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Address on South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 23 December 1895
Address on South Africa. On Saturday evening M- Frank A. U. \\ Cbton g;lve !lu fKidrCh.s'' on South Africa in J-lie hall of Quigloy's Hotel. There was a wi'So attendance. The geographv mul history °(' the sonuhern porMou of :-;The Dark yontincnt' were dealt with ..at some leiisrlh 'jyllie lecturer, who poinicd out tli.it ACrica was oSOO.iniles from Austyalia,xor about mid - way between this coutiueiifc and the 33ritish i-ilos. and that although it wa.-f considerably larger in extent than Australia, and abrundeil in nalm-al resources, yet only .acomparativcly small jjortion o[ it was occupied by civilized people. The Dutch, Portugese, and Spaniards in the middle ages had voyaged along the coasts of South Africa, -but ifc ? \\ as first civilized by the Dutch, who some centuries ago established a colony there. The country 'prior, (o that had' been- occupied by the grand old Zulu race, a rude but simple people who .;werc_JL-otli .agriculturists .and graziers.- -The speaker then describe...
ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, December 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 23 December 1895
ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE, ^ ?] : .'; ;???' (By Telegraph.) '- :. -..; Adelaide, December 20. , ' Broken Hill ' Proprietary, 55s, 543 Junction, 46s 6d Souths, pro. 16s 3d, 16s 6d Bank of England, con. 4s 4d Brown Hill Junction, 3s 9d, 3s lOJd CroesHs Proprietary, Is lOd, Is Hid Fortune of War, Is 9d Fraser's South, pro. 7s 9d Goldeu Bar, 5s, 4s lOd Great Boulder Norseman, 4s Hd, 4s Id ' Great Coolgardie, 23 Id Hannan's Reward North,- 4s od, 4s 4d Hannan's Eureka, 2s 5d Hannan's Victoria Cross, 2s 4d, 2s 7^1 Ivanhoe, 25s 6d, 28s Iranhoe South Extended. 3s 9d Ivanhoe Junction, Is 6d Island Lake Austin. 4s 9d Kalgoorlie Proprietary, 7s '? iou, ios ',.:?. A Lake View, 50s, 4Ss ': Lady Mary, 6s 3d, Gs 6d ^ :i Mount Charlotte Central, Is 6d.. Maritana Ceutiul, 2s 4d, 2s 5d^ Maritana North, 3s lid, 4s ; Mount Benson, 9s 2d, 9s 4d ' No. 2 North Norseman,- 4s Premier, 10s 9d, 11s 6d ? . Rose and Shamrock, .2s 4£d. ....-.- Itoyal Dane, pro. 6s 6d . Sluor Hill Consolidated, Is yd Tindals, 4s 9d,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 23 December 1895
TZ'AKOAVNA (WHm:I'E,iTHEK) SPORTS --* E W ' Y ]?} A It : S DA Y*. 'January J. 189G. The fol lowing Sports will be, held on the ]iecrc!ilkiii Ground. Kanowna. . ------- _ - - PaI'KOX :' 'Jlic AViij-tlcii (P. Fielding. Ktq.. E.M.) President : ' ? -- '? 'N. W.' Harper, Esq. - ? ? VlCE-1'KESIDEXTS : J. ]'. Fly nn. Esq., T. Creascy, Esq., T. Doyle, . -t..-^ Esq., M.'-DonelJan, Esq.. F. Hutehinson. [?? ? Esq.,.l\ Bailey, Esq., D. Dowdcn. Esq.i .£; B. JKnugh. Esq., 33. .Harris, Esq.. j[ Johu \« '.son; Esq., 6. Sccbeck. Esq.. 0. Futchcr. - ?-.,!?'. , - Ji:dges: - W-.,-Low£S, Esq.. J. Bray, Etq. '' - T' - .? y. ? Haxdicappebs :- . ?Jf;l\ Dwyei-r'Esq.. J. Barry. Esq., ft. Grieve ? - '':?''? ~ Esq. .... - Starter : J. Robertson. Esq. -Timekeeper and 'Referee : ' . ' W. Wyatt. Esq. ??- Clerks of Course : ,11. lye, Esq., G. Pioss, Esq. Committee : . G. ftri?.«, Esq.. J. Robertson. Esq., 11. Ivc. Esq.. H. Hackctt, Esq.. W. 'Wyatt, Esq.! '.W. Ple'ydell. Esq., W.' H. Batho, Esq! ' (chairman). . - S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 23 December 1895
... JL - T- THE ADELAIDE ^Ljgjnre STEAMSHIP COM ? .JHBRBlili1 PANY, LIMITED, Is now running n Weekly Service between the Eastern Colonies and Western Australia. ? . ??: The Steamers employed are : — ??.—Vessel tons Captain , ?%. Si; Map*l©0: (new) 3.5C0 Anthon S.S. WoMiOVfRA. (new) 8,500 Kicol 8iS. Ikkamkcka .. 3,000 Dingle g.g. Apblaidb ... 2.500 I Lockyer B.S. WOLLOWRA, December 28bh. S.S. INNAMINCKA, December 31st. Also a Monthly Service, with S.S. ALBANY, fc» all North- West Ports (under Mail Contract witk the West Australian Government). The Accommodation of these vessels ? is Equal t© that of the Mail Steamers. 3Tu.ll information as to fares, date of ?ailing - &c, on application to PENBERTHY k CO., B&yley-street, Coolgardie. orS. HOPKINS, . . Local Manager, . Fremantle. cjt (? THE HOWARD SMITH ^jBljEIXS line express pas \iiftlHgHBS SENGER STEAMERS. Intending passengers are invited to inspect the splendid accommodation of these fine steamers, -which are the larg...
