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THE VENEZUELA IMBROGLIO. UNITED STATES COMMISSION OF ENQUIRY APPOINTED. PROPOSED HEAVY EXPENDITURE ON ARMAMENTS. PRESS OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 December 1895

THE-YENEZUELA IMBROGLIO. UNITED STATES COMMISSION OF ENQUIRY APPOINTED. PROPOSED HEAVY EXPENDI NG TORE ON ARMAMENTS. PRESS OPINIONS. The United States House of Repre sentatives, amidst cheering and -without debate, unanimously voted a sum of 100,000 dollars for the purpose of meeting the cost of a Commission of Inquiry into the Venezuela question ana ussng uie uuuuuaij ui. unwou Ouians and Venezuela. The Chief American Jurists are opposed to Presi dent Cleveland's interpretation of the Munroe Doctrine. In the Senate Mr Chandler, who is well-knosvn for bis Jingoistic proclivities, asked for leave to bring in a bill providing for the expenditara of 100,000,000 dollars in armaments. The matter has 'been referred to the Committee for Military Affairs. The ' New York World,' referring to President Cleveland's message, declares that the President perpetrated a grave blunder in raising a Jingo hullaballoo without cause. The ' new -York Herald ' expresses the hope -that the grave issue whic...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Miner
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THE WAR IN ABYSSINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 December 1895

? THE WAR IN ABYSSINIA. The Italian Premier has asked Par liament for a vote of £800,000 to prosecute the campagne in Abyssinia.

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Telegraphic. NEW SOUTH WALES. AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION. SYDNEY, December 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 December 1895

Telegraphic. NEW SOUTH WALES. AUSTRALIAN' FEDERATION. S ydkey, December 2.0. The Federation Enabling Bill has passed through Parliament, the As sembly abandoning the payment clause on the assurance of the Premier that the delegates would be paid, notwith standing the Executive warrant.

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The Black Flag Find. PREVIOUS REPORT CONFIRMED. COOLGARDIE, Dec. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 December 1895

pie Black Mag Find. PREVIOUS REP-ORT 'CONFIRMED, [By Telegraph.] COOLGARDIE, Dec. 20.' The extraordinarily rich find in the Devon Consols mine has been confirmed, by a gentle; inan just- in. from the Blacik Flag, and w'hq:se ? - * ' \yord is undented. He states tb^t a big nugget was found the other day on the Devon Consols, weighing over 30Qoi5, and being nearly all pure gold with. b«»~ i. .i ?? ?-? - ,.^ue quartz at laciieti. m shape it was rather flat, and is ?????' described as being a very handsome slug. It ?yyas. obtained from a rich leader which branched |r,om the main Iqcte. The' prospec iors followed the 'leader :fdr : some 'distance to Vhere it pinched out, but before doing s.o the' iiuggetwas met with. A number, of other. lpieC3S were obtained, amounting altpjj.GtliQf to about £2000 v,Tc.r4;h qf ' sp.e.c.iu\e.iis. ^hese. are 'now hi 'one. pi! pije banks hi Coolgard^e, biit will, not be exliibited until early i\§$ :montfi. The inajnv r.ee':S j3 .Vbout e]gf}t feet i }yide, $...

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RISE IN FREIGHTS. COOLGARDIE, December 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 December 1895

RISE IN FREIGHTS. Coolgardie, December 20. Serious trouble is looming ahead owing !to the' scarcity of teams to cope with the enormous quantity of material arriving at the head qf the railway. Freight is reported $q have rjsen'to Jsi4xper !^oii' for th,e forty miles, a,nd unless fresh toains arrive soon the price is likely to go nnioli higher.

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THE COOLGARDIE FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 December 1895

THE COOLGARDIE FIRE BRIGADE. The Premier has wired Jfhe ^layqr int\tnati«g that th'& tjoveniinent* h^d agreed to grant $50Q \,q the fire brigade, . .

