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INTERCOLONIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] South Australia. CRIMINALS ESCAPE FROM GAOL. BUT ARE RE-CAPTURED. ADELAIDE, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

INTEfiGOLONIAi. [bt tklegbaVh.] Sonfih.Atistralla. CBtMIKAkS KSCATE FBOU GIOL BUT A*E SE-CAPTUfiKO. Adelaide, October 14. Three cn initials used Bd«ara j OlivtT, Join. O'BcieJt, «i.d Gdvanl ] ^Ootge iscaped from the Adelaide gaol! «n Satnrday afternoon. I .at were re- • captured on Wednesday afternoon near j die Steer Morray, tltoat seven miles Crop Biamcbetown- Tliey weve x>ver^ 100 miles from the Oity when am-sted, ■and Itail in their possession a doulde Iwndled gnn and plenty of ammunition. _ the route supposed to l*a«-e !»eeii taken liy tbe prisoners, wiule at tbe Uote of <he arrest one tlirew a wat^ into the ■ firar, ahidi article was stolen from a; •German faraierreading J tear Blanche tova.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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FOOTRACING. Melbourne, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

FOOTRACING. MrMiQume, October 14. A match for SOsove. and trophy pre senfced by Mr. Jos. Webster of Ascot Vale to the Eitxroy Racing Club, took place on the Ritzroy racecourse to-day. The contestants were E. W, Harris and Irving Sayjps, the distanoe being 100 yards. When half the distance ha^been travelled, the competitors were. rating almost abreast, when Harris* left leg gave way and Sayles won easily in ten and four-fifths seconds. Dr. Gregory examined Harris' knee afterwards, and discovered that one of the sinews had been slightly straiued.

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CRICKET. ADELAIDE MATCHES. ADELAIDE, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

CRICKET. ADELAIDE MATCHES. Adelaidf. October 16. At this afternoon's electoral cricket matches, Stuart defeated Port Adelaide j by six *ickefc6, and thegarne between East and West Adelaide wea dratra, the former making 223 and the latter 157 for the loss of six wjcketa For West Adelaide George Qiffen completed an innings of OB, he being given out leg liefore wicket. Gcoige also l»owled well getting fonr wickets ftrr 54 runs. Clem Hill for East Adelaide made 36 in the pak associated; match, whilst Darling played » brilliant innidgs for 108'runs;

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SPORTING NEWS. VICTORIAN RACING CARNIVAL. CAULFIELD CUP DAY. AMBERITE WINS THE BIG EVENT. [BY TELEGRAPH]. MELBOURNE, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

SPORTING NEWS, 1 VICTORIAN BAOINO CABNIYAlr. CAUI^FIEU) CUP I)AT. AMBEEITE WINS THE BTG EVENT. [5?- tjO£QBa?h]. V IfljctSOURlfE, October 16. The spring meeting of the V.R.C. continuedto-day at Caul field, delight folly fine weather being experienced. The coarse was in splendid order, and the racing most exciting, the struggle for the great Spring handicap—the Caul field Cup being one of the finest seen on the heath tor many years and though ! the winner Amliesrite was not the ihvonrite, .the triumph of a son of the peoples' idol—old Carbine, evoked the greatest enthusiasm. When that popular sportsman's—Mr. Matt CSbanassy—Carbineer galloped home from the field in the Maiden Plate. attention was directed to Amber ite iu the Cup, and the Sydney colt had a number of supporters. Mr. Jack McArthur, the popular Western District sportsman, who was recently elected a M.L A., ran second, w-ith the daughter ..of Neckersgat. Some little time was lost over the start for the Caulfield Cup, hut wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

