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THE FRENCH IN MADAGASCAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 October 1895
T-iiE FRENCH IN MADA GASCAR. Tie report of the capture of Antan anarivo, the capital of Madagascar, by the French troops, is confirmed. The o-npfure on Monday was preceded by Ijril iaiit action oi the troops, both sMes fighing with conspicuous bravery. A treaty of peace was entered into on Tuesday and is subject -to ratification by General Melziner, Governor of the capital. M. Faure, the French President, has cabled to General Duchcsnp, Com inander-iu-Chief of the French army in Madagascar, an expression of the nation's thanks t- him and his troops. A medal will be struck in commemora tion of the achievement Under the t( rms of peace it is arranged that the French will undertake to retain Queen Itanavalona on the throne and will probab-'y depose and banish Rainilairi vbny, her husband, who as Prime Minister established a stringent pro tecl orate over the island. A strong Frpnch garrison will re main in the capital. The black troops in the service of the Republic will guard the coast...
Dimensions for Pegging out Leases. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 October 1895
Dimensions for Pegging out Leases. The following useful information has been compiled by Mr Innes, the registrar at the Ninety-Mile, and will doubtless save a lot of trouble if observed when pegging out. Acre — 100 x 50 paces. A 6-acre block — 11 x 5£ chains, or 242 x 121 yards; A 10-acre block — H% x 7 chairs, or 312 x 156 yards. . A 12-acre block — 15 x 8 chains, or 340 x 170 yards. A 15-acre block — 17 chains 50 links x 8 chains 60 links, or 385 x 191 yards An 18-acre block — 19 x 9£ chains, or 420 x 210 yards. A 20-acre block — 20 x 10 chains, or 40 x 220 yards. A 22-acre block — 21 x 10| chains, or462 x 231 yards. A 24 acre block — 22 x 11 chains or 484 x 242 yds
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 October 1895
np.ENDERS for SINKING main ~X thaft a further depth of 100ft ~ ? for the n^inault G.JM. Coy?, Limited '~* ' will be received until 16th October. ? Specifications can be seen on appli eat'on (o'llio'Mauager on the Mine. JOHN RUTHERFORD, ' Manager. T7~ALG00RLIE GOLD MINING J\. and PROSPEOTING IJ^i;^: SYNDICATE . . . WANTED 25 MINERS, ».' ...... -.. .. Apply T. -F. WHITFORD; Australia Hotel. - - -' V. L. SOLOMON, .- .Mining Agent and Sharebroker, ^ Register. Chambers, ADELAIDE. TJ1LOTA.TION of Mining Properties JU in favorable positions, with.good prospects, under! akeu. .; Telegraphic ~- tbuyii.g or selling orders promptly at ended to. Representative at Kalgoorlie, George P. Djiane. ? Rose and Shamrock Gold Mining Company. ' ' T | Lenders are invited for Sinking a JL Main Shaft 100ft, 10 x 4. Specifications and further particulars can be seen at my office: Tenders to be in by October 17. ' Neither the highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. A . Yehxon Hb'iivey. W 9 . t i 'c Jf...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 October 1895
EIETHERST0KHAU6H .- MINING AGENT, STOCK and SHARE^ BROKER, AfiEXT FOR COOLGARDIE CARRYING Co,, LTP. 9 EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, KALGOORLIE. F*^A. MARQUIS3, Auctioneer,' Share /broker ami Mining Agent,- Hannan Street, Kalqoorlie. Agents in Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Coolgardie, and- London. Mining properties floated, secretaryships undertaken, warden's court work al ten- ded to. Agoncies-Imperial Fire Insurance Co Fire risks taken at tariff rates. Na tional Mutual Life Association. Life assur ances effected. Paling and Co, pianos and organs A BICKERTON and Co., Steam Saw A . Millers, next M 'Donald's well, beg to announce that they have started their mill and are prepared- to receive orders- lor Mining and Building Timber. Satisfaction Guaranteed, \\ J. W. LYALL, Manager. IMPORTANT NOTICE.- \ .Jro the inhabitants of Hanuans, Great Boulder and surrounding districts. _ LYONS & CHANDLER, BUTCHERS, - i.RE Opening their premises at A Ilannan-strect, on the 27th inst, then they will bo ...
Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 October 1895
[?] We were iiifonftcdon Sunday .by the .secretary, of the reception committee* (Mr P. Whflan)jhat Mr Davifct liail wired him stating that ho hoped to arrive ? at Kalgoorlie this afternoon- (Monday). On Sunday evening the condition of Mr. W. K. Thompson, laanag r ©f the local branch of the W.A. Bank, who was recently admiited into the hos pital suffering from a severe cold, still remained unchanged. The Hospital Committee met on. Sunday evening to consider applica fions for the position of secretary. Eight applications were received and that of Mr. J. A. Cotton, late of- the Dewsbury Infirmary, England, was accepted. A meeting of the committee formed to make arrangements for Mr Michael Davitt's reception was held in the Ex change Hotel on Saturday evening. A large contingent from the Boulder at tended to assi&t tlrcm in making Mr Davitt's visit a success The Mayor, who presided, spoke at length on Mr Davitt's career, and pointed out the im portance of paying heed to Mr Davit...
KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 October 1895
KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY ? ~ MONDAY. OCTOBER 14, 1895, Enthusiastic Irishmen are every where thoughout the district to-day expectantly awaiting the arrival of their distinguished countiyman, Mr. Michael Davitt, who, for the last quarter of- a century, has been one of the most prominent figm es in Irish affairs. During his adventurous , career; Mr. Davitt has given abundant evidence of the posses.'ion of that oratorical brilliancy, and whole-hearted enthusiasm which has com© to be re garded ' as a characteristic of the Hibernian politician, and his rapid ascension from the aitizan ranks to the responsible and honored po^itic-n o€ & member of the English House of Com mons, with 'the acquisition of a high reputation as .a_ journalist, essayist, author and 'public lecturer; furnishes another -instance of' the ^possibility of -genius^and* r.nergysucce-sfnl'y com balin2[r,th(j-di-ad vantages of huinhle 'birth ' and- scanty euueation. The radicalit^n-lency^of Mr Davitt's po...
SATURDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (By Urgent Wire.) Adelaide, October 12, 11.20 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 October 1895
SATURDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (By Urgent Wire.) Adelaide, October 12, 11.20' a.m: ? Lake Views, 5 /s ! Croesus, 15s 6d Tindals, 12s Gd Victory United, 6s lOd Golden Bars, 16s lOd Great Boulder, £6 19s Coolgardie, 53s 6d ? Golden Zone, paid, 8s 4d, con 7s IIcT Reefer's Eureka, 13s 4^d. buyers Ivantioes Sth Extended, 6s id Croesus Extended, 3s lOd Maritana Central, 5s Maritana North, 6s ' Maritana Extended, 2s 6M Royal Dane, paid, 10s 3d . Mount Charlotte Central,' 2s 7d Londonderry South Extended 2s id' Block 45, 17s 6Vl Premier, 1 2s . .
ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. Adelaide, Oct. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 October 1895
ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. Adelaide, Oct. 11. Broken Hill Proprietary, 42s 3d, 42s Gd British, old, 8s 9d Central Broken Hill, 23s Gd South, paid, 13s, 14s Junction North, 4s lid, 4s 10d. 5s 2d Great Boulder, £6 15s, £o 19s, £G 18s Gd Block 45, 17s. 17s 3d Coolgardies, 50-i, 4S- 61, 53s Gd Croesus Extended, 3s 7d, 3s '9cl, 3s G]d .Golden Bar, 14s 91 Golden Zone, paid. 7s 9-1, 7s 5d, em., 7s Gd, 7s 2d, 7s Ivanhoe South Extended, Gs lOd, 6s 4d Lake View. 53s M, 53s Londonderry Consols, 2s:i9d Londonderry South Extended,' 2s frT, 2s 3d' Maritana, con., 21s, 20-s 9d, 2ls 6d Maritana Central, 4s 10d, 4s 6d Maritana North, 4s 8-1, 6s Id Maritana Extended, 2s Gd, 2s 4 1. 2* 7d Norseman, 9s 81. Ss 9d Tindals, p lid, 12s 3d, I2s Victory United, Gs lOd, 6s 5d Hannan's Central, paid, 12s 6d, Us Sd Hannans Central, con., 9'3 Cd, 93 9'»l Brown Hill Junction, 3s 9d Island Lake Austin, 5s 4d, 5s 3d Reefer's Eureka, 12s9d Mount Charlotte Central, 2s lOd, 2s lid, 2s 6iV ivxounc uenson, ;s 01 Kirkpatri...