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THE Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, DEC. 21ST, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 December 1895

— T IE E — Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, DEC. 21st, 1895. A somewhat serious aspect has been given to the comparatively trifling differ ence that exists between .Venezuela and Great Britain over the limitation's of the boundary of British Guiana, by the evi dent determination of the United States to uphold the doctrine enunciated in 1828, by the then President, James Mnnroe, in his- celebrated- message to Congress, in which, he ' asserted that the Luvited States would not permit any European Power to -interfere with the concerns of any independent state of North or South America. No authority of any kind was ' given -to the United States to take these independent, states - under its protection, and it would be just as reasonable for Uncle Sam to declare his intention of guarding the interests of any other nation, or group of nations, in the world. The United States might often with advantage haAre interfered in the internal management of the affairs of South American ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 December 1895

' ' T\ -HE ADELAIDE STEAM SH II X COMPANY, LIMITED, : Is »ow running a Weekly Service between Hie Eastern Colonies and Western : Australia. : The Steamers employed are :— : Veesol . tons Captain S.S. Marloo (new) 3,5G0 Anthon ; S.S. WollowiU. (new) 3,500 Nicol - S.S. Innamincka .. 3,000 Dingle S.S, Apblaide ... ' 2,500 Lockyer ?S.S. WOLLOWRA, December 28th. S.S; INNAMINCKA, DecembeivSlst, - Also & Monthly Service, with S.S. ALBANY ?*? all North- WeBfc Ports (under Mail Contract with the West Australian Government). Tho Accommodation of these vessels is Equal t© that of the Mail Steamers. Full information as to fares, date 6i sailing, &c, on application to PENBERTHY & CO., Bayley-street, ' ' ' Coolgardie. or S.HOPKINS, ' ' '' ' Local Manager, ?Fremantle. ' rpHE ' HOWARD SMITH LINE EXPRESS PASSENGER STEAMERS. Intending passengers are invited to inspect the splendid accommodation of thoso fiae gtoam«rs, which are the largest, and most sumptuous eagaged in the in...

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Kalgoorlie Municipal Council. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 December 1895

Kaigoorlie Municipal Council. ' ??'? ''' ' SPECIAL MEETING. On Friday morning a special meeting of the -Council was called for the purpose of fixing the ivates for the ensuing year. The following were present : — The Mayor (Mr John Wilson), and Crs Nethercott and Waldock. The Town Clerk reported that the assess ment of ratable property in Kalgoorlie had been completed by the valuators, Messrs Biddlc- and Hawkins, and that the total valuation amounted to £22,235. This, at Is Gd in the pound, would produce £1,G68 15s per annum general rate, and £278 2s 6d health rate. The public works considered by the Council during the ensuing twelve, months, he estimated, would cost at. least i £5000. and the liabilities of the Council were at -this time about £600. ; }--' -:: ?' ?.'??. ;; ;-v ,.-??' After, some discussion, it . was, decided* pn. the motion of Cr Waldock seconded -by: Cr Nethercott,' That a general rate of Is 6d in' the poimcl and a health rate of 3d inthe pound be struck.' . . : ....

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Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 December 1895

Items of News. ?Mt John Wilson, sem\, father of the Mayor, Mr John Wilson, junr., left for the eastern colonies on Friday. The following are the names of the pas sengers who arrived at or departed from Kal goorlie on Friday :— Arrivals ; Mrs M'Mahon, and Messrs Bead, Bloom, Armstrong, Wylie, Brerman, Weston and Jevons, Departures ? Miss O'Leary, Mrs Ward Messrs J. Wilson, Pilkington, and Boershohm. The benefit of the duplex telegraph wire is already beginning^ to be felt. The staff of operators is now larger than some time ago, and wires when handed in are des patched immediately. The telegraph line to Menzies is now open, and telegrams have been sent to that locality in the brief space of a quarter of an hom\ Mr Frank A. H. Weston, who has been before the Australian public as a lecturer for 32 years, and is known as the Wizard Oil Prince, gave a varied entertainment on Friday evening in the dining-room of the Exchange Hotel. A large number of people listened to Mr Weston's banjo so...

