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SYDNEY TATTERSALL'S RACES. SYDNEY, August 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

SYDNEY TATfKIi.SALL'S liACKS. isiTDNBr. All "list 16 'the following were Hie result* of Tattersall's Wiuter Meeting on Saturday last;— Tbawaxs Hahdicap.—Six furlongs. Bine Vest ... ... ... 1 JWnipe 2 Admonition ... 3 Eighteen started. Won by a length. Time Xmtn. Sojsec. August Hakdicap.—Seren furlongs. Standart ... ... ... 1 Austialian ... ... ... 2 Betting—3 to 1 against the winner Titue liiiin. 31 sec. Haxpdbb Sr*SEs.—Jvine furlong*. An iherite ... ... ... 1 Sewnidis ... ... ... 2 Coil ... ... ... 3 Bel ting.--3 to 1 against the winner. Time 2inin. Weltes Haxzmcap. Candour ... .. ... 1 Ail Diamonds ... ... ... 2 Volador ... ... ... 3 Betting—20 to 1 against the winner. Time Imin. 34|*ec. SfBiKO Handicap.—miles. Bond ford ... ... ... I Sit reefer 2 Trauip ... ... ... 3 Bettine—20 to 1 against the winner Time 3min. UJsec.

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V.R.C. MEETING. MELBOURNE, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

VJI.C. MEETING. MFLBorBKE. AnpTiKt23. The following were tiic resulin of the V.R.C. meeting on Saturday last:— IIakdicap Hcedlk Rack. NoraGreina — ... 1 Intairanee ... ... 2 Charon ... ~. — 3 Snow Handicap. Iiidj Hoc4i ... — ... 1 Bine Blood m. ... 2. Campaign 3 Hamhcaf SrrrrucHABE. Nipper ... ... ... 1 IVreril ... ... 2 Flat Iron ... .. — 3 Acgcst Habdicaf. Trent — ... 1 Dreamland ... — ... 2 Idona ... -- ... 3 Fourteen started. Belling—6 lo 1 Mnii* and Dreamland ; 6 to 1 Trent. Wen in a ran It. Thskb akd For a Yea* Old Basoxaf Kfeuriue ... ... ... 1 hiiKtre — 2 Honeton ... — ... 2 Weiibe HaKIiICAF. jjh. ... ... ... i Wild Raren ... ... ... 2 Nudity ... ... — 3

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V.A.T.C. GRAND NATIONAL MEETING. MELBOURNE, August 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

V.A.T.C. GHASD NATIONAL UEKT1KG. Mblsoukke. Angusi 16 The V.A.T-C.Grand National Meeting was concluded at Catdfield on Saturday, the weather being diuveij and the at tend gnre moderate. The results were as Mows:— Hubdlc Hack. Bell Metal. 9st 8ll», (Leak) ... 1 Cobalt,9st Alls. {CTiiderwood) ... 2 &'lrer Linm, 9st 81b, (Quitianr) ... 3 Thirteen started. Betting 40 to 1 Bell Metai.and 6 to I Blitz. Won by half a length. Tune 3min. 12sec. Oma Pun. - Here, 8st lOlh, (Pearson) ... 1 Cronsladt. 8-t,(({os.-) . 2 Maibia,8st. ^Griffiths) ... ... S Other starter* — jjcuirnant, Clieralier, Hon, Blue Blond, Ro-ebery, Vid.Snajvshot,1 hoco ffolia. Senate and Dosrry. ih tiing : £ to 1 Cmnstadt. Won by two lengths. Tunelmin gjsee. Oka Pdbse. Warrake, (Red fern) ... ... 1 Hugene. (Major) 2 Al<ra, (Lewis) - ... ... 3 Other starters—I>anube, *iriel, Spindrift,' Prodigal, Shannon, Robin, Luster end Vanity. Belting—3 to 1 Warrake. S to 1 Kwne. Won by tuo lengths ia lmin. ~ GIUND NA...

