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PERTH STOCK EXCHANGE. (By Telegraph.) PERTH, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 18 November 1895

PERTH STOOE EXCHANGE. ' !(By' Telegraph.)' %': ' ^ '* ' '?-'??''*'? *'. ~ .' '''? ? -' ? PjERTii/Novenibcr 16. Coolgardiesi sellers.^SSj^i. .'-., . ? ,:'., r G olden Zone, pro. n.s,^coii. Ss 6.1 Haiinan's Reward :Nprth', .4s-.- i ,. \ ?„.-.; Ivanhoe South Extended, 'Is 3d ? Maritana*. 16s ': ??'' ': ?' ? : - Maritana Central. 2s 3d Maritana' North', '4s 6d '.- Monte Christo, pro'.- :53,^cqn.! 3s (id .L Royal Mints, cou.,-203

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Bicycling Championship. THE 5-MILE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 18 November 1895

Bicycling Charnpionsliip. THE 5-MILE ; RACE. ' In describing the defeat of Zimmer man, ;the great American rider,t; in .the 5-mile, championship on the Adelaide Oval/tlfc1' 'Observer' '/says :-^'£ At'dialf the distance Zimmerman- Avcnt to the front for a lap, but he ,.y;as not,- capable of forcing ;,the; jpace, jandVas,. 'Parsons again 'slipt.out.it was seen tl^e American ha'tVa task in hanging 'oil.' 'Towards the end 'tlfc , excitenieirt' was. temfic,.;aud . as Buik went oii tAvo laps from home' and' made1 the- pace- still faster .the crowd yelled and urged them on. With a de- ! termination that does him credit, - Par sons continued the ? terrific speed, and as they-SAvnng round on the^-inging-. of- the bell it-Avas seen that there would' be- one of the'-grandest' struggles- ever Avitneslcd. It Avas' bad policy' p'utting .on another pacer .iqi'-t^iSj -^lie fi-iial^lap, .'and.Jie.Avas of no 'use to the contestants!'' AV they swerved into the .'.eastern straight Zim merman appeared t...

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VICTORIA. CONTRABAND GOODS. SEIZURE BY THE CUSTOMS. MELBOURNE, NOV. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 18 November 1895

VICTORIA. CONTRABAND GOODS. SEIZURE.BY THE CUSTOMS} Ml5L])OURX15. NOV. .10. _ ' A. Customs officer paid a.yist. of. in spection to the R.M.S. Ophir ,yester-. day, and seized from the barber's saloon f our cases of tea, ten cases of cigars, eight boxes of silk goods, and';a quan tity of perfumery, confectionery and, fanoy goods. . , :

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Share Market. SATURDAY'S ADELAIDE MARKET. (BY URGENT WIRE.) ADELAIDE, NOVEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 18 November 1895

Share Market. if* ?'- SATURDAY'S' ADELAIDE- M ABKRT. . I. '.-'-'!U;; ^^ ? :'?„???.?. ?-?:; i -.'?-. li'-l (BY URGENT ^WIiIE'!*) ?,; .: / *', 'AdeIiAIDe,- November ,16. :? Lakes, buyers, 39s ? ^ -?; ?- ? Tiudals, 5s 3d r Haunana Ea'^tj 'Is 4d .^ ' - ' . ? % f' _ J' Llanfcana, 1-os ,, ' . ', 7/ftC '; ?' %;'-.i i.~. '--; , -. f *-'i' .'.: 'I'-',V ? * ,' I ; Ivanhoe South, icon. ,10s' .-1-^*1^ ' ',.',. Boulders, £7.'3s . ...V'|' ,r. .. '.'.''.. ' . ?, '..'.,?,':' Coolgardies, 65s Gd? ,-, ;; ?.„.?.] ?-.« V. ., ., .United Scotchman, con.^'lls'Gd:-fT', ? '' ? - Block 45;'JL5s:3i-.'' '-fvv--;-''i ??:-,..: ??-': Golden Zone, con.!;7s'5d, paid Ss 9d ?'? ' : - Mount Bensgri,--9s'5(l-.'' .'V'-'*'-' :''': ' '?'; Rose.ahd' 'Shamrock*, 2fs:6d [ ' ''' ' ' '.'_'. '' . - Three Colonies Exteii'ded/-l8 10J1 '' ': 'J ' Reefer's Eareka. con. 8s 9«I- , - Haunan's Reward Norfch,'33 8.1 . {\ , ,, , '- Brown Hill Junction. -2s-2(l'

