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THIS AND THAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

THIS AND THAT. ,/ (Or Kdiwukawa.) Not imay weeks ago, on the ro«d to Pilendini, a pedestrian hum pine 'bluey,' ntet two teamsters, and asking tliem the distance to the nearest water-hole, was told, off-handed, * 18 miles, mate.1: 4 Pwhat l' replied the naftii in despuir. 'D'ye tneim to lay'tis that far, and me! with no water at all iu me bag.' ■ Yes, 18 hlanky milts,' was the reply. * Eighteen hlanky grand moth' rs,' re torted the other with withering sar casm. The teamsters bade him clear, at the end of their cow-hide whips. The tick plague is very bad in the Kituberley district, l^ut it is believed the Government is taking stringent measures to hare * the" tick eradicated from Western Australia altogether. Let meat be as dear ae gold-dust, and just as scarce; or let it go up to a pro hibitive point, the'tothersider's cattle, with their potential ticks, shan't play in our back yard w ithout paying a heavy, toll. Of course, U6 everybody knows,; ' John's ' Government never * did * al...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PILBARRA ROADS BOARD [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

PILBAERA ROADS BOARD A meeting of tlie Pilbarra Bonds Board was held on Friday last, at I which the nominations (or the vac- j ancies occurring through effluxion of tiine were opened. There were but ; seven candidates, and as the number required was the same, they were j declared duly elected. j The following- gentlemen comprise j the new Board— Messrs. L. J. Cooke, W. H. Cooper, A. Elliott, ! Angus McKiimon, C; A. McDonald, A. Eley, and Dr. B. VV. Nix. It was desired that Mr. Samuel11 Tiudall be appointed Secretary to the Board vice Mr. W. D. Brae her, ( who had resigned. The Chairman, in referring to the resignation of their late secretaiy, spoke in glowing terms of the able manner in which Mr. Bracher had carried out his duties. The meetiug thcu terminated. A meeting of the Pilbarra Roads Board took place last- evening at Tattersalls rooms. There were present, Messrs. A. E'ey (chairpian), A. Elliott, C. McDonald, L. J. Cooke and W. II. Cooper. It was discovered that the litho gra...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. PERTH, December 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Pkbth, December 10. me i«egisiative Uouncil liave bad ft busy week. A large number of Bills were passed with a considerable number of amendments made. Both Upases expect to prorogue by the 23rd iust.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

MY BLESSING IS WITH THE PROPRIETORS. THE HEARTFELT REMARK OP! A LADY CURED OF RHEU MATISM OF FOURTEEN YEARS* STANDING BY DR. WILLIAMS PINK PILI£ FOR PALE PEOPLE (Froiu the National Advocate," Batharst.) Mrs. Kenny, a lady now 62 years of age* resides with her son at the comer of Russell and William Streets, Bath urst. Having heard that a marvel Ions care hsd, through the medium of the) world-renowned Dr. Williams* Pink Pills for Pale People, recently been effected in her own case, a reporter from the ^Notional Advocate " was hastily despatched to elicit details. Her story is an interesting one, and Mrs. Kenny was quite anxious to give it publicity, j so that sufferers might benefit by her experience. We will gire the case ex actly aa stated :■— My name in AmeKa Kelly. I am a widow, and live with my two sons here. For the last 14 years I have been j a sufferer from chronic rheumatism, and the pains I have suffered defy descrip tion. I first contracted this frightfully painful disease...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WATER RATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

THE WATER HATE. is is hot to lie wondered at/ all 6ond?f:,ou3' considered impartially, that the residents of Marble Bar, and thosh who Iiave Oc casion to' Come into, Or pass flirongh the town witli Stock, Complain about the exorbitant charge levied for the supply of water froui the Well Under the control of the XVater Supply Department, by establishing a fixed rule that a Uniform charge be made on all |joldfields. In this particular in stance,- it is arbitrary, for it hieaiis" tliat either the towns—iu Which the cost of provfdiii'g an effi cient water supply is small—are helping to pay for the upkeep of the fnofe costly schemes iu operation, or that the Government are intention ally makfn'g flrem revenue-producing Concerns—a' proceeding, strongly to he deplored a£ a" direct attempt fo Compel the goldficlds to torttribufe more than their legitimate Share of the colony's revenue, which the exchequer ia flow receiving therefrom—either directly or in directly-—and why there is exception...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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THE ESTIMATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

