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CRICKET. SOUTH AUSTRALIA v. VICTORIA. ADELAIDE, November 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 November 1895
CRICKET. SOUTH AUSTRALIA Y. VICTORIA. [By Telegraph.] Adelaide, November 10. .The first intercolonial cricket match of the season was commenced between Victoria and South Australia at the Adelaide Oval on Saturday. ' The character of .'the day was somewhat clisaijnoiutiii'1. osnoniallv fivn-n n. South Australian standpoint, tho men field ing very indifferently. . The Victorians, despite their being in poor batting form, were therefore., able to raise 220 runs. Graham contributed 50, Lavor 42, and Perryman 34. In the three-quarters of an hour left after thc-close of tho Victorian innings three of tho local men were disposed of 'for 47 runs. South Australia expects to do better on Monday.' ' ' ' !'J' ;' ' Governor Buxtoii ' waV present on the' ground during the whole of yesterday and will visit the Oval to-morrow. The Victorian ? team selected consisted of Graham, Phillips, Pcrrymau, Roche, Lewis, ? E. M;Leod, C. M:Leod, Lavcr, A. E. Trotfc, H. Trott, and A. Tarrant. Oii Tuesday after...
Arrival of Mr John Howell. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 November 1895
Arrival of Mr John Howell. The managing director of the Kalguiii Mines, Mr John Howell,- ':formerly general manager of the Broken Hill Proprietary mine, arrived on Monday evening, and has taken am. - his residence temporarily on the property. He will, however, remain only a short time on the field, as he must return to Illawarra before long to superintend .the erection of the smelt ing works about to be built there. He will, however, before leaving, place thoroughly competent men in charge of the mines, and will, from time to time, visit and direct op'ora tions on the property. He is quite convinced the time has come when returns will be de manded from the mines, and intends to push on both with works oi development and the erection of a plant for treating the ore .of the rich mines under his control. He does not in tend to wait to learn the results of the trial works now being .erected on other blocks, but will, as soon as water is obtainable 'in reason able quantities, turn out bu...
Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 November 1895
Municipal Council An extraordinary mooting oC the council .was .held at the. town clerk's office on Novem ber 12th. Present, the Mayor, Ofs Fin.iisl.cr and Roberts. The town clerk, Mr A. If . Bartlett, asked for further information ro tho. f oo to bi paid to the valuers, Messrs Biddlc and G. O. Haw kins, and was' informed that £25 each was the amount mentioned.' lie polling on the 18th inst for the position of councillor.ciused by the resignation of Cr Ward, and the election of two auditors, it was decided that Cr Fimister should act as .returning officer. ' - ' His Worship the Mayor spoke of his wish to resign owing to pr. ssure of work,.and inability to cope with, same. Crs Fimister and Roberts suggested that tlio present would bo a most inconvenient time, for so doing. The Mayor - stated that praesnie of business won1.;! vuy snon make it an absolute necessity, but state.-.!/ ha won VI remain in office iritll tin town cbrk should bo able, by coiiiimiveatji.ra: with tho Colonial Ss...
Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 November 1895
Mining Notes. (l3Y OUR MINING REPORTER.) Mr XI. Wigg, of Adelaide, has purchased on behalf of a South Australian syndicate tb'e St. Alban's mine situated on the same line of country as the Reefer's Eureka. The property is a very promising one. The Great Boulder crushing for 'the past fortnight resulted as follows :— Stone treated 251 tons yielding 1069oz of smelted gold. At the company's own battery 71 tons yielding 512oz was crushed, while at the Leviathan crushing works ISO tons yielding 512oz was treated.
WEST AUSTRALIA. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT SOUTHERN CROSS. SOUTHERN CROSS, Nov. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 November 1895
WEST AUSTRALIA. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT SOUTHERN CROSS. Southern Cross, Nov. 10. A fire broke out about 2 o clock on, Sunday, at the goods-shed. A strong wind was blowing and in less than half an hour, the whole building, containing on a rough estimate,' close upon £30,000 worth of goods,' was enveloped in a sheet of flames. Mv Alexander, M.L.C. was among the first to notice the smoke issuing from the north-west corner of the building, and the alarm was instantly given.-- So far- as the goods-shed and contents were concerned this was to no purpose, as compara tively speaking, nothing of either was 'saved. A number of trucks opposite the goods-shed with about 20 tons of' highly inflammable ware on board were in imminent risk of catching fire, but were pushed out of harm's way. The station hands ' and ~ others who by so doing underwent great danger of being burnt' by falling pieces of molten iron, and the police, under Corporal M'Cart ney, worked with -commendable energy, -as also did man...
