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Proposed Catholic Church [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 October 1895
Proposed Catho&c Chur ch ?On Tuesday evening a meeting was held in Quigley's- Assembly Rooms, with the object of making arrangements for the erection of. a Catholic Church in the neighbourhood. His Lordship Bishop Gibney pre sided, and explained the- object ©£ the gathering. II8 ueferred to the need of a ehurciv and aJso-,bijought f onward 'a proposal -Ion the establishment ©f a Catholic- Sisterhood to engage in the' work of .marsing the sick. Mr Michael Davitt supported the remarks of His- LordshiD. and in ftln quent terms referred to the apprecia tion which, the Catholic- sisterhood! ha/1 gained 'throughout the would; He re ferred to the fact tiiat no denomina tional .prejudice would be allowed to enter into the matter. Mr-C: J,. Moran, M.F'., also referred to the great advantages which the Uishop. proposed to confer, xvpon tkt- people of Hannans by offering to bring out trained specialists, from. Ireland re quiring nothing in return but shelter and means of livelihood. He...
PERTH POLITICS AND THE GOLD FIELDS. INTERVIEW WITH MR. MORAN, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 October 1895
PERTH POLITICS AND THE GOLDFIELDS. INTERVIEW WITH Mr. MoRAN, M.P. On Tuesday morning a representa tive of the Kalgoorlie Miner waited on the member for the district, Mr C. .I) Meran, and was- granted an in;ter ' What is the sfate of aF airs' in political circles in Perth,' asked the reporter. ?' lhe particular work of tl.e session so far as Kalgoorlie is concerned,' re plied Mr Moran, ' was the passing of the Railway Bill. As soon as this line is completed and taken over by the Government the Kalgoorlie line is to be started. I asked the Government why it would not be possible to go on with the line in the same way as tbe contractor is doing at present with the line to Coolgardie. If. we have to wait until the Government take over the Coolgardie line, fully 12 months will elapse before the Kalgoorlie line I is started. There is no difficulty in the way of the contractors running the line as long as(they ke.?p to the schedule rates. ''''? :; ' ' It is also intended to erect a num ber...
INTERVIEW WITH MR. MICHAEL DAVITT. VIEWS ON COLONIAL AND HOME POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 October 1895
INTERVIEW WITH~M^. MICHAEL DAVITT. VIEWS ON COLONIAL AND HOME POLITICS. Mfe interview Mr. DavittT patrfot! reP°ytOr °f the Iri3h CC ITT IT i vveii, what ean I tell you F 'lour impressions of the mines* p~TaK1?Pliedthe--iimaMrt. '?' VV eli, I m not a mining expert, and as a pressman and, I presume, a man of intelhgence, you can easi^ appre ciate :my reasons for not givingmy opnaonshpre. By the tiao I return to England I hope to know more than I do now, and then I shall ^^edownmyimpressiomof -How does the last g^eiral election affect the. Home Rule movement 2' asked our representative. j 'Not in the least,' was tliP nmmnt lvly' ' Jfc Wil1 nofc hlake °»e idta of difference,- Mr Davitt continued:' After all the Tory victory is not so ? great as it is made out to be! Out of an electorate of six millions, ijf 50 000 of those who voted on the Tory side had transferred their support to the ? Liberals, the latter would have had a majority. As it is now, the present, administration will have ...
WHITE FEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 October 1895
WHITE FEATHER. ( From our own Correspondent.) Our first police court was held here j on Saturday last, when the Acting Warden, Mr Fieldingj assisted bv Mr Grey, adjudicated on a couple of cases. lhe most important of these was the case, of ono of eur- butchers, whom the police summoned for committing a nuisance by exposing bad meat, and I would like to take this oppor tunity of congratulating the police on the steps they are taking for the pre preservation of the public health. The other case consisted of one of our pub licans obstructing the police in the execution of their duty In both cases the police secured eon vie tious. | In reference to our local Exchange I am pleased ro hear that the 10 additional seats that were thrown open to the public at £20 per seat, are being rapidly taken up. It may interest your readers to know thai* the- committee have pur chased a block of land in a central position for- the- purpose- of erecting an Exchange, and! intend to build almost immediatel...