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Telegraphic. NEW SOUTH WALES. SENSATIONAL DIVORCE SUIT BRIBERY BY THE PETITIONER. THE SUIT DISMISSED. Sydney, Nov.17. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 18 November 1895

[?] NEW SOUTH WALES. ' SEN S ATI0NAL DIVORCE SUIT BRIBERY BY THE PETITIONERS THE SUIT DISMISSED..'- V Sydney, Nov. 17., A divorce suit, Paterson v. Pater son , in which the wife s-- ought for a judicial separation from her . husband, has been occupying the attention of, tlipi courts for the past wejek. : - A- sensation was caused at its terminalion _ yesterday when a p ivate detective named Cdoke; eugaged by the petitioner to watch Paterson, handed in. a letter, he had received from Mrs Paterson. This was T?ead in coui-t, and 'the 'folio wins1' is -'an extract : ' Could. yori not get someone, into his office ; try and think of some, « one ; have you no woman you could enga- e to lead him on. I would not mind giving a bonus of £20 after :, the. case is over.' 'W hen this was i ead the. ? petitioner's counsel withdrew, from the case. His Honor then dismissed the,, petitioner's suit, with' costs. .'?.-' ' ( ' ;,-

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NEW ZEALAND. A BANK MANAGER SUICIDES. SUFFERS FROM AN INTERNAL COMPLAINT. AUCKLAND, NOV. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 18 November 1895

NEW ZEALAND _, : A BANK MANAGER'SUIOIDES.. SUFFERS FROM AN INTERNAL complaint.' - ??'? 'Jl.;y : . Auckland';'' Nt-v. 16. E. ? ? W. Lowling, : manager 'of the Bank of New Zealand^at.Moira^shot himself through the head, yesterday. The deceased ' was suffering from an internal complaint- and was 'in great agony. ? .

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Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 18 November 1895

Mining Notes. (BY OUit MIXING KEPORTJSlt.) Splendid gold has boon struck .at a dcplli' of 1-10 feet, in the Grbssus-jS'o.l'-NurUi'minc. The find was-madq. in crpsscutting. .After 15, i'oct 'of Lair -grade ''orq: : had '^beeii -'passed : through, stone showing 'gold 'very freely all throiigli wjxs met jvith. .'J'his has, been driven through 'for Vor i feefe and tlic'-'facc is still , exlromely rich. , -The line adjoins the Croesus Foa the north and^yas secured for an English company for a,' few thousands soriie months ago. ? ? - . . ; Rich gold has'-beeii slruclCoii sinking a shaft on the Australia min e. The formation covers the whole bottom 'of the shh£b and is very rich. The Australia-is one of the Cool gardie blocks. . , -' . ?-..?? Mr, John Ho well,' formerly 'general mana-i ger o£ tlie Broken : -Hill \ mi ne ; has. :gone tot Bellaguiidi, to. inspect some., mines on^ this. ? line olr'countTy.^ ltich b're'irf' still- being raised' from the Golden4iidge,;ftnd;ou,-the .adjoining; b...

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A BODY EXHUMED. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 18 November 1895

A BODY EXHUMED. There has been an exhumation- of- tlie body of' Charles Carlson, who died in February last, apparently .from /having eaten putrid fish. The, City Coroner' } has some suspicion that poison had been administered, and the detectives are investigating certain statement's placed before the City Coroner.

