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Telegraphic. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Nov. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895

-?- Telegraphic. NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney. Nov. 9. Hugh Darrell and John Charles, found guilty of assaulting and robbing James Steadman of £225, were sen/ teheed to ten years' :pehal servitude.

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Miner
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GREAT BRITAIN AND HER COLONIES. MR CHAMBERLAIN'S VIEWS. LATER. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895

GREAT BRITAIN AND HER COLONIES. ' MR CHAMBERLAIN'S VIEWS. Later. At the banquet given yesterday by the directors of the Natal-Transvaal Railway Company, Mr. Chamberlain, who was present, delivered an im )ortant speech, in which he declared tnat the relations existing /between Great Britain and her self governing colonies were critical. : He said that the security of her rule depends upon the temper and tone in which Great Britain approached the problem pre sented in colonial development. These growing and vigorous peoples, possess ing every element of national life, were entitled to rank as nations. Happily, as the possibility of separation1 in creased, the desire for it lessened, more particularly in regard to South Africa.,.. He said there was not a doubt but that its union was difficult owing to the lack: of local federation.

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Hannan's Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895

Hannah's Hospital. The secretary of the Hannan's Hospital desires to acknowledge with thanks the fol-. lowing donations ; — ' Hospital boxes..; ? £3 1G 8J- ' MrM, Staplcton .., -...-1-0 (f.1 Proceeds smoke,- concert ? (per- ..?''? Mr C. Cutbiish)1 ... .„ 10 7- (- Per Linton & ? Co. . (Hannan's ? ? : ' ''.?'.'' ' Open Exchange) ... ..-. 3 3- ;- Bicycle Fund- (collected by ' secretary) ? -, ..\ :--0 . 0 6 Only £2S was required for the purchase of the bicycle, so that £2 Gs (id goes to the hos pital maintenance fund or account.

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THE WORLD'S SCULLING CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895

THE WORLD'S SCULLING ? CONTESTS. Bnllae and Barry, two professional scullers, wop the Double Sculling Race, against American competitors at ,the; world's contests promoted in America:. The course was three miles, and Bullae and Barry travelled the distance in 17min. 403cc. I

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CRICKET. COOLGARDIE BANKS V. KALGOORLIE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895

CRICKET. GOOLGARDIE BANKS V. KAL GOORLiE. On Saturday an eloron picked freni the Coolgardie Banks paid & visit to Kalgoorlie, and played a local team on the Recreation Res«rve. The visitors were late in arriving^ through taking a wrong track, which delayed them a couple of horns. The match, there fore, did not start till about 8.30 p.m. Coolgardie had first innings, and Cap tain Clark sent in Barnier and Hard acre to bat. Tha latter made a splendid stand, and punished th« bowling to i great extent, seeing some half-a-dozen of his colleagues lose their wickets befoiv he was caught out. His score was 57, the other principal con tributors being Clark* with 16, Rossie with. 15, and Griffith, li. The total score was 116. During th# innings Monck, the local captain, was Aery successful with the bnll, taking 5 wickets for 14 runs. In one over ho took 3 wickets with 4 balls, and just missed doing the 'nat trick.' Kither look 2 wickets for 29 runs. Amongst the fieldsmen, T. Hair shon...

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SHIP ENGINEERS STIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895

SHIP ENGINEERS STIKE. All the ship-building engineers have withdrawn from work, and they refuse to accept the offer of the Provost of Glasgow to mediate between them and the builders. The engineers engaged in the Belfast ship-building trade are taking action with their Clyde fellow workers, and it is expected they will stop ship-building operations in the West of Scotland and Ireland. The men affected have a fund of £200,000 available to help them in the struggle with the ship-builders.

