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MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

| MINING. PILBAURA GOLDFIELD. ? A parcel of six tons of stone from the old slopes of the True Blue claim was put through the company's battery last week, and averaged fairly well. Good developmental work is taking place at Yandicoogina, and some good stone is being raised by Messrs. O'Brien and Strutton from their Trilby claim. News from Sharks is very eueourag ing. and Messrs. Adams and party are doing well. We have also heard that Messrs. McKenzie and Corhett have commenced operations, and expect to unearth some very rich stone. Splendid stone is being unearthed by Messrs. Fletcher and party from the General, and they anticipate raising 50 tons before taking it to the Stray Shot battery for treatment. The owners ex pect to have a handsome dividend from this crushing, as the stone is the richest yet obtained. Upon the recommendation of Mr, S. Tred innick, (manager of the Augusta mines,) to tlie mining expert recently sent out from England to report on this property, work on the sou...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE KOUYA WRECK. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

THE KOUYA WRECK. The Marine Board have concluded their inquiry into the loss of thesteanu-r Kouya, at Port Hacking, and found that the loss of the cossel was due to a wrongful act, and default of Captain Nicholson, in committing a breach of the regulations, in not going slow in thick weather.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

CAMELS! FOR SALE OR HIRE. PROSPECTORS EQUIPPED. EASY TERMS TO SUIT CLIENTS. Pnll particulars, apply BOB WALLACE, Seven-Mile Gate, Condon S. Tinclall and Co. BOOK-KEEPERS AND AUDITORS. Accounts' Collected. Commission* Egcectitexl. Francis Street TMT ARTtT.T! BAR Condon Coach Service. ! From Marble Bar to Condon, j and vice versa, in One * i and a Half Days. j E KEALY, | Coach Proprietor, i IS prepared to male the trip from Marble ! Btr to Condon, and rice versa, in one dny ! and a half should sufficient inducement , offer- Travellers also conreycd to Bamboo ; Creek, Ar- j AOBJTTS— Messrs. Cooper A Blanlon, Marble Bar. ' Messrs. Trame A Burner, Condon. SO j j | i>OK SALE.—Splendid Teaip, Dray ! J? (in first-class order), -anrfi Beven ! Draught Horses (young end guaranteed ' staunch). No reasonable offer will be j -refused. Apply j CAMPBELL, MOOBE A LOBD, j Just-in-Time. ' Or Mcdonald, fisheu a co, I Marble Bar. I — THE — Pilbarra Goldfield News. Published eTery Friday at Marble Bar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

£2 Reward. j ARE W Alii) oE £2 will be given to j any person who will deliver to the | undersigned. oat- CHESTS'VT MARE, j branded 2 x2 ou near shoulder. j ' W. HOLLY, Post Office, Marble Bar. ran satyr. CONGLOMERATE HOTEL, Nulla- j giue, with KlLird Table, Outbuild- \ tags, Stocfcjnrds. 1)elm-bed Cottage, i Lemonade Mactbie, etc., ete. i AlLSO [ LARGE STOKE (stock at valuation), | Lotb ta good position. ' For terms and particulars j Apply to j T. WALTERS, ! X uLLgine. ] Pilbarra. Bio ads Board. j WHEEL TAX. j 1 "VTOTICE is hercbj given that »R Fees j _i> for Cart and Carrwge- Licenses Cor j •lie Pilbarn Roads Board District are wow j due. and must be paid to- the undersigned ; on. er before the :kkh APRIL, 1898. ! S. TINDALL, j Secretary- | Marble Bar. | 2lst February, 1898. ; Application for a Wayside House Incense. To- the worshipful the Justices of tUe Peace, artiug m and for the district of Ftlbarra, i» Western Australia. I ANGUS MeKINNOX, now resid- ! y rag »t Tambowrrak. i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

^btlaibt ^tcamsltij Co. LI M ITEM REGULAR STEAM SERVICE TO NOB'-WEST PORTS. HOYAL MAIL LINE (nnder eontract fo the west. Australian Goverunieni). lot Sates and Pares. Coastal Mail Line to and front Fremantle. FIRST sailings for Nor'-West Ports as under: — • ■ _ sjb. albahy, (1000 tons burthen) UNRIVALLED. RAPID, and COM- j UODIOUS PASSENGER and CARGO j STEAMERS, replete with crery modem j convenience, sail regularly (circumstances | permitting) from Fremantle, at least weekly (united as 'jftea as possible to ! connect «ritb tbe s.s. Albany), For— Banbury Hauiliu Melbourne Yasse Albany Sydney j Quindalup Adelaide j And Queensland Ports. Special Service to Western j Australia. j Roomy and well-vcniilated steamers, ! speedily adapted and Gttcd for (be Stock Carrying Trade, under (be adelaide SfEUUflrr Co.'s supervision, run regularly between Soutiiera Ports aud Nor'-West Ports, bringing Stock, Caigo, Explosives, ■aid Coal for all JVoi'-IVcrt Ports, returning to Fmtuulie from Derby or W...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

DEPARTURES I Fe!»cuarT 26.—SuItxnT s.s.T from Browne, for Cossack. February 28.— Beadle, s.s., from Geraldtou, for Frciivantlo. March I.—Sultan, s.s_, from Onslow, for Carnarvon. March I.—Aastralindr s.s., from Carnarvon, for Ouslovr.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. February 25.—Australind, s.s., at tJeraldtoti, from Freittantk*. February 26.—Sultan, s.s , at Brooaie, from Derby. February 28 —Austrath*d» S.S., at Carnarvon. from Gfcraldton. March I.—Sultan, s.s., at Onslow, frora Cossack.

