YUNDAMINDERA, YUNDA'MINDERA, Nov. a2. On Sunday evening, tihe 5th inst., a very successful concert was gwen in the local A.W.A. Hall to show prac tical sympathy with Mr. Harry Camp in his unfortunate accident, which oc curred at Edjudina about a month ago, and resulted in the loss of one of his hands. The following performers are deserving of praise :--Misses Mill bank and Moore, and Mrs. Smith and Messrs. Branson, Florey, Steip, Man ton, and Spiers. The entertainment concluded with a farce, in which Miss Mioore and 'Messrs. Branson and Moore acquitted themselves most cre ditably. Ar... Thomas Norburn acted as secretary ' to the movement, and had the satisfaction of announcing that..the proceeds would amount to 4!I 5s. On the xoth inst., at the local police court, an Italian named Gabriele, who bad been arrested by Constable O'Connor the previous evening, was charged before Messrs. McFarlane and Cormack with assaulting a woman named 'Mrs. Alice Harris- by striking her on the face with a bottle and causing a very ugly wound. He was fined /5 and expenses; in default, one month's imprisonment. The fine was paid. The Public Works Department has just completed the erection of a new windmill, overhead tank, etc., on the Government well at Yundamindera, and it is a boon that is fully appreciat ed by residents. The work has been carried out in a thoroughly substan- tial way. The windmill is new and up to date. The tank, which is of 10,000 gallon capacity, has a dust-proof cover, and is on a fine sawn jarrah stand, with convenient piping and fittings. The whole reflects great cre dit on the supervisor, Mr. Jones. The mining outlook so far as Day Dawn is concerned is (accordin'2 to the local paper) decidedly an encouraging one. During . the past '12 monThs a considerable ainount of work has been done on the Rubicon, East Fingall, and K nsella properties, and, thotgh a good deal still remains to be ac complished, there is little reason to fear for the ultimate result. ' The re cent developments on the Creme d'Or are also extremely satisfactory, while a number of smaller shows are being worked with every hope of success in the future. It is pleasing to note, too, that the attention of mnining specula tors is being turned towards the Mur chison fields, for, in the past, they have suffered somewhat from neglect in this particular.