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Cable News. THE VENEZUELA IMBROGLIO. A MORE PEACEFUL PROSPECT. MESSAGES TO AMERICA FROM THE PRINCE OF WALES AND THE DUKE OF YORK. London, December 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895
Cable. News. ?? THE VENEZUELA IMBROGLIO. A MORE PEACEFUL PROSPECT. MESSAGES TO AMERICA FROM THE PRINCE OF WALES AND THE DUKE OF YORK.' London, December 26. It is probable that Chief Justice Fuller -mil preside over the Commission appointed by the American Govern ment. The Com mission, will begin its labora next month, and it 13 expected that it will support the attitude assumed by President Cleveland. In a London letter, a leading Eng lish author lias appealed to the American people upon the common ties of blood and literature in favor of the ^^ maintenance of peace between England i^Kar.d the United States. The Prince of Wales and the Duke of York, in replying to an appeal made to them by the 'Now York World,' have cabled a message in which they state that they believe that (he crisis will arrange/itself ia a manner satis factory to- both countries, and also expressed the opinion thac the same warm feeling of friendship that has existed for so many years between Britain and the Uni...
SPORTING. CANNING PARK TURF CLUB RACES [BY TELEGRAPH.] Perth, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895
SPORTING. CANNING PAEK TCTEF CLUB RACES [By Telegeaph.] r- - Peeth, December 27! The first day's meeting of the Canning Park Turf Club took place yesterday. There ?was a large attendance, over 3000 persons being presont, ami a, good day's sport was provided. The weather was delightfully cool, a, fresh breeze blowing from the south. The results are as follows : — FIRST HURDLE KACE. li- mile. Moonlight, 10st41b ... ... . 1 Hampton, lOst 41b ? 2 ? Forward, lOst ? - ... 3 MAIDEN PLATE. Tapeau ... ' ? 1 Sea Breeze ? 2 Yale Lock ? 3 CANXING CUP, 1J mile. \ ' - .: - - Troubadour - ' ...';'.. ...''1 Invcray ... ... ' ... ... 2 Dryden ? 3 ' SELLING- EACE. ' , Goldmine --.!..? -'...' '...-. .--.., -1 ; Query ... ... ... ... -2 ' - MADDING TON STAKES, G furlongs ; for horses 14 hands and under. Madeline, Sst 121b ... - ... 1 . Bessy. Ssfc 51b ? 2 '' David .... ; ? 3 „ ?? tfLYIXG. STAKES, . \ r. G furlongs. . .'- Troubadour, 7sl 41b- -..: ?... 1 ' Tapean. Gst'l21b ... - ? 2 Fidelity. Gsfc 121b ...
THE ARMENIAN ATROCITIES. DELAY OF REFORMS. THE TURKS VICTORIOUS IN BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895
THE ARMENIAN ATROCITIES. DELAY OF REFORMS. I THE TURKS VICTORIOUS IN BATTLE. The Vienna correspondent; of the London 'Daily Telegraph'5 states that the refusal or delay of the Porte to take precautionary measures may mean the speedy massacre of 15,000 Chris- j tians in Armenia. The British, Russian, -and French Ambassadors at Constantinople are not satisfied with the work of reform carried out by the Armenian Commis sion. Izzet Bek, one of the Sultan's enquerries, who is credited with being a favorite, has been advised ol an intention to effect his arrc st for insisting that tho reforms in. Armenia demanded fHH-by the Powers be carried out. Heavy fighting has taken place at Sueditch between a large body of Turks and Druses. The conflict resulted in the defeat of the Druses. It is officially stated that the Druses lost 1200 men: The Turks lost 100 men. Additional placards hare been posted over Stamboul by the members of the secret society known as ' The Young Turkey Party ' affirming...
