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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 September 1895
JAMES McDONALD Timber Merchant, Hannan Street, Hannan's. &nbsp; Building and Mining Timber of all kinds. MULLED ALE and PORTER, &nbsp; HOT SPICED WINE, 9d. Per Glass, at J. G. ALDERDICE'S (Late L. Geoghegan) BLACK SWAN SALOON, KALGOORLIE. DAVID CHANDLER BUTCHER, WHITE FEATHER is prepared to supply the best of meat &nbsp; NONE BUT THE BEST BEEF AND MUTTON KEPT. M. DONELLAN'S &nbsp; CRITERION HOTEL, KANOWNA, (White Feather), &nbsp; 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 Beautifully Furnished Rooms, including Bedrooms, Large Concert Hall, Parlors &c. with First-class Piano. Bathrooms &c Good Stabling, plenty of horse feed and water. None but the Best Liquors sold. M. DONELLAN, Proprietor, Late of Royal Mail Hotel Broken Hill. CURRAN and Co. &nbsp; Beg to inform the inhabitants of Hannan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 September 1895
SPECIAL NOTICE &nbsp; To &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SURVEYORS ARCHITECTS &nbsp; &nbsp; DRAUGHTSMEN Etc, etc, To be obtained at the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 'ARGUS' OFFICE, &nbsp; Hannan-street, Drawing Paper Tracing Cloth &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Tracing Paper Indian Ink &nbsp; Paints China Wells &nbsp; &nbsp; Brushes Pencils &nbsp; &nbsp; Crow Quills Instruments &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Drawing Pins &nbsp; Yictorians &nbsp; The ' Argus ' ' Australasian,' &nbsp; ' Age ' and ' Leader ' can be ob- tained every week at the Argus Office. &nbsp; PHILP and ROYLE, &nbsp; BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS, &nbsp; HANNAN STREET, &nbsp; Kalgoorlie. And at Coolgardie. &nbsp; &nbsp; Large Stock of &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;...
THE KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 September 1895
THE KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1895. It has been suggested that as the easiest and most profitable method of making &nbsp; these vast interior goldfields of the colony as successful as nature intended them to be, the Government should borrow largely, and lend money to the holders of the mines at 10 per cent. If Sir John Forrest were to go to London with a request for £25,000,000 at 4 per cent, for the purpose of opening up these fields, the very vastness of the scheme would carry it through. The British public would be taken by the &nbsp; bait of a gamble in mining with 4 per cent. per annum guaranteed by the State, and money is now so plentiful that it is almost certain that the loan would be subscribed many times over. With this money it would be possible to lend to each mine or group of mines, on a 10 per cent. basis, sufficient capi- &nbsp; tal to sink for water, and erect machin= ery. The owners of each group could jointly g...
Items of News [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 September 1895
ITEMS OF NEWS Our cablegrams this morning an- nounce that Mr G. P. Doolette, for- merrly of Adelaide, is about to marry &nbsp; Miss Lily Dale, a daughter of the &nbsp; Rev Dr Dale, who visited Australia &nbsp; at the time of the Congregational Jubilee in the colonies. Mr Doolette has made another enormous fortune out of the Great Boulder group of mines and has been in London some time. His sister, Miss Harriot Doo- lette, who has been keeping house for her brother for some time past in Eng land, was recently married to Lord George Perry Hartley. Mr J. B. Doolette, who is now in Kalgoorlie, is brother of the bride and the bridegroom elect. Among the visitors at present in &nbsp; town are Mr Peter Wood of the firm of Gilbert Wood and Co, MrMcEwin, the maker of the well known Glen Ewin jams, and Mr A. J. .Roberts, an Adelaide broker, all of whom are in conjunction with Mr Joe Walsh ac- &nbsp; quiring considerable mining interests in the field. Mr...
