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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 November 1897
CLEARING SALE. THE undersigned, wishing to close his Saddlery busin?s8, is now offering the whole of his stock, including— Fuck Sju|db?s, RidingS*^ dies. Bridles, Girths, Whips, Facing. Saddle and Bridle, Saddle Serge, Collar Check, Assorted -Buckles, Hobbles and Chains, Valuers. Sides of Leather, Basils. Collar Pads, Spider Hooks, Lady's Biding Saddle, and sundries too . numerous to particularise, at Lea tea® Cost Pbick, .. Foe CASH. Inspection inrited. J. C- has also .lines .of Store .Sheep, Cattle, and Horse teams for sale. lasts on application. J. CEAWFOfiD. Auctioneer, Marble Bar.
PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PERTH, October 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 November 1897
PARLIAMENT*. legislative assembly. . [arr teleokai-h.1 (FHOM OU* OWN COBBKSFONDBKT). Perth, October 29. Id the Legislative Assembly on Wed nesday, the Premier announced that the Hon. Oct. Burt's resignation as At torney General hacTbeen accepted, and that Mr. R. W. Pennefather had been appointed to the portfolio thus vacated. Sir John Forrest paid a warm tribute of praise to Mr. Burt for his long and generous assistance to the Government* with which the House heartily con curred. The Address-in Reply debate was coucluded without a division. The Premier thereupon introduced a Bill to amend the " Wine, Beer, and Spirit Sales Act," which provides that any licensed person who sells or has on his or her • premises any adulterated liquor -shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine -not ekceeding fifty f»uhds;'a seo" ond-conviction shall be pOnishable with imprison men t. Any J uStice of the Peace or Police Officer may demand samples for analysis. - The other Bills introduced deal with the ...
A QUEENSLAND TRAGEDY. SON ACCUSES HIS FATHER OF MURDER. BRISBANE, October 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 November 1897
QUEENSLAND TRAGEDY. SON ACCUSES* HIS FATHER OF MURDER. Brisbane, October 27. At Cooktown recently, a charge of hawing' murdered a black buy iu October last year, was preferred ag&iust Domioick . Brannigliau, a selector, resident of Hiddeu Valley, 80 miles from Cooktown. He was arrested on the information snpplied by his son, and remanded for eight daye. The son gave evidence to the effect that a black boy was working for hiB father, and he saw bis father knock the boy down with an axe, place bis knee on the boy's throat, and Strike him fonr times with the baek of the axe on the head, and once with the blade on the right ear. The boy never afterwards moved, and his father buried the body iu a golly
DEPASTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 November 1897
DEPASTURES. October 29.—aaladin fro in Onslow for Cossack. October 30.—Albany . s.a. from CosSack ferBmome. - October. 31.—Salad in s.sl from Cossack wer Broome. ~ " " ■ ■November 1.—Albany s.s. from Broome lor Derby. . Korember 2. —Albany s.b. from Derby for Wyndham. —THE— ^pilbarra (SolWtflii FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 5, 1897.
A RISING AUSTRALIAN ACTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 November 1897
A .-RISING.. AUSTRAUAX ACTBESS. We hail beenTsent to interview Miss ] Elsie Kelly, an actress well known as a 1 coming TfiTOiBKE in colonial theatrical Circles. As we passed-into the drawing room, aji exceedingly pretty girl. whose | aoral lips' parted _ into a sioile at our, .appearance, rose up to meet us. Spark-j ling brown eyes,/Mack hair, skin the' complexion of a summer peach, "a neat and mils figure, and a fascinating BBBKBBlk, of itself disseminating a deli rious vivacity, best describes her presence. Hiss Elsie Kelly, • who is deservedly popular in theatrical cireles/has taken part in many piecesjdbf * pantomime, I drama, and opera iin Sydney and else-j where. Bhe has played in "Sinhad the Bailor," "Xtobinsdn Crusoe," " Cinder dh,"- "The Vicar of Bray," "A Mid-; shminer Eight's Dneatn," " La Cigale," and dorens of other pieces, as well as with the Xondou Gaiety Go. Her last appearances were in Sydney, Melbourne, - and. Brisbane, -with' Bracey's Opera Co., and she -has- befo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 November 1897
— THE Pilbarra Goldfield News. PnhlishM nveiy Friday at Marble Bar, la ih& Pilborra Goldfield Contains all tbe latest and most reliable information concerning Mining in the Pilbarra Goldfield, including the centres of Marble Bar, Bamboo Creek, Nuilagine, Western Shaw, North Shaw, Tam ~ bburrah.Norih Bole, and Yandicoogina. Terkb op StmscBipnoK zs Avyxkcs is fid per quarter; 13s half-year; £1 56 year. . Advertising Bathe :. 4s per in oh-per insertion; applications for gold-mining leases, £l 4s for two inser tions. . Bates for the insertion of adver tisements for. three months or a longer period may be had on application. kcmsc - • Ernest B. James (Advertisement Agent), " Morning Herald " Office, Perth : Watson A Goyer, Boebonrne A. E. A. Haste, Bamboo Creek. Wilfred Jackson, Western Shaw S. P. Lynch, NnUagine . 6. Hedley, Condon By whom all snbseripthms ror'advertise ments for insertion in the ? Pile ins a fiobnsin NArs -will be received. Joi Printing OF ALL BESCBIPTION8 EXEC...
THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. MATCH AGAINST VICTORIA. [BY TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, November 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897
THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. MATCH AGAINST VICTORIA. [Bv TrLKGRAPU.] Melbodbxk, NovesnTer II. Stoddai t's English t«-am of cricketers commenced their match against an eleven from Victoria on Saturday last, which was concluded on Wednesday, resulting in a win for the visitors by two wickets. The locals won the toss and elected to hat. Bruce gave a /iceexhibition ofhattitij The English team le.t fur Syndeyby Special train to commence a match a *:iilist New South Wales on Friday. Folio" iiig are tiie scores : — ViCTOUIA.—1st innings. j J. Woi rail, c Wain weight b Hearne 25 j C. McLeod, c Stoddart h Hearne 63 j 11. Trott, c Hif-i b Richardson 25 11. Graham c Richardson b Hay ward 33 j \V. Bruce, c Mason b Richardson 88 i 11. (.Jiller. c Mason b Hearne 22 j 8. Mc.Mich.ael. l.b.w. 1> Richardson 12 j J. llairv, b Hearne ... ... 18 j A. E. .Inline, c Richardson b Hoame 0 j Trumble, c Druce 1; Richardson ... 23 i M. ltoclie. not out . . ... 5 j Sundries ... ... 2 ! Total 306 Bowling ...
THE TURF. SALE OF RACEHORSES. MELBOURNE, November 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897
THE TUftF. BALE OF RACEHORSES" Melbocbnb, Uovember 8. A number of raw horst-s camn under \ the hammer to-day. Air. Ulasscock pur eha-^l the hur.lle rarer Exchange, which is destimd for India. At Messrs. You .He «t Co s. sale the chief price realised was for Paul Pry, tin- W.A. champion, fur whom Sir Rupert Clarke paid GOO guineas Surge was bought by Mr. J. H. Davis for 3G0 guineas, and 200 guineas was paid f&lt;->r !&lt;'e« haven's sister (S.aqueen), by Mi-. W. Allen. Merry Boy was passed in for 300 guineas, and Foliage for 220 guineas. 'lhe Hypnotist for 180 guineas, and Staffa for 550 guineas, 700 guineas lieing the sum wanted. Re sponse was ul.-o passed in at 220 guineas, Fucile 350 guineas. Bloodshot 250 guineas, w hilst Sortie was sold to Mr. P. Uphill fur 170 guineas.
NOR' - WEST JOCKEY CLUB. NOVEMBER MEETING. (BY TELEGRAPH.) Roebourne, November 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897
ifon' - WEST J6CKEY GLUB. NOVEMBER MEETING. (by telkgeaph.) (F&OSI OtTB OWN COBBKSPONDENT.) Roeboume, Noveryber 10. The Nor'-West Jockey Club's Nov ember meeting una held here yesterday. Fine weather prevailed, though it was somewhat hot. ;.The racing was excellent. An acci dent in t lie Flying Handicap to the. jockey riding Gossip, who ran inside the post, dislodging Jeffreys, who struck the p&fct coming up the straight, slightly marred the days enjoyment, hut for tunately his injuries were not serious. Vyith the exception of the Trial Stakes, the starting v*us good. The fullowiug are the detailed results :— Trial Stakis. — £15. Six furlongs. Mackay Bros. Gossip 7-st 1 lib (Jeffrey) 1 A. Lockyer's Brida 6st 101b (Shoit) 2 T. Porter's Casino 8st 2ib (Atkinson) 3 Stockings also started. Won by four lengths. Cusitiu declared 3Ihs overweight liiuc lmiii 20Jsec. Dividend £1. Selliso Rack. Walkover for Lockyer's Musket. Hurry Scurry. (Six furlongs.) tWon by Mr. H. Edney's...
