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THE GERMAN NAVY. LONDON, Sept. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

THE GERMAN NAVY. Loximjs, Sept. 26. The Ooujgsk Gazette states it is in tended to gradually reconstruct the German navy by expending upon it 6,000,000 marks yearly.

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 — 15 October 1897

lX),CAIi, ANU QE^KLtAL, Pistbict Folice IsspEQroBf— Police In*pector Dreary arrived at Marble Bar yesterday fromKoebourne. , OgEKtva us of Pout Hfdland.—The caaseway contractor* at Port Hcdland, «« well as those engaged upon, the jeity, are making excellent progress with Uteir work,. Betubkfd,—Mr,. TliomaB MallpO,. of Messrs. M njlelfc A. Elej', returfl^d. yester day to. Marble Bar, after a prolonged absence in, the Old Country. Selkkdhj Wa.tf.h ' S ernes at Post 1&eplakp,—A splendid supply of water, has, later advices prose,, been obtained afc Port ihcdland, npd (hough aiightly brack,'sjf is quite good enough for all purposes. The outfipw is equal to 3000 gallons per. day. I<Vve Ookck« PKB.Tow.-We.nre informed (hat a, parcel of ten toug frocn the Victory Ignited, Nullagipe, has yielded 51oz*. of smelted gold,. This stone was taken pro. ntiscunnsly from a large heap at grass, and arcording to oar informant, could not be called a picked crushing. Watkb Supbt.t Bbak...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN. DELIGHTED WITH A DUEL. LONDON, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

BRITISH AND FOREIGN. DELIGHTED WITH A DUEL. Loroos, Septemiier 26. Society is delighted because Of the spirit displayed hy Count Badeni, the Austrian premier, in challenging Hen Wolf, who insulted him in the iieichs rath, to light a duel.

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MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

MINING, fiL.HA RH A, Gt>iiD,FI ELD. MARBLE BAR. Fifty-one- tons from Q/iinn's claim, si North Shaw,. thp Eldorado. West, realised 33o^,s. 17dwl8. Considerable-work has already lieen.done in the direction of oppning up the protec tion area, held ny a cooperative party at the rear of (he Ironclad battery. From the open,cyjt an underlay shaft lias been rompieti«#4 and kv now down. a.bouf Alii, the holders expecting toe tit the reef before long A vertical shaft is also being sunk on the reef and it has reached a depth of over 20Et. XS the lode proves of average quality when encountered ijv these sliafts and opened out to some extent, it is prob able operation's will be pushed ahead on. a mora extensive scale. .Much interest is taken locajly in this venture, as (lie iron clad mine was one concerning tvhick there were many conflicting rumours, aiid it would be tn^usiial order of tilings fur (his co-operative party to establish proof a; it seems from present indication they will, that t...

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THE SOUDAN CAMPAIGN. LONDON, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

THE S(HTDAN CAMPAIGN. hoKDOTS, September 26. Tl» Khalifa is-reported to have mohilieod &S,<R)0 troops at Omdur man, and in Gonserjnenee it is not likely the expedition will advance on Onidarmna until the British rein forcements arrive. September 29, A camp at Merawai, on the Nile, to the east of Dongola, was burned aud considerable saddlery and am munition destroyed. September 30. The Governor of Suakim has started for Kassah. Kas.sala has beer) re-oeded to Egypt by Italy.

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TAMBOURRAH. TAMBOURRAH, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

TAMBOUHRAH. (rcoit OUB OTK CO B B KSPONKT>. TiMuoi.TKBA.fi, October (J. to unaveidaWfe delays and the fact that the battery is only being worked i*me "shift, only about 30 tons of the Ku.»h moltee stone has yet gone through,.leaving some 16 tons to be treated ere the first lot is cleaned up. A. fair yield should result judging from the appearance of the plates. On the World's Fair Cc's. property, Rtoping lias been commenced and timber is being put into the shaft preparatory to sinking further for water- The erection of .the battery is nearly completed, but there is yet much to do besides gptting a supply of water before crushing will start here. At present there are more men at work here than at any former period in the history of Tatnboiirmh, and another lease the " Old Australian," commenced opera tions this week. .. i.The old "K'ng Extended" has been abplted for as a business area and water tfght.and another applicant ]t»s posted Itetire of his intention »e apply for the mime ...

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TURBULENT CAIRENES PUNISHED. September 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

TURBULENT CAlttENES PUNISHED. September SO. Some Egyptians of a village near Cairo, who recently stoned a party of mounted infantry, have been heavily seutenced for the offence.

