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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 September 1895

SPECIAL NOTICE   ''To   Surveyors, Architects, Draughtsmen.       Etc, etc,       To be obtained at the 'ARGUS' OFFICE,       Hannan-street, Drawing Paper         Tracing Cloth Tracing Paper Indian Ink Paints China Wells Brushes       Pencils               Crow Quills Instruments Drawing Pins       VICTORIANS,                       The 'Argus ' ' Australasian,'         'Age ' and ''Leader' can be ob-     tain...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Miner
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Victoria. MELBOURNE, Sept. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 September 1895

Victoria. Melbourne. Sept. 13.   On Wednesday the mangled body of George Fynch, a clerk in the cor- respondence branch of the Lands De-   partment, was picked up on the railway   line at Jolimont. Fynch was a married man with a young family, and   was 39 years of age. He was in receipt of a salary of £300 per annum,,   and having sustained heavy losses in mining speculations became thoroughly disheartened. It appears that he     determined with much deliberation, to end his life.

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DISASTROUS FIRE. 100,000 GALLONS OF WINE WASTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 September 1895

DISASTROUS FIRE; 100,000 GALLONS OF WINE WASTED. A disastrous fire occurred at 1 o'clock yesterday morning, when, the extensive wine cellars of the Mount Pryor Vineyard Hotel, near Alex=   andra, caught fire, and were totally destroyed. Nearly 100,000 gallons of wine with casks, presser, vats, and   the machinery used in wine making were lost. The cause of the outbreak is mysterious. The damage is estima- ted at £15,000, and the property was insured for £12,000.

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A TERRIBLE FIRE. TWO OLD PEOPLE BURNED TO A CINDER. MELBOURNE, Sept. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 September 1895

A TERRIBLE FIRE: TWO OLD PEOPLE BURNED TO A CINDER. Melbourne, Sept. 14. A shocking occurrence is reported from Elsternwick. At 3 o'clock this morning a man named Joseph Lane, aged 82, a saddler by trade, with his wife Sarah, aged 72, were roasted to death at their residence, situated at the corner of Brighton road and Hotham-street. The house is supposed to have caught fire through the upset- ting of a kerosene lamp. When the flames were first seen they had too fierce a hold to allow of any attempt being made to rescue the old couple who met a tragic fate, being burnt to a cinder.

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New South Wales. THE QUACK MEDICINE MAN'S WORK. RUINED AND BUTCHERED BY A "REMEDY" MAN. SYDNEY, Sept. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 September 1895

New South Wales. THE QUACK MEDICINE MAN'S WORK. RUINED AND BUTCHERED BY A ' REMEDY ' MAN.   Sydney, Sept. 14. The inquest on the body of Jessie Nicholls, the victim of the Woolloomoo- loo tragedy, was continued yesterday, when Sarah Chapman was re-called. She said she believed Sheridan, the abortionist, was a qualified medical man. Thomas Sofar said he knew not, but had seen the body of the girl found in a box on the sea- wall. He knew nothing about her, and believed the ' British Medical Institute ' was a proper Medical establishment, and that the deceased had a perfect right there. No suspicion entered his mind that Sheridan intended to bury the body secretly. Jno. Seawall, one of the accused, gave evidence stating that he had no conversation with Sheridan or Thomas, and knew nothing about the girl before the inquest. He bought the case and carried it to the Institute, and put it in the passage. He did not see Sheridan or anything suspicious. On Friday Sheridan asked ...

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Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 September 1895

Items of News At the police court on Saturday, before Mr Jephson, R.M. and Mr Thompson, J.P., a man named John Green pleaded guilty to a charge of disorderly conduct. Green was fined £5, or in default three months im- prisonment. The public will be glad to learn that, the telegraph line is at last to be sup- plied to the I.O.U. Tenders are called inour advertising columns for clearing the line from there to Kanowna, and for the supply and delivery of telegraph poles. Hansen's Concert Company gave a performance in the dining room at the Club Hotel on Saturday evening to a large audience. The programme com- menced with an overture by the orches- tra, and then followed a chorus, by the company, and songs by Messrs Cahill, Jenkins, Bracy, Martin and Fletcher, the last named possessing a beautiful tenor voice. Eddie Simpson contribu- ted some of his well-known Coster songs, and was deservedly encored whilst Albert Whelan's facial contor- tions were most amusing. In the second part of the...

