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ASSISTED SCHOOLS. PERTH, Sept. 19 COMPENSATION QUESTION ADJOURNED. PROPOSED WATER SUPPLY FOR GOOLGARDIE. A HUGE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 September 1895

ASSISTED SCHOOLS. Perth Sept 19 COMPENSATION QUESTION   ADJOURNED. PROPOSED WATER SUPPLY   FOR COOLGARDIE A HUGE SCHEME.   In the Assembly yesterday the Copy- right Bill was read a third time, and the estimates were further considered   in committee. The Premier after tea moved the 'second reading of the Assisted Schools     Abolition Bill, and delivered a lengthy   speech, in which he explained the   clauses of the measure, and commended     'the proposals of the Government to pay   £20,000 compensation to the assisted   schools. The reason which actuated the Government was the recommenda-   tion of the Select Committee, who awarded compensation to the amount   of £30,000. Mr Harper moved that the Bill be read that day six months, his chief   argument being, that the Government &nbs...

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Victoria. Melbourne, Sept 19 [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 September 1895

Victoria Melbourne, Sept 19 A case of great importance to per- sons having any connection with dum- mying shares was decided by the Full Court to-day. The Court held that the liquidators of the Mercantile Bank were liable to pay dividends on over £24,000 the amount of uncalled capital on shares in various companies, which the directors placed in the name of W. H. Bullock, one of their clerks, who is now insolvent.

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New South Wales SYDNEY, Sept 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 September 1895

New South Wales Sydney, Sept 19.   The Government has agreed to the nomination of Sir G. Dibb to the position of managing trustee of the Savings Bank, and has notified the trust that in view of an early amalga- mation of that institution and the Post Office Savings Bank no compensation   will be allowed the managing trustee   if he loses his position when the amal- gamation as effected. In the Assembly Mr Griffiths ob- tained leave to introduce a Bill to abolish all fees in State schools. Trea- surer Reid said it meant a loss of revenue of £65,000.   Hundreds of people attended at Pad- dington court yesterday to catch a glimpse of Mrs Dean, who is proceed- ing against her husband for mainten- ance. Mrs Dean carried her child, and was in the best of health. Dean's   counsel offered to consent to an order for 10s a week, and to take the child. Mrs Dean asked for £1 and would   not give up the child. Finally ...

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CABLES. London, Sept 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 September 1895

CABLES. London, Sept 18. The steamer Iona, while on her way   between Leith and London caught fire. The passengers were asleep and on being aroused a panic ensued. A general rush was made for the boats and many persons were injured. Six ladies and the stewardess were burned   to death, the latter losing her life, while making a brave attempt to   rescue the former. The fire was even- tually got under. It originated in the   ladies' cabin. Mr Jones, chief steward, explains that 48 men were rescued and   that the women were incinerated   through the means of egress being   closed. The Yangsi tribesmen, who have long been in revolt against the author-   ity of the Sultan of Morocco, were   overcome by means of a stratagem, at the review hold outside Fez. The Sultan and his court were present, the scene having a most brilliant appear- ance. The imperial troops, acting upo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 September 1895

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.   COOLGARDIE.     TENDERS for clearing Telegraph Line between Boolong (I.O.U.) anil Kur-   nalpi will be received up to 12 Noon on   Saturday 28th September, at above Office.   Specifications can be seen at the Public Works Office, Coolgardie; at the Post   Offices Hannans and White Feather, at Mr   David Reid'ss, I.O.U; and at Mrs .Ames' Kurnalpi Hotel, Kurnalpi. The lowest nor any Tender not necessarily accepted.   JOHN S. READ, (Member of the Stock Exchange, Perth), Stockbroker and Mining Agent, on Commission only. Being directly represented in London has special facilities for selling Shares in W.A. Com- panies floated in England. Complete List of G.M. Companies free. Cable Address.   'Dare,' Perth. Code, Moreing and Neal and Bedford MeNeill. Reference, Bank of New South Wales. 1 and 2 A.M. P. Build- ings, Perth. &nbsp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 September 1895

