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SMITHFIELD AND BROAD ARROW MAILS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895

SMITHFIELD AND BROAD ARROW MAILS. TO THE EDITOR. Sir — X would like to draw the at tention of the public and the Post Office officials to the necessity that ex ists for a direct mail service from Kal goorlie to Smithfield and Broad Arrow. At present, Smithfield, which has gone ahead so much of late, a great number of leases having been taken up, has no service at all, and people have to travel a 10-mile distance to the Arrow in order to get their correspondence. Then again Ave have the PadiUngton and Minnie Palmer lines, where a large population exists, and these people are similarly situated. I notice that ten ders are now being called for a mail service from Kalgoorlip, through the Cattle Swamp, to Broad Aitoav. Noav this Avculd entail a round-about journey and Avould not serve the Smithfield people one Avhit. What I here to suggest is that a direct service should be substituted, going through Smithfield to the Arrow. A petition Avas, to my knowledge, got up some months ago in fav...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Miner
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Share Market. FRIDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) ADELAIDE, November 15. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895

Share Market. FRIDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. - . (UY UROEier WIRE.) ' Adelaide, November 15'. - . Lakes, sellers, 39s Ud Premier. 8s 5d, 9s 3d . ? . ? Boulders, £5 3s 0d Coolgardies, 34s 9d Maritana, 14s 6d, lus Reefer's Eureka, con. 8s 9d, 9s 3d Ivanhoe South Extended, 3s. 6d. Golden Zone, con. 7s 'Id : Mount Benson. SslOd. Ivanhoe Junction, Is 7d, Is 9d ' ' Croesus Extended, buyers 2s 7d ?' ' '' ' ? Hannan's Reward North, 3s 6.1, 3s lid Maritaua North, 3s 6d. 3s 01 Brown Hill Junction,' 2s (Jd, 2s 9-1 Hannans East, buyers Is 3d ' Block 45, 14s 10M, 15s -

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EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895

EMPLOYEES'' LIABILITY ACT. £^A deputation, representing two mil lion trades Unionists, wa.ted on the Home Secretary, Sir W. White Ridley, with reference to the Employers' Lia bility Act. The Home Secretary, in reply, promised that the Government would introduce an Employers' Liability Bill providing in contracts for' the carrying out of principles en couraging a system of mutual insurance as regarded dangerous trades.

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QUEENSLAND. NEW LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES DEPARTURE OF GOVERNOR NORMAN. BRISBANE, Nov. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895

QUEENSLAND. NEW LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES DEPARTURE OF GOVERNOR NORMAN. BBI3CA.NB, NOV. 14. ? ? The Railway Department has called for tenders for forty new locomotives, twenty t© be delivered within a year ' and the balance within two years. Brisbane, Nov. 15. 1 he departure of Governor' Norman /for England yesterday^ 'on' the conclu sion of his term of office, was the occa sion for* a great demonstration, He left by special train, 1000 spectators cheering- luin heartily as the train .moved off. . Simultaneously a salute . of 17 giuis was fired. - ? - ,. . ;

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Cable News. TERRIBLE FIRE IN MEXICO. LONDON, November 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895

Cable News. ? ts- ? TERRIBLE FIRE IN MEXICO. London, November 14. A fire, which was attended with terrible results, is re} orted from Grenada, in Mexico. A public school in the town took fire, and before the scholars could escape large numbers were either trampled or burnt to death. Thirty-one bodies have been recovered, but a large number are still missing. The fire is considered to have been the wo:k of an incendiary. ; ? Later. Two boys have been arrested on a charge of firing the public school in Mexico.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895

' TENDERS. . rpENDERS are invited 'for ' ' ': 1 Supplying 1000 Cords .of .Firewood.; For particulars apply at the Great Boulder and Lake Yiew; Offices. CONTRACT FOR SHAFT SINKING. . : . ., ? nnENDERS will tie1 received 'tit this' h \jiuvv iur hunting J.WO ?vv-hlui Shafts, about 200ft deep. Specifications may be seen oh application.' ? ? -' The lowest or any tender not' neces sarily accepted.- Tenders'' must- 'be handed in o.i or before 16th inst. . * Hannans Brown Hill M. Co., Ltd. R. A. VARDEN,. Manger. ?? FK E S. H T E X. D E 11 S Are invited- lip t'o-8o'clock p.m., on SATUEDAY. the lfith inst.. for the Erection f of : Two-storied addition to Fagau's- Commer-' cial Hotel. .^ J LABOR' O X L Y . 'The lowest or any tender , not necessarily accepted. ?-.'?' Plans 'and Specificatioils to be seen at our Office. ' ' MOLTXE, SUMMEHHAYES & H'AWKIXS, . - Architects. ? ; ,--?-- a -?. Makitaka ? Street/ Kalgoorlie: ' ( WAS.TED': --TO ': !S'E-LL .' ? :T\y0 BUGGY POXIES,,!:!( 'and DOUBL...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895

