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MORE ARMENIAN TROUBLES. FIGHTING REPORTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 29 October 1895
MORE ARMENIAN TROUBLES. FIGHTING REPORTED. Fighting is reported at Eszing Yam between the Moslems and the Armenians, the former being the f aggressors. Sixty Armenians have been killed. ? The London 'Standard' reports that some Moslems have burned a Christian village near Ismael, in Armenia, at the same time killing every inhabitant. The British Ambassador, Sir Phillip Crime, has warned the Sultan of the danger of a recurrence of the outrages against Christian subjects. The Sultan, in reply, assured Sir Phillip that he was a^^- firmly determined to make the reforms effective. Under the agreement it is understood that the Powers retain the right to object to any incapable officials being appointed to administer the law in Armenia.
CHINESE AFFAIRS. THE TREATY WITH RUSSIA. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 29 October 1895
CHINESE AFFAIRS. THE TREATY WITH RUSSIA. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. The 'Pall Mall Gazette' comment ing on the reported treaty between China and Russia declares that the agreement means the - ruin of the British trade, and the loss of all t- British money invested in China. The article further slates that the treaty means alien domination of the Pacific. The presence of the Russian warships at Vancouver was dangerous, and the ' Gaz«tte '' urges the British to occupy Port Hamilton, pointing out the ad vantages of the spacious well sheltered harbour, which is only 30 mile3 south of Corea. The 'St fames Gazette!' advocates the conclusion of the AmoIo Japanese alliance in order to prevent China becoming a mere tributary of Russia. ? ? It is. announced in our advertising columns, that the statutory meeting of the I.O.U Venture G.M. Co., wili be held to-night at (he Australia Hotel. A small supply of water has been Struck iu Mr R. H. Davies- water shaft afc the south end of the town. As yet t...
CABLES. MINING COMPANIES LONDON, October 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 29 October 1895
CABLES. MINING COMPANIES - - ?? ; - ' ?? . Londox, October 2 0 . Seventy-five thousand shares in * the Just-in-Tirne mine, Pilbarra, have been allotted. ' '::y ???;'. ' Shares to the number or 210,000 in the Hannans Prospecting and Develop ment Company have been allotted. The Company has a capital of half a million. The Rose of England G.M. Com pany, Murchisoiij with a capital of ££0,000, has been registered ; shares to the number of 55,000 being offered to the public. 1 - The Lady Forrest G.M. Co, Murchi son, frith a' capital of £100,000, has been registered, 40.000 shares being offered to the public, and the Universal Coronation G.M. Co, vrith a capital of half a million, has also been registered; fgblic subscription being invited for lares to tho number of 205,000. The latter company will operate on African ibt and Australian mining properties. Tvrenty seven thousand five hundred shares in tlie I.II.I. Grand Junction Co, New Zealand, having a capital of £141,000, have been allott...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 29 October 1895
MAIL NOTICES. Mails for tho Australian Colonies, per Valetta, and for the United Kingdom Trill close «,fc this office on Tuesday next, the 29th instant, at 1.30 p.m. A supplementary mail will also be made up for the Australian Colonies and United Kingdem on the following day at 1.30 p.m. T. J. Ham, pro P.M.
"COURIER" PLANT REPORTED TO BE BURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 October 1895
« COURIER' PLANT REPORTED TOBEBi'RNED. Following the great blaze :at; ther railway goods shed on Suuday morn ing, came the news of the destruction ««rlv on Monday morning of a large and valuable stock of goods in Messrs Lionel Sampson and Sons' stores, situ ated in the immediate ricinity of the fjre. The loss is put down at over ,£3000 and may be understated at ,£4000. It is only covered, by insur ance to the extent of £2,500. The *** buildings were the property of Sir George Shenton aad were only' insured for £300. It is stated that the second plant for the ' Courier' office at Coolgardie, was destroyed in the fire at the railway shed.
THE FREMANTLE FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 October 1895
I THE FREMANTLE FIRE. W The chief topic of conversation 111 . i commercial circles yesterday, was the BteBfcdisastrous fire at Fremanflg, which JPSlliltased destruction to so large a quan % tity of goods, at a time when the y import trade was barely in keeping I with the demands of a rapidly mylti h plying population. The fira imported if quite a serious tone into business M circles. ; ?/. ?;,-;-
KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 30, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 October 1895
KALGOORLIE MINER -? ' PUBLISHED DAILY.. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 30, 1895. At last an attempt is being made to overcome the want of available land on'- which the miners and others desir ing to do. so can build homes without ?paying enormous sums for allotments. As we pointed out some days ago all the necessary Machinery for registering blocks held und»r miners' rights or business licenses is provided in the Mining Regulations in force in the colony, and all that was needed was a Warden with the pluck necessary to cai'ry out the law in spite of the grasp ing policy of the Lands Department. In Warden Fielding we hare the man for whom the fields have so long- been yearning', and it is to his credit that he has dared to allow the registration of allotments outside the town boun daries. No other Warden has exercised this power, and the residents of the town owe him a debt of gratitude for his plucky action in this matter. The land thrown open for selection is situated on the rising ground north w...
