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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 March 1897

GENERAL NEWS. London, March 4. Miss Ada Ward, an actress Well known throughout the Australian colonies, and who has been touring the English provinces with a dra matic combination, has joined the Salvation Army. When interviewed, Miss Ward stated that on the fifth of January last she visited a Salva tion Army barracks, and whilst there something touched her ; upon looking up, she saw the figure of onr Lord distinctly. She subsequently went to the penitent form, and decided to work with the Army for the future. She was dismissed from the company, and has cancelled all her engagements. London, March 9. The British Government is con templating the urgency of an in crease of Imperial officers in the troops stationed in Sonth Africa. Osman Digna has summoned to Berber over 25,000 "Dervishes. The New York newspapers are nnanimons in their approval of McKinley's views, with reference to the Anglo-American treaty. The King of Benin, West Africa, who fled upon the occupation of his capital c...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
NORTH SHAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 March 1897

NORTH SHAW. From Mr. Angus McKinnon. who re turned from this place on Monday last, we learn that the majority of the mines there situated are under exemption, as owing to the impossibility of getting stone crushed, leaseholders cannot afford to incur a heavy expenditure with no immediate prospect of return. How ever, when the Creinorne, more generally known as the Eldorado bat tery, gets fairly going, it is believed it will l»e available for public crushing and in that case a tremendous impetus will be given to North Shaw mining, whilst it is pi esnmcd other claims, in addition to those already pegged out and par tially developed, inay be taken up. . The battery now in course of erection for the proprietors of the Cremorno mine will, it is expected, be completed in about two months. All hands in con nection with this property are busily engaged thereon, but the difficulty is now owing to a scarcity of clay from which to manufacture the bricks neces sary for the work. This is a matte...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
YANDICOOGINA. YANDICOOGINA, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 March 1897

YANDICOOGINA. (fbosi ope own cobbesfondest). Yakdicoogina, March 2. i lie developments in connection with the leases held by the Uncle Tom Syndi cate, and under the management of Mr. A. H. Pontt, are far exceeding expecta tions. The main shaft is now down some 30 feet, with the reef, carrying good gold, still increasing in width. Owing to the splendid rains there is now an abundance of water hereabouts.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TRANSVAAL RAID. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 March 1897

THE TRANSVAAL RAID. Under cross-examination on Fri day last, at the resumed sitting of Transvaal Raid Committee, Mr. Cecil Rhodes stated lie liad sold the Chartered Company's shares to finance the first Matabele war, aud had also provided £25,000 towards the constnction of a transcontinental telegraph line. He had paid fines in connection with the Transvaal Raid amounting to £500.

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TELEGRAMS BRITISH AND FOREIGN. [BY CABLE] THE SITUATION IN CRETE. LONDON, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 March 1897

TELEGRAMS BRITISH AND FOREIGN. [bt cablk] THE SITUATION IN CRETE. London, March 4. The Powers have notified the Porte that the gradual withdrawal of troops from Crete is necessary until the Turkey—European Convention have settled the details of a scheme which has been agreed upon for the future administration of the island. The Sultan now claims that the Governor-General of Crete, under any scheme of administrative reform that may be sought to be initiated, shall be an Ottoman subject. One hundred thousand Garibal dians are prepared to assist Greece if war should break out between that | power aud Turkey. j Lohdox. March 9. j The crisis in Eastern Europe has ! reached an acute. stage. Thei Powers have addressed anotheri joint note to Greece, and stated1 their irrevocable decision not to i shrink from any measures of! compulsion if the Greek troops and ships were not recalled within 1 six days. Greece has despatched a reply to the Powers' ultimatum which is not reassuring. The con te...

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BAMBOO CREEK. BAMBOO CREEK, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 March 1897

BAMBOO CREEK. (fbom oub own cohrkspoxdest.) Bamboo Crkek, Mareli "J. Nothing worth reporting has trans pired here in the mining world during the past week. The machinery that was expected for the Bulletin has not yet arrived, and, owing ta the recent rains, may be delayed several days.