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A TRESPASS CASE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) CONDON, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

; A TRESPASS CASE. (pz ■EKt.BGBA-PH^ [fbo* ops. oiys oosEraponDEKrl Con Dos, October H. < At?® special1 cQiirt field in <Joi\don on the 6th inst. before Mr.. Ross Andessoiv JJ?.,, Messrs. Giant,; Andersou and. Bdgui: sued1, RoJ'Wt Bucbfavd on accmjM : of the trespass of fo#ir horses, and to recover agistment fees from the date ot their Unpojiudiu". smd also compensation for damage inflicted to a wateihole. Mr- A- W., Kdgar appeared for the plaintiffs, and after considerable evi dence had- been taken, on both sides, the BencU gave a verdict for the plaintiff for JB1 per head for liors> a trespassing 2s. pt-v w;eek per lieud, agistment fees from the date of thpnj being impounded, and 10a drover's fr^s, retching a tot si of £9 5a In consideration of tlie d< lay which was to. a. certain, extent attributable to the plaintiff the Beuch disallowed the claim on account of damage to, the I waferhole.

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AFRICAN AFFAIRS. SOUTH AFRICA. LONDON, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

African Affairs. SOUTH AFRICA, London, September 26. Cattle are so scarce iu Masboua land, that salted oxen in S&lisbnry are realising £55 per bead. [Salted is a term applied to those rattle that art< proof against the Tsetse fly, a small South African dipterous insect, whose bite is generally fatal to tlic florae, tlie ox, or Use dog.]

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TWO NATIVES BREAK CUSTODY. A FUTILE PURSUIT. ABSCONDERS STILL AT LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

TWO NATIVES £B;EAK CUSTODY. A FUTILE PURSUIT. ABSCONDERS STIEL AT WBE.RI Y. Considerable stir was noticeable. in town, oo Tuesday afternoon last when it was known that two, native prisoners had. broken custody and made for the hiljs, going in tin; direction of the I Jig Hdk on the road to the Just in Time. 'llije escapees were named C 'Oim roHg, alias Jimmy, and Moorhung, alias Pilot, respectively, and. had been sentenced. »j.t NulJagi.ue to 12 months imprisonment for raiding miners' camps at the CajpJmt They were-brought to Marble Bar on the 28 th, ult. by Con stable Spry, and have since that time been engaged in various employments about the pu.bli.c-buildings. At the time the aboriginals effected their escape they were-occupied in cleaning up around the hospital under the superintendence of Mtf. W. C". Johns, supervisor of works, and everything seemed secure when that oHicer went a short distance. a,vvay for a few uiiputes. Upon looking out to see how his charges were progressing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

News, *y»J)IijsKed exeij Eriday at Marble- 3hm» in, the J^barra Gjoldfipld. Contains alt the latest a»d most reliable inJorma^pn, conpennipg Mining in tbe {iltena Gold^Mt including Uip ces^eBof ItiirUe ^SlwIboD, Cneelc. Nillagiiic, Western, Sbaw,K.ortb Shav,Tam bonrrnh.Noslb, Bole,. nndYandicoogina., fexuGog SmWHsraoK i* Avvjlxce :■ fi? 6d per quarter; 13* bnlf-year; £1 5s Sear iiJffEWipRGferei:. 4p per inch per in^eriipn,; applications for goldrmining.leans*,. £1 4p foi; two iaser-. tjptns. Bales- few tins insertipn ofedrei; tiaenicnte fo»; three- months on % longer period: max be bad«».appbj3»iipm. AfifaTfBi: Bwipat James (jAd*ertiBement Agent), " Morning Herald" Office,. Walson A Geyec, Boebooroe A-, 2f.A-.fleste, Bamboo. Gceek. Wilfred Jackson, Western, Shaw S- P- Jiynplg Nnllagi»e &. Hpdlry, Condpn, By. adtnm, all! aubecriptttwR 7b*s adrnctise mente for insertion, in, iM Bi*b*ba* OPtPFVKU?. Njswb hs ijew-ixed, ©f asb, WITI* NEA'i'KESS AtfEt DISBATCM And; at the tipw.est...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

^Ibtlat&e Bkamslib Co f tUTTCIi UMI1TO) REGULAR STEAM SERVICE TO NOR'-WEST PORTS. MAIL LINE (under contract to the vest iasttiliiii Goreruuieni}. Iflrw Sates and Tares. Coastal Moii late to and from Frcmantle. FIRST saflinge for Nor-West Ports m voder;— &*. IMUJTOPOMS, (iOWtoubvriliM) LEAVES FREMANTLK for Nor*-West Boris as Far as Derby on SEPTEMBER 24th NEXT. saEEPS^1^1*' b™. «nd COVI SSSm?S/AS^ENGEI1 «nd ^argo olivAMEUS, replete vith every modern convenience, sail regularly (circumstances ferrll\tlia^ from F re man lie. at (east Urrckly (united as often as possible to connect with the u Albany), for— Banbury Hamlin Melbourne "?*; . Albany Sydney Qamdaltrp Adelaide And Queensland Ports. Special Service to Western Australia. B®oaay and acell-resiilated ctnners, M**ddy adapted and fitted for the Stock Carrying Trade, under the Ajikiuidb DTeaaiBsrp Go.'s supervision, run regularly ; hctneen Soutliera P.irts and Nor'-West Fort^ bringing Stock, Corg.i, Eaplosires. and Co...

