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Hannan's Sir John Forrest. FAVORABLE REPORTS ON THE PROPERTY—A RICH LEADER STRUCK AT A DEPTH OF 30FT. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

Hannan's Sir John Forrest. FAYVORABLE REPORTS ON THE PlRO PERTLL'Y-A RICH LEA]DElI STRUTtK AT A DEPTLH OF SOrT. The first ordinary general meeting of the sharehohlers of the Halnan's Sir John For rest Gold Mines. Limited. was held on Thursday, January 2, at the offices. Finsbury House. Bloomtield-street, E.C., Licnt-Oolonel W. T. Ellis (the chairman) presiding. . The Secretary (Mr Freaik. J. Grieves) hav ilg" reud the noticea on tvening the nleetifg". The Chairman said : Gentlemen. as the Sir John Forrest property has been for so very short a time under the control of your dirce tors, you will. I amt sure, understand that we cannot. have information of great importance to colummunit-aite to you to-day. I will, how ever. endeavor to give you aln idea of the prospects of the miune, and also inform you of the little work we have been able to do dur ing our short tenure of office. I expected to be in a position to inform you that my friend _Mr New would be present to-day. Mr New has r c...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
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COOLGARDIE NEWS. COOLGARDIE, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

COULGARDIE NEWS. COOLGAnDIE, February 12. Owing to the block on the railway the prices of various goods are advanc ing, and 'unless something is done speedily they are likely to advance still further. Fresh water has ,been struck in. a well in town. Frank Thorn. who fiell downl a shaft at the Bird-in-Hand Mine, has recovered consciousness, and is progressing favor ably. Business is dull on the Stock Ex change owing to the impossibility of getting telegrams through. The local Stock Exchange applied to the post office for permissioln to scu d urgent messages by cable via Blanjowaugee. The authorities in Perth had the impu dence to say that they would accept urgents if treble rates we:re paid, ad dresses to be included in the charges. The action of the pst office and rail way departments is slowly and surely killing mining and business of every sort. The Warden: l'as been served with a writ for libel by Mr Kelly's solicitor. Coor,u.taniu:, Feb. 13. Information has been received that a ...

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A New Drapery Business. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

A New Drapery Business. With the daily increasing volume of Ibusi ness in all deparl ments of trade in Kalgoourli there is plenty of room for the new draperyi establishmuent tust opened in tallnan-street by Mr l. E . tringer. It is Bow ºnearlly six months since Mr Stringer visited Kalgoorlic, and after a good deal of trouble lie obtatincd a. lease of the admiralble site on which the building is now erected. alhnuan-streewt being the principal thoroughfuare of the town. and Ma'ribtna-street being the neruest in imJt portance, it is manifest that ?a position adjoiniung the corners where tho~e street. intersect is amonUgst the best in Kalgoorlie. Tihe premises, which lie between the Ex change Buildings and Maritanua-street, occupy the \whole of the frontaige to llannt-street, 24 feet ; and they are 361 feet in depth. The contract was begun by Mr Biraidwood and, linished by Messrs Philp & Jhvyle. A greati deal of delay iand ditticulty has been ex-. perienced in obtaining the sof...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

. W. STRINGER . MEMBER .of the KALGURLI STOCK EXCHANGE, MINING AGENT AND SHAREBROKER. Cable Address: "STRINGER," KALGOORLIE. Secretary to Companies and Local Manager. All business in connection with English Companies undertaken. 10, EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, KR LCOOR LI E. Sor Utoc.le Exchange, HAWNAWS STREET, KALGOORP ,I W.A. LIST OF MEMBERS-- 13. L. HAIR, CaIasTaN. J. W. WHITTAKER. I . PARMINSTER. ' J. A. O'MEEHAN, VVic-CAIfUtAr . J. P. LEE. . W. MARMION. ... A. P. TURNBULL. JAMES CASSIDY. J. ADAMS. R. D0 THOMPSON. R. WELLS., . . WM. OATS. T. F. WHITFORD. N. GitENFELL T. W. LYONS.. W. I. ,TAYLOR. .JAS, BROOKMAN. EDGAR GILES. J. S. WESTON. GEORGE E. LANE H. N. TINLEY. I; GIBSON. ' S. E. HOCKING. JOHN WILSON. G. IJENRIQUES. IE. ON1ERL D. J. CARMICNHEL. J: A. GRElO'ty. G. H. NETREROOTr'. F. BISSINGBIERGER. C: ,AS., ClHEESBOROUGH. G.C. HAMILTON. A. V. IIARVEY., SALRED CORURT. S. H.:F. WHITTINGI-I-AM. II. W :S'i~RINGER TnOMAS .. HAIR, ., .,' " ., W-- rteO.'.l"

