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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 March 1897

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Visitors.—Messrs II. Loel, and A. E. Haste, two well known -Bambooitcs, visited the Bar during the week, as did also Mr. A. H. Pontt, the manager of the Uncle Tom leases at Yaudicooginn. Piuvatk Rack.—A private race was arranged between the owners of two horses named Midshipiuitc aud Mystery for £5 aside, aud came off yesterday afternoon on the local racecourse, the result lieing a victory for the former. The latter animal scarcely did itself justice, as it was decidedly off colour, consequent upon having just came off a long and arduous journey. Tnfe Weather.—During the week a few showers have fallen, the total registered to date l»eing 38 points. At Messrs. Robinson Bros. Coougan station 5 inches 45 points have been recorded so Ear this year, and the creek adjacent to the homestead has run four times, though the Coongan River, with the exception of water-holes, is dry as ever. On Snnday last very heavy rain fell in the direction of the Just in-Time, and for a wh...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. PUGILISM. THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD. CORBETT AND FITZSIMMONS MEET. London, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 March 1897

SPOETING. PUGILISM. THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD. CORBETT AND FITZSIMMONS MEET. London. March 15. The forthcoming pugilistic encounter between Corbett and Fitzsimmons for the boxing championship of the world is expected to take place in the state of Nevada on or about the 17th inst. Odds of 10 to 7 on are asked from the supporters of Corbett. London, March 17. The boxing match between James Corbett, the American champion," and Robert Fitzrinunons, of New Zealand, which, since the signing of the articles in November last, thus definitely bind the match, has created such great in terest, was today successfully brought off in Mexico. In the fourteenth round the Ameri can had to succumb to bis opponent, who, by his defeat of Corbett has earned the title of champion of the world, and has, besides, won the 40,000 dollars stake of £5,000 aside, that being pro vided for in the articles of the match, the locale of which was arranged with the consent of the Mexican authorities. The fight was...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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DISTRICT NEWS. BAMBOO CREEK. BAMBOO CREEK March 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 March 1897

DISTRICT NEWS. BAMBOO CREEK. (feom ocb own cobbesposdfnt). Bauuuo Crkkk March 22. The 17lh inst. (St. Patrick's Day) wa.s celebrated here, at tlie 1ft. Prophecy Hotel, hy an entertainment, which took the form of a concert. A number of the sons of the Emerald Isle, together with a fair sprinkling from Bonnie Scotland," met at 7 p.m., and soon the affair wns under weigh. Mr. J. Maher (chairman) opened with a few appropriate remarks, after which J. Patcrson sang " The cottage where Burns was born" in good style. I M. Hoolihan followed with " He couldn't do it now," and was well received. E. Bcrgin then gave a step dance, a particu larly neat performance, and was warmly applauded. M. Dunn, jun., favoured with " McCarthy's Widow," and was much ap Elauded ; a song, "Kathleen Marourneen," y J- Laverty, was fiuely rendered, as was also "The little Hose of Texas," by Jas. Dunn. H. Hoolihan then gave a step dance, which was all that could be desired, and J. Kennedy followed with a song. "The ...

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KIMBERLEY MURDER. LATER DETAILS. [BY TELEGRAPH.] FITZROY March 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 March 1897

B3&feBEBl*EY MURDER. ?w.- » - LATER DETAILS. tBT TKLKHHiPil.l FrrzKor March 17. Thomas Jaspar, who was murdered by1 the blacks last night at Collin's Oscar station, was evidently shot with a Winchester rifle. A large mob of natives are on the ranges and hate been exchanging shots with the men on the station. , The police are expected early. ttm Constables Piliner and Nicholson, with, five blacktrackers, went into the Oscar ranges at midnight, in order to ascertain if it were possible to surround the' position the natives held yesterday, at daybreak. All the police horses were shod to day, so as to be prepared for any emer gency. : No further disturbance oc urred at the Oscar station daring the ight. The police party go on foot in ) the ranges, as these are inaccessible jr horses. March 18. ; The anticipated increase of native crimes has been realised. Thomas J os par was murdered at Collin's Oscar station last Tuesday night, while sleep ing within eighty yards of the home st...

