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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 February 1897

Goldflelds Herniations under the Ooldflelds Act of 1895. Department oF Mioe*, Perth, 19lh December, 189G. HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council ha* been pleased to make the following amendments and additions to the Goldfields Regulations, on and after the l»t day of January, 1897 1 - The whole of Clause 5. page 63, to be omitted, and the following Clause sub stituted iu place thereof — "5. Any miner shall he entitled to " mark off a Protection Area, in size " as follows : — 1 If diitant over one " mile and under "three miles from "the nearest boun " dary of iidjt other •' Protection krea, "or authorised " holding produ cing gold at the " time of marking " off the Protection ft. ft. "Area ... ... 700 x 8d0 If distant three " miles, and under " five miles ... 800 x 800 If distant fire miles "andover 1000 x 1000 And every such prospecting area " shall, front ana nfier the third " day of marking, be efficiently " and continuously worked." 2. The following sub-clause shall be ...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LOCAL COURT. MARBLE BAR. FEBRUARY 3. (Before Mr. Axel Ostlund, R.M., and Mr. C. A. V. Butler, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 February 1897

JjOCAL court. MARBLE BAR. FEBRUARY 3. (Before Mr. Axel Ostlund, R.M., and Mr. C. A. V. Butler, J.P.) H. Obbobn A- Co. v. Clins. Allison ; judgment summons. No appearance of I defendant. Order for commitment for 40 days to l»e issued if amount due be j not paid by next court day. I Edwd. Braithwnite v. \V. H. Con nelly ; clahn for £37 Os 8d, trust money. No appearance of either party. Case adjourned to next court day. | Purser A Co. v. Chas. A. James; claim for-£8 lis 3d, balance of account for goods sold and delivered. No ap pearance of defendant. Judgment for plaintiff for the full amount claimed with costs 14s. Mnllett A Eley V. J. Dower ; claim foi £3 9s 8d. Case adjourned to next court day, on the application of plain tiffs. H. Osl»orn A Co. v. C. A. James ; claim for £21 5s 7d, for goods sold and delivered. No appearance of defendant. Judgment for plaintiffs for the full amount with costs £1 8s 6d James Isdell v. M. H. Burke. This was an action brought by plaintiff for ejectmen...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PILBARRA ROADS BOARD [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 February 1897

PILBARRA ROADS BOARD Tin? regular quarterly meeting of the nliove lioard was held on the 1st inst. Present: Mr. J. M. Rounsevell (chair uian), Dr. Kix, and Mr. A. K. Elliott. Tiie minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Mr. A. Eley, the newly-elected mem ber, took his seat. The following accounts were passed for payment: Aff. Royer £16 14s 5d, J. M. Walker £12, printing and nd vcrfcising, £2 7s, Secretary £6 18s 8d. Tlie tender of Grant, Anderson, and Edgar fur keeping the DeGrey crossing in repair was accepted at £5. The secretary was instructed to write to tlw Under Secretary for Public Works pointing out that there is an officer stationed at Marble Bar for the superintendence of water supply, and that the l-oard had already enough to undertake in attending to the main tenance of roads within its district. Correspondence on the opening up of the new toad from Sandy Creek towards Nullagiue was received, hut ordered to lie held over pendiug a full meeting of the hoa...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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CONDON. [BY TELEGRAPH.] CONDON, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 February 1897

CON DON. [BP TKLEGKAPH.j (fbou a cobkkkpondent.) Comx»', February 19. The weather continues dry, and not the sligliest sign of the drought breaking up. Paxtornlixts and tcamx ters are anxiously looking forward to the advent of rain, as their stork arc in very poor couditian. It is feared that niauy horses and rattle will die if we do not soon hare a copious downfall. A great many prognosticate a dry season, hut as w'e have had raiu all round us, and none registered here since March last. I do not think Condon will he left out iu the cold. Quite a nnmberof goldGelds visitors arc at Condon, including Dr. ftix, Inspector Drcwry, Mr. Mackenzie-, and several business gentlemen, fiom the liar and Bamboo. Inspector Drcwry, accompanied by Mrs. Drcwry, arrived here on Wednes day last. They leave for Boebourne via Boodarie in a few days. Mr. W. A- Urquliart, postmaster, having received instructions of his being trans ferred to La Grange Bay, will proceed to that place early in April. His succ...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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TELEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. [BY CABLE] LONDON, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 February 1897