RECOVERED FROM CON SUMPTION, HOW ONE OF ENGLAND'S DE FENDERS WAS SAVED FROM THE GRAVE, ATTESTED BEFORE A JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. The cause of teraperanoe has no stronger advocate than Mr. Charles Terry, a hero of the Crimean War. To wards the end of 1890, Mr. Terry^rthen 66 3'ears of ago, was taken very ilj, and his friends knew that that awful dis ease, Consumption, had him in its fear ful grasp, and prompt and effective remedial measures were an absolute necessity. An effective remedy was discovered in Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People and Mr. Terry enjoys perfect health ; he is yet to be found urging forward the cause of temperance. To a reporter of "The Australian Military Gazette," Mr. Terry gave the following account of his illness and marvellous cure:— "I arrived in Australia in the latter end of 1877 in H.M.S. Sapphire, the Captain Merry."- I then joined the Diamond, under 'Captain Dale, on this station, and on leaving the ship quitted the service for good, having in ai...

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PORT HEDLAND. OPENING UP OPERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 29 October 1897

'&QKT HEMxAJNB. OPENING UP OPERATIONS. An^teeotaliveof this journal has the folio win# fict* n]^rdu>g the progress of opening up opirutioiifc f rolu a i**cnntvisiU)rto Port Hvdluui. llfeitoti from Marble Bar to. our fclBte port is excellent until uirbin [ noA ^in'dis of the coast, wheu it be toaws ntbrr ba>y )u parts. Lot after Jutting catried. & little (raffie, and «kh - sniiettiMitiui ftarn thi Roads Board, taaj tie made into a tirst-dass thbnough hi5.'" It k eKtUiH>% watered, and Mr.J A- F. Smith, kktl Hipntt-r for wafie* sopply, is to l«* cokupliioruted ' apott the manner in ubivk his 'uskbio. Ice&a exmML After 'a time the road will be all that could be dt-aired, ax it is confidently expccfed that the rain, when " it does come; -will-help ta soltdify it. . - 'Ae a«w»ay contractors are xiOw iakiti^ good {progress with their work, dad.already base one mida-balf wilts, in sections,. ready for the top coating, which will bapst on in a week or 10 days...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 29 October 1897

Notice. JV"OTIGE is hereby given that all As outstanding accounts due to William Glen, for goods bought at Ala!lina, are hereby transferred to F. If. V. Hesteb, of Mallina. All aeeounts due are requested to be settled forthwith, otherwise legal proceed ings will be taken for recovery. f WILLIAM GLEN I- ¥. il. V. HESTER. Witness:—W. Fishe*. WILLIAM GLEN is hereby author ised to collect accounts transferred as abore, and now due to me, and his re-' ceipt will be a sufficient discharge. F. H- V. HESTER Mallina, Oct. 16. Fublic Notice. \1~E. JOHN CRAWFORD, haying AfJ_ severed his -connection with this £rm, is no longer empowered to transact any business 011 our behalf, and ail out standing accounts must be paid us direct. MALLKTT A KLEY. Butchers and Carriers. Marble Bar, October 28. 1867. AUCTION SALE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1S37. at 3 O'CLOCK P.M. CAMEL I . CAMEL!! JOHN CRAWFORD will sell by Public Auction, at Marble Bar, o* ibovc date, by instructions from the Police department )NE SP...

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CURED FROM RHEUMATISM. Limeburner's Creek, N S.W., 12th December, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 29 October 1897

CURED FROM I!HJELT HA.TISM. LiwelaHraer's Cret*k, N S.W., 12th Deceiubtr, 1896. To the Dr. Williams Medicine Co. Dear Sirs, — I suffered from rbeaura tisiu iu my I tack for ;it»out three mouths, u-lifii one day I got one of year irfjoks al>out Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Peuple. Getting some of the Pills I used them according to the directions, aucl they Lave taken all the pain swmj and done lne a yreat deal of good. I liave recommended the Pills to *11 my friends who have rheumatism. £ enclose 2s. 9d. in stamps f jr another bos of Pills. You can make what use you like of this letter. Yours truly, Edward Huskett, Limebumer's Creek Post Office. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People have cured paralysis, locomotor ataxy, rheumatism, and sciatica ; also all diseases arising from impoverishment of the blood, scrofula, rickets, chronie erysipelas, consumption of the bowels and lungs, anaemia, pale and sallow com plexion, general muscular weakness, loss >f appetite, palpita...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 29 October 1897

Auction Salk.—To-morrow, Mr. John Crawford wilt offer for sate by public auc tion a rcJ ic of I he ill-fated Calvert Explora tion expedition, in (he chape of a' bull camel that was brought hack from the desert by Xfr. W. F- fiudnll and party.