                      WELLS and Co., AUCTIONEERS,   Mining and General Agents. HANNAN'S. Agents Herrich's Steam Saw Mills.   MELBOURNE CAFE           is now open next door to Lee and Magor's Australia Hotel. FIRST CLASS MEALS AT ALL   HOURS. HOT SUPPERS A SPECIALITY. W. J. RICHARDSON,       Proprietor.               J. D. CONNOLLY, Builder & Contractor,     Sylvester-st., Coolgardie and at the       Feather and Ninety Mile. Contracts under taken on any part of the field.         T. B. CHAPL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 20 September 1895

JAMES McDONALD                   Timber Merchant       and Water Condenser       Hannan Street, Hannan's.           Building and Mining Timber of all   kinds.     MULLED ALE aud PORTER,   HOT SPICED WINE,       9d. Per Glass, at J. G. ALDERDICE'S (Late L. Geoghegan) BLACK SWAN SALOON,   KALGOORLIE. DAVID CHANDLE.R   BUTCHER, WHITE FEATHER is prepared to supply the best of meat NONE BUT THE BEST BEEF AND MUTTON KEPT.   M DONELLAN'S     CRITERION HOTEL, KANOWNA, (White Feather), Under the Patronage of Hons. E. H. Wittenoom, Minister of Mines and H. W. Venn Commissioner of Rail...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 September 1895

KALGURLI GOLD MINES. nnENDERS are invited for the. 1 Supply and Delivery on the mine of 1000 running feet of round Timber in 10ft lengths and not less than 4 inches thick at small end. Tim ber to be sound and straight. The lowest or any other tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders close 30 th September. Apply on the mine to W. H. C. LOVELY, General Manager. SOUTH KALGURLI GOLD MINES. nnENDERS are invited for the Sup § ply and Delivery on the Mine of 1000 running feet of round Timber in 10 Eg lengths and not less than 4in thick at small end. Timber to be sound and straight. The lowest or any other tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders close 30th September. Apply on the mine to W. H. C. LOVELY, General Manager. - . PROSPECTUS , .M.\V - ? ? ? ' OF THE ,?''.',' ^ . Prospecting Syndicate. CAPITAL, .£2,000 IN . 1OO SHARES OF £20 EACH, Of which 50 fully paid-up Shares go to the Vendors in purchase of Six Mineral Leases situated ? between the Great Boulder and Kalgoorlie, on the Boulde...

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CABLES. NEW MINING COMPANIES. THE AUSTRALIAN RACER, PARIS. A CHINESE LOAN. London, Sept 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 September 1895

GABLES. NEW MINING COMPANIES. THE AUSTRALIAN RACER, . PARIS. A CHINESE LOAN. . London, Sept 19. TLt was declared while pondering the question of aid to the aged pour that the -English people must expect a long period to come when a great number of the industrious poor would depend upon the Poor Law. Any proposal, in the direction stated to aid the poor must be extremely tentative, and it would not.be at first widely used. The Great Buninyong Estate Co.» capital £100.000, has been registered, 34,000 shares being offered to the pub lic. The Grand Junction Syndicate, finding that friends are unable to take up all the shares, have decided to form a new company, with a .capital of, £150,000. The- shares offered to the public in the Arrow Proprietary Company have been allotted. Gray's Golden Crown G.M. Co, White Feather, capital £100,000, has been registered, 7,000 shares being offered .to the public. The ' Standard ' affirms that the permanence of the existing revival of British, trade d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 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 bo , ' .issued to the vendors in part payment of the property, . The ballance, 25,000 shares, are offered, to tlie public for subscription, at 2s per share on application, 2s on allotment, and the balance (if required) in calls not to exceed 6d per share per month. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS. O. E. Elburn, Esq., General Manager i for Western Australia of tlie Golden. . ? Arrow Gold Mining Co., Ltd. A. A. Naumann, Esq., Local Director of the Black Flag Proprietary Co. . h Alex. Forbes, Esq., Local Director of 1 the ,JS7e\v Victoria Consols G.M. Co. G 'rIhos. Stoddart, Esq., Managing Direc- E ? tor Coolgardie Carrying Co., Ltd. J A. J. Diamond, Esq., (Messrs Diamond and Sons, Merchants, Fremantle) Pe ' W. Griffichi, Esq., M.P., Adelaide. £ BANKERS : |-£®. The Bank of New South Wales, Cool- noi garciie. ? sou the SOLICITORS : km Messrs Hare and V...