Share Market. MONDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET: (By Urgent Wire.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 October 1895
Share Market. ?MONDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET:. ' ? : : ?(% Urgent Wire.) ,? -- ?; Atlekide,. October: 15, 1L30 tf.mr*v. ,. -Lakes, 55a 3tl. . ;- , ? 'V\ , : Cijoqsus,. 16a ' ' *'--'?' I ?- Moons, 9s Premier, 13a . : .-?; -, . , - ,v- Victory United, Gs-lildi Golden Bars, l;0s9d ' ' J ' '? '?' Lady Ma^, Ss 6d Great Boulder,. £T: 4s- : ' ' '' '' ?*- '? Goolgardie, 55s -» ' : A4aritana 22s 2.d , J . I'«ai»hoes Sth Extended' 6s 3d Block 46;. 17a 6d Croesus Eistendedi 3s 2d, 3s 7d Haunaa?&. Centra^ con, 10s Gd Uolden Zone,. paid,. Ss ; con., 7s &;D Mantana,. Extended, 2s Gil ~ ? ' Royai Dane,, paid, 10s Gd, cou. 9s 6ti! Mannan s.Rieward North, 6s 2d Maritana North, 6s Id -' Hannan's- East,. 3&. 10d: ? SuM-MaoiTj.— Monthly GtelU Eeturns fon September:: Coolgardie,. 9660oz 2d;\vt Ggr,. value 'L36,708 8s 7d ; Yiljrarn,'. 824oz, L3131 4s; Murchison, 59~54.oz- 5dwt6gr, L22.626 3s lid; Pilbarra, lG26oz: L6178' 16s; Ashburton, 180oz 9dwt22gr, LG85 17s Sd. Total, 1 8,244 17s l...
SPORTING. CAULFIELD CUP ACCEPTANCES. LATEST BETTING. Melbourne, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 October 1895
SPORTING. j ? A— ? r- CAULFIELD CUP ACCEP .:?? TANCES. LATEST BETTING. j Melbourne, October 15. The acceptois for the Caul Held Cup are:— Havoc, Iiova, The Admiral, Devon, The Possible, Ruenalf, Atlas, Quiver, Bruin, Preston, Solatium, Music, Trenchant, Bonnie Scotland, J Aureus, Bradford, Chesterman, Al pine, Hopscotcii, Monastery, Taranaki, Burrabari, Royal Master, Damper, Ayshire, Perseas. Dulmllow, Taurus, Division, Mischief, Heroine, Strahan, Lord Richmond, Miraculeux, Waters fall, Trentham, Lena, Te Whiti, and' Damien. ' Melbourne, October 1.5. Betting was extremely spirited all day. Hopscotcii was supported to win £3000 over the Caulfield Cup at 6 to 1, 2000 to 200 was taken about Pre-- ton, and 10.000 to 800 Trenchant,, 100 to 8 Hova '_was taken 20 times, 100 to 7 Havoc taken 50 times, and 100 to G Bruin taken 80 times, 2000 to 100 The Admiral and Alpine, and at 100 to 4 Quiver was backed to win £4000, Monastery also being supported to win £3000 at the same fierure. For the ...
KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 October 1895
KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, O€TOBER 16:, 1895, In an interview with Miv 0. J. Moran ! a representative of the Kalgoorlie Miser gleaned some important facts regarding the state of afSairs at Perth, and the real^&ttifende of the Govern in ent towai^P&Fie goldfields. [t never . occurs to some people that the persons wh&make it their business to slisparage ' the Forrest Government often entirely misrepresent the case. For instance, one of the grounds of complaint which is repeatedly urged, is the supposed necessity of a new-comer waiting twelve -months before he can have his name registered on the electoral roll. Up i till recently that difficulty did exist, but the- rneyi Electoral Act provides for . quaifteuly' revisions of- the electoral -roll, i ' and,' said Mr Moran, in the course of the interview mention-ed,. ''the ]-rovision compelling aa eleato'^ to go to Southern .' Caoss in the case of his claim- to haye his name registered being disput...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 October 1895
T7* IBTHERST OK H AU G H MINING AGENT, STOCK and SHARE: BROKER, \ AofiXTsbit Coolgakdie Carrying .Co. , Ltd.- '. 9 'EXCHANGE BUILDINGS;- 'P ^j .' KALGOORLIE. *[*' ^, \\l -~ ? : ? : — r~'~~ — ; sV-:T» ?'*?* FA. MARQUESS, /.:j£ufctidneer'/- 'Share -'? -broker ami Minir/g- Agenf, HannaiM street, Kalgo^iie.: Agents in LlelbMirnej Adelaide, Penh, ;Cc-olgardie, and London. Itfinhi^ properties floated, secretaryships undertaken, warden's' court work alien- , dedto. Agoncies-ImpembEirc Insurance €o Fire -risks taken at tariff rales. - H a: tional Mutual Life-Association. Life assur ances effected. Paling and Co, pianos and organs A BICKER-TON and Co., Steam Saw . Millers, next M -Donalds well,- begj to announce that they have started their mill and are prepared to receive orders- for Mining and Building Timber. Satisfaction 1-Juaranteed. j. ' J. W.-LYALL, ; -'-!—'_ Manager. -??- I-MiPOR-TANT-'NOTICE. ' ???Si -.}j ;lj ?'??.-'--??? ';' ' ?- ? '?'?' ','''][ To' the Jnfiiijit'aiits of 'H:mnan4,...
Items of News [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 October 1895
Steiixs ..of HTeix-s A sale of allotments in Kanowiia : township will be held at the Warden's ; office to-day, when 5 2 blocks ane to, be offered; - '?:'?'?? ':.'\-S Messrs ©eland and Ellis, bakers, notify i» a-nothfij? ,. column that .;th©y;j »re agents for the New Zealand Finv Insurance Company. . I Among the arrivals at K'algoordie on ] Monday were the Right Roy. Dv j Gibney and, Father Duff, who are staying at Quigley's Hotel with Mr. Michael Davit t. The Kalgoorlie Municipal Council invite tenders in another column for makin« sanitary pans and iron closets and for clearing the scrub around the townsite. Applications are also called for the positi»a of saaitairy inspector. The following are the names of the passengers who arrived at or departed from Kalgoorlie by the mail coach on Tuesday ; — Arrivals: Mrs Simpson, and Messrs Randell, M'Whinney. Max welly Thorno, Smith, H organ, Biddle, Smith, Briggs, and Hocking. De partures : Messrs Stouter, Murray ^ and Jcrrol'd. The Committe...
THE DEAN CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 October 1895
THE -DEAN CASE. A requisition has been presented to the Mayor of North Sydney, asking him to call a public meeting1 for the purpose of initiating a fund to assist Mrs Dean and her child. Sir Julian Salomons has received encomiums from various places regarding his action in the Dean case.
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 October 1895
1 MISCELLANEOUS. Leopold Rothschild, who spent many years in captivity as a prisoner of the Mahdi and who succeeded in making his escape some months ago, has been made a Companion of tlic Order of the Bath. Mr J. C. F. Johnson, of Adelaide, in a letter to the ' Times,' replies to tlu South African critic of the 'West Australian goldfields. He denies that the gold is unevenly distributed or found only in pockets. The Rev. Dr. Parker, of the City Temple, has written to the papers giv ing the reasons why the Protestants are unable to accept the re-anion of the Roman Catholic Church. The steamer Liguria was badly dam aged while going through the Suez Canal. The cause is not yet known. The steamer arrived afc Port Said, where she is undergoing repairs. The Turkish Government has ap pointed a commission to inquire into the cases of the Armenians who were recently arrested. Mr Borthwick, proprietor of the ' Morning Post,' has been raised to the Peeiage.
INSURRECTION IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 October 1895
INSURRECTION IN INDIA. . It is found that 1500 native troops at Goa, in the Portuguese possessions on the west coast of India, have revolted rather than go 'to service on the east coast of Africa. They came into collis sion with- a detachment of Portuguese soldiers, and, after severe fighting, the latter were routed. The despatches from the Portuguese troops fell into the hands of the insurgents.