THE ESTIMATES. The Premier introduced the Loan Estimates for the year ended 30th «fune,T898. The. amounts proposed to e|>ehd are as; follows:—Departmental, £101,183'; ' railways, and '. tramways, £1,032,000j harbour and river ioiptnre ments, £248£50; public .buildings, ££.632 ^ water supply _ and sewerage for towns, £55,000; Coolgardie water supply, £5,000; developiueut of goldfields and miijeral resources, £17?,928 j roads and bridges, £12,000; public workii Geraldton, £358 ; develop ment agrienitnre, £10,000 ; ' immigra tion, £4000 ; miscellaneous (including charges and espouses of raising loans) £42,811. v Total, £1,7S4£65. -The -further- consideration of the; Estimates was then taken. ; disduSou'tDoV pltee Pi\ the railway -vote.^nelnding a lengthy eUt§'! meat by the Minister for Railways, but the vote was passed with oat amend «ient> The tlpuse then rose. - The Pkvmier expects to prorogue ^Parliament ou Thursday week. . ;(i , , Drownlier 16. 'In the'AsKml4y oh Wednesday, t...

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HEAVY FLOOD AT BRISBANE. THREE INCHES OF RAIN IN ONE HOUR. CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE DONE. SHEEP KILLED BY HAILSTONES. (BY TELEGRAPH.) BRISBANE, December 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

HEAVY FLOOD AT BRIS BANE. THREE INCHES OF RAIN IN ONE HOUR. CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE DONE. SHEEP KILLED BY KAII^TONES. (Bt Tklbgeaph.) Bbisbake, December IS. A heavy storm has occurred at Townsville, three inches of raid fall-! ing within one hour. Large hail stones also fell, many galvanised roofs being perforated thereby. Fraser's mail coach was riddled, and the dams burst, the township being flooded, ceasing eensiderable damage to stock. The wheat crops and orchards were all destroyed, whilst poultry, wild birds, and sheep, were killed by the hailstones.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Chicket.— In oiir next issue " Short ] Slip" will descant on the first test mutch — England v. Australia. Ourselves.—Through some nnsccoilTil alile reason, our telegraphic correspondent has, this week, omitted to scud the usual weekly budget of British and foreigu news. fas W"EATfiEK.—Tt is reported that some very rough weather was experienced at Condon a week ago, and that heavy rain fell between- tlint place and De&rey Station. i Two OPNCES FBOM 75LBS. STONE.—We J are informed that Mr. Kopcke, the ownor j of the Salgash claim, dollied' last week, 7olbs. stone, which gave the splendid j yield of 2ozs. of gold-. ^ ! The Hjeat.—During the Week "Old Sol" has been Warming us up a little more than usuai,- and the thernioineler has stood from 115 to 118 degrees in the shade in different places in town. | Pout Hedland Causeway.—fn our telc I graphic columns it will be seen that the Government intend transfering the I Port Hedlartd eabseWay contract, which ' Watr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PORT HEDLAND CAUSEWAY. December 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

PORT HEDLAND CAUSEWAY. December Id. In the Ijegislativc Assembly on Toes day. in reply to Mr. Hoolev, the Director of Public Works said that Mr. W. Dmtsfocd, pf Marble Bar, was the contractor for the road over the marsh at Port Hedland, and the sureties were Mr. A. lillioU, publican, and Mr. T. Burke, mine-owner, both of Marble Bar. He was awanethat the work was at a standstill and (hat the contractor was in financial difficulties, but had no in formation of any terms or of any pro posed composition. The Government ' had under consideration the question of transferring the contract to other per sons, who had expressed their willing ness to take oyer the work. Steps were also being taken to erect stockyards for shipping purposes on Port Hedland jetty, and plans, showing the proposed alterative sites for the cattle yards at Port Hedland, were for warded to the principal residents, so that local opinion anight be obtained.

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WEST AUSTRALIAN TURF CLUB. NEW YEAR'S MEETING. NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

WEST AUSTRALIAN TURF eiajB. 3BEWT TEAR'S MEETING. NOMIKATIONS. Hie following nominations have been received by the Secretary of the W.A Tnrf Olnb for the Perth. Cap and Bail- ^ my Stakes^ to be run at the Se* Tear's Pntxa Cd».—Two mfles>. Fan Amnesty fbdiiuieea Braylcigh Gammon Blackwood Brace Lowe Kilt te Var Tale loch The Black Rock Scatpia Verna Steadfast Onslow Hear Woman The Golden. King Bunedes Donovan Torie Isondi: Primrose jSvithioween Trentham Ulluing Ivy fieproacb Faithful Tellus Battalion Dotchie Snapshot Tm^hs Drydeu New bold Haslsv/ly Scutes.—If tuifeg. Lady Nedtar fattalieft Loch hie Br&yleigb Fadl&deen Blackwood Common Kilt Brace Low* Tale Lock fa-Vv Black Bock Takoiuug Scavpift : Bepese Steadfast Verna Lady Sylvfa Englo New Woman Onslow Donovan King IsoadK ftne Syithinmea Tdmroee Paift-Mario Trenfchatn B&coadk UBartng try • • TeRos Firtthfoi Zhydea $ipw&}ia SeaNymph