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CORRESPONDENCE. WANTED—A BANK IN MARBLE BAR. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 29 October 1897

CORRESPONDENCE. WANTED—A BANK IN MARBLE BAR. TO TUF. EDITOR. Sib,—It is surely time the people of Pilbarra Goldfieid roused themselves with a view of entering into negotiations with oue of the hanking associations in order to obtain, if possible, the establish ment of a branch iu Marble Bar. At present, the people here, especially the working classes, are put to all sorts of inconvenience, through not having such an institution in. their midst, and have to deposit their money in a bank 300 niili-s away, which means eleven or twelve Joys journey. On account of th is, delays occur, and in some cases, two or three months elnpse before a .depositor can conn; to an amicable settlement with the Union Bank in Roehpurne When a person living here requires to open a banking account i:iItoebourae he communicates with the manager, who a fortnight after he (the depositor) writes, sends along a document which the depositor is obliged to fill in and return. After this performance has been gone thr...

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THE GOLD YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 29 October 1897

X|JE GOkBYJKKD. , months? yields of j , |mve been cwppleteiy eeJipsed by the J t ^Septewberretern^ which record » ' sotal.oatpRt of 8I,77^mp>-> of which ,19 per cent., or 32,t40o»s. rame .. (rorMrfemed Katj^oOclie. Tfcj press of Ibe $5»$tero K^wiies, which, r,: <fas eaa^st^illjr'hditlled IFe^ntfeij J T - «pt slope as a *nfpp>gj>r*m«re, bnt! ia prcifcy wdi iwrfehf other ] respect bo use "kicking against the pricks/' and thus t'otherside journals grudg ingly express their astonishment at the results achieved by patient and persevering work. Every moutbthe list of mines that are prodnciug gets longer, and month by month the colony's gold yield expands, one record being beaten after another. Notwithstanding the slump, of which so much is beard nowadays, the min ing industry steadily progresses, and in the face of great difficulties new fields are periodically being opeued, whilst occasionally a find, such as the one recorded iu oar telegraphic colmnns to-day, indi...

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OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 29 October 1897

OCTOBKR 27. In the Assembly yesterday the debate on the amendment to the Address in Iteply was resumed, the bulk of the members making only short speeches. Messrs. Gregory, Connolly, and others said if the Government had not promised turitf reform next session, they would have voted for the Opposition. About midnight the House divided, the result Uing— Ayes II, and noes 30, thus giving a majority for the Govern ment of 19. The following indicates the voting:— Ayes: Noes En i»g Sir John Forrest Ilh/igw-orth I3urt Ken ny Connor Oats Connolly Oidhain Doherly Simpson Alex. Forrest Solomon George Yos|«cr Gregory Wallace Hall "Wihoa Holmes Leake Higham H uhhLe Harjier hi ngs mill Lefroy Locke Monger Mitchell M or gji us M oran. Piesse Pennefatlicr Phillips Venn Wood Hooley Quinl.-itx lbison Shall Throssell The debate on the address was then adjourni-d. The following hills were announced hy the Premier in the Legislative As sembly : — A bill to confirm the appointment of certain public not...

