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

ARRIVALS. Dccc'rifber 10.—Kirklands,- s.s.,- at Gos §ark, ffoin Geraldton. December 12.—Albatiy, s.s.,-at Gossack, from Broome. December 13-. — Austraiind, s.s.,- at Broome, from Derby: December 14'.—Albany, s s , at Onslow, from Gossack. December 14'.—Lubra, s.s., at Geraldtoa, from Dormarrii.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

MARBLE BAR PUMPING STATION. Public Works Department, W. A..,CroldfleldsWater Sup ply Branch. PUBLIC NOTICE. l^TOTICE is hereby given under tlie prorisions of " The Water Supply Act, 1893," Sections 3 and 6, that on and after 15lh January, 1891, the fees for sale of Water at this watering place will be as follows —■ DALE OF CHARGES AT GOVERNMENT WATERING PI.ACES. ror 100 gallons of water. 2s. Gd. Any" quantity orer IcXJ gallons will bo charged in a pro rata proportion. For 50 gallons of water. Is. (id. Over 50 gallons aiid tip to 80 gallons a ppo rata proportion will tie charged. Any quantity over 80 gallons and raider 100 gatlous, 2«. <>tl Smaller quantities than 50 gallon8, ^d. pcr.goiIeit | Horses \ Mules [At per nead per drink each. : Ilunkcys T 2d Cattle J j Camels, nt per head" per drink, 4<L Rg« ^ I ^>er score Foot Travellers, frt*. Payment to be made Itefore delivery. The Caretaker is not bound, to supply change. Any person acting in oonlrarention ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DETERMINED SUICIDE. TWO REVOLVERS USED. SYDNEY, December 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

StJtCtOK. 0BBD" - 'f ' BxbW, Decern^ ^ *, Jeweller ofnml £. G. ; eofo pitted suicide < glider - feeolu^ wdidqss. tie lay <>u jbjklxd, to fcis lietft, y*nd l6»iecl, «trnck * rti* '4kmI ^^oed Jbtok toj> <a fgyoftti att dditfcibdmseif jfttbc t i$f-V |>bK&'#ns ii^tfiDtao&onK '"

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLISHMEN REQUIRE 95 TO WIN. December 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

ENGLISHMEN REQUIRE 95 TO WIN. December 16. The Australians made a lietter stand in their second innings, and compiled 409 runs, thus h-ariiig the Englishmen only 95 runs to get to win Darling (101), and Hill (96). were the highest scorers for Australia. {:The other iudi : vidual scores had in t come to hand vvht'ii u c went to press —Ed.] Follow ing me the scores : — Exglishmek—First innings. : Mason, b Joiu« ... ... 6 j McLaren, c Kelly, b McLood ... 109 | Hay ward, c Trott, b Trumble ... 72 j Storer, c and b McLeod ... ... 43 Drnce, c Gregory, b McLeod ... 20 Ranji. c Gregory b Mclvibbiu ... 177 Hirst b Jones .:. ... 62 Wainwriglit b Jones ... ... I01 Hearne c and b McLeod ... ... 17 Briggs run out ... ... 1 Richardson not out ... ... Sundries ... ... ... 12 Total 551 Bowling analysis—McLeod 3 for 80 ; Jones 3 for 130; Trott 1 for 78; Trumble I for 138; McKibbin 1 f>r 133. Austoaliaxb.—1st innings. Darling c Druce b Richardson Lyons b Richardson Iredale c Druce b Hearne Hill b ...

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SUDDEN DEATH OF A CLERK. HEART DISEASE THE CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

JDEATfl OF A CLERK ,psDIEEASK T^K GkfJSB. de^, nam ed James ^ In tiw Aommte | Icttly ve^berday whilst j Deathwas due to . ^^jdneaBeT •S&f

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THE TURF. A SUCCESSFUL JOCKEY. WINS ALL RACES AT SANDOWN PARK. MELBOURNE, December 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

THE TURF. A SUCCESSFUL JOCKEY. WINS ALL RACES AT SAKBOWN PARK. Keebocske, December 13. Bob .Lewis* the well known jockey, enjpyed unique success at San down Fark en Saturday* when he won all the aaces en the fiat* On the previous day, at BaUarat, Lewis rode three winners «£ Meonee Valley* and on Wednesday : he won on Arthur. On the previous SatB£tla}v at Epsom, he also had a. win wing mount on Sonney*

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROEBOURNE NEWS. (BY TELEGRAPH). ROEBOURNE, December 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

ROE BOURNE NEWS. (fer mEct&ura)^. frsox on #VH COKJglTSPO h~ PKNT.} Sesaaa&ssL December 11. A representative of the .Wallaroo SmeUiag Company arrived here during the week, and bas been, visiting tbe copper properties in the district. The outcome of bis visit is very satisfactory. A Large parcel of ore sent from the XjguML copper mine to Wallaroo, gave par cent. of copper, and eight wwe& of >i£ver. The yield was taken fexn the face of the lode in securing tho quantity of ore treated. There is *ow 3/4 tons of ore from, the same mine Lying in pert at Balls. Balla ready for * shipment. The residence of Mr. BE. V. Hester at MaJlina Station, was totally de stroyed by fere on Monday night- Par ricatars have not yefc come to. hand. Oa her last voyage to Singapore, the as.. Saltan took 3500 bales of wool, which was grown in the colony. Since Jhuie first Messrs. M&ckay Bros., (of MundabuBangana Station )s» ■eld and delivered 13,000 sheep fer the Saatlm marke...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CUBAN REBELLION. McKINLEY'S MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