TELEGRAMS BRITISH. AND FOREIGN. LEV CABLE J Ixinuox, February 9. The man Butler alia:; Harwuod, who was suspected of having1 com mitted a number of murders iu New South Wales, was arrested at San Francisco on arrival of the steel, fonr masted barque Swanliilda, 2150 tons, from Newcastle (N.S.W.) He was arrested under an extradition war rant granted by the United States Government nt the request of tho British Government. The New South Wales officers, to whom the arrest was entrusted were Detective. McHattie and Constable Couroy, who went direct to San Francisco while Detective Roche proceeded to London for the international extra dition warrant before proceeding to San Francisco. When the Swanliilda reached Golden Gate, the detectives, who had been cruising al>out, were at once taken on board. They searched the vessel and soon arrested Butler, who was taken on shore and locked up pending the formal pro ceedings in connection with the ex tradition. When prisoner is extra dited he ...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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BAMBOO CREEK. [BY TELEGRAPH.] BAMBOO CREEK, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 February 1897

BAMBOO CREEK. [Br TELEGEiFH.] (fBOH OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT-^ BiMBeo Cbkkk. Februanr 15* An arrident fortunately attended with no ivrimu remits, occurred to one of tlie most respected renilen(8 of Bamlton Creelc, to wit, Mr. C- A. V- BnLler. Whilst that gentleman was exercising ou a lib. and proceeding at a good pace, on the 12th inst, the niarliino. through some inex plicable cause. tilted orer, with the result that the rider quietly eame to Mother Karth. Serrnil persons witnessed lh« accident, and at first it was feared that Mr. Butler had sustained serious injury, hot beyond a severe shaking and a few ; rats and bruise*, we are glad to state that he escaped unhurt, and a few days* rest will, it is hoped, restore him to his usual solF. Ken has been rcreirrd fro u Mr. Hodgaor. anent the stiirli for the missing memh -re of GalrcrtV exploring party. The horse party sent out, by him in charge of Messrs J. Cqnnaughtoo and Lindsay Henty has returned to Bunning Water, 10 met above Brocade ...

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INTERCOLONIAL. NEW SOUTH WALES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, February 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 February 1897

nrafEBBdtoKiAL. . -J,Ui " TA i I,? ^r.\n HEW SOOTH WALES. >-.0 ! Sr»RCT, February 14. ? During thecoorso «f u.u interview, Lord fifiaSsey «atd be thought (be Bill of the 1891 Convention w as a good 1 asis for the Convention about to be elected. ri He "thoaght- the f.o*T«- in financial ar« rangemeats required adjusting, but did -^ot f«bdipuld-i« carried * mm 'i^ewaTOtveniiuaia^He lielit-ved federation should only be for the purpose of dnidiqg ^^nste for uiutual defence. The first matter re quiring attention was the establishment of ji Cnstonis^lJniQD yj'/lltyj^S. H. &«id, Premier of New '-"^fi^h^WsdrejHjsserts tliat the feeling in favour ol federation is growing rapidly in Victoria,and would in every colony^ " uhen the elections were in full swing.

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TAMBOURRAH. TAMBOURRAH, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 February 1897

TAMROUHRAH. (from oqk own oosrkspohdkki). Tikbcukbih, January 13. There hu Ix-en a good rainfall just ■Lout here, (lie rreek liarinjj run mo** than onre, and in consequent* feed is abnndint and slock are lvfinmng to do very well; hut as a rule Tamhnurrali is a poor plarc for feed, though sinre the com pletion of the Government well last year there is no fear of a wafer tamine—an in convenience the oldest inhabitants suffered severely from before then.

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 February 1897

Mkubooknk, February 13. Oa Hite in the j Moorfield Handicap, .Valiant has t«ia 1 sacked for the Newmarket Handicap at' 3000 to 100. liave himsdf placed on the list of regis tered clergymen so that he might he aWiits. At tention having hrcn drawn to the case»*< tajqnirj resnlted in the registration hem" cancelled. a-*- ***■■'»•* •w «*■ *r

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DISTRICT NEWS. TALGA. TALGA, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 February 1897

DISTRICT NEWS. TALGA. (feom or* owk oobbesfosdestt). Tauja. January 27 Seldom, indeed, a summer pa*wR orer the Xrtr'-Wc*t witnout some unfortunate and incautious traveller succumbing to the combined influences of heat and exhaustion, or thirst. Even here «r hare had the melanrholy duty of con signing to a lonely ^nrc a young man, only 22 years of age, named Edward Murphy (a son of Murphy, the well-known and surceraful prospector) alio a week ago left the Taiga to search for his liorsc, which he understood was running in the vicinity of the eight-mile creek. Totally inexperienced, as he was, hating arrived here hut a few weeks back from Mel bourne, of which city he was a native, he started off on foot, and without either food or water. Ko one thought lie could possibly be going further out tbau the river, some two miles away, consequently no one thought of expostulating with him aa to the unwisdom of travelling so sparsely enquipped and to sncli a distance aa the eight-mile creek, wi...