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The Telegraph Strike. PUBLIC MEETING TO SYMPATHISE WITH OPERATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895

The Telegraph Strike. PUBLIC MEETING TO ? SYMPA THISE WITH OPERATORS. - A public meeting to express sympathy with, and to obtain justice for the tele graph operators .who are about to''cbme out on strike for higher wages, was held, at, tiie Exchange Hotel on Saturday evening. There was a small attendance, and Mr M. H. Jephson (ex- Warden) j occupied the chair. The chairman briefly explained that the meeting had been called to assist a body of public servants in their efforts to obtain from an unwilling Department a living wage. The operators could not help themselves to any great extent, and the citizens felt that they should come to their assistance in some practical manner. . Mr Plumstead moved ' That this meeting be held in the open air.' It was far too hot to remain cooped up in a hot room and he was not surprised that so few had .ventured into the room. Mr Pascoe;sec'6nde4 fehe-niotion. Mr L. Geoghegan- deprecated any delay in holding the gathering and get ting through the busi...

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ELECTIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895

ELECTIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. . The elections throughout the United States are in full swing, and so far have resulted greatly in favor of tha Republican party, manv.'of whnsn nnnrli. dates were returned ? by enormous majorities. The Democrats lost all the doubtful seats. The 'Times' declared that the results of the contests so far as determined, show that the Democrats will have to revise* their financial policy. Senator Hill, formerly Governor of New , York State, is de feated.

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Another Great Fire in Coolgardie. BIG BLOCK OF BUILDINGS REDUCED TO ASHES. UNION BANK BURNT. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895

Another Great Fire in Coolgardie. BIG BLOCK. OF BUILDINGS REDUCED TO ASHES. TOION BANK BURNT. K Another terrible outbreak of fire oc curred in Coolgardie on Saturday after noon. Shortly before four o'clock the alarm cf fire was raised at the corner of Ford and Bayley streets, and almost at once a big volume of flame rose from the rear of the block of buildings known as Ivory's corner. It is said 'that the flames first appeared in one of the out buildings attached to Mrs North's or Weston and Riddle's premises, but wherever it originated it almost at once became evident that the town was in for almost a repetition of the fire of a few weeks earlier. Before the crowd had realised what had happened Messrs Gregory and Fitzgerald's r-lumlWs shop wa3 in flames, and simultaneously the sheet /of fire, which by this time had reached the Ford street frontages, had enveloped Adams and Bennett's office, Tuttle and Co.'s photographic shop' Sainsbury's saddler's shop, Howard's Full and Plenty caf...

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TURKISH AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895

-TURKISH AFFAIRS. I . ? .. ? ^Consequent on the disturbed state of affairs in Turkey, the Ottoman stocks have declined rapidly in price. -A fur ther fall took Y)]{LCP. TO5f.n,vl«V nn,1 . - . ... . jl ? j uww* *,«.«.* ? . CHILI depressed the Paris Bourse, in conse quence of which there were many de faulters. ' The Sultan dismissed the Grand ^mer, Karil Pasha,. The run on the Ottoman Bank at Constantinople shows signs of abating In consequence of the Mahommedan rebels resisting arrest, some street fighting took place, nine people being killed.

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895

MAIL NOTICES. 'Mails close at Hannan's Post Office — For Coolqardie, Perth, and intermediate Post Offices daily at 3. 30 p.m. Registered letters at 12.30 p.m. 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 Perth time. ? Inward mails arrive from Perth, Cool ' ganlie, 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. H. Leach, . ? Acting P.M.

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THE AUSTRALIAN HOUSE PARIS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895

** THE AUSTRALIAN HORSE PARIS IN ENGLAND. The Australian racehorse Paris is entered for the Derby Cup, to be run November 22nd, his weight beinsy 8st 121b. °

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895

npHE UNION DANK OF AUS X TRALIA, Ltd. A ^BRANCH or this BANJk\ 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. 'pARER'S RESTAURANT .?-A- Is Is o\y Open. First- Class Meals at all kcurr. Late Suj pers a Speciality. ? Cleanliness, Civility and Comfcit. Best Meals on the Goldfields. A Trial Solicited. J. C. PARER, Proprietor. MESSRS. METTAM & CANDY are opening Business as Plumbers, Galvanised Ironworkers, Etc., at BROAD ARROW. 'Why deal with Coolgardie firms when you can- get business 'done locally at the same price ? TjlRNEST T. SIMMONDS and CO., Forwarding and 'Customs Agents. Head Office ... ... Coolgardie. Branches at Perth Fremantle Southern Cross Albany Boorabbin. T. B. Hales, Branch Manager. Semaphore Chambers '(Next Club Hotel), Kalgoorlie. MOLINE, 'SUMMERHAYES, and HAWKINS, Architects, Building Surveyors, and Valuators, Designs a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895