THE Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, DEC, 23RD, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 23 December 1895
— T HE — Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY/ MONDAY, DEC. 23BD1.a895. 'A little excitement was caused locally a few days ago, when it was announced that the town site of Kalgoorlie had been pegged out in four 15-acre blocks, by Mr James Duhsmure,Svho had posted notices ot ins intention to apply ior the areas under the Gold Mine^Reg'ulutiohs. At the time, it was remarked, in. the Kal goorlie Mixes, that though the actiiig 'Warden, Mr Percy Fielding, did not think the applicant had any chance of obtaining the leases, the matter depend ed on the interpretation of certain clauses in the Goldiiekls Act 18,95, which Act comes into force on January 1st; 1896.. It is without doubt a matter for deep i congratulation that not only the sur rounding hills are rich in auriferous .de posits, but that the townsite- itself — a' spot selected for the townsite partly because of its unlikely appearance,, as compared with the surrounding district as a gold-mining area — should be deemed worthy of exploi...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 23 December 1895
MAIL NOTICES. Mails icv t'he tfnfcc^ Junydom. Europe, &c, will close oil -'I'uesflay. ^ec^-iber 24th. JW Kanowna, on Tu^days, Thm^lays,: and Saturdays, at 2 p.m. lor I..O.JJ, .and Kurnalpi on Thursdays at 9 D.ra. The Post Office is open for ilia delivery of letter*! and new.^papcrs daily, fym}} 9 a.m. to 3 p.ui. '. and on Thursdays and ^n-turciays extm delivery twin 7 lQ S o'clock p. in. Delivery by letter e&i'ricr & ^.a..m. ]2 noon, and 4.30 p.m. Inward mails arrive J'rom Perth, Cooigaiv die, etc., at 11.30 a.m. Delivery by letter carrier as soon as possible afterwards. Outward mails for Perth. Coolgardie, etc.. will close at 3.1.') p.m. Late letters will be receSr^d up to 3.45 p.m.'; late fee 2cl, Regis tered letters ,i.aa# bp posted up to 2.1o p.m. Money orders obfalneti j^fOf^ 2 I?,nj= will ' jgo, fonvard by outgoing' maif-J.1'''' ' ? ' ' ' ' J
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 24 December 1895
NO 1M O F3 E N 1 N C. TO BE DISPOSED OF IN THE SHORTEST POSSIBLE SPACE OF TIME. 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 Fknnellette SHIRTS af 2s. Gd.,Mvoith 5s. 6d. ' - 50 Dozen Men's Large Size 'Working FLANNELS at 2s. 6d. SO Dozen Men's Silk TIES at 4d. Each 30- Dozen Men's Felt HATS at 2s. 6d., worth 6s. Gd'. - 100 Dozen Men's SINGLETS and DRAWERS from 'is. lid. Each 120 Dozea SILK HANDKERCHIEFS at M. Each , 50 Dozen Bundle HANDKERCHIEFS at 6d. Each 55 Dozen Men's CAPSj for Evening Wear, to be. sold at Gd. Each . 20 Dozen Silk Striped SHIRTS at is. Gd., worth 10s. 6d. - 50 Dozen Large Size TURKISH TOWELS at 9d. Each, usual price Is. Gd. - - - -100 Dozen While Linen HANDKERCHIEFS at 2d. Each - . . -70 Dozen- PY JAMA S...