LAKE LEFROY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 October 1895
LAKE LEFROY. (From our own Correspondent.)' Operations here are now somewhat brisk J and mining matters are lively. From the recently pegged blocks south of the Champion claim all along the Christmas reef, Imperial, up to the Perseverance mine, there are good prospects, and the results are encourag ing. This part of the west will cer tainly be a great mining centre, while in the near future we shall hear the noise of a battery at work on the Christmas claim, of which Captain Castle has the management. The well-known South Australian expert, Captain W. Hoskingr, has once more achieved great success in his management of the Imperial claim?, his intercolonial experience . being of special service to him here. He will be prepared, for a short time, to in spect other properties. A telegraph line to Norseman ton is being surveyed, and a petition is on the move for the establishment of a station hero, near the battery,. the centre of our I population. . , Our population is a lively one. Th...
Share Market. PERTH EXCHANGE. Perth, October 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 October 1895
Share Market. PKRTH EXCHANGE. Perth, October 12L Coolgardie, s 55s Cosgroves, 7s Boulder Centrals, con 11s Gd Golden Bar, 15s Ivanhoe South Extended, 7s Lake; View, 5Gs Maritana, 24s Maritana Central, 5s 6d' Marirana North-, 6s 5-V ? Moons, 10s 9d ' Monte Christo, paid, &3, con, 4s &ML Premier, 12s 6d Reefer's Eureka, 15a Mount Charlotte East, 4s Tindals, 13s
The Golden Bar Crushing. MINE TO BE CLOSED DOWN. COOLGARDIE, October 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 October 1895
The Golden Bar Crushing'. MINE TO BE CLOSED DOWN. (By Telegraph.) (From our o'.vn- Corre.-p -inlent.) CooLaA'KDiBj-Ojtobfi1 !;3. - For nnrc ibai- a week -now ifc has iKjeii'im open secret' that- tlie Gulden Bar crushing, fr.un which su -h sph ndid results were anticipated, had been a sorry failure, anci-shares have in conse quence bsen fallino: at a -great rate. JList Friday week manager R -bertson forwarded I he returns of the crushing -to the directors in' Adelaide, but fur some reason or other the details have not y-et be'n made public here. O.i Saturday morning, however, the mau 'ager received instructions- to cljse down ,'the mine and dismiss all hands. This deter. nination on the part of the ''ciirecfc'irjs cannot fail to provoke deep regret even amongst those who are fortu nate enough to escape, pecuniary loss 'thereby, 'but it is safe to say that the plucky Adelaide shareholders, whohave already spent some thousands of pounds on the' property, will not be backward in putting...
TELEGRAMS. New South Wales THE DEAN CASE. SYDNEY, October 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 October 1895
TELEGRAMS New South Wales THE DEAN CASE. Sydney. October 12. Dean is placed in a special cell at Darlinghuret gaol, and is kept under strict observation in case he tries to commit euicide. The prison authorities regard Dean as one of the most re markable men m-1io has been in their charge. The Court was crowded yes t-rday whon the charge of perjury against Dean was called. The police Jearcd the Court under instructions. The bench was crowded with, justices of the peace and politicians. '1 he case is paitly heard.
SPORTING. MELBOURNE, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 14 October 1895
SPORTING. '.: J (by telegraph.) /?«??? ?? Melbourne,; Friday night.1 '? 'There is- exie,-ry- prospect ' oi-;-fins weather and:, a Marge Attendance , at Caulfield to-in.prrow. A': Carltpn was scratched, f or the Caulfield Qup. Those; left' for the Delrutarit'e Stakes of lialf a mile are as follow^ :-^- Ammunition, Kadok, Ra;lk, F[rsf Master, The Officer, BrigWt Eyqs, Contempt, Norroy Pluvius, ?' yA!rcola/' Thunder Queen, Levar; 'Af'inki,-a filly by Carbine — Evi-», K;iYig'uTandL Those; -left in the Toorak Handicap, of one mile are Eii King, Solanura, J5, Mostyn, Foxtail, Ascot Vale, Marusa, Monastery, Royal Rbsn, Figaro, The Buccaneer. Tinstream, Gaillardia. Merman, Vindicator, The Heroine, Damper, Toreador, Division, Our J;ic!c, Reconstruction, Trentham, Cobalt, Creme d'Or, Trentside. Pibchory, Acton. Monastery and Cobalt have incurred a 31b. penalty. ? Burrabari executed a splendid gallop of a mile and a half at Caulfield this ? morning, covering the distance in 2min. 42.^sec. Newm...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 15 October 1895
