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OUR GOLD PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

OUR GOLD PROSPECTS. There is no doubts during the past few months, Pilbana Go'idtleld has been, like the Southern fields, in a state of ntter depression, but this seems to be almost over at the present time, and we may now confidently look forward to a revival in our gold mining industry — an industry which everybody will admit is the backbone, not only of this district, hut cf the eolony at large. It will be remembered that a feu- years ngo Pilbarra Goldfield was prosperous, and oonld hold her own with any in the colony. Our population was very large, our mines all in full swing, the batteries humming, and we were eagerly looked to for onr monthly share towards the gold returns, which was always contributed in four figures. Since that time a sudden change has come—a dark clond was thrown over our prospects— many miners left, exemptions have been galore, and several mines closed down, the place thus being left in a j doll state. Such j is not the case at present however, for wo find...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL. New South Wales. MAGNIFICENT RAINFALL. Sydney, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

INTERCOLONIAL New South Wales. MAGNIFICENT BAIN FALL. Sydney, January 13. W w/ » ^ A magnificent rainfall, extending over 100,000 square miles of territory in New South Wales, took placo during i last night and to-day. The rain came j into the colony in the north-west corner j from Queensland, and passed thence | right across the colony to the coast, j taking a south-easterly course to the j Murrumbidgee. Laehlan, Murray, and Lower Darliug territory. It appears, ! however, that it was still raiuing outside the southern track when the record came in this morning. It is thought by the Government Astronomer -that the downpour might extend to the southern districts.

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THE DREYFUS SCANDAL. COLONEL PICQUART ARRESTED. EMILE ZOLA TO BE PROSECUTED. A NEW TRIAL FOR EXILE DREYFUS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) LONDON, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

THE DREYFUS SCANDAL. COLONELfPIGQUAHT AR-.. BESTED. EMILE XOI.A TO. BE PROSECUTED. A NEW TRIAL FOR EXILE | DREYFUS. i (bt telegraph.) London, January 15. The Dreyfus scandal still continues to be the absorbing topic of interest in France. Smile Zola has denounced the decision of the conrt which acquitted Major Esterhaxy of having had treacherous relations with a foreign power, and the well known novelist further chaiges General Billott, the Minister of War, and several other generals, with haviug conspired to obstruct the proofs of innocence of Captain Dreyfus coming to light. Colonel Picquart, the head of the Intelligence Department in the War Office, who was the chief witness at the trial of Major Esterliazy, has been placed under arrest. Eater. The Government have decided to prosecute Kmile Zola for charges made agaiust General Billott and other military officers. The Chamber of Deputies, after a stormy debate, approved by a majority of 190, of the attitude taken by the Governmen...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

| LOCAL AND GENERAL. i i The Hospital—There are only tm"o j eases in I lie Marble Bar hospital at i present. j Talga jS'ews.—Heary rains are reported j from Taiga, where feed and water is i»k.*u; I if id. } Kaix — Sixty points of rain fell at Nnlj lagine last Friday evening. The country j around bears a splendid appearance. ! Cookgax Station.—Nice rains are reported to have fallen on Wednesday evening at Coongan Station.. Retfbk of P.e. Hattie.—Police-constable Hattie, who has been away in Perth in connection with the Bebdhu cose, arrived in Marble Bar on Friday last. Thunderstorm. — A severe thunderstorm, accompanied by a terrifii: gale of wind, passed over the town on Friday evening last, but we were aot favoured with even a drop of rain. Mine Manager ill.—Wo regret to learn that during the past week Mr.-Tri! dt-nniek (manager of tho \ftgusta mine), lias been eontined to his bed through illness. . Federation.—Once again our delegates to the Federal Convention have taken their depa...