CRICKET. VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. MELBOURNE, December 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895
f.; cricket. 'pOTOMA V. NEW SOUTH 1. WALES. ' [By Telegraph.] Melbourne, December 26. The Intercolonial cricket match between teams representing Victoria and New South Wales was commenced on the M.O.O. Ground to day. The New South Wales team went to the wickets first, and commenced well, having only 2 wickets clown for the fine score of 226 runs when the ad journment took place. There was a large attendance. Both colonies were represented by the best teams available. AValters won the toss, and went in on a good wicket. The runs came freely, despite the frequent changes of bowling. The visitors kept possession of. the wicket, and when the stumps were drawn two wickets had fallen for 226.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895
Sir James Stephen delighted the students at one of his lectures 011 Criminal Law 'by declaring, ' I am never so happy as when defending a prisoner I know to be guilty,' for, if he is convicted, he will receive his deserts, and if I get him off it will bo. a tribute' to my skill.' ? It is proverbial that tho Christmas season is noted for catastrophic* of various kinds all the world over. These comprise fires, f-itnl accidents', shipping disasters, etc. A gl;mc3 at yesterday's and to-day's pap-jrs shows that t-'ie close oC 1S03 is proving no exception Id the rule in this-respsct.
As Others See Us. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895
As Others See Us. A : contributor to the 'Sunday Times' My :— At Ooolgardie there is a brawery and ice works, and the electric light will soon be in ?evidence. They have a suburb there called Toorak, where the magnates live, and there is a plan to have a tram from it to the city. Ooolgardie 13 seldom spoken of now in Adelaide, which city is doing a great trade with the fields. It is all Kalgooiiie, and that promises to be the head centre. Coolgardie is really on the fringe of the fields, f O TJ, Hannan's (which is the early name of Kal goorle), and White Feather are right in the heart of the rich reefs, : The fields of to-day and those of three years ago are as different as daylight from darkness. Then the early pioneer had to take his life in his hand on the off-chance of striking a rich reef in a waterless wilderness where gold was only supposed to exist. The magic of the yellow metal has transformed all that, and now life can be passed in the main centres of tho fields in compara...
Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 December 1895
Mining Notes. The sample of the lode formation of the Mount Benson gold mine taken to Adelaide by Mr A. Von Doussa has been treated by Haycroft's process, and went 12G ozs to the ton, all the gold being very fine, and of sreat tmritv. We have been informed that the W.A. Venture Syndicate have purchased the Boomerang and 'Woomera claims, near the Brown Hill, Kalgoorlie, for the sum of £15,000. The claim originally belonged to Messi-3 Bowes-Scott & Co. and others, who sold it to Mr Alex. Forrest, and he made the sale to the Venture Syndicate. A writ has been issued against the Cool gardie Goldmining and Prospecting Company Limited, by Mr. Z. Lane, claiming: commission on. the proceeds of sales of the properties to the Great- Boulder and Associated Goldmines, and seeking to restrain the directors from issuing the scrip due to the Goalgardie share holders in the Associated Goldmines of West ern Australia. Limited. — '; Courier.' It will be observed from our wires that Professor ...
A HUSBAND'S REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 December 1895
A HUSBAND'S. REVENGE. - -? A sensational shooting case occurred at Chiltern Valley on Friday, George Morgan being shot by Chas. Sharman through the shoulder. Morgan was employed by Sharman,, and became intimate with the latter s wire. Morgan went to demand his child, and when Sharman rushed at him he fired. Morgan has been arrested for maliciously wounding with intent, and has been remanded for eight days. Sharman is in the hospital.
A Telephone Newspaper. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 December 1895
A Telephone Newspaper. Buda Pestli is the first city to: 'enjoy' what we have been informed is the newspaper of the future — a 'central telephone station from which all the news is sent out to subscribers. ''' Thp Telephone Herald,' of Buda Pesth, has 6000 subscribers, each one of 'whom' is provided with a card telling him at what.bour of the dayiihe news^is Sent^ over the wires. Every subscriber is jmn ided with a couple of little yecei^ers attached to long cords. These he can fasten to his ears and lie down, or even walk about the room, while hearing the latest des patches from all oyer the world. Two men with -strong Voices . and clear, articulation do the talking into the central instrument, an.d this is connected; witl* - a 'rniorbphone which magnifies the sound, so that their words may be clearly heard as far eff as Prague. These men are handed the ' copy ' turned in by the reporters and which has been properly edited, while the domestic and foreign despatches, aftay heirig; e...
Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 December 1895
Items of News.'- ' - Last, \veek,.,a-ho-uE -10 vous of machinery for -the battery and winding gear at the Hainaulfc reached the mine. The balance is expected shoitly. . L Owing to the: abse'neo 'of-'Councillors^it'is improbable that a meeting of the Municipal Oounoil will bo held before the first Mon&y in-1'ebruarv. The Eev Clayton Eobinson yesterday coii ducted Church of England services at'Qui'- leys hall. There was a fair attendance on each occasion. Tlie Warden has applied for the registration of a depot site for sanitary purposes for the eastern portion of the municipality The site will be about 40 chains west-nor'west of the north-west peg of the cemetery. On Saturday a letter was received in Eal goorlie which v;as ppsied in Melbourne on October 21. It reached Coolgardie on Novem ber 10, and remained there until Friday last. This kind of thing is of common occuarence: Following on the extension of the -Health Act radius, proceedings wjll shortly La taken for the gazett...
A Cheque for Nearly Five Millions. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 December 1895
A Cheque for Nearly Five Millions. An unpretentious ceremony, which took place at the Bunk of England at 11 o'clock on Saturday morning, last (says the 'Westminister Budget'' oi: jMovem ber 22). afforded striking evidence of the fact tlfat ''London is the centre of the iuonetaryvworld. Jiero were assembled .Representatives of China and Japan, the former to hand over and the latter to re ceive .1 cheque for .£-1,900,000 odd, the price of the -evacuation of- the- Liao-Tong peninsula by the Japanese troops- with in :-threc months, of such payment. :'..Tlie un initiated might have anticipated that the transaction would take place in coin, and that the Japanese representatives would take away their due in gold in a 'Tour-wheeled cab. Unfortunately, how ever, there are material difficulties in the Avay,of suoh-a primitive proceeding. A million soyet-eigns weigh 256,750oz troy, which -may be roughly taken at between seven. and eight, tons avoirdupois, so that - : allowing a -ton;as a-f air...
SPORTING. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB SUMMER MEETING. [BY TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 December 1895
SPORTING. AUSTEALTAU JOCKEY CLUB SUMMER MEETING. y-i, [BY TjELEGXtArH/l -. ' '- Sydney, December 28. „: ^TJiei4rst day's meeting opened at Rand-; '^vick':on--B6xing Day. There was a capital aHenclance, and the races passed on1 most satisfactorily. The following are the results :— ' ---' ''??' HUEDEE' EA'CE.' ' ' ? ?' .Of. 5sovs each for starters, with 200sovs '': added; 2 miles. . - Goldleaf- --.-. - --...-- i^ssw -i-b.- -; -Llena ? / . . '\ o .-???'* Favor ? './ ' ' ;' 'jj ' VILLIERS' STAKES.^ ----- --\ Of 5 sovs each for starters, with' 250 sovs added; 6 furlongs. . -?-. . ?'-. Ordnance ? 7. ... I ~ Collarette...- ? '.'.'.' :-2 : -';-' - 'Pharamond ? .... ? .... „..-.- ;j. . S -,-? . ' TEIAL- STAKES. - .. ' ' - 'A :A Of 5 sovs each fqr starters, with. 200 .sovs.: i , added ; 1 mile. , . '. . - '' -Inspiration' . '... ..'. '..'.]' , -/Vagabond... -\'..- ?? :./- '-'2' '?''? The Meddler- .... ? -..;. - -.:. 3 ; DECEMBER STAKES^ 1895: Of 20so.v5 each, 5ffc, or 1 sov only if declared \...
A BLACK GIN ASSAULTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 December 1895
A BLACK GIN ASSAULTED. Yesterday a prisoner, whilst out bringing in water, committed a cowardly assault upon a black gin by breaking a beer bottle on her head. The ? gin dropped to the ground, and had to be taken to the Hospital, where it was discovered that she h^d ppceived a frightful gash. A large crowd of men followed the prisoner with the object of dealing out summary justice, but he found a refuge in the gaoJ,