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NULLAGINE. NULLAGINE, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 March 1897

NULLAGIXE. (peon OCB OWX CORRESPONDENT"). NullagiXE, March 17. Report** have been lately receired here from Koy Hill station, situated on the Marsh, to the effect that l£ inches of rain has fallen in that locality, JJut little can be recorded as regards the local rainfull, except that last night about half an inch was registered. Mr. Gerald Horgan, our popular mining registrar, who lias Itccn stationed here for the past eight months, left yesterday, en route for Perth. Mr. Horgan has, on account of lmd health, been transferred to the head office, and was relieved by Mr. F. Walsh. For a long time past the necessity for sonic local body which would take an interest in public matters, r.nd impress upon the authorities southward the fact that there was such a place as Nullagine. and that there were urgent works that sadly needed executing, has been keenly felt, and on Friday last our citizens rolled up in force to discuss the question of electing a progress committee. Mr. Jas. IsdelL oc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 March 1897

A. T. Stanbri&ge, AUCTIONEER, CJTOCK, STATION, A GENERAL O COMMISSION AGENT, Mining Agent, Sharebroker, uj LEGAL MANAGER* Sroebonrne. Draught and Saddle Horses For Sale Heavy Stocks c£ Harness and Saddlery kept up. Aftent for the New Zealand Insur ance Co. All kinds of risks undertake!. Special Goldfields Bates on application. HORSE SALES held every FRIDAY, at II o'clock, at his yards. Sole Agent for Robt. Smith's Harness and Saddlery. 6 Moore & McDonald, COACH AND WAGGON BUILDERS, aitfc * * s * (BtmA CONDON. WAGGONS, COACHES, and any other class of light or heavy vehicle built to order on any design. Well-seasoned Timber Used. M. & McD. trust, by turning out first class work, combined With strength and dirability, to merit tbe patronage of ths general pubic. HORSE SHOEING, REPAIRS EXECUTED ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE. 61 From Marble Bar to Condon In Two Days. K. BOCKLASB "p^EGS to iutinmfff to the travelling public that he has established a Regular Coaching Servi...

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CONDON. [BY TELEGRAPH.] CONDON, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 March 1897

CONDON. [by TKLEOEAPU-] (FbOM OCE OWN CoEEESrONDENT.1 Condon*, March 25. Mr. Wragge, the Queensland Crorern ment astronomer, predicted little rain for the north-west coast of Australia this summer, some time ago, and it appears as though his forecast will be correct so far as Condon is concerned. The weather continues diy, there being no sign of the much-Deeded rain, though a few miles out on the Mnrole Bar road good rains hnvc fallen, making travelling slow for team sters. The official records at the local obscrrnfory for the various weather in struments, since January l,are as follows : —Barometer, maximum 22nd March, 30 10:1; minimum, 27tli February, 29 722. Thermometer, in shnde, highest, February 13, 113; lowest, 15th March, 68. The rainfall during (lie past twelve months has been 75 points, and the barometer is mow at a normal level. The forthcoming general election does not seem to make much of a stir here, only a small number of electors" rights having been applied for so fa...

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FEDERAL CONVENTION. ADELAIDE, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 March 1897

FEDERAL CONVENTION. Adelaide, March 2i On Monday last the Federal Con vention met in the Assembly cham ber. The place was crowded to the utmost. Mr. Charles Cameron King ston was appointed President of the Convention, upon the motion of Sir Joseph Abbott, which was seconded by Sir Graham Berry. Mr. Blackmore, clerk to the South Australian Parliament, was elected secretary to the Cotiveatioa. The business transacted was of a purely formal nature, after which the Convention adjourned till next day. London, March 22. Mr J. F. Hogan, M,P. for Mid Tipperary, writes- to the London " Times," stating that if any enab ling measure passed by the Conven tion does not provide for central and northern Queensland joining the Federal Coiiveutiou, when the Bill comes before Parliament, a propo sition will be put forward with a view to the insertion of a clause allowing them to do so. SniPPiNG. — The following are the latest advices as to the movements of vessels on the coast, for which we are indeb...

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MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 March 1897

MINING. PIL.BARRA (iOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR. • A crushing from tl>c claim held by \V. Farriugton, and some six miles i distant from Marble Bar, has been treated at the Stray Shot battery. The returns from fire tons were 16oz 5dwt, or 3oz 5dwt per ton, which, considering this is the first crashing from this lease as yet put through, is promising, seeing there is abundance of stone of <-qunl value available. A crushing of IS tons from the Augusta South has been put through the Stray Shot battery, the yield being \ almost 2oz per ton, I Another small parcel of some eight tons from the Shamrock lias also l>eeu treated, realising loz 18d\vt per ton. The True Blue, lately the property of Messrs. John Watson and E. Moran, and tlie Shamrock, formerly held hy Mr. Tlios. Burke, and party, have, it is reported, been definitely sold to the Stray Shot and Excelsior (jolchnining Co., Marble Bar, the price paid being £1000 for the former, and £750 for the latter mine Both these lease...