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MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 March 1897

MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR. Steady Work is being done on all local mines, but no startling developments can be recorded. The Augusta battery continued during the week, treating stone from that property with two of the mills running. The Stray Shot cleaned up on Saturday night last, but will resume crushing next week on behalf of several private leaseholders. On Wednesday last another parcel of stone from the Eldorado mine, at the North Shaw, was brought into Marble Bar for treatment at the Stray" Shot battery. On the Shamrock and True Blue leases stoping from the backs is still in progress. The stone taken out lias every indication of maintaining its gold bearing reputation when submitted to the arbitrament of the stampers. The Ironclad battery, which has been purchased by Mr. L. Parker, of Bauiltoo Creek, on lx:half of his company, is about to be carted to that place, the teamsters for the purpose being now in Marble Bar, We trust {h^ battery may bring butter fortune to...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JUST—IN—TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 March 1897

JUST—IN-TIME. The manager of the Just-in-Timc Gold Mines, Lid. (Mr. Jno. Angove) is about to have a trial crushing of sonic 25 tons brought into Marble Bar for treatment at the Stray Shot battery. The stone, we learn from outside sources, is likely to pan out well when submitted to the test of the stampers ; at any rate, the energetic manager lias our best wishes that it may do so. Another trial crashing from a pro tection area held by Farrington, is also to be conveyed thither for treatment at the same battery. This stone is some what similar to that obtained from the mine mentioned above, both being a conglomerate, bnt what this is likely to average per ton, or whether it will pay to crush in large quantities, are ques tions that can only be settled when the stampers have done their work upon it. A few miners arc working alluvial around the Just-in-tine, and though a seven penny-weight piece was found by one the other day, no startling finds can be recorded. Seeing this place was ...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 March 1897

. ..THE. . . PILBARRA GOLDFIELD NEWS Published every Friday at Marble Bar. Pilbarra Gold field, North-West Australia. The only organ of public opinion in the extensive ajid rising district comprised within the limits of the Pi Ibarra Goldfield. Though only in its third issue, this journal has more than doubled its circulation, and the numbers of subscri bers are every day on the increase. Every issue contains voluminous budgets of mining and general news relatiug to this district, whilst at great expense is also published the latest telegraphic intelligence, including Interproviucial, Intercolonial, and Home and Foreign. With the large and rapidly increasing circulation, and appealing to nearly the whole of the mining population of these fields, the Pilbarra Goldfield News is a most advantageous ADVERTISING MEDIUM, And is especially suitable as such for all importers or manu facturers of mining machinery and other similar requirements, for which there is upon this goldfield a steady...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NULLAGINE. NULLAGINE, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 March 1897

XULLAGINE. (FEOil OUE OWX COBBESPOXDENT). Nuluglse, March 4. On the Great Eastern the main shaft has been put down a further depth of 20ft during the fortnight, the total number of feet from the surface being 70. At the bottom of this shaft the reef is 3ft wide, and shows gold freely. It is anticipated that in another 20ft a copious supply of water will be struck. The Day Dawn lease looks well. At the 80-ft level driving has been carried on to the south-west for a further distance along the course of the reef, the work accomplished "for the fortnight being 14ft. The reef here is 2ft wide and shows fair gold. At the same level the north drive has also been pushed along another 6ft, following the main lode, which is 2ft wide, and there, again, coarse gold in fair quantity is visible in the stone. On the Golden Promise, two men have been driving along the conglomerate lode to the east and west. This lode, which is 3ft. wide, prospects about l£o7. to the ton. At Beaton's Hill one man is...

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

Moore & McDonald, COACH AND WAGGON BUILDERS, ^telferig^ts anb ^ = - =: (Seneral coitdoit. WAGGONS. COACHES, and any oilier class of light or lieary vehicle built to order on any design. Well-seasoned Timber Used. If. & McD. trust, by turning out first class worlt, combined villi strength and d irabiiity, to merit the patronage of the general pubic. HORSE SHOEING. KEPAIBS EXECUTED ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE. 61 . ..THE... PILBARRA GOLDFIELD NEWS. 'Published, every Friday at Marble Farm Pilbarra Gold field, North-West Australia. The only organ of public opinion in the extensive and rising district comprised within, the limits of the Pilbarra Goldfield. Though only in its third issue, this journal has more than doubled its circulation, and the numbers of subscri bers are every day on the increase. Every issue contains voluminous budgets of mining and general news relating to this district, whilst at great expense is also published the latest telegraphic intelligence, includ...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. PORT HEDLAND. [TO THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 March 1897

