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Kalgoorlie Warden's Court. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 October 1895
Gomrft. Friday, October 25. _ lioyal v. Whelan and others. Ob-: jeotion to approval of lease 1508/ Mr Hare for applicant. Thomas Johnson Miller for the objector stated that he pegged out the lease in ques tion on or nbout 18 or 19 There were no other pegs then but' two on S.Ji. corner, where he «nct«,i i.;B notice Some tinw in September, saw an application on tree or peg with the name 'Whelan' on if-, App]iecl in conjunction with others, about A.u£ ust 29, but was refused. ' James Graham gave evidence as to the application referred to by the pre vious witness. William Bothwell corroborated the evidence of Miller. Valentine Henry knew the boundary of application 1664.. Never saw Whelan s notice on the north-west boundary. 1 his land adjoined lease , James William Goodrich Paswe ;gave evidence, to the same effect. . George Alfred Royal stated that about 18th September, on north-w*»st boundary, saw a peg with notice on it signed P. Whelan, with the trenches turning away from 1664. Tut ...
The Dean Case. SYDNEY, October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 October 1895
Tit® !D9g£^e ©a__. [By Telegraph.] Sydney, October 23. A, most tragic incident in connection: with the Dean case has occurred at North Sh'oje. Mrs Eliza Adoy com mitted suicide rather than attend -as a withess on behalf of Dean on the approaching trial. Mrs Adey was. one of the most important ^Yitnesses for the deft nee called before the Royal Commission. According to her state ment, on May 2nd last, Mrs Dean brought her parb of a bottle of lemon syrup, and asked her to taste it. Her statement was thought to be of such importance that she was subjected to such exceedingly severe cross examina tion by Salomons that she was com pletely overcome at the time. Since passing through that ordeal she stated that she would rather die. than be sub jected to a repetition of the torture. She underwent all the apprehension of having the former experience revived yesterday when she received a. subpoena to attend the Court and give evidence on behalf of Dean, her husband finding it almost impossib...
SPORTING. Melbourne, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 October 1895
SPORTING. Melbourne, October 25. Consequent upon a good gallop this morn ing Oscillator was backed for the Derby at 100 to 8. This price being exhausted, 10 to 1 was the best offer. Wallace and Waterfall were equal favorites at 9 te 4 each. Auraria was very firm at 4 to 1, and 400 to 100 was j accepted. For the Melbourne Cap 500 to 100 was taken about Delaware, 1000 to 80 Hova, 500 to 85 Trenchant, 1500 to 70 Devon, 1000 to 40 Taranaki, 1000 to 40 Auraria. The best gallops at Fiemington this morn ing were executed by Hova, Oscillator, Delaware, Lord Richmond. Rewi, Newman Tessuuder, Queen, Successor, Monastery) and Callum Mohr, the latter traversing nin. furlongs in 2min 203ec. This colt has e minimum weight for' the Melbourne Cu& hut is thought not to be brilliant enough for the Derby. He has a beautifully even action, which is bound to serve him over a two mile journey. Auraria looks a perfeofc picture of condition.
