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Kalgoorlie Lieensing Court. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5. (Before Mr. P. Fielding, R.M.; Mr. R. D. Thomson, J.P.; and Dr. O'Meehan, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895
Kalgoorlie Lieensing Court. Tuesday, Novemheii 5. (Before Mr. P. Fielding R.M. ; Mr. R. D. ? Thomson, J.P. : and Dr. O'Mechan, J.P.) Thomas Morehcad applied for. a ay i no amfb'eeT: license'; at Broad- Arrow: Case to bo; heard '.oii^ the first Monday1 in December. ?? „ -~ '? . ' ? ? J ---.'??? A. J. Martin applied for a publican's provisional certificate for a house at Broad Aitoav. _ Granted. Peter.; Fox applied for. a publican's license fqr a 5 house at the I.'O.U. Ad journed till 'the quarterly licensing moot ing- ,. , - - John Kcauc made application for a proA'isional certificate for a publican's license for. a house at Bardock. Granted. *?_; Jamcs-Bourke applied' for jf'pro visional certificate' for a publican's* license 'for' -a ' hotel at iMirnalpi. Adjourned until next sitting. ' ,H. Holdswprth Avas granted a billiard 5 'able license.; „ ...'..-- ?-
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895
MAIL NOTICES. For the United Kingdom will close Wed nesday, the Gth November, at 3.15 p.m, Late letters will be received up till 3.45 p.m. ' Late letters, not bearing the late fee, will nob be forwarded till the day following the closing of mails. For Kanowna, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, 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 newspapers daily, from 9 a. in- to 5 p.m. ; and on Thursdays and Saturdays extra delivery from 7 to S o'clock p.m. from Porth time. Inward mails arrive from Perth, Cool gardie, etc., at 11 a.m. Delivery by letter carrier as soon as possible afterwards. Outward mails for Perth, Coolgardie, etc., will close at 3.15 p.m. Late letters will be received up to 3.45 p.m.; late fee 2d. Regis tered letters may be posted up to 2.15 p.m. Money orders obtained before 2 p.m. will go forward by outgoing mails. J. II. Leach, Acting P.M.
Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895
Mining Notes. '(by our mining reporter.) Things at Broad Arrow arc improving. The Hill End mine has just put through another crashing which went within a frac tion of 1(5 ounces' to the' ton, the figures being 808J ounces from 51 tons of stone. This is truly marvellous and ,is well up to the average return. The Pakcta battery is erected, but has not yet got into full swing, the reason being the absence of water. At the Mount Corlic about 10 or 12 tons of stone are being bagged with the view of being crushed at the Leviathan battery. ? „ The stone is of excellent quality and a good result is expocted. ? ? ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895
ENLARGEMENT OF THE WESTERN ARGUS rpo- MORROW the Western- Argus will appear in an Enlarged Form and will be of the Same Dimensions as the ' Coolgardic Courier ' was for so long prior to the Disastrous Fire. It will Contain in Full all the News of the Week, and as Special Attention will be Paid to Local, Mining, and Other Matters, it will be ah Excellent Journal to Send to Distant Friends. The Western Aitc-us has now been Issued ?For a Year (less two weeks), and is Still the '' Only Weekly Newspaper- Published on the East. Coolgardie Goldfield. The District is so Rapidly Increasing in Importance that the Proprietors, to Keep Pace with the Timos, have Secured a Complete Plant of the Latest and Most Improved Style, in cluding a very Complete Font of New Type. With this they will be Enabled to Turn Out both the Argus and the Daily Paper, the Kalgoorlie Miner, with Expedition and in Sufficient Numbers to Meet all Requirements. For some time past the Demand for Both has been Much Greater ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895
'?? ' ; A C ART). DR. G. IJ. BROWN, M.B., B.S. Melbourne, (Doctor- to White Feather Hospital) ^t ~|~~g~as commenced the Practice of Jiis JLjL Profusion r.i, White- ?Fcalhey.^ 'TXTHITE FEATHER CAFE MRS. E. J. ROBERTS, . Late of Hannans, has taken possession of the 'well-known. Restaurant now known as the White Feather Cafe, which will be car lied on under a new system of management. First-Class Tables kept. Boarders at Reasonable- Rates. Private Sitting Room. Refreshments a Speciality. ]\lrs. Roberts hopes, by civility and ^ attention, to secure a share of patron age ? ? ? REAR SUMMERS AUCTION YARDS. Livery and Bait Stables. H TEMPLE begs to announce » to the Public or Kajgoorlic * that he has First-class Turnouts for Hire. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Hacks. Single or Double Harness Buggies TTUTZPATRICK & ANDERSON, B-UILDERS^ ? . \ ? . ..and ' ' ... ? . CON T R X'c T- 0 K S, '. Knlgoorlie. J. BALDWIN, & Co Sharebrokers, c Mining, Land and Commission; Agents. MINES inspect...
KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895
KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY^ WEDNESDAY, NOV. G, 1895. The great excitement of- the sporting y.ear is over, and Mr. Davey James % having won the Melbourne Cup with ' Auraria, attention will once again be turned -to. business. The Adelaide- man was very fortunate - in carrying olf tlie chief prize of;tlie year with a mare, this, being the first occasion ;that/a member of her sex has won the Cup since tlie almost ? forgotten year that Briseis was successful. It must have been a great disappointment ;to,,Mr t W. ;R. .Wilson' that his horse,- Wallace, /which started , such a red. hot favorite, did t not: get, a ; place, and. he must, feel -inclined- to again; remark that the man who breeds horses to compete against his own stable is a ' mug.' He came to this conclusion some time ago, and announced his deter mination to cease breeding youngsters for sale, . and; after the boil-oyer of yes terday will' be inclined to Avish he had' taken this step prior to disposing of the famous mare ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895
,.mHE UNION BANK » OP AUS %IL TRALIA, Ltd. r A BRANCH of this BANK Is now open at KALGOORLIE (Hannans). The Bank issues drafts on its Branches and Agents throughout the Colonies and transacts all usual Banking Busi ness. D. FINLAYSON, General Manager. WJ- STERN AUSTRALIAN BANK Established 1841. Head Office: PERTH ; Branches at Beveeley Bunbuiiy BUSSELTOJS' COOLGARDIE uw dongaea Fremaxtle Geraldtos Day Dawn Kalgoorlie Newcastle Northam Southern Cross White Feather York. Menzies. EsrERA-TCE Agents in : London, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, ainl all the Australian Colonies. . This Bank issues drafts on all its Agents and Branches, purchases gold or receives it for consignment and makes advances against it, and transacts all banking business. ° II. D. HOLMES, , ? General Manager. DH. LAWRANCE, M.E., ASSAYER ASD MlNE SURVEYOR .(Member of the Amalgamated Mine Man ager's Association of Australasia), Manager of Bank of England Gold Mine is available for Reporting on Mining Properties. Assays...
QUEENSLAND. THE STEAMER MARVEL ON THE ROCKS. BRISBANE, Nov. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895
QUEENSLAND. THE STEAMER MARVEL ON THE ROCKS. Beisbaxe,' Nov. 4. The steamer Marvel, of the Adelaide Company's line, struck a rock at Rocs Creek,- near Townsville, oh' Saturday, and is uoav full side on. The rocks penetrated the. bottom ot .the ATessel. Preparations for 'floating the steamer arc being made. Tlic vessel is insured. . ., . ]$njsiJAXE, Nov. 5. A; double execution took -place at Bbggs-roa'd gaol yesterday, Jackcy, an aboriginal,- being hanged for the- murder of a, Japanese named- Tommy 'Williams, at Mt. Morgan, together with Frank Tenent, a Miativc'oi 'Manilla, Avho Avas convicted for the niurder of Constable Conroy at Thursday' Island. ' Death in each. case Avas apj)arcntly-'instantaneouc. . .When Jackey, who, was :. Oft in height; fell, 'the blood guslied from his no?. 2, nr.d 'stained 'his 'white cap. '?
CHOLERA AT HONG KONG. SYDNEY, Nov. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895
CHOLERA AT HONG' KONG. ' Sydney, Nov. -J-. The latest Hews by the' steamer Patlian from Hong Kong states' that a terrible cholera plague is' raging, .in Japan. During ; August and' September: some. 90,000 deaths occurred, and 145 cases, occurred at Yokohama. During Septem ber, the undertakers' sheps were emptied ? and people were dying in. the streets. Harriet- England,' aged.lG, was iound drowned at Manly Beach. The inquest was held .yesterday. Margaret Pinker ton, nursegirl, 13' years of age, -said she ?was walking along the beach, at'nudhight on Saturday, when she saw England run down to; the. water and throw herself in.' Asked a male conipanion^who was with her. to go .and pull, her out, but he refused, and- \vent away. A verdict oi suicide was returned. The charge ? ,of - .conspiracy against Messrs. Crick, Meaglier, Dean, Green, and Jane Reynolds was continued at the Police Court 'yesterday. During the proceedings it was announced that four of the -witnesses were' summoned to g...
