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A CRISIS IN THE TRANSVAAL. BOERS V. BRITISHERS. THE NATIONAL UNION'S DEMANDS. SERIOUS TROUBLE IMPENDING. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 31 December 1895
A CRISIS IN THE TRAlVSVA AL. BOERS V. BRITISHERS. THE NATIONAL UNION'S : DEMANDS. SERIOUS TROUBLE IMPEND '..':-? V; ' ING. The crisis in the Transvaal is rapidly .assuming large proportions. The National Union has formulated a feasible programme, demanding a true republic with a settled constitution, - including an equitable franchise with absolute equality between the Boers ... and the British. The leaders of the .1 .. National Union have threatened to * overthrow the Government of the : Republic as at present constituted and to hand over the Transvaal to Great Baitain as a province of Cape Colony if their demands are not complied with. President Kruger's attitude is no,fc very conciliatory, and serious trouble is impending. The Boers are quietly preparing for hostilities, and are im porting Maxim guns and a large j supply of ammunition. Prominent men aro endeavoring to restrain the National Union leaders, but the feeling against the harshuess and injustice of the Boers is very dee...
The Barnato Bank. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 31 December 1895
The Barnato Bai\'k. _ « Iruth of November 28 says, the thirst for knowledge w-aich has of late been evinced by some of my contempor aries with regard +.o fche assets of the Barnato Bank is notj perhaps, likely to Desawsneaxoti-.e fllllest extent- but ^ have now, »*o all events, a statement which shou1^ satisfy the shareholders, it it does^D'ot altogether put a stop to some of th© Hysterical nonsense which is being written. In the first instance a corres I T-:ondence is published between Messrs 1 Barnato Bros, and the Directors of the Barnato Bank, Estate, and Mining Cor poration, Limited, according to which Messrs Barnato undertake to repurchase the securities sold to the Corporation, at cost price for cash, at any time within six months from the present date. This practically means that the bank has a most valuable option from Messrs Barnato on certain securi ties for that period, although at the time when they were purchased from that firm there was a profit of one million sterlin...
Mining Notes. MINE MANAGER'S REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 31 December 1895
Mining Notes. MINE MANAGER'S REPORTS. ??i. ..'Mr Arthur Bristowe, secretary of the Bank of England Gold Mining 'Company, -i no liabilityj sends us the following report from the manager, for the fortnight ending 7th December, 1895 : — During the fortnight No. 1 shaft has been sunk to a further depth of 14ft, making the total depth 98ft. The lode at the present bottom carries a seam oil ironstone and quartz. Have taken advan tage of general exemption and have sus i peuded work here for the present. Mr Arthur Bristowe, secretary of the Golden Fleece Gold Mining Company, no liability, sends us the following report from the manager, for the fortnight ending 7th De cember : — Have sunk 7ft on the main shaft ; total depth of shaft from the brace 31ft 3in. At this level have struck water, which at the present is not heavy. Have had two men engaged at various jobs .on the surface and -have erected a bough shed over the tent, also a bough shed to serve as a carpenter's shop. Am building a hou...
A Water Scheme for the Goldfields. PERTH, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 31 December 1895
A 'Water Scheme for the Goldfields. (l3V TELEGRAl'H ) Perth, December 30. Xews has been received here by the editor of a morning journal, that a'1 company with a capital of .£75,000 has been placed on the Melbourne market, the objects of which arc to supply the £fold fields with water. If is stated that the company has already secured the services of. Mr O. Jobson, hcncl of the Water Supply Department, as manager oE the venture, and that all his methods and plans for condensing water and supplying it at various centres have been purchased. The vendors take 25,000 share's.' The prospectus states that the plant will all be in full working order in less than two months.
THE ARMENIAN ATROCITIES. THE RECENT BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 31 December 1895
THE ARMENIAN ATROCITIES. THE RECENT BATTLE. ? Mr W. E. Gladstone, who has started for Biarritz, has written another letter denouncing the Sultan. The battle between the Turks and Armenians, which was recently fought, resulted in the recapturing of Seitsun by the Turks. It was a sanguinary affair. The Armenians, alter their defeat, were relentlessly pursued into the mountains, and some 2500 were overtaken and killed. Russia has sig-nified her willingness to tccupy Antonional, and so prevent the _f ur_ther._.massacre .. pf.jZIJmstiaiis, Jf_ three Powers, including Great Britain, will make a request to that effect.