A meeting of the committee of the ncwly formed Retail Assistant's/ Association, 'was held at the Exchange Hotel, on Friday even ing, the president. ( Mr. Hughes, opcupyiug the- chair. ' The secretary, Mr S. J: Bird, re-' ported- that 'in' accordance' with' a resolution' carried at- the 'general ?? meeting, the store- - keepers in- .the town. ,w.ere,, waited' ? upon; .in' vp.fo.Vt- i inn tn nnriv olnsinn* r-~i 'HTmirlmr crn/1 had all agreed to do so. ' They' had further expressed their willingness to close : on Weil-'* ncsday afternoons. A deputation had waited on' the local representative' of' Mr 'Frecdniaiil who referred them to the gentleman himself. Accordingly he, the .secretary, had, com. municated with Mr' Frccdman ' on'' the' question, receiving the following reply : — ' jl-Iavc instructed my rcpresGiitajiive- to imr mediately comply with your wishes ;, trust . movement siiccessOiil.'— S.;Fiieedma:n?' ? ':In' acknowledgment of this courteous reply: the secretary wired -to Mr ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 16 November 1895

NOW OPEN ! NOW OPEN ! ! 17ALGOORLIE BOOT PALACE, \.. OPPOSITE TELEGRAPH OFFICE, II AN N. A N - S T R E E T. The Largest Stock of Well -Bought English, Continental, and Colonial Boots outside Perth. Men's Goods in tan, black, and white. Ladies can le Supplied with Boots of Wolfe's, Pollad's, Strakosch's, Yerrion's and other Celebrated Makes. Also, the Latest Style American Boots are on the way. ^r A Visit of Inspection Cordially Invited. Note the Address — OPPOSITE TELEGRAPH OFFICE, . . Hannan-strcet. OPEN GALL EXCHANGE. JM I L L E 11 and C 0. i ? ? ? ' ' I : Hannairs. An Open Call. Exchange is 31cld Every ' '? Evening; at 7.80. '--''? At Millet's Auction Mart - All Scrip Buyers and Sellers lloll Cp. 171 ? FI.SHE R and Co.. ': Auctioneers and Mining - i Agents, . - WHITE FEATHER, [ ? JOHN BOILEAU asd CO. (Late Boileau and Boyd, Dublin), DIST EN SING CHEMISTS, - Hannan-sireeV . . ^ (XcxL Kalgoorlie' Exchange Buildings), Kalgoorlie, and Coolgardie. Patent and Proprietary Medicines - Al...

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THE CONGE FREE STATES. AN INDEMNITY TO GREAT BRITAIN. THE PACIFIC CABLE. THE ALIENS' IMMIGRATION QUESTION. THE CUBAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 18 November 1895

THE CONGrO'FREE- 'STATES. '?AN INDEMNITY' -Td^ GREAT ;BRITAIN. .-.-..- » f ?; THE (PACIFIC CABLE. '? '--- ; THE;' ALIENS' '''iiMlGRAriON -?:/.?:: QUESTION.'. '??'?''''-'? THE €UBANWA'R. F r: ' The Congo Free -States have paid Great Britain 150,000 -francs irideni--' hity for the execution;. of , Stokes, a British trader, without trial. The colonial Agents-General, 'with' the exception of Mr. T. Play Ford (South' Australia), will meet Mr Chamberlain on Tuesdav next tn dismiss f.lin cnliioni-. of the proposed Pacific cable. -The- president of the Local Govern-' ment Board (Mr C. T. Ritchie), in reply to a deputation of trades union ists, stated thai the'' Government in tend to restrict' alien- immigration to England'. At-, present the aliens dis place 20 per cent, of -the natives in the East End of London. '.'????' The shares offered to the publiG in the West Australian Joint Stock Cor poration have been allotted. ' ' The expedition cf filibusters from' Venezuela has landed-' J on the...

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THE TURKISH SCANDAL. EUROPE IN ARMS. DECISIVE ACTION MEDITATED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 18 November 1895

' THE TURKISH .SCAN DAL. ' v'l!^uR)ppE^i^:.5'iRMs!.! '?'''' '' decisive .actiomiedit ated - 'fresh massacres-; '- Five-' Russian' warships have--'been.' ordered to-.Snryr'na'to join the':assemb la-*e of fleets of the Powers as a prelude to decisive action against Turkey. The United States is disposed to join ithc alliance of the European Powers in ?the demonstration ngaidst Turkey. Fresh massacres in different parts of the Ottoman Empire 'are reported5* dailv. ? ine .P^p/o11. . n-muassaaors .at 'Constantinople/ are ' liq w/.pQwerles3't|t6 i dii'ec't' * the : ' course' of 'Wairs*,'' o'wi ng' 'to ' ?the' overwhelming influence'' exercised by 'the' menials in^the ' Su'l tan's'-'palace. .The garrison -a^t-thOj-Dfirdanelles have doubled the number of search lights placed- on the summit; of -. Mount: E lias) '- ,,Several,- bombs ..were . discovered .in. a storpt..by an\XraUfJt.a,kei;,,f-yliiclij.Avere. intended to' 'have been , flsed;:by':, the,, Armenians in destroying the local , milita...