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SPORTING. [BY TELEGRAPH.] THE TURF. A.R.C. GRAND NATIONAL MEETING. ADELAIDE, August 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

SPOUTING. —♦ : Jet TEixours]. THE *UJKF. A.1LC. GRAND NATIONAL MKETJN3. Adixatdk, AngtiRt is. The second dij'i raring in connection 1 wiii tlif. virand Aaiioiul Meeting, ou ilie | old Adelaide course, (i«ik jilire «>n iatur day. thrrr being a luge attendance. The following were the results::— isEtiXKG Rack.—Six fndongs. . djiemir Strm, 6st 1Kb (■' be.ipnrd) 1 Btoe. 7*T lOlb, {Rodi^u t) ... 3 Welshman, 7at lUlb {i«. Wood} ... 3 Twelve started, tlie rare lieing won easily. Time ltnin ISJim. Dividend £9 19s. Becssd HrrbLE Race.—Two miles. Ensign, 94 tOlh. (Barr) ... I . Wirnawa. IO*t 21b (Ferry) 5! Albany Queen, 9it, (Mr^mn) ... 3 Seven started. Time 4auo. Stes. Divi dend £9 18 Mayor's Mxdk. Nadkora, 7st 41b. (Matthews) ... 1 Treuiallto, €st 12U>, (Maiion) ... 2 Antarctic, 7*4 31 h, (Crawford) ... 3 Sine started. Time lmin. 4?*ecs. Divi dend£7 be. GRAND NATIONAL STKEPLK ; k-' ' ' i CHASE"—Three miles. 'Tbe Trojan. lOstllli. (Ferry) ... 1 IXL. 7«t 4ll>, (Mt€oir»n) ... 2 Stockin...

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ROEBOURNE NEWS. (BY TELEGRAPH). ROEBOURNE, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

ROEBOURXE NEWS. (tY TELEGRAPH). (fbom ovb own cohbkspoxdekt.) Roeboornk, August 26. ' A miner named William Campbell met with a shocking accident nt To« - runna on Tuesday morning last. He was preparing a charge of dynamite in one of the mines, and while pricking a foul detonator with a piece of wood it exploded, shattering his hands fright fully, the thumb and three fingers of the right hand and the middle finger of the left hand almost completely. The patieut was brought into the. local hospital, wIn re Bis wounds were dressed by Dr. Hicks. He is now doing as well as could be expected. Mr. J. H. Johnson, landlord of the RoeUiurne Hotel, fJl down a cellar on Tuesday night, receiving a cut on the hack of the head, sprained wrist, and a severe shaking. One of the servants at the hot*! had left the ceUar door open, and Johnston, in the dark, came out of his office on to the verandah and wulktd down the opening. The police court was occupied yester day with the hearing of u charge of l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

A HINT TO YOUNG FOLK. THEY ARE APT TO BE CARE LESS WHERE HEALTH IS CONCERNED. A great many people, and especially young people, are too careless of their health. They will sit in a draught when they know they are taking cold, and in numerous other ways show their indifference to the rules that go rem health, realising, sometimes when it is too late, the serious cost of their care ii'ssness. Never neglect an illness, no matter how trivial it may appear. It is to this class of persons that Miss Annie Rauisdell, of Whitehead, N.B., wishes to speak. "In June, 1695,'" she says, '• I contracted a cold, hut did not take anything ior it, thinking that it would soon pass away. J n this, however, I whs disappointed, and I finally realised that it had settled on my lungs, and I was obliged to take to lied. A doctor was callinl in, and he said I was a very sick girl, which truth it is needless to say I had realised before he was sent for. At the outset his medicine helped me somewhat, hut the i...

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NATIVES POISONED. FOUR DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

NATIVES POISONED. FOUR DEATHS. On Sunday evening last Mr. G. D. Brock man, J. P., of Emu Cn ek station, situated uhout twenty five uiiles from here, came into MarMe Bar and reported at the local police station, the circum stances surrounding the deaths of four nativ.s, named George, Freddy, Sally and Dinah, during the preceding twenty i four hours, at that homestead, through 1 partaking of poi oned honey. It appears a kerosene tin that had formerly contained honey, of which a little was left* at the hottoin, had hem invaded by ants, and Mr. Hou'den Brockman in order to destroy them, put in about half a tenspoonful of arsenic The tin was left fastened near the foot of a tree in the vicinage of an ant's nest until Saturday la-t, when it was decided to utilize it as a flower pot. Mr. G. D. Brockman accordingly took it over to the forge where he had l>een working during the day, and did what was necessary for that purpose. When completed, the tin was left on the forge, Mr. Brockman h...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. PERTH, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Pketh, August 22. On Friday night, in »lie Legislative Council, the Minister of Mines laid on the table the regulations made pursuant to section 99 of the Gnldfield.s Act, J*9-V He also gave notice of a Hill to reinstate the Hainault Mine. In n*]ily to Mr. B. S. Haynes, Mr. Wilienooiii stulcd five prisoners had been flogged in the Fremantle gaol during the past year. Mr. A. P. Malheson end Mr. H- G. Parsons gave noLice of Hills to amend the Companies' Aft. Mr. Haynes ridiculed the sending of delegates to Sydney. Mr. J. W. ilackett differed and urged the necessity of the colony being re presented. A long, desultory discussion ensued until the adjournment.

