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MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 25 February 1898
MINING. ? PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. The owners of Wjruan's show— Messrs McGrath and party, are still on good stone, and expect to have a parcel ready for the battery shortly. On Tuesday last a ".start was made fit the Stray Shot- battery on a parcel of 28 tons of stone from Taiga for Mr. P. Fiuocane. A good result is looked forward to, and we hope it will come off. . After the Taiga crushing is completed, it is the intention of the Stray Shot Company to put through a small parcel of stone from the old stopes in the True Blue claim. "i*!. From Taiga we hear that good devtlopemental "Work is taking place on Messrs. McPhee Brothers' claim, but nothing sensational has occurred lately, with the exceptiou that a few small slugs have been picked up in the gully. Good developmental work has been taking place for the last three weeks on the True Blue claim, owned by the Stray Shot Company, and early this week the reef was cut in the new main shaft, at a depth of 68 feet. Crushing on a parcel of 14...
PILBARRA ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 25 February 1898
PILBARRA ROADS BOARD. ♦ A meeting of the Pilbarra Roads Board was held at Host Elliotts' Tattersalls' rooms, 011 Friday evening last, the most important busiuess being the discussion on the annual grant. There were present:—Messrs. A. Eley (chairman), W. H. Cooper, A. Elliott. L. J. Cooke, C. McDonald, A. McKinnon,and S. Tindall (sec.) The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence was read dealing with several matters of interest from the Registrar General, and the secretary was instructed to fill in all necessary information required on the forms sent, and submit them to the next meeting. Mr. L. J. Cooke proposed, and Mr. C. McDonald seconded, ' That the secretary be instructed to communicate at once with the Under Secretary of Lands anent the Nullagine-Marble Bar road plan.' Several letters were received from the Public Works Department, one being from Mr. Jull (the Under Secretary) requesting the Board to forward, at as early a date as convenient, the au...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 25 February 1898
J22 Reward. A REWARD of £2 will be gircn to any person who will deliver to the undersigned, one CHESTNUT MARE* branded 2x2 on near shoulder. W. HOLLY, Post Office, Marble Bar. Notice of Application for Auriferous Lease. j No. 77~jVTOTICE is. hereby .given that we, tli^ ll( undersigned, hare mkAe application this day for a lease under the Goldfields Regulations of ground known as " Golden Eagle," containing 12 acres, commencing at a peg about 150 feet northwest of datum peg of abandoned lease 71, thence 10 chains south-East of datum line, thence 12 chains south-west, thence 10 chains north-west, thence 12 chains to starting point, and including ground lately comprised in Lease 71. As w itness our bands aud seal at Nullagine this 31st day of January, 1898. F- J. K. HAY P. JOHNS ALF. ROYER. FOE. SALE. CONGLOMERATE HOTEL. Nulla/ gine, with Billiard Table, Outbuildings, Stockyards, Detached Cottage, Lemonade Machine, etc.:, etc. Axso LARGE STORE (stock at valuation), both in good p?sitio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 25 February 1898
^Lklaifce ^teamsljip Co. LMtTEUREGULAR STEAVL SERVICE TO NOR"-WEST PORTS. ROYAL MAIL LINE (coder contract to the west Australian Government). Low Sates and Fares. Coastal Mail Line to and from Fremantle. FIKST sailings for Nor"-West Ports as under i— s.s. AJJSAJSTY, (1000 tons burthen) ? UNRIVALLED, RAPID, and COMMODIOUS PASSENGER and CARGO STEAMERS, replete with every modern convenience, sail regularly (circumstances permitting) from Fremantle, at least weekly (united as sften as possible to connect with the s-s. Albany), foe— Dunbniy Hamlin Melbourne Vasse Albany Sydney Quindalup Adelaide And Qaeeashnd Ports. Special Service to Western Australia. Roomy and well-ventilated steamers, speedily adapted and fitted for the Stock Carrying Trade, under the Adeuidb SrKULSHip Co.'s supervision, run regularly between Southern Ports and Nor"-West Ports, bringing Stock, Cargo, Explosives, Vand Coal for all Nor"-West Ports, return. ing to Fremantle from Derby or Wyndham dinct Cargo for Port lie...