CORRESPONDENCE. PORT HEDLAND. [to the editor.] Sin,—Will you kindly allow me space io your valuable columns for a few re marks 1 Port Hedland is situated about 100 miles east of Cossack, and will be the port for all the principal gold field centres, viz: Nullagine, Marble Bar, Bamboo Creek, Western Shaw, Tam '•ourrali, and many others now develop ing into prominence; also will be the port for shipping stock from the Eastern squatters ; and probably where the works for cold storage will lie established in the event of Port Samson proving a failure. Cold storage would menu the salvation of the squatters' interests, and is the only means of supplying prime meats by which we could cope with the Eastern colonies. The ovcrlaud stock rontc plan will l>e a failure, as it takes so loug to deliver stock, aud then only in store condition. It is some time since Commander Dawson surveyed Port Hedland, and surely his report and soundings are made known to the Government. What ore our represent...

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ROCKET EXPLOSION. ONE MAN KILLED, MANY HURT. BISHOP EEILY INJURED. [BY TELEGRAPH.l PERTH March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 March 1897

ROCKET EXPLOSION. ONE MAN KILLED, MANY HURT. BISHOP EEILY INJURED. [BY TELEGHAPfl.l Febtu March 10. An accident of a most remarkable J character happened on board the I steamer Macgregor whilst that vessel j was lying at Brewer yesterday. She had passed that place about midday, but owing to the heavy seas, her cap tain decided to pot back into Bremer Bay for shelter. The vessel reached that place all light, and as the captain wished to communicate with the shore, in order to send word to Esperance and Albany explaining the cause of the ship's detention, it was decided to sig nal by means of rockets. One rocket was fired, but it partly failed, and fell to the starboard side, near the ship. The captain, thinking this was caused by a faulty missile, fired another from the socket on a seat forward. That rocket rose to only about one-third of its proper height, and then fell on deck with a tremendous report. A group of the passengers and crew, including Bishop Reily, were standing aft, a...

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

A. T. Staabridge, AUCTIONEER, STOCK. STATION, A GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, Mining Agent, Sharebroker, and LEGAL MANAGER, Roebonrne. Draught and Saddle Horses for Sale. Heavy Stocks of Harness and Saddlery kept up. Ageut for the New Zealand Insur ance Co. All kinds of risks undertaken. Special Goldfields Rates on application. HORSE SALES held every FllIDAY, at II o'clock, at liis yards. Sole Agent for ltobt. Smith's Harness and Saddlery. 6 From Marble Bar to Condon in Two Days. It. BFCKLAND J^EGS to intimate to tlie travelling public tliat lie lias established a Regular Coaching Service between Marble Bar and Condon, and will conrcy passengers over the through journey in two days. Coach leaves Marble Bar every Monday, returning from Condon every Friday. For Fares and Carriage apply to Mc Donald, Fisher, & Co., Marble Bar, or Sydney Hedley, Condon. 42 Filbarra Q-oldfield. DOGS. DOGS. DOGS. ALL OWNERS of DOGS are warned that if before the 1st day of APRIL nevt tlicy do not take ...

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SPORTING. THE TURF. V.A.T.C. MARCH MEETING. MELBOURNE, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 March 1897

SPORTING. THE TURF. Y.A.T.C. MARCH MEETING. Melboceve, March 15 The annual March meeting of the ; Y.A.T.C. was held at Caulheld on Satur day last. The weather was delightful, and there was a good attendance, consequently the receipts were some £100 in excess of the amount obtained from the correspond ing raees lield last year. Th« following were the results :— Ff.debal Stakes. Six furlongs." W- It. Wilson's Majestic, by Trenton— Bonnie llosctte,2 yrs, 8st (Morrison) 1 F. Murray's Vindictive, 8st 10lb (Cunningham) ... ... ... ... 1 D. Small's Straitlijoy, 7st Plb(Holines) 3 Other starters—Choke bore, Hymctlus, Titbcradge, llupce. St. Kilda Cpp S. Miller's Miss Gladstone, by States man—Fair Lassie, 4 yrs, 7sL 71b (Carson) ... ... ... ... 1 3f. Carmondy's Sun bury, 7st 51b (Thomas) ... ... 2 F. Fountain's Mirat-leux, 7st 101b (Nurlhy) ... 3 Otlicr starters—Lillitli, Clive, Laundress, Kxcel, Ph*rnmond, Orient, Mora, Areloce. Trentina, Qualify, Hose, Noble, Trent, Solicitude, Lord Brasse...