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MINING. MARBLE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

MINING. MARBLE BAR. I Trashing from the Robert Brnre was cleaned up on Snturday last, tiie yield for 3l£ tons hemg 40ozs of smelted gold, or an average of abnit 2i>dwts per ton. The olnim from wbich this parcel was ol>tained is one of those formerly held by the now defnuct Pilbarra United Gold Alining Co. which did not hare even the decency to pay its employees their wages when shutting down, and the chairman of which declared to a mepting of shareholders held in London shortly, before operations were suspended on the mi..es. and when the manager was cabling continually for money to pay liis way, that the directorate had re ceived advices from theicTepresentative in Western Australia that the mines would from thenceforward pay all expenses. No doubt they would had they l>een properly ! opened up. hnt no more fitting testimony J of the folly of so prematurely abandoning | one le**e. st any rate, could he desired | than that a few enterprising miners should j take it tip agai...

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PARLIAMENT. (BY TELEGRAPH). LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. PERTH, August 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

XJARLIAMEKT. (bv teleoeaph). LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Pektit, August 19. j In the Legislative Assembly on Wed nesday, Mr. G. T. Simpson, the niemlcr for GeraUton, started the hall by attack ing the altitude of the federation delegates wit", he said, only wanted to go to Sydney on a pleasure trip. Mr. W. J. George .moved that the pro posed expenditure upon Government Hoc.se for a new ball room was un necessary. The.e was a long debate upon the Address-in-Keply. Mr. P. B- Vosper attacked the Government orer the Fre mantle flogging ease, whilst Mr- Fred. Illingworth and Mr. A. E. Morgans cheer fully reviewed the sins of the Govern ment. The debate was then adjourned. ^ext Wednesday, Mr. George Leake will propose in the Assembly, a motion in favour of (he immediate reduction of the food duties. August 52. In the Assembly, the chief topics dis cussed during the debate on the Address in-lteplv were the Stock Tns, Gorernuient batteries and finnueial matters. The adj uirnmeut of the debate too...

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TAMBOURRAH. TAMBOURRAH, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

TAMBODRRAH. (from OUR OffS cohrkspoxdrnt). Tambopebah, August 25. there is nothing of importance to report dnrirg the past fortnight, all the holdings are being steadily worked, and all, with the exception of the King, raising stone. The rich shoot stilt continues in the Kusb mnltee, and as it has been driren through to something orer twenty feet, it 13 proved to he of run«idet*aMe fcxteut.'The Westerli Shaw battery will probably be started ngain on the 30th and it is hoped we shall 1x5 enabled to arrange for the crushing of some parcels from here. A marking notice is now upon the Yonng Australian, which-will make another work ing holding here in a short time. It is to l>e presamed that the object of the new mining regulation with respect to furnishing returns of crushing is for the purpose of enabling the Government to ascertain the quautiry and value of gold produced in each district and the whole colony, but this object will be defeated by the incompleteness of the regulation ...

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PRESIDENT FAURE VISITS THE CZAR. ANARCHISTIC THREAT. LONDON, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

PRESIDENT FAURE VISITS THE CZAR. ANARCHISTIC THREAT. London, August 20. "Hie President of the Fr«*ueh Republic. M. Felix Fan re, left Paris for St. Petersburg on Wednesday, on a visit to the Czar, taking with him an immense j number of presents. Just after passing ; the Boulevard Magenta a bomb exploded J under h flower stall, and, though no one i was injured, the incident served to recall the words of the assassin of the Spanish Premier (Golli), who a few days ago said M. Faure would l»e the next victim of the anarchists' vengeance. August 21. The French warship Bruix, which was escorting President Faure to Cronstadt, has returned in a disabled condition. The Director of the Paris Municipal Laboratory declares that the Ixmih which exploded in the Boulevard Magenta on Wednesday was an infernal machine, which, hut for a flaw in its ni&uufacture, would have had terrible results.