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"COMPARISON." [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 29 October 1897

" COMPARISON." Besteath the alwe title a writer, who adopts the pseudonym of Vrrax," rails in the "Northern Public Opinion " of 9th hist, against Port Hedia'ud and all connected witli it, and seeks by in— Mitutjng a "comparison between that' place and Condon to make out a case highly favourable to the latter port, ad during various reasons of; a kind ' why the people' of Pilli«rra GoldSeld should never have desired to' change their ppesent system' of obtaining goods for another. The' intellectual horizon of this scribe seems hitherto to have heen . bounded on tbe north l>y the Condon creek,: on the south by the Condon sand plain, on the west *by -tlic"Indian Oceaii; at Condon, and oii the east by the gold fields telegraph linestartiilg from Condon, bnt the " latent - possibilities" of Port Hedlond have roused "him to action, and ! he consequently indites a piteous wail regarding ^what fie would evidently cliatacterise an enormous waste ofpablic funds, simply because tlie money is...

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THE AMENDMENT TO ADDRESSIN-REPLY. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PERTH. October 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 29 October 1897

PARLIAMENT. .LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THE AMENDMENT TO ADDIiESS IX-KKl'LY. [By Tblerhapil] Pebtii. October 22. * In the Legislative Assent Vdy on Wed nesday the del.ate on the amendment moved l<y Mr. George Leake, Leader of the Opposition, to the Address in-Reply occupied jive out of the five and a half hoars occupied by the sitting. Three meinl»ers on the Opposition side of the House spoke, ail heing in favour jW the amendment. These wece Messrs. Vosper, Oldham, and James. The first named was the most verbose sjioaker, taking «p an hour and a half. Seven of tin; meia'"t-rs sitting on the Government side ai^o addressed tliem sehvs to the subject, namely, Messrs. Hubble. Moran, Rason, Wood, Locke, Mitchell, and Alex Fom-st. Mr. Moran spoke longer than the rest of those sitting on his side, and like thein, oppo^.d the amendment. The debate was au entirely good humored one throughout, and the majority of members present seemed to find a special delight in exercising banter, an ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 29 October 1897

LOCAL AND GENERAL. The Govpewmext SrBvevoE — ftfr. F. W. Geyer, Government Surveyor, left on Monday last ou a visit to Bamboo Creek niid Taiidh-oogiiia, where he uill delineate several leases. Electoral Bevisjon Cortrr. — At the nsual ipiarlerTy sitting of tlie Electoral Kevisirm Court for this district on Tuesday last, the name of Douald Mrlnnes.s nas Ided to the list ijdd< THE Warden.—The Warden, Mr. Axe? Gstlund, started on Tuesdaj" last on an official visit to the Western Shaw and Tambourrah Creek districts Whilst awn? Mr <Vsllund will also insert the recent rich Gnd made at 1'ileuditii by Messrs. Clarke and Stevens. " P/LBARRA liOiDS BoARD — The list of electors for the Pdbarra Bonds Board dis trict has BOW lieen issired. and may Ik- in spected either at the office of the local resident mngistrn'e. or upon application to tlie secretary. - Those eiitirh-d to vote, hut | whose nniiies have been omitted, must claim" their privilege before noon on December 2ud...

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FATAL DROWNING ACCIDENT PERTH, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 29 October 1897

FATAL DROWNING ACCIDENT 1'krth, October 22. A. fatal drowning accideut hap pened on the river during the after- , noon. A party of seven were out Sailing when a sudden squall upset the heat, a young man uamed J R. White, aged 23, a native of Warrnambool, Victoria, Iwiug un fortuaately drowned. The others were rescued.

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MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 29 October 1897

MINING, 1'ILUARRA GOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR. Everything is proceeding satisfactorily in coiiiicciion vviilj the erection of the World's Fair machinery at Tambonrrnh. A crushing from - Jackson and JStercns' It-nse at Tambourrah Creek, of 41 tons realised 63uzs.,' or slightly over 3Dd« ts. ]>er"ton. ■- A parcel of 48 tons from Mr. George Towns'' louse, the Kushmattee, at Tam Kmrrah Cieek. realised 3ozs prr ton. In consequence of tliis highly promising result,' three claims have been pegged on that line of teef. A crushing is now going through the Augusta mills from the tribute on that mine.' which it is expected will be cleaned upon Mondaj next. Carting will be commenced on Mondaj next on n parcel of ten tons from the General, a claim from which in the early days of Marble Bar, excellent returnswere obtained. Messrs. Clarke & Stevens, who have ap plied for a reward claim at Pilcndini, are we understand,'dollying gold from the rich leader they discovered there some time ago ...

