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Kalgoorlie Hospital. Wednesday, October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 25 October 1895
[?] -TVed n esd ay, '? October _23-, -Presenfc— Messrs Cutbush (in-.tJie ?chair), -Tinls-y, -and-Cahill. -The .ChairrtKui -stated * t!v-at «Mr Cotton' had 'been.' elf ;cted secretary, .and 'had been notified of the .fact both by . wire and letter, and 'hard been given a. fortnight to reply. 'He- hud' moere pired, ttnd fflt -JSIia-w hacl been -chosen -for -the' position. -Mr '-Cotton, shad -?written. later accepting the position, and the late 'secretary had wired'him' -informing -'him- -that he wag ^tio-late. -The Chairman bad -«lso authorise'd a wire -to Dr. McNeil -at ? Cool-gar -ie asking ! for a nurse,, nrvsi -the- reply -re- ?ceived 'was:to the- effect that they -were wanting1 tv?o nurses .at' Coolgardie, -and were therefore unable to -send a, nurse ts Kalgoorlie. -The 'Chairman ih-ad also-wired- to Perth. for a nurse, and-it was decided tluit in -the event 6fr-no satisfactory. reply being received- from ' th.itrplaces:-a ^vire -should be -sent lo Adelaide. -It was -decided *io ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 25 October 1895
milE WEST AUSTRALIAN JL VENTURE'' SYNDICATE, LIMITED. London Board :?' ^ , |V. L. Orriss (Chadwiclc'&' Co.'; Ermi: ted), chairman. '?'. Tlie Hon. H. J. Sau:id'ers,-M:Fi.O. j-TerborL »S. Stoiieham (of the Stock Epjjan igc, , .London ) . Arthur Cha-nibeis,' '(ikrec&'f fShe'Vja ? .. ? r;;a!M. Co.) C.ONspi/riNG ^NGiNEEft's 'in London : . Bainbridge, Seymour & Co.' 5-OCA L M MM GEKS & ATTORNEYS IN- W. A . : rL The Hon. H. $, Saunders. ' (Sbarles CampXeinVIacldhi.'- - KB ?RESI3NT'ATIV-ES IN CoOLdARDlK: Geoi^Seynipup, M% Insfc. C.E. STbhiiFuraanj-M'.y. ' ' '' ?v' iStiffi-^^aady :''-- : §1iuing Properties Bought .Floated ''' finsuicctl'and.D.evelopQ.tL. ?Management of Mmmg-Properiie* . . ' 'Undertaken. -Registered Offiva$t^Eertfi :'J I IT. ? CKOrtOB^S TERRACE.' - t. l. solomox, ' -. .Miking Agent and-iSa-AXiEmtoifEit, ^-SAiSTBit On ambers, - ADELAIDE. TjlL^ciTrON of Mining Properties ' ill1 '-in fa voidable positions,. With good p'tos'pYcts,- undertaken: Tele...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 25 October 1895
/ — ? '''? ? ??' — ? : - EJFETHEBSTO.NHAUGH -MINING AGENT, STOCK and SHARE ! BROKER, , fl AOENT TOK COOLG ARDIE CaBRYIIhG Co. , LTD. fl 9 EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, 2 «P- KALGOORLIE. . \ 1^ A. MARQUESS, Auctioneer', Share 1 « broker and Mining Agent, Haunan - street, Kalgoorlie. Agents in Melbourne, J Adelaide, Perth, Coolgardie, and London. Mining properties floated, secretaryships undertaken, warden's court, work atten 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 ABICKERTON and -Co., Steam Saw o Millers, next M 'Donald's well, beg to announce that they have started their mill and are prepared to receive orders for ' Mining and Building Timber. Satisfaction J Guaranteed. J. W. LYALL, ;. Manager.-. IMPORT ANT NOTICE. To the inhabitants of Hannans, Great. Boulder and surrounding districts. LYONS & 'CHANDLER;, \ BUTCnEES, - A RE Opening their premises at J...
Items of News [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 25 October 1895
gdenxs of i[leivx &£r Jolm RiBaun was among, (be ?visitors' to Kalg'oDiTie on Thursday. .llrs Way, mother of Miss Way. matron of tl¥e -vKalgborlie 'hospital, departed from'. Hanuaus on Thursday by the mail- coacb. ? Mr EJdie Simpson was engaged almost the whole of yesterday in s.erv iug. out water 'to the ?'bagmen'' in sniall quantities. The water was ob tained fsom McDonald's condenser,, and* was quite a 'boon to those who were 'lortuiiate enouglr 'to' obtain- the small supply measured out. The following are the names ;-of the passengers -who arrived at, and de parted from Kalgoorlie on Thursday: Arrivals - Mrs -Barry, Messrs -Hales, . CoTebutch, Hu'Cler, Dobbie, ;Fox, Thorgurson, Howie, Montague, Peters, anci Brown'. 'Departures? Mrs Way, Messrs Duff, Mun roe,- Oh apple, Cutlip, ? Stubbsr .Kennedy ? -Casey, nStewnrt, Edward, Pitt, Richardson, Myer,, .Burnell, and Manning. We have been shown an exceedingly handsome caseof specimens ^from .the Prince 6scar m'ine, White 'Feai...
KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 25 October 1895
^__ ? . . « ? ? PUBLISHED DAILY '. FKIDA'Y, OOTOB^E- p, 189^. ?An open-air meeting} which was held on Wedhe'sday evening- to con sider the' wafer, question, had a number of peculiar featuros;- some of which haV-e a- tendencj'-' to,' disparage any in fluence it might have in- the' eyes of the general public. In- the first ptace it was an informal- meeting, not having been called by the Major of the town. Secondly, its 'action was marred by the disortlejfly way in which it termi nated-. Thirdly, it was held at a most ''nsuftabJe/hour of the evening, and. fourthly/ the attendance #as conipara tively small. Yet-, with* these disad vantages, more by fortuirethan by good management, the meeting succeeded ln accomplishing a great deal mo*e than was anticipated. Some reference waj made at the outset by the 'Chair man,- Mr Browne (who never theless delivered a very sensible speech) to the supposed faeir tlJatf camels and horses were provided with water while men- were denied the precious flu...
Victoria. UNSUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT TO ADJOURN THE HOUSE. Melbourne, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 October 1895
Victoria. UNSUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT TO ADJOURN THE HOUSE. Melbourne, October 21. In the Assembly yesterday, Mr Hancock attempted to move the ad journment of the House to urge the Government to consider the case of Emma Williams, now under sentence of death for child murder. He was ! unable to get sufficient supporters to claim a suspension of standing orders. . Melbourne, October 25. The Possible, Bonnie Scotland, Acumena, and Portsea are scratched for the Cup. _ ; Ji ; Melbourne, October 25. The yacht Sunbeam, with Lord and Lady Brassey on board, anchored: in L Hobson's Bay yesterday evening. The yacht came up the Bay to-day. A flotilla of fishing boats with flags bear ing the motto ' Weloomo ' flying at the mast head accompanied the yacht across the rip. Wm. Hack, an elderly man was caught in the belting of Brome Currie's paper mills on the Yarra bank yester day. He died from the injuries received His skull was fractured, the right arm torn from the shoulder, and the ribs broken.
New South Wales SIR HENRY PARKES MARRIES. THE THIRD TIME. Sydney, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 October 1895
New South Wales SIR HENRY PARKES M AE- RIES. THE THIRD TIME, Sydney, October §5. Sir Henry Parkes was to-day mar ried at Parramatta, to Miss Amelia Lynch, who, for four years past has filled a domestic position in his house. At the close of the ceremony, the newly-.narried couple drove away in a cab to Rydc, where they lunched. This is the third time Sir Heniy Parkes has been married. His second wife died on July 10th last, and he is now 82 years old. His wife is very at tractive in appearance, and is in her 23 rd year.
TELEGRAMS South Australia. Adelaide, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 October 1895
HPT?! T7/PT2 AMQ OOUXH ikuStlclllcL Adelaide, October 25. On Tuesday evening an accident f happened on board the Waroonga, while proceeding clown the Port River, on the way to Melbourne, two sea men were drowned. Two seamen named Charles Salander and Robert Parker (the latter working his passage from Freemantle to Melbourne) were told off to shift the lifeboat from one of the deck houses to the davitt when the boat upended, and the two were thrown' into the water. No trace could be seen of either and the vessel proceeded on her voyage. Mr W, H. Burford, head of the firm of Burford and Sons, candle manufacturers, died to-day. He was a pioneer colonist and had assisted in the perfection of the Torrens' Act, in the early days.
SMALL-POX ON THE CUZCO. THREE MORE CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 October 1895
S11ALL.POX ON THE 0UZ0O. THREE MORE CASES. Three more cases of undoubted small-pox have been discovered on board the Cuzco, the victims being an engineer, fireman, and trimmer. Three other cases of old infection were also discovered. The health officers think the outbreak must have occurred shortly after the vessel left London. Great dissatisfaction exists locally at the risk the public are exposed to through the ship being sent on from the other colonies. Sydney, Oct. 25. -In the Assembly, the Premier mo 'ed that the House go into Com mittee to consider the expediency of bringing the Federal Enabling Bill before Parliament, the time being ripe for** lousiness-like action. Mr Reid explained the details of the measure as follows : Each colony is to elect ten I delegates for a Convention ; the body thus formed would discuss a scheme of federation, and then adjourn and await suggestions before finally aettling upon a definite scheme, which would be sub mitted to a plebiscite of the peo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 October 1895
M 'HENRY CLARK, LISSIMAN and CO., UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, KANOWNA (White Feather). Goods Arriving Weekly. , . r Best and Cheapest Place to deal for everything. Prospecting Parties-Fitted Out. - Also' Cbolgardie, Southern Cross Fremantle and.Bunbury,., - .. [A CARD.] DR, J. A. O'MEEHAN and DR. G, W BARBER have entered into partner '' ship, and can be consulted at the Exchange - , Buildings, rooms 1 and 2. - . Hours : 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. . -_: . 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Diseases of the Eye treated on Saturdays; from 2 to 4 p.m. . -r T : D. G ?O;NN OLL Y, %) 9 - Builder-& Contractor, ylvester-st-.,.-Coolgarclie. and at' the Feather and1 Ninety Mile. Cod tracts undertaken on any part of the field. ' CLIMIE EASTWOOD and CO., Hassan Street, Kalgoorlie. - -' ? Chaff, Corn asd General Merchants. FULL stocks of Chuff, Bran, Oats. Pol-, lard, Linseed and Compressed Fodder. Horsefced can be delivered at any of the ! mines in the vicinity on application to the manager, VV.J. Cahjxi,...