West Australia. THE. ST. ALBAN'S DISTRIBUTION. Perth, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 October 1895
West Australia. THE. ST. -A LEAN'S DISTRIBU Perth, October 25. The 'following te'legram has been received from Mr W. R. Wilson, re lating to the St. Alban's distribution : 'Closed, 101,758 tickets disposed of. I retain balance. Drawing over about 6 to night, Thursday.' The total number of tiekets in the distribution was 125,000, and there remain 23,242 in Mr. Wilson's hands. A. serious accident took place at the Central Goods Station yesterday after noon by which a young man, John Thomas Donovan, received fearful injuries. Donovan was engaged in shunting the trucks for the Bunbury train, when he got caught, and was run over in the act of uncoupling trucks. One of his boots was found jammed between the points, the unfortunate man having been caught in that position. Before he could extricate himself one or two of the trucks had run over his legs. The driver of the engine received a signal from Donovan to proceed slowly, and, not getting an other signal, shortly afterwards pulled up. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 October 1895
-- - - -.. ,' - .' ' ^V.A.: ? ' - t '\ . /LGARDIE: ' '* ' ? -\ * ' ist. C.E. ' - \ -^ ;, ; -/ues Bought Floated __ ^ '[ ' ' ystnccd and Developed. Management of Mining Properties' Undertaken. Registered Office at Perth : ; ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE. _ £ . -??'?'? 'and. : -- ? - ?-? ? COOLGARDIB CHAMBERS. V. L. SOLOMON, ;: Mining Agext and Sharebeokeh, Register Chambers, ADELAIDE. TMLOT ATION of Mining Properties jSJ in favorable positions, with good . i prospects, undertaken. Telegraphic buying or selling orders promptly at ? ended to. ; Representative at Kalgoorlie, George P. Deane. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN BANK Established 1841. Head Office: PERTH ; Branches afe Bkverley Bunbury busselton coolgahdib .? _. Cue Dongaka -. -: Freuaxtle Geealdtok Day Dawn* Kalgoorlie i; Newcastle Northabi ' ' Southern Cross White Feather ';' 3T«jtK. Menzies. . -,;... Esperaxce Agents iu : L©N®eK, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, arid all the Australian Colonies. * »*' Tbis Bank issues drafts on all its Agents and Br...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 October 1895
T^ FETHEBSTONHAU G H MINING AGENT, STOCK and SHARE BROKER, AfiJCNTTOR G'OOLGAEDIE CARRYING Co., T/TD. 9 EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, '; '' %fr KALGOORLIE. IP Af MARQUESS, Auctioneer,- Share. 1 ? broker and Mining Agent, Hannazi street, Kalgocrlie. Agents in Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Coolgardie, and London. 'Mining properties floated, secretaryships undertaken, warden's court; work atten v. (led 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 ? 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 Guaranteed. J. W. LYALL, Manager. - '. ^IMPORTANT N011CE. To the inhabitant's of Etonians, -Great Boulder' and surrounding districts. -LYONS' & CHANDLER, Butchers, A RE Opening tlieir premises at J\_ Hannan-streefc. on the 27th...
Items of News [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 October 1895
^fput*^ oft isictD*? The following are the names of the passengers who arrived at, or departed from, Kalgoorlie on Friday : Messrs H. Wilson, Lawrence (2), Hodgekin son, Deurich, Reid, Richards, Moore, Munro, Hart, Dwyer, Preslund, Lyall and Tomkinson. Departures, Brennan Morgan, Duff, Beale, Wiese, Murphy, Larkins, Snook, Wingj Morehead, Champion and Powell. Kalgoorlie had no luck apparently in the drawing for the prizes in the St Alban's lottery which took place in Brisbane on Thursday. The winning numbers for the first five prizes were published in Friday's ' Miner ' and were as follows : — Estate, 25,5.08 ; Wallace, 111, 395 ; Havoc, 10-1,208 ; Eridsforde, 37,883 ; Trenton, 12,583. Mr W. R. Wilson wired us yesterday that the addresses of the winners of the chief prizes are as under : — The St Alban's Estate goes to Seymour, on the Sydney line ; Trenton to Berrigan; Wallace to Mr House, at Creswick ; Mer?ey goes to Christohurch. Mr W. R. Wilson drew Bill of Portland and 16 ordina...
KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 26 October 1895
KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1895. By Christmas-time the railway from Southern Cross to Coolgardie will be completed. The boon which this will confer upon the mining districts generally, and Coolgardie in particular, is too well-known to need expatiating upon. The question which confronts residents of the East Coolgardie gold fields, however, is this : What effect will tho completion of the railway- to Coolgardie have upon the neighbouring town of Kalgoorlie % In many respects no doubt the benefits conferred generally will be shared by this town, but at the samo time we have to con sider the fact that Kalgoorlie is pro nounced on all sides to be one of the greatest (if not the greatest) mining centres in the world, and the stability of the industry which forms the foundation of her prosperity places her in the front rank as a rival of the tQvrn which has hitherto been con sidered the metropolis of the g-oldfields. Bearing this fact in mind, we cannot fail t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 October 1895
SPLENDIE) 'Oprncr; Block of LAND' ,. '/iii Ilaniiau's 'For' S^ale ' 'or ' Lea's e. Apply,'.: -W:Ml: 'SsiG'iiT, ; Hannsiu's^V street, .Kalgoorlie -' v.'f-5 .-« :-'' '.--—:? ' -' I'''i ^--WiOTED,-'*-' '-' ' ' -'?' TWENTY (20) compe'.eht '--''' ' ''' WINERS. Apply at oncefto-' --' ,: -r. i' ' BIDDLE-&- WILSON, V: .-- '. ,^.i'' _:-'7'.Vf:-;Kalgobrlie. .'? MXJNIG LP AliTiV 'Loiv/^-ALT:-',,- , A 'PPLI CATIONS 'are'mviLed for fl 'the position :o£ ? TO ^N 0LE RE :pf Kalgoorlie, at- a salary, of, £300 per j-,nmimv!-Ji- ??.':'? *'~*-\ A'4 Ul ? - -I-'' -?*' - i:4.-A'pplicaVioi¥?!,''-cc^mp\ih:^ 'nionials,:Sra'u4t*'-b:e iiiiMny' li']fnilsfIn6fil]ater' I thanr';ifdon '::6i VMON D^Y/^Ngr'tmber ' 4tiiT-r99?:-'' ' '--??*- -?*?- ':t:.u\;1;'',': - A. II. BARTLEliT? ', : -' Acting Town Clerk. - !/S OVERNMENT-iv/LArND: n- 'SALES. . I' Department of Lands anil Survcj's, . '' ..:];: i jTerlh'iOciib'ber. 15, '1895. ^.^be.j^iidejMnejitiojte^^UqtmenjtSaqCXaAt^ 'wiir'be~Oi3:ercd~for Sale by public auc...
Share Market. SATURDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (By Urgent Wire.) Adelaide October 26, 11.11 a m. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 October 1895
Share Market. SATURDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. ' (By Urgent Wire.) Adelaide, October 26, 11. 11, a.m. ? Lake View, 52s Gd - . .Croesus/l'ls- ''.''' '' -;' '''':-Ist lloons, 5s 3d Golden; Bar. 0s id _v ? Great Boulder, £5 15s 6'd ;.,Coolga.rdiea, -ios 3d . * -Mafitana, con., 16s 3d , . ^- Ivanhoe South Extended', 2s'10d '' Block 45, 16s - ' ' ' ' ' ' ? Golden Zone, paid 7s 5d, con, 63 3d Royal Dane, con., Gs 2d ' :; i- '?-'??.?- Hannan's Reward North, 3s 8d.-; 'Brown Hill Junction^ 2s 9cl' ' ! '' Hannan's East, 3s 9d ThreefQolonieSj.cpn., Gs -Id ; f\ - . : Maritana North, 43 Jtd ' - '' ?- .- Ivanhoe, sellers, ,38s 3d 7 -, -_, ....,- ^ --- Lady, Maryf'seirerSj'Vs' 611 *'? - '? ;i ?-- - Tindals. .b.uy ers, ,8s ; . , , . ; -.....-. , - . ,. ?? Pfcmiers/SsGd.'lOs ''' - :,'' ' ~x
SPORTING. MOONEE VALLEY RACES. MELBOURNE, October 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 October 1895
SPORTING. c^'MOONEE VALLEY- RAGESf £-f '2 h J r'1 Melbouh^e. October 28. '-'.\ *--_--£- STJ'r-iV£l!AXS'''HANDICA'\v ^- ' ' *- For Two-Year Olds, ds furlongs. - ' QnaliLy, 6sfc 101b (Cook) ? 1 Aramunilion,'83t 24b (Parker)' ... '2 Hebron, TstQUjJSihioriVi..', . *: 3 13 started. Betting, 2'to II Quality ; won by G lengths; time,l59sccT ,.4. .^;._-.. Hurdle Race. 1J- miles. Oarsman, lOsfc 61b (Powell) ... 1 - Vanity, lOst 71b, (Williams) ...' 2 '' Baratta, 9st Gib (Nicholls) .. -3 . 9 started. Betting, 5 to 1 Oarsman ; -won by a head ; lime^mm r-2sec. ^ '_,',__ ^ . ... ?' i'GKAirvaso -Handicap /.S^luiion'gs/i. 1 -I Acton7.7sfc'71b (Orr) 'X.. * ?.?' 1V Perturbation, 7sfc 41b (Power). .... 2 Successor, 7st 121b (Hodgliina) ... 3 - 15 started ; bctthig. Si to 1 Acton ;_.; Ayon by. a u'euk'; linie, limn 8^scc. **?, -:i'' '.'*-?- V H v''_^Steepli!ciia&bj'2 Mile^' r. ii' '?-., ' '' Mercury, S7t 101b',' (Douglas) ... .1 beasong, 10sl 101b (Sdge)... .... 2 ,„? Warrior, llsfc 31b .(Laye...