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OBITUARY. THE RIGHT HON. VILLIERS DEAD. LONDON, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

OBITUARY. j THE BIGHT HON. VILLIEBS DEAD.1 i London, January 16. The death is announced of the Right Hon. C. P. Viiliers, P.C., father of the House.1 of Comtnous, at the ripe age of !Hk .■ [The Right Hon Charles Pelharn J : ViUiers, P.O., brother of the late Earl j ; of Clarendon, born Jan, S, 1802. and ; j educated at St. John's College, Cant- 1 bridge, was called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn in 1827. He has been an examiner in the Court of Chancery and a PooivIaw Commissioner, was a Magistrate and Deputy-Lieutanant for Herts, and has been one of the tneipbers in the House of domiuons for Wolverhampton] since 1835. He joined the Liberal Government, and was appointed JudgeAd vocate-Geueral in 1853 ; was President of the Poor-Law Board, and became a member of Lord Palmerston's second administration in 1859. Mr. ViUiers, as an independent Liberal j member, was one of the most able and , eloquent leaders of the anti corn-l^w agitation, und to the triumph of the cause his earnest speeche...

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MINING. PALBARRA GOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

MINING. j P1LBARRA GOLDFIELD. ! MARBLE BAR. A parcel of 19 tons of stone from the True Blue and Stray Shot mines, was put j through that Company's battery last week, j and gave the fnir yield of 22oes. Another i crushing will take place shortly- i Glowing necounts eontinub to pour in from Yandicoogina, and all the " shows " in that locality are looking well. It is beliered tlie day is not for distant when an extraordinary discovery will he made at Yandicoogina, which gives .great promise at the present time, of turning out well. From Messrs. Fletcher and party's] claim on the General reef, another crush1i»g is being prepared, ana the owners expect it to top the last one by several onnces. Good development work is taking place on this ground, and great things may be expected to result before longIt is to be hoped that after the expiration of their exemption, the Augusta Company will again make another bid for success. Tberc is some really good-looking Stono in several of this Company...

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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

j GENERAJi NEWS. . j i Lovdok, January 10- j A despatch from New York states j that the United States Government ! have allowed Canadian goods to pass | through the Alaskan frontier for the j Yukon fields without paying duty. A fire has broken out at Messrs. Hetrich & Go's, chemical works. Glasgow. Duriug the fire a loud explosion took place, which resulted in four firetueu being killed and two seriously injured. The fiiemen were at work on the upper storeys when the explosion precipitated them to the bottom of the building. Reports from Montreal state that mauy members of the Cauadiau Militia are volunteering fur service in Eastern Asia in the event of trouble. . i January 12. The Monte ^Carln Company have I undertaken to pay Prince Albert of ! Monaco au additional sum of one million two hundred and eighty thousaud pouuds iu order to secare: the continuation of their contract up to 1947. The Antwerp wool sales were opened yesterday. There was a large attendance, and the com...

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TAMBOURRAH. TAMROUBRAH, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

! TAMBOUBRAH (FBOU Otm OWN COREESPOXnF.NT.) I Tamrofbrah, January 12. i I Mr. Clarke's find down Tambourrah I Creek, has induced several people to do a little desultory prospecting in that direction, with the result that several lodes I have been discovered which may prove valuable. Yesterday I was shown some nice go'den stone found by Mr. C. Watson whilst others have brought in good samples which show a good deal of gold. ZS one of -the shows lately prospected, are ut any ^reot distance, so that iliey are suro to have a trial which it is to be hoped may result in success. From Clarke's claim, very rich stone i* siiil being obtained and dollied, but so far developments do not indicate the likelihood of anything really permanent being there. From the Pilendini lease, about twentynine ounces was dollied by the tributers for a months'work- There's gold in, the reentry yet I Contrary to what was hoped on the manager's, return from Hoe bourne, the Imperial Company has not re-started at W...

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LABOUR TROUBLES IN GREAT BRITAIN. THE EMPLOYERS' FEDEUATION TAKE ACTION. LONDON, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

I _ Labour Troubles in Great Britain. THE EMPLOYERS' FEDEUA TION TAKE ACTION. i London, January 16. The Employers' Federation are indisposed to yield a single point to the London engineers' overtnres. The engineers hare been asked to withdraw their demand for an eight honrs' day, and accept the employers' management and proposals ou the subject. Certain modifications have been declined. The Employers' Federation resolved that a unanimous and simultaneous settlement was required, and also will insist ou the terms of the last conference. January 18. Many engineers are breaking away from trades- unionism and accepting the employment of their wasters' terms. The allied unions are said to be subscribing reluctantly and illiberally to the strike fund. j The engineers in London have | withdrawu their demand for an eight j hours' day, and it is probable a : settlement of the strike is now with- j in view. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