Queensland. THE QUEENSLAND BANK FRAUD. PROCEEDINGS TO BE TAKEN. Brisbane, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 25 February 1898
Queensland. THE QUEENSLAND BANK FRAUD. PROCEEDINGS TO BE TAKEN. The Grown Prosecutor, Mr. Mansfield Rutledge Jainiesou, has presented his report to the Attorney Geueral upon the questions in connection with the Queensland National Bank, which has been submitted to them by his direction. Brisbane, February 22. The Attorney General, on this report, has directed that proceedings he instituted against the late directors and .auditors of the hank. The proceedings will be taken in the first instance for offences under section 89 of the Larceny Act, secondly, for conspiring to coinuiit those offences, and thirdly, for conspiring to defraud and deceive the shareholders of the bank and the public by I false representations as to the bank's J solvency.
INTERCOLONIAL. New South Wales. THE RAINFALL. SERIOUS DAMAGE TO THE SYDNEY WATERWORKS. Sydney, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 25 February 1898
■ 1 1 - ! INTERCOLONIAL. j STew South Wales. THE RAINFALL. SERIOUS DAMAGE TO THE SYDNEY WATERWORKS. Sydney, February 17. Telegraphic communication has been restored, and reports show that the rainfall extended all over the colony. The South coast received the greatest share. At Camden, flood water, which rose 27 feet above the branch railway bridge, is subsiding. The outlying districts report heavy losses of stock, and at Kirk ham estate, several brood mares and foals were drowned. The most serious news is that of the heavy flood waters in the 'Kepean river. A wave burst the cataract dam at the head of the Sydney Water Supply Works, which was very substantial, but the waters rose rapidly, rushing 16 feet over the dam, when it began to give ouly five feet of structure at either end of the dam, which is now left. This accident will not interfere with the Sydney water supply.
GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 25 February 1898
GENERAL NEWS. London, February 19. The Transvaal Executive has dismissed Judge Kotze, Chief Justice of the Republic, for repudiating an agreement between judges and executive, under which a formal undertook nut to question the judicial functions of Velksraad. London, February 21. The Kaiser has informed the military that the German army is now almost entirely supplied with Kxupp's new artillery, each gnu being capable of throwing twelve shells a minute. It is also stated that France is constructing 6ve thousand caunon guns, capable of throwiug shells with equal rapidity. The total cost of these guns for the Republic will be tea millions, bat so far only oue thousand are ready for nse. Earl Wemyss, in the Honse of Lords, has nrged for the adoption of a system of ballot for the maintenance of the full strength of the military, which he declared was, at the present time, thirty thousand men below the standard. Harness Eandown, Secretary of State for the War Department, said tbct he dec...
A REMARKABLE FRAUD. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 25 February 1898
A REMARKABLE FRAUD. A sensation has been caused in Sydney by disclosures which indicate an extensive fraud, perpetrated on a number of citizens, in connection with what is known as the Atmospheric Gas Company. On January 13th the patent was applied for by George Washington Lee, Frank Elliott, and George T&thani, who declared the nature of their invention to be a process and an apparatus for the manufacture of inflamatory gas and composition materials used therein. The syndicate formed shares, which were put on the "market, at £10 each. The experiment was conducted with such astuteness, that the alleged invention was received with enthusiastic endoisetuent, with the result that shares rose to £70. A sudden disappearance of Lee chadded the shareholder's dreams, and Lee's defection, followed by Elliott's investigations, disclosed a remarkable fraud. Warrants were issued for the arrest of the alleged iuventors.