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Kalgoorlie Warden's Court. (Before Warden Jephson ) Friday, Sept. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 September 1895

Kalgoorlie Warden's Court. (Before Warden Jephson ^ Friday, Sept. 20. Three months partial exemption was granted on leases 730, 731, and 732 at the I.O.U. Casey v. Brookman, for cancellation of ^a transfer of certain shares in lease 316. Plaintiff's solicitor stated that the case had been settled, and asked for rectification of the share register so as to enableai; parties concerned to hold undivided shares, the total number of shares to be 504, divided as fol W :-,Casey, 116 ; Brennan, 88: Ferguson, 116; W. G. Brookman, 84 : U /Brookman, 14; P. Chantz, U ? J Milue 86; and P. Mullins, 504.' | Defendant's solicitor consented. Order tor the above alterations, and case dismissed. E H. Lewis v. Smith, for forfeiture of lease 678. The lease was not . worked on 3rd, 4th, and 5th June, in* tact, had never been worked.

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Victoria. THE INCEST CASE. AN EXEMPLARY SENTENCE. Melbourne, Sept. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 September 1895

Victoria.. THE INCEST CASE. AN. EXEMPLARY SENTENCE. Melbourne, Sept. 20. At the Criminal Court; before Mr Justice A'Beekett, Jas Frank Ganna way, 58 years of age, w.ns charged with incest. The accused, in defence, cal led his daughter Alice, who said the prisoner had great domestic troubles, which affected his mind. The jurv returned a verdict of guilty and the judge in sentencing the prisoner said that the case was aggravated by the prisoner's education and the position he held. As the defence consisted of throwing the blame on his daughter and assailing the character of his wife clemency, was oat of, the question and herf/ould therefore sentence the pri soner to 7 years' imprisonment. Ac cused was . formerly a minister but latterly a farmer.

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Land Sales at Kalgoorlie [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 September 1895

Land Sales at Kalgoorlie On Friday Mr R. L. Hair conducted a sale of Government allotments Thirty three being offered in Kalgoor lie, and. one in Kanowna. There was a numerous attendance. The bidding was spirited, and enormous prices were : realised, especially when it was con sidered that the allotments were in the oacit Dioclcs. The highest price given was . £925 by Mr C H. De Rose for Jot 120, and the lowest £325 by Mr A. E. Proctor, for lot 3-25. The total result of the sale was £20,715, the Kalgoorlie allotments averao-ino- over £627 each. This result imfst °be re garded as a highly satisfactory one. Ine following are the particulars of the sale ?:- Kalgoorlie.— Lot 101, A. J. Mon ger £800; lot 102, E. W. Hocking, [ £850 ; lot ] 03, C. H. De Rose, £800 lot 104, C.H.De Rose, £80u; lot 8 improvements, £185, C. H. De Rose £560; lot 105, J. Grenfell, £850 ; lot 106, A. J. Monger, £825 ; lot 107, C. H. De Rose £850; lot 1()8, A J Monger, £875; lot 110, S. E Hock ing £825 ; lot 111, ...

