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Cable News. THE ARMENIAN ATROCITIES. LONDON, December 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895
Cable News. THE ARMENIAN ATROCiriES, London, December 16. Thousands of half-naked Armenians have arrived at the Black Sea ports. Hundreds of widows and girls are wandering about the snowy streets 01 Yan. Many of them are destitute ot clothing; The sacking of Armenian towns and villages, accompanied by ? murders and other outrage?, still con tinues in many parts. An Armenian relief fund is being formed in the United States. The Marquis of Salis bury has been asked to receive a depu tation from the friends of Armenia, but has declined to reply to the request.
THE GUILDFORD TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895
THE GUILDFORD TRAGEDY. An inquest has been held on ths body of Tran chard, who was killed by his wife at Guildford with ail axe. The son of the deceased g^ ^]ie body of his father was lying on the spot where he usually went to sleep on Sunday afternoon. His mother and father were quarrelling when he left home on Sunday morning. The medical men declared that the man was either stooping or lying down when the fatal blows were struck. The jury re turned a verdict of wilful murder against Annie Trenchard.
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895
MAIL NOTICES. Mails for the United Kingdom, &c, will close on Wednesday, December 18th. Mails for Australian colonies close on Friday, 20th December, at 3.15 p.m. Late letters at 3.45 p.m. Registered letters at 2.15 p.m. A. supplementary mail for the Australian colonies will close on Saturday, December 21st, at 3.15 p.m. Mails for the United Kingdom, Europe, &c.. will close ou Tuesday, December 24t.lv. For .Kauowna, o» Tuesdays, Thursdays,' .and Saturdays, at 2 p.m. Hor I.O.U. and Kurnalpi ou Tka?s-3.q^s at S ft.m. ; The Post Office is open for the delivery of letters and newspapers daily, from 9 a. in. to 5 p:m. ?, and on Thursdays' and Saturdays .extra delivery tcom 7 to S o'clock p.m. Delivery by letter carrier at 9 a.m. 12 twm, and 4 30 p.m. l'nwit'd mails arrive from Pe.v.fch, Coolgar dte, efce.« «(; 11.30 a.m. Delivery^ letter carrier as soooiii,? possible afterwards. Outward mails (oc Perth, Coolgardie, etc., will close at 8.i% p.Hii.. 'Late letters will be re...
Diamond Discovery. THE FIND DEFINITELY LOCATED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895
Diamond Discovery. THE FIND DEFINITELY LOCATED. It will be remembered, that recently qiiitc a stir was created in Perth by the production of two diamonds by two' 'unknown' prospec tors, the Government Geologist, to whom they ? were referred, declaring them to be of great value. The fiuders then alleged that they had unearthed them somewhere in the Nor' -West, but declined to give any particulars as to the locality until such time as they had secured the right on the ground Now we learn that these two men arc not the only ones who have been successful in their search for the precious gems, but others have found diamonds — not one or two, but several — on the Ngullagine in the very heart of tho goldfields. Presum ably, this 'is where the two prospectors, about whom there is so much mystery, got their jewels. It was there that Brookes Bros, obtained theirs, and so far is the only known place in the district where diamonds are known to exist. Mr Frodk. F. Groom, who has had some experie...