Queensland. THE ST. ALBANY DISTRIBUTION. BRISBANE, Oct. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 October 1895
[?] -THE ST. .ALB'ANSSDISTPJIBU ' TION.,. : r. . '??- .' ' '?!..'- BlUSBANB,fOct.. 20 ? ,- Seven ^prizes 'in- it-ie^St^'-AlbauV'dis- -' i ribth tioii^a ve!gcne^to 'Wes'fc| Australia. ' BuUprc.up','- -b'j'qod'' ?m.ar.e- , !stiii.'te!d. ^..ljyV; iTi-euton,- .was drawii . bj7-- .a : Coolgard ie : 'club*! syndicate; 'l Emiiii! ;??; brood- mare' stinted by .Eiridisforde,' .vras drawn' ' b'y R. A. Williamsrfo the - 00-Mile ;. 'Sce . Saw, brood in a re : 'stinted !byl 'Eiridis forde, was clr«wn i 'by -Harry Nash,, of f Perth'^'iPrqJigipiiSi tiiiited by StVath 'more, ?, was... drawn by- -a 'Perth syndiv cate ; ; Royal-Maid^stin'l'ed -'by: -Strath^ - more, fwas- drawn by J. Cleary !& ''Co!, - Geraldfcon \ Bellissima,/colt, ''drawn- by *P^I3r^^g^f^pb^!^teTBT^'6^X1ira7 colt, diawn by A. Gilbert, of Norseman. The winner of Wallace will start him for the Derby and Cup. The' winners of tee Estate subscribed 3s 6d each.
The Dean Case. SENTENCE DEFERRED. SYDNEY. October 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 October 1895
Tiie P^asi Oase. ?' SE'MTE1STCE DEFEPJIED. ,;:: , . ,' [By Telegraph.] ' ' ' ? Sydxey. October 26. . The tri-tl of George Dean for per jury, was begun yesterday, at the Cen- * tral Criminal Court in the presence of a large number of- spectators. Mr Close, ' in conducting the defence, entered' a special* plea for a pardon to bar the- present proceedings, on the ground that the-Royal-Pardon included the charge for which 'the prisoner was indicated.' ''-The .'replication- of', the Crown was that-the -plea ought not to be allowed, because^ the perjury was committed at a date ' subsequent to that on Avhich the E-oyal Paidon .was, granted. r.Dcan pleaded 'Not -Guilty.' '.''After 'evidence ' had beoii taken .Jpean. y™^®. a statement' in ' a calm and 'deliberate manner.'- Close addressed the jury,- making a strong appeal on behalf of. his client, com menting upon theabsence of any motive for 'the act'. His Honor in summing ^ up said he alone was responsible for the conduct of the case. The ...