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BAMBOO CREEK. BAMBOO CREEK, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

BAMBOO CREEK. Bakeoo Ceeee, August 31. The manager of ihe Bamboo Consolidated Gold Mini-s, Mr. T- R. Byass, ii pnshin^ through stone from the Bulletin and other mines under his management, at the •Tu'iilee battery. Already about 50 tona hare been crushed, and this promises to in re a good average. At present only sufficient water is obtainable for 5-head. of stamps, b.it there is every probability of enough water being available next week to keep 10-hend running. Six men are em ployed crosscutting in the well, and the water in the crosscut is increasing every foot. On account of the friable nature of ilie ground it has to be closely timbered throughont. which greatly retards the pro gress of the work. There are about 15H tons of stone at the mill, and it is Mr. Bvass' intention to continue crushing until a parcel of 500 tons has been treated. The machinery is working smoothly, and in every way satisfactorily. At the Bamboo Cop*olidated Mine about (20 inen are employed in the slopes ...

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COLONIAL RIFLEMEN AT HOME. LONDON, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

COLONIAL EIFLEMEN AT HOME. London, August 17. Sergeant Wvlie. of the Victorian Mounted Rifles, obtained c«-» tificates at Aldershob for gymnastics, magazine rifle drill, and maxim gun drill. The New So nth Wales Mounted Rifles have been entertained by Sir Charles Dilke. August 21. On Wednesday night members of the New South Wales Mounted Rifles were entertained at Birmingham by the local 'Volunteers.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL, [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

LOCAL AND GENERAL, Tun Waijokn—The ^arfien," Tllr. Axel Ostlund, leFt Marble Bar Saturday last for Ban.U>o Creek, re turning to town o<i Wednesday. ' Police Movements.—Sergeant John McCarthy returned to the Bnr on Wednesday last from Bamltoo Creek, which substation he had been visiting. The Engineer for Water Supply.— Mr. A. F. Smith, Engineer for Water Supply, left Port Hedlaud on Saturday last for Cossack. Another Constable for Nullagine. —P.c. G. M. Farrell arrived at Marble Bar on Saturday last front Perth, and proceeded on his way to Nullagine by coach the same day. He will remain at that station, which is now in charge of Constable E. J. Spry. j~. Tenders.—Tenders are again invtt^ff. in another column for the erection of-a* miners' institute for Marble Bar. They must W in the hands of the Buildin" Committee, Messrs. C. McDonald and* W. H. Cooper, before the 11th inst. From Marble Bab to Perth on a Bicycle.—Mr. Toiu Pepper, u Wt-li kuown cyclist, and who has hcen ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

—THE — Pilbarra Goitlfield News. FtaUidird every Fridir at Marble Bar, in the Klberra Goldfield. Contains »TI (he htert and mmt reliable information concerning Mining in the Pilbarra Goldfield, including the centres of Marble Bar, Bamboo Creek, Nullagine. Western Shaw, North Shaw. Taiu bonrrah. North Pole, and Yandieoogina. Train or SuBficaiFTiog nr Advance: fiafid per quarter; 13s half-year; £1 6a year. Adtebtisiko Bates : 4m per inch per insertion ; applications for gold-mining leases, £1 4b for two inser tions. Hates for the insertion oF adver tisement® for three months or a longer period may be Lad on application. AOKHTS : Ernest B. James (Advertisement Agent), M Morning Herald " Office. Perth Vvat son A Geyer, Boebonrne A. K. A. Haste, Bamboo Creek. Wilfred Jackson, Western SSliaw S. P. Lyndi, Nnllagine S. Hedley, Condon . Br whom all subscriptions or advertise ments fhr insertion in the Pilbiska GotonEU) News will he received. Leap Year Inn. Charles Bassett, Proprietor. aOOD A...