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THE KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 September 1895

      THE   KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1895   The Bill authorising the extension of the railway from Coolgardie to Kal- goorlie has passed its second reading, and will probably become law within a few weeks. In one evening the measure was read a second time and carried, through committee almost without dis cussion or amendment and its final adoption by both Houses is now as- sured. No greater compliment could have been paid to the field than this, especially when it is remembered that the Coolgardie line was opposed at every step, and the full weight of the influence of the Government was needed to carry the Bill through. No doubt the attitude of the members was to some extent influenced by the fact that the longer line is being constructed for a merely nominal price, but in a much greater measure the almost unanimous endorsement of the action of the Minis- try in determining upon the line was due to th...

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TELEGRAMS. [FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.] THE SHARE MARKET (By Urgent Wire.) Adelaide, September 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 September 1895

TELEGRAMS From our Special Correspondent.] THE SHARE MARKET (By Urgent Wire.) Adelaide. September 14.   Croesus, 14s 3d       Maritana, 22s Royal Mints, 14s Coolgardies, 43s Great Boulders, £7 10s Golden Bars, 22s 6d Tindal's, 13s 6d

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 September 1895

    Notes. BY TRAMP Anything like incoherency or hypercri- ticism must be excused in this my first little budget of notes, the rawness and soreness developed by a trip across from 't'other side' to the Golden West not having quite worn off. The remembrance of a passage in the steerage, where the surroundings reminded me severely of a Mecca pilgrim trip, and the subsequent vagabond life spent on the road as a ' swam- per,' are still vividly impressed on my mind, and not even the resources of Han- nans have been so far able to reconcile me to my new cast of character. Like the gent in the Coster song it may be said of me '''E dunno where 'e are.' So much by way of introduction. And speaking of 'swampers,' that op- probious term applied by W.A.'s to al strangers on the road up to the goldfields, puts me in mind of that other epithet hur- led by strangers at the natives of this country, namely 'angoras.' A kind of Roland for an Oliver. My particular patron of t...

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SHARE MARKET ADELAIDE, Sept. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 September 1895

SHARE MARKET Adelaide, Sept. 13. Hannans Central, paid, 6s 3d; con, 5s 3d, 6s ; Ivanhoe South con, 7s ; Ivanhoe South Extended,   2s 6d, 2s 5d, 2s 2d; Norseman con, 7s 11d, 7s 9d, 7s 10d; Croesus Ex- tended, 2s 3d, 2s 1d ; Block 45, 7s 6d; Bank of England, paid, 8s 6d ; con, 6s 3d; Bayley's No. 1 South, 4s 6d; Boulder Central con, 8s, 8s 6d, 7s 3d; Croesus, 12s 9d, 13s 6d ; Cosgroves, 7s 10d; Coolgardies, 37s,43s 6d, 43s ; Fortune of War, 4s 1½d, 4s 1d, 4s 3d; Golden Bar, 20s 6d, 24s 6d, 23s 1½d ; Great Boulders, £7 10s. £7 7s ; Ivanhoes, 33s 6d, 34s 3d, 34s ; Lake View, 43s 1½d ; Lake View South Extended, 2s ; Lady Mary, 11s 3d, 11s 6d, 10s 10½d; Moons, 9s 6d, 11s 7½d, 11s 4d ; Maritana con, 20s, 21s 6d, 21s ; Maritana Central, 1s 8d, 1s 7d, 1s 9d ; Royal Mint, paid, 19s 9d, 20s 6d, 20s ; con, 14s; Reefers Eureka, 6s 3d, 5s 6d ; Victory United, 5s 11d, 5s 10d; United Scotch- man, 14s 6d; Cassidy's, 61s; Royal Dane, 6s.

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CABLES. AMERICAN CHALLENGE CUP. INTERNATIONAL YACHTING. LORD DUNRAYEN'S YACHT WITHDRAWN. London, Sept. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 September 1895

CABLES. AMERICAN CHALLENGE CUP. INTERNATIONAL YACHTING. LORD DUNRAVEN'S YACHT   WITHDRAWN. London, Sept. 13. Lord Dnnraven declined to sail his yacht, the Valkyrie, in the third race for the American Challenge Cup, if crowded steamers and yachts were allowed to reduce space to first two.   Mr Matches suggested that the race should be sailed at Marble Head where the course is more free. The Committee managing the races agree- ing to use strenous efforts to keep the course clear of steamers, Lord Dun raven eventually decided to sail in the third race over the usual course, and the race takes place to-day. Mr Islen, one of the syndicate which built the American yacht, Defender, made an offer to Lord Dunraven to resail the race in which the Valkyrie was disqualified owing to a foul start. Later. The third race has been abandoned. The Valkyrie at the start apparently blanketed, and the pilot recognising the futility of continuing- after a bad start retired. The ...

