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MARBLE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

MARBLE BAR. It is reported that a prosjieetor nampd Barnes obtained a pound weight of gold from a gully near the point of the Black l{«nge, ill (he vicinity of Sharks, where some six years ago, a (urge quantity of the ftreeious metal was found. Barnes and lis mate are now working on a leader that has been discovered in this locality, and whirli promises well The Augusta mine has been let on a two months' ttiliute to P. Mack ay and party. A prospecting area has tieen pegged nut at the rear of the Ironclad by a co operative parly of miners. Already there are about 10 tons of stone at grass, and this from appearances should average lieiween two and three ounces per ton. The reef which seems to be altogether distinct from the Ironclad lodes looks well, j and everything augurs for the success of the enterprise. ' We are informed that arrangements have nearly been completed for the erec tion of n small battery on Fnrrington's Bcwnrd claim. We understand the battery at present on McPltee's...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Queensland. BRISBANE, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

Queensland. Brisbane, August 30. A number of Queensland raiMe inocu lated for the tick few are said to be doing well, and are fattening.

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YANDICOOGINA. BAMBOO CREEK, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

YANDICOOGINA. (fbom otte Bamboo Ckkek cobresfoxdf.nt) Ba-MIioo Cref.k, August 31. Mr. A. H. Fomt, mHtingcr of the Uncle Tom and oilier lenses at Yanrfieongina, re }K>rls the main rhalt in the ITnde Tom is dow n 175 feet, and that wnler lias just l»een struck owing to which sinking lias hid to be abandoned Some splenriid stone wa* gone through for atxoit 2<t feet, carrying more gold tlian any in the higher levels. Driving is to be continued «>n the water level. The present drive is in 65 feet on the reef and about 2 feet of reef is visible at the end of the drive, carrj'ing good g ild, which can he seen hi the stone with (lie naked eye. About 55 ions of good stone is lying at grass. On Messrs. StreMon and O'Brien's leasp, the Eastern. a straight shaft has been snnk in which the reef was met at « depth of ten feet. The shaft is now down al*>ut 25 feet, and exposes a fine looking lode aliout 3 feet wide showing gold throughout all the stone. The reef is a 6troug one...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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South Australia. ADELAIDE, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

South Australia. Adklaidk, August 26. Mr. W. F. Rud&U, who had charge of one of the Calvert search parties, was welcomed on his return to Adelaide yesterday. In the South Australian Legislative Council yesterday, Mr. Warren sule mitted a motion in favour of the con struction of the proposed trans-Aus tralian railway on the land gr&ut principle. In Adelaide, yesterday, a caipenter named A. R. Nixon staMied his wife and one Addison, a well known surveyor and chairman of the South Australian State IBank. A shoemaker's knife was used, nnd such injuries were inflicted on the -woman that she is not expected to recover. August 30. The estate of the late Sir Henry Avres, Adelaide, was sworn at under £226,000. August 30. According roan estimate niadr hy Mr. Feiiton, Acting Government Statist of Victoria, the population of Australasia, including Tasmania and New Zealand, at June 30 last, was 4.362,738. A girl named Edith Coleman com mitted suicide liecause her mother would not...

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MARBLE BAR PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

MARBLE BAB PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. . ^ roeeh'ne of the committee of the Marble Bar Progress Association was held at laltcrxulls Booms last Saturday nigl t, McDonald occupying the chair. ilte minutes of the previous meeting were re.id and confirmed, sundry 'orres poudence attended to, and a small account owing the secretary for telegrams, etc., passed for payment. A lithograph of the coast line and country inland for some distance there from. but which did net inrl de Fort Heduind, was received from the Land*; Department, with a reqnest that the com mittee define the area wanted as a reserve for teamsters and the travelling public ai that port. Another map was received from the Lanas Department for the purpose of "miking 'he site which tlie committee de sired proclaimed and set apart for the local cemetery. After this had been done and the map returned, tlw head of the Lands Department, would bring the question of a grant for fencing the cemetery in, under the notice of the proper auth...