VICTORIA. THE CHAMPION CYCLIST DEFEATED TWICE. MELBOURNE, December 23. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 24 December 1895
VICTORIA. THE CHAMPION CYCLIST DEFEATED TWICE. Melbourne, December 23. Zimmerman, the world's-renowned cyclist, was twice defeated on the Exhibition track on Saturday night. In both the events the distance was one mile, -vyhich Zimmerman likes best of all distances. Zimmerman himself admitted he is in his best form and health. Pither, now of Victoria, who originally came from New Zealand, made a grand spurt in the One Mile Invitation Scratch, and beat Zimmer man by two yards. The One Mile International Scratch saw another magnificent finish, Don. Walker, of Victoria, defeating Zimmerman by about six inches. A large and en thusiastic crowd was present. Zim merman says he was not used to the track, and perhaps riding by electric light interfered with him.
Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 24 December 1895
Items of News. Mr T. F. Bi-image left for Perth yesterday lor a much needed holiday. He expects to be away about a fortnight. - To-morrow, being Christmas Bay, there will be no issue of the Miner, so that the employees may receive a holiday The Kalgurli Stock Exchange will re-open tor business on Monday, January 6. The time of meeting has been fixed for 12 noon. At a meeting of teamsters held yesterday at Woolgaugie, it was decided that after lliursday next cartage should be £22 per ton to Kalgoorlie. The practice is becoming common amon' cyclists in Kalgoorlie to ride upon the foot' paths. This is very dangerous, and should oe discountenanced by the authorities. Yesterday the Eev Clayton Eobinson arrived at Kalgoorlic to undertake the duties ot resident Anglican clergyman. Services will be held on Christmas Day in the new btock Exchange, at the back of the Sema phore Chambers, as elsewhere advertised. The following are the names of the pas sengers who arrived at, or departed from, ...
SHIPPING DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 24 December 1895
SHIPPING DISASTER. A most violent gale is now raging at Newcastle. Two vessels had a narrow escape to-day. When entering port they were nearly driven ashore. Great fears are entertained for the safety of coastal vessels. It has been reported that a barque from Arno bay to Newcastle, has gone ashore. It is believed that the crew have been safely landed.
Bardoc News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 24 December 1895
Bandog News; ; : (,1-TtOM A COKItESPOXDEXT.) ' 6ince my last letter* the Royal Mint and: the Mount Pleasant, owned by Fer guson and party, iiaW /bbea placed under offei: to-a wealtliylEngiish : syndicate for a satisfactory- figure,; as. 'has also the Mount Grwynne, owned by O'Driscpll and Delaney. ? ; :. j: '?: hae iSgrtijL:;Bai;doc, 2^acres? qw-ned by Bridge and par%,; ?i&x:situated ; on the well-knowa -ExcelsiorHiiie and is now ^ing.W9Fked ^y ^ the piiwl^; owners who ' have^pufc' down 'a; 'shaft ^bout eight feet and are now driving. to the . ea.st to cut the reef, and whiatis: knowii locally as the Blue Bar, which has besn proved for a cdnsiderable distance to be payable. '-- ]V£r Bridge inforins me; that ia the drive he _, ha§ .; ? encouutei/ed^ :a ;; good- formation carrying' yery iiie£ gol|; ;[ . ; .; //:, '. ' Qij. the Marguis,- -a'1 12-acre ; block ?; situated: a' fib&Q xJ$&$y tlf e;^ ]|x;celsior ! ime, gowned by ^^er^i^^p^i^; wiork; ; has also :bo# ;r...
Golden West Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 24 December 1895
Golden West Australia. London « Truth,' of Nov. 14, writes : ?J °r ™e tlme being, the slump in the iiafnr Circus and the Eastern scare have been too much for the West Australian department, although it is difficult to see what it has to rlo ivit.li AifTmv th ? ? rrom the goldfields is as good as ever, and gradually new mines are falling into line as producers. By January next, some of the most promising companies formed in London will have their bat teries erected, and I should be surprised if splendid crushings were not to come to hand in many instances. In the meantime, holders of shares in promising mining companies cannot do better than to hold. This applies, amongst other substantial properties, to the Black Flag Proprietary, Golden Cement, Burbank's Birthday Gift, Golden Crown, Dixie Gold, Wealth of Nations, Paddington Consols, and Great Boulder Main Eeef. .Neither do I think that holders of well established and ably managed Exploring and Finance Companies have anything to fea...
AUSTRALASIAN POSTAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 24 December 1895
AUSTRALASIAN POSTAL AFFAIRS. It is doubtful whether Mr Ward can leave the colony to attend the con ference of Australian Postmasters General to discuss the instructions to be given to the delegate attending the London conference to consider* the Pacific cable question. The Premier, Mr Reid, has informed Mr Ward that ifc would be impossible for Australian Postmasters-General to go to New Zealand, as desired by Mr Ward.