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Coolgardie-Bardock Mail Service. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 September 1895

Coolgardie - Bardock Mail Service. Leaves Coolgardie Thursday 7 a.m. arrives Cattle Swamp 10 a.m. ; leaves 10 a.m. ; arrives Black Flag 2 p.m.; leaves 3 p.m. ; arrives Dead Finish 7 p.m. ; leaves 4.30 p.m. ; . arrives Broad Arrow 6.30 p.m. ; leaves Friday 4 a.m. ; arrives Bardock 9 a.m. Leaves Bardock Saturday 7 a.m. ; arrives Broad Arrow 9 a.m. ; leaves 10 a.m. : arrives Dead Finish 12 a.m. ; leaves 12. 30 p.m. ; arrives Black Flag 1.30pm.; leaves 2.30 p.m.; arrives Cattle Swamp 6 30 pm. ; leaves Sun- day 7 a.m. ; arrives Coolgardie 10 o'clock a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 September 1895

[A CARD]   DR. G. W. BARBER has Com- menced the practice of his profession at Hannans and is at present resident at the Exchange Hotel, where he may be consulted. As soon as the buildings are completed Dr Barber will have a consulting room in Messrs Aarons and Black's new buildings opposite the Warden's Court.   WANTED       FRONT OFFICES in Hannan street suitable for a Solicitor.   Apply, stating terms, to ' Legal,' this office. ONE Pound Reward. — Lost, Purse con- taining £5 note, half sov, some silver, and ticket in St Alban's sweep, (ticket in owner's name) on Saturday evening between Randell's store and saw mills. Finder re- warded on returning to F. A. Marquess, auctioneer, Hannan street, Kalgoorlie.

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M'CARTHYITE SUCCESS. ANOTHER BATCH OF W.A. FLOTATIONS. BRITISH AMBASSADOR STONED IN CHINA. A TERRIBLE AVALANCHE. A MARINE SURVEYOR APPOINTED FOR W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 September 1895

M'CARTHYITE SUCCESS. ANOTHER BATCH OF W.A. FLOTATIONS. BRITISH AMBASSADOR STONED IN CHINA. A TERRIBLE AVALANCHE. A MARINE SURVEYOR APPOINTED FOR W.A. Mr Shee, one of M'Carthy's fol- lowers, has been elected unopposed for West Waterford, replacing Mr Webb. Mr M'Carthy who resigned owing to the election of dynamitard, convict Daly declared he would con- test the representation of Limerick city in Parliament. Dealy was, how- ever, returned unopposed. The Par- nellite struggle resulted in the election of O'Keefe, a M'Carthyite, who secured a majority of 87 votes over those polled by his Parnellite opponent. Menzies Pioneer Co., of £120,000, has been registered. Shares to the amount of £65,000 are being issued to the public. The Western Australian Gold Properties Co., of £50,000, has been registered. The shares in Brook- man Bros. Boulder Co., numbering 80,000, have been applied for six times over. Shares to the amount of £210,000 in the Walworth Co., have been allotted. The Arrow Propri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 September 1895

PROSPECTUS                                         OF THE KALGOORLIE                     AERATED WATER MANUFACTURING CO.,     LIMITED.   To be registered as a Limited Liability Company under the Companies' Act, 1893. CAPITAL :           £40,000, divided into 40,000 Shares of the Value of £1 each, of which 15,000 will be issued fully paid up to the Vendors, and the balance of 25,000 will be offered to the public; 2s. 6d. to be paid on application, and 2s. 6d. on allotment.   Provisional...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 September 1895

JAMES McDONALD Timber Merchant, and Water Condenser       Hannan Street, Hannan's.         Building and Mining Timber of all kinds. MULLED ALE and PORTER, HOT SPICED WINE,   9d. Per Glass, at J.G. ALDERDICE'S (Late L. Geoghegan)     BLACK SWAN SALOON, KALGOORLIE.     DAVID CHAN D L E R         BUTCHER, WHITE FEATHER   is prepared to supply the be t of meat   NONE BUT THE BEST BEEF   AND MUTTON KEPT.   M. DO N E L LA N'S   CRITERION HOTEL,     KANOWNA, (White Feather),   Under the Patronage of Hons. E. H. Wittenoom, Minister of Mines and H. W. Venn, Commissioner of Rail-   ways, and alL the Principal Mining   men on the fields. The House contains 16 Be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 September 1895

