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THE REPORT OF THE MUNICIPAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895
THE REPORT OF THE MUNI .;l., CIPAL COMMITTEE.,.. .. 1 The committee or municipal dele gates, with . experts, appointed to in spect the slaughter-houses and dairies have furnished a report containing many revelations of uncleanliness. The committee ascertained that the, butchers, in making small goods and sausages of various kinds, adopted the custom of using unborn calves' taken from the bodies of cows slaughtered^ . On. the information of leading butchers it was assented that from 200 to 300 of these premature creatures find their way into human consumption every week. . ? . ? Messrs Paton and Son, florists, Mel bourne, were fined £25 and costs .yes terday, for working a female employee . more than 45 hours a week.
Reception of the Premier. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895
Reception of the Premier. The adjourned meeting of the reception committee appointed to make arrangements for the reception and entertainment of the Premier, Sir John Forrest, was held at the Exchange Hotel on Friday evening. The Mayor, Mr. John Wilson, presided, and there was a very full attendance, thirty-five mem bers being present, while two fresh names were added to the committee. Mr. McDonough moved that a public recep tion and address be accorded to -the Premier oh his arrival, and that he be entertained at a banquet in the evening. Mr. R. D. Thompson seconded, but suggested that the stereotyped address be omitted. The motion Avas carried. It Avas decided that the committee and the Town Council should' jointly;- receive the Premier and lay the -Avaiits of jLhc field anil town before him. ' Mr M'Donough moved- -'-That -a sub committee o£ 10, in addition to the members of the Municipal Council, be appointed to draAv vip a list of the Avants of the toAvn and field and present th...
Telegraphic. VICTORIA. A CURIOUS CASE. ALLEGED BREACH OF PROMISE. ADVERTISING ON POST-CARDS BEER AND TOBACCO NOTICES OBJECTED TO. GAMING HOUSE CASE. MELBOURNE, Nov. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895
Telegraphic. VICTORIA. , ; A CURIOUS CASE. ALLEGED BREACH 'OF : PROMISE. ADVERTISING-:ON POST-CARDS BEER AND TOBACCO NOTICES ? . OBJECTED TO. GAMING HOUSE CASE. Melbourne, Nov. 14. Mr. Howard Spensely has applied for a' warrant of distraint . from the Court to eject Miss Hilda Brooks from a refreshment cafe at the Royal Arcade. It appears she rented the cafe from him, and did not pay a proper rental. Miss Brooks alleged that the plaintiff seduced her under promise or marriage, ana si-e aioer ?wards discovered tint he was married. Her counsel intimated that there would be an action for breach of1 promise of marriage. A very large deputation waited on the Postmaster-General- yesterday for the purpose of protesting against the alvertisenients of lager beer and tobacco appearing on the new issue of postcards. Mr Duffy admitted that the cards were inartistic, but he could not suggest a remedy. He was using his utmost endeavours to reduce the loss upon the working of the Depart ment. They...
SPORTING. NOMINATIONS FOR PERTH RACES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PERTH, November 15. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895
SPORTING. NOMINATIONS FOR PERTH RACES. [By Telegraph.] Perth, NoA-embev 15. The folloAviug nominations liaA'c been re ceived : — ' -. -. ? . ? -'PERTH CUP. ' -i Gondaella . Dryden . ? ? Yale Lock ' Ultimate , *?- [jady Nectar Sunbeam . Carbonate, ' Flornc Mainstay Snapshot Dardis ' Dunrobin Grain Ensign Lady Wellington Shotbolt .- . ,.. . Fidelity Strahan . Jero ~ Lord Hope . Roburite . , '?- Lockeville Skylight - .? . ?? Primrose,. . ?; Gold and Black . , Ranathn, . Miraculum ? ?-? Pantomime Lockinvar - Mount Zcchau RAIIjAVAY STAKES. Gondaella ? Drydcn Will o' the Wisp Yale Lock Ultimate Lady Nectar Scabreoze Sunbeam Carl.onate Florrie Mainstay , Tarpeena Hilda Maud Dora Dunrobin lavcray ' Ocean / Prince Charlie ? Lady Wellington Shotbolt ? „ Fidelity . Strahan Jcro ' Goldmine Lord Hope Roburite Lockeville Skylight. Primrose Miss Boolka Ranatha Miraculum Pantomime - LachinVav . ..Ensign . . y. ., LADIES' PUESE. Gondaolla ' .Will o'.thc 'Wisp, Maud S. ' La-ly Nectar '. ' Sunbeam Nim...
Kalgoorlie Warden's Court FRIDAY, November 15. (Before Warden Fielding.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895
Kalgoorlie Warden's Oourt FRIDAY, November 15. (Before Warden Fielding.) Stentiford v. Simper and others. — Objection to application for lease 215G. Edwin Mugford Stentiford, miner, stated that he Avas applicant for lease 2295. On October 10 he pegged a piece of ground at the IO U, on the east of lease 527. Posted notice on the east boundary of ground pegged, and came in on Oct. 19 to apply. Owing to the intervention of a Sunday and a holiday Avas unable to apply until the 22nd. On the 11th saw a peg Avith notice on it on cleared line on the east of 527, Avliich was not ' there on the 10th. Produced the notice, Avhich said the ground Avas pegged on the 11th. It bore 5 signa tures. The peg on which it Avas posted was four chains inside his peg*. The defendant admitted that the claim was not pegged until the 11th. The objection Avas therefore upheld. Parm nter v. Handcock. — Objection to .application for lease 2076 e. With- - drawn. Grant and Earle v. Reid.— Objec tion to application ...