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Cable News. THE SHIPBUILDING STKIKE. FRUITLESS ATTEMPT AT MEDIATION. LONDON, NOV.15. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 18 November 1895

' Cable ' News. ? -!-- ? THE SHIPBUILDING ST. KIKE. FRUITLESS ATTEMPT AT MEDIATION. ?' ' ' '-''.?? London, Noy. 1'5. '? Sir Donald Currie attempted to ?mediate between the shipbuilders and engineers .at Glasgow, Imt, Jiis; .efforts ?have proved ' ''fruitless/ '*' 'There ''are signs of a long struggle between masters and men.

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RAIN SADLY NEEDED. HUMILIATION AND PRAYER THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 18 November 1895

RAIN SADLY NEEDED. HUMILIATION AND PRAYER IN THE CHURCHES. A circular has been issued to the Presbyterian, Wesleyan, Methodist; Congregational, Baptist and, minor Methodist Churche?, asking the minis ters and people to set apart-Sunday next as a day of humiliation and ' prayer for rain.

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IRISH NATIONAL FEDERATION. EXPULSION OF MR. HEALY. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 18 November 1895

IRISH NATIONAL ;,FEDER;A- : ' '/.-,' TION. ;.-. ..: ?: . EXPULSION OF MR. HEALY. - The expulsion. of Mr Hcalyfron^the Irish National Federation.. League was recorded at a. meeting in .Dublin. . It was preceded by an animated discus .sion, marked by many scenes of dis order. The discussion lasted 12 hours. - Ilealy was present^ as a' member ofc' the opponents over- .every, ?point. L- raised. The representatives. . of the ..Press . wcr,e; excluded from. the;i meeting,, which, lasting till midnight, was adjourned, on the decision of . the members. . It was recorded on thefolloyving dav that -Mr T. M. Healy '-amU'Mr* Arthur' O'Co'nnqr had. been. expelled from the Irish ' National Federation. League by 33 votes to 24. '

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FRENCH WARSHIP RUN AGROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 18 November 1895

FRENCH ; 'WARSHIP - RUN , 'AGROUND.' * '' A French warship has run aground at Hyeres, in the Mediterranean. A' tug has been employed to re-float her.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 18 November 1895

NOW OPEN ! NOW OPEN!! KALGOOELIE BOOT P A L A 0 E, 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, Pollad's, Strakosch's, Vernon's and other Celebrated Makes. Also, the Latest Stylo American Boots arc on the way. igiP A Visit of Inspection Cordially Invited. Note the Address — OPPOSITE TELEGRAPH OFFICE, Hannan-strcet. OPEN CALL EXCHANGE. JM I L LEE and C 0. Hannau's. '-. Aii Open Call Exchange ? is Held Every ;r -Evening, at 7.30.' ? : . * ' At Miller's Auction Mart. Ali Scrip Buyers and Sellers Roll Up. EPISHER and Co.. ; ' 1 Auctioneers and Mining r Agents, . c WHITE FEATHER, ? ' JOHN BOILEAU a*d CO. (Late Boileau and Boyd, Dublin), DISPENSING CHEMIS'LS, Hannan-street ? ' (Next KalgoorHe Exchange Buildings), . . Kalgooilie, and Coolgardie. Patent and Proprietary Medicines Always on Hand. .Prescriptions Accurately Dis...

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Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 18 November 1895

Items of News. On Sunday, .Mr. L. Greoghcgan left Kal goorlie for Perth, preparatory to a trip to Ireland. - ' 'Ratepayers are reminded of the election of two auditors for the Kalgoorlie Municipality to be held to-day.. - ' ' .../' Particulars arc given ? in our advertising columns of a Queensland social to be held n't Somers' hotel,- Coolgardie, on Thursday next. - Messrs. Hcnning and Eonnsovcll, solicitors, . of Coolgardie, have commenced the practice, of their profession in Kalgoorlie, having taken offices in Eandell's Buildings, adjoining the Union Bank. -? Mr.-T-.r Fowler,- Inspector of Mines, left ' Kalgoorlie' on Sa'timlay afternoon for -Cool- gardie: Mr. Fowlcrriu- conversation' with 'a* representative of the Miner, stated that Mr. Moran's property in tlic Mount Monger -dis.- trict is' one of the best' shows he has seen for many a day, adding that it .was a plcasnre'for him to report on it. , Mr! P. Whelan, who has been uiiwcll for.' the iast few daj-s, expects- to /leave- f...

