some of the Italian reserves are being enrolled for service in Abyssinia. Qne hundred, thousand §lioas are' marching upon ^4°wa- The' 'Italians are 'acting' on the defensive and pressing friendly natives into the service, ' ' ' . :;?;? :.v .. O :? .'??-. !?;? -.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895

^^^ ? ? .?? ? I i i ii ;_n j _ . .i . i . i. I i AND A HAPPY:, NEW YEAE. '' HOCKING. *and Co., ''Kalgoorlie Miner' Office Would remind the Public of Kalgoorlie and the Snrroandiug District that the Gay and Festive Season is close at ihand, and that they have just reeceived direct from England a LARGE SHIPMENT OF ?.- ???? CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR CARDS. THE BEST SELECTION' T(j BE SEEN OUTSIDE OF PERTH. Christmas guards for the Oliilsirsii. Christinas Gargis fer the QBsi Folks at Home. ©hBisteiias (Sards for E^@r^esi@. These are all in the Very Latest Designs in Booklets, Ivcrine, Australian Flowers, Australian Scenery, and Views of the 'West Australian Goldfields. .Our' Customers will find it 16 their advantage to make an Early Inspection, ,nnd thus secure the Choicest and Prettiest Cards. W-L STERN AUSTRALIAN BANK Established 1841. Head Office: PERTH ; Branches at ..Beyerlky Bunp.uky BUSSELTON CoOUiAllDIE Cue Dongaka FnEMAKTLE (jEnALBTOX Day Dawnt Kalgooki/ik ' .! ' - Newcastle Noktha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895

TlvHE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP A COMPANY, LIMITED, Is now running a Weekly Service between the Eastern Colonies and Western Australia. The {Steamers employed are :— '*- V'esnol tons - Captain S.S. Marloo (new) 3,5C0 Antlion S.S. WotT.owRA. (new) 3,500 Nicol 8.8. Innamikoka .. 3,000 Dingle S.S. Adelaide ... 2.500 1 Lockyer S.S. WOLLOWRA, December 28th. S.S. IKNAMINCKA, December 31st. . Also a Monthly Service, with S.S. ALBANY, ' te all North- West Ports (under Mail Contract with the -West Australian Government). The Accommodation of these vessels is Equal to that of the Mail Steamers. Full information as to fares, date of sailing, &c, on application to PENBERTHY & CO., Bayley-street, Coolgardie. , .or.S. HOPKINS, . . Local Manager, TjYemantle. rilHE HOWARD SMITH LINE 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...

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Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895

Items of News. The Municipal Council have ordered the agent- for the proprietors of the Exchange Buildings, to remove the present- verandah, which tlie'v consider to be in a, riiinous-and dangerous condition j and to erect a new one. This work is now iu hand. We learn from a correspondent at Black Flag' that the residents at that locality intend to hold sports on Boxing Day. 'A programme of races has boon drawn .up, the' chief event being a ten -guinea Sheffield' handicap. Any funds obtained are to' be 'given as a donation to the Kalgoorlic hospital. A' man named Smith, employed at the paw mills, Hauijftil -street, met with a., painful accident- on Saturday last. While' engaged in his 'work, a log of wood slipped and fell on his foot, with tho r-esult that thafc. member was severely crushed, . Bo was removed to the hospital.- ? : .- We were misinformed in reference to the entertainment on Boxing-night, a pai-agvaph announcing- the postponement of which ap peared i\i Tuesday's issue,...

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THE Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, DEC, 18TH, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895

— THE — Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. Wednesday, dec, is™,' is'os. Those residing on these fields who hare watched the -progress oi.' outside affairs must have observed with interest; the deep and arrowing desire in the other colonies, and ? particularly. South. Aus tralia, to establish additional and better communication between this colony and the east. Great and commendable eagerness has been exhibited to hasten a duplicate telegraph line to West Aus tralia. The survey is .now in ' progress, and the line will be completed' without delay. The overland' track 'along tlie sea coast to. Euela has', also Been im proved by the.. same ? Government, , and has, during the past 18 months,- been not a little utilized. The whole distance has been tramped on foot by men anxious to try and make their . fortunes on these fields. The 'route is fairly ac cessible to camels, but it - is not always ?accessible to Horses, and although a nock of sheep were lately travelled into this colony from ...

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