A FATAL ACCIDENT. Sydney, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 25 February 1898
A FATAL ACCIDENT.. Sydney, February 22. A sensational accident happened at St. Mary's Cathedral, which unfortunately, was attended with fatal results. Some time past the workmen employed in Wilding the tower to top the Cathedral, had the materials for their use swung up by means of a crane to a distance of., 120 feet. The work was carried on without accident, but this morning the coupling cage, employed to carry the material to the scaffolding aloft, collapsed when it reached the height of seventy feet. Two men were riding in the cage at the time, and they, with bricks, stonc4 and mortar; were precipitated in a confused mass to the ground. One man named laeslie, was killed instantly, but the second man, J>rory, escaped with a broken leg and severe contusions and cuts about the face and body. It is thought that he will live. It is somewhat remarkable that Drury was badly injured some months ago when working at the new markets in George street.
PUBLIC MEETING AT MARBLE BAR. RE CONSTRUCTION OF THE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 25 February 1898
PUBLIC MEETING AT MARBLE BAR. j RE - CONSTRUCTION OF THE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [ On Wednesday evening last, a large number of townspeople congregated at I TattersaU's rooms, the occasion being i the holding of a public meeting, which ! was called for the purpose of forming a new Progress Association, and discussing several important public matters concerning the district. It must be admitted that through the untiring efforts and energy of the Progress Associations in the past, the Pilbarra district has received very fair treatment at the hands of the Government, and the formation of the new Association, received enthusiastic support from all present. There is no doubt, that such a body is necessary for the district in more ways than one, and without it, the goldmining industry together with the interests of the people as well as the district, would not be properly represented. With the reformation of this Association, it is to he hoped that every member enrolled, will take an active...
STABBING AFFRAY AT COSSACK. A JAPANESE WOMAN THE VICTIM. BREACH OF PROMISE THE CAUSE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) Roebourne, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 25 February 1898
STABBING AFFRAY AT COSSACK. A JAPANESE WOMAN THE VICTIM. BREACH OF PROMISE THE CAUSE (BY TELEGHATff.) Roebonrne, February 19. On Wednesday night a suhurb of Cossack, in which a coloured section of the population reside, was thrown iiito a state of disorder, l»y a savage and brutal attack with a double-l»Iadi-d pocket knife, being made by a J apanvse man named Horia, upcn Masaria, a woman of the same nationality. As far a§ can be gleaned, it appears Horia became enamoured of a yoong woman, and so far uiade winning of lier object, and bis desire; that he had entered into arrangements to liquidate a debt due by her, that precluded her • froa* leaving the house of which she was an ittinafce. It is believed Horia had induced her to decide to go with hiin to Balla Balldr but for ."^Mue reason, which has nofctranspired, the damsel revoked her promise; This infuriated Horia to sucfir an extent, that ia sheer d> speration, he drew forth a pocket knife w ith a blade at each end, and openin...
A DEATH-BED RESURRECTION. ANOTHER PRESENT-DAY MIRACLE. DOCTORS BEWILDERED, FRIENDS DUMBFOUNDED. SENSATION IN PEARL BAY [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 25 February 1898
A DEATH-BED RESURRECTION. ANOTHER PRESENT-DAY MIRACLE. DOCTORS BEWILDERED, FRIENDS DUMBFOUNDED. I SENSATION IN PEAKL BAY. 1 1 I Our reporter called at the home of Mrs. Nelson, wife of Mr. J. D. Nelson, proprietor of the popolar Pearl Bay (Sydney) pleasure grounds, and lessee of Glontarf and its fine pavilion and surroundings. Mr. Nelson's name is admirably known in this particular, and his Wednesday evening excursion to Clontarf, and his Sunday trips to both there and Pearl Bay are not only always well attended, hut are conducted with the greatest degree of good management and eclAT. Our reporter's mission was to find out if the reports he had heard respecting Mrs. Nelson were true. Mrs. Nelson's tuneful voice at 1 once proclaimed her hearty welcome to the scrilte, and he was forthwith at e«ce with this most kiudhearted of ladies. Do you know that in the past 15 years, she observed, I have spent £200 in tonics, cures, and patent medicines without receiving the slightest benefit or s...