Kalgoorlie Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 September 1895
Kalgoorlie Municipal Council. Present : — Mr. J. Wilson, (Mayor), and Crs. Lee, Ward, and Roberts. Water Supply The Mayor reported that Mr Jobson &nbsp; advised certain questions should be answered by Mr Drysdale as to his scheme. He had heard that the Coun- cil could get a large revenue from the bore by selling water. Cr Ward agreed, and suggested that a guarantee be got from Mr Drysdale that he would supply the town. Cr Lee was inclined to think that the Government should be asked to put up a pump at the bore, and the Council could lease it to Mr Drysdale, or supply him with water. He moved that the Government be asked to erect a pump, and put the dam in order, and to hand over the lot to the Council. Cr Roberts seconded as it was time something was done. It now looked like a water scare, and would be the same so long as water was supplied by &nbsp; private enterprise. &nbsp; The motion was carried. Correspondence. A letter was received from the Lands and S...
WEST AUSTRALIA. PERTH, Sept. 16. SHOCKING ACCIDENT. A SHUNTER FRIGHTFULLY MUTILATED. W.A. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 September 1895
WEST AUSTRALIA. Perth, Sept. 16. SHOCKING ACCIDENT. A SHUNTER FRIGHTFULLY MUTILATED. W.A. FOOTBALL. &nbsp; A shocking accident occurred at the railway station yesterday morning to a young man named Francis Wall, late a Rhunter. Between 4 and 5 o'clock &nbsp; yesterday morning he was shunting at the Perth goods shed, and slipped be- tween two trucks that were in motion. He was mutilated and frightfully in- jured, and there is little hope of his recovery. One arm was almost severed, and the head terribly crushed. Directly the accident was noticed the train was stopped with as little delay as possible, and the unfortunate young man extri- cated from his terrible position. &nbsp; Fremantle kicked 7 goals 1 1 behinds against' the Imperial's 4 goals 6 be- hinds. The Rovers kicked 7 goals 7 behinds against West Perth's nil.
A TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE. SHIPWRECK AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 September 1895
A TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE. SHIPWRECK AT SEA. The ship Shaw arrived on Saturday, &nbsp; and the captain reported that in lat 12 he met a boat containing the captain, first and second officers, and 5 others. belonging to the ship Prince Oscar. When picked up they were feeling the pangs of hunger and thirst, having been 3 days and nights without food or water. The captain of the Prince Oscar stated that his boat was run down by another vessel unknown, and the Oscar being cut below water level was abandoned. She soon went down, and the boat was kept in the vicinity until day break, when no sign of any other vessel was seen. It is believed that she foundered, and the whole crew drowned. The Shaw met the steamer Capaca bound to London, and placed the shipwrecked persons on board.
Victoria. FITZROY FOOTBALLERS PREMIERS. GEELONG AGAIN BEATEN. Melbourne, Sept. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 September 1895
Victoria. FITZROY FOOTBALLERS PREMIERS.. GEELONG AGAIN BEATEN. &nbsp; Melbourne, Sept. 16. Fitzroy, 3 goals 4 behinds, drew with South Melbourne, 3 goals 5 behinds, and secured the premiership for the season. Port Melbourne, 1 goal, defeated Geelong, 9 behinds. Williamstown, 9 goals, defeated St Kilda, 4 goals 8 behinds. Collingwood, 7 goals 6 behinds, beat Carlton, 3 goals. North Melbourne, 6 goals 2 behinds, beat Essendon, 4 goals 6 behinds.
South Australia. A TARDY RECOGNITION OF MERIT. Adelaide, Sept 16 [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 September 1895
South Australia. A TARDY RECOGNITION OF MERIT. Adelaide, Sept 16 The Government has received cable advices from the Colonial Office stating that the widow of the late Hon. S. C. &nbsp; Hawker will take precedence and title as if a knighthood had been conferred on her late husband. Adelaide, Sept 15 The Port Darwin health officer has been ordered to inspect vessels arriving from Singapore, on account of the &nbsp; cholera there. . A number of lumpers at Port Ade- laide have threatened to strike owing to the shipowners not adhering to the recent agreement. The resignation of the medical super- &nbsp; intendent of the hospital, Dr V *:---?. has been accepted.
CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 September 1895
[?] Mr G. P. Doolette of Adelaide, &nbsp; &nbsp; widower, who is largely interested in W.A. gold mining, is engaged to be married to Miss Lizzie Dale, daughter of the late Rev Dr Dale of Birming- ham, a well known Congregational minister. Three thoroughbred stallions and three thoroughbred mares have been purchased on behalf of Mr Doolette. The house of Amy Sherwin has been burgled and valuable jewellery and &nbsp; costumes abstracted. &nbsp; The Central Wealth of Nations Co, of £160.000, is registered, 100,000 shares being .issued. The Miner's Dream, Coolgardie, with a capital of £25,000, has been registered. 30,000 shares being offered to the public. Menzie's Golden Age, with a capital &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; of £100,000, is registered and sub scriptions are invited for 70,000 v'~ J &nbsp; The Stray, Shot Gold Mines, T uIm i-1: ?! . ' are issuing 80,000 shares. The Kal- &nbsp; goorlie Great Western Mine, capital ...
KALGURLI STOCK EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 September 1895
KALGURLI STOCK EXCHANGE. &nbsp; The opening meeting of the Kalgur- li Stock Exchange was held on Mon- day at noon, and the members will now meet daily at the same hour for the transaction of business. The only sale &nbsp; made at the first meeting was 25 Cool= &nbsp; gardies at 41s, which were purchased by Mr Matheson from Mr R. L. Hair. The following are the quotations: — Cosgroves, s, 7s 9d 5 Croesus, s, 14s , b, 13s ; Coolgardies, sales, 41s ; Han- nans Centrals, s, £2 10s ; Hainault, s, &nbsp; £3 15s; Maritanas, b, 20s; Monte Christo, con. b, 4s 6d; Mt Charlotte old, s, £120, b, £100; New Chum Murchison, s, 25s, b, 24s ; Persever- &nbsp; ance, Boulder, b, £2 ; Royal Mint, con. h, 13s 6d, s, 14s 6d ; Thornett's Rrn Hill,.b, 3s ; Kalgurli Brewing Co., s, 10s.
Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 September 1895
Mining Notes. Very much better ore is being met with in driving north on the main lode at the Mount Charlotte mine. Gold is showing in the face and the manager estimates the &nbsp; value of the dirt at from 1½ to 2oz per; to The formation is very wide. The main lode has not yet been struck in the other por- tions of the mine but work is being rapidly proceeded with and it is expected that the main lode will be opened up at four differ- ent points 2000ft apart in a very short time. The Bardoc mine at Bardoc, formerly known as the Bank of England, is opening up well since the development of the pro- &nbsp; perty was taken in hand by an English company. Rich gold has been struck at a &nbsp; depth of 12ft in the new shaft and in the south drive at a depth of 56ft the reef is &nbsp; opened out to 5ft in width, showing good gold all through it. ? &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The wes...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 17 September 1895
WESTERN ARGUS AND KALGOORLIE MINER Office : &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; HANNAN STREET, &nbsp; Adjoining Exchange Hotel. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; INKS. STEPHEN'S, ANTONIE'S, and FEDERAL Blue Black, Red, Violet and Copying Prices from 3d upwards. BOOKS Parcels arrive direct from London by &nbsp; every mail. Latest publications &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; on sale. NEWSPAPERS Newspapers from all parts are on sale &nbsp; at the Argus Office. Store- &nbsp; keepers and Sub-agents sup- plied at Wholesale Rates. CASH BOXES A Splendid Assortment, with Strong &nbsp; Locks. All Sizes. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; STATIONERY &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Of Every description, in the Best &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Qualitie...