South Australia. THE BROKEN HILL FIRE. ADELAIDE, October 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 October 1895
^A '. ' * '?* v'- / ?' '??'.?) ' ? „ ? :, THE ^BROK EN. HILL . -EIRE. , . ?»» ' . * ami, ..— .i. ??— ? -? * * * . * i - ' t ' '* . ?' -, f - ? -AdeL'aide, October 2'6. : .- --.?CapK-,;?Var);eri .,. te!egVap.lied-J- from,. Broken Hill' on'' Wednesday, -afternoon stating 'that -: He diad inspected f,-' the - 'filTe'ctcd- parffof Block 11 miiie,.'and |that there is every 'prospect of' the fire being .put out. A 1 ittle ,.fire r'emaincd? 'Jit the back' of 'the SlSfb; 'lev,cl bouh-g fc!arv. but ib will- burn. s itself' out in a* day or two. ,. -.' ' 7 -.''_-—-, - The non.'J.-H^Gpi-lGn,''MX:C,,' Chief Secretai%y^cbnte!inprat'esf..p;iying a visit to Euglaud .during'i the ..recess on private business' connected with mining./ The Adelaide .BicycliT-^Spor.ts- were held vto:dayj: ;'ancf attended 'by ,8000' persons.^ '? Zimmerman J--: !thc' American ' chain pioiyuiacle' '-his ' first 'appearance, and. won the.Half-Mile'JRaco,.but Par ' sons beat him by two 'lengths in the Five'lMile .event: ami...
FINALLY DEALT WITH. TWO CHARGES FOURTEEN YEARS FOR PERJURY. FIVE FOR CONSPIRACY Later. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 October 1895
E LN-ALLY. ' DEALT. ^W ITH'. ' iT.WO CHARGES. \ ' : FOURTEEN YE IRS FOR PERJUBY. FIVE FOR'OO^SPrRAOY: . «. '- 1 : . . ? , ? ? Later.'' 1 1 '- The -case o*f George Dsan was 'finally. de:ilt with yesterday. Ha was brought !befoi;e tho'Bupi'eme Court, and, charged with perjury, this- -being f-the second indictment. _ Eyidence having been 'taken/'th'e Justice summed -.-up, 'and after a!' brief 'deliberation -found ,the prisoner guilty. Tho Justice in .pass ing the sentence commented severely on the natureMo& tlie 'crime, /and imposed a sentence of- 14 years' 'penal servitude. On the charge of conspiracy the Court imposed a sentence of five years' penal 'servitude. The* sentences, are to,- be concurrent. ^ t «
Victoria. THE ST. ALDAN'S ESTATE THE WINNERS. MELBOURNE, October 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 28 October 1895
Victoria THE ST. ALBAN'S ESTATE, THE WINNERS.! V T'1' - Melboubnb, October 26. Messrs. Thomas Guild, William Guild, Harry Guild, James Jones, Joseph Jordan, James.. Buchauan^and ' [Sidney ^jpngland,; j-f.* Seyniourf^-ancU Michael Hickey, jun., of Balabrook, are the winners of the St. Alban's estate. All with the exception of Hickey. arc employes of^ Mr Thomas Guild,' dne of 'the ..oldest 'and bosfc res ' pec ted of the' residents, ^of , Seymour. The winning numberf 25508, 'Wallace, was drawn by Mr-Of-'E.' House, of Ores wick; Trenton^ 'by 12583 V Ends forde .-by\;'39^33f.Mr -Vf.^b.^Cook;/ Sporting- Editor,' /of; \'.f:Aus.ti;alasian,'' 'gets the3 gel'dirig' Eureka*. -Six prizes go tbi -Adelakle,' .''among^-'ohbin1. being . Dorotl'i}\;'ar.awn'by . Mi\ A^'ChaivipHqhy; fof.Kast Adelarde.;'Mr:W. B/'Wilsou. ?won Bill1 'of- Portland,7 Beanfeast, ' Umilta, , TheJ Hypatia: 'Colt, :- the lilly Elevis, Wild 'Rose,VTearo3 c, , Pilgriiiv ' age. thexolt iPilatus': and^Motalto. , r , .