Boxing Day Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 December 1895
Boxing Day Sports. Tiic privileges of .supplying relroslimcii ts in connection with the sports to be hold on Boxing Day. were sold by auction by Mi Miller last evening. The risrht of the beers mid spirits bar (general publican's license) was purchased by Messrs Lee and Magor, of. the Australia Hotel for i(-20. whilst Messrs 'Wing ancbPottit pnid £16 10s' for the temper- '- ancc bar.-, The right 'to carry on -legal games (under police supervision) was bought' by Mr Linton for £20, and ? Mrs Heelc paid £3 for the tea, coffee, fruit and confectionery stall.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 December 1895
. ? N O ik O F E N I N Q. TO BE DISPOSED OF IN THE SHORTEST POSSIBLE SPACE OF TIME, .. , ^ ^ac ^ s» c4 taac7 fi is'1'* B 3 w fig \& i£& ? ^ Therefore ittmust 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 TH SACRIFICES TO BE MADE ;^- . 150 Dozen Men's Merino and Cotton SOCKS at 3d. per Pair ' / .150 Dozen Men's Knitted SINGLETS at Is. Each - * : ..'100 Dozen Men's Flannellette SHIRTS at 2s. Gd., woith 5s.' Gd. ;. ??? 50 Dozen Men's Large Size Working FLANNELS at 2s. 6d. :' '80 Dozen Men's Silk TIES at 4d. Each ' ' ? ,' ~ 30 Dozen Men's Felt HATS at 2s. 'Gd.. worth 6s. Gd. ' ' - ?- - 100 Dozen Men's SINGLETS and DRAWEES from Is. lid. Each 120 Dozen SILK HANDKERCHIEFS at 4d. Each 50. Dozen Bundle HANDKERCHIEFS at 6d. Each 55 Dozen Men's CAPS, for Evening Wear, to be sold at Gd. Each 20 Dozen Silk Striped SHIRTS at is.' Gd., worth 10s. Gd. ' ? - - . ' The Sals Wffl Hot Last Lsi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 December 1895
REV, FATHER DJEASY- begs to in£ov-m, j the Cathodes. of:- K-algoorliq ttyi* Mass. wi.ll be celebrated; at 1,^0. ne.\\-. Sidcfe Ex change, at thft\xf-c\lc o| Scanaphove Ohr.inbcrs, on Sv^day next. 2*nd.'inst, Hour : 10 0 clock sux\. Bjvqning- dov-oh'ous 7.30 p.m. IT'ALGOOELIE ITIHE BRIGADE.. Applications for the position of QAJY1MIN to the above, accompaniod by. rpfc^ejices1 as. to recent exppyionfio, ca.n to scn^ ip nip/on. 6],-. before ^.inas Bjiy^ '%?-$ u\$. ' ' ? . ?''??'?i'i^.''ii.'i-Ai«'L-yn\ ! Town Cfk'vk. CHHISTMAS GOODS. J MILLER & CO. ' have received a ?^ consignment of Christinas Goods, consisting of— 1 Albums Accordeons Photo Frames Perfumery Pipes; Cases Also— A large assortment of Christinas Gifts. To be Sold by Auction, on SATURDAY, the 22ND INSTANT, f at 3 o'clock sharp. Everything to be Sold- Without Reserve. PERTH ALLOTMENTS I PERTH ALLOTMENTS.! - J. O. SUMMERS & CO. ' - Have been favored with iustructions'from W.' , Hull. Esq!. to .Sell by Public-Au...
Canned Horseflesh. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 December 1895
Canned. Horseflesh. It is learned from a Faccorina (Washing ton) despatch of the 24th of April, that 5000 horses have been slaughtered in Eastern Washington and Oregon. The meat is to be canned and shipped to France. An effort will be made to, ship: canned hopseflesh to japan. The horses Aver-ecantracted for at the rate of- five dollars pci-: head, and those not suitable for canning will be treated at the rendering works. There are many horses on the Eastern Washington .'and Oregon ranges ready for a purchaser at' five dollars per head. The idea of selling canne'd...horisc- ' flesh originated in Oregon about a year ago, where a few horses were slaughtered, and their flesh put up in this manner- and shipped to Franco as an expor-imen t. The meat was highly appreciated by the Frenchman, and a large oixlcr was placed for- American cannod horseflesh. A Mr James R. Ralph, who ap pears to bo tho principal man in this new trade departure, says a syndicate of stock raisers and men of capita...
Crown Lands. INTERESTING CASES AT CUE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 December 1895
Crown Lands. INTERE STING OASES AT CUJ5. A couple of cases of particular interest to people occupying Crown lands within the boundaries of municipalities, remarks the ' Muvfthisrm Times ' of November 27. occupied the attention o£ Mr Dowley, R.M., atthc Cue Police Court on Monday morning. The first defendant was Thomas Goodwin, who was charged with being an illegal occupant, on the 13th insi., of Crown reserve No. 2356. Mr Canning, who appeared on behalf of tnc defendant, raised the preliminary objection that the prosecution should have been brought under the Goldfields Act, before Mr Dowley, in his capacity as Warden instead of under Tuo-J}6th Victoria No. 8. This objection. -howeverT~\v.is ..o_verrule:l. Constable Smith deposed that he visited defendant's camp on the 4-th inst., anddclivercd his instructions to ' Mrs Goodwin, who told him they would not remove. He visited the camp again on November 13th, and seeing the camp had not been removed he laid the information. Mr Canning h...