MINING MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 November 1895
MINING MATTERS. (liBOM LONDON' EXCHANGES). There oujyhfc to be a prosperous future before the Town Properties of \Vest Aus tralia, Limited. The directors have' recently given orders to purchase valuable town lots at ITaunan's, where the price of laud is rising rapidly, The last Great Boulder crushing of 187$oz from 345 tons brings the total up to 17,575oz from 2437 tons or an .average of over 7oz to the ton. This is a remarkable showing for a mine, the shares of which, now selling at abort £7 lUs,, could liavj been pieted up lor a few shillings not very long ago. The fashionable district, par excellence, is Kalgoorlie, and as long as the Great Boulder continues to yield such wonderful returns as those regularly recorded, and siich mines as the Boulder, Brown Hill, the Lake View, ami some of the Associated mines continue to develop as thsy are now doing, it is hard to fovetcil to what extent the present boom will c;row, and whei'e or when it is likely to stop; An important developmen...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Nov. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 November 1895
NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Nov. 9. A sad boating fatality occurred on Friday afternoon, outside of Port Jack son head. Four youths, William Hall 16, Arthur Becke 15, Wellington Vitely 18J and! Bullgin l5- left Rush cutters. Bay in an. 18ft. boat, and sailed out through the Heads towards C tb bage Tree Bay, off Manly. They reached that plaoe in safety and hav ing had lunch, had started on the re turn journey, when in attempting to jib', a squall struck the boat capsizing it. Hall clambered on to the keel and Becke struck out for the shore. 500 yards distant, partially undressing in the water. Whim, about half way to the land the current appears to have been too powerful for him, and he -turned round and- headed for the boat Ahnnfc 12-vnrds 'off. however, he sank. and Hall, being unable to swim, did not dare go to his assistance. Vitley ami Bullgin disappeared immediately the boat was upset.' Two - fishermen named Ply, who witnessed the occur rence, pulled out from the shore and rescued...
Bardock. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 November 1895
Bardock. (From a Correspondent.) There are no doubt a great many in West Australia- who don't know such, a place as Bardock exists, and have no idea of the mag nitude of the place. There are some 400 men on tins Hold, all hunting for the precious metal with more or less success. The dry blower is nearly extinct, and- all hands are turning to the reefs. These, I consider, will eompare favorably with those of any reefin° district in W.A. We have five distinct lines of lode here within 1£ miles of each' other, viz : Mount Pleasant, Mount Eva. Excelsior, The Blue Bar, and the Towanninie line lately dis covered by Cooper and party. They are' all running north a1ul-.sou.th7 and underlaying- to the west. ? ? THE MOUNT PLEASANT' is the first I will deal with. This property is owned by Messrs Ferguson, M'Connell and party, and lias been constantly worked for 12 months. It consists of a 12-acrc lease, and a , great deal of work has been done on it, with the result that a large lode has been e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 November 1895
NOW OPEN! NOW OPEN!! FALGOORLIE BOOT PALACE, JL-*- OPPOSITE TELEGRAPH OFFICE, HANNAN-STREET. The Largest Stock of Well Bought English, Continental, and Colonial Boots outside Perth. Men's Goods in tan, black, and white. . Ladies can be Supplied with Boots of Wolfe's, vPollad's, Strakosch's, Vernon's and other Celebrated Makes. Also, the Latest Style American Boots are on the way. 'Sp' A Visit of Inspection Cordially Invited. Note the Address — OPPOSITE TELEGRAPH OFFICE,' Hannan-strcet. WtSTERN AUSTRALIAN BANK Established 1841. Head Office: PERTH ; Branches at Beverlfa- Bunijury BUSSELTOX COOLGABDIE CuE DONGARA FeeMANTLE - GehALDTON « . ? ? Bay Daws- Kalg]oorlie Newcastle Northam Southern Cross White Feather ^okk. Menzies. EsrERANCE Agents in: LoiiDex, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, and all the Australian Colonies. This Bank issues drafts on all its Agents and Brandies, purchases gold or receives it for consignment and makes advances against it, and transacts all banking business. H. D...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 November 1895
A LEX. MATHESON. & CO. HUNT STREET, ' C00LGARDI3, SOLE AGENTS IN W.A. FOR. Hornsby-^Ackroyd Oil Engines, now ' ..., . . in use at Baytey's Reward Mine; ? Caird & R'ayner's Condensers, now in use at tlie Hampton Plains; Scream's Prospecting Eock Drills, 'now in use at Coolgardie. National Explosives Co 's Dynamite, now in use everywhere. ; ? - Sandycropt Foundry Company,- sup plied the Brown Kill machinery. KALGOORLIE TOWN BLOCKS AY ANTED. *. - ' THE 1' ONDON and WESTERN AUSTRALIAN INVESTMENT COMPANY, LIMITED Are willing to pay Cash for KALGOORLIE TOWN BLOCKS. PROPERTIES EOUGIIT AND SOLD.= ? LOANS ON FREEHOLDS NEGOTIATED, Apply to .-.;'''- ALEX., MATHE30N &;Co;j' - -' Hunt Street, -Coolgardie,-. Attornies ' for tlie Company ' in -W.A. THE . - T 0 N D 0 N and WESTERN' AUSTRALIAN EXPLORATION COMPANY - LIMITED PAY CfVSH ' ? AT ' ? ANY TIME For ? PROVED MINING PROPERTIES.. Apply to ALEX. MATHESON & Co., / Hunt Street, Coolgardie, Attornie? for the Company ...
KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13TH, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 November 1895
KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13tii, 1895. An attempt is at length being made by one of the mines of. the field to solve the' question of securing a supply of water, sufficient for its. own needs, from an out side source. It is, of course, ancient history that the Boulder, Lake View and Associated Mines went beyond their own leases and secured a supply, which, up to date, has enabled them to continue crushing, but, perhaps with this excep tion, a great deal of unwillingness has been mnced by the companies to leave the confines of their oayh leases in search of the one necessary clement, wanted to make their mines the success they should be. Now, however, the Brown Hill has set a good example by securing a water right some distance east of the mine, with a view -of sinking for a supply. The site selected is 'on the same run (J flat country as that on which the .Works Department sank 'the most successful ^bore put down on.. the goldfields. This is, of course, the G...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 November 1895
MAIL NOTICES. Mails close at Hannan's Post Office — For Cooloardie, 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.m to 5 p.m. ; and on Thursdays and Saturdays extra delivery froni 7 to S o'clock p.m. Inward mails arrive from Perth, Coolgar die, etc.,- at 11.30a.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. Mails for the United Kingdom, etc., will close on Wednesday, 13th insfc.,- at 2.15 p.m. Late letters, registered letters, and money orders as shown above. J. H. Leach, Acting P.M.
Telegraphic. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Nov. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 November 1895
JL *C1V'-kLI d.yill'L, VICTORIA. . Melbourne, Nov.' ',)'. The body of a young man, name un known, 'was' found -yesterday in the bush near Cunninghanie, in the Gipps land district. An examination of the body showed that the. deceased was stabbed to the heart, and had had his head battered in. Another swagman,' supposed to have been the mate of the deceased, has been arrested on sus picion of murder. Lateb. ' The swagman, Chas. Stranger, who was arrested on a charge of having murdered his mate at Ounninghame has confessed his guilt. The victim's name was Joj. Dacey, and he was for merly a jockey. Miss Saunclers, a young lady residing at Allendale, died yesterday in great agony from the effects of a snakebite inflicted on Wednesday afternoon.
THE TRANSVAAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 November 1895
THE TRANSVAAL. The Transvaal Republic refuse to allow Cape Colony fifty per cent, of the traffic receipts of the railway uniting the two countries. Th® i' Times ' of Africa, states that the territories or Kliama and other Bechuana chiefs remain under Imperial protection, and will not be transferred to the authority of the British South Africa Company. En compliance with the request of the British Government, the Transvaal Ministry has re-opened the fords * on the Vaal River, dividing the Transvaal and the Orange Free States, and has undertaken not to close them again without consulting the Imperial Government.
TURKISH TROUBLES. CONSPIRACY TO REMOVE THE SULTAN. THE GRAND VIZIER EXILED. ANOTHER SLAUGHTER OF INNOCENTS. SPEECH BY LORD SALISBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 13 November 1895
CONSPIRACY TO REMOVE THE SULTAN-. THE GRAND VIZIER EXILED. ANOTHER ? SLAUGHTER OF ? INNOCENTS. SPEECH BY LORD SALISBURY. A conspiracy to runove the Sultan, emanating- from Aduct Hamid, to pro claim his brother, Mohammed. Rcshad, in his nlace. is spreading throughout the European provinces of the Ottoman Empire. It ha? transpired that many Bulgarians are implicated in the plot. Owing to the disturbing rumour re garding the state of affairs, a general decline has been manifested in.' Stock Exchange prices. Consols are quoted at £105 10s. Colonial securities have fallen 10s in the mining market. Slump K ram el Pasha,' the njwly appoi ited Turkish Grand Vizier, has recommended the pursuit of a policy of conciliation with regard to, tin people of Asia Minor, in consequence of which the Sultan has determined to send- him into exile immediately.' He will be sent to Vali of Aleppo, in .Asia Minor. Six Tu: kish doctors, in referring to the recent death at the Palace, certified the fact of on...