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THIS AND THAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

| THIS AND THAT. 1 • —♦ ■ . I {By Ediwekawa.) . r-,(m, Thus the ' Northerir Public Opinion ' on turkey-shooting The wild turkeys shot ,in .the Sor'-West during the ' past six monthsha& been phenomenal/-and a few wp^ks^bpckiy waa no unconatjiftU'thing to i hear of a party of "two of three S^oibSrVieh bagging fcwel ve *or'»fif tfcenv? of ' tb^se birds as the resolt of jDne 'dfty>s~buting with^tbe gun, hut" amongst the tales told by sportsmen' few.baii compare with an incident which occurred at Cossack on Saturday last. Four young turkeys were seen to fly over Cossack Creek and settle on the Strand in front of the Weld Hotel. In a few minutes they walked across the road and into the* bar-room .of the hotel, making for the water-hag there suspended. The doors ' were quickly closed, .and the featIier&d visitors were secured, being subsequently placed in a hen-coop, where they are ; expected to .wax fat in anticipation of their ultimate fate." * * * • ■ ■ This reminds u...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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MINING. TAMBOURRAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

MINING. TAMB6.UBRAH. | Er&ytfdng is very flat here at present, and likely to .remain so until Hie battery gels into, wocifiug order »pd crusbiog com* tnenees. ' f ' : — : —r J— Tbe locally constructed battazy—or Ghillian mill as it is calied here—is Hearing completion, the .work of excavating the bed being completed, though it still requires some levelling and smoothing off. The Vrofk is proving a rather larger order than eras at first anticipated. The company's manager has got the steam-pump down the main shaft in readiness for a start on the arriral of the piping, which is daily.cxpected. An. error crept into your return of gold for the last quarter of '96 for* this field. The Tambourrah return should read 86 tons for 193ozs. Much as thie well-wishers of this place would like your return to have been correct, it is perhaps better that the truth should be known, especially as even the reduced amount is by uo means a bad return. „ The granting of further exemption to the Imp...

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ALBANY TURF CLUB RACES. Perth, February 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

j ALBANY TURF CLUB ' RACES. Perth, February II. | The auauai Cup Race meetiug of the J Albany Turf Cluh was concluded yesterday. Jessie won the Railway Stakes, the principal event on the second day's programme ; and Lottie won the double -r-Turf Club nud Farewell Handicaps.

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INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. VICTORIA V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Melbourne, February 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

INTERCOmNIA^CXUCKk^ J > MATCH. VICTORIA T. SOpTH AUSTRALIA. Melbourne* Jfebrwary I4L Tfae above Match was couupeunrfi Melbourne on Saturday last,.a4jfd conr doded ea Tusdaj, resulting ia. a seasatiaoal finish^ Victoik wuuiiug k* 26 rans^ Following are the scares :— VicTceiA— First innings. McLeod st Evans- 32 Worrall h Jones. — — "Z5 TruiubLe e D&ihng b Evans- .— 4-$ McMichael b Reedman — 97 Graham h Jones — — Q> Trott R>w l> Ljo«»f__- — ... 6® Bruce e Darling b Evans — - ' 25 Stuckey not out ... — — 52 Fuller c Darling fe Reeduian — 8 Johns c Dre& c J&rvia ... — T Roche run mrt ... ... — ® Sundries ... «- 12 ! Total ... .„ —- 42® Second innings. Wo r rail Ibw ... ... — 12 McLeod b Jones ... ... ... 4 Trumble b Jones ... ... ... S* McMichael e MeKenzie b Jones ... 7 | Graham b Jones ... ... ... 1 I Trott c Lyons b Evans — — 11 | Bruce c Reedtnan b Hugo — 20 Stuekey c Jarvis b Lyons ... 2& Giller c MeKenzie b Hugo. ... 6 Roche c Hill b Hugo...

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THE TURF. NEWMARKET HANDICAP. Melbourne, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

THE TUEF. | NEWMARKET HANDICAP. Melbourne, February. 12. Amiable, the Newmarket favorite, nearly ehauged hands to<lay. A couple of prominent lK»okinakers offered £2,000 for her, and the offer would have been accepted but for a disagieeiuent al>out certain cpntingencies. A fair amount of business is lieiug done in the betting market over the Newmarket Handicap, and at the close of Tuttersalls Club 7 to 2 was the best price offered against the favourite. Resolute is quoted at 100 to 7, and 100 to 5 was offered bar two,

