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Police Court FRIDAY, NOVEMBER I. (Before Mr P. Fielding, R.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 2 November 1895
Police Court, Friday, November I. (Before Mr P. Fielding, .R.M.) 'Frederick Ryan was charged with disorderly conduct in a public place. Fined £5, 'or in default, three months' imprisonment. I-i'avre -..' R-osentiial. — Claim for £1 il3 4d, wages due to plaintiff for work performed in defendant's behalf. Dismissed, with costs. ? 'Bartlett v. Wells. — Defendant was charged with allowing refuse to' accu- mulate on. his .premises. The informa tion, was laid under section 92 of the Health Act, by Alfred Henry Bartlett, town clerk of 'Kalgoorlie, and secretary of the local Board of Bealth. Alfred Henry Bartlett, in evidence, stated that he had served defendant with a notice on tho 26 th October to remove certain bogs of potatoes in a rotten condition, and other refuse, from his premises. Defendant ? neglected to do 'so, and witness in consequence laid the infor mation. ? Robert Clarkson, acting sanitary ? inspector, who was called,' corroborated the evidence of Bartlett. Defendant made a ...
A SOLICITOR SUSPENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 2 November 1895
A SOLICITOR SUSPENDED.. The Law Institute yesterday sum moned -Henry Hodgkinson, a solicitor, before Mr Justice Williams for alleged. misconduct in a case in which he was retained by Mrs Margaret Smith. His Honor considered he had misappro _priated certain money given to him, and suspended him from practice for 12 months.
Land Sale at Kalgoorlie [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 2 November 1895
Land Sale at Kalgoorlie A sale of land was held at the Kal goorlie Warden's Court, yesterday,- of J-acre allotments at Kurnalpi and Kanowna townships, Mr Slade Forbes acting as auctioneer. The price? on the whole were rather lower than usual. The following is a list of the allotments sold ; — Kurnalpi : -Lot 17, J. F. Dwyer, £70 ; lot 18, Carmichael, £70 ; lot 19, J. F. Dwyer ?£82 ; lot 90, J. F. Dwyer, £110 ; lot 80, J. F. Dwyer, £1*0 ; lot 15, J. F. -Dwyer, £102 ; lot 16, J. F. Dwyer, £182 ; lot 38, J. F. Dwyer, £106 : lot 91,-McKenzie, £140. K.AXOW2TA : Lot 39, W. II. C. Lovely, £40; lot 40, J. P. Flynn,.. £62 ; lot 134, Carmichael, £46 ; lot 125, Mrs Loues, £74; lot 79, J. H. Lissiman, £78s : lot 118, J. H. Brophy,£4i
CABLES. STRANGE LUNACY CASE. LONDON, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 2 November 1895
CABLES. STRANGE LUNACY CASE. London, October 31. A strange lunacy case was brought to light by the Lunacy Commission. A girl named Miss Lanchester, 24 years of age, developed violent Socialistic tendencies, and openly expressed her desire for the life of a Socialist agita tor. Without medical examination she was seized by order of her parents, and confined in a private lunatic asylum. The girl's friends appeared before tho Lunacy Commission, which made full enquiries into the case, and finding no trace whatever of lunacy, ordered the girl's release.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 2 November 1895
r ? : : '' --- .\ '''? ''.'?? 1 ? ?-''.; 8 »-' -?---'?.-. -.'?''- . ?_ -'.-.-'.. 8 1 A. W. ROD DA, .'-....'. .. CLOTHIER, MERGER akd HATTER. Opening Day — SATURDAY/ NOVEMBER . 2nd. ALL THE LATEST STYLES ;'?'? ; '? ' -' .?' : IN - ;'?/ -'MEN'S REQUISITES ? -' Specially' Seleeted for the Goldfields ? 'Old' Customers: and the public are requested to note the address : NEXT DOOR W.A. BANK,'. KAIGOOELU\ PUBLIC MEETING. GOLDFIELDS NATIONAL LEAGUE. ?Tj~T has been decided t© hold a Public - JL ' Meeting simultaneously in all centres of the Goldfields of W.A. on SATURDAY, the 2nd NOVEMBER, ? when Branches of the above League will be formed, and the following plat form submitted for adoption, so that the Government may be impressed to the fullest degrc« with the universality and importance, of the movement. All those interested are requested to meet at Quigley's Hall at 8 p.m. on above date. Chair to be taken by G. McL. Mathesen, Esq. PLATFORM. 1. To. obtain the establishment, in conjunc tion...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 2 November 1895
' iri 1ETHERST0N H A U a H .MINING AGENT, STOCK and: SHARE .^'^ -a BROKER, ft A« JSNT FOR COOLG AKDIE .CARRYING Co,y I/ED. 9 EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, ; KALGOORLIE. . 1[VA. MARQUESS, Auctioneer, Share 1 ? broker and Mining Agent, Hannan street, Kalgoorlie. Agents in Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Coolgardie, and London. Mining properties floated, secretaryships 1 undertaken, warden's court work atten ded to. Agoncies— Imperial Fire Insurance ' C©. Fire risks taken at tariff rates. Na tionalMutual 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 M ining and Building Timber. Satisfaction Guaranteed. : ?????:'- ;,??.;-:.???;? J. VV. LYALL, 0. .. : . '?.?.' Manager. IMPORTANT NOTICE. To the inhabitants- of Hannans, Great Boulder and surrounding districts. LYONS & CHANDLER, . : Butchers, A BE Opening their pre...
KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, NOV. 2, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 2 November 1895
KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, NOV. 2,. 1895. TnB approaching visit of Uie Premier, Sir John 'Forrest, to Kalgoorlie, is of more than passing importance to the fields. Ifc is to the Premier chiefly that we owe almost everything that has been _ done for the district. He, almost alone, fought for the field when no big interests were represented here, and on his own authority he kept open the road from Southern Cross at a cost of £30,000, when the first water famine was experienced here, and it looked as if the fields would have to be deserted. While the rest of the Colony was pin- ? ning its faith to the Murchison, and would hear of no rival to that district 5 Sir John came to the rescue of Cool gardie, and in spite of terrible opposi tion insisted on the Woiks Department keeping' the roads open at any cost. This was done, 'but at the close of the succeeding session of Parliament, the Opposition wreaked their revenge on the field by catching a'snatch vote in a thin House,...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 2 November 1895
MAIL NOTICES. For- the Australian -Colonies, per R.M.S. Ophir, will close at this . office on Monday next, the 4th November,' at 3.15 p.m. A supplementary mail will close on the following day at -the same hour. Late letters, with the usual fee of 2d in addition to the postage, will be received up till 3.45 'p.m. For the United Kingdom .will close Wed nesday, the 6th November, at 3.15 p. rn. Late letters will be received up till 3..-15 p.m. Late letters, not bearing the late fee,, will not be forwarded till the day. following the e'.osinj of mails. .''''.' -?»??*?» t , Ti i T% ? i. jT\ a* ? 'T71 ? - mails close ac xiannaivs rose yniee — rui- Goolqardie, Perth, and 'intermediate Pos'; Offices daily at 3.30 p.m. Registered letters at-12.S0 p.m. - ' For Kanowna, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, 'and SaLir.oa.ys, at 2 p.m. For I.O.U- and Kurnalpi on Thursdays at 9 p.m. The post Office is open for the delivery of letters and newspapeis daily, from 9 a.m to 5 p.m.,: and on Thursdays and Saturdays e...
FIGHTING IN ARMENIA [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 2 November 1895
FIGHTING IN ARMENIA; It transpires that the outrages, re ported at Maras really took; place ^at Ma rash in Armenia. .Two' 'thousand rioters attacked the gendarmes : and murdered the commander. The fight. ing between the Turks and Armenians in the town extended over three, days. Twenty-six thousand Armenians in the Leusang district revolted and the situation has induced Armenian affairs to be depressed. Tha Vienna correspondent of' the 'Times' reports .that;. the -Sultan is convinced that the ; other Powers are trying to isolate Great Britain. ; T,he hostility of the Turkish officials tb'the Press of England ?! Vindicates'' that Russia and France .are intending to co-operate with Great Britain regard-, ing Armenia, Germauy being inactive. |w The Hong Kong correspondent . of ^The Times' states' that at 'a 'public banquet *;at Vladivostock, durihgSep tember. the Governor oE East Siberia referred to the concessi©ns:by China to1 Russia and declared thatVladivostock' should remain the hea...
LORD SALISBURY ON THE STUMP. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 2 November 1895
LORD SALISBURY ON THE STUMP. Lord Salisbury, at a political meet ing, declared that the recent general elections would prove a turning point in the political history of England com mercially and industrially. The de pression in agriculture demanded the attention first of the Government, who proposed- to increase the means of transit for produce, and also to relieve the land burdens under which the owners suffered. ? : '4
A KING STRUCK BY LIGHTNING, BUT NOT KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 2 November 1895
A KING STRUCK BY LIGHT NING, BUT NOT KILLED. It is reported that Menelin Negus, King of Abyssinia, has been killed, having been struck by lightning. The report is not iwholly true, he having been struck, but .not with a fatal result, and is iioav recovering. Tnc South African agent of J. II. Robinson, a mining magnate, was nar rowly prevented from jumping a thou sand claims. The land is valued at *** four millions. A.- special mission despatched by France has annexed the islands of Husasine and Bora B'ora, belonging to the Society Group, in the South Pacific
FRANCE AND MADAGASCAR. RAILWAY SCANDALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 2 November 1895
FRANCE AND MADAGASCAR. RAILWAY SCANDALS. The French Government declares that France assumes no responsibility in regard to the treaty between Mada gascar and other nations. Some of the English papers are urging that inter national action should be taken with regard to Madagascar and that France should not be allowed to dictate what terms she pleases. M. Bourgeois is engaged in the work of forming a Ministry. If he succeeds in his task his Government is expected ^ to include M.'s Lockroy, Hanoteaux, ?* Cara'gnac, and Peyeral. Arrangements have been made to prosecute the persons suspected of muiu m connection wicn tne southern railway. The Chamber of Deputies has unani mously decided not to allow members to participate in financial syndicates.
THE DEAN CASE. ALLEGATIONS AGAINST SIR JULIAN SALOMONS. THE HEARING ADJOURNED. SYDNEY, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 2 November 1895
THE DEAN CASE. ALLEGATIONS AGAINST SIR Ji'LIAN SALOMONS. THE HEARING ADJOURNED. [By Telegraph.] Sydney, October 31. The heaving of the charge of con spiracy against Meagher. Crick, Dean, Green and Jane Reynolds' commenced yesterday at the Water Police Court. For the prosecution, the 'Hansard' report of speeches by- Messrs Meagher; Crick. Want and Sir Julian Salomons was handed in in evidence. Crick objected, . and said- thai 'Sir- Julian Salomons should bis prevented from leaving the colony.--.; Sir 'Julian, he continued, ought to have been on his trial instead of him.-'1 '''' : - Meagher's counsel pointed out that Salomons expressed himself as agree-' able to give money to Dean if the latter left tho 'colony. The evidence- was ad mitted,- and the further^ hearing of tho charges wa3 adjourned. ' ?