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A VESSEL WRECKED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 December 1895

A VESSEL WRECKED. The ship Visible has been wrecked on the South Dungeness reef. There is no, sign of the crew.

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QUEENSLAND. A TICK PLAGUE BRISBANE, December 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 December 1895

QUEENSLAND. '??- ^V PGK PLAGUE. Brisba^jP, December 20. A serious #gk p]agup is, raging at prpspnt in panfcs of this colony. q?he ticlss have eygn a.tfcaclsed ttje k^RgarQes an4 waljalaies.

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WEST AUSTRALIA. REMARKABLE DROWNING CASE. PERTH, December 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 December 1895

WEST AUSTRALIA. REMARKABLE DRQW^I^ CASE. ' ' : Perth, December 20. A i?einai?kab.te gase. of drowning was reported to the poljce this mftrnfng as having occurred at Canning River. The victim was a young man named Arthur Johnston, who was employed in the brick-yard at Canning. He was engaged with two other men on a lorded lighter, attached to which was a small dingy. By some means the dingy broke a\yay, and the lighter started to drift. Johnston volunteered to leap overboard and swim after the dingy, divesting himself of his clothing and suiting the action to the word. His mates on the lighter watched him approach the dingy, but on arriving witnihlva couple 6f yaixls of it they heard him make a loud exclamation, immediately after ^yhiqh he sank. They went to his assistance/ but he was' not seen again. His extraordinary disap pearance from the surface of the water was linA.p.nminta.hin. ft.ml his moto» *---? - ? , ? ~o aur mise that he was either seized with cramps or attacked by a §?...

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THE DEAN CONSPIRACY CASE STARTLING CHARGE AGAINST THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL. ALLEGED OFFER BY MEAGHER TO TURN INFORMER. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 December 1895

THE DEAN CONSPIRACY CASE STARTLING- CHAEGE AGAINST THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL. ALLEGED OFFER BY.MEAGHER TO TURN INFORMER. Mr Crick made a long statement in the Assembly yesterday, asserting that the Attorney-General, Mr Want, attempted to drag him into the gutter when he knew he was innocent. He called Messrs Want and Heydon a nair of ruffians, and said Mr Want cohabited with a woman named Reid, and was discovered by her husband. To hush up the scandal, Mr Want gave her an order for £2000. To compel Mr Want to honor this order, Mrs Reid had to take action, and he (Mr Crick) was helping her when he was arrested. In the Council, Mr Want, in reply, said the allegation of Mr Crick was one 'of the most wicked lies ever uttered. It was a despicable charge against a woman. Mr Want quoted a letter signed by Meagher, and written by Mr Crick, offering to make the fullest reparation in his power to prevent a miscarriage of justice, and promising to give evidence against Dean uncon ditionally. Mr Wan...

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VICTORIA. UNLIGHTED WHARVES. MELBOURNE, December 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 December 1895

VICTORIA. UNLIGHTED WHARVES. Melbourne, December 20. At an inquest held on the body of Andrew Childs, a passenger by the ship Loch Lomond, who walked over Queen's Wharf ami was drowned, the jury expressed strong condemnation of the negligence of the authorities in allowing the wharves to remain un lighted at night.

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EXPLOSION AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 December 1895

EXPLOSION AT SEA. A terrible disaster has happened to the German ship Athena off Cape ^?]^ayr-wliere a terrific explosion took 'Jplaeef jon., hoard the vessel, which was laden with Naphtha. Fourteen deaths resulted.