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THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. CONCLUSION OF MATCH AGAINST NEW SOUTH WALES. EASY WIN FOR THE WELSHMEN. Sydney, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. CONCLUSION OF MATCH AGAINST NEW SOUTH WALES. EASY WIN FOR THE WEI^HMENj, . Sydney, Fet>ruary 12. .7 The above match was " concluded on. Friday last, when New South Wales ^secured an easy win by 236 runs, n. ,' The fallowing are the scores :— --New Sooth Waijss. , First innings ... - ... ... 415 Second innings. IredalebHettnc ... ... ... 7 ; Donnan Hot odt ... ... ... 55 McKenziu c — b Mason ... ... 52 Pye ... - ..^r, >.. ... .... 31 Truinper ... ... ... r... "O Noble ■ , ... • ... — SO ^Gregory ... ... ... ... 171 Kelly c Hirst b MasoO ... ... 4 ~ JMcKibbin b Hearne ... 39 • , yv ;rto\.vtfl c Wainvvright b Mason ... 95 Nteweil not out ... ... ... 67 -Siirufries ... ... ... IT ; Total ... ... 574 'T 1. ENGIANB. CV/7... i * : :first innings ... ... ... 385 ' Second hmings. Wainwrightb McKffibin ... ... 68 McLaren t» Howell ... 140 Ranji. c McKibbui b Howell ... 44 Hayward ... ... "... ... €4 Hirst c Gregory b Noble-... ... 1 . HrnCe e Kellryrb No...

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A PECULLAR DECLARATION. ODD OATH OF AN HOTEL MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

A PECULIAR DECLARATION. ODD OATH OF AN HOTEL MAN. Mr. Sydney WoodvilVe, now employed at Yeomau's Agricultural Hotel, Haymarket, Sydney, to a reporter from the Sydney c Worker' said :—I shall be pleased to give yon an account of my cure by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, and I hope you will print it, as I believe there must be many people suffering in the way that I did, and who might he easily cared if they would only try the proper remedy. It was last summer that L was taken ill, whilst working for a well-known storekeeper at Rockhampton. It's a trying climate np there, and I overtaxed ray strength. Very gradually I began to lose my health. Work that I used to fiud quite easy, I could now only do with difficulty, and often I had to take a spell of five or ten minutes right in the middle of a job. My appetite, too, was very uncertain; sometimes I couldn't look at a meal, and the sight of food made me fed quite ill. What 1 did eat did me no good, and consequently I got thin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

Applications under the Mining on Private Property Act. Department of Mines, •- Perth, 20th January, 1898IT is hereby notified, for pnbjic information, that all applications received,since the publication in the Gov- | eminent Gazette of 14th inst. of the llegufatidns under the above Act will be considered in flic order of their priority, subject, h'Unever, to all equities which may have accrued in respect thereofr Persons by whom application was made before such publipntiou are hereby recommended to re-apply. By ojrder,. >HENRY C. PIHNSEP, , -jj Oudir Secretary for Mines. • ■ •' !. ——rrv A -il ~ ■ •' Western Australian Goldfields. . liEWAfiD roil THE DlSCOVKBY OF DeEP ' AtLUVIAL. Department of Mines, Perth, 20tb January, 1898. IT is ^hereby notified, for general in- J formation, as follows :—1 I 1. A reward of £"500 is offered to thej person who shall first discover gold i in alluvial at a depth below 30 feet from the surface of any land situate ' not less.than six miles from any...

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TOTAL WRECK OF A VESSEL. All. HANDS LOST. ROUGH WEATHER THE CAUSE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) Sydney, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

TOTAL WRECK OF A VESSEL. All. HANDS LOST. HOUGH WEATHER THE CAUSE. (BT TKLEGHAPH.) Svdner. February 15. Considerable consternation has been caused in shipping circles by the total wreck and loss of all hands on the brig Amy, on McCanley Beach, North Bulli, on Sunday, in a heavy gale, blowing in terriffic squalls. 25r. McCauley, who owns a farm bear the wreck, saw the brig struck lieavily by breakers iand driven on the beach. The sea threatened to break up the vessel, and the winchtu&n was seen to lower a boat, which was immediately swamped. The boat hung round a piece of wreckage for an hour, when it disappeared in tha seething waters. Others of the crew were on the rigging, mid three on the bowsprit, but these were washed pff&nd drowned. Numbers of miners and others assembled to render assistauce, but no help could be given, as with the gale and tremendous sea they could only stand on the beach and see the brig rapidly smashing up. and the crew drowned before their ...

