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THE FRENCH CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES. ANGRY SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 1 November 1895
THE FRENCH CHAMBER OF : DEPUTIES. ANGRY SCENE. At the discussion en the Railway scandals in the Chamber of Deputies, several scenes occurred, culminating in one instance in a free fi^ht be tween the Socialists, who were hopelessly divided' ©n the question. Four attempts were made to drag M. Libon, Minister of Labour, from the Chamber, bub the party were sur rounded, and compelled to desist. Order was only restored with great dif ficulty. .
CABLES. THE ARMENIAN TROUBLES. MORE OUTRAGES. INHABITANTS OF A VILLAGE MASSACRED. MEN BURNED ALIVE. WOMEN OUTRAGED. TREASON IN THE SULTAN'S HOUSEHOLD. SUSPECTS POISONED. LONDON, October 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 1 November 1895
CABLES. ' ? g- — . ? . THE ARMENIAN TROUBLES. MORE OUTRAGES. mHABITANTsToF A VILLAGE MASSACRED. MEN BURNED ALIVE. WOMEN OUTRAGED. TREASON IN THE SULTAN'S ' HOUSEHOLD. SUSPECTS POISONED. ,- ,V / London, October 29. Further serious outrages are re ported to have taken place in the Trebe zond district. One Armenian village was attacked by an armed nartr nf Moslems; and ? terrible excesses were committed'. The Louses were fired, and all the Armenians captured and 'shot without mercy. Toung men were burned alive, and women horribly out raged. None were saved, over 150 deaths being recorded. Fourteen members of the Sultan's: household, being suspected of treason,, have been suspended. The Sultan professed the greatest horror at the crime, and ordered the suspects rigid imprisonment. Next morning the. sus pects were found dead, poison having been administered in their food.
SPORTING. MELBOURNE, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 1 November 1895
SPORTING. - ?? [By Telegraph.] Melbourne, October 30. The racing public rejoice that Mr W. R. Wilson' has bought back the Derby favorite Wallace. . On hearing of their good fortune the three gentle men who held the . tickets hastened to Melbourne to interview' Mr Wilson. Mr A. Peacock, chief secretary of the -Victorian: Racing Club, accompanied them' to Mr Wilson.' H« frankly ex-, plained to ±Mr Wilson that they know nothing about horse racing, but that he attended and would do the best he could for the new owners of Wallace. Mr Wilson submitted what he re garded as a. fair price for the horse. The deputation .then withdrew to' con sider the offer. By quotations from other quarters' later' in the day they refused to, accept the, terms offered by Mr Wilson. 'The latter could not be induced to enlarge his olfer, sayiag he was not. a horse. dealer and had ma.de them a fair offer ior' 'the horse, but 'although! he was anxious to do business he, would not' advance one penny above the pri...
THE RUSSO-CHINESE TREATY. STATEMENT BY "THE TIMES." OUR NEW GOVERNOR. BANQUETTED AT HULL. GLADSTONE ON THE ARMENIAN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 1 November 1895
THE RUSrfO-CHINESE TREATY. STATEMENT BY ' THE TIMES.': OUR NEW G OY ERNOR. BANQUETTED AT HULL. GLADSTONE ON THE ARMENIAN QUESTION. 'Tho Tirnes^' has published a state ment from a high Russian diplomatic authority, denying the existence of a new treaty between Russia and China. Colonel Gerard Smith,, the newly appointed Governor of Yv\A., was en thusiastically banquetted by the citi zens of Hull. In the course of a speech in reply to the toast of his health the Colonel- expressed the; desire that- he might be of service ;to the Australian. Colonies. ' . ..- ! ' : -. ; Mr Gladstone, in a letter to the press on the Armenian question, de clares that God has given the Sultan to be a curse to mankind, and expresses the hope that God in His mercy will speedily end his rule.
South Australia. THE ROSE AND SHAMROCK GOLD MINING COMPANY. PROPERTY SOLD TO A KALGOORLIE PURCHASER. ADELAIDE, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 1 November 1895
Si 43 A - ° OH 111 iUu.5 Cl d.lld 0 THE ROSE AND SHAMROCK GOLD MINING COMPANY. PROPERTY SOLD TO A KALGOORLIE PURCHASER. ... ' .. ? ' Adelaide. 'October. 30. ': : ; Ajoieating of .'.the .Rose'- and Sham rock Gold Mining Company was held to-day, the Mayor of Adelaide (Mr C, Tucker1) presiding. An offer was read from Thos. W. Lyons, dated Kalgoorlie, October 23rd, offering £3.5,000 cash for the Company's property. A -motion was carried authorising the Directors to dispose of tlie property in such, manner, as -lliffy- thought fit.- - -. ? . \\ A shocking . fatality occurred at -Broken - Hill' on Saturday night. A'~ three-room«d house caught fire, and a . miner named John Woods-,- who was asleep at the time, perished -in the flames. The new Governor, Sir T. F. Bux ton, arrived by the Austral on Monday and had a splendid reception. Thou sands of people gathered in the streets and cheered lustily. 'He took; the' -oaths of office-iii the Town Hall in the afternoon.
West Australia. PERTH, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 1 November 1895
West Australia. Pertb, October 31. The Premier proposes to visit the Eastern goldfields next month. He will leaye Perth on the 19 th of No vember to visit Coolgardie and Kal goorlie. Sir John referred to ? the objects of his forthcoming visit in a speech at Northani yesterday.- Amongst other matters Iig will enquire 'into the question of formulating a'water supply scheme for th« fields.