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COOLGARDIE STOCK EXCHANGE. COOLGARDIE, Sept 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 September 1895

COOLGARDIE STOCK EXCHANGE. Coolgaedie, Sept 20. Mr J. Howard Taylor reports the , closing prices at the Coolgardie Stock Exchange were as follows : — Arrows, s, 9a 6d ; b, 9 s ; Cosgroves, 7s 9d, 7s Ifd ; Croesus, 15s 6d, 15s 3d ; Day breaks, pd, b, 3s ; con, 2s ; Golden Bars, 4s 2d, 4s 9d ; Boulders, s, £7 ; Ivanhoe South, 5s 6d, 5s 3d, 5s 9d ; Lake Views, sales, 37s ; Londonderry Consols, 3s 2d, 2s lOd ; Maritana, 24s Gd, 22s 6d ; Moons, b, 12s ; Moorefield, p, 3s 3d ; Premiers, 9s 6d, 9s 9d; Tiu ' dal's, 16s, 13s. Perth, Sept. 20. The Assembly sat until one o'clock this morning debating the Bill to pay .£20,000 to the managers of the Roman Catholic Schools for the abolition of the Government grant. At 12.30 the electric light was cut off and . the House left in darkness. Later on the light was switched on again and after a quarter of an hour the House ad journ-d, having. pa-sed the second reading.

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TELEGRAMS. GOOD AURIFEROUS COUNTRY IN THE FAR NORTH. EXTENDED PROSPECTING. TOUR. NATIVE DEPREDATIONS. South Australia. SHARE MARKET ADELAIDE. Sept. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 September 1895

TELEGRAMS.. '[From our Special Couiucspondent.1 GOOD AURIFEROUS COUNTRY ? IN THE FAR NORTd. extendedTrospectixg TOUR. = NATIVE DEPREDATIONS, [By Telegraph.] 'South Australia. , SHARE MARKET Adelaide, Sept. 20. Eleanora,5s 6d,5s 2d; Ivanhoe South. Extended, '4s 3d, 3s Sd, 4s; Ivanhoe I South con, 6s 3d, 6s; Island Lake Austin, 6s 2d, 6s Id ; Monte Christo con, 4s 5d, 4s 6d : TSTnrs«mn,, o^ cj ys 6d ; Reefers Eureaka, 6s 3d 6s 4d 6s 2d; Royal Dane, 8s 3d, 8s 8d, Ss ' 5d ; Block 45, 9s 6d, 8s lOd ; Bank of England con, 8s 3d, 8s 6d ; Bayley's Reward, 7s 5d; Coolg-ardies, 39s 6d 38s, 38s 6d ; Oosgroves, 7s 6d, 8s ? Croesus, 15s 7M ; Croesus Ex-. 9= s/ 2s lOid, 2s 9^d ; Fortune of War, 4s ? Golden Bars, 25s, 25s 3d, 23s 6d ? Great- Boulder, £7 Is, £7 Is 6d £6 19s; Lak! .View, 36s 6d; Londonderry Consols, 3s 4d ; Londonderry South Extended, 2s 3d, 2s 2d ; Mariana ' \ ^ o l\ \- ^tena North, 3s, 3s 9d, 3s Id; Moon's, 13S- Mni,,, Charlotte Extd, 13 9d, g/^f^ ' Chum South cons, 2s ; Premier, ...

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New South Wales THE NICHOLLS CASE. THE INQUEST ADJOURNED. N.S.W. LEGISLATION. Sydney, Sept. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 September 1895

New South Wales THE NICHOLLS CASE. ^ THE INQUEST ADJOURNED. N.S.W. LEGISLATION. Sydney, Sept. 20. jj! The adjourned inquest on the body \ of Jessie .Nicholls was continued yes \ terday. Herbert 'W. May stated he was enjraeed to the deceased for eigh teen months and last s.w her alive on August 25 th. She had never spoken to him about Sheridan hut told him she wished to get out of her trouble. He had never sent money to deceased when sh© was in Sydney. He was surprised she ha' I gone there. When he was in Sydney in July he wished to marry the deceased, but she refused to become his wife. When lie got a letter from Mr Nicliolls he agreed to go to Sydney and marry the girl but could not leave till Friday, August 30th, when he spent the whole day with Mrs Nicholls searching for de ceased. The reason Miss Nicholls re fused to marry him was because her mother was unacquainted with their intentions in the matter. Other evi dence was given as to how on August 28th Mrs Chapman had stated to ...