CUBAN REBELLION. MxKINkEyS MESSAGE. The attitude of tbe United States towards tbe Cuban rebellion as ex pressed by Mr. tf^Kittley's message to tbe Guugtfess, lias given much gatiefaetioB to tfae SpautBh Govern - tMot. . The President stated that forcible annexation of Cuba by tbe United; States ih tfie present circumstances, would be an actof criminal nggres iioa.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAMS [BY CABLE] GENERAL NEWS. NATIONAL LIBERAL FEDERATION LEAGUE. MANIFESTO PROGRAMME. LONDON, December 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

, Jbt CAKLK. j obnbbat/nbws. J! ATlOHAIi- ElttKRAEFEDERA TION LEAGUE. MANIFESTO programme. Lokdos, December II. Tbe liberal Federation League has issued a manifesto pro gnuone of its federation. It in cludes manhood suffrage, payment of ntembem, parliamentary franchise for women, institution of second bal lot in Parliamentary elections (wh ere i pp candidate receives an absolute majority of-votes recorded), and the j abolition of tbe veto possessed by ! the House of Lords.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BUTLER DIVORCE CASE. STRANGE DEVELOPMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

TUB Btm.E& PtVORCE CASE. I>KVKIvOpMKNT8. .. |n the Divorce Ooart to-day strange rieyjiopuieiits »«e wade in the case of - hjhtry Jane Hatler, who sought divorce Jtr^Dna fiidwrd Batler, the respond ent, "Who^is serving * term of imprison hicut. Ttiry .arose out of a previous divctree easa Sutler attended, trader a writ of habeas corpus, and said he could i&ti few iikmients. Hp all alon^ tiie line for the rake of his children, and to prevent the master frow being brought forward j «amrd h» present "wife. He informed Miis first' wife, who was ifiVe, that he vo&iiiiitted higawy when lieUWMTied the woman then in court. His Honor ordered the matter to ;ateiad,;over. .•■vy .. -

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERCOLONIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH] New South Wales. CABINET MEETING. THE UPPER HOUSE AND THE PREMIER. AN APPEAL TO THE PEOPLE. SYDNEY, December 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

(Br T«f,«nHAfH.] 3Bew South Wales. CABINET MEETING. THE TTFPEfi HOUSE AND THE PfiKMIElL AN APPEAL TO THE PEOPLE. SvojfEir, December 1L . fh« Cabinet dajf. fiuasin If** JinaniM by the Opprr fiotse having mipeued tbe P*tv l*tes' Dpties Bill,w|iich was discussed. Tbe ministers regard the position as har iiig leen completely changed by tbe attitode of -the h^isialive Council to one -of tbe (taxation measures of .<he<5pvem«»MJt . further. policy: fit the., Gov enuntflt.'vill bo arranged with a new of au early appeal to the fKOjJe. ' F«4ings nf jubilation have eapresBed by ope BHCtkin of ..the. people at tbetaruof events. They feel they would have an easy run for poiiti fsSl supremacy if an Ufetion took pkec j*hile the question was warm. Another nectjon commends the course of the JPtCmier W the wisest possible step. A, tke Prewwr ttitendi to give, the tipper House auoiier opportunity of doling with thefhll, .and - also to pro pose measures for the reform of the - Iie...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TAMBOURRAH. TAMBOURRAH CREEK, December 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

TAMBOUHHAH. (fboji ore osv.v cnbi;t:sfovdkxt.) TAMBorEE_iu Cheek, Derpniber I. Success lias not up to date attended the efforts of the Worlds Fair Co. in the sink ing for water. though the shaft is down about It*) feet, t'ne supply obtained is not near sufficient,- a ad as the country is both hard and contrary, progress is the reverse of rapid. The undertaking will be an ex pensive one. The" Brilliant has again started Work raising stone, and good progress is being made on flit? other holdings at work, notab ly the Western Chief, front which some very Cue stone has cf late been taken. The drive between their two shafts has been completed, and the timbering is about finished. When stopiflg is cotnmehced a large quantity of ore will quickly be at grass, as the country is +"cry kindly and easily worked. . Yesterday I was shown some capital specimens from the Kushnialtec, from which lease another crushing will pro bablr be ready early next year.