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SEND-OFF TO MR. W. D. BRACHER. AN ENTHUSIASTIC GATHERING [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

SEND-OFF TO SIR, W. D. BliAClIEll, AN ENTHUSIASTIC GATHERING Ou Saturday afternoon last, at Host Elliott's TattersalU Rooms, a few hours prior to the departure of the overland coach from Marble Har to Roebourne, Mr. W. D. Bracher was the recipient of an enthusiastic scud-plf in humpers of champagne, by a large nnmher of his ! friends and well wishers, on the occasion of his departure to Victoria, and for his past valuuhie services to the district. Mr. John Crawford, who had heen instrumental in the preparation of this neat little spread, occupied the chair, and in a very felicitous speech said the reason for meeting that dav was to hid " Lou voyage " to one who had taken a great deal of interest in public matters in tiie Pilharra District, whilst editing the local paper. He §aid it was a pleasure, intermingled with feelings of deep regret, to have to shake hands and part with their guest, and he was sure all present would agree with him when he said that their parting friend (Mr. Rr...

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMLBLY. (BY TELEGRAPH.) Perth, December 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE AS8EMLBLY. (by mBGBAFH.) Perth, December 10. In the Assembly ou Thursday, the Roads' and Streets' Closure Bill was read a third time. The Estimates, under the adininistra tloa of the Attorney -General, were agreed to. It was decided to postpone the con - sideration of the Works and Railways Estimates till after the receipt of the Auditor General's report. . The Lauds Department Vote was taken,and passed with little discussion. The Mines Deportment Estimates provided «l congenial subject of debate for the members, and tire House settled down too long discussion upon this most alluring item- The debate generally centred round item Public Batteries, £300.000. Having got through the Mining Estimates, progress was re ported. Three Bills were received from the Legislative Council, and the Premier introduced a Hilt to nniend the Agricul tural Lands Purchase Act, which was read a first time. The House then rose.

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THE SALGASH CLAIMS. A PROMISING LOCALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

TUi: SALGASII CLAIMS. A PROMISING locality. On Thursday. (lib inst., a representative of this journal ]>«id a visit to (he recent find on the Salgnsh l'nngo. After :i pleasant dtftve aloiii; the Nullngine road for some sixteen miles, the track thither liirneil off the main route to the left from what is known as "The Haystack," and after a further journey °f some sit miles clang' fairly flat c-outitrv in elose proximity to (lie range, the scene of operations was reached. The prospectors have made their prin cipal camp on a fiat about half a mile from the workings where there is good feed, and as a result of the rain plenty of water which, should showers not occur occasionally, is expected to be lost during 1 lie summer. Previous to this, water had to be packed a distance of 21- miles, and thus the mru were considerably hampered with their prospecting. Around the watering place, 2i miles distant, a fence has been erected and steps takeu to preserve the purity of the supply, bu...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. FRANCHISE TO BE EXTENDED TO WOMEN. SALE OF CROWN LANDS TO BE STOPPED. (BY TELEGRAPH.) ADELAIDE, December 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. FRANCHISE TO BE EX TENDED TO WOMEN. SALE QF CROWN LANDS TO BE STOPPED. (by XBLEGfilPH.) Adelaide, December 13. The Assembly eat till six o'clock , yesterday evening, when the Loan Estimates, of £552,000, were agreed to.. Mr. C. C. Kingston introduced a j Bill to extend the Legislative Coon- i cil suffrage to eveiy householder, \ whether male or femBle, including the wives * of householders. This means the' names of 25,000 males, and 4000 females to be added, to the Council rolls. The debate was adjourned and' the Bill shelved till next sessiou. The Electric Light Company Bill passed after severe stonewalling. The Honse agreed to Mr. McPber aon'a motion in favour of stopping further sales of Crown Lands. Mr. Kingston promised to intro duce a Bill in accordance with the motion. The next session of the Honse as sembled at eleven o'clock, and sat till two, when prproga&tion took place.

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

MINING, The Perth- Chamber of Mines is about fo issue a summary of (lie e;old returns for tin; three montlis ended (trlober I, dit-r in^ which time ilie refutations in regard to compulsory re ports have been in opera tion. it is also the intention of the chamber to five some very interesting particulars of the other mineral industries of the colony. Hiese no doubt uili i»* looked forward to with keen interest by the people of Wesiralia'.

