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"That Wretched Sultan." A GLIMPSE INSIDE HIS COURT AND HAREM. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895

' That Wretched Sultan.' A GLIMPSE INSIDE HIS COUBT AND HAEEM. - Anything about 'that wretched Sul tan ' is of interest just now, and an article under the above heading in the Novem ber number of the ' Fortnightly Eeview' will therefore attract considerable atten tion. Mr. Richard Davey, the author. assures the reader that his information is ' authoritative ' — which is more, no doubt, than can be said of most of the gossip on the, subject which is retailed to passing travellers. Not the least important functionaries in the Sultan's household are the cooks : '?The male and female population of Yildie cannot be less than 6000 persons, 'all fed at the Sultan's expense. One of the most amusing features of a, visit to such portions of the palace as straoageirs are allowed to see, is the procession of meals going from the kitchens to the various apartments. Each meal is en closed in an enormous wheel-shaped box, divided into compartments, and covered with a piece of black calico tied ove...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUGGY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895

BUGGY ACCIDENT. Miss Quale, sister-in-law of Mr A. C. Quale, the well-known draper of Broken Hill, has been thrown from-her buggy. Apart from the shock and lesser injuries, both the unfortunate, lady's kneecaps were fractured. - ,

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Miner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895

?? vSjv Hjdwapd Clark, the noted English barrister, is so democratic in appearance, that when he addressed a working-man's club recently, where he was unknown, people remarked on the great intelligence the speaker showed for a laboring man, :

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Miner
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EXTRAORDINARY SCENES IN THEATRES. A MANAGER'S OFFICE RUSHED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895

EXTRAORDINARY SCENES IN . THEATRES. A MANAGER'S OFFICE _ RUSHED. On Boxing Night the theatres -of Melbourne were all densely packed throughout the various performances. Tiie audience at St. George's Hall gave the management considerable trouble. They expressed themselves as not, satis fied with the performance, and de manded their money back. A rush was made for the manager's office, and he was having a bad time of it when the police arrived. The crowd then smashed the furniture, and were play ing havoc with things generally when additional police were called in and eventual^ cleared the building. A man named Chas. Smith fell from the gallery of Her Majesty's Theatre into the stalls. He struck the iron backs of some chairs and sustained fearful injuries, from which his re covery is improbable. Two persons who were seated beneath were slightly injured. ......

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895

MAIL NOTICES. jror Kanowna, on Tuesday a. Thursdays and gaiuidays, a-. '2 p.m. lor J.O.[j, mv) fci-rmilpi on Thursdays at 9 p.m. j The Vo--i Office is open for the delivery of j .letters and new-papeis daily, from 9 'a.m. to 5 p.m. : fltul on Thursrl.ij-B and Saturdays extra, delivery from 7 Io S o'clock p,m. Delivery by letter carrier at i) a.m. 12 noon, and 4 .'20 p.m. Inward mails arrive from Perth, Coolgar die, etc., tit ll.S0n.rn. Delivery by letter earner as scon as possible afterwards. lOntvviird mails for Perth. Coolgardie, etc.. will cfofts .?.t 3.] 5 p.m. Late letters will be received up to 3.46 {i,;r\ '} late fee 2d. Regis tered let t cis may be pasted at- to 5- J-'- J?m Money orders obtained bifore 2 p.m. will, go forward by outgoing mail?. Savjxgs Basx — V»iu f-u/Lifp P £. m, -o 4 p.m. Satiiulays 9 a.^ij. lg I p.in. Open Saturday ercniiigs'0oi'de};/}&it only) 7 to 8. ' ' : J. II. Lkaoh, Aetiiijr P.M.

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VICTORIA. ASSAULTING A CHINAMAN. MELBOURNE, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895

VICTORIA. ASSAULTING A CHINAMAN. Melbourne, December 27. A Chinaman who was attacked by a youth' ''defended himself with a stick, and struck the youth on the head with such force that it is feared his skull is fractured. ? The _ Chinaman has been arrested on a charge of feloniously wounding. He wrested the stick from his assailant.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895

A MEEKY CHRISTMAS AND A happy new-year. . ?_. ;?? ''jHOCKING and Co., '? 'Kalgoorlie Miner' Office Would if mind the Public of .Kulgoorlie and the Surrounding District that the Gay and Festiro Season is close at hand, and that they 'Iuive'jugt - reect-ircd direct from England, a - ' '*'' .-': ' ? ? - . LARGE SHIPMENT OF CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR CARDS. TOE BEST SELECTION TO BE SEEN OUTSIDE OF PERTH. - ^Christmas Gartis for tin© ©Siildrgsi, ; HQhrisisnas Sards for the Old Fniiis at H@me | : Hjforisiiiias Cards for E¥@r^©iag,, , ? ? These are all in the Very Latest Designs in Booklets, Ivorine, Australian Flowers, Australian .- Scenery, and .'Views of the West Australian Goldfields. j Our. Customers will find it to their advaniage to make an Early Inspection,. I *ud thus secure the Choicest ami Prettiest Cards. MVXJCIPALI1Y OF KALG00KL1B. Town Clerk's Office. Kalgoorlie. ? ^ ? ._ 27lb December. 1895. THE ' JlUXICirAJi ISf-3.Xi'iri±o^..r-Aev^l805r' IX accoidance with the Tuuns find J'ro v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895