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The Imperial Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

. The Imperial Parliament. A QetEins's Speech, til noltter whelther delivered in the colonies or in the old country, invariably possesses the char acteristic that it abounds in promises. There are even inure than thtm usual number of promises in the Queen's speech to-be delivered at the opening of the Imperial Parliament, a f;irceast of which is published elsewhere. There is nothing of a particuhlrly nioteworthy character in the pmortions dealing with foreign affairs. The usual stereotyped assurance is given that ithe relatioins between Great Britain and the other Powers remain pacific, but the spleech concludes with the very significant state ment that the estium:ates will co|nta:inl provision for the further enlargetient and strengthening of tlhe navy. Ndthing fresh is revealed in the references to the Traunsral, the Armenian min~ssacres, and the Venezuela. dispute. The policy of social and other reforms pro.ponsed to be pursued in tlhe British Isles shows that the Government inte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

1STAMP DUTY CHAIIGEALILE, ON ALL TRAN$FEIt; UN)DEli THE GOLDT1 MINES REGULAT1IONS. Perth. I hFebruary ., 181t6. On and After this Date th1 Stamp Duty C ageable ,on All Transfers unddr the (Uohi 91 ning Regulations will read as follows : Ir Every £5 and also for Every ) Fractional Part of £5 of the . Amount or Value of Ihe Con- ( t"1 sideration ... ... ... ) Every Nominal Consideration los' E. H. WITTIENOOM. Minister for Mines. r IANSIFES8 ANI) DEALINGS IN 'ONNECTION WITH G OLI)MINI?NG ,EASES APPLICATION. Depart:pent of Mines. LPprth, Feb. 1st, 1896. I TRANSFERS arid dealings in connec i with Gold-miini? Lease Applications ,re the issue of the I ease instrument shall -gistered at their reIplctive district offices and after the dates given below, after S-h no transfers in cot nection with appli .U ens will be received 4t the Perth office, C(olgardie ...... North Coolgardie .. East Coolrdie February th, Yalugoo... ... . "'e ra.. I. Miurchison ... ... Yilgarn ... .. Ashburton ... . Uudt...

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Reefers' Eureka Company HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

Reefers' aureka Company HALF-YEARLY MEETING. Thle first half-yearly meel.iag of the dshare hohlers of the abouve e~olmany was held in Adelaide nit Jannrty 30. Mr A. W. I)obble ircstlel oIver 0 smt.hl zttAf: dllten ico. 'The Direcbtors' report stated :-Thllee shalfts havIo Mcu stuk on the pr'perty to a depth of 100f1t and drivinig l, rithe purpose of con nectilig tlrhese shafts hlavte beenl vigorously c:'Lrie:l on. The cartern slhaft has alrealy been c;ianectel! with the maRin shaift the total disttiatee heing 13f1t. A contract hasl. blen let for connelcting the western situft wilth: the main slaftm, which, it is expectS,. will ie conpliethtt withlit o0e month fromn hJanuary 13, when it is intcnded to start' raisitg stogie froltl llte reefs. Thl'e tlhree thrfts are sunk Gn a iege lode formnation extaeaiiig somec :SO0fl, :Ml cottilljposed Of rl'On sto:te, cquaritt. in.ll utica. the quirts nItns beilng from lin Ito lft inl thickncess. Olne of thiese aimohlig to nIinces is iech in gold....

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The Crœsus G.M. Co. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

The Croesus G.M. Co. IHALF-YJEAIII MEETIl'SG. The half-yearly meeting of the Croesus Gold MiningCompany was held at the Com mittee-room, Town Hall, on Thursday JJanuary ROth, Mr W. lickford presiding" Thie dircetr's' report for the hnif-yea.' stated :--" During tlhat period tn extra ordinary gendal mteeting of sharehoblers was held and a reolution passedl authorising your Directors to sell ;and dispose of the Comipany;s property in Ehglhind, Seotlanld, or elewhere at their discretion. ai they have pleasure in reporting that:ia'kt0ie has beei. effected on the ftollowing tern?s (less cnnitission) :- £2i5,000 cash ; 2l1.000 fully paid-up £1 shares or 13,000 fully paid up £1 shar:s, and £1800) add litional tash (at the purchaser's option) in a Company with a nominal capital of £17:5,00? : £25,:00 working capital. A deposit of £ 101)0 was paid early in October, and the date for comn pIletion fixed for D)ecember 2nd. but at the request of the purchlsers your dirneetor: granted an extensio...