KALGURLI STOCK EXCHANGE. Thursday, Sept 19 [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 September 1895
KALGURLI STOCK EXCHANGE. Thursday, Sept 19 The following, were the quotations at the noon meeting of. the Exchange ?— Block 45 (Kelly's Victory), con, b, 8s: Croesus, con, b, 15s 6d ; Coolgardies, b, 42s ; Daybreaks, b, . 3s 4d, s, 3s 9d ? Hannans Reward (Hannans Hill) b b, £2 2s 6d,..s, £2 7s -5d ; Hit or Miss Central, s, £6 ; Maritana, con, b, 23s 6d ; Monte CliristOj. pro,, b, 5*, s, 7s 6.d ; con,.b, 4s; Royal Mint, b, 15s 6d, s, -16s ; Eureka Extended, 10s ; Han nans Brewery, pro, s, 1.0s ; con, b, 4s, s, 5s.
TELEGRAMS. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.] South Australia. SHARE MARKET (By Urgent Wire.) Adelaide, September 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 September 1895
TELEGRAMS. From our Special Cohhespondent.] South. Australia. SHARE MARKET (By Urgent Wire.) ..-.,. Adelaide, September ] 9. Great Boulders, £7 Is Moons, 13s 6d - Golden Bars, 25s t Royal Mints, 16s ? ' Maritana, 24s Coolgardies, 39s 6d , ? - ? Maritana North, £17 - '' ' ' Lake .Views, 38^. Croesus; 15s 6d Hannans Cen., pd, 10s; Ivanlme Sth *** Ex, 4s, 4s 5d,, 4s 3d ;- Island, Lake Austin, 6s 7d, 6s 4d ; Monte Chrsto, I'd, 6-s 5d, 6s 9d ; Norseman, 6s Ad, 9s; . Premier, 9s 3d, 9s; Reefer's Eureka, 5s, 5s lid, Gs 2.1 ; Block 45, 9s 9d, 10s 9d ; Coolgardies. 37s 6d, 37s 9d ; Co - groves, 6s l(j(J, 6s; Croesus, ' 16s, 15a 3d, 15s 4£d ; CWsns Ex. 2s 8d, 2-- 7d ; Fortune of. War, 4s 2d, 4s ; Gol den Bar, 22s 9d,.24s Gd ; Great Boul der. £7 4s ; Lady Mirv . 18s 6d, 13s 10|d; Lake View, 37s.' 37s 6-1 ; ].on-' doriderry 'Consols, 3s 6 I, ^^cl, -Vis 7£d; Londonderry Sth Ex;'; :i-§ f2(|^ 2s ; 6cl -r Maribana, con, 24s 6d, 24s -'7|dj 24s; Moons, Us, 7-|d, 13s 6d; Mantanii Central, 2s lOd, 2s 7...
A.J.C. SPRING MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 September 1895
A.J.C. SPRING ;MEE TING The A. J.C. Spring Meeting was hold yesterday, when . the results wt-ru- as ca follows :. Spring' . Mniden Shakes, lt ' Rewi, (Cook);;.- 2,j Onward (Orr) ; 3, Inspiration (Gougii) Betting, 5 to 2 Onward : 4 to 1 Rewi, Metropolitan Stakes, 1.- Nobleman (Gainsford) ; 2, Wood Ibid (King) ; 3, Ruenalf (Moran). Betting, 3 to 1- Quiver ; 4 to 1 Trier; 5 to 1 Coral ie ; 12 to 1 Nobleman. New Stakes, 1, Vivian (Ellis) ;- 2, Manlicher (Gallagher) ; 3} porm (par. ker).. Betting, 4 to 1 Valiant ; 3 to 1 Man licher; 5 to 1 Vivian. First Steeplechase, 1, Waterbury (Ryan) ; 2,.Ballyhooley (Underwood); 3, Spanker (Rheece). Betting, 5 to 1 Waterbury'. Squatters' Handicap, 1, Hindoo (Clear) ; 2, Gayoreina (Cook) ; 3, Mess mate (Gough).