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Victoria. MELBOURNE, August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

Victoria. Mklbouknk, August 24. Langland's foundry iu M«dU»un>e has Im-n closed for want of capital, two hundred uieu l»eing thrown out of work.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

Kotfee, 17 i> bepeby notified, foj- general infor. . .^intjqn, ^ (faat ni. .fn^ipe Safes by -Auction of GoldlfeldK Town l|CiUno talus. be allowed fop improveuieu's effected «n unregistered twp lots, GEO. THBOSSELL, Com mi ssfencr of Crown buuls, SEGULATION 102a, Beom^r <br Qosta on Appli cations for Porfeiture of! . Gold-mining Le^s^s, Ac, Department of Mines, 1st July. 1897. SIS Excellency the Governor in Exeentire Council, under the powers eonferred upon Iiim by Section 09 of the Goldfields let (59 Vic„ No. 4>l), has been pleased to make a new Begula? tion, No. lUSi, as hereander set forth, to come iota force on the 1st qf .August j ^pexi. -• " E- H- WITTENOQM, Minister for Mines. 1. No application for forfeiture of a lease ord&im or authorised holding shall be reeeired or entertained unless at> Oompinied by a deposit oF as a security for payment of the fees of Court, and KUCll costs and amends as. may be awarded on the bearing of the application to. be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

—THE Pilbarra Goldfield News. IViUFAid w«j Ehdt? at irtrUe Bar, in the Pilbarra GoldficldL Contains all (Jtc latent and most reliable information «nn>rniojr Mining in the PrflwiT* 6oidfieid, iarladine the centres of Marble Bar, Bamboo ftwi, Nuliagiae, Western Shan, North Shan. Taia bonrrah, Nnrfh Pole, and Yandicoogina. Team of SoBscsnrro* t* Advaxck : C*«d per quarter; 13a half-year; £1 5s year. AoTKBtravG Bars r 4« per inch prr insertion; applications for gold-mtautg leases. £t 4# f.H- tvrn inser tirms. Bates for the insertion of adver tisements for three month* or a longer period may be Lad on application. Asestb: Ernest R. James (Adrertisement Jlprnt), "Morning Herald " Office, Perth Watson Jk Geyer. Boebonrne A- E. A. Haste, Bamboo Creek. Wilfred Jackson, Western Shaw fi- P. Lynrb, Nnllagioe 6- Hedley, Condon By Ann all subscriptions or advertise ■rent* for insertion in the Pimiakba Goxsnszs News ail I be r* reived. Leap Year Inn. Charles Basskit, Proprietor. OOD Accommodati...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

LOCAL AND GENERAL. fioKEODBSS Nrws.—One Roelmurne correspondent telegmph»-d us «s follows on the 2nd inst.:—The quarter sessions opi-ned yesterday, Messrs. Juo. Brock inuu (Government Resideiit) and Geo. Alex Tefe, J.P., presiding. The only case on -the calendar was one in which Patrick J. Ueaylen was charged with the manslaughter of an aboriginal native named Donald at Thouingaiithc, on Muudahullaugana station, on March 2 last. The jury acquitted the accused* without leaving the t>ox. PoLICK CouBT.—Frederick J. Maher was yesterday fined JE1 fur using bad language in the billiard room ot the Marble Bar. Ffotel. Constable Ford, who laid the information, when giving evidence, wishing to show plainly that the words complained of were not communicated in a whisper, said they could be heard across vthe street, if n'-cessary. The "if neceS-sary" is not had. It is decidedly a j*>lioema>t's way of looking at things. He might have completed the sentence, and said "if necessary to en...

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FRANCE AND RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

between France Jwd-SiifiBW, mirrored in onr ^b^vs^^nll ncft ^liolstnUthe world at large as a very, significant circumstance. The cordial recep tion extended the Erenoh President on his recent visit to St. Petersburg, and the rumoured consummation of a treaty for offensive and defensive purpiBes, poiut to the fact that some seciet understanding lias been ar rived aif by these tiro (lowers ; and hs tV>ta cau only be for their mutual Btrgraudiseuieut, the Czar's declara tion that M. Felix Faure'e visit to Hussia makes for the continued peace of Eumpe is suiuewhat paradoxical. The feeling of amity that" has been existing betweeu France and Kussia for some time past' has heeu ce mented, mid time only cau reveal what the alliance between these two great nations port cuds, though, coming so soon after the jubilee celebrations in London, it seems as if the one were the outcome of the other, and were inteuded gs a coiiutei blast to the recent displays in Fugland. it is a curious and compl...