t r THE ADELAIDE '^LLjgfts STEAMSHIP COM iflHSfiili^ PANY, LIMITED, Is now running a Weekly Service between the Eastern Colonies and Western Australia. The Steamers empleycd ar« : — Vessel tons Captain S.S. Marlso (new) 3,5C0 Allen S.S. WetLOWRA (new) 3,500 Nicol S.S. IifKAMiNeKA .. 3,090 Anthon S.S. Adelaide ... 2,500 Lockyer S.S. WOLLOWRA, about December 28fch. S.S. INNAMINCKA, about Dec. 31st. S.S. BULLAB A, about January 4th, JUao a Monthly Service, with S.S. ALBANY, t« all North- West Ports (and or Mail Contract with tke Wost Australian Govornmcat). The AooaEaiaodation of these vessels is Sfual t» that of the Mail Steamers. Yk\\ information as to fares, data «f jailing, *e-- on application to PENBERTHT k CO,, ; Bft.ylay-atr««fc, C»elgar«U«. Or ADELAIDE S.S. CO., Ltd. ? FreaaantU. r j- THE HOWARD SMITH i^l^zftsC LINE SXF^ISS PAS JHBHiBK 8ENGER STBAUBRS. Intanding passengers are invited to inspect tke splendid accommodation of these fine ?te&mers, which are the largest an...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Miner
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Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895

Items of News. The next Warden's Court, will be held on or about the 21st proximo, The gold escort arrived at Kalgoorlie on Boxing Day, and left for Perth yesterday. ? The reservations of sites for a Miners In stitute al Kanovrnsi. and a AYe-slcyan Chuvch at Kumalpi arc gaze lied. Mr Slade Forbes has been gazetted Regis trar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages, for the registry district, ot East Coolgardie. Services in connection with fche Church of, England will be conducted to-morrow by the Jlev Clayton Jiolnnson. al Qx,4gley's IJall at ll' iii ihe'mbinhig'ancl at 7 ill tho evening. A return cricket match between Kalgoorlie and the Coolgardie Banks will be played on the ground of the latter this afternoon. The locals will leave here this morning at about 6'Vclock. 'We have receJYQc}. from llr EsgcI. Knowics, tlje sum1 oil M'lSs Gd, in. aid of the E-nlgoorlic Hospital, being' tho result of the collections taken up by the Moonta Carol Singers on Christmas Eve. Messrs Wilkie Bros, have ...

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THE Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, DEC. 28TH, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895

Kalgoorlie Miner, TMJBLISHED DAILY, -SATCKL)AY. DEC. 28th, 1895. Ri-x'EXT iolosvraitij' h'md ^-'w Sontli AValos stmioiiiicocl tliat the ruayAtf pi ilio uKiiilwrs of Psirlwmcnt for thai colony ni'o cli-posc-fl i-- allow an numiity io tlnit famous- poi'itiofij veteran, Sir Hcurv Paj-kt-s. The kloa uppoaj'S io be urff-uiftl.il- to Sir Henrv Parkc?, »»«l if carriul oui will, of courr-C be accom 3*iii-(l 1'Y final retirement from the stage *:'of ihvI&v HiV on wliich he played sn pro -iiiincnt a pat:t, h,h,a l:f^h.i. so many hard .battles during the' JWf- faiti /-«jVwry. . | Opunoiis regarding the. work and | character of the Grand Old Man of the Mother. Colony,, as he is designated by some, vary considerably, but all must, admit that he lias been one of the most important figures in Australian affairs, and that he has left the impress of his labors on the -affairs, of the ' continent In many respects -Sir Henry' is' an ex traordinary personage;. . His ' political career presents ...

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PORT ADELAIDE RACES. ADELAIDE, December 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895

POUT ADELAIDE EACES. Adelaide, December 20. ? The' Port Adelaide races to-day were well attended. The following are the results : — POHT ADELAIDE STAKES. W. Mallen's Progress, Syrs ... 1 IIUEDLES. ? A. 11. Addison's Arctic. Syrs ... 1 ... CHBISTaiAS-HANDIQAP.* '. ?- -? ?\y.: Siicahaii's Trout, oyrs. - ... 1.. WOODVILLE HAKDICAP. J. H. Pearce's Bernice, 8yvs ... 1 . FLYING STAKES. A'. El Press' Cigarette, oyrs ..'.'!' STEEPLECHASE. J . Iviiines' The Speaker, aged ... 1

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SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895