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

npHE .UNION BANK OF AUS -L TRALIA, Ltd. A BRANCH of this BANK Is now open at KALG00RL1E (Hannans). The Bank issues drafts on its Branches aucl Agents throughout the Colonies and transacts all usual Banking BuBi ness. 9. tflNLAYSON, General Manager. WP STERN AUSTRALIAN BANK Established 1841. ' Head Office: PERTH; - Branches at Bjeverltsy .Bunbuky - BuSSliLTOX CoOUtAKDIE Cue Dosgaka FeEMAXTLE GeuAIjDTON* Bay .Dawn Kalgooklie Newcastle Northam ' Southern -Cross White Feather Tonic. Menzies. ESPERAKCE Agents in : Lqnjjox, Adelaide, Melbourxe, Sydney, and all the Australian Colonies. This Bank issues drafts on all its Agents and Branches, purchases gold or receives its fov consignment and makes advances, against it, and transacts all banking business. II. D. HOLMES, General Manager. Q T A B L E S. KALGOORLIE LIYERY, LETTING and BAIT STABLES. Horses and Traps For Hire. Good Yards and Stabling. Telegrams attended to Promptly. Horses and Traps for Sale. Bran, Oats, Chaff* and. Compressed Fe...

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

ALEX. MATHESON & CO. HUNT STREET, COOLGARDIE, '- -: .SOLE AGENTS IN W.A. FOR :.r.Z'. '?'?'?'-*:, .. ' ? ;.'._? ? -;?.'._?.. - :'?--? HORNSBY-ACKROYD OlL ENGINES, lipfl in use at Bayley's Reward Mine. Caird & Rayner's Condensers, now in use at the Hampton Plains, Schram's Prospecting Rock Drills, now in use at Coolgardie. National Explosives Co 's Dynamite, now in use everywhere. Sandycroft Foundry Company, sup plied the Brown Hill machinery. KALGMrLIE . TOWN BLOCKS ;-/;; WANTED. .:- -:r.V:V V. THE.:. ;.: = ;'?.'? ;'U T ONDON and WE STERN AUSTRALIAN IN'V ESTMENT CO MP AN Y, LIMITED Are willing to pay Cash for KALGOORLIE TOWN BLOCKS. '.' properties bought and sold, loans on freeholds negotiated, Apply to - ALEX. MATHESON &?'? Co , Hunt Street, Coolgardie, Attornies for the Company in W.A. 7 THE T ONDON and WESTERN AUSTRALIAN EXPLORATION COMPANY' LIMITED PAY CASH . , - ? AT 1 . ANY TIME Fob - ? i ? ? ? PROVED MINING PROPERTIES. Apply to ? - \ * ALEX. MATHESON &a...

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THE Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, NOV. 18TH, 1895? [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 18 November 1895

— T H E — Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, NOV. IStii, 1895, ' Knowledge is power,' is a Baconian adage that everywhere ?- finds t acceptance5, and has become 'a - universal : pro verb, 'as it expresses a universal truth.;-' Though the chief aim of : those whose' fortune1 'or otherwise it is ,tb residp upon-.these. gold '.fields '.is -to dig .frp.m the bowels of the earth 'the precious metal whichhas become a world-wide measure of value, as \vqllas one of the principal ^mediums. ?o|: exchange, -it^needs.not a' philosopher ' to arrive-_at ,the ; conclusion .?''. that , the ac- ? ciuisitionvof Svcaltli'is not.tlic. sole aiui or the only enjoyment ^lat-'Iife ,affoi;ds.. 'Now that theysettlcment[of Kalgoorlie is beepming' permanent . and the town is ' assuming thp.prop(ortion8.o&an important centre,' it' will be Aviso in those- who intend' !t6 reside licrc for mauv.Years to come to reflect somewhat onVthe desirability of ?establishing the, comforts and means, of eujoym...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 18 November 1895