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INTERCOLONIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] New South Wales. SYDNEY, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

INTERCOLONIAL. [BVTELBGBA.PH.] 2Tew South. Wales. Sydney, August 25. A verdict of wilful murd'T has l«een returned against the al•original native Larry for the murder, on the Bogan River, of another al»origiiial, named Dick. The Court of Marine Enquiry has inquired into the wreck of the mission steamer Meda in June last near New Guinea, and find that the captain made an error of judgment. By the advice of the officers of the Australian lai>our federation, the miners who went out recently on strike at Burwood colliery, Newcastle have, with the conseut of the mine owners, resumed work.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

TERRIBLE ACCIDENT AT HOBART. THE PATIENT SENT OVER TO SYDNEY HOSPITAL. Ad fices to hand convt-y the news of a terrible accident Laving liefcllen a well kiion n and higfily esteemed resident of Ho' art The unfortunate suBi-rer lias, as the result of Iter mishap, l»fii afflicted with locomotor ataxia, an affliction that has in the past the skill of the ablest physicinus. and lieen pronounced hy them as incurable. Mrs. Nellie Denver, who now resides at Count<-ss Cottage, Double Day (Sydney), was kind enough to grant an interview to our reporter, .who called to investigate her case, and narrated her experience as follows:— " At-out six years ago. when residing in Ho1«art, Tasmania, I had the mis fortune to meet with a serious accident, which I sul«sequi-ntly discovered had seriously injured my spine, although, strange to say, I felt no ill-effects for aliout two years after. I then com menced to sutler from great weakness and dizziness and an intuieiable feeling of exhaustion...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN. GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

BRITISH AND FOREIGN. GENERAL NEWS. London, August 22. Mr. John Lowles and Sir J. H. Somers Vine have sailed for Australia for the purpose of consulting the colonies na the proposed mining exhibition in London. Reports from New York state that Japan is seeking to strengthen her pro test against the annexation of Hawaii by the United States, by a proposal for the submission to arbitration of the dis pute as to the right of Japanese immi grants to freely land at Hawaii. Three American tourists have been drowned at Niagara through a mis managed boat being drawn over the: Cataract. Mr. W. H. Cooke, Secretary to the | Shippiug Association, has written letter to the *' Times," declaring that the New Zealand Shipping Act indicts a moral wrong and material injury upon all British shipowners trading with the colony. The price of bread in Paris has risen Id per lib loaf, and tlitre is great ex citeinent owing to the scarcity of grain. Chief Justioo Way is consulting Mr. Herkoiuer, 11. A., resp...

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THE SOUDAN CAMPAIGN. LONDON, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

THE SOUDAN CAMPAIGN. Lohdov,'August 25. The erpedition to the Soudan has been eaccessfa] in siukiav a fresh water well in the desert between Wady Ekl(a aud Aba Haroed. Aagust 27. . One of the .gunboats attached to the expedition to. the Soodau has reached Aba flamed. The new wells which have been sank in the desert.between Wady Haifa and Ahn Hatned are yielding a good supply of water.

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SOUTH AFRICA. LONDON, August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

SOUTH AFRICA. I#ovdov. Angus t 24. A very rich diamond mine has heen discovered at Winbarg, in the ; Orange Free State. A heated, debate occurred in the j Transvaal Volksraad on the subject of Mr. . Chamberlain's opposition to wards the proposal to submit any disputes arisiug between Great Britain and the Transvaal respectful the interpretation of the terms of the London convention of 1884 to arbitration. One section of the Legislature denied Great Britain's saserainty over the South African Republic. The judicial dispute in the Trans vaal has been settled, the authority 1 *»d independence of the judges being firmly established. Angnst 29. The Transvaal Kasd has fixed the salaries of members of the Legisla ture at {2,200 per annum.