The Ballarat "Millionaire." [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 December 1895
The Ballarat 'Millionaire.' Tho police hayo not yet traced the ' Cool gardie millionaire,' James Cummii;gs, alias August Sutor, who created a stir in the city and town by the accounts of his fabulous wealth. A telegram has been received from the South Australian police, stating that a ' millionaire ' is wanted by the Adelaide detectives on several charges of forgery and uttering. The police so far have no idea how many valueless cheques were circulated, but they do not think that any one person will bo a loser, to a great extent, as the; traveller did not confine himself to one or two hotels, for he visited neariy every hotel of importance in the city and town. The ladies who accompanied him on his driving excursions are naturally very much aunoyed at the facts of the case, and it is har-dly a safe thing to mentiqn in their hearing anything about their ' ar-istocr-atio. acquaintance.' Detective Charles over hauled Cummings' portmanteau at the Royal Hotel, where he put up during his ...
Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 December 1895
Items of News. A complimentary banquet will be tendered to the Mayor, Mr John Wilson, at Quigley's Hotel on Friday evening, December 20th, at 8 p.m., the occasion beins: the eve of his de parture for the eastern colonies. Mr Z. Lane will occupy the chair. Ticket's, may be obtained from -Mr Nethercott.'-; -. :;~ '? The generosity which characterises miners when they ' make, a rise,' was well exempli-^ fied on Thursday, when three prospectors who had successfully disposed of their cla'ini, gave the Chairman of the Hospital Committee (Mr Chas. Cutbush) a nice present in the shape of twelve pounds towards the funds of the' insti- tution. The Government has responded liberally to the request for assistance 'to form 'a fir^ brigade. Yesterday, the -Mayor, Mr John Wilson, received the following telegram from the Premier, the Hon. John Forrest : — ' On my recommendation a sum -of £500 has been granted, to assist the formation of a fire brigade for Kalgoorlie. Please let me know where the mo...
Kalgoorlie Licensing Bench ADJOURNED MEETING. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19. (Before Mr P. Fielding, R.M., and Messrs Thompson and Lane, J.'sP.) KALGOORLIE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 December 1895
Kalgoorlie Licensing Bench ADJOURNED MEETING. Thursday, December 19. (Before Mr P. Fielding, R.M., and Messrs Thompson and Lane, J.'sP.) KALGOORLIE. Frederick Beale made application for a provisional certificate for a house to be erected at -the Boulder. Mr Pilkington appeared for the applicant. The police objected on the ground that the present license was sufficient for the lpcalifcjv_ Refused. John Quigley applied for renewal of general license for a house in Hannaii strc^t, Kalgoorlie. . Mr Pilkington ap peared for the applicant. This case had been adjourned to hear objections from the police. The objections of the police were that the applicant was not a fit and proper person to hold a license, that his house was the resort of men of bad character, and that the building in which he carried on business was in a dilapidated condition. The applicant called evidence to show that he had held a license in Reefton, New Zealand, for nineteen years, and conducted his house in such a man...
Mining Notes. TWO PROMISING SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 December 1895
Mining Notes. (by our miking .reporter.) TWO PROMISING. SHOWS. Mr Harper, managing engineer and at tors ney of the White Feather Main Eeef Co., and general manager of the Robson's Gold Minej Ltd., was in Kalgoorlie yesterday, and fur nished the Miner with some interesting particulars concerning tnose properties, un the White Feather Main Reef, which is situ ated half-a-mile to the south of the Kanowna township, a vertical shaft has been put down 110ft, and at the 110ft, ? crosscutting for the repf has. been commenced. The shaft was sunk 175ffc away from the outcrop- on the surface, and. according to. ^hp cjin of the reef, it is expected that the crosscut will have to be put in about 140ft in order to intercept it. Of that distance 40ft has already been ac complishesl, and work is being pushed on vigorously,' Four imderlav shafts have been put clown to a depth pf 130ft. fallqwing the dip of the reef, and as the pr.oper.ty consists of four 12-acrc blocks, and one of these shafts is on...
WEST AUSTRALIA. CUE, December 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 December 1895
WEST AUSTRALIA. Cub. Decembfr 19. On Wednesday George Mountjoy, aged 38 years, died in the bush 10 miles out of Cue. Pie wandered about for five days without water. At an inquest which was held on the body a verdict was returned that death was caused through excessive heat and want of water. Perth, December 19. It is understood here that the Government have intimated to Mr Edmund Mitchell, representing the Coolgardie Electric Power Supply Company, on what terms they are pre pared to grant permission to the com pany to erect cables along the railway line to Coolgardie for the purpose of supplying electric power to the Southern Cross and Coolgardie dis tricts, the generating station to be near Northam. The Premier presided over a large and enthusiastic meeting in the- Town Hall, when General Booth delivered an address on ' Some of our Social Evils and their Remedy.'. Referring to the General's over-sea scheme, Sir John said he did not give him much hope of obtaining concessions from t...