SUDDEN DEATH. Mr Schlinck, the well-known squatter and shipowner, who has been associated prominently with the westward line between Port Adelaide and Esperance Bay, died suddenly to-day.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895

Missing Friends. [Under the above heading advertisements of not more than 14 words will be published *t the rate of Is per insertion.] The friends of the following persons will be glad to hear of information respecting them : — Lawrence English John Barry Harry Walker alias Robins George Snowies F. J. Cox Pet&r Brown Frederick Charles Pinkey - ..-- James Burns ?'-'- -'?''?' - Herbert Brown Rickards Thos. Ellis Thos. Burke Charles Johnson Dr. James Stockwell Henry A. Falkenhagen GH U R C H ? . O F ENGLAND, KALGOORLIE. The REV. CLAYTON ROBINSON will TO-MORROW hold SERVICES at QUIG LEY'S HALL, at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. TXANNAN'S HOSPITAL. WANTED — LAUNDRESS and GENERAL SERVANT for Hannan's Hospital. Apply by letter. R. G. C. SHAW, Secretary Hannan's Hospital. THE MOUNT GERTRUDE C4OLD MINING SYNDICATE, No Liability. AN EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING of Shareholders in the Syndicate will be held at the Denver City Hotel, Coolgardie, on January 6 th, 1896. at 8 o'clock. Business — To E...

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A FATAL KICK. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895

A FATAL KICK. ' A child, six years old, was kicked by a horse at Port Victor, and. sus tained a fractured skull. The injuries resulted in death.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895

-? '? J 'I f'.t '??-?:'. .: ;:--.- ^ ? ? . .- ?? .,:. ^ ':''.' A /: '.:?'.'.. ;l '' r' .'' 'I' - ' . ' NOW © R E N I M G. ? . . ? TO BE DISPOSED OF IN THE SHORTEST POSSIBLE SPACE OF TIME. -^ .??-.'.? i ..;?...??..'? ''. Therefore itsmust 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 r 150 Dozen Um't Merino and Cotton SOCKS at 3d. per Pair ISO Doz«r Men's Knitted SINGLETS at Is. Each 100 Doz«i Men's Fl*nndl«tt« SHIRTS at 2s. 6d., Troitli 5«. id. ' ' : ' ? ? '- . ? ',' 50 Dozen Men's Large Siz* Working FLANNELS at 2s. 6d. ' ' . - ' . ' f'*' «0 Dozea Mwi's Silk TIES at 4d. Each ,.??.*? ? . 30 Dozen Men's Felt HATS at 2s. Sd., -north 6s. 6d. - ''.''. ? 1 00; Dozen Men'« SINGLETS and DBA WEBS from li. lid. :laek' . ' .. .'?' J50 Dozen SILK HANDKERCHIEFS at M, Each l ./ *0 Dozen Bundle HANDKSRCHIEFS at 6d. Each -' ' ' ' ' ' id Djz'ew Meri CAPS, for Erening Wear, to b« lo...

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A MAN OF WAR IN DANGER. NARROW ESCAPE [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895

A MAN OF WAR IN DANGER'. NARROW ESCAPE.. „ ^ .__ H.M.S. Rupert; when-- voyaging to Gibralter, -met with rDughwealhcr ancl shipped enormous ''seas. '' There was a defect in the turret /laps, and the stokers were knrc den in water. The pumps got choked with coal dust. The vessel was knocked about consider ably, and had a narrow escape from catching fire. Fifteen tons of gear, guns, mountings and other matei-ial were washed overboard. The crew failed in their endeavors to effect icpairs, and had to return to Ply mouth totally disabled. The Raperfc had been recently re-fitted, and the voyage to Gibraltar was an experimen tal cruise. It was in the Bay of Biscay that she had her roughest experience, encountering there a cyclonic gale. It was only by the most strenuous exer tions that the fire was got under. Her officers consider that at one time she was in imminent danger of foundering, so tremendous were the billows.

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THE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895

THE SHARE MARKET. The latest quotations for Mount Morgans, 38s 9d ; British, Broken Hill, 12s. ' . .. '. i ,

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MANAGERIAL APPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895

MANAGERIAL APPOINTMENT. Professor Tate, of x\delaide, has been appointed manager of the Leviathan Company's battery at Kal goorlie.

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Telegraphic. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. CANOE FATALITY. Adelaide, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895

[?] SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ^ CANOE FATALITY. ??- ? 1 ?' ? '» Adelaide, December 27/' ' Charles Dudley, aged 13 years, was drowned at Grleiielg yesterday through the capsizing of a canoe.

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895

OBITUARY. The death is announced of Sir E. J. Harland, Bart,, Conservative, member of Parliament for the Northern Division of Belfast. The deceased was a member of the well-known firm of _^ shipbuilders, Harland and Wolf»__o£ _.— ^Jiiix—^i — 'mil irASL-xv-^rTTjrtg-oppoTieiit of' Home Rule.

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