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Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

Mining Notes. Cassidy's Hill is still waiting for the arrival of the fittings of their engine, and until these arrive it will practically be impossibly for the manager to very speedily push on. with the work of opening up the deep levels of the mine. Mr George Gtray cabled on Sa?turday that he has succesfully accomplished l:is business in London, including the private floation of the Corsair blocks on the Enmpress of India line for £*200.000. He will start for Austra lia via, America at the beginning of March. Acting on Captain Williams' advice Mr Scott has purchased the Victoria Mine. ad joining the llobinson ii ine, aind also an 18 acre lease aijoitriiig the McAnliffe leases. Both these propelrties were pulruhased on be Ihalf of a Sydney syndlienlte, and nre situated at White Feather. An immense amount of work is being carried on aIrountd the southern end of the irea?t l3outler. Moist of tihe ground is ntow fully mannled. anld as the scrub is being cleared away sonme idea. cani, n...

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SPORTING. VICTORIAN AMATEUR TURF CLUB RACES.[ BY TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

SPORTING. VICTORIAN AMATEUR TURF CLUB RLACES. [BY 'I'E1XERAPH.] ILE?hloURnXE. Fe1bruary 17. The first dany's races in connection with the February meeting of the V.A.T.C. took place on Saturday. Itesults: ALVIA STAKES. Of 200sovs. Handicap for two-year-ohls. Second, 3"sovs; thinr, :Isovs. Five furlongs. Bundook ...... ... ... 1 Oohort ... .. ... ... 2 The Bright Eyes... ... ... :i FIRST HURDLE RACE. Of 200sovs; second. .'0sovs; third, 10Zvrs. One mile nld five furlongs. Pilot Boy ... ... .... ... 1 Deerfoot ... ... ... ... Borderer ... ... ... ... :1 OAKLE'IGH PLATE. Coil ... ... ... ... 1 Malum am ... ... ... ... 2 Newhaven ... ... ... 3 Won by half a head. FIRST STEEPLECHASE. Of 200sovs ; second, 3Osovs; third 1)osovs. About. two miles. Mon Ami ... ... ... ... 1 lTartufft ... ... ... ... 2 Joi... ... ... ... ... 3 SELLI}EG' RAE. Of 100sovrs; winner to be sold for £i0. One mile. JTohn S. ... ... ... ... 1 Eyihlon ....... ... ... Perturhat ion ... ... ... 3 OAKLEWlH PU'RRE. Velcoe ....

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THE COURTS. Warden's Court. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1896. EXEMPTION APPLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

THE COURTS. Warden's Court. VWEl~)snlAY. F'IBuIII'ARllY 1i. 718.i. ESXIEMPTION APPlTc?ATIONS. (1. ,1. S.otlt-.-Ol: ilntllh. iIJnllss of )n1atEs. J. T. \iVeil'h1-One month, no watter. - G43rte, . Hennuing a't|l lou.nisevell-Oncc monlth, as Sagents, forn owners of leases 2.lAu, 1416. 25332, Sandl 143;. src:u'ity of labor. -G ranlteld. SaNte, as gentll for ot wi'ers of leasas 1078 mnd 21164. scarcity of water and labor. W. F. Flranis-One monthl) no labmr. (Il'ranltl. It. W. St ringer--ne: month. labor and water.---(a ranttedI. John ]P'aton-Oge mntah, scarcity of labor. -.Granted, ciditiionally ti:hat i: jpplicaint for work be refusl:. F. S8. Allansonl-.One 0onIt1h, n11 labor avail able.--Graiteld. *r G. HU.uriques-One moioh ; that apl)licant does not klnow which of Ito ileases to work pending tlaw-sit.-Graiited. T'lhout HIlunter-One month. scarcity of labor.-{Icranlte(l. G. HIRriclue - On11 month, scarcity ef wateLl'r.-.?. irl al. 0G. Lister-Oaac 1mo1uth, on1 grouln l hat. lease is not...