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STATUTORY DECLARATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

STATUTORY DECLARATION. I, Sidney Woodvilie, of Yeoman's Agricultural Hotel, Haynmrket, Sydney in the colony of New Sooth Wales, do hereby solemnly and sincerely declare as follows: That I have read the testimonial hereunto attached, and the same is a true account of my illness and cure by Dr. Williams Fink Fills for Fale People. And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing the same to be true, and by virtue of the provisions of an Act made and passed in the ninth year of the reign of her present Majesty intituled ' An Act for the more effectual abolition of oaths and affirmations taken and made in the various departments of the Government of New South Wales, and to substitute declarations in lieu thereof, and for the suppression of voluntary and extrajudicial oaths and affidavits.' SIDNEY WOODYDuLE. Subscribed and declared at Sydney, this 19th day of Noveml»er, 1897, before me. JOSEPH HENRY COLONS, J.P. H&yinarket, Sydney. Thousands have been cured of paralys...

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AN AMERICAN STEAMER WRECKED. RETURNING FROM KLONDIKE ALL LIVES SUPPOSED TO BE LOST. (BY TELEGRAPH.) London, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 25 February 1898

AN AMERICAN STEAMER WRECKED. .. ♦ - — RETURNING FROM KLONDIKE ALL LIVES SUPPOSED TO BE LOST. (by telegraph.) Loudon, February 17. News 1ms beeu received that the steamer Clara Nevada, bound for Seattle, the capital of King County, Washington, has fouudered off the Alaskan coast. A large majority of the passengers were miners, returning from Klondike with their fortunes made. U'lie crew and 66 persons all told, are believed to have all been lost. The TrpwoiD Scabe.—According to the Fretnantle llcsident Medical Officer's report, it is stated:—"Only 42 deaths resulted during 1897 from typhoid ferer, and six from diplheria." Surely the Jl.M.O. does not consider that 42 deaths from one disease is as nothing, when compared with the population of Freinantle. We consider that this number is quite enough, and it shows plainly the negligence of the health authorities in the matter of keeping the place in a clean a°d healthy state. When will typhoid Ipare us P is a question always askedt but a...

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POLITICAL MATTERS IN GREAT BRITAIN. LORD HAMILTON ON THE INDIAN QUESTION. (BY TELEGRAPH.) London, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 25 February 1898

POLITICAL MATTERS IN GREAT BRITAIN. : ♦ LORD HAMILTON ON THE INDIAN QUESTION. (bv tklegrapq.) London, February 17. Lord George Hamilton, Secretary of State for India, replying to the attack of the opposition, said that the Liberal party, by the piopcsed amendment to the Address-in-Keply, has vetoed only a workable plan, it wah suggested by the Indian Govertrfaeut that unless the frontier tribes were under British control, it would be impossible to prevent them from committing outrages. In view of the liussiau advance, it was necessary to watch the Afghanistan border to attend in future to the administration of protective tribal countries, to exclude interference from outside in British spheres of influence, to adhere to the obligations entered into by the ludian Government, with the Ameer of Afghanistan, and to control and enforce British power over the, great trade routes leading to Afghanistan. The amendment was negatived by 311 to 208 votes.

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THE LONDON SCANDAL. LORD WILLIAM NEVILL SENTENCED. (BY TELEGRAPH.) London, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 25 February 1898

THE LONDON SCANDAL. LORD WILLIAM NEVILL SENTENCED, (by telegbaph.) London, February 19, The filial scene "in the London scaudal, Lewis v. Clay, was cuueluded to-day, by Lord William Nevill beiug sentenced to five years' penal servitude for fraud. The prisoner pleaded guilty to the charge of fraud, but not guilty to the charge of forgery preferred against hiin, and later on withdrawn by the Public Prosecutor. When sentence was pronounced, Lord WiJJiatQ appeared to be dazed. Immediately the warder touched hiui on the shoulder, he left the dock, and'was removed to Newgate, where lie was allowed an interview with his wife, in the presence of the governor of the prison, ile was afterwards taken to the Wormwood scrubs. . it —

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SPANISH CRUISER AT NEW YORK. THE QUEEN SYMPATHISES WITH AMERICA. London February 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 25 February 1898

SPANISH CRUISER AT NEW YORK. THE QUEEN SYMPATHISES WITH AMERICA. Loudon February 23. The Spanish cruiser Vizcaja has ar. rived at New York, and extraordinary precautions are being taken to ensure the safety of Princess Clementine. The Vizeaya is flying the American flag. . .iThe divers are going down to examine the hull of the cruiser MaineThe Spanish Government has acquiesced in the demand of the United States Government that there should be independent investigation as to the cause of the disaster. President McKinley has replied to the message of sympathy from the Queer, in connection with the disastrous explosion on the cruiser Maine, and stated that lie was di-pply touched with the Queen's sympathy, which the Americans greatly appreciate.

