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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895
O OUTH A TJ ST R A L I A N8 'The' 'Register,' 'Observer' and 'Chronicle ' can be.' obtained every week at the Miner Offices ? T LAYBOUR^E ' 'SMITH (Late of Broken Hill); ' ? CHEMIST and DENTIST,. Hannan-st, Kalgoorlie. If. Davis ... Manager, And Coolgardie. CLIMIE EASTWOOD akd CO., i Hakxax Stbeet, Kalgoorlie. Chaff, Corn- and' Generai, Mekciiants. ? -TjiULL stocks of Chaff, Bran, Oats, - Pol xt r 5 f lnseotI aml Compressed Fodder. ., Horsefeed.can be delivered at any of the : ;naXe',^.rs;ss:applicationt5the - - NOTICE TO CREDITORS:'' ' 'Re Frederick Rowland Elwell, . Deceased. . ' ,, \.T)t7ESUANT to an Act of the Imperial JL I arhament made and passed in 9onj : ? and- 23rd years of the reign of Her present Majesty, chapter So, intituled ?' An Act to further amend the law of property and to NOTICE is hereby given that all credi tors and other persons having any claims or .demands upon or against the Estate' of lu-cdenck Eowland Ehvcll, late of Northern and Coolgardie. in the colony ...
TURKISH MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895
TURKISH MATTERS. Khalik Kifact Pasha, the prerenT Minister of the Tnt.rior, succeeds Kichemal Pasha, the Grand Yizier. It is reported that Khalik, the Sultan's confidant, is ignorant of the principal European languages, and has no sym pathy with Turkish fanatics. It is reported that Tewfik Pasha is ^?appointed Ottoman Minister of Foreign Affairs to aid the Pasha and the Presi dent, in the Council.
WEST AUSTRALIA. THE THREATENED STRIKE OF TELEGRAPH OPERATORS. PERTH, Nov. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895
WEST AUSTRALIA. THE THREATENED STRIKE OF ?TELEGRAPH OPERATORS. PfiRTII, NOV. 10. The threatened strike of telegraph officers has caused much surprise, and all through the action has been con sidered hasty and ill-judged., Much sympathy, however, is expreSsed /with the men, whose claims have found general endorsement. . ? : - The Premier, being interviewed on the subject, : expressed his intimation that the men l.ad resolved on such hasty steps without first making know;n their wishes. It had been given but that they were well satisfied with their positions until reference was made in the Press to complaints of over-work and under pay. There had been no application from the men for shorter hours and larger salaries. The suddon ultimatum so forcibly brought under the notice oc the Government had caused him a good deal of surprise. He sympathised with them, but did not think a proper method had been adopted in putting the , claims of the employes before the heads of the Department. The...
SOUTH AUTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Nov. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895
SOUTH AUTRALIA; ?.-?..-. Adelaide, Nov. !). James Green, an employe of Mr. Conrad, butcher, was to-day kicked by a horse he was driving. He was taken to the hospital, where he died in few hours from concussion of the brain. The police have been relieved from exercising surveillance over the pas sengers of the Cuzco, and the visitors to the vessel while in port. None have developed symptoms of small-pox.
Share Market. PERTH STOCK EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895
Share Market. . IPERTH STOCK EXCHANGE!' (By Telegraph.) Perth, November 9. ; Bank of England, con. 6s 3d ' ,'', : Coolgardie, 42s Gil Golden Bar, 10s 6d Haunan's Reward, North, os 3d .Maritana Centrals, 3s 3d,. / - / Maritana North, ,5a --.r.r. -i--- -? -T - Moons, 7s Royal Mints, con., 15s 9d
Coolgardie Bicycle Sports. SUCCESSFUL GATHERING STOPPED BY THE FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895
Coolgardie Bicycle Sports. SUCCESSFUL GATHERING STOPPED BY THE FIRE. :. : The meeting of the Ooolgardie Bicycle Club was commenced on (Saturday, but owing to the fire the .-proceedings were brought to an abrupt end. The sports will probably be. resumed on Saturday next, -when it is to be hoped nothing will occur to prevent their being carried through. There was an immense crowd assembled, despite the great he it of the day, and the new track north- west of the town was iii splendid condition. The track runs three laps to the mile, and is one of the best earth roads in the colonies. The following arc the re: suits of the few races run : ? ' ' novices' race. Stellowag . ? . ... 1 Howe was leading easily ,when he fell, and was unable to finish.. SPECIAL RIDERS' CIIAMPIONSIIIP, Two miles! 'II. W. Brookman. , , ... ,. I Bamlett ... ... 2 Mchr . . ... ... . 3 Bamlett made the running 'from the jump, but in the last round was passed by Brookman, who won by 15 yards. LADIIiS' BRACELET. . Ho...