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(By Urgent Wire.) Adelaide. September 20 [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 September 1895

(By Urgent Wire.) ~ _ Adelaide. Rpnf.omi,^ on ?tJreat Boulders, £6 17s Jd ^ u~ ''' Moons, 13s Golden Bars, 20s 6d Royal Mints, 13s 10kl Ivanhoe South Extended, 4s 2d

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BACKING PARIS FOR THE CAMBRIDGESHIRE. THE BETTING MARKET. Melbourne, Sept. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 September 1895

BACKING PARIS FOR THE CAMBRIDGESHIRE. THE BETTING MARKET. Melbourne, Sept. 19. Money is to be sent from Melbourne „ to back Paris, the Australian horse for the Cambridgeshire Stakes. With only 7st 101b to carry the Cam bridgeshire is by average racing men looked upon as a mere matter of health and Witness for Paris to win. A syn dicate to back him was formed in the Melbourne Stock Exchange to-day and £100 was got together in a few minu tes. This amount is being cabled home to be put on Paris and there is some talk about, other syndicates being formed. Paris is at 100 to 8 against in the English betting market. For the V.R.C. Derby Aurora was supported at £300 to £50 and for the Caulfield Cup Bruin was backed at £5,00 to £30 ; Eiridsforde at £300 to £210.

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West Australia. COOLGARDIE. Sept. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 September 1895

West Australia. Coolgardie. SeDt. 20 Messrs Park, Sayers and Xockhart the original prospectors of the Lake harlot rush, have just returned from a lengthy prospecting expedition, havino been out since last Christmas. They travelled over about two thousand miles of country, and report finding a splendid auriferous belt near Lake Way, with an abundant permanent supply of fresh water. The entire country from Coolgardie to north of Lake Way is of an auriferous nature, with the exception of little patches. They also prospected for several hun dred miles east of Lake Darlot, reach ing the vicinity of Lake Augusta and Like Wells. They travelled along Lake Wells for a hundred miles, and are of opinion that Lakes Wells and Augusta are connected, though a hun dred miles intervene between them on the map. They found no gold bearing country there, but further south near Cosmo Newberry Hill found gold in reefs and gullies. They saw very few blacks, and had no trouble with them. CHlie party consid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 21 September 1895

J° f'Ik' REAtD« Member of the Stock Minin, A Tf' nerth)' Stockbroker and .umnig Agent, on Commission only. Bei™ ' faoS L r;PreSt'ted hl Lo»^ his speS racilities for selling Shares iu W A Com pangs floated in England, clpfete^ ° Dn,., » p°m^am^ free' Cable Address. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. COOLGARDIE. SPENDERS will be received u*p to 12 noon -&- on Saturday, 5th October, for the KeTdWoT W'T *««'*. « Mr David ? HeotS;iL0r^P,and ^ Mr AmeS' K™ 'I* cccipete!reSt °r tt7'TeDder nOt nece^anly PUBLIC VVORKi'D^PARlSElSr' . , COOLGARDIE. . ? RENDERS for clearing Telegraph Line ?A between Boolong (10 U ) anrl TC,7 aalpi will be received up tol2 Noofnn Saturday 28th September, L above %£*on Works' omT pan. bVeeu at the Pllblic accepted'686 ^ **' '^^ »Ot ne— % ? ;MINES. HHENDERS are invited for the Sup 71nn/?yand DeliverJ on the Miife ? , ot 1000 running feet of round Timber ml Oft lengths and not less than 4in thiclcat small end. Timber to be somidand straight. The lowest or any other te...

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