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A FRENZIED TESTATRIX. October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897
A FKENZfED TESTATRIX. October 6. A peculiar case was heard in the Supreme Court in Banco, before Judges Bundey and Russell. Mr. Gordon, on behalf of the executor, moved the grant ing bf probate to the will und codicil of the-'-late Harriet Maria Birrell. The deceased made a will which she kept under her pillow, but a few days l>eforo her death, while in mortal agouj', she tore the document up and swallowed a portion of it. She was seen tearine the «ili with her teeth, although previously, when of sound mind, she bad expressed her entire t&tisfaction with it. The Court granted the application. A child named Arthur Hamiltou was killed by a tram in Adelaide,
THE CHURCH CONGRESS. LONDON, October I. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897
THE CHUKCH CONGKESS Loxdox, Oc-toher I. Speaking at the Church Congress at Nottingham on Tuesday, the Right Rev. Barry, D.D., Primate. of Australia, declared the free federation of the churches embraced in the Anglican coinitiunion as the best realisation of the visible union, though not of the in trinsic rights of self-government. The Very Rev. Benjamin Morgan Cowie, D.D., of Auckland, strongly advocated an interchange of clergy between the mother country and the colonies. Archbishop Sauniarez Smith of Sydney, at the Church Congress at Nottingham on Wednesday, urged the Cnurch at Home to give its sympathy and practical support to the Church in the colonies.
INTERCOLONIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] New South Wales. SYDNEY, September 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897
INTERCOLONIAL. (by teleghapil] Hew South Wales. Sydxky, Sertmlier 26. At the Maithnd Atsoes to pay Jotra Mitchell, aged SUyeafR, was, for having criminally assaulted a girl under the agt= of 10, sentenced to death. j October 1. | The New South Wales Government! has accepted the tender of Air. Joseph Mitchell for 150,000 tons of steel rails »t £6 5s. per ton. - . At M.udgee yesterday, a man named .Williams was sentenced to death for crid$OaUy assaulting his daughter, aged 15,
GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897
GENERAL NEWS. Lokbok, September 26» British residents at Antwerp arc pro testing against 1 icing compulsorily en rolled in the civic guard. By n fall of earth in a sulphur mine in Sicily on Saturday, 40 miners were killed. Septeuilier 30. The Populist party nominated Mr. Henry George as Mayor of Greater New York. This is the. new municipal area which embraces New York proper, and a Bumlier of the large towns and suburbs contiguous. Mr. Samuel Moss was elected to the House of Commons as liberal niemlier for East Denbighshire. Colonel Horatio Davies was elected Lord Mayor of London. The Emperor William of Germany, with t|io Empress, will shortly visit th« Holy Land. Senor Axcnnraga, the Spanish Premier resigm-d, and Senor Sagrsta was invited by the Queen to forux a new Cabinet.
THE TURF. THE CÆSARWITCH. THE AUSTRALIAN HORSE MERMAN THE VICTOR. MRS. LANG TRY WINS £40,000. LONDON, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897
THE TUKF. THE CjESAHWITCH. THE AUSTRALIAN HORSE MER MAN THE VICTOR. MRS. LANG TRY WINS £40,000. London, Ociolwr 15. The Csesarwitch was run at New market yesterday, and resulted in a victory for the Australian horse, Mer man, who started at 100 to 7. The race was of an international diameter, American, French and Australian horses measuring strides with the (>est in Eng land. Jacol>US, with fist lib tunde the running for half a mile from home, when St Cloud rushed to the front and a desperate race resulted in Merman, who had a good position throughout the con test and who responded gamely to his rider's repeated calls, getting up inch by inch, snatching a victory utider very severe punishment, on the post by a neck. Four lengths divided St. Cloud and Carlton Grange, the second and third horses, whilst St. Bris, who won the Stakes last 3'&lt;*r. was fourth. The victory was a popular one. Mrs. Langtry the,famous actress, who owns the winner . had' backed him to win £10,0...
LATEST BETTING. MELBOURNE, October 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897
LATEST BETTING. Melbourne, October 19. The latest betting is as follows:— After 65 to 40 had beeji laid Anrum for the Derby, an offer to take 70 to 40. was not responded to. Five to two was the best bid against Aniberite, and three to one hundred was accepted front one hand after acceptance. Eight to one hundred was asked ataut Positiauo for the Meltiourne Cup. but was uot ensy to get; he afterwards advanced seven to' one, Auruin retired to o.ie hundred th nine, at which prico^ one T thousand pounds were put against him, but tens are now freely offered. Fifteen hundred pounds to 6eveuty-fiv£ pounds was taken about Ayrshire,
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897
LOCAL AND GENERAL. District Pouch Inspector.- ■ Police In spector Drewiy left Marble Bar yester day for Roebourue. Town Water Supply.—The task of deepening the well from which the local supply of water is obtained lias bcenexe cuied, and an increased inflow is the result. Mount Propbkcv Hotel.—The Mount Prophecy Hotel, at Bamboo Creek, has changed hands, Mr. Geo. L. Walker, the licensee, we understand, being the pur chase^ North Pole Water Sui-rcv.—Mr. A P. Smith, District Engineer for Water Supply, returned to Marble Bar yesterday from an. inspectionof the North Shaw and North Pole. Proclamation Day.—Yesterday, bring Proclamation Da}', the Government offices were closed, whilst Sunday rules were observed at the jhisi office. It is now seven years since Westralia—after some opposition at home—was granted respon sible government.. The Recent Cossack Smuggling Case. —Our hoc bourne correspondent on Wed nesday telegraphed that the Japanese woman from Singapore who were recently foird h...
MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897
MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR. Ten Ions from the Shamrock realised lTdwts. per ton. whilst a similar parcel from the Stray Shot averaged lfjdwts. A crushing from the- Augusta Tribute of 70 tons hna recently l>een cleaned np for £8oz&. The party has arranged f_r continuing their tribute a further period of two months on terms more advantageous than formerly to themselves. ~ Owing fco-a bursting ol one of the cylin der* of the engine which drives the Nor" West Australian C-o's. battery , at Nulln gine, a cessation of operations has been forced opoa the manager, and this is likely teexteod to & period of some two months.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897
CAMELS! CAMELS! FOB, SALE OB, HIRE. PROSPECTORS EQUIPPED. EASY TERMS TO SUIT CLIENT. Foil particulars, apply BOB WALLACE, Seven-Mile Gate, •Condon. Uorti. Shaw Hotel Situated at the North Shaw, and adjacent to tlie BATTEKY MIXES, SAMUEL CREEN, Pjzofbietok. THE aliove Hotel is one of the movt Commodious and Comfortable ia. the district, and every provision lias been, made to ensure the comfort of travellers The premises have lately been created at roasidcrablu expense, aai are fitted up. wi'.h all the usual conveniences. BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS ONLY KEPT; GOOD STABLING. Notice of Application for a Gold-mining Lease. No. 467 NOTICE is hereby given that I, the undersigned, have this day «s»de application fur a lease under Tl* Gokl lields Act, 1895." and the Regulations, of ground known as " The Elletia," contain ing 2 ncres, commencing at a peg &lt;wi the N.\V. corner of icasc No. 3, thence 3 chains N.VV. (this being the datum tine), thence 6 chains S.W., thence 3 chains S-li., ...
Bendhu Murder Case. THE PRELIMINARY HEARING ACCUSED COMMITTED. FOR TRIAL. AT NEXT PERTH CRIMINAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897
Bendku Murder Case. THE PRELIMINARY HEARING ACCUSED COMMITTED. FOR TRIAL. AT NEXT PERl'H CRIMINAL SESSIONS. The healing of the charges preferred j against Ernest William Anderson and i Alexander Edwin Anderson of wilfully J murdering three natives named — Wurra-' damngenmaya alias Biddy, Nurilung,: alias Polly (two aboriginal females), and j Pringenuurra, alias Spider (an ahorigi-1 nal male), on or about September 15 last, at Bendiiu Station, was proceeded with nt the Marble, Bar Police Court before Mr. Axel Qstluud, Residents Magistrate on Monday last, and was not concluded until late in the after noon of the following day. Mr. W. E, R. Laoey appeared for the defence, and Pol ice-Inspeotor I>rewry conducted the prosecution. John McCarthy, Sergeant of Police, stationed at MarMe Bar, stated he re membered the death of certain natives in September last, being reported to him. He took a statement made by Ernest William Anderson, one of the accused, down in writing. The document ex h...
INFLUENZA AGAIN. HINTS HOW TO FACE THE EPIDEMIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897
INFLUENZA AGAIN. HINTS HOW TO FACE THE EPIDEMIC. The people of this country have good cause to view with alarm an outbreak of. icfluenzi, as it "leaves behind it more] shattered constitutions than any other: known disease. Mr. Edwai-d Dotting, for ten yeaia a councillor in the united township of Bedford, Olpeu, and Pai merstou, in Frontcnac County, is one who nearly fell a victim to this scourge. To a Whig correspondent Mr. Dotting' said :—" About two years ago I had a; bad attack of influenza, and the after effects of that malignant trouble brought me so io*v that my friends despaired of' my recovery. I was troubled with severe and constant pains in the back, sensa tions of extreme dirainess. -weakness,-and j was itt fact iu a gi-nerdly-iisad-up con i ditioa. I had rp«d frequently Williams' Fink Pills, and felt they -must have some special virtues else they could ' not ol/tain ekcU s'ronjr endorsement in all far is of the country. 1 determined to try them, and 1 bless the day that ...