ANOTHER CASE OF SMALL-POX. THE SCONE TRAGEDY. VERDICTS OF MURDER AND SUICIDE AGAINST BROWN. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 1 November 1895
ANOTHER CASE OF SMALL POX &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; THE SCONE TRAGEDY &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; VERDICTS OF MURDER AND SUICIDE AGAINST BROWN. Another man has developed un- &nbsp; &nbsp; doubted symptoms of small pox. Con- sequency there are now six actual &nbsp; cases of the disease apart from the two cases now under observation. &nbsp; &nbsp; Proberly the Cuzco will be handed over to the agent to-morrow after- noon. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A verdict of wilful murder was re- &nbsp; turned against the man Brown, who shot Martha Haynes at Scone, re cently. At the inquest on Brown's body, the jury returned a verdict of suicide.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 1 November 1895
E. FETHERSTONHAUGH MINING AGENT, STOCK and SHARE BROKER, AGENT FOR COOLGARDIE CARRYING CO., LTD. &nbsp; &nbsp; 9 EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; KALGOORLIE. &nbsp; &nbsp; F. A. MARQUESS, Auctioneer, Share broker and Mining Agent, Hannan &nbsp; &nbsp; street, Kalgoorlie. Agents in Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Coolgardie, and London. Mining properties floated, secretaryships undertaken, warden's court work atten- ded to. Agoncies-Imperial Fire Insurance &nbsp; Co. Fire risks taken at tariff rates. Na- tional Mutual Life Association. Life assur- ances effected. Paling and Co, pianos and organs. &nbsp; A. BICKERTON and Co., Steam Saw Millers, next McDonald's well, beg &nbsp; &nbsp; 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. &nbsp; IMPORTANT NOTICE. &...
New Zealand. AN ILLEGAL OPERATION. AUCKLAND, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 2 November 1895
New Zealand. AN ILLEGAL OPERATION. Auckland, October 30. A man named Brown and his wife, the former describing himself as a medical man, have been arrested in connection with the death of a young woman, upon whom it is believed a criminal operation, was performed. . : A resident of the' Thames district, having had his house entered during his absence, fixed a gun in. such a way that anyone attempting to enter an up-stairs room would erase the weapon to explode, - On returning home in the evening,, he found a Maori lying outside, shot through the heart. The Wellington House of Represen tatives, on a division, rejected the Canadian and Adelaide Treatise of Re ciprocity.
BRUTAL ASSAULT. BROKEN HILL, Nov. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 2 November 1895
'BWTAL ASSAULT^ Broken Hill, Nov, 1.. On Saturday night Mr F. Harper, head of the Broken Hill Labor Bureau, was subjected to a brutal assault, on, his way home. Ho was struck from behind on- the head with a bottle of beer, and stunned. He bled freely. His aggressor was a man whom- Mr Harper had refused work at a mine at Aflnlaiflfii GENERAL BOOTH ARRIVES. Sydney,- Nov. 1. General Booth has arrived. irom Melbourne, and at o;ice proceeded to Manly, where' he will stay ti'l to.mor row, when he will go to Brisbane.
Opening of the Dartmouth L.O.L. No. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 2 November 1895
Opening of the Dartmouth L.O.L. No. 12. The above lodge was inaugurated in Kalgoorlie, on Friday evening. - A large number of brethren assembled to witness the opening ceremony,, which was performed by .Brother Knox, of the Grand Executive Committee, who also installed the officers elect, after reading the charter granted by the Grand Orange Lolgc of West Austra lia, authorising the holding of an Orange Lodge in Kalgoorlie. The following officers were installed for the ensuing year : — W.M., Brother T. J. Knox; D.I-J., Brother W. J. McMahon ; secretary, Brother W. Phair ; treasurer, Brother J. Graham ; foreman/ of' committee, Brother D. McKinnc-y. The newly installed officers returned thanks for the honor, of being elected to office. Other busi ness being transacted, several new candidates were proposed for member ship. The lodge closed in the usual ancient style. Refreshments were afterwards partaken of, loyal toasts being honored and responded to, after which the brethren brought ...
New South Wales THE SOLICITORS RELEASE SWINDLE EXPOSED. MYSTERIOUS MURDER. KILLED WITH A BOOT. A.J.S. BANK CHAIRMAN DEAD. SYDNEY, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 2 November 1895
New South Wales THE SOLICITORS RELEASE '. SWINDLE EXPOSED. MYSTERIOUS MURDER. KILLED WITH A BOOT. - AJ;S. BANK CHAIRMAN ?' DEAD. Sydney, October 31. In the Legislative Council Mr Cox moved the adjournment of the House to call attention to the release of Rofe, a solicitor found ffuilty of conspiracy under the 'First Offsnclers' Act,' He thought it was monstrous that any per son should be singled out for such un merited mercy. It was a travesty of justice to apply the Act ' in ' this case, as it was only intended for the. benefit of youtlis,1 and not to matured' intelli gence. This man had offended deliber ately; : . ; /, .;': -..?--? ..:.-,'-' ?'.-?''' At the inquest held at Forbes on the body of a man. unknown found in - the ?Lachlan river on October 20th,1 the medical evidence showed that the man's ?skulb had bsen knocked as'with a ham-' mcr. The jury returned a verdict of wilful murder -against 'spine- person, oi. persons unknown. ?' -.r Thomas Holmes has been arrested ? on suspic...