REASON FOR DISMISSAL OF KIAMIL PASHA. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895
REASON FOR , DISMISSAL OF KIAMIL PASHA. It is now state J that Kiamil Pasha was dismissed by the Sultan from the position of Grand Vizier for justifying the protest made by the Powers as to the condition of the Ottoman Empire. The Porte refused to ratify certain re forms authorised by the Assembly of Crete, and a revolt is feared as the result. The Powers have arranged to fnlm r.niWti vn action in Turknv Tlio Sultan is conscious that the Cabinet, as at present constituted, is powerless to do anything, and is inviting changes in the composition of the' Pashas who de cline to comply with its wishes.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895
nnHE UNION BANK OF AUS X TRALIA, Ltb. A BRANCH of this BANK Is now open at KALGOORL1E (Hannans). The Bank issues drafts On its Branches and Agents throughout the Colonies and transacts all usual Banking Busi ness. 3. FINLAYSON, ? General Manager. Wl STERN AUSTRALIAN BANK Established 1841. ? Head Office: PERTH ; Branches ab Beveklky Buxbury bcsseltojs' coolgakdie Cue Doxgara Fremantle Geraldton Bay Dawn- .Kalgoorlie Newcastle ' Northam SeuTiiEKN Cross White Featuer Y«rk. Mexzies. esperaxce Agents in : I.gxdgx, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydxey, and 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. STABLES. ? KALGOORLIE LIVERY, LETTING and BAIT STABLES. Holies and Traps For Hire. Good Yards and Stabling. Telegrams attended to Promptly. Horses and Traps for Sale. Bran, Oats, Chaff and Compressed Feed always on hand...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895
ALEX. MATHESON & GO. HUNT STREET, COOLGARDIE, ^ SOLE AGENTS IN W.A. FOR Hobssbv-Ackrovd Ou. Exuixes, now in use at- Bayley's Howard Mine. ?^ Caibd & Rayner's Condensers, now in use at the Hampton Plains. ? . ? Schram's Prospecting Bock Drills, now in use at Coolgardie. National Explosives Co 's Dynamite, now in use everywhere. ? Saxdycroft Foundry Company, sup plied the Brown Hill machinery. KALGOORLIE TOWN. BLOCKS ' WANTED. ?j« . , ? ? -.-? THE ... '-..-_ -J O N D 0 N and WE S T'E R N AUSTRALIAN; INVESTMENT. COMPANY,' . . ''limited Are willing - to' pay Gash . for ? , K ALGO_ORLIE . . ' „- , , . ?' TOWN BLOCKS.' PROPERTIES BOUGHT AND BOLD.- ? ? ' LOANS ON lPKBEHOLDS NEGOTIATED,; Apply to ALEX- MATIIESON- & Co;r:J ? -:ir-,HjKTr.'STRBm^gO^GrAij,DlB,, AttornieV for the Company, in W. A. ?V'' 'THE. . ''' '. ' ,'?: T ONDON and -WESTERN 1 . AUSTRALIAN* - / EXPLORATION COMPANY ? LIMITED pay c'aI&i':''' \ ANY TIME ? For - . . P.R:O.YE D : . MINING PEOPEBTLES...
Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895
Items of News. Miss Sadler, of Perth, who has been engaged as a nurse at the local hospital, arrived at Kalgoorlie yesterday. On Friday afternoon black clouds gathered overhead and the sky bore a threatening appearance. The much desired shower, how ever, did not fall. The latest iicavs concerning Messrs. Janec zeck, Hamilton and Jephson, avIio arc inmates of Mrs. Mecham's private hospital, is that they are progressing satisfactorily. Messrs. J. 0. Summers and Co. notify in our business columns that they will sell at their yards at 2.30 p.m. to-day, a prospecting turn-out, also drapery, groceries, &e. The fortnightly gold escor.t ' lef t Kalgoorlie yesterday afternoon. .We were unable to ascertain the quantity of gold sent, but under stand that it; was Arcrv larjrn. Mr. C. J. Moran, M.L.A., leaves Kalgoorlie to-day for Bardock, where he aviII address a meeting of his constituents this evening. Mr. Moran will pass through the Broad Arrow district and will inspect the mines at ...
KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, NOV. 16TH, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895
KALGOORLIE MINER PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, NOV. IGtii, 1895. According to the latest English papers South African stocks have been knocked out of the markets of the world, and shares in the mines of ' Golden West Australia' ave the prevailing rage in London and Paris. It is not surprising that, with one hundred millions sterling invested in the Johannesburg mines re turning only one per cent, per annum, the speculating public should begin to wonder where the justification for further booming comes in. This r idea having occurred to many persons, they have at tempted to withdraw their money, with the result that the market has collapsed. So complete is the collapse that even the newspapers that most'' industriously praised the Rand mines a few weeks ago ' now almost, unanimously advise selling and investing in West Australian shares: So great is 'the change that has come over the London press that even the1 journals which most consistently damned everything in the colony, and -advis...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895
MAIL NOTICES. Mails close at Hannan's Post Office — Mails for the Australian colonies close on Saturday, 16th Novembei', at 3.15 p.m. A supplementary mail for the Australian colonies will close on Monday, 18th Novem ber, at 3.15 p.m. Mails for the United Kingdom, etc., will close on Wednesday, 20 th November, at 3.15 p.m. In each case late letteis will be received up to 3.45 p.m. on payment of fee (2d). Registered mail closes at 2.15 p.m. Special Note. — Foreigu and intercolonial money orders should always be obtained before 2 p.m. on the day preceding the departure of the mail by Avhich it is intended to remit. For Kanowna, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 2 p.m. For I.O.U. and Kurnalpi on Thursdays at 9 p.m. J. H. Leach, Acting P.M.