SPORTING. V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 11 November 1895
SPORTING. V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. [By Telegrapu.] Melbourne, November 9. STEEPLECHASE,, Of 300 sovs ; about 3 miles Floater ? ' ^ Mercury ? ? o Claret .-.; -, .'..' ? ': ' - ? o D THE O. 35. FISHER PLATE. Of 3 sovs each with 250 sovs added ; weight forage; 2 miles. ° mF v?r' '511 wS',S '*?'£*' ^ra (Stevenson) f Mi- W. R. Wilson's Wallace, 3yfc'(Gough) j ?Mr A. Davis s Hova, 5yrs (Hayes) 3 t Dead head. The owners agreed to divide. FREE HANDICAP, ' ' rni T, ? ? Of 200 S°VS '- H »lile lae Pansienne ? ± Reconstruction ... ''.., ? n Mo'tyn ? '' ? o [Through some unexplained ''''cause 'our telegram giving the result of the first and second races did not conic to hand ]
Bardock. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 12 November 1895
Bardock. ' '^ (Fllb'51 A GoRRESPOSDliki.^ f ? A .public meeting .was held , at Dudley's hotel. Mr. -T. Craig' in' the chair'.' .A'' 'motion was carried that.a'petitioii be. drawn up and signed by all present, and sent to the, care taker ai the 42-mile tank', asking for a/supply of four' gallons for every name that signed the petition. This was granted, and we were very fortunate to be able to get the teamsters that had juct unloaded the ^Excelsior, machi nery to g6 'straight back 'for the' water.' I think wo have sccnthc worst as a great many condensers have gone up at Black Flag and the Arrow Lake. Now .is the. time f or- the Government to put -down a bore, and- also make, a dam or two to conserve the ? water when we have rain, as there are some splendid sites for a dain here.' . ??--?.- We also want a town silo surveyed. This has been asked for by the Progress.Cpmmittee. Until that is'dtine'the Committee is powerless. -As far as' asking' 'for telegraphic communica tion, &c...
SPORTING. V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. STEEPLECHASE DAY. MELBOURNE, Nov. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 12 November 1895
\ ' ... SPORTING. - *- -; ' V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. - '' ' ,. .; .STEEPLECHASE DAY. ? ' 'r Mblbourxb. i-Tov. 0. The last day or the' Spring Mcetincf was ver-y siicoossful. The weather was deliglitful, and thq -attouclaucQ was rlai-go. ' The r-acirig was veyy exciting, the finisli^botween Auraria' ami Wallace being the finest witnessed for' year*. The V.K.C. 'Handicap was a great '?boil over,' 100 to 2 being freely offered against the winner, , without 'finding takers. Tho following ave the results : — SPSItfG- STAKES. One and three-quarter- miles. '' - ' Osculatov ? \ ? Onward ? \ 2 Lead On ? ? #i[ #tj ' 3 Callum Mohr also started. . , ? Bcttinge-lEven^noiiey peculator;' 7 to 2 Onward.v, «- ??? ; : ,-..---- ?'-.?---- -? ? ^- '-- A great finish, Oscillator coming erandly from the distance, passed. the post a'barc half length in front of Onward, half a head sepa rating second and third, Callum Mohr £ bad fonrl;hfl3'lcngthsoff.'--Tinie)2mlyis. ' : : rLEMINGTOST STAKES. Of 200jsovs. ; fo...
TOTE CONDUCTORS FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 12 November 1895
-TOTE - CONDUCTORS ? FINED. Chas. Town3:AVm, Lilly .and Wilfred Hayes, ' tote *' conductors, - were, caclr fined':£20 yes'efday. . The inVrmatioii was laid by -private 'individuals,-' :who claimed -half the-fiiies. :'':The,'.-Eolice. In- spector accordingly refused, to ,? conduct the case. ' A stay of proceedings was granted.' -' r':- - ; - ;- : ? '- '?'-'- ' '::~