MAIL NOTICES. Mails close at Hannan's Post Omce — A supplementary mail for the Australian colonies will close on Monday, ISth Novem ber, at 3. 15 p.m. Mails for the United Kingdom, etc., will close on Wednesday, 20th November, at ,3.15p.m. In each case late letters will be received -. up to 3.45 p.m. on payment of fee (2d). ? Registered mail closes at 2.15 p.m. Special Note. — Foreign and intercolonial money orders should always be obtained before 2 p.m. on the day preceding the departure of the mail by which 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. 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 from 7 to 8 o'clock p.m. Inward mails arrive from Perth, Coolgav die, etc., at 11.30 a.m. Delivery by letter carrier as soon as possible afterwards. Outward mails for Perth, Coolgardie, etc., will close a...

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The Premier's Visit. MEETING OF RECEPTION COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 19 November 1895

The Premier's Visit. MEETING OF HECEPTIOX COMMITTEE. - The members oL the committee formed for making arrangements iu.conneetion. with tjic reception and entertainment- of the Premier (Sir John Forrest), met on Monday evening, tho Mayor (Mr John 'Wilson), presiding over a large attendance. The Mayor suggested that the town clerk should formulate a synop sis of the -resolutions carried at the various meetings 'of the committee, as at present they were disorganized. An apology for absence was received from iu.r ii. a. vamen. wno expressed ins wjumg ness to fall ir, with, whatever, was. decided upon by the committee. The chairman then read the first motion recorded, which vras, that of, Mr Jcphson, in reference to drawing ' thb'Premier's attention to the water supply. An objection was made that a motion passed should in no way Le amended. Mr Pilkington pointed out'that it would be perfectly in order to add to the minute moved by Mr Jephson. He moved ' That the matter be brought under t...

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The Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 19 November 1895

The Municipal Election. ' Thc-poUing.iu connection with the 'election fov auditors took place at the Town Clerk's office between the hoiivs of :11 a-.m. and 7 p.m. As Mr. Nethevcott was unopposed for the vacancy caused by the retirement oV Mr. S. K. Ward, there-was no/election for Councillor. Messrs ,Biddlc and Jack were elected auditors, tho former by a majority of 30 aud the latter by a majority of 20. Mr! T. Hail1 was the qthcr candidate.

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Broad Arrow. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 19 November 1895

Broad Arrow (Fjroji a Correspondent'.) There is a.i'air supply of water hero at the present time, Mr Brown, the local ?hotclkeeper, having a fairly large supply always on hand. - ?: f - - ' ' The Hill ;End mine; now has six/ head of light stamps busy crushing. This mine has given, up 'to' 'dale! 'the best ;returii3 of any mine oii;the W.A. :n'elds, aiuL.shows every, prospect of- continuing, as the body of stone is- widening out at ?flirt Irtwnv Inwilio * ? ' ? . - i Mr Moran, M-.L.A,-ancl party arrived here, yesterday, and the former addressed his constituents on the doings of Par liament during the last two sessions. By- quotations from 'J Hansard,'.' the member justified his actions during the past session. The meeting, on a unani mous vote, expressed its confidence in Mr Moran as' member for the district. . ? 'The'Pakeha, which is the' only mine having a battery besides the Hill End crushing on the field. 'ft obtaining splen did results, averaging oozs. to the ton. This mine has ...

