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THE Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, DEC. 27TH, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 27 December 1895
— 'J.1 II E — Kalgooriie Miner. 1TJBLISHED DAILY. ' FRIDAY, DKC..27Tir, IS'.):.! ( ; '— —— ?? ? ? ??? ?-- ????— — . J Titr question of requiring mining .corii j;}ianic's opcraliny -in 'AVost 'i\ us*lni]j}t 'to | keep offices -in this ? colony, 'is-one^'tlnit needs the earnest, attention' oi'-'the authorities liavini? 'reg.inl .to -the 'Very | extensive lmneraj -' develujnuenU. ' that . | Jiave. taken place in (his part ,of the ! Avorld lately. . The 'delays -'sit'tendaiit on'r | .the. transference of shares \n the c:i-e of coni|)anies lisiving- offices abroad, would; he obviated to a great extent ir all min ing companies -were compelled to'huvt 1 Jocal oniecs but there | \\vouid vL)e,;manv ! other advantages, usiociatcd with the | proposed innoVatioii'Avhieh. should . coh- .' ! -.mend it to all v.lio .Lave the iiireVest of ' ; -Wost Australia at he'srt. J^nt 'it- is not aloni- the residents of .this colony ay1\o would.be favorably affected,' 'as 'the' sug-\ j gested change would' al...
DEATH OF A NIHILIST. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 27 December 1895
DEATFI Ob1 A. JsliU LIST. Stcpnack, -'tho ;\vell-k:i.f\yn^ ^'iiiijist, Ji.is b't-erx k'i Hcd -: through being ffni'over by a railway ti*ain at a level crossing a!- Ghiswiek.' lit unhe.dc'd Iho'eng'ihc's -wiiistle. Stepnialc was tho au hor of -' Underground- Russia,' 'a book deal ing with Nihilistic conspiracies, and rcndero'l himself, notorious _by -his' ? escapades as a member .'of that bo ly.
Telegraphic. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ALLEGED MINE SALTING. ADELAIDE, December 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 27 December 1895
' Telegraphic.' ' SOUTH AUSTRALIA, - - ALLEGED MINE SALT TNG.. -. Adj^.vjd*:, December 25. The hearing was continued of a case. .of alleged mine suiting against William Rodger?- who is charged with having' fraudulently pi-etendccl-^that certain :'stono~ in^the 'Ang'ipena Ti'-oasurc SEine, in the north of the colony, contained gold. i!A! miner' named Soott stated that a « quarrel arose :bstwee:i 'the a'c .ensed andv another.niin'gr namod .Fitz p'atriuk, and t at he heaul the latter s'nj', ' 'You 'and Dcnford are two rogues ? didn't you and Don ford .?iromise ^° Uut--:^R^'}-^if0 tne bank to, :rmy. credit 1 '1'lLblcTw^bn you.' Rogers replied, '* Didn't you, salt, the mine foof Tlic case lias ' been' .adjourned until January 7. ,
Share Market. ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE, December 23. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 27 December 1895
Share* Market. Adelaide stock kxchasge... (73 j Telegraph.) AtiiiL.vnrti, Deoem'Tcr 25. Block to. los -; -» , - ,- Coolgardics, 40s, 40g' Croesus. Us (loldeu Zone, con. Ss. (ri-eat Roii'ilci-, £3 10s 6.1 Lake Vie»v, -17s -*',1 '-'' -' ' K-jefei-' Eureka, con. ps 9d
Cable News. THE VENEZUELA IMBROGLIO. WAR DEPLORED BY PRESIDENT CLEVELAND AND LORD ROSEBERY. ATTITUDE OF THE PARNELLITE PARTY. LONDON, December 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 27 December 1895