THE CUZCO PASSENGERS. MELBOURNE, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895
THECUZCO PASSENGERS. v ,Melkouhxe, November -1-. ' As regards the vaccination of the .Cuzco -.passengers, 100 out 'of' the' 150* /'quarantined ^passengers have'' .been-7 rer leasetir' ' ' - Blackliam, in playing cricket. on- Satur- day, very seriously . injured his thumb, which was damaged at Sydney last year. He will be unable xto play again this season. ??*''' A serious outrage on a married woman named Nellie Marshall is reported to have occurred las't night- at NorthMel bourne:'. A.- man = named'- Edmund Stir-' ling informed the police that about il o'clock lie heard cries of ' Police ' and ' 'Help.' He ran in the direction of the screams and saw a man running. Saw the woman Marshall lying on a vacant piece of ground. She complained' of having been' brutally outraged by five men. She was taken to the hospital, where her statement was confirmed. No arrests have yet been made. Ah Hoy*, a, Chinaman,, was charged at .tlie.JGity Court ^yesterday with the murder 'of Ah Gee, who was in ...
Cable News. THE TURKISH FINANCIAL CRISIS. MOHAMMEDAN REBELLION IN CHINA. LONDON, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895
Cable News. THE TURKISH FINANCIAL CRISIS. MOH AMME DAN REBEL LION IN CHINA. London, November 4-. The Armenians are. carrying1 devasta tion by fire and sword .into the' Moham- medan district of Marisli. The Ottoman garrison has asked for reinforcements. ? The British have proposed to the United States that the two powersi'shall take pointed action for the protection oi' thei.1 respective national interests. . As a means of -checking the -run on fche Banks, at Constantinople, the Sultan lias granted a tlu;ce months; moratorium, applicable to the l)ourse and Danks, excluding those concerned in mercantile pursuits'. '' The leading', financial institu tions are ignoring' 'the -dispensation granted by the government. The crisis is now stated' to be due 'to the closing of numerous Armenian financial houses, consequently, there... is a congestion of dishonoured ibills. . -? ? Chefic Effendi is appointed president oi the Commission.- -instructed by the Turkish Government to report on- the As...
Share Market. ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE. November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895
Share Market. ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET'. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide. November 4. ? Great Boulders, ;C5 6s, £5 4s ' ' ' Brown Hill Junctions, 23 lid, 2s 8d Block 45, 15s Bay ley's No. 1 South, 2s lid Cosgroves, 4s 4d Coolgardies. 40s Gd, 39s Eraser's South, paid, 8s, 7s lOd ; con., 6s lOd Great Coolgardies, 18s Hannan's Central, con., 4s Ivanhoe South Extended, 3s 4d, 3s 5d Ivanhoe Junction, Is 4Jd, Is 4d Kirkpatrick's Mount Benson, 8s, Ss Id, 7s. lid Monte Christo, paid, 4s 2d ? . Maritana, con. 14s 6d, 14s 4d ''' *' ' iJ Maritana Central, 2s 4d, 2s 3d Maritana North, 6s Mount Burgess, 6s (jd, 6s 7d New Chum South, con., 2s Royal Dane, con. , 5s 3d Reefer's Eureka, 7s Gd Tindals, Ss 2d Three Colonies. 7s ? ' ' . United Scotchman, paid, 15s ; con., 13s 6d Victory?, 6s 4d . -«,-?»
(TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895
(to the editor.) Sin,— I. was, pleased to '-seem to-day's paper, a paragraph re . the . accommoda for the staff at the hospital.- ?Pamtglad someone has taken it up, as I believe , there, is ..on- diity . in. the . day time, a. matron',' nurse' and wardsman. I am told that at hight^oiic wardsman only ^msJ^p,vdp.Jall,,themw.ork,v.and»his,,.sleepiug--T accommodation is a G x 8 calico tent. I fancy he can't get much sleep in the day time* T suppose the wardsman is included in 'the staff. — Yours, &c, H. Lewis. Kalgoorlie, 30;io;i)5. ?
VICTORIA. EMMA WILLIAMS HANGED. CHINESE STABBING AFFRAY. DIFFICULTY IN THE SHIPPING TRADE. MELBOURNE, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 6 November 1895
VICTORIA. EMMA WILLIAMS HANGED. CHINESE STABBING AFFRAY. DIFFICULTY IN THE SHIPPING TRADE. &nbsp; Melbourne, November 4. Emma Williams, who was condemned &nbsp; to death for the murder of her child at Port Melbourne in the middle of August, was hanged at the Melbourne gaol to- day. She stood firmly on the drop, and in answer to the usual questions said she had nothing to say. While the rope was being adjusted, she remarked. "Oh my God, I come," and immediately afterwards, as the bolt was being drawn, she screamed out, "Oh!" Next mo- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ment all was over. Death was instan- taneous. The woman previously, expres- &nbsp; sed her contrition for the murder, and became apparently thoroughly penitent, desiring death as a Christian. During an affray between a couple of Chinese in Little Bourke-street on Saturday night knives were used, and the result was that one man die yester- day from the effects of the injuries. &n...