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MILITARISM RAMPANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

mLfTA.Rj;SH RAKPA^T:. A xpMgga- of the New South. Wales.! Ljuncers—evidently anxious to. express, in a practical.- manner their appreciation at the (mtineut meted out to tivir ! comrades. at the Jubilee. festivities— hare signified their am hit ion to. he per mittedto participate in, thp ^t iling of the rebellion, among the- warlike and handy ctiJ>es, of the north west Indian feHitier, and theiR oflSss of service is being regarded diversely. Soma of the more valiant spirits, seeing that the trouble in Hindustan is aliout over, yet eager for' the roar audi excftemeot of; battle, would like to. go ho the Soudan and: assist in the thrashing of 'Furry Wutzy,' though, what useful purpose they would serve should their quixotic idea be entertained, is somewhat difficult to»«.Ifcistol»e ht>pod.the good sense of the- Botany Bay Parliament will en able it to put a wet blanket upon, the; blood'letting propensities of thrse^at i#ke cavaliers, and thus prevent the possibility of a repetiti...

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BAMBOO CREEK REQUIREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

SAMS.OO GREEK REQUIRE MENTS-. The Government whilst expending fiirge ws of money upon the erec tion, of various public buildings at Marble Bar, as the central, town of this district, have studiously Deflect ed, the many ontlying places, which vie with it in importance, and, which also are entitled, to be supplied with djecent facilities for the carrying on of public business.. In this connec tion Bamboo Creek has beep, com pletely left out in the cold. Not withstanding tha£ there the mining industry is assuming large propor tions,. an.d the various properties are being opened, up on an extensive scale,, whilst the managers of the different companies are energetically pijosecqjting the task of deep, sinking entirely from their own resources, and, without nuy artificial aid.. The pWe is therefore entitled to. an adequate police station with quarters for the constable in charge, and his subordinates, and; also to an, office for the. Deputy-Mining Registrar, Bomewhat in keeping with the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

FOR SALE! FOR SALE 1 or TO LET. A First-class Hotel Property, Situated ot Bamboo Creek, and known as < the M Mount Prophecy Hotel." Replete J frith all conveniences and furnishings. Situated adjacent to the mines and battej^y. Containing Billiard Table and Piano. To go with the Hotel— Horse, Spring-Cart, and Har ness ; also a Welit)f Water. For fuller particulars and terms apply PATTISON FINUCANE, ■ Glencoe Hotel, Taiga Taiga. CAMELS! CAMELS! POR SAUS OR HIRE. PROSPECTORS EQUIPPED. EASY TERMS TO SUIT CLIENrS. Full particulars, apply BOB WALLACE, Seven-Mile Gate, Condon. Traine & Rayner, STOREKEEPERS, Stock, Station, Receiving aud Forwarding, A2tt> General Commission Agents, CONDON (the nearest opened Port to the Goldfields) Goods Merchandise, and Mining Timber and liequisites received and forwarded with the utmost dispatchi Local Agents for the_8-s. CfiOFDON, trading regularly between Condon and Cossack, and Schooner Diamond. Agent for Kealy's Condon-Marble Bar...

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MR. JOHN MORLEY CONDEMNS THE GOVERNMENT POLICY. LONDON, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

MB. JOHN MORLEY CONDEMNS THE GOVERNMENT POIJCY. London, October 2. Mr. John Morley, Liberal M.P. for Montrose Burgh, delivered au important political utterance last night tit Forfar, in Scotland. He condemned the forward policy of the British Government in India, aud also in the Sondau. If that policy he further pursued there would he good reason for a passionate national re monstrance.