Cable. News. THE VEN1-:ZCTELA IMDEOGLTO. .WAR DEPLORED BY PRESI ^ -DENT ? CLEVELAND AND - LORD ROSEBERY. . .1^ ATl'ITUDfi'-OL'1 THE PAENELL-' 1TE PARTY. ,'^-4 - /' - - Losdon, Dqoe-.uber 25'.' ' pAh 'a'nti-English meeting has-been | held sit jpos'acoj1, the capifcaUbf 'Yene -zuolrt'.- ''The enrolment of ???Iht'he males of t!ic country in military scrvico is in progre.-s. ' , ^ ' ' President Glevclaud is' reported to' have deplored war, aiid--to-have Sag-' gosted that an impartial committee to thoroughly enquire in to. the' trouble iii' ?'Y^'Jezuela be appointcl. Loi-i.LRoseLery state3 -that war -between tVo'tmu-h't'y ' nations oxer Venezuela would lo the greatest; crime ever recorded^ '- MrJolm Re.lmoiui/il P*.'. L*ad«r'oT tho Parncliilc- paity, has-cabli}d~fo~Ne\v'' Yorlc that in the event of \v,-ir'fche Irish- will act solidly ^vith Americi. i Th6 r. port oTjLhe''pomnTiittee of Wsiys1 stud Means inteiuls increasing the Vf-vcnu-5 'by 50.000,000 dollars J^ ?Hniposiiig'yely lieavy, d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 27 December 1895
Missing Friends. [Under the above heading advertisements of not more than 1-i words will he jmblishcil at the rale of Is per insertion.] ' ' The friend-; of the following persons' will be o'lsil to hear of information respecting (.hem : — - . ^awi-encc English John JJ:u*vy ??[?-.?'? JlaiTy Walker alias Robins - ? * ? George Knowles . . ' . .' ? ? ~~ F. J. Cox . .f.j ?-- ' ??? ???- '' Peter Brown ,;-,-*-,.. irrederick .Charles Pinkey ? -: ,]j.me3 Burus.! ? ;__? ? t -,_.-.- TCerbsrb Brown Rickaivls . . :. , Thos. Ellis* V ''././,- ;~Z- '*-..»' Thos. Burke' , . , . .r ,,--_' , I,,,--. Charles Johnson '' r_ V. ../V. - + T)r. James Sloukwell |tenry A. Falkenhagp.*
FATAL FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895
FATAL FIRE. . The Star and Garter Hotel at Coromandel and the Theatre buildings have been destroyed by file. Two bodies have been recovered amid the debris, and it is feared that other lives have been lost. The buildings were insured to the amount of £2000, spread over a number of offices.
THE WAR CLOUD. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895
THE WAR CLOUD. Mr S. Clements, better known as Mark Twain, the famous American author, has been interviewed in Mel': 'bourne upon 'the Anglo-American situation He declared that 'until the United States - exhibit particular anxiety fora row in the form of a war 'with England ho will decline to believe ?that the action of President Cleveland was other than an election move. Mark Twain thinks that President Cleveland takes a strained view of the jUonro doctrine in his letter to the Marquis of Salisbury.
The Mayor at Perth. GOOD NEWS FOR KALGOORLIE. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895
The Mayor at Perth. GOOD NEWS FOE KALGOOKLIE. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS GRANTED. Tlic following telegram was last night handed to us by the Town Clerk, Mr A. 'H. 'Bartlctt, from the Mayor of Kalgoorlie, Mr John Wilson : Perth, Friday. The Mayor and Cr. Nethercott have had a lengthy and satisfactory interview with ihe Premier. ? ? ? i ? r ' = :' = ' ? ' Sh? John Forrest stated that he dosired to encourage the formation, of Road Boards throughout the colony. Power will be grantee1 to tax leases under the Aci ^ ' uq i A subsidy wilLW von io the Boarflw;g socm as. formed, out of the grant for public wovks' construction. The Premier has recommended the erection of: a perraaiient hospital, increased accommo-, elation for. ihe Warden.':* Court, and a lock-up £qr the town.. The Minister o£ Mines will immediately send a large supply of necessary forms for the Warden's office. The '? Government . Gazette' of IVo 20th inst., contains a notifi cation of the extension of the Public Health Act to a...