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THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. [BY CABLE.] COLONEL LASSETTER'S POST PRANDIAL EFFORTS. LONDON, August 24 [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. [bit cable.] COLONEL LASSEITER'S POST PRANDIAL EFFORTS. London, August 24 Colonel Lassetter, speaking at a luncheon given to the New South Wales mounted rifles, at Sheffield, said the German and American manufacturers could not compete with Sheffield. He confessed, the foreign competitors for colnuial trade, were, always ready to consult the wishes of their customers. Colonel Lassetter in the course of a speech delivered at Manchester advised the directors of the ship Canal, and the Australian wool producers to combine, with a view of securing a direct shipping service b<'tween Austnilia and Man chester, and so. save the Loudou com missions and railway carriage. The members of the New South Wales mounted rifles are visiting Manchester, and dined on Saturday with the Lord Mayor. They subsequently inspected the ship Canal.

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THE SITUATION IN INDIA. FIGHTING ON THE FRONTIER. TROOPS CONCENTRATING. LONDON, August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

The Situation in India. FIGHTING ON THE FRONTIER. TROOPS CONCENTRATING. Lokdoh, August 24. General Sir Biudou Blood has re ceived the araiB ot the rebellious tribestnen in the Swat VaUey, and alm tokem of submission from the rel^toiu leaders. ii^ports from Simla state that two j fotte in the Khyber Pass have been ! attacked by rebel tribesmen. The. Atneer has written a letter to j the 'Governmenti 'in •which -he dis-j claims all responsibility for the pre- ] eent rising*'tend blames the fanatical Mollahs. Anpnst 25. Port Hand, on .the Indian frontier, has been captured by the rebels. The Rairiaon had to retire, thirty men being- killed. Two other forts in the neighbourhood are now snr-j rounded, and it considered doubtful | whSier the relief force sent can arrive In time. j .When the Mahommedans recently! ^le .British post at Chad-, baknrvthey burned "the sacred books. m Ihe iSikb temple, aud the Sikh popnlation throughout the Punjmb| Hre highly indignant at their action. General El...

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GAOL-BREAKING AT ROEBOURNE. TWO NATIVE CRIMINALS ESCAPE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) ROEBOURNE, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

GAOL-BRE.VKIXG AT UOEBOGIiXE. TWO NATIVE CRIMINALS ESCAPE. (Bf TKLBGBAPH.) [fBOM OUR OM CJBKESFOXDSXr} Roebourxk, Acumst 28. Early this miming tin? aboriginal native Cockroach, who only on Monday liiit was nente iced to penal servitude for lit teen years for causing the death of his wo na «, by Iweaking her neck, together with anoth t native, successfully ejected an escape from the Rouiiourue gn'A When wardi»rs Dwyi-r and Kirk OTteuel the door of the cell in which Cockroach, Manilla. Jimmy, and Robert were imprisoned, awaiting orders, for :heir tvinoval to Etottnest,' there to serve their respective sentences, the three former rushed them, and Cockroach and M&rintia succe»-d--d in g-tting away from tlm precincts of the ga d ; but Jimmy was captured l»y warder Dwyer, wlio, after a desperate struggle outside the cell, suc ceeded in overcoming his assailant and lodging him in anoth r cell Warder Kirk, in the meantime, pur sued th- fugitives, and managed to get hold of Marniba's...

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LAND SETTLEMENT IN WESTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

LAND 8ETTLEMENT IN WEST II ALIA. We have received from the Lands De partment a brochure entitled "The Land Selectors* Guide to the Crown Lands of Western Instralia," which is fall of use ful information respecting land selection under the regulations and the Homestead Acts. With a view of attracting general attention to the. exceedingly easy terms upon which a working man may acquire a home and fair sised block of land, the De partment are placing these pamphlets at every railway station and post office throughout the colony for free distribu tion. Though Mr. Throssell lias been Ministerial head of the Lands Department but a few months, he lias brought about many changes for the better, and has in fused into those under him some of his own exuberant energy. The strenuous efforts thai are continually being put forward to induce land settlement, are meeting frith considerable success, and aa information similar to that contained in the work under notice becomes more widely disseminate...

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SPORTING. [BY TELEGRAPH]. FOOTBALL. PERTH, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

SPORTING. £bx TKLKORAJPh], " P001BALL. Perth. Aoeust SO. Coolparfie beat Kalgoorlie at football on t*imd«y last for tlie gold fields cham pionship. The match between West Perth and Fremaulle on Saturday I ant, resulted in a draw, t)u> n-Fjcciirr total* I eing 4. goals 12 behindfi anil 4 goals 3 behind*.

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