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West Australia. PERTH, November 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 2 November 1895
[?] Perth, November 1. The Government has appointed two Inspectors of Mines under the Mines Regulations Act, passed last, session. No adveilisement was inserted in the press calling for application, but some twenty-three applications were received. The ' successful men were — Cofton- Thomas Fowler, and Frank Reed. The former' was appointed Inspector of the Eastern Golcfields, including Ral gobrlie and adjacent 'fields ; Reed being placed in charge of the Mur chison and neighboring localities.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 2 November 1895
MOLINE & SUMMERHAYES Architects, Building Surveyors, and Valuators BayJey-st., Coolgardie. Local Agent : Geoffrey Havtxins Kalgoorlie. ./. .. ? ,-/ NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Re Fksdektck Rowland 'Elwell, Deceased. 'OURSUANT fco an 'Act of the Imperial jL Parliament macle-andJpasF.ad in 22nd and 2Srd. years of the reign of Her present Majesty, chapter 35, intituled .-': An. Acl to further amend the law'' of property' 'and to relieve trustees as adopted by local ordi nance, olst Vic, No. 8.' .':'. i ; '- NOTICE is hereby given that all credi tors and other persons having,' any claim's' or demands upon or against the Estate of Frederick Eowland Elwell, late,of Northam. and Coolgardie, in the colony of Western Australia, deceased, who died at Coolgardie aforesaid on Thursday, the second day of May, 1S95, and letters of admiaistration with will annexed of whose' estate=and effects were granted to Roberb Rivington Pilksig ton, of Northam.'aforesaid, solicitor (the attorney for Frances-...
A Great Silver Mine. EIGHT MILLIONS IN DIVIDENDS AND BONUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 2 November 1895
-A Great Silver Mine. EIGHT MILLIONS IN DIVI DENDS AND BONUS. The Broken Hill Proprietary ' Com pany, which recently declared its 100th dividend, amounting to Is per share, in'all £96,000, (states the. Melbourne ct Argus. ') has returned to shareholders the'siim of .£6,368,000 sterling in divi-; 'Helkls' and -bonuses, apart from tho nominal value of she res received from offshoots amounting to .£1,744,000, - or a grand total of £8^112,000. Tho first dividend of £10,000 was paid on 26th July,. 18S6r-and' since that time, a period of 9^ 'years,- or- 11 1 months, the only occasions on which no return has been made were : — August and Sep tember,- 1886 ; May, ; 1887 '; .June ' to ? December, 1892 ; March to July, 1893, which were caused chiefly, by- -sti-ikes, and on August, 1895, by the fire in the mine. The company has large and extensive establishments, both at the mine and Port Pirie, also offices in Melbounip, Sydnej', Adelaide and London, and employs over 5,000 hands in all depart...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 2 November 1895
TV/jPHENRY CLARK, LISSIMAN Jj/JL and CO., UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, KANOWNA (White Feather). Good* Arriving Weekly. Best and Cheapest Place to deal foi everything. Prospecting Parties Fitted Out. Also Coolgardie, Southern Cross Fremantle and Bunbury, . . [A CARD.] DR. J. A. O'MEEHANaudDR. G. W BARBER have entered into partner ship, and can be consulted afc the Exchange Buildings, rooms 1 and 2. Hours : ? 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Dii«as«i of the Eye treated on Saturdays from 2 to 4 p.m. - 'T D. CONNOLLY, -L# © Builder & Contractor, ylreaUr-at., Coolgardie and at the Feather and Niaaty Mile. 9»itrac&s anelertakan on any part ©f the field. CLiyiS EASTWOOD and CO., Hanitaw Stebbt, Kalsoorlie. Cxatv, Cosh anb General Merchants. TTIULLafeoQkB of Chaff, Bran, Osits, Pol JL hrd, Linseed and Compressed Fodder. Horoefeed can be dolirerod at any of the mines in the vioinity ©a application t© tho manafer, W.J. Cahiix. IT A H N akd CO. Watchmakers and Jewell...
Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 2 November 1895
Mining Notes. (by our mixing reporter.) A group of leases at the I.O.U., comprising 75 acres, has been acquired by Sir E. T. Smith, of Adelaide, from Messrs. J. M. Grant and mate for flota tion in London. The leases adjoin the I.O.U. South, and are very valuable properties, good gold having been struck in the blocks at both ends of the group. The reef runs right through t!:e blocks, and will be opened up before the mine is put on the London market. The price paid was £10,000 cash. Mr G. Stockfeld, who has been on the fields about eighteen months as the representative of a strong syndi cate, has been appointed leacler of a big expedition which is about to in spect and report on some concessions obtained by an English company in Matabelleland, South Africa. He will start for the Cape next week, and will spend some months going over the 'stretch of country' secured by his com pany. He is a somewhat severe critic of mines, and during, the whole of his stay on these fields has never waxe...
THE DEAN CASE. SYDNEY, Nov. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 4 November 1895
THE DEAN CASE. [By 'Telegraph.] Sydney, Nov. 2. The hearing of the charge o* con spiracy against' Crick, Meagher, Dean, | Greenand Jane Reynolds was continued ....._!„„ r.ritk said that the. Crown Sni keep Mr Want .nd^ Julian Salomons out of the witnes, box, and he asked wh@ were they that con sideration should be shown to them; he was more honest than the two put toother. Aheated altercation occurred ] . ° i ? e tUr. r.r-ni-.«tp.l ft'ncrawed. m between iwu «i ^'^ ««-* — o ^ the case. Mr Heydon, Crown counsel, | said that Mr Levien, counsel for the defence, was constantly insulting the Crown witnesses. Mr Levien retorted « Don't you have anything to .say about me, or I will warm jyour jacket.. 1 He case v/ as adjourned.
WEST AUSTRALIA. PERTH, Nov. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 4 November 1895
WEST AUSTRALIA. Perth, Nov. 2. The inquest on the death of John Francis Donovan, shunter at the Go- ] vernment railway yards, who was fatally injured on October 24, was con 'i..,i«ri' iro^.p.rdav afternoon. It was shown that the deceased had several times complained of being 'fagged.' According to the time-book he had been | ?overworked on several occasions. The iury, after a full inquiry, brought in a verdict of accidental death, adding a lider to the effect that' there were not sufficient men to do the work, the hours of labor being too long. They, strongly condemned the system of overworking employees. Bishop Riley aad the Rev. Mr Gar land, with Messrs Eawcett, Sholl, Leake, Illingworth and others lett Perth for Coolgardie yostciday.
Telegraphic. NEW SOUTH WALES. LAND AND INCOME TAXES ASSESSMENT BILL. SYDNEY, Nov. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 4 November 1895
Telegraphic. NEW SOUTH WALES. LAND AND INCOME TAXES ASSESSMENT BILL. Sydney, Nov. 2. Premier Reid has an important statement to make in the' Council on the passing of the second reading d the , Land and Income Taxes Assessment Bill. He has pledged himself to direct taxation of some form or the other, and it is to bo hoped that the great dif ficulty existing between tlie two cham bers will shortly be amicably settled by ?i conference. A deputation from the Philatelic Society waited on the Postmaster General yesterday, and complained of Mm issue, of sets of old New South Wales stamps. Mr Cook, in replying, promised that when those printed wo;o absorbed he would not issue any more. Daniel Green was remanded on a charge of assaulting Ellen Parker. The prosecution allege that Green violently assaulted Parker because she refused an offer oC £10 to leave the colony and thus avoid ffiving evi.leiwe in a divorce case. .,'',- _. 'V woman- named Marie Crenier was found lying in Sussex street w...