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THE INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 25 February 1898

THE INQUIRY. The authorities at Washington are insisting on independence at the inquiry which is to be made into the •cause of the explosion on the battle ship Maiue, which took place last week in the harbour at Havana, although they are williug to afford the Spanish Government facilities for making an additional examination of the mystery which surrounds the affair. Blanco Marqnis De Pena Plata, Governor of Cuba, is claiming tbe right of the Spaniards to send submarine divers with the Ainericau expedition.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 25 February 1898

Hakds aceoss ihe Sea—The money order transactions between Westralia and other countries, a return of which has just been published, shows that the enormous sum of £64,503 18s. 10d. was sent out of ilie colony during the month of January. The money was circulated in the following places;—United Kingdom, £4,005 ; South Australia, £10.000; Victoria, £32,051 lis. 8d.; New South Wales, £13.040 Is. lid.; Queensland, £2,000; Tasmania, £1,900; >rew Zealand £1,000; Germany, £50612s. j&dL 7 —THE— IjUbamt <@>olbGelb U'cfos. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 25.7898' "

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THE FUNERAL. London, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 25 February 1898

THE FtJNERAL, Loudon, February 21. Effusive sympathy has beeu expressed by the Spaniards with the Uuited. States Government in the loss of the Maine,. which has.eaused a feeling of strong irritation in America. An impression prevails that Spain is overdoing the role of a kiudly sympathiser. The victims of the disaster were accorded a public funeral yesterday, accompanied by a military display. The passage of the cortege was witnessed by thousands of spectators, and overwhelming grief was manifested at the natioual calamity which has befallen the United States. The spectacle was au impressive one, aud the closing of all theatres, aud the appearance of uewspapers in mourning boarders, were etnpasive of the feeling of sorrow displayed at the loss of bo many lives; It is considered that the explosion on thp submarine uviue, with which Havana harbor is honeycombed, caused the disaster. The United States Congress has voted two thousand dollars to be expended in the recovery of the bodies ...

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PUBLIC BATTERIES FOR PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 25 February 1898

PUBLIC B ATT E HIES FOE P1LBARRA GOLDFIELD. It will be remembered that a few weeks ago, the Secretary of the Marble Bar Progress Association, received a wire from our member, (Mr. Walter Itingsmill), to "the effect that the Government had promised to send two five-head batteries to Pilbarra Goldfield, aud be requested that a public meeting be called for thp purpose of deciding tbe most suitable sites for them. Siuce the publication of the above information, great interest has beeu manifested iu this question, and many ODinious expressed, and different localities suggested for the erection of these batteries. On Wednesday evening, a public meeting toot place for the purpose of re-orgauisiug the Progress Association (which lias beeu in a morbid state) so that immediate action would be taken in dealing not only with the batteries, but many other important public matters which have lately cropped up. - Considering the short noticegiven of this meeting, it argued well to find that a larg...

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A TERRIBLE SHIPPING DISASTER. AN EXPLOSION ON BOARD AN AMERICAN BATTLESHIP. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE. [BY TELEGRAPH] London, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 25 February 1898

A TERRIBLE SHIPPING DISASTER. AN EXPLOSION ON BOARD AN AMERICAN BATTLESHIP. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE, [BY telegraph Loudon, February 19. | A terrible disaster lias occurred to the United (States battleship, Maine, a first-class cruiser of 6,682 tons, which was ordered to Havana, on January '25, in order to pay a friendly call. An explosion took place on board the cruiser, which was lying in the harbor at Havana, and many sailors were killed and 200 injured. The massing force of the explosion was so great that ^ much damage -wes done to the city of Havana. Later information shows that the explosion took place at uiglit time, in the bow of the vessel under the men's quarters, and many sailors were blown iuto the .sea in their night clothes, but were rescued by boats of the Spauish men-of-war iu the harbor. j All" the officers of the Maiue escaped except two. The cruiser I was driven on to the bank, aud became enveloped iu flames. The Captain of the Maine seut to Washington a significant mes...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 25 February 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Bain at Nctxagine.—At Nullagiiie nice rains fell on Thursday, accompanied by a terrific blow. Talga News.—Good rains are reported to have fallen at Taiga last Monday, and the river is very high. Bain.—On Friday evening last heavy rain fell at Yandicoogina, an inch being recorded. The country around this locality looks splendid, and there is water in abundance. Bamboo Ckeek News.—Heavy rain is reported to have fallen at Bamboo Creek on Thursday morning, for five or six hours, and although the creek is not a banker, it is very high. Bain at Saujash.—Heavy, hut intermittent rains fell at Salgash on Sunday last, Supplying the miners with a longfelt want by filling up all the water-holes around the camp. The Mixing Inspector.—Mr Compton. of the Mines Department will, wc understand, accompany the Mining lu- , spector to Marble Bar, who is expected to ■ arrive at an early date. j The Bokboubne Postmastbr.—During j the past fortnight Mr. B- O. Tepper, the j esteemed postm...

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