Mining Notes THE GOLDEN RIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 October 1895
H§niBif§ H@f@§ (By our Mining Reporter.) Tiie Golden Ridse. This is the name given to a new find, situated about ten or twelve miles south-east of Kalgoorlie, which is now attracting a good deal of attention. ^ It is within a mile of the Grace Darling property, and was found by a party oi prospectors who for a time worked on that mine. It has been secured by Messrs. P. Whelan, J. J. Cassidy, and others, who, in conjunction with the prospectors, intend to open it up thoroughly. It is situated on the auriferous belt running north-eaBt and south-west between Kalgoorlie and the I.O.U., on which the Empress of India and numerous other claims have re cently been pegged. There is not the least doubt this promises to be one of the most important belts outside the Hannan's district, and in almost every feature it closely resembles the Kal goorlie line of country. In fact, in many places on the outcrop of this line it is hard to remember that one is not traversing the well-known hills stretch...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 October 1895
FOR SALE.— Three Goats in milk. Apply, Mrs. Mitchell, opposite Government Bore. ? MINERS Required at Kalgurli. Apply Underground Manager South Kal guvli Mine. W. H. C. Lovej.y, . General Manrger. MINERS Wanted at Kurnalpi. Apply Nil Desparandum and Scottish Lass Mints. W. H. C. Lovely, Consulting Engineer. FOUND, a Brass SCREW NUT. Owner can have same by paying expensas of advertisement. Apply, Kalgooblie Miner Office. COMPETENT M AN J \j Wanted, to erect and take , jharge of a condensiag1 plant. Apply »t once to : . W. R. KNIGHT, OrH. ROBERTS, ..: Care F. E. Randell k Co. FOR S ALE., EIRST-CLASS Condensing Plant, owned by Traill and Co., Arrow Lake, waggon, dray, spring cart, four horses, three boileri, and . several tanks. : I Plenty of sale for water. Owner wishes to sell in conssquence of siekness in the family. j Apply : TRAILL k CO., Miner Office, Kalgoorlie. » HAMILTON and JEPHSON.j Hannan's-etreet, Civil Engineers, Licensed Mining and Titles Surveyors, . Brokers and General ...
Share Market. THURSDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET (By Urgent Wire.) Adelaide, October 25, 11.25 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 October 1895
Sliare Market. THURSDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (By Urgent Wire.) . . . Adelaide, October 25, 11.25 a.m. Croesus 12s 6d Tindal's. 8s 3d Moons 5s Victorys 6a 7d .,* ; Golden Bar, 9s - Great Boulder, £5 11s Coolgardies, 43s : ? Boulder Central, paid, seller 10s ; con.. 7« Gd Maritana, con., 16a 6d Croesus Extended, 2-s 4d Ivanhoe South Extended, 3s lid ' Lake View, 46s Block 45, 15s 10id, ? Golden Zone, con., 63 Maritana Central, Is 8d Rojal Dane, con., 5s lid M&ritana North, 4s . ,. ' Boulder Consolidated, la lOd, Brown Hill Junction. 2a 5d Hannan's Extended, Is 7d Southern Bouldera 2s 4d
CABLES. London, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 October 1895
CABLES. ? London, October 24. -? Confirmation has been received, of the report that the Chinese transport was destroyed by the explosion, at Keuchow on the Yang-t-a Kiang. Most of the officers, it is stated, were killed, and the soldiers rushed to the boats, 500 being drowned. Two hundred others clung to the wreck. and after passing 17 hours in this perilous position were rescued. Mr Healy, the Irish leader, has made arrangements for starting a new daily paper in Dublin, as in con sequence of the dispute cf the other members with the Irish National Party, he wishes to ensure journalistic advocacy of the views he hold?. Mr John Dillon, the Home Ruler, is engaged to he married to . the daughter of Sir James Chas. Matthew, Judge of the English High Court of Justice. ^ jlih: jcrencn jouciget committee nas rejected the propo.al to carve out a «*_ new naval programme, despite the pressure brought to bear upon them by the Government. It is reported that the British Government lias authoris...