Items of News [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 October 1895
§fenu5 of UTenxs The water struck in the well sunk in the town is now being carted for use. Condensers are rapidly g'jing up at the Lake, and this should tend to decrease the difficulty in obtaining water. Application has been made for lease No. 2400. The numbers are rapidly swelling, and at the present rate three thousand will soon be reached. The statutory meeting of share he lders in the Hayes' Black lleef G.M. Company will be held at the Australia Hotel at 8 o'clock to-night. On Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, no cases came on for hearing before the Kalgoorlie Warden's Court. Oue case will be tried to-day, and a number are set down for hearing to-morrow. Typhoid fever has already made its appearance at Southern Cross, eight cases having been admitted into the hospital, while four other patients suffering from it have gone down to Perth. .' ???;?.- We are glad to state that the Clerk of the Courts, Kalgoorlie, (Mr Forbes), who was unable to attend to his-duties on Monday, owing to ...
CABLES. RUSSIAN FLEET AT PORT ARTHUR. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. LONDON, October 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 October 1895
CABLES. — ? ^ ? RUSSIAN FLEET AT PORT ARTHUR. OPINIONS OP THE PRESS. London. October 28 . The ' Standard ' remarks that the reported granting of an anchorage for the Russian fleet at Port Arthur, whether for. disguised, or . open Russian occuoatien of this important naval station, has opened the whole Chinese question. If the report be true Great Britain and Japan would not .allow the treaty to stand. . The ' Temps ' considers that Russia ought to be allowed to enjoy th®. fruits of her diplomacy. --; ^Other French papers concur in the opinion. M. Gaulois, in an address to the Emperor or Germany, promised to support Russia in the far east.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 October 1895
M 'HENRY CLARK, LISSIMAN t , * AND CO., UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, KANOWNA (White Feather). Goods Arriving Weekly. Best and Cheapest Place to deal for everything. Prospecting Parties Fitted Out. Also Coolgardie, Southern Cross ? Fremantle and Bunbury, [A CARD.] DR. J. A. O'MKEHAN and DR. G. W BARBER have entered .into partner ship, and can be consulted at the Exchange . Buildings, rooms 1 and 2. Houbs : 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. 2 p.m. to 3 xi.ni. , 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Diseases of the Eye treated on Saturdays from 2 to 4 p.m. y D. CONNOLLY, £.! o Builder & Contractor, ylT«ater-st., Coolgardie and at the F«ather and Ninety Mile. Hojsfcrncfcs undertaken on any part ef the field. CLIMIE EASTWOOD asd CO., - ' Hanjtat* Street, Kalgoorlie. Chat*, CexN ax» Gbskral Merchants. FULL stocks of Chaff, Bran, Oats, Pol lard, Linaeed and Compressed Fodder. Horsefecd can bs delivered at any of the mines in the rieinity on application to the manager* W.J. Cakill. XT A II N and C 0. Watchmakers and Jewellers,...
Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 30 October 1895
Mining Notes. (by our mining reporter.) ??It is reported that good stone has r been struck on the French syndicate's: property, at the I.O.U. At Anderson's Creek TVic.^ minim? aaatters are improving, the old Warr&ndyte Company having in its last crushing produced 95oz from 50 tone of stone. Mr. Zebina Lane, manager of the Great Boulder, has closed his office in Coolgardie, and has removed his staff to the Boulder. On his return from the Eastern Colonies he intends re maining on the mine, and will have a private office in Kalgoorlie. Ciptain TruBcott, who recently floated a syndicate to work the Gertrude mine, I.O.U., has received an offer of £17,000 for the purchase of the pro perty. The offer will be considered at a meeting of directors to be held at au ^arly dale. -,r^^J3reat Boulder return for the 5?5-@cPiortnight was 1,455 ounces of Smelted gold from 285 tons of stone. The company treated 05 tons, yielding 543 ounces, at their own battery, and 220 tons, yielding 912 ounc...