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PROCLAMATION DAY. KATANNING TURF CLUB'S MEETING. (BY TELEGRAPH.) PERTH, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 29 October 1897

PROCLAMATION DAY. K AT AN KING- TUHF CLUB'S MEETING. (be telegbaph.) Perth, October 22. Yesterday was observed as a public holiday throughout the colouy. fl»e Ei»;hl flours Auuiversary proved a jrreat success. l'ollowiu«* are the results of tlie ProclHfiiittiou meet in"; held by the Katauuiu# Turf Club :— Spring Hurdles. Satnqella ... ... ... 1 Detractor ... ... 2 Esc ipe ... ... ... 3 Time, 3"jiiu. Isec. Ascot Handicap. Yale Lock ... ... ... 1 Fionie ... ... ... 2 Tuihoa .. ... ... 3 Time, luiiu. lT^ec. OCTOBER STAKE8. Persuasion ... ... 1 Corsicaii ... ... ... 2 Athiyn ... ... ... 3 j Time, 52 4-5tbs. sec. Grove Handicap. Careless ... ... ... 1 Chirou ... ... ... 2 Holly 3 Time, Itnin. 9sec. PROCLAMATION HANDICAP. Steadfast ... ... ... 1 Tellus 2 Black Rock... ... ... 3 Time, 2rniu. 14see. Belmont Stakes. Snapshot ... ... ... 1 Galaut ... ... ...- 2 Satauella ... ... ... 3 Time, Lnia. 50secs.

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NULLAGINE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) NULLAGINE, October 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 29 October 1897

NULL AG INK (BY TELEGRAPH.) (t'HOM opa OWS CORBKSPOXDEKT.) Netlugixe, Octolier 28. The Nor'-West . Australian Go Id fit-let Com]jan3T's machinery is being rapidly erected, and will be in full swing in MX weeks. There is a large quantity of stone waiting to be crushed. As the water shafts are making water rapidly, in fact from one to four thousand gallons per day,, there is every reason to believe that there will be sufficient water to keep the ten head going continually. Messrs Doherty and party's battery is now en route to .Nullagitie, and will be ready f.#r action in alx>ut three months. This battery is to he erected on the Great Eastern and Day Dawn properties, and consists of ten head of stampers. These two properties-are locally owned. The Nullagine ^syndicate battery started crushing again '.-yesterday, and are now treating conglomerate from the Golden Promise claims, at Cajeptit, which are' ail looking very well. There have been several new fin its in that locality lately....

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PILBARRA ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 29 October 1897

PILBARRA ROADS BOARD. A meeting of members of tlie Pilliarrn Roads Board was held at Tuttersall's rooms on Wednesday, 50th inst., there lieing present—Dr. I£. \V. .Nix (chair man), and Messrs. J. M. Rounsveil, A. Eley, W. H. Cooper, and W, D. Braclier (s<-e. clary). The minutes of the previous meeting, held on August 56, were read and -con firmed, and the following accounts passed for payment : — Messi-s. McDon ald," Fisher <t Co., £8 ; Fred Maher, 5s. fid. ; Secretary's salary aud office ex penses, £3 19s. 3d. The Under Secretary for PulJic Works wrote with reference to the allo cation of annual votes hy Parliament for grants in aid, for maintenance aud construction purposes, and requesting that the form enclos»-d he filled in and returned at an early date with the works m cessary placed thereon, accord ing to their order of importance. A letter was read from the Under Secretary for Lands regarding the board s application for the declaration of block 69*6 as a...

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