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THE MISSING EXPLORERS [BY TELEGRAPH.] NULLAGINE, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 March 1897

THE MtSSIN Gr EXPLORERS [by TELEGRAM.] {>EOM OUB OWK OOHRESPOXDENT.] NuLf-AGiXE, March 17. Messrs. Rudall and Gonnaughton, with their parties, are still camped here, ia order to give their camels and horses a rest. On Monday next Mi. Rndall leaves Nallagine to take up the search f^the missing members of the Calvert expedition between where he found their tracks on his first trip out and Joanna Springs. Nothing definite lms been1 arranged regarding Mr. Connaughton's | movements, but it is surmised locally J that he will proceed to the Oakover head waters, in order to prosecute a search throughout the adjacent country. Adelaide, March 15. Mr. Magarey, the agent for the Cal vert expedition, is arranging for further parties to go in search of the missing explorers. Mr. Harry Wells will leave the Fitxroy River on Tuesday or Wed nesday next, taking with him Mr. Keartland (naturalist), Trainor (cook), B^jah (Afghan), and a black tracker from the Fifczroy police, he being lent by the Com...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 March 1897

— THE — Pilbarra Goldfield News. Published every Friday at Marble Bar, in the Pilbarn Gold&eM. Contains all tbe latest and rmrst reliable information concerning Mining in tbe 1*1 Ibr.rri Goldfield, including tbe centres of Marble Bar, Bamboo Creek, Nullagine, Western Shaw, North Shaw,Tam bourrali, Nortli Pole, and Yandicoogina. Teems of Subscription in Advance : 6afid pet quarter; 13s half-year; £1 5s year. Advertising Kates; 4s per inch per insertion ; applications for gold-mining leases, £! 4s for two inser tions. Kales for the insertion of adver tisements for three months or*longer period may be liad on application. Agents; P. H. Brown (Advertisement Agent), * West Australian" Office, Perth Watson A Geyer, Koebourne C. Coppin A Sons, Bamboo Campbell, Moore. A Lord, Western Shaw S. P. Lynch, Nullagine S. Hedley, Condon W. Jackson, Tambonrrab By whom all subscriptions or advertise ments for insertion in the Pilbabea Goldfield Nkws will be received. Pilbarra Xoads Board. WHE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 March 1897

THE Nor'-West Steam Lighter Co., TiTMTTED. Coseack to Condon and Intermediate Forts. THE S.S. CROYDOF (Capt- F. Fkakck) WILL make regular trips from COS SACK to CONDON and vice versa, calling at all INTERMEDIATE FORTS as inducement offers. First-class accommodation for passengers* For freight or passage, apply to GALBRAITH & CO., Agents, Cossack, or TRAINE & RAYNEB, Condon Agents. Jubilee Hotel, BDEBOURNE. H. OSBORN Proprietor, None bat the best Wines, Beers, Spirits, and Cordials kept. A well-lighted Billiard Table. Loose Boxes for Racehorses. Careful and attentive Ostlers. 5 Leap Year Inn. Charles Bassett, Proprietor. OOD Accommodation for all classes of Visitors. G Single Bed Room s. Ptrionr and Bedrooms for families. Good Table kept. Only the Best Brands of Wines, Beers and ] Sprits kept in stock. ; BASSE1T BROS., Contractors for the Bamboo Creek-Marble .Far, Marble Bar-Condon, and Oondon . Roc bourne, and also the Roe bourne Forte scue Mail Services. j 'The Mail...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 March 1897

Co % Clectors of ^pilBma (ioMelb district. KNTLEMEN.—I have thp honor lo \j inform yon that, acceding to the request of a large number of my friends and supporters in llic Pilbarra Goldfield Electorate, I hare determined to seek your suffrages at the forthcoming general election, to represent you in the Legisla tive Assembly. This important district has long suffered from the want of energetic representation in Parliament, and it therefore behores all those who hare anj- interest in its progress and prosperity to avail themselves of the present opportunity to elect a representa tive with the requisite knowledge of the wants of the district, and with the ability to properly ventilate them. The advantages of being represented by a local man are obvious and my long and varied experience amongst you in mining work in all iis branches should assure you of my ability to protect and further your interests. Having resided so long in the district, and having taken keen interest in all matter...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 March 1897

