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Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 15 November 1895
Mining Notes. On the Eoy mine, the property of the Atlc laide Sovereign Prospecting Syndicate, and situated 5i miles north-east of the Boulder, Bonnin's s'haffc has been sunk to a depth: .of 51 feet, and the prospectors have driven through 54 feet of kaolin and quartz, which * shows good . gold. Another shaft has been srnk'to a-Vlepth of 11' feet-, and a sample from this shaft assayed llozs 13dwts 20grs' to the ton. ;- '-..:'' . ..-- Gold has been struck in the Pearl Gold .--Mine, spiitliTAA'CSt of the Boulder, ..and situa ted oil tlie Boulder 'Consolidated line of reef. A good offer has1 been' refused by the lease holders. ??? ? 'On the World's Fair property, adjoining .the-- Broad -Arrow Consols, two shafts have been sunk, one to ajilep.th of 48 .feet, -with 2S ? ' feet of driving, and the other to a depth of (30 feet, Avith a 4-0 feet drive to the w.est,. and a forty feet drive to the east, at the forty feet Ica'cI, and a dri\re of 23 feet to the AA-est at the (50 feet level. ,' ...
Telegraphic. VICTORIA. ACCIDENT IN A MINE. A FRAUDULENT ACT. MELEBOURNE. Nov. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 15 November 1895
Xelp0°r^ti1rir ?.-.'? ?? ? * — - , '?'.? :. ? !' ? ' VICTORIA, V' ; . - ? ,t ? ' . . I-.-'::-- ??'. i ???'- . : -..??-- ? ! ;.1(^ - , . ACCIDENT IN A ' MINE. ''' ' A ''FRAUDULENT ACT. Melbourne, Nov. 13. A terrible accident at Chalk's No. 1 mine, Carisbrook, occurred yesterday. Richard Burland was sending rails up the shaft when one slipped from tho spring and fell a considerable distance, striking the man, death being install-1 taneous. 1 A man nair.ed Henry Call '.was found guilty yesterday on a charge of attempting to 'defraud a bookmaker by passing off on him a note on a defunct bank. The accused was fined £10 and costs, or, in default, one month's imprisonment.
MINE MANAGER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 15 November 1895
MINE MANAGEK'S.llEPOllT. - ' The manager of the' Glen Eaamu syndicate. Kurualpi, reports, under date November J), as follows :— The shaft on Block 157(5 lias been sunk toia depth of 22 ft. .on 'the lode; ' We are I pushing it on Avith.all possible speed. Avorking t-Avo shifts, to enable us t.p force it .down to a depth of 50 ft., and Avill then 'commence driv ing. At the present depth, the formation shoAving.-is excellent qualify, and 'has Very tendency for gold-bearing. On Block 1575, .Ave'have started sinking a' vcrtic'al ; shai t iii order to strike'tho.lpde at q, depth of 50ft. Avhich Avill therefore givc_us a good idea of what the fovmatjoir'is like, lhe shaft is already doAvn to a depth of 10 ft:.'and'is':well timbevod iip already to 'start sinking1 immedi ately. On Block 15.78 .Ave-havc a iirospect-iiig ghaft doAv.n.3.0 ft., and ..at. a foAv-fcet, .geaatw thVibdc.' '' ' - ? _ r»*.=s'i '..'-I !?
THE PREMIER AT THE EGYPTIAN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 15 November 1895
THE PREMIER AT THE . , ? EGYPTIAN COURT. '' ? ?* Nubar Pasha, who is 70 years old, has resigned his position as Premier at the Egyptian Court, on acconnt-o£ old a#e, and i3 succeeded' by - Mustapha Feh in Pasha, Minister of,- War- ;) in Nubar's Government. ' ??-?*'?? The annexation of a portion of Bechuanaland, not previously a British possession, has been effected by the English.
The Premier's Visit. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 15 November 1895
The Premier's Visit. At the meeting of the Reception Commit tee, appointed to arrange for receiving the Premier, Sir John Forrest, the following .letter Avas -received : — ,.-- A. H. Bartlett, Esq., My Dfar Sir,— I am very' sorry that circumstances do not permit of my; being present at your meeting to-night, to ' arranse a fittinir recsntion'-': to Sir-. John Forrest, on the occasion of 'his impending visit to Haunan's. It has been intimated to me that some doubt exists as to the unani mity and heartiness of the welcome that Avill , be accorded to our distinguished A'isitor. Such a doubt should- not; exist, for hoAvever Avidely AA'ciudiAridually-; choose to, -differ A\rith Sir John Forrest politicaily, AA-e can surely ? uuitc in extending a welcome aud hospitality to one holding such a proud and responsible position. ' In order that there may be no clashing of interests or motives to mar a con vivial banquet, on this occasion, I Avould suggest that avc follow the old time maxim of '...