., |~ A M,E S ? .- :M - D 0, N- A-L D. , V,Hann.in Strekt, .Hajtnax s. ' .. :_' ? 'Jb'uildin'gand_ Mining Timber,,-. of -all 'kinds.1. '*'.'/,. \' ' . . ?'.': .:, i. i VTj\'v 'A.; _'4 G/f L.L I^'G^iA M ; ; ' : ; ? RCft? AL ll' AIL. HOTEL,' . ; . ,.,;;,,: ? . ',. -bayes* find/ \ * .??*? ; - ? jNone but the best Win'e's, 'Beers .and 'pints on hand. ? .' V ''__[ :.,- -. Good' accommodation for travellers. ??:-.-? There is a ? Score attached ''to the -?JlOtcl ? :. '.' ' ! V , ',' ' ; '. .''T71 ? V E R N 0 OST'J and' ?'? 'Co, , JQjv~; ?-? - ?^??'?'i ?''?''' 'l -'.??' ...,,, . ,?? Shaeebrokebs,-/' : ' :-' , . MisiXG.i and---' Commission' :_' Agents. Properties-; inspected^ andr':r'ep.Qrted -.on by 'reliable -experts1/' ::- ''' '''.'.''' _,„ Assays -.obtained * and : all com missions .undertaken will receive prompt* Atten- tion. , , - r -.????. ;-f' = r'':' r '??' ?'' ' i .. ? , - ^Address :- ;:--'- i ?'?-?'? '? ? '„/,,'. ' .E.'VEK-NON':-and-Co;«^; ! ' ' ,'',-/;., . Kanoivna. '?- :-' ? -''...

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Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895

Items of News. We are commcllcd to hold over until next issue our representative's report of C. J. Moran and party's trip to the Mount Monger district The Maritana G.M. Company has made a call of sixpence a. snare, me same ocmg pay able at the registered office on or before the ?lSrh'inst: The storekeepers will close their respective places of. business to-day in honor of the Prince of WaW Birthday. The banks and Government officers kept Saturday as the holiday. Cn Friday Mrs Quigley. of the Club hotel received a telegram from the Bishop of Perth Dr. Gibncy, -stating that Father- O'Dca was coining to take charge of the parish. Tin's information will be a source of gratification to our Catholic friends. ? John Doig, a carpenter, formerly oO Fre mantle. was brought, in from 'White Feather on Satuiday. having been taken into the cus tody of the' police owing to his evidently suf fering from melancholia. He will probably be sent home to his friends. The Coolgardie Brass Band paid a visi...

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KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, NOV. 11TH, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895

KALGOORLIE MINEIt PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, -NOV. 11th, J 805. The second disastrous fire which, on Saturday, swept away 'many of the prin cipal buildings of Coolgardie,' is a com plete vindication of the action of our Municipal Council, in rigorously prohibit ing the erection of any hessiau buildings in the town. On this, as on the last occasion of a big outbreak of fire, it is supposed to have started in the most .flimsily constructed premises, and, spreading with terrible rapidity, swept away many of the best built structures jn the tow.u. , In. this instance Mrs .North's canvas ''covered., cool-drink shop Di- a neighboring flimsy is alleged to have been the scene of thc^putbreak, and then spreading^through^tvory's corner, the flames, swept tln-oughl_Sniith the chem ist's, Saundcr's and Chamber's draper's -shopr-two blocks of offices, and then at tacked the well-built premises occupied by the Union Bank. Messrs Walsh and Proctor and Cooper again had had luck, having only within th...