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THE PUBLIC HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 March 1897

THE PUBLIC HEALTH. The maintenance of a high standard of public health must be zi matter of very great mouieut to all residents of goldfields towns, and this, we fear, is a question which is too often allowed to reniaiu in abeyance in such places, uutil au epidemic of typhoid fever, or sonic other scourge j manifests itself. In this article we do not propose to castigate anyone, nor any particular locality, we merely write in a spirit of geulle re miuder, that uuless these things are always closely attended to, nature will exact a fearful retribution for I her outraged laws. In the tow us such as Marble liar, aud other prin cipal ceutres, much, no doubt, is done towards preserving the health i of the citizens tbeieiu resident, but as tiuie goes on, the supervision is apt to become lax, aud it is against auy possibility of such occurring that we must guard. That public latriues should be provided at all places where numbers of people have gathered together and established themselves ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TALGA. TALGA, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 March 1897

TALGA. Talga, March 11. The question of placing machinery on the Star of the North remains still, so far as the public are concerned, a query. Mr. Tredinnick, who, I understand, has succeeded Mr. Kingsmill in the general management of the rniues held by this company, is expected to visit Taiga in a few days, and it is generally believed that everything will depend upon his report. If such be the case, local people feel assured that in a very short space of time we shall have the pleasure and profit of seeing this splendid mine in full swing and with a goodly number of men employed on her. All who know anything of this property are unanimous in proclaiming it to be of the first degree, and say she will give handsome returns, the stone being exceedingly rich in the precious metal. We do not, .it is true, know very much about this com pany's mines, the rule with them being, apparently, to say little and do much, as has already l>een evidenced by the amount of work done and money exp...

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THE COMING BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 March 1897

TUB COMING BATTLE. It u expected that about the middle of May next, the general elections will take place and con sequently thiscolouy will very shortly be plunged into the turmoil of an election campaign, and once again will it devolve upon the electors of Western Australia to choose the men who shall make the laws, and attend to the administration of the public business for another three years. By our telegrams it will he seeu that the Premier should, by this time, have aunouueed to the people at large from Buubnry, the policy to be adopted by liis Govern ment, should the latter be returned with a workiug "majority to the Legislative Assembly. In a future issue we shall deal with Sir John's speech, but for the present we con fine our attention to the considera tion of a few reasons why the suffragees of this electorate should early weigh the mattei-s that will later on be promulgated throughout this district hy the various candi dates, uud after careful thought, come to some decis...

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JUST-IN-TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 March 1897

JUST-IN-TIME. Two prospectors named F. Hodges and S. Tiudall, who have been working near llie properties under the manage ment of Mr. Jno. Angove at the Just in Time, having succeeded in shifting a large body of mullock which had l>ecn deposited by a company that formerly held an adjacent claim, are awaiting the arrival of a dry-blower prior to giving the dirt a good trial. These men have succeeded in making expenses until they decided to do the dead work mentioned above, and as another prospector named Hartigan had found fair gold right up to this mullock heap, it is presumed more is to be found among the dirt beneath.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 March 1897

LOCAL AND GENERAL. OfFXCtAts En Touh.— The Wnrden (Mr. Axel Ostlund) nnd Mr. A. F. Smith (Engineer for the Water Supply D« partment) left the Bar on Monday afternoon last, on a visit to Bamboo Creek. Neiv Mining Registrar for Nulla gine.— Mr. F. Walsh, of the Mines Department, left heie on Saturday last by the mail coach, en route for Nulla gine, where lie will relieve Mr. Gerald Horgan, the Mining Registrar, who ! proceeds South on account of continued ill health. Business Change at Bamboo Creek. —It is currently reported that the well known Mt. Prophecy Hotel, Bamboo Creek, at present owned by Mr. H. O. Coppin, is likely to change hands. Negotiations are, it is stated, pending be tween the latter gentleman and Messrs. Walker Finucane, now of Taiga. Pout Hehland Causeway. — By reference to an advertisement in another column, it will he seen that tlie time for receiving tenders for the construction of the Port Hedlaud causeway, on the road from that place to Marlle Bar, has hren ext...

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