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HIGH CRICKET SCORES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 19 November 1895

HIGH CRICKETSCORES. The. fine weather to-day ; allowed several centuries to be scored in the cricket field. . . , , - :

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VICTORIA. THE ST. ALBANS PROPERTY. MELBOURNE Nov 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 19 November 1895

YICTORIA. THE ST. ALBANS PROPERTY. ?'?' ? s' Melbourne^ Nov. 17. , Much .comment- has Leen caused over Mr/Wilson's bargain in securing 'the .St. Albans Estate' again for £24,000, after' experts said the property was worth ? £40,000. The syndicate are considered lucky to have secured a buyer at all these dull times. Mr Wilson has also bought Carnage at a high figure. He intends sending him to England, either for sale oiHEor . SPVVlfiP' ? The syndicate which own hi rh'-riojw are said to be' willing 'to: take '£7,000 for Trenton. - Mr. Clarence' Wilson/ son of the late Sir, Samuel Wilson, made^a bid for the, horse, , but. the offer was refused, the owners then- wanting £10,000, Ho., declined, to give- that price. Mr W. R. Wilson is now likely to 'secure Trenton for a much Smaller sum.- The horse' is a perfect '' vHiite elephant' in Victoria : at 'present, whilst the risk of taking him to Eng land .is »grcat.- '' ! I-' \: - '-! J

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Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 19 November 1895

Mining Notes. (BY OUR illXIXG EEP0BTEU.) The Lake View crnshinsr for the past fort night was as follows : Stone treated 151 tons, yielding i53ozs. This is exactly 3ozs. per ton and may be regarded as a very fair yield. The battery was running equal to .*.',? days. Mr. H. Shand has secured for flotation a group of mines at the 'While Feather, in cluding-! he Golconda. on wliioli a great deal of work, has been done and a lot oE gold Avon, the Sons of England, fairly developed, and »m-- t V.-11U111 o j. Amu. j t is . jiuuiKieu to sent I them to London for notation. In sinking a wir.sso below the 100 feet level of Hannan's Howard mino, a change similar to that met wj(h in llio'Grcal, Boulder lias been experienced. The soft decomposed porphyry has given place (0 grey quartz, which is richer than the other lode material' The winze is down ..10 Eoob. or l.'5.(J feet fro'in ? tho surface. Mr. J, Fulton; well known in minin'- circles at Hannans, has succeeded in sellin° the Black Prince Nort...

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CONSTABLE ATTACKED IN TA TRAIN. THE MISCREANTS ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 19 November 1895

CONSTABLE ATTACKED IN A : TRAIN. THE MISCREANTS ESCAPE. ' A murderous assault w.is committed upon a constable named Healy yester day. .'He 'was proceeding from Cowra in_ charge 'of : a German 'find an aboriginal,1 '' who had been ' committed for -trial' at the :1 Cowra -session's When the 'train'' was between Man dumh and Carcoar, the Wo prisoners, wuu mm a\ luenuy supped muir irons, set upon .the constable. -. Upon the arrival of the train ab Carcoar, the constable' was found' in .the -carriage' more dead than alive.' ' The prisoners effected their escape, taking with them £29 aud Healy's revolver. Ti.ey arc still at large., , Uealy was taken to the Carcoar hospital, and is now in a pre carious condition.

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Miners' Deputation. REQUESTS. TO THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Miner — 19 November 1895

Miners' Deputation. RE QUE STS TO THE PREMIEE. The following ..is ;a list of the wants Avhich wyihcii; submitted;. .to the Premier rby a deputation ? of! ijmiiiers who will wait 611. .Sir John \Fo'rrest on his arrival in iKalgoorlievi--r-\' -J .;^: To the Premier. '^-~ The Hon. Sir John Forrest, K. CM. G. Hon. Sir,— We, the miners of Kalgoorlie, beg to ask the Government of Western Australia through you the following privi leges — . . ' _ 1. That a piece of land be set apart foe the purpose of residence areas in some suit able place and not; far away from the centres of employment. That the said piece of land be used for residential purposes only and that no business whatever be allowed to be carried on ou the said land. 2. No man to be allowed more than one- -^ half acre of land, and all improvements erected thereon to belong to the occupier. 3. That a miner's right renewable annually be a sufficient qualification to enable the occupier or occupiers to hold the land in perpetuity. ...

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