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INTER-PROVINCIAL P[?]RTH, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 February 1897

Jl «Jt ML m XJ. J >» S. INTER-PRO VINCI AI« •>* >* ^ 15. * Sir John Korrest returned from tl.c Kast last night. When intenieved, he said the federation feeling »ns strong in Victoria andSonlii Australia because . those provinces saw it would enable ^YhUtntp -I iwirpw jmonk$r'on 'better'terms - or, si any rate,'ifc vfinld greatly improve1 - their financial position. With sward to "^"ihe-^eWaUtm .Sir; ' ^ sliii: to' jocj iut colonies were doubtful owing to tbe i lectious. J-. m • • J a >; February 17. For some, tiling n rumour bap been current that Mr. A- R. Richardson had tendered liis Qesignatiou as Commissioner of Crown Lands. A statement t wus made ji-sterdaj in official circh-s jthat the rumour was correct, but on enquiry, Sir John Forrest admitted that M.r. Richardson had been speaking of retire ment, and .the step was a Ukely one. | However, tio resignation had yet l»eeii received by His Excel letiey the Governor. Farther, it was doubtful whether Mr. Ricliardsou wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 February 1897

Notice of Application for Goldmining jLease. ■J^TOTICE is hereby giren that I, the -L1 undersigned, bare this day piade application to the Mining Registrar oftho Nullagine District, under the Goldfields Act, 1895, and the R ovulations, forgrouud kiion'D as Grant's Kill South, containing 12 acres, commencing at surrey peg N'o. 389, vrliieh is the datum point; thence sonth soiith-east 8 chains, being the datum line; thence west-south-west 15 chains ; thence north-iiorih-enst 8 chains; thence eaat nnrtli-east 15 chains, tack to datum point; being (lie swriio ground as Lease Ko 54 (now abandoned.) Objections to this application mnsl be lodged with the Mining Registrar, Nulla gine, within 30 days from date hereof. Witness my hand at N'ullagine thlsSth day of February, 1897. JOHN LEAHT. Notice of Application for Goldmining lease. "T^J^OTICE is hereby giren that I, the _L * undersigned, hare this tday made nppliratien to the Mining Registrar of the Nuiiagine District, under the Goldfields ...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 February 1897

MINING. .v . (iQLprjElrf), MARBLE BAR Dismay among tlic miners employed l)y (lie 1'ilbarra UnitedGold Mines, Limited, was ocensioued last week nLru it was announced by the manager dial tiicrc were no funds available to meet the wages due for work performed in the lfejected nud itojecled No. 1 owned by this company, three weeks* wages being then owing ui fonrteeu miners. Immediately the mana ger saw that the company had not provided the necessary capital to nieel the liabilities for wages, the men were acquainted with the position of n&aindand wore 6n llietaincs wait diseontineud. The manager was in consequence vf the com pany's inaction placed in an extremely embarasMiig position. Considering that the company 'lias spent very little of its'pur ported working capital in developing the properties it holds, the gold already won < from them in a large measure assisting in u*yjng,if not clearing the working expenses, Intro1 is room for strong Criticism. Until the Goldl...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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TOWRANNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 February 1897

TOWEANNA. Tlic Yellow Aster mine hns crushed 42 tons of ore for 36oz of i^ota. Sphixtino. — A match has l«een arranged between Thos. Bonis and A. Hodgitts to run a race for J&50 aside, Hodgitts to concede to Barns 3 yards in 150. The date of the event hns J«*en fixed for March 16, and will l>e ran at Marble Bar. Wardf.n'« Cocht.—A judgment for £223 16s lOd was entered against the PilliarraGold Mines, limited, in favour of Mr. A. S Roe, at a sitting of this court held on January 28.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 February 1897

A. T. Staabridge, S AUCTIONEER, TOOK, STATION, A GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, Miuing Agent, Sharcbroker, and LEGAL MANAGER, Roebonrne. Draught and Saddle Horses Tor Sale. Heavy Stocks of Harness aud Saddlery kept up. A«eut for the New Zealand Insur ance Co. AH kinds of risks undertaken. Special Goldfields Rates on application. HORSE SALES held every FItlDAY, at II o'clock, at liis yards. Sole A Rent for lfriht, Smith's Harness and Saddlery. G Application for a Wayside Souse License. To the Worshipful the Jnstires of the I'earc acting in and for the District of Pilbarra, in Western Australia. T HENRY' WILLIAM LOOK, now ^ residing at Woodstock Station, l'illum. in the District of J'iHwrs. do hereby give notice that it is my intention to apply at the next larensing Meeting to U) holdcn for this distriet fur a Wayside House License fur llie sale of Fermented and Spirituous Liquors, in the l.ouar and appurtenances thereauto belonging sit ua ted at Woodstock Station, I'ilharra, and known und...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 February 1897