Cable News. THE VENEZUELA IMBROGLIO. THE JINGO FEELING OVER-WHELMED BY THE FINANCIAL CRISIS. THE PRINCE OF WALES' MESSAGE. THE TARIFF BILL PASSED. London. December 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 31 December 1895
Cable News. | ? -c& — — THE VENEZUELA IMBROGLIO. THE JINGO FEELING OVER- ! WHELMED BY THE FINAN * OIAL CRISIS. THE PRINCE OF WALES' MESSAGE. - THE TARIFF BILL PASSED. London. December 29. It has been asserted that probably -Brazil and other South American republics will join A^enezuela if the latter decides-to fight Great Britain. A cable from New York states that the .cordial responsa received from -H.R.H. the Prince of Wales in reply l:jt6 the message sent him from America is recognised by the pecple of the States generally as having conferred on them real public service, and that the report that the Marquis of Salisbury approved of the action of the Princa has produced a deep impression. The financial crisis has (or a time overwhelmed the Jingo feeling in the United States. : -The House of Representatives, by a majority of 124, has passed the Tariff Bill. The British Chartered Company, formed to work in Guiana, have claimed the disputed territory between Venezuela and Gui...
How Shall we Travel in Another Century? SOME GLANCES INTO THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 31 December 1895
How Shall we Travel in. Another Century? SOME GLANCES INTO THE FUTURE. - The one logical conclusion which is to be drawn from the present turmoil and haste, and ever-new discoveries and in ventions — the one logical conclusion is that in thirty years' time the science of locomotion will hare been so completely revolutionised that our present . day achievements will appear as very small aim unimportant beginnings indeed of what is to follow. The three prinoiples of traction by which we will be taken comfortably, inexpensively, and quickly to almost any distance will be steam, electricity, and automotion, or cycling. The horse, 'man's noblest conquest,' will have returned to his life of freedom, and will, from the pasture-lands where h.e lives leisurely among the cattle, watch the strange vehicles. passing along the roacl-^tlie vehicles that know nothing of whip and harness and shafts, Instead of the rhythmic trot of thd horses' hoofs there will onlv be the crunching of wheels, the pu...
"Truth" on West Australian Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 31 December 1895
'Truth' on West Austra-*3 lian Mining. The depression in the South African market has also affected West. Austra lians, although advices from the goldfields arc ag favorable as they ever were. In trinsic value, however, for the nonce' goes for nothing, necessitous holders of Kaffir shares being obliged to part with their West Australians, . as .there is .a., market for the latter, and iii many cases not for the former. There is, however, a strong undercurrent, and the moment the South African departmonfgetsVver its troubles, West Australian mines will recover smartly. Recent crushings were satisfactory, and now discoveries con-' tiirae to be made, both on the properties already being Avorkcd and in now direc tions. The Great Boulder- has .declared a third dividend of 2s*por- share, making altogether 80 percent, so far distributed, but the shares are only quoted at £4 17s Gd only. From the Hit or Miss, Wealth of Nations, Paddington Consols, Hawk's View, Golden Crown, and Gem of Cue, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 31 December 1895
jHjNRUE BLUE GOLD M;TNE, I Limited. TENDERS arc invited for DRIVING 100£fc. Specifications to be seen at the Office on the mine, where all Tenders must be lodged not lateu than the 4th of January. 189o. T. PASCOE, . - - '- / Superintendent-. ~, ; KalgoorliC; December 30, 1895. rriENDERS will be received, until noon on JL.. SATURDAY, the 4th instant, to SINK A SHAFT on th«. Block 15 Mine, a depth ol 100J1 from the' surface, speci licatioqs to bo seen by applying to the -Manager *on . the Mine. ,: -The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted, THE PIONEER BRICKMAKTNG COMPAQ, Limited. nnEjtfDERS are invited for Making J_ One Hundred Thousand (100,000) Bricks, with the right of making another one hundred thousand, at per thousand, wood, water, a ad storage tanks supplied. .. Brickmakers to find all necessary plant for making. Ten ders returnable by Saturday, January 4. 1'or further particulars apply to P. McMAMOJN, Great Boulder Hotel. rnENDERS 'mil ¥ -¥«ceWi until _1_ No,o,n, o.u ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 31 December 1895
Missing Friends. [Under the above, heading advertisements of not more than 14 words will bs published at the rate of Is per insertion.] The Mends of the following person? will _be glad to hear of information respecting them : — ^awi'euce English John Barry - Harry Walker alias Robing ' ? George Knowles F. J. Cos Pa tor Brown Frederick Charles Pinkey James Burns Herbert Brown Rickards Thos. Ellis Thos. Biu;lv-- Qharies Johnson Dr. James Stockwell Richard Belts
THE Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, DEC. 31ST, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 31 December 1895
— T HE — Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAfLY. ^TUESDAY, DEC. 31st, 1895. - The King is dead, long live the King.' Such was the cry that in the old days of French chivalry and romance echoed &nbsp; &nbsp; through many a monarch's death &nbsp; &nbsp; chamber. Even at present, no sooner have crowned heads breathed their last &nbsp; than the greatest haste is customarily used in hailing their successors by their newly acquired titles. The phrase is perhaps typical of the readiness of the &nbsp; human race to worship the Rising Sun. The speckling of the parting is commonly asssciated Avith the welcoming of the coming guest. So it is with the death of the old year and the birth of the new. The next twenty-four hours will see the &nbsp; last of I895, and the dawning of 1896. The year ; that has past, like all &nbsp; it's predecessors has witnessed many changes, of which, to us, the most - important has been the development of ; ...