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PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

I'lLUAltKA GOLD FIELD. Garble bar. The Stray Sliot Company are now Lusily engaged Crushing a parcel of stone—which bears a very good tfppea'rance— at their battery, for Mr. Fletcher. The stone, which is expected to average well, was taken out of a protection area, on the General lease, which had beca abandoned some time ago. The Augusta Company's mill is at work putting through a parcel of stone from the Hohert Bruce, and, by all accounts, gives promise of a fair yield. A parcel of stone from the True Blue, and other leases, owned by the Stray Shot Company, will be put through their battery early next week. There is no douht that the popular manager of the Stray Shot Company (Mr. Hugh G. Neill), is deserving of a w ord of praise for the considerable amount of work done on that property, since he has held the reins cf managership, and for the way he has opened up the mine generally. We hoi>e Dame fortune will reward him for it. Glowing accounts still continue to pour in from Salga...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE ENGLISHMEN AGAIN UNFORTUNATE. STODDARD'S MOTHER DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

THE ENGLISHMEN AGAIN UN FOliTUNATE. STODDARD'S MOTHER DEAD. Mr. Stoddard, captain of tlie English team, received numerous telegrams of condolence from all quarters when it became known that he had received news of the death of his mother by cable" It was suggested that McGarry, the Essex amateur, who is at present in Sydney, should l>e inv ited to join the i t<ain if Stoddart stands out, but no steps have yet been taken.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE WATER RATE. PROGRESS COMMITTEE TAKES ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

THE WATER RATE, PROGRESS COMMITTEE TAKES' ACTION. On Fiiday morning last a- meeting of the Marble Bar Progress Committee Mas held at lattersall-s i-eoois to con sider the rate levied- Icy the Water Supply Branch for water supplied frour the local pumping Nation,- Mr. AIfred-: Eley occupying the chair , Tlie Chairman said that with regard' | to the charge of haif-a-crovvn per^ 100 gallons, and for residents* and travellers' stock, he thought that, considering the easy way water was obtained here, the' above charge was altogether dispr'opor j tionate. He thought they should u-le i graph the member for the district ask j »»g 'dui wait upon the Commissioner' for Public Works and explain the posi tion fully to hiui. Mr. McDonald said that on Southern1 goldfields there was a difficulty in ob taining water, hut here half-a-crowm was levied for merely hauling the water ' from the well. : Mr. Cooke considered that as Marl.Ie j Bar was the centre of the Pil j barra gold held, and if such am e...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING NEWS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. FIRST TEST MATCH. POSTPONED TILL SATURDAY. UNPROPITIOUS WEATHER THE CAUSE. SYDNEY, December 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

SPORTIPIG NEWS. (Bv Telegraph.) THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. FIRST TEST MATCH. POSTPONED TILL SATURDAY. UNPROPITJOUS WEATHER THE cause. Sydney. December 10. Owing to the soaked condition of the Sydney cricket-ground, the test match, j which was to have begun on Friday last, was postponed to noon on Satur- ' day. This decision was arrived at at a meeting held this afternoon, when Major WardilJ totally disagreed with; it, but the consideration of others than those of the cricketers appear to have prevailed. McLeod, after having inspected the wicket, said that if a start were made to-morrow, the match would be over by Saturday night. The authorities of the ground, who are financially interested in the tour, hold a similar opinion to that of McLeod, and Major \Vardill is in the hopeless minority of one, but at an outside meeting, however, many were on the side of tho Major. Both umpires thought the game should be played as arranged. Jim Phillips, standing alongside the pitch, remark...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FEDERAL CONVENTION. (BY TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY, December 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

THE FEDERAL CONVEN TIOJS. (by telegb&ph.) Sydney, December IS. Arrangements are being made iof a conference of Premiers in Mel bourne to take place in a few days before the sitting of the Federation Convention iu Jaunary next. Mr. George Reid states that a number of subjects are to he con sidered, including the question of unification as regards the infJaK of aliens. It was also decided that a meeting of the Finance Committee, appointed by the Federal Convention^ shall Us held at the same time.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RANJI. RECOVERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

BANJI. RECOVERING. Prince Ranjitsinbji left Armidale to night for Sydney, having improved much in health.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PRACTICE INDULGED IN. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

PRACTICE INDULGED IN. Both teams are indulging in practice to-day. ;

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MATCH STARTED. PERFECT WICKET. LARGE ATTENDANCE. SPLENDID STAND MADE BY THE ENGLISHMEN. December 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

THE MATCH STARTED. PEKFECT WICKET. LAKGE ATTENDANCE. SPLENDID STAND MADE BY THE j ENGLISHMEN. Decern Wr 14. The first test «natch, l>etween the j team of English cricketers and a repre- j Bentativeeleven of Australia, was begun t on the Sydney cricket ground, on j Monday last. The uiatch should have j started last Friday, but on account I of the inclemency of the weather, was j postponed. There was an immense at- . tendance watching the game, and the j wicket, notwithstanding .. the recent j rains, was in perfect order. Ran jit- j sinhji, who. was not expected to tuke part in the first match, owing to illness, | decided to play at the last moment, whilst Stoddart, who had received bad j news, stood out. The Englishmen, in j their first innings, put up the enormous total of 551 runs, whilst the Austra lians, in their first attempt, gave I a very feeble exhibition of cricket, and only managed to compile 237 runs, thus necessitating a follow-on.

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