TATTERSALL'S CLUB RACES. BLACK ROCK WINS BIG EVENT [BY TELEGRAPH]. Perth, November 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897
TATTERSALL'S CLUB RACES. BLA.CK ROCK WIN'S BIG EVENT TEtEGBiBH]. Perth, Noveuil&lt;er 10. The Tattensall'e Glabrae* drew n, large attendance on the Prinoe of Wale* Birthday. The followiug are the results of the various eveate:— _ Hurdle Hack. Bkek Diamond ... ... 1 Cbance ... ... 2 i Restless ... ... 3 TATTERSAIX'S CUP—Of 250sovs. Black Rock ... ... 1 Tel ios 2 Yatbe.oo ... ... 3 Tune 2uiiii 16 Jsee, ~ . AcctxoS Stakes. ^"Chiron ... ... 1 Speculation ... ... 2 Holly ... ... 3 November Stakes. . The Corsican ... ... 1 Atblyn ... ... 2 Chpstou ... ..3 Jcmpebs' Flat Race. Snapshot ... ... 1 Prince Charlie ... ... 2 Gaiant ... ... 3 Pbixce of Wales Stakes. Yatlieroo ... ... 1 Comn on ... ... 2 Versa ... ... 3
IMPERIAL UNITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897
at the Jobiite* the eetnnie* which- wews^orf. ..„ inff jastti«eiied hj Hr» •; ripsaws Imperial result iu fruits of vast importance to : the Empire at large. ^Already qigns of the times-may be found in the i denunciation of certain commercial treaties which hampered Great Bri tain in according the eucunrageuient desired to the importation uf colonial produce, whilst Canada has not been slow tit-' show, th.it the citisciiK of ihat vast dominion desirtT closer anion with the Mother Country, and remain loyal notwithstanding the blandishments of successive United Statej fciverojnfiits with, a view tif eii.tk.-iug them to throw iu their lot with the great republic. These efforts having signally failed, coer cion,, with a view of damaging Cana dian trade, is being tried, and with equal uusnccess. The preteutiog of H battleship by Cape Colony to the British. Government may be. an act iHeousequeiitial in itself, but is of vide significance as illustrating the abstract unity - that, exists be...
AMOUNT OF WINNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897
AMOUNT* OF WINNINGS. The stokes wou at the meeting ] totalled £13.928. Mr. W. Forrest &lt;t heads the list with £4,200, Mr. W. It. Wilson ranking next with £2,037. The other principal winners were:—Mr. W. j Dugpan, £1,295 ; Mr. 3. East, £1057 ;1 Mr. S Miller, £692- Mr. Kelso. £491 : Mr,- K. 6. KiiighV £380; Mr. W. R i Clark. £322; Mr. R. Ohirnside. £319 ; Mr. Bailey, £270 ; Mr. iS. Allen,£262; Mr J. It. Cavts, £249; Mr. J. Scobic, £245 ; Mr. W. Jones. £239; Mr R. i Carfxr, £225; Mr. F. Field.-r, £225; MjvR C White, £197; Mr. H. C. r, £187 ; Mr. W. A. I/mg, £149: Hawkins £149; Mr. JT. Row en 120. and Mr. C. M. Lloyd £100 Other wins ranged from £60 to £16.
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897
LOCAL AND GENERAL. XTi«t fo* Wests a tr*.—luthorHjtoes toldish » branch of (lie Koyal Mint mt Perth, has been gazetted. Thb GEvntt —A crashing recently put dinuf^ from the General, * Httim from whirlv in Jthe- days gone l»r, splendid re sults were obtained, tulitea 27dvln. per ton, 12 tons being treated. ViCTOfiisAK Tbadb.—For tlie month of September, a customs telnrn of the ex teraaltrade of Victoria, showed that (he imparts amounted to £1,601 £27, and the exports to £1 £>34,942. Dncict StrGilTBEii.—Ifr. A. F 8tnith, District Knjpneer for .Water Supply, has proceeded from PoetHedUnd to Balia Balla to anaoge* details in connection with the causeway works at the latter place. Tar Wasoerr. — On Friday morning last Mr. Axel Ostiund^ Uesident Magis trate for this dwtnrtv left for Kullagine on his usual periodical vi>-i», end held a local court there on thufoHowiDg Monday, ret timing to Marble Bar on the succeeding Wednesday. AccidRwt.—A slight accident beFel Mr K- Kealy'a coxcbon ...