FAILURE OF THE WATER TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 January 1896
FAILURE OF THE WATER TRAIN. Information has boon received from Wool»-angib tti'at : tlfe Government water train irf - practically a failure, owin«','Co th'e 'scarcity- of rollincc' stock. ? B}; tlie iimn the train readies the head rof*the.-linc-*most-of the'water -is-used -by the engine. Unless something is iir. ?mediafcely-- done -the agents anticipato ^that teamsters' |willhavetto'' clear cut, nifd there is every prospect'of freights juaiping to £20, or equal to 10s per ;ton'ppifmile. ' - '-\ '\-.~ - ']
MR JUSTICE WINDEYER. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 January 1896
MR JUSTICE WISTDEYER. The Cabinet has decided not to acce le to the application of Judge Windeyei' for six mouths' leave of absence. It is understood that it is .Judge Windeyer's inteiiitio^ ljot to eesiume his seat on the Bench on tfie tcriwu7atiQii of the month's leaya of absence he recc-ved a cquplo Qf days aorQ. Iii.i flon^r has served seyer'al ytfars over the period ei^jbitliug him to a jiensioii.
Missing Friends. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 January 1896
Missing Friea^s. [Diuier tile alTove li=s.i,ling advci-tisisneiils'of ]iotmore than !-i words will bo published at the rate oi' !-; per insertion.] . The friend* of .liji',ipllo\v;ii}«j-persfiusx\viil oe-*gk.l -Cb-lifllu- -of* infonfiafiuii rraooctincr l.jeiii 5-^ ? « .-- Jva'.vrence Eu^l ,s!i ?John Ikiitv Ihrry Walker «i;.i«, Ilobiiis (-reorge Kno ^ \a-- F. J. Cos Peter Ji-q.vn. „ Jr'i'cdeiiuk _Q;ii i-l ^ Pin ksy_ -' James Burns ~ '?''? A ' ,r /. Herbert JJr.nvu n:ck.it\l3 J. ' ,', ' Tlios. Ellb Thos. L'ui'Ics Charles Johnson ' ? Dr.-Jame3 Sbuc^wjl'
THE MAILS. Australian Colonies. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 3 January 1896
Tub Mails. Au--tralicin Colonies. (Jlose as per special noiices. - Arrive every' IVedntsday at 2 p m. CJnited King ioin, ke. ' ? Close every We lu&-d.iy :il. 3.15 p.m.; Idle lutleis at '.43 p.m. Arrive every Wednes day at i p.m. Perth, JTi-emaiiile^ Suufheru Ci'oas. , (.J.-oIg.irdic, (Sf. Close daily at 3. 1-3 p.m.; hte leUew al .'5.45 p.m. Ai'iive d u!y at 2 p.m. J&inowiu. CSoVi MomUys, Wednesday-:, and Fridays mi. 2 p.m. Close Tuesday. 'jL'hm-od.iys, and Sdturd iys at 12.SG|i».a^ ' ' ' '- ?TOU. Clos.j every \Kb-A iiesclay &t 10 p. m. ii n iv e cv.»ry L'i*iday at 1 p.m. Kurnalpi (via lCanowua). -' Close every Wednesday at :» p.m. Arrive Tuesday at 12.30 p.m. Black Hag, Smithfjeld, Broad. Arrow, and TiMdoc. '' Ooss .»ver/ Sunday and Wedtiesda^ attIO p.m. Ariivs Wednesday and Safc&nl.-iy 'at ] 1 no'^n. Note ; — liesiistered mails close an hoii!? Jbcforc the ordinary anails. J. H. Leacii. Postmaster.