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ACCIDENT AT THE PROPRIETARY MINE. TWO MEN KILLED AND TWO INJURED. BROKEN HILL, BOV. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 18 November 1895

ACCIDENT AT: THE PROPRIE* TAR ST. MINE. . . ..,-:;- TWO MEN KILLED 'AND'TWd- ? injured;'!' [™'l',!S''. . Broken HiLL^'Npv/id.V An accident occurred' at. tile /Pro., prietary mine. Four 'men' were! en gaged in blasting operation's, when a. charge prematurely exploded.,'' One man, named Charles Herrin, was.killed instantly, whilst another, named' -Win', . Dally, was terribly injured.' ' He' was remored to the hospital, but died shortly after admission. The other ? men, although suffering severely from the shock, are not seriously injured.' '..'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 18 November 1895

? Our telegrams indibate a' big; rise-in 'Great' Boulders and C66igardiea,; but owing to ihe' Lelegraph oilioe being closed on Sunday we have been unable to confirm' the quotations. It is probable that a, mistake .has been made on the line. :,, -, / ,4 -..:,'. ;,,: ,,',., .; '.??J.C.h': TENDERS. . ,. ' ?.:--..?.:{?.-';- ? - ??;-'.'i /.'s ?-*t-K rriENJDERS are invited for Supplying 1000 Oop.ds oy Fjekwood. Vov particulars apply at_thc Great Boulder and:La'ke-Yi'ew Offices.' m e isT e,.;;Dc-.nB n s. -TOHTfI KALaUELI GOLD MINE. r I SENDEES arc invited, for Sinking No. 1 t JL ' shaft a dcfHh'bf T-0f t'from present depth: Specifications jmay be' seen at the mine, or No.\ 'l, Semaphore Chambers'! Close lyth Novem ber.;:- ,.i ;,,::. ????'-?-?; '? ^ ,: .. = - ' ' ., NIL DESPErtAN-DIJM-(At'Kiirnaipi). Tenders are iuvi ted for .Sinking main Shaft, ' 10£t x 4ft in clear, 50ft froiii surface.' 'tSj^oci- ?--iicitious can be seeir at ,No.' 1 Semaphore Chambers, Kalgurli.' or on tlie mines. Close ...

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Bulong (I O U). Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 18 November 1895

Bulong (I O U). Hospital. (fhoji a correspondent.) Oil Sunday 'last ?as:ballot was taken for the election 6f;'a.cbmriiittee to act for ?the abpye-anstitution 'for the ensuing 12 - imon'ths;]. Thcre'were 18 candidates and the^follpAvingAvere^. elected : — Messrs A. '-Rawsonj;GV\\Ijayreuce;^A. Price, Boyd, Bye, .Simpson,' Ramplin'g, DonoAran, Donaldson, Close, A. Ramsden, and Smith : - - On the following night a meeting was held;' 'at Avh'ich'it' wa8'decide(l^t'o'''p'ro'cecd' ' Avith the erection of ;'a-kiteheh, dispensing .room, ..aiiduOther^ jofut^uildnigs. ;_-, JDrugs and other ' requisites were also ordered. At 'present 'there are Wo largo 'tents erected^ capable of accommodating, 42 patients,''/ and' Avith the' proposed- addi tions, this institution ;Avill b.e one^of the most complete and comfortable -hospitals oirtho fgoldfields. ;'; -v -'' ? ?' ? ' ?' K '-'' ;?---'-;?- ' *. A[. dispenser, ;]ias.;''l3cen.. engaged, and arrangements . are' ' being' 'iriade to secure' .'tlie ^ ser...

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ACTION FOR CONSPIRACY. NEWSPAPER DIRECTORS CHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 18 November 1895

ACTION' FOR CONSPIRACY^ NEWSPAPER DIRECTORS CHARGED; ;'? .'']:.':''' Walter Hislop has-broughfc an action against the directors ? .of - the defunct daily newspaper of the Labor Party, ' charging them . with ' conspiracy, to cheat him and others out 'of'larsje 'sums' of money. The hearing :of the case is postponed. A large fire occurred at Parramatta.. A big shed at the top. of- the works belonging to the Australian Kerosene uu iviinorai vjo. cauguc angnc, due t-ne flames were prevented from spreading below. It is estimated- 1 tliat- ^ the damage amounts to £1,000. J -o'iU .\--~ Lucy McLean and Arthur Brown- - field were committed for trial yesterday on a charge of bigamy. Aecardiiig to' the evidence it appeared that;whilst Brownfield's wife was i'n . a '.lunatic; asylum he married the woman McLean, , - who had separated from her husband.. .

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