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ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. ADELAIDE, November 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895

ADELAIDE STOCK EXf HANG E. Adelaide, November 9. /?-Broken Hill Proprietary, 45s (Jd , Blbck-45, ISs, ISsGd /British, old 13s (5d, new 11s Cd, lls 3d Junction, 49s 6d, 48s Od ? South 's, paid lGs 3d, los 9d Junction North, 12s 4}d, lls 4id, r _. ..Boulders, £5 4s Brown Hill Junction, 3s lid Block 4:5, 16s 3d, 15s lOJtl Cosgroves, 4s 9d Croesus, lls 6d Croesus Extended. 3s, 2s 9d Coolgardies, 40s, 39s Golden Bar, 8s 4d, 7s lOd Golden Zone, paid, Ss 3d, Ss 6d, con., 7s 6d. 7s 9d, 7s ? ' ' Hannan's Reward North, 4s 3d, 4s 6.1, 4s 2d Ivanhoe South Extended, 4s 7d, 4s 4d - Kirkpatrick's Mount Benson, paid, Us lls lid Lady Alary, os 3d Lady Mary South, 2i 2.1 Londonderry Consols, Is 4d, Is 3d Moons, 5s Mount Charlotte, 7s Id, Ss Maritana Central, 2s lid Maritana Extended, Is 7d Mount Benson, 9s 8d, 9s 2d Norseman, con. 5s Sd, 5s 7d Premier, Ss Princess Royal, 5s 9d, 5s 6d Rose and Shamrock, 3s, 2s lOd Royal Dane, paid 7s, con. 5s lOd, 5s 91 Reefer's Eureka, lls 6d, 10s 4]d Tiudals, 7s 4d ...

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MR. T. M. HEALY EXPELLED BY THE LEAGUES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895

MR. T. M. HEALY EXPELLED BY THE LEAGUES. The Irish National League has ex pelled Mr. T. M. Healey, M.P., from its executive, on the ground that he was opposing its policy. Air. lieaieys expulsion by the National Federation Parliamentary Committee is prelected. f \ :?? The Rotterdam Court of Arbitration has ordered the owners of.ihe Scotch steamer Craithie to pay the cost en tailed by the loss of the North German Lloyd steamer Elbe. The latter steamer Tfas sunk with great loss of life as tho result of the Craithie running into her. Herr Luege, an anti-Semitic, has been elected Mayor of Vienna.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895

LOST— On the -Coolgnrdic ltoad. .'One'' -Sw«ig, on Friday, last/ Tinder will Lc Lewardcd on llehirniiig same to Club Hotel. or — . j'4 _ P' -?'-''-- '' - '' LIDDICOAT BAKER. Boulder. X OST— Cheque Drawn Favour John War -*-^ man. Payment stopped. Finder .Rewarded on retxym'to1 — '''v- \ i lC? I R. GI13SOX. Exchange Hotel. STRAYED on (o our Premises. Ojic Bay. Pony, branded like j[,P, near s'houlder.' Owner can have Same by giayiri-? Expenses. '-' '' CURRAN & Co. ? EASTER GIFT GOLD MTXE. - r SIX-MILE, WHITE PEATHEH. WANTED 10 Practical Mineiy at once. Apply at mine. ? J. A. Kesyox, Manager. EORGE THI E. L.E - Next W.A.' Bank, ' . Practical Watchmaker: Learned trade in Germany and Belgium. Watches cleaned for 7s. (5d. All watches and jewellery kept -in-a-secure safe. MULLED ALE axd PORtIr/' HOT SPICED WI2TE, 9d. Per Glass, at T G. ALDEEDIC E7S (Late L. Geoghegan) BLACK SWAN SALOON, KALGOORLIE. , ... ~X\T J. Y A :N; (C; E Late Chairman Melbourne Stock, KynetonandStawellMiningExc...

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TWO THOUSAND ARMENIANS KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895

TWO THOUSAND ARMENIANS KILLED. The ' Daily News' publishes a letter from its correspondent at Erzin»van stating that during the recent outrages in that town, two thousand Armenians L^-were killed. The Ottoman Bank at Constanti nople has postponed payment of gold on iis note issue pending re-coining yperations. ? ?? ©

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