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Share Market. FRIDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) Adelaide, December 20, 10.48 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 December 1895

; Share Market. ' FRIDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (by urgent wire.) Adelaide, December 20, 10.48 a.m. Lake' View, 46s Cd, 49s Premier, buyers 10s 6cl Boulders, £5 15s Coolgardies, 39s, 40s ?Maritana Central, 2s od : Golden Zone, pro. seller 10s ' Maritana North, Ss 9.1, 3s lid Brown Hill Junction, 3s :7d, 3s 9d Three Colonies, seller 6s Gd Kalgoorlie Proprietary, 7s Railways, 4s Haunau's Victoria Cross, 2s 3d, 2s 6d Boulder North Extended, Is, lid. Block 4§; sellers 16s Lady Mary, (Is M Royal Mint, coij. buyer 13s 3d . I vauhoe -Junction, Is 61, 'is 9.1 -- .';, Kirkpatrick's Mount Benson, 6s 4d, 6s 10il

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Mining Notes. SALE OF THE GOLDEN CREST. COOLGARDIE, December 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 December 1895

;??' Mining Notes. SALE OF IHE GOLDEN CREST. [Bt Telegraph.] Coolgakdie, December 20. The purchase,''' of the Golden Crest Mine, north of Coolgardie, has been coninletecT, and £5000 is being divided am.qngst thq ow-fter-s.

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ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph) ADELAIDE, December 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 December 1895

ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. 0 {By -^.elegi-aph.) . 'Adel.vidk, December If). - ., Great Boulder, £3 19s,. £5 15s ' Brown Hill Junt'tion; 3d 0d,'3a'8iT Boulder North Extended, lid. 10UI Boulder Consolidated , 'Is 7d Croesus Proprietary, 9s, 9s Od ; Croesus Extendcl, '2s 7d Coolgardies, 39s 6d, 39s 3d Erl King, 3s 7d Golden Bar, 3s JLOcl Golden Zone, c6ni*7s 9,(1, 7s 8d , Hannans Eure'ka, 2s' 6 id ' ! jHanrians Victoria Cross, 2s Gd, 2s Scl, 2s Han nan's Premier, Is, lid Ivan hoe South Extended, 3s 7d. 3s Sd Ivanhoe function, Is 7d ' ICirk patiick's Mount 'Benson, con., 6a 9d tpn4©i4:3ri:y\p6ri?p]^ Tji G4, Is'fil'' '* !i Mb-untGhaVlolbte'C'bntriil,'-!* fji -:{ Maritana-€eninvl;2s'-5cly2s4'Jii ?? Maritana North, 3s 94. Mount Benson, 9s 2d: , ?..?:'; B.o,va! Mint, con. 13s 3d \,,4-- Jioyot JQane,' pp. fis^d/con, is tQd . ' -V Reefer's 'iijui-clca, con. Ss'j'O'a t-- ' ' ' :':. SouthernBoulderi'ls 7/cl, !ls'G.d ' : Tiiidals, 5s ' '?'? ' ???'?» ' Three Colonies, 6s. Gd, 6s '-d Pnijt.ed 'Scotc...

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Kalgoorlie Police Court. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20. (Before Mr P. Fielding, R.M.) ALLEGED UNLAWFUL DETENTION OF PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 December 1895

Kalgoorlie Police Court. Friday, December 20. (Before Mr P. Fielding, R.M.) ALLEGED UNLAWFUL DETENTION OF PROPERTY. James Foster was charged with having, at Kalgoorlie, on December 11, illegally detained a certain document dated December 11, which the said John Foster declined to rejtucn to Thomas Waltei-s when requested to do so. Thomas Walters, nn'tier, residing at Kalr goorlie, said that on 11th mst., p oster came to his camp. He said he was reporting on witness's claim, to send tq Adelaide. He showed witness a telegram he was sending to say ihat the priGG was not too dear. He asked witness the price. The latter told him he knew it, whereupon accused asked him to write it down, and witness replied that he had sent full particulars a month ago. Witness then wrote it down, giving the numbers of his leases, in the memorandum called ' claims,' and signed his name to it. Handed the B&pej; tq ITcsj;ej: to pad, A day or two later asked for-' the na'pei;, giving h'ihr notice (cop...

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