The following are the names of the pas sengers who arrived at and departed from Kalgoorlie on Monday : — Arrivals : Mrs Snell, Messrs Plugge, Moiilin, Lynch (2), Humphries, Paton, Drysdale, Fragile, Abbott 'Nicholls, Hawke, Uonnell, Miller, Rodda, Zimmerman an I Wood. Departures : Messrs Hoffman, S trbou, .Wilson, Johns, Maffiae, Davis and Botwerlh. '?a; public Sweeting ' -^Vill'bVhelcf, ?'?' THIS 'E-VENINf}1, ' October the 15th, At Eight o'clock, M QUIGLEY'S ASSEMBLY 'ROOXIS^ For the purpose of considering the necessity i.\istiuj£ fur. 1 he Kiectiou i.f a \OA.THOLiO CliUROll Ab r - HANNAN'S, and a suitable RESIDENCE for a Catholic Pastor. The MEliriXG will be addressed by 'his Lordship the Bishop of Perth, On. GIBNEY, .. t!ie Rev. Father Duff, and others interested in the project. M/» MICHAEL DAVITT '- will prob.iLly be present and address ihu meeting. T. B. CHAPLIN, I Honorary J. J. .C'OF&EY, I Secretaries.' S 'NOTICE. DURING MY' ABSENCK from the colonv Mr C. R. oum:jra.k-...
WHITE FEATHER. October 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 15 October 1895
I^HITE FEATHER. (EYom our own Correspondenl.) October 14. lhere has been increased activity in ?mining matters in and round the Feather during the past week. I liear on the best of authority that Messrs. P. J.JM'Manus and Spicer's new find, 12 -miles north of the Feather, has been sold for £10,000. It comprises 2 hi, and is named the General (Jordon. A shaft has been sunk to a depth of 14 fee fc, and at that depth the reef is three feet wide, showing fine gold right through the stone. On each side of the reef there is a lode formation of unknown width that carries gold as far as tried. I have also seen some very nice stone from the Call Back mine, situated at the 20-Mile (Hayes').- This- property is about three miles south of the famous Hit oi- Miss. The prospeetors have picked up Christian's line of reef, which at 28 feet is 3 feet 6 inches wide, carrying both coarse and fine gold. The stone is of a highly mineralised character, and outcrops right through the lease o? 12 acres, and...
LATER PARTICULARS. THE RUMOR DENIED. INSANITY IN THE FAMILY. Sydney, October 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 15 October 1895
LATER PARTICULARS. THE RUMOR DENIED. INSANITY IN THE FAMILY. Sydney, October 1.8. The Governor of the Darlinghurst gaol has given an emphatic denial to the statement that Dean attempted suicide. IEe states that as soon as the prisoner took on a melancholy mood and suicide was feared' h1? was closely guarded, an officer being in the cell and another out side the door. Dean, lie says, evinced no desire to .alee his life, and how the statement originated the gaol authorities are unable to to state, though they can say that it has not come from the prison. At the Central Police Court yester day the charge of perjury preferred against Dean was proceeded with. Wm, Paddley, a chemist's assistant, who was in tho employ of G. R. Smith when Dean obtained the poison front the shop, deposed that he ' made up the arsenic which was handed to Dean by Smith. After Furthcr evidence the Magistrate Mr. AVhittingdale Johnson, then com mitted Dean for trial at tho present sitting* of the Criminal Court....
New South wales THE DEAN CASE ALLEGED ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. sydney, October 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 15 October 1895
New South Wales THE DEAN CASE. A L L 'CG K 0 ATTEM PTED SUICIDE. . , Sydney, Oitohai;12. * A' sensational vuvnonr was circulated in Sydney yesterday concerning., the prisoner George Dean.; who is incar cerated in Darlinghurst gaol * It was stated that Dunn had developed melan cholia, and made a determined attempt to take his life in the cell. During tlie night, it is alleged, an attempt was made by the unfortunate man to strangle him self. He tore a blanket into shreds, and with one of these strips securely fastene to the bed attempted to choke himself. It is further alleged that the gaol authorities, hearing an unusual noise in the prisoner's cell, promptly entered and stopped the man's desperate attempt at self-destruction. The charge, of perjury against Dean was commenced at the Central Police Court yesterday. Hundreds of people endeavoured to gain admission, to the building, but wore unable to . doso-, and. the street was lined with large crowds. The presiding. Magistrate ordere...