IT will be a long time, in all probability, before a more curious petition is presented to the Legislative Assembly than the one which was read on the motion of Mr. ...Article : 1,466 words
For some time negotiation[?] [?] been going forward between the Government and the contractor with the view, in the first place, of hastening the date of completion of ...Article : 278 words
The following returns have been received by the Lands Department from the Mount Eliza Co.'s tin mine, near Roebourne:—From 1st June to 31st December, 1892, 36 tons ...Article : 50 words
About 50 Victorian miners who booked from Melbourne to Fremantle by the s.s. Adelaide en route to Coolgardie, and arrived at Albany on Tuesday last, decided to ...Article : 146 words
Mr. David Lindsay, the well-known Australian explorer, who was the leader of the Eider exploring expedition, has resolved to undertake a system of camel trains to the [?]gardie ...Article : 1,463 words
The machinery for the Day Dawn mine, comprising a 20-head battery, has been despatched to Cu[?]. Twenty-nine teams are employed in carting it. A report has reached ...Article : 95 words
Another rush has occurred at a place close to Nundamurrah Pool, about 55 miles from Geraldton, on the Greenough River. A number of navvies have deserted the works ...Article : 125 words
Mr. E. E. Nesbit, local director of the above company, has received the following telegram from Captain Oats, the mine manager:—"Crushed 530 tons during ...Article : 44 words
Mr. Hills, the legal manager of the above company, has handed us the result of the last fortnight's crushing at the mine, which is as follows:—550 tons crushed, yielding ...Article : 36 words
With regard to the water supply at Coolgardie we learn that Mr. Rollo, who is engaged at present in boring operations under contract at Southern Cross, will be ...Article : 114 words
The Albany Advertiser of the 11th inst, says:—Messrs. Hogarth, Woods and Price, who left here three months ago on a prospecting trip of the Bremer Range district, ...Article : 277 words
Southern Cross, 12th August.—I commensed sinking the main shaft again, on Friday morning, for the extra three feet, which will then make it 240 feet deep. I set ...Article : 897 words
Our Parker's Range correspondent, writing under date, the 12th inst., reports:— For the third time con[?]tively, the Parker's mail arrived a little before ...Article : 179 words
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