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DISTRICT NEWS. TAMBOURRAH. TAMBOURRAH, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

DISTRICT NEWS. TAMBOURRAH. (fbom OUB own OOBBESPONDEST.) Tahbofbrab, August 25. The chief constructor of telegraphs (Mr. McKeuzie), was here on Saturday last and states that he hopes to have the erection of the extension from Pilbarra completed in two months time, which will be an unmixed blessing for us poor exiles of the back-blocks. A public ne.-ting was held on Fridny evening which unanimously authorised the chairman (Mr. .lackson) to urgently appeal to the Minister for a station at this place. This was done through the kindness of Air. AIi-Kenaie who promised to wire the message on Monday. It was suggested tnat the present terminus of this extension should i be atTiunl-oiirrali, and the Western £?-haw i lie connected by menus of a telephone. Mr ' MeK.e117.ie npproved of the siiggesiion, as it j would Berve the interests and convenience j of both places and save the cost of blind ing and staff at the Inner, a large con sideration. he not feeling justified, on nr- j count of the ...

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WARDEN'S COURT. MARBLE BAR, AUGUST 26. (Before Mr. Axel Ostlund, Warden). [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

WARDEN'S COURT. MARBLE BAR, AUGUST 26. {Before Mr. Axel Ostlond, Warden). William Cummings applied for one i month's exemption on leases Nos. 249/> 250, and 386. named respectively the Lady Beatrice, Uncle Tom, and Cyclone, ell situated at Ynndicoogina. The applicant stated he was attorney for the Uncle Tom Syndicate, which, iK'ing short of funds, required time to raise money. The ground bad i«*en worked since the beginning of DeceinWr last, through the holidays, to the present time. There was payable stone avail able, lmt no l«attery by which it cnuld be crushed. Jt was the intention of the j syndicate to endeavour to form a com pany with sufficient capital to erect machinery. It would not pay to cat t the stone either to Marble Bar or Bamboo Creek. It was his intention to apply for another month's release from i the labour conditions should the one then applied for prove insufficient forthfe' puryose in view. The syndicate during last year were compelled to take ad van-' tage o...

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THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. [BY CABLE] DISPATCH FROM MR. CHAMBER. LAIN. EULOGISES THE COLONIAL TROOPS. LONDON, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. |BT cable] Dispatch f«om me. chamber. LAIN. EULOGISES THE COLONIAL TKOOPS. LoND'iN, August 17. Mr. 3. Chamberlain Las sent a dispatch to all the colonial Governments. He says he cannot let the opportunity pass without expressing his gratification at the pn-sence of the Her Majesty's colonial forces at home. Tliey attracted universal admiration hy their good conduct, soldierly hearing, and cheerful conformation to the rules of regular barrack life. He hopes the efl«-ct on lwth Kingdom and dependencies w ill he good and permanent, and concludes hy hoping the colonials will carry awav many happy memories of their visit to England, and that their stay has provi-d agreeable and instructive. He feels confident (hat in years to come it will l<e a source of pride and satisfaction to thein that they were able to take part in such an historic and magnificent de monstration. August 21 It is intended at the earliest possible occasion to despatch a contingent of r...

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RETURN OF SIR JOHN FORREST. THE RECEPTION FESTIVITIES. PERTH, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

RETURN OF SIR JOHN FORREST. THE DECEPTION FESTIVITIES. Pketh. August 17. The R.M.S. Himalaya was sighted from Leeuwin lighthouse yi-sterday evening, and it was calculated the steamer would pass that point at 6.30. August 19. The Premier, Sir John Forrest, arrived at Albany in the R.M.S. Himalaya on Wednesday. Both he and Lady Forrest were in the best of health, and received a hearty welcome from the mayor, councillors, and leading residents at n reception held in the town hall, which was decorated. fL'ir John was inter viewed by representatives of !»o«h the Perth daily papers, and gave a reassur ing account of the affairs of the colony in London. He expressed pleasure nt j his trip and nt his magnificent reception j in Loudon, l*ing everywhere received with unfailing courtesy and friendly feeling. The jubilee procpssiou and reviews were, he stated, an experience of a lifetime. On his arrival in Perth at 9 o'clock yesterday morning Sir John Forrest was accorded n great reception nt t...

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