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 September 1895
PROSPECTUS OP THE ?:- No Liability, Hannans, W.A. '.'''-. ' Capital : £20, 000, divided into 40,000 Shares ; ? ' ' ' of 10s Each; ' , ' , .- ?15,000 fully paid-up shares will be .-. 'issued to the vendors in pait payment '. of the property. - '.. ' The baliance, 25,000 shares, are ', offered to the public for subscription, ;it 2s p--r share on application, 2s on allotment, and the balance (if required) .' .in. e«ills not to exceed 6d per share per . month. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS. O. E Elburn, Esq., General Manager for Western Australia of the Golden ? ' ' Arrow Gold Mining Co., Ltd. ?; A. A. Niiumann, Esq., Local Director of the Black Fiag Proprietary Co. Alex. Forbe«, Esq., Local Director of ? the New Victoria Consols G.M. Co. ? Thos. Stoddart, Esq., Managing Direc tor Coolgardie Carrying Co., Ltd. A. J. Diamond, Esq., (Messrs Diamond and Sons, Merchants, Fremantle). W. Griffith?, Esq., M.P., Adelaide. BANKERS : ? ' The Bank of New South Wales, Cool - gardio. ' - solicitors :. ? ' ?...
THE KALGOORLIE MINER. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 September 1895
THE KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. &nbsp; FRIDAY, 1 SEPTEMBER 20, 1895. The fable of '' The Monkey and the Nuts' fairly illustrates the present &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; phase of the agitation proceeding &nbsp; on 'the fields in favor of increased representation. The movement was &nbsp; &nbsp; started in Coolgardie, and all executive authority is retained within the grasp &nbsp; of the self-appointed leaders who per- mit none to share- in the control of the game, save members of their own &nbsp; little clique living in their town. The outside centres, and especially Kal- goorlie, are to be made catspaws to pull out of the fire the nuts desired by the Monkey. otherwise, the old capital of the gold field.. Feeling its power &nbsp; gradually slipping from its grasp, as its younger and more vigorous rival, Kalgoorlie, more and more keenly struggles with it for the position of chief town of the great interior g...
West Australia A SPLENDID CRUSHING. EARLY ARRIVAL OF COACHES. PROPOSED SALE OF TOWN BLOCKS. Coolgardie, Sept. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 September 1895
West Australia. A SPLENDID CRUSHING. EARLY ARRIVAL OF COACHES. PROPOSED SALE OF TOWN BLOCKS. &nbsp; &nbsp; Coolgardie, Sept. 19. &nbsp; Owing to the interruption of the line at Eucla no urgent wires were received at Coolgardie yesterday. A bulk trial of 5 tons 13 cwt of stuff from the Union Jack mine gave the splendid return of 37ozs 8dwts of smelted gold. The quartz was taken out of a reef near the surface and the lode shows gold very freely in the shaft. At the council meeting last night it was decided to urge the Government to put up for sale all the surveyed blocks at the north of the town instead of only 140, as now intended; also to &nbsp; urge the Government to take steps to provide Coolgardie and the district with an adequate water supply for the summer months. In future the coach will start from &nbsp; the head of the line and stop at &nbsp; Woolgangie the first night, reaching &nbsp; Coolgardie about 2 p.m.
Items of News [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 September 1895
c Items of News That the residents o£ Coolgardioare rapidly becoming seized of the impor- tance of Kalgoprlie as a business &nbsp; place is every day becoming more and more evident. One of the latest arri- vals is Mr J. H. Horwood, M.C.E., A.M.I. C. E. Like many others in our neighboring 'city,' Mr Horwood has decided to open a branch office, and we have no hesitation in saying that he will have no reason to regret the decision. Mr Horwood, besides being the appointed engineer of Messrs Bewick, Moreing and Co, for whom he is carrying out tramways, waterworks, etc, some eighteen months ago re- signed the professorship of Mining Engineering and Mining Surveying in the B.allarat School of Mines to &nbsp; &nbsp; take the appointment of engineer-in- charge for the contractor, Joseph McDowell, on the Northam-Southern Cross railway, and since its completion started a thriving practice in Cool- gardie. We understand Mr.Horwood &nbsp; is making a specialty of ...