Kalgoorlie Warden's Court THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16. (Before Warden Fielding.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 15 November 1895
Kalgoorlie 'Warden's Court Thursday, !N'oatember 16. ' (Before Warden Fielding.) Bamsby v. GroA'es. — Application for forfeiture of lease 1070b. IMsmissed. i - : Coutts ? v. Adams. — Application , for ~ forfeiture oil lease 65-Ae, known as Fag End No. 2, .on the ground. of nonful filment of the labor conditions on Oct. 2, 3,. and 4' Adjourned for 14 days. Armstrong v. Gallagher.— Applica- tion for forfeiture of lease 1050b, on the ground that tlie labor conditions were not fulfilled on Sept. .23, 2-i, and 25. Adjourned to the 21st inst., on account of the inability of defendant to: appear owing to illness. , Lines v. Perry. — Application for for feiture of leases 1051 -and 1052. James Lines, miner, residing at Cool gardie stated, in evidence, that lie was on the leases in question on Oct. 8, 9, and 10, and no one was working. There Avas a shaft clo\\'non each lease, but the sides were falling in., They appeared to have been unworked for some time. No appearance of defendant. De clar...
NEW SOUTH WALES. THE FEDEKAL CONVENTION. SHOCKING RAILWAY FATALITV. A WOMAN KILLED. Sydney, Nov. 13 (noon). [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 15 November 1895
NEW SOUTH WALES. THE FEDERAL CONTENTION. SHOCKING RAILWAY - FATALITY. A WOMAN KILLED: : :, * Sydney, Nov. 13 (noon). , S:r Henry Copeland, M.P. has sug gested that Cardinal Moran and the Anglican Primate of Sydney (Dr. Saumaroz Smith) should allow, them selves to be nominated for election as representatives in the Federal Con vention. .. ' '_ A shocking fatality happened a Chatswood last night. Alice Graven* a married woman, was riding on the platform, when she slipped off and fell beneath the train. The unfortunate woman was run over by the remainder of the traii: before it was possible to stop it. It was subsequently dis covered that both legs were severed. The unfortunate lady died a few hours afterwards.
INTO STOCK FEED OBTAINABLE. SOUTH MINE BELIEF Broken Hill, Nov. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 15 November 1895
NO STOCK FEED OBTAIN/- BLE. SOUTH MINE RELIEF FVND- .''' Broken Hill, Nov. 13'! The weather is very hot, and no feed is ,'. obtainable in the country for hun-' .'dreds of. miles around. The dairymen are stall-feeding their cattle, which are in poor condition. The Mayor yesterday received a,, communication , from the Mayor of Coolgardie, enclosing £-58 11s 6d, being the amount collected at that centre towards the South Mine disaster relief fund.
MR. PRITCHARD MORGAN ViSITS KALGOORLIE. PERTH, Nov. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 15 November 1895
MR; PRITCH'ARD. MORGAN '' VISITS KAIiGOORLIE: ' PJEBTIf, NOV. 13. Mr. Pritchard Morgan lea;ves Perth for Kalgo'orlie to-morrow. The y, j3ithcr,oE- Haiuian's,'-'aiS.:Mr. Luke' Gcoghcgan has teen aptly termed, .leaves today' cm a visit to'his native' land— Ireland. Ho has lived, in tlie town, three -ycai-s.^y as Hie iirst'Chainnan of, tlie . Progress ^Committee, the most pub-lic:spir,ited man in tlic place, and is now leaving -vitli a fortniVot'o see the laud of his youth. His .kindly good nature and many acts of nn ostentatious kindness,, com bined, with an earnest clesirc\triv do his;lics't for Kalgoorlie'.. have won for .-bun- the esteem and goodwill of the whole district, from which ? he will be sadly misscrj.- Lilie so many of T the.,, old ' residentSj' ^Miv. Oreoghegaii- is an ardent 'supporter',, of j the Forrest Ministry, knowing,''as only' the oldest ' settlers . can, that whon the'placc was 'shunned T6y all others,; Sir. John; Forrest visited , us and' did all he could' .tq ...
WEST AUSTRALIA. DISASTROUS FIRE. BUNBUEY. NOV. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 15 November 1895
WEST AUSTRALIA. DISASTROUS FIRE. BUNBUEY. Nov. 14-. On Wednesday a disastrous fire occurred at a shed belonging to J. W. Batemahj of Eremantlo, which was rented by J. and H. Gibbs, contractors, the building being completely gutted. About 3 o'clock this morning a watch man saw the fire, and communicated with Mr. Gibbs. The shed was soon amass of flames, and every effort to check the fire proved utterly unavailing, about four structures adjoining; .being completely ' reduced' to '; .ruins. The Messrs Gibbs lost all their stock and material, valued at ,£150, nnd tools valued at £100. Mr. J. Port lost a quantity of timber. 'Nothing was in sured. The origin' of the fire is a mystery. . .