THE Nor1-West Steam Lighter Co., LIMITED. Coscaok to Condon and Intermediate Porto. THE S.S. CROYDOH (Cm. F. Fbakck) WILL make regular trips from COS SACK to -OONIKIN and vice versa, calling at all INTERMEDIATE TOUTS as inducement offers. First-class accommodation for passengers For freight or passage, apply to GALBRAITH A CO., Agents, Cossack, or TRAINE A RAYNElt, S Condon Agents. Jubilee Hotel, ROEBOUR.NE. H. OSBORN... Proprietor, Hone but the best Wines, Beers, Spirits, and Cordials kept. A well-lighted Billiard Table. Loose Boxes for Racehorses. CaroFul and attentive Ostlers. 5 Leap Year Inn. Charles Bassett, Proprietor. GOD Accommodation for all classes VJT of Visitors. Single Bed Rooms. Firlonrand Bedrooms for families. Good Table kept. Only the Best Brands of Wines, Beers and Spirits kept in stock. BASSETT BROS., Contractors for the Bamboo Greek-Marble Bar. Marble Bar-Condon, and Condon— Roe bourne, and also the II oe bourne Forte sen e Mail Services. ! The Mail Coach leaves ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 February 1897

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Tub Waiidex Kx Touh.— Mr. Ax«! Ostlund, Warden has proceeded to Nullagine to preside over a Warden's court, and to inspect the field. Police Inspection*.—Mr. Inspector Dre.wry has lately iH-en on a visit of in spection of tin-. MnrMe Itar police station, in the ccurse of his tour through tin: Nor'-West district. The Inspector, who is aceonipanii>d hy Mrs. Drewry, left Roehounie on January G and travelled via Mallina, Pilharra, Tainl»ourrahp and Nullagine, inspecting the stations eu route. He has proceeded to Danihoo and will journey to Coudnn via intcr ■ncdiate stations, returning thence to RoeUourue overland. Nci.lagi.ve Diamonds.- - Some time j ago Mr. Alf. Niclmlls forwarded a parcel i of small diamonds to Mr. S. P. Becber, ! late Inspector of Mines in the Piltiarra j and W est Pilbarra Goldlields, for tlie purpose of hai ing them tested. A reply j lias lieen received I>y the Warden from Mr. Beclier, stating that the stones have lieen pronounced true diam...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 February 1897

OURSELVES. The establishment of a newspaper ! <111 a goldfield is usually accepted as I a sure sigu of prosperity mid ad- j vanceinent, and iu placing before our readers, secured and prospective, j the first issue of the L'ii.ba.kr\ Gold fielt) News, subsequent to observiug, in the various mining' towns and townships, ever on the increase, the implicit confidence bestowed iu the faith that a great future lies before the Pilbarra Goldfield, evidenced more directly by the earnest and commendable manner in which the miue-owners are prosecuting opera tions, by the promising character and proved permanency of the reefs, and by the rapidity with which machinery is being imported, we do so sincerely believing that this once neglected section of the colony's gold-bearing and mineral belts ib emerging from the embryo mining stage to gradually assume her posi tion among the most famous of the West Australian Goldfields. One of the main object* for which this journal is brought into...

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WEST PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. WEERIANNA. [BY TELEGRAPH.] ROEBOURNE, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 February 1897

WEST PJLBAHEA GOLDFIELD. "WEEKIANNA. £bv telkgeapuJ fFBOM OtJB onx COBnESPOXDEKT-l Boebouhxr, February 19. The proprietors of Neman's mine at Wftrianns are sending four tons of ore. to Ik* treated at Dry Creek works, by Imnt leaving to-morrow. 4 small parrel of this stone, sent South reeently. assayed at tho rale of llloz« to the ton. A xpleudid specimen is now on view at the Victoria Hotel- It is stated to l»e one of the best crashing samples exhibited in the Jior West.

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BAMBOO CREEK. [BY TELEGRAPH.] BAMBOO CREEK, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 February 1897

BAMBOO CHEEK. [by TF.U.GBAVU-] [fiioii oci: ork cdurekioxdent! Uamboo Ckekk, Fi'lirunry 15. At (lie Bulletin, tin* management» Messrs. T. B. Uyass and T- Cuglcy, are pushing forward the developmental work as speedily ns possililr. and already it is estimated tliat several thousands of tons , of excellent ore is in sight. Mr. Bynss has, we understand, been away to Victoria for several months past, and, as a result of ; his trip, the Bulletin is shortly to be i supplied with extensive machinery, wind | ing and milling plant, 100 tons of which is now lying at Condon or in transit to the mine. When this plant has been erected and working smoothly, big things are expected from this mine, as there is abundance of lodo material to work upon, the quality of which is allowed to be second to none in the Nor'-West. Next in importance to the Bulletin is the Bamboo Queen mine, under the management of Mr. L. Barker, assisted by Mr. W. Dunn. At present a three chain bercd engine shaft ]2ft x 4ft i...

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