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THE EASTERN TROUBLES. DUKE OF SPARTA ON THE LATE WAR. THE CRETAN SITUATION. LONDON, September 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

The Eastern Troubles. DUKI? OF SPARTA ON THE 1.ATK WAK, THE CfiKTAN SITUATION London, September 28. The indignation recently exhibited ; in Athens at the terms of peace is subsiding. The Duke of Sparta has informed ;t«i interviewer that, the Greek Avniy was altogether unprepared for the late war, and was thoroughly lack ing in discipline. He accuses Col. Smoleuski of murderously refusiug his aid in the defence of Domoko. September 29. I The Musselinan Crelaus hare | appealed to the Powers to terminate j the existing state of things iu Crete, j which they assert is unbearable. Mr. John Morley declares Lord Salisbury's eastern policy to he pro ductive of uatioual humiliation. The Admirals in Cretnu waters have frustrated au attempt to laud Turkish troops ou that Island. October 2. M. Street, the new Greek Minister for Finance, will make terms with the old Greek bondholders. It is also auderstood ho will arrange for the early issue of nn iudemuity loan.

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THE TURF. V.A.T.C. SPEING MEETING. AURUM WINS THE GUINEAS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) MELBOURNE, October 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

THE TUBF. V.A-TC- SPEING MEETING. AtTBUM WINS THE GUINEAS. {BY TSU6UIH.) MsuotrssE, October 12. !Hie opening day «F the Victoria Amalear Turf Club's .Spring Meeting on Saturday last elicited a large attendance. An easy Victory was obtained by the Derby lav. annla Aunun, in the Caul field Guineas, the principal event of the day. Following arc details of the racing:— CxcxFiEin Stakes. Coil, 0»l 71b, (Del&ney) ... 1 Key. 7»t61b ... ... Si Ayrshire. 9st Alb 3 Won easily by tea lengths. Timo 1-5&. Fiks* Hrsnua Murdoch, lOst Sib. (Barbonr) 1 Hiruhdo, lOst filb ... ... 3 Insurance, list LUb ... ... 3 Won easily in 3.&CX CAULFIKLD GUINEAS. *• One mile. Aw rum, 9st 61b, (Morrison) ... 1 3"be Hypnotist, 8st 41 b ... 2 Fleet Admiral. 8st 5ib ... 3 Won in a canter by seven lengths in 1.46*. Fx est Burhcap Steeplechase. Onyen, H>st 91b, (Moooee) ... 1 Conrtier, lOsl 13lb ... 2 Cedric, lOst 101b ... ... 3 A great nee was won by only a necfc in &S9l. Dkbptabt* St...

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THE AMEER'S PROCLAMATION. FRIENDLY TO BRITAIN. October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

THE AUEKE'S PKOCkVMATlON. FRIKX1JLY TO BRITAIN. October 6. The Ameer's reply to the tribes mMi, who sought his assistance iu their hostilities to the British on the Indtau froutier, hns been published. The terms are precise, ami leave no doubt «s to his adherence und friend ship to England. He condemns iu the strongest terms, the conduct of the holder tribesmen in taking the »l Iowa noes which have beeu made to them by the Indiau Government for keeping the passes and trade routes between India and Afghanistan open while at the same time they were raising, what he describes as a csnwles) rebellion. The Ameer quotes the Koran's injunction re garding the sacredness which is im posed on all Mohammedans to faith - fully fulfil their promises and reminds the tribesmen that the British Gov ernment have wot departed from their agreement, tie adds he has no intention ever to swerve .from his £nglisb alliance end dearly explains to his own subject*, that the British policy does not contemplat...

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ROSKHILL RACES. GAULUS WINS OCTOBER HANDICAP. SYDNEY, October 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

jROSKHiLt liACES. GAtJLUS WINS OCTOBKIi HANDICAP. Syktet. October 12. 3f>e EtoehiH rapes on Saturday lasl re nUedatfoUovs:—: Gu)mi<iE Stakes.—Six furlongs.. . l^ndcss Aberdeen ... ... 1 leefc-4... ... .m 3 Canning ^ ... ... ... 8 See,! satanle. £igU storied. JvMBB liir.^One nile aad t lilF. IKtio ... ... ... ... 1 Marloo... 2 Ebony ... ... ,S IRwstuted. Skzsxebs* Hassiup. —Six furloags. Tosrndoek ... .„ I Bui-plus... ... ... , ... 2 Ckny ... „. S Eighteen started. OCTOBER HANDICAP. Eleven furlongs. G*uln«, Bst-fOuHinan) ... 1 X X«j,7Kt 8ll»{Smith) ... 8 Grosslaiidft, got- (Johnson) ... S Eleven started. Won easily in 2-23. Evbsckt Hakdica*. —Pour far longs. Essex ... * ... ... ... 1 Gioriosa 2 Ejde ;... 8 fourteen started. "Write* HafcDid*.—One mile. 'Grafter... ... — — 1 Englo ... ... 2 5ijoa" ... — — 3 Thirteen started. Two of "Era-—Berth "Magistrate ■ Cowan (to "a prisoner) :—** Yoo are a pesrftcteconndrri.* Prisoner (sarcastie .;/■ . Jest «6tn^qnkeyef washup fteiid...

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