MAIL NOTICES. Tlie following are detailed runnings of the Mail* belween Marble Bar and ail the other mail towns on this goldtield and the coast:— DOWN. Bamboo Creelc—Roc bourne (via Condon). —Fortnightly service. Next mail leaves Bamboo Creek on Apnl 5, at 4 p.m., arriving at Marble Bar at 4 p.m. on (lie 6th. leaves Marble Bar the following morning at 7 o'clock ; via Taiga, Coongnn Hotel, Warralong, and Mtilyir, arriving at Condon at 4 p.m. on April 10. Leaves Condon at 6 p.m. on the 12lh, arriving in Roebournc on A]>ril 18. Nullaginc to Roebourne.—Fortnightly service. Next mail leaves Nullaginc on April 1, at 10 a.m.. arriving at Marble Bar at noon on the 3rd. leatcs same day at 3 p.m.; via Jusl-in-Tiriic, Western Shaw, Taiiibourrali Creek, l'dbarra, Towranna, Mal'ina, arriving in Rochouruc on April 15. DP. Roebourne—Bamboo Creek (via Condon). —Forlniglilly service. Next mail leaves Roebournc on April G, at 7 a.m. Arrives at Condon at 3 p.m. on April 11. Leaves Condon at 4 p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 March 1897

Officials Returned.—The Warden, Mr. Axel Ostlnnd, and MR. A. F. Sinith, District Engineer foe- Water Supply, returned to town on Sbtyurday last, after a prolonged journey via J^nboo. Creek ?Jid. Ygndiqopgiiis

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INTER-PROVINCIAL RICH FIND IN GREAT BOULDER. PERTH March 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 March 1897

INTER-PROVINCIAL RICH FIND IN GREAT BOULDER. Perth March 22. A rich patch of pure gold was struck iu the 200 feet level at the Great Bonlder mine, Kalgoorlie, on Friday night last. The gold was mostly in the form of sponge, and in the course of a few hours seventy pounds of gold were got out, includ ing a nugget of metallic gold, which had beeu forced into a solid block by pressure. This, uufoi tunately, was broken in two, the heaviest piece weighing 43ozs., and the whole piece totalled 60ozs. of fine gold. Spongy masses of gold, diffi cult to handle, were also obtained, and 250ozs. were exhibited at the Kalgoorlie " Miner" office on Saturday night, guarded by the police. The gold is worth four pounds per ounce, and the vein is still goiug dowu, and is being followed, but none of it takeu out lately is so astonishingly rich as where it was first strnck. Coolgardie, March 16. At the Coolgardie quarter sessions yesterday, ex-police constable Edge was sentenced to four years' penal ser...

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RISE OF THE MISSISSIPPI. LONDON, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 March 1897

RISE OF THE MISSISSIPPI. London, March 22. An abnormal rise in the river Mississippi resulted in Memphis city, and part of Tennessee being flooded. The river overflowed its banks to snch an extent that it was, accord ing to the latest telegrams, over thirty miles wide iu the neighbour hood of Memphis. Great damage has been done, and fifty persons drowned. The o Hi cere of the colonial detach ments sent to England to take part in the Queen's diamond jubilee cele brations, will be quartered at Sonth Belgravia, and the men at Chelsea barracks. A determined attack has been made on Fort Hartly, in Rhodesia, Sonth Africa, by four hundred natives. After three hours hard fighting, the attacking party were repulsed by the settlers. In training for the annual uni versity boat race, the Oxford crew covered the course of the race from Putney to Mortlake, in eighteen and a half minutes, which is the record for that distance. The previous best time was made by the Oxford representatives when they...

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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 March 1897

GENERAL NEWS, London, March 15. Archbishop Langevin, of Canada, has, it is stated, threatened to dis allow bnrial iu consecrated ground bo all persons who oppose his education policy. Several New York newspapers state that Mrs. Cleveland accuses her husband of gross ill-treatment. The members of the African Derbnnd in Cape Colony contemplate inviting Mr. Hoffmann to resume the leadership of that body. Vice-Admiral Hollman, German Secretary of State, has resigned that office, as a protest against the ; action of the Imperial Budget Com mittee in refusing to endorse his ship-building proposals. The Germau Government is send ing ont large shipments of war material to German South-West Africa. Mr. McKinley, President of the United States, has urged Congress to pass with promptitude the new Tariff Bill submitted.

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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 March 1897

NEW ZEALAND. Auckland, March 17. A manager of a branch of the Bank of New Zealand has been fined nnder the ''Shops and Factories Act," for keeping clerks working after the prescribed hoars. Mr. Seddon, the Premier of New Zeaiand, justifies the proposal to send a military contingent to Eng land, as showing that that colony is willing to do her part towards upholding the Empire.

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INTERCOLONIAL. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 March 1897

intercolonial. NEW SOUTH WALES. Stdket, March 17. SaumareK Smith, Bishop of Sydney and Primate of Australia, left Sydney yesterday by the steamer Monowai for San Francisco, en ronle to London. It is expected he will take part in the forthcoming Lambeth conference. March 22. Lieutenant Moir, of the H.M.S. Ringarooma, has been acquitted on the charge of misappropriating £48 received by him for the canteen fund. His sword was returned to him, and he was warmly congratu lated by his brother officers.

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