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Victoria. FOUND DEAD IN A CHAIR. LARGE SUM OF MONEY LEFT. MELBOURNE, December 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

w4< ^ ; J.V *, fcAiiOE, sc»t:ioi^,>ro^fclr lew. > * J" ** , a £,'» /- 15^t * * £j£&v- '• •*••..• .* '.. •„„ had souie days liefonr. On vxninir.a-! tion it w ufi found tli-it she was dead. The matter was reported to the police, «ho found £614 in cash in a hook. It is said the woman's daughter has been in the Immigrants' Home for many years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

Passengers for Klondike. TH E ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY will receive applica tions for passages from Sydney to Juneau, (British. Columbia.) Kates: Saloon. £38. » 0 Steerage £20. 0 O Steamer is expected to. sail irom Sydney about the middle of Februerv For further particulars, apply to EL AUBREY HALE, Local agent, Cossack. CAMELS! CAMELS! FQ& SAiE OB. BXRE. PROSPECTORS EQUIPPED. EASY TERMS TO SUIT CLIENrS, Fall particulars, appLy BOB WALLACE, Seven-Mile Gale, CbcJas. THE ~ Pilbarra Goldfield News. Published every Friday at Marble Bar, in the Pilbarra Goldfield - Contains alt the lktest and moat reliable information concerning Mining in the Pilbarra Goldfield, including the centres of Marble Bar, Bamboo Greek, Nuil&gine, Western. Shaw,North Shaw, Taufc bourrah,North Pole, and Yandicoogina. TeBHB or SOBSCBlPTIOJi IK AdVAKCK : 6a 6d per qoavter;. ISs half-year £1 5s year. AnvKBTinxa Bants r 4s per inch per insertion ; applications ft gold-wining leases, £i 4s for. two i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

CLEAM^G SALE rtidefsrgiied, wishing fo close His . Jt SfiT^dlCrv business, L" now offering"] fbe whole' of hi>t stock; including— j Pack Saddtes;]8idiut» Saddles, Bridles, ( (fifths. Whips; fiaring. Swaddle and fjridle. Saddle Serge, Collar Cheek, i Assorted Jjtiekles, ['lobbies and j l^liams, Valises. Sides" of Leallier. Ba'sits. (dollar Pad's, Spider HooEs.^ Tjv$$''2 Hiding Saddle, alid sundrie too" htrmcrous lo particularise, fit ivsE thin Cost Price, Fob: CASlP i^rsjiOCtion' incited: jf. ,C- has als6" litres of StOfe' Sheep,-j fcntlle',- and Horse team? for Sale. List? j 6iV a'pplTtstrOEf.- ' j 3: FOftD,- ' Auctioneer, Mar We' Bar

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

§&elatfce ^teams^ Ca. UMITPJ) REGULAR STEAM SERVICE TO IVOR-WEST PORTS. fiOFAt MAIL LINE {under contact to the %rest Australian Government). Xr©w Rates and fares. Gsstd Ifafl Line to ud from Pre mm tie. F issr sulnKi for Nor'-"West Ports » under:— .. ^AJ«3BAJDnr i (MOO tons burthen) ..^EIVALLED, HAPro, Ud C0M »®DIOUS PASSENGER ud CARGO MERS, replete with every modern octotgMenoe, ^il remiUrly (circumstances petzmttuig) from Pre mantle, at least *ncctiy («Mted as often as possible to exaeet wUh the s.s. Albany), for— wS"* "«mlin Melbourne V««e Albany Sydney Qnindslap Adelaide And Queensland Ports. Special Service to Western Australia. ®«?®J and well-ventilated steamers, ®P«MiIy adapted and fitted for the Stock <3t«ying TVnde, under the Adelaide Co's supervision, run regularly *£~eeu Southern Ports ud Nor'-West braginK «todc. Cargo, Erplosives, , Nor'-West Ports, return t^toEkemutle from Derby or Wyndham C*^°..for,Port HedUnA Condon, Ball* Balla, &c^ at THRO...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

iiKPAimmEs. December 10! — Albatty, s.s.,- from Derby, for BroomC. December 10.—Cambria,- s.s.,- frotnGcr rildton, for Fremaritle. December 10!—Saladiii,- s.s, froni Gtr aldton, for Fremarttle: December 10: — Albariy, s.s.,- from Broome, for Cossack. Detemfe t!f-—A.tistralind, s.s..- from Derby, for Broome December 13-—Eirklarid's, s S.,- from CaWiarvoh, for FreVnanflc. December 13.—Austrafitid, s.s., from Broome, for Cossack. December 1-1.—Lubrn, s s-i from Ger aldtori, for Carnarvon: December 14.—Albany,- s.s.,- from- On itiowvfbr Carnarvon. —THE— FRIDAY, DEeEMBKK f?, 1697.

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