CLEARING SALE. THE undersigned, wiidling to dose his Saddlery Lnsinsss, is now offering lh» whole of his stock, including— Pack Saddles, Siding Saddles, Bridles, ' Girths, Whips, Racing Saddle and < Bridle, Saddle Serge,.Collar Check, j - Assorted Buckles, Hobbles and" Chains, Valises. Sides of Leather. • Basils.' Collar Pads, Spider Hooks, ! -v Lady's Biding Saddle, and sundries . too numerous to particularise, at Less than Cost Pbice, Eon CASK- ' Inspection invited. J. C. Las also lines of Store Sheep, Cattle, and Horse teams for sale. lists on application. For full particulars, apply JOHN CRAWFORD. Auctioneer. DlBsolntion of Partnership. T^TOTICK is hereby given that the 1^1 partnership hitherto existing between Chablee A- N. McDonald. Fbebebick LFjbheb, aud Fbedebick W. Shells. trading as McDonald, Fisher & Co., Storekeepers, Marble Bar. has been dissolved by mutual consent. In future the business will be carried on by C. A- N- McDonald and F. L. Fishkb. to wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

^bciaibc jlfcamsljip Co. limited. REGULAR STEAM SERVICE TO NOR'-WEST PORTS. ROYAL MAIL LINE {under contract to the west Australian Government). low Sates and Pares. Coastal Mail lane to and from Fremantle. FIRST sailings for Nor'-West Ports as under:— S-H. ALBANY, (1000 tons burthen) . I . *J£RIVALLKDT RAPID, and COMMODIOUS PASSENGER and CARGO STEAMERS, replete witii every modern convenience, sail regularly (circumstances permitting) from Fremantle, at least weekly (united as often as possible to connect wilb the s.s. Albany), for— Banbury Hamlin Melbourne Vaase Albany Sydney Qnmchilup Adelaide And Queensland Ports. Special Service to Western Australia. Roomy and well-ventilated steamers, speedily adapted and fitted for the Stock Carrying Trade, under the A delude oTEaiisBip Co.'s supervision, run regularly befireen Soutberu Ports and Nor'-West "nnging Stock, Cargo, Explosives, and Coal for all Nor'-West Ports, returndireeL fr°m DerbIr or Wyndham Ca^o. for Port Hedland, Condon, Ball...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

departures. Janrtary 14.—Albany. s.k.. frost Cossuck. for OhsIow. January 15.—Albany.s r.. from Oaslow, for Caraarron. January 18—Sultan. s.s., from Frcjuentlr, for GemWton.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. Jamwry It.—Albany, s.s„ at Cbssaric, from Broome. January IS.—Sultan, s.s.,n.t Gerribhoo, from Pre muni le.

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THE KLONDIKE GOLDFIELDS. A GREAT RUSH. THOUSANDS HOUND FOR YUKON. LONDON, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

THE KLONDIKE GOLD-! FIELDS. A GREAT RUSH THOUSANDS HOUND FOB YUKON. London, Jan nary 18. Letters received from New York vindicate an enormous rash to Klondike. Five American Railway Companies arc reported to have booked 45,000 passengers, while two of the Pacific Steamship Companies are credited with having provided accommodation for 25,000 passengers. Scores of sailing vessels are also reported to have sailed from the East coast iof the United States to Victoria, in British Columbia, via Cape Horn.

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AFRICAN AFFAIRS. SOUTH AFRICA. LONDON, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

African Affairs. SOUTH AFRICA. "Lokdctn, Jannary 16. Mr. Milner, British High Commissioner "for Sooth Africa, will skortly forward to Mr. Chamber laia an address freu) the Africander Baud, urging rho necessity tor ftil British deep-sea rubles that. Sooth Africfl proposed (which whs hu alternative to the Pacific cable scheme) is that the cable should be laid betweeu Eugland and Australia via Sierra Leone, Capetown, and Mauritns.