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ALBANY RACES. Albany, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

ALBANY R AClIS. Al'bany.: F?r .:.. I The ar:ulmal ra:e lieeti. g cA t:e AU?hi ' Turf Club took llance to-cay. Tha 7zvaz;?:,r ,wa beautiful andtl tl' attedan:c:: ]lrt~r. in eluding the Premier and Sir 3JI:?}ph 1?,t?.. Iesulhs : IIMAIDENS PLATE. One Mile. Mainstay .... I eabreeze ... ... Mentor . ... ... ... Time, 1 a1in.. l1 sec. AIiANY I'T'P. One land : half it mile'. inapshot ... ... ... ... 1 Skylighti t ... ... ... .. Drydaen ... ... ... ... : Other starters were Carbounte. aund Sea )breeze. Skylight ' arried 5llbs. penalty for her Katannliig will, malii[ albs.. overweight. Timh race -was slow for the first mile. Sllap s?lhnt making the ruilnning with Skylight. "]brlden joiliod them, anld the three huing togetlier till the fin:sh. First . Skylight 4?nowed in the lead. thou Dryden. A mag niticenit anid exciting flinish resulted in a winl for lnapshot by half a head, a simkjiar dis talle beLing between second aund third horses. Time, 2mhin 49 4-5th see. SetlTN RAVl't. Five furlongs...

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CYCLING. [BY TELEGRAPH.] AUCKLAND, February 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

CYCLING. [IBY TELEGRAPH.] AUCKLAXD. F10br"luary 18. At the cycling races held at Clhristclcrch the chief evcnts resulted as follows : HALP-MI1LE: OPEN. Letharby. 89yds ....... ... I Martin. scratch ... ... ... 2 Pither, scratch ........ ... Time, Lmin Ii 1-5th see. FIVE M llErE SCRATCH TEST. Martin ... ... ... ... 1 Harris ... ... ...... 2 lither ....... ... ... 3 Time, 13m1in 4see. TWO II LE OPEN. Marnin ... ... ... ... I Harris ... ... ... ... 2 Clarkson ... ... ... ... . Won by 4t! yards. ''ime, 2main 2'0sec. MILE SCRATCH TEST. Martin ... ... ... ... 1 Pither ............ . Harris ... ... ... ... 8 Time, 2mrin 43 2-5th sec.

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THE GRANTING OF EXEMPTIONS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

s TH~ GRANTING OF EXIEMPT?ONS. TO THE EDITOt. SiR-It strikes me that a large number of the advertisements for miners are merely bogus notices. The advertisements in many cases are, I fear, not for men, but for excfnp. tions. It is easy to put off men with excuses when they answer advertisements, and it is just as easy for applicants for exemptions to tell Warlens that they have mlvertised for minoers. I would suggest that Warlde?s should keep a book iin which meni who an swered advertisements for work withlout getting anly. and who suspected deception. could enter their names. addresses, and other lharticul:rs.-J- iawn, &c., J.. i. EIMERI.

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Correspondence. [The Editor does not hold himself responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents.] A CONTRADICTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

Correspondence. [The Editor does not hold himself respoas aible for opinions expressed by corres pondentS. ] A CONTRADICTION. TO THE EDITOR. SIin--| note with some surprise a state mentn n ai paper printed in Coolgardie re the early state of the hospital here timt when one man ditc the next patient was stuck perforce between the unwanshed blankets used by the dead man." I was from March to Septemuber last secretMry to the hospital. and haul in my charge all the papers nnd records connectell with. the institution, and I challenge the individual responsible for this statement to irove the matter by referring to the records mentioned by him when in terviewed on the subject. I trust the late comunnittee will in justice to Mrs Ahlerdice endorse my remarks, and by giving publicity to the matter upset this glaring misstate ,nient.-1 aml. tc.. A. H. BARTLETT. Kalgoorlie. Felbruary 12. 189i;.

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Cable News. LONDON, February 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

Cable News. LONDON, February 16. In t1he House of Commons Mr T. Harringtoii; a, prominent member of the Parnellite Party, moved an amend ment to the Address-in-Reply in favor of showing clemency to the men now in gaol for complicity in the dynamite outrages. Mr Ridley, in opposintg the amenid ment, declared the Government.had uno need to extend clemency to the criminals in question. It is now officially stated that-the North Pole has been discovered by Dv Nansen. It is further announced that: lie is on his way back from the Nortli Pole. Broken Hill Proprietary shares are quoted at £2 Ss 9d. The Australasian Gold Trust Conii pany, with a capital of £500,000 has been registered. Shares to the value of £250,000 will be offered to the public. The British Australia Mines Agency, with a capital of £50,000, has been renistered. £20.000 in £1 shares will be offered to the. public.1 An endeavor was lately made to bring about a peaceful termination of the war thiat is being carried in Abyssin...