FOURTH SPRING MEETING. MELBOURNE, November 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897
FOURTH SPRING MEETING. MfifjaouaxK, NovemW 6. The fourth Spring Meeting came off at Fleiaington course to-duyT line weather prevailing, there being con sequently a large attendance. The following were tlie results :— $pbikg Stake*. Auram 1 Auilrt-rite ... ... 2 Fleet Admiral ... ... 3 Won easily by two lengths, the time being 2mut 12J&-c. Flkkixgton Stakes. Cordite ... ... ..1 Roscommon ... ... 2 Little Widow ... ... 3 Won after a splendid struggle by o head in 54sec. Y.R.C, Handicap. Surge ... ... ... 1 Posituno ... ... ... 2 Bundook .. ... ... 3 / A good race which was won l»v Surge by three parts of a length in 3min 3«ec. Second Stekpuxjiase. VFhernsido ... ... 1 Songster ... ... ... 2 Que&i Bee ... ... 3 Won comfortably by five lee.gtiis in €min 32&ec. C. B. Fishse Plate. Anrum ... ... ... 1 Battalion ... ... ... 2 Coil 3 Aurum romped home a length and a half ahead of Battalion in 3oiiu 34sec. Final Handicap. Parthenopaeus ... ... 1 Amnesty ... ... ... 2 ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897
WEI>BIXa ELKY—MAILER. An interesting ceremony was cele brated yesterday morning at the District Registrar's office, when Mr. Alfred Eley, of the firm of Mallett & Eley, whs united in the bonds of j matrimony to Miw Florence A. Malier, second daughter • »E Mr. aud j Mrs. John Malier, of Marble Bar. J The larg&lt; number of lood people 1 who attended to witness the mar riage, which whs performed liy Mr. i H. Bradshaw, was an exemplifica tion of the esteem with which the parties tliereto are regarded, and after the Registrar had completed his task, both Mr. and Mrs. Eley were the recipients of nuinerous felicitations and gmid wishes for their future happiness aud pros perity. Amid a shower of rice the bride* and bridegroom proceeded to tlieir buggy, and the guests adjourned to Mrs. McS berry's, the bride's sister's resideuce, tliero to partake of :i glass of wine ere the wedded pair departed on their honeymoon. The health of the Bride and Bride groom was proposed in ...
SPORTING NEWS. VICTORIAN RACING CARNIVAL. OAKS DAY. [BY TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897
SPORTING NEWS. VICTORIAN ItAClKtt CAENIVAii. OAKS DAY. [bit TILB6Bil>a.] Melbourxk. Korcm&lt;>er 4. &lt;Jaka Day passed off &lt;joietly, the j weather being fine. The following are the results;— i 6eco*tj Huedle it ace. j Legs lOst 91b ... ... 1 Saddle Up lOst 61b ... 2 Response list 71b ... S Won easily in 3ami 52^sec. Spbikg Haxdicap. Kallara 8st 3lb ... ... 1 Majestic 7st ... ... 2 Straightfire 6st ... ... 3 Won by half length in 2inin lOsec. Flyisg Stakes. , Anrum 8st ... ... 1 ] Key 7«t 91b ... ... 2 j * Auiberite 8st ... ... 3 A splendid race, Aurum winning by half a length in lwia 30|sec. j OAKS STAKES. j Elosi ve 8st 101b (Morrison) 1 ! Mirella 8st 101b ... ... 2 j Zitella 8st 101b ... ... 3 j A ha.d fought race right from the i start was woo by half a length in 2iuin ; 44sec. ] &BOOKD IfUBSBBr HaKCICAP. Little Widow 7st 51b 1 Dead Novus 7st f heat. The Pirate 7st 7lb ... 3 An exciting race, Little Widow and Noeus passing the post locked...