NEW ZEALAND SERIOUS SHOOTING CASE. AUCKLAND, Nov. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895
SEW, ZEALAND .SERIOUS SHOOTING CASE. ' Auckland. Nov. 14. ' ? A shocking tragedy is reported from Newtown, a -suburb of Wellington. ?Isaah Fake, a bricklayer, ha-1 a differ ence with his wife,' and,' at a moment's notice, shot her with a revolver through the neck. He then shot him self through' the head, dying imme diately. ' Mrs Fake was removed to the hospital, her condition being critical. She' was originally divorced from a man named. Skinner on the grounds of adultery with Fake, whose wifo she afterwards became.
THE PREMIER'S VISIT TO THE FIELDS. PROGRAMME OF THE TRIP. PERTH, Nov. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895
THE PREMIER'S VISIT TD THE FIELDS, PROGRAMME OF TEE TRIP; Perth, Nov. 15.' ' The Premier has announced the pro: gramme of his goldfield's tour; ; Leay.-f ing on Tuesday next, he v.ill arrive- at Boorabbin on the 20th, staying ,the night at Bullabulling, and -teaching Coolgardie . the .following day., . He will be at Kalgoorlie on-the 22nd and 23rd; after which he will leave for Kunowna, .reaching that, place, on-the 24th; Broad Arrow on.. the ,2?th, 90 Mile o:i the 26th, and/Menzies on the 27th He will stay at Menzies two days, returning by way. di, 90-Mile, Wealth of 'Nations, and' 25-Mile; reach ing Cool'gardip .'about December 2nd, where he will 'remain' a couple of -days,' returning to Perth on the 5th:
WEST AUSTRALIA. A SLANDER CASE. Perth, November 15. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895
WEST AUSTRALIA. A SLANDER CASE. Perth, November 15. A slander .case w as tried . before Mr Justice Eensman yesterday. The plaintiff, Michael Joseph Keane, had been secretary of the Stock Exchange, Melbourne, and is now a broker at Fremantle, where he took an active part in the formation of the Fremantle Stock Exchange. The defendant, John Neil, is well known »s a stock broker in Perth. It seems that Neil, Barret, another broker, C. W. Gibson, and H. T. Jones were discussing matters regarding the boom time one Sunday afternoon. They, adjourned, to Neil's private room at the Exchange Club, Perth, and over a friendly glass of whisky continued the discussion on the market movements. Gibson, at that time, was interested in initiating the Fremantle Stock Exchange, and Neil and Barrett, being mcrab.rs of the , Perth Exchange, began to banter him. He declares, that Neil said, ' A bright committee you have. There's Keane; he's been in gaol a week for being U1UM1V. XUU IlVjCivl X1UU UtlliY,' ...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. CASE OF ABDUCTION. ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. ROUGH WEATHER AT SEA. ADELAIDE, Nov. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895
SOUTH AUSTRALIA, -.; CASE OF ABDUCTION. ? ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. ROUGH WEATHER AT * SEA. Adelaide,. Nov. 14. George Green, a married man, was. ^committed for trial at the Port Ade laide Polic3 Court yesterday on 'a charge of abducting- Jessie Gould ie',1 aged 15 The girl stated that improper - relations had existed between herself and defendant, commencing last year. As she became enciente, they both ran; away to New Zealand, where she gave birth to a child. Green was further cnargea witn indecently assaulting Jessie Gouldie, she being under the age of 16. This case was remanded. The second mate of the b rque Kathleen Hilda was swept overboard on' the New Zealand coast during rough weather. Adelaide, Nov. 15. A mild sensation was caused in the Legislative Assembly last night when the Commissioner for Crown Lands stated that a private party, subsidised by the Government for prospecting South Australia for gold, had gone straight to Coolgardio.1' ?A meeting of the Slug Hill Gold...
Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895
Mining Notes. Mi1. Wharlon. of Fiedler and Wliarton, 6C Melbourne, has arrived to buy'mincs in the' district for flotation in London. Mr. Jchn Edoils, of the Murchison. has arrived to lake charge of Hannan's Proprie tary mines on behalf of tho English company. The money for completing the purchase of several properties on behalf of English and Scotch syndicates, arrived to-day, and it is understood that the Avar' 'scare is OArer' in ' Europe. . ? . . . Messrs. Simon, Harvey and T. K. Stubbing, of Adelaide, Avith a party of others, have spent a few days in -looking over the miiies, and are returning impressed Avith the idea that Kalgoorlie is the golden Broken Hill of Australia. The horso of mullock met Avith in driving* south from the north shaft In tho Marltana mine has beeji cut through, and the face is now in rich ore from side to side. The shaft on the oast side of the hill is also being sunk in high grade dirt. A party of seven good miners Avill arrive to-morroAv from Ballarat ...