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ANOTHER WESTRALIAN LOAN. A 'THREE-PER-CENTER.' (BY TELEGRAPH.) London, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

another westraeian loan. A «THREE-PER-CENTER.' (by tklkgeafh.) I London, January 14. Tenders for the Western Australian three per cent, loan of XI,000,000, for which the minimum was fixedat X95, «as opened to-day. The amount of subscribers was three .millions. Tenderers at X96 4s. get 49 per cent, of the amount applied for. The highest tender was XI01 3s 6d.. and the lowest X95. Under these circumstances* the average price for the loan will exceed X97.

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PROTESTATIONS FROM RUSSIA AND FRANCE. January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

PROTESTATIONS FROM RUSSIA AND FRANCE. & Jannarvl8. Tlie Russian and French ministers at Pekiu have foru\-aHy objected to Great Britain's proposal in favour of opening the ports of China. The Chiuese Government chiefly fears the Russian opposition. The 'Times/ dealing with the British loan proposals, declares that all sides freely acknowledge that the basis of TLotd flalisbury's negotiations is statesmanlike, and in harmony with the best traditions of the . British policy .

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SPORTING NEWS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. Third Test Match. AUSTRALIA AGAIN VICTORIOUS. BY AN INNINGS AND 15 RUNS. ADELAIDE, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

SPORTING NEWS. (By Tklegrapk.-} THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. Third Test Match. AUSTRALIA AGAIN VICTORIOUS. . BY AN INNINGS AND 15 RUN&, Akuise^ Jimuanr l:4. The third teat match between England and Australia, commenced at . Adelaide on Frtdhy last, and after nearly two days- and a half at the wickets,, the Australians put. uptbm splendid score of 5J5 run?.. ' Darling played a splendid inningsFor 178 runs, which is the n-cord scorefor this season's test matches, lieating Ranji's. score in the first match l»y onerun. Hill, Gregory, Iredale, McLeod1; Noble. and Trum hie also performed well with the hat. The Englishmen in their first innings were all out for 278 roils, thus necessitating a follow-on—a performance which has now taken piace in tbetbrec matches played. The above match, which was concluded on WYduesday, resulted in another meritorious victoiy for Australia, by an innings and 15 runs, the Englishmen in their second attempt only making 282. The following are the s...

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THE LATEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

' THE LATEST. I&cre u-as ^ l>ull movement in <Tog tpeet yesterd&r, the price closing at 68 cents, above the "opening figure. It is supposed to bo due entirely to professional Speculation. - Dawson Pettil>oiie bu finished his now well in the rear a£ his kitchen. It now has 11 £i«tof ii^e-water in it, and he lfas washed ovi-r 84,000dols in dust from the diit lakc* V&t. I The high wi ad-yesterday raised cpn! sideralje. dust. Jack LpckenhilL, who was oat on the £1 Dorado road with his team, says he was nearly blinded with it. When he came home hecoagjhed up 84,000dols. One of our greatest needs is street sprinkling. Bat Jacobs made a pretty good strike on the Little Juniper this week. He Struck plenty of gold' at a depth v£ three feet, bat "as the knops were too big to carry, he closed Up tbe hole and Las staked another claim, farther Hpthw cree^. Large numbers of dead catfish arc seen floating in the river every day. When examined it is found th...

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TELEGRAMS. [BY CABLE.] EASTERN TROUBLES. BRITISH GUNBOAT SENT TO HAINAN ISLAND. TO PETECT THE FRENCH. THE PRESS STILL COMMENTS LONDON, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

TE LEG RlOtS [BV CABI.K.] Eastern Troubles. BRITISH GUNBOAT SENT TO HAINAN ISLAND. TO PETECX THE FRENCH. THE PRESS STILL COMMENTS Lovdok, Janaarv 13. i The British gunboat Swift, 870 j tons, lias heen ordered to Hainan Island, to the sooth of Chiua, with i instructions to watch the movements of tlie French, who are reported to have occupied that island. 14ie Japanese press is constantly discnssiug the advantages of the alliance between Great Britain and Japan. The military part in the country is also inciting an active policy in connection with the recent European operations on the Chinese coast. The * Cologne Gaxettc ' is responsible for the statement that Kiao Chan is mainly occnpiod by Germany for commercial reasons. It seeks to remove the impression that there is any iuteution ou the part of Germany to establish a monopoly atthe port of Kiao Chan to exclude foreigners.

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