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SECOND DAY. Melbourne, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

SECOND DAY. Melbourne. March 2. Yesterday's racing passed off successfully, there, being a large attendance present. Following arc: the results :— Hurdle Race. Glondalkin 10.2 ... ... 1 Jack Horwell 11.12 „. 2 Shi-oak 10.3 ... 3' Won by three lengths in< 5^nrin. Ascot Valf. Stakes. Bobadie 8.10 (Morrison)? I Cordite 9.1- ... ... 2 Cocas-9.6? ... 3 Won easily by two'lengths in 1.18. AUSTRALIAN CLP. Da» i«Lon'« Ayrshire 8.3 (Cripps) 1 Clarke's Battalion 9b9 ... 2 W-. R- Wilson's A«rum 10.3 ... 3 At'- t^rrn for home-Ayrshire held a clear I< sub'of the field, and at lire distance Battalion ehitHengidi lire leader, but Ayi-sliire gamely iespor»dM< to Cripp's call, came away, and won by two lengths. Aurum ran a-gporilthird, and Waitabil was fourth-. Time 33^, Steeplechase; Whiniside 12.2 ... 1Mooney Lninella 11.3 Z' Tapage 11.7 ... ...- 3' Won easily by eight lengths in 3:181; Dondi fell. Junior Handicap. Ormuz 8.1 (Morrison) ... 1 Heretic 8.2 ... ... 2 Av...

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TERRIFIC HURRICANE AT NOUMEA. Sydney, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

TERRIFIC HURRICANE AT NOUMEA Sydney. March 2. On Thursday last. Mr. Clement Wragge, of the Qaeensl&ud Weather Bureau, in gmnd and eloquent terms, foretold a hurricane in the South Seas. He wrote our frierds the French, iu Hew Caledonia, who occupy a special position in the theatre of King Alolus, that there before th^ir very eyes, will Sana, t^e Storm Empress of the Pacific, $aon perform her marvellous ^volutious, land dance her wiliest step. Vetifica tion of rliis prediction came from Noumea, stating that a terrific hurricane occurred, thut the French l»ont Loyalty stink, that tin: ships Professor and Fulls of Garry were wrecked, and that damage was done all over the colony. The steamer Fiado had not arrived at Noumea, and much dnxietj' was felt for her safety. The gunl*>nt Loyalty, a French surveying i»oat of 105 tons, was of an obsolete type, aud armed with four magazine guns.

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THE TURF. V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. FIRST DAY. Melbourne, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

j TDE TURF. { V.B.C. AUTUMN MEETING. j FIRST DAY. I Melbourne, February 28. | The V.R.O. Autumn Meeting com j iiiwufj} on Sat a Hay. Fine weather prevailed, and there was a large attendance. Following are the results :— Hopetoux Stakes. Safety ... ... 1 Camainon ... ... 2 Heretic ... ... 3 Won by a head in 1.2 J. St. Legeb Stakes. Auruni ... ... 1 The Tola 2 Ketra ... ... 3 Won easily hy ten lengths in 3.12. NEWMARKET HANDICAP. Amiabie ... ... 1 Reaper ... ... 2 Sailor Boy ... ... 3 Won by three lengths in-1.14. Sires Pbodcce Stakes. CoHite ... ... I Co cos ... ... 2 • Bobtail ... ... 3 Won "by four lengths in 1.14 J. Essendon Stakes. Battalion ... ... 1 Ainlierite ... ... 2 Waitabit ... ... 3 Won by a length and a half in 2.37. Brunswick Stakes. The Pariesseue ... ... 1 Vakeel 2 Pinllre ... ... 3 Won by a length and a half in 2.9.

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INTERCOLONIAL. New South Wales. THE WRECK OF THE MINORA. Sydney, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

INTERCOLONIAL. Sew South Wales. THE WRECK OE THE MINORA. Svducy, Ft;l»ruary 28. 'live Newcastle Mariue Hoard gave their decidou today in the inquiry with regard to the foundering of the steamer Minora. The finding was that the fouudeiiug might have been caused by the bow and port sides of the vessel heing forced against two heavy seas, whereby a lot of water was shipped. Capt. Gallant was exonerated. The Board decided that on the arrival of the steamer Tangier, a letter should l>e sent to Captain I^eatb, enclosing Captain gallant's evidence regarding the action of the Tangier on thcniglit of the disUEjer, and giving him an opportunity of offering ou explanation.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

A LADY ATTACKED AND ROBBED AT BALLARAT. The following remarkable communication has reached us from the mining centre of Ballarat:—A" yoang lady, daughter of one of the oldest residents and miners, Miss