WESTERN ARGUS     AND         KALGOORLIE MINER Office : HANNAN STREET, Adjoining Exchange Hotel.     INKS.         STEPHEN'S, ANTONIE'S, and FEDERAL Blue Black, Red, Violet and Copying.   Prices from 3d upwards.     BOOKS               Parcels arrive direct from London by every mail. Latest publications     on sale.     NEWSPAPERS             Newspapers from all parts are on sale       at the Argus Office. Store-       keepers and Sub-agents sup-       &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 September 1895

rs ^ .R 3 0 ELATE F A T F E B Z . . W-- aold' v ? A MISS 1.6 N' - / , At Haisnans, commencing on i his' . ? ? -;S ') ? .evening,' September 17th, at 7-' u ?? .' : - ., j All '-Catholics \r.z x&\v\i.--. I ,v- ?? - y. STOCK' ' EXCHANGE OF I- S. i_ 414-0 0 P. -L IE. '? . ?? '-'-' '?' - *? I ? ?' il;E;M B^E B&' . ' ' -?'?-' ' / ?:. ??' - ' ' j Thompson, 'K.D.', - ' Gibson, R.' , ? ? ?TayknyH.-W:;-.-- : Gregory, J. A. Matheson, G-McL.-. Court, A. - Tumbiill, A. P.-- \rCheesborough, O. j , Hair;:R. L. -. :.. .. Hocking, S. E. | ',Whitford,T. ?/ ,.'. Whittaker, J. 7v. -; '' Parsons, 'H.1?G'.' ';. -,' -lee,.,!. P. \ \ Hair T. ? ? '' ' ' ' 'Cassidy, J. '; 'Henriques/G.- Wells; R. / , - . ? . Westbn,' «. /'- - O.'Methan, Br Grav, Gen. ' . Fisher, W. fL L.-i.e,G. & ' ' Gienfcll.N. '. E.OO ?.:?-. ill, J... . -^ ;\ ;i! J-iv'.' Jl^.Thii.'^'X, '? ' . j- .u &-. -? -''V- - A PPLICATIONS for the posit .-.'-- =? ' Jt\.' Secretary to the Kalgoorlie v ?-;'-_ -: .-change w...

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TELEGRAMS. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.] THE SHARE MARKET Adelaide, Sept. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 September 1895

;. TELEGRAMS. From our Special Correspondent.] THE SHARE MARKET Adelaide, Sept. 16. ? Hannans Centrals. 63 2d, 7s; Ivan hoe South Extended, 2s 6'd, 3s 3d, 3s ; Island, Lake Austin, 6s 8d ; Monte Christo, pd, 5s, 5s 3d, eon, 4s ; Norse man, 8s; Premier, 7s lOd j Royal Dane, 6s 6d, 7s 3d, 7s 2d ; Axioms, con, Is 4d ; Bayley's Consols Is 7|-d. Is 7d ; Block 45, 7s 5d, 7s, 7s 7d j Croe sus, 4s 5d, 4s 6d; Coolgardies, 43,. 44s 6d, 41s 8d ; Fortune of War, 4s 4d t Golden Bar, 23s 3d, 22s, 22s 6d ; -Great Boulder, £7 7s, £7 8s ; Ivanhoe, .34s 6d ; Lake View, 42s 9d ; London derry Consols, 3s 3d ; 3s ; 3s 6d ; Lon donderry South Extended, 2s 2d, 2s 4d; Lady Mary, Us 4jd, Us 9d, Us 7^d ; Mt Charlotte S, 2s Id, 2s ; Mantana. -;on, 22s, 22s 6d, 21s ; Maritana Cen tral, Is 9d, Is lOd, Is 3d ; Royal Mim. pd, 21s 3d ; eon, 14s ; Tindals, pd, 1 3,. 15s ; . Victory United, 5s 9&, 5s lud ; 'Reefer's Eureka, 5s 9d.

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(By Urgent Wire.) Adelaide, September 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 September 1895

? \ ? rBv Ursent Wire.) Adelaide, September MS. . Croesus, 15s 6d . Tindal's, It3s, 18s ?Great Bouldera,'£7 3s ' [ ?Coolgardies, 41s Maritana, 22s Coolgardib, Sept 16. „; Londonderry Consols, Ss Id Lake Views, 40s Bayley's Consols, 3s 6d Bayley's No 1 South, 6s 6d -] Tindals, 16s ! 1 Maritana, 22s ,- .' Great Boulder, £7 Ss Croesus, 15s 6d ' jJ.'^ Coolgardie, 41s *?.-*?' CtWLGAXDTK. S^t W*. ,,.',., Warden Finnerty 'was ?dc^-v'--' and unable to take his seat in th-e j. ?. ce court this ffio a-ing.

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