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The Transvaal Trouble. LONDON, February 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

The Transvaal Triuble. Loxlox, February 16. Replying to a question in the Reich stag, the Gerial n Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs stated it was impossible to consent to changes in the Imperial Commercial Treaty of 1885, securing equal rights for England in the Trans Vaal. Speaking to an interviewer, President Kruger stated that a resolution would be proposed in the Yolksraad in order to obtain the sanction of the Chamber to his projected visit to England. He hoped soon to he able to enfranchise O000 loyalists on the Rand. in the House of Commons, Mr Labouchere has withdrawn his amend menat to the Address-in-Reply, insisting that anu inquiry he held into the financial and political policy of the South Africaun Chartered Company. -Dr jaimeson is now )n his way Home. The vessel in which he is travelling called at Malta, where he was greeted with an ovation by at large crowd, con sisting in at great measure of naval and military utiei.

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ADJOURNED MEETING. FEBRUARY 17TH. Present: Crs. Wilson (Mayor), Lee. Nethercott, and McKenzie. SANITARY PROSECUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

Al)JOUl{NEDI MEETING. FEiuRUARY 17TH. Pri'ent : Crs. Wilson (Mayor). Lee. Nether cott. and McKenzie. SANITARY PROSECUTIONS. A letter was read from the Council'ssolici tor. Me Hare, requesting that in future tihe informations in cases in connection with sanitary pirosecutions should be laid before him. ileceivel. KALGOORIIE OiL IANNANS. The Mayor movel that tile Governor-in Council be asked to take the necessary steps to alter the name of the municipality from Kalgoorlic to Haitran's. He said the reason of his moving this motion was that in the Eastern colonies a great deal of confusion existedl between the names of Kalgoorlie and Coolgardie. Besides, it was not certain that the official name was Kalgoorlie. for at. the Warden's Court it was termed Kalgurli. He would like the name changed, not neessarily to Hannan's. but at any rate to some name that did not resemble Coolga?rdie. In con nection with this matter he wonhi like to see somealteration mide in the official statements of th...

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Cables. LONDON, February 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

Cables. Lox)no., February 11. The report is contradicted that Mr Thomas Sexton has accepted the leader ship of the Irish National Party in place of Mr Justin McCarthy, who hlas resigned. It is now announced that Mr Sexton has finally declined to ac cept the position. The Italian Government have de cided to appoint a Consul to attend to their interests in the Transvaal. The National Mortgage Company of New Zealand have declared a profit of £7,237: The recent call was well met. The defaulting shares do not exceed 7000. A French company is building it Russian railway in Manchuria. A Russo-Chinese bank is assisting. The movement is regarded as highly signifi cant, and is being very closely watcbed by the Imperial and Indian Govern ments. The Rand ontputof gold for January was 30,000oz. under the December returns. The Marquis of Roseherry in a re cent speech referred to the condnect of the Government regarding the Arme nian massacres as inexplicable, as the Sultan had foully : .ken1 the ...

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Kalgoorlie Police Court. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18. (Before Mr Davies, R.M.) UNLAWFULLY IN POSSESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

Kalgoorlie Police Court. TUErStDAi. FEBRUARY 18. (Before Mr Davis, :.M.) SUNlAWFULLY IN POSSESSION. Henry McHale was charged with being unlawfitlly in possession of a Jubilee sover eign, reasonably suspected of belonging to Joseph Duggan. Corporal Bonnor prosecut ed. The prisoner was undefended. Joseph I)uggan deposed that, prisoner had been camped close to hini at ithe Star of the West lease. On Sunday last he left his gold watch and chain, to which was appended the Jubilee sovereign produced, in the camp of a friend close to his tent. On Monday aworn ing he missed the sovereign. His chain had been tampered with. He was positive that thetsovereign produced was his property. Louis A. Morris deposed that he was a wa.tcinum ker and jeweller, residing in Hain nanu-street. lie knew the previous witness. and had mounteda a Jubilee sovereign for him about 10 weeks ago. Identified the sovereign produced as the one he Inmounted. Constable Anderson deposed that he saw prisoner in Hnnunuu-str...

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