THE ARMENIAN HORRORS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 4 November 1895
THE ARMENIAN HORRORS. ; Reports from Passoin last week s'ate that the feeling in the town is running very hi'h.-.A collision between tlie Moslems and Armenians was only averted with difficulty. The Armenian missioned who left the town by order of the authorities allege that another massacre will occur. Prince Ferdinand peremptorily do slined the Russian demand with retei Biice to baptising the .infant prince, Boris in the Orthodox Church. As a consequence Prince StaliflF, the Premier, has resigned, and a crisis is feared.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Nov. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 4 November 1895
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide, Nov. 2. Mr Parkes, who resigned office in the Government em ploy to take up a position in West 'Australia, was waitcu on by a large number of influential citizens yesterday, and presented with a tare- j well address. _, ' ? The party organised by the wvoin ment to open a stock route to West | Australia leaves for Oodnadatta to morrow, Mr Hube being -in command. A horse and trap driven by Mi Lyons, of Pekina, collided with a tram at Petersburg crossing. Miss O Lou l,n11 and another, who occupied the vehicle, were earned, a considerable dis tance, and seriously injured. Mr Lyons escaped, but the horse was lulled and the trap smashed.
Items of News [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 4 November 1895
::§tcms of ^icwz The Kalgoorlie Gold Miniflg and Prospecting%'ndicate have sold two 5^ okiJ, at a high -figure, to an TCn-fflislv syndicate. ? . oba-e of the property be left in the hands of the directors. _ a meetino- of shareholders in the directors. The adioumed meeting of the ^Kal- , '^ In Fielding was el.otol pjt™. r^uVeV Mr Monck, captain ; Mr TW Lyons, vice-captain and Messrs | banks- ? -—
SPORTING. V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. WALLACE WINS THE DERBY. MELBOURNE, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 4 November 1895
SPORTING. ..; v!r;o. spring meeting. - WALLACE WINS THE DERBY. [By Telegraph,] MelboukXE, November 2. ;Derby day was ushered in by splwidid weather The attendance was very large Sd ucluded a number of visitors from | I p Derby was very popular, ana ^uj PrWainvcs ing the colt with the blue SbbS?withe signal for a burst of cheers ? for Mr Wilson, which lasted some time and that gentleman had to wait several Smites for the excitement to subside to Se him to return thanks. Wallace on W led away, caused another round of chefe and the horse was followed to his box bv an immense crowd of excited admires By his victory Wallace has Ser^otlJlaiuel to \he -^of Aus tralia's champion, as this is the nist st tie miity Carbine's stock to compete in tho rStoSnn Derby and Wallace has amply | ^enged his sire's flaky defeat by Enaign m ?»8S The race, which was run in the pool time of 2min 46sec, was very exciting and l' ,.7,i. .i ? ;,(- ^f rv-sfnliitor nearly n:fcch.rthr v^y from M, Wilson, but t he f...
GRAFTON AND ARMIDALE MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 4 November 1895
GRAFT.ON AND ARMIDALE ? ' MISSION. T)r Barrett presided at a meeting in London in aid of the Graf Ion and Ar midale Mission Fund, claims tor which were urged by Archdeacon Paddmgtn 1 who betonss to the diocese. Bishop Moorehouse and M^ Justice awpneu strongly supported., the claims oE the ffi -The meeting resumed m donations amounting al togethei to | £1353 promised, included m which was £500 fromMr F. Daugar, £100 ™h from Sir Daniel Cooper and Mi Gilchrist. . ? ' '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 4 November 1895
M 'HENRY CLARK, LISSIMAS AND CO., UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, KANOWNA (White Feather). Goeds Arriving Weekly. .Best and Cheapest Place to deal foi everything. ? Prospecting Parties Fitted Out. Also Coolgardie, Soutliern Cross Fremantle and Bunbury, [A CARD.] - ?TJR. J. A. O'AiEEHANand DR. G. W -fr BARBER have entered into partner ship and can be consulted at the Exchanae Buildings, rooms 1 and 2. ° Hours : 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. 2 p.m. toS p.m. ? . 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Diseases of the Eye treated on Saturdays from 2 to 4.p.m. J T -D. CONNOLLY, %J » Builder & Contractor, yl7«ster-$t., Coolgardie and at the Feather and Ninety Mile. r ©on tracts undertaken on any part of \ the field. i CLIMIE EASTWOOD and CO., Hansak Street, Kalgoorlie. ? ? Chaff, Cosy an© General Merchants. 'pULL stocks of Chaff, Bran, Oats, Pol -B. lard, Linseed and Compressed Fodder. ( Morsefced can be delivered at any of- the ' - -XT A H N AND c 0 Watchmakers and Jewellers, J ?n WHITE FEATHER. I ?n ? _. a Repairs of all De...
Goldfields National League. FIRST PUBLIC MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 4 November 1895
Goldfields National League. FIRST PUBLIC MEETING ?Saturday evening, November A was fixed upon by the committee of the Goldfields National League to hold simultaneous meetings throughout the whole of the Gold field districts in Western Australia. Oa that evening n. larae number of peopb assembled in Qui«Tey's Assembly-rooms, Kalgoorlie. Mr°a. 'McLeod Matheson presided. The advertisement. calling the meeting was read by the secretary (Mr F. B. Mclvor), giving the following suggested platform :— 1 To obtain the establishment, in conjunc tion with erery Mining Registrar's office, of an office 'for the registration of voters. ' That a miner's right shall bo sufficient qualification to entitle the holder to have his name inserted on the electoral roll ot the district in which he is a resident. 3 To obtain Parliamentary representation I ' -. _ k,oie nf nomilation. Oil -v Udjoi-'J ^.- x. — i: — i To obtain an alteration in the existing freights on the goldfields railways, where bv They shal...
FRENCH AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 4 November 1895
FRENCH AFFAIRS. The 'Temps' decWres that the denial of the existence of the reported Eusso-Ohineso Treaty is . prematuie » It is unlikely,' adds the writer o ft o ..- i.. u +!,„* i?.,,oiin. would neglect tlie opportunity to possess herself of such concessions by squeezing China M. Bourgeois has succeeded in toim ino- an administration in succession to S? Ribot Government. The new Cabinet will consist of the following. -Premier and Minister of the Intenoi , M. Bourgeois ; Minister of Justice, BJ. t-:' » ™i .°AT,-niRfP.v of War, M. Oavaig nao ; Minister controlling Marine De partmental. Locknoy; Wer-o Education, M. Verthelot; Minister of Finance, M. Doumcr ; Minister o Public Works, M. Deshbigne ; Ministei of Commerce, M. Mesurier ; M^^tci fov'the Colonies, M. Combes ; Mmistei. of Agriculture, M. Vigne. M- H*»cl bank has not joined the administration.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 4 November 1895
-p. H. ? L AW -R E NO E ? ;; ' ;MiB-» # ASSAYBR A?D ^IlSK SURVKYOK , , , . (Member of the Amalgamated -Mine' Man ( a£U Association of Australasia), Manager of Bank of England Gold Mine, is available for . : _ ' Reporting on Mining ProportW i I Assays Made aTid Plans ; Supplied. Estimates of MacliuTe'? ,ancV Plans of Same . Given. ' , Anv business communicatibris oa^'1^ at tS office of A. J. Maogeorge, Exchange Buildings, Kalgoorlie. ?Y|UNICTPAIirT_OF KALGOOELIE. ' Residents of Kalgoorlic are again notified that the Council's Scavenger calls at pSnises within the Municip.hty tw!ce a week (or oftener where consu e cd neces - sarv by the Sanitary Inspector foi ILe I Soval of household refuse vj ^ nlaced in boxes close to the lOct way at tne ? £ of ^'allotments. No horse or other nanure, stones, timber, or decayed ^ck Lsptra^lo^Se^es:1^^ frrouncl li- nines «^u ?'- — ... ,, apply ng to the Town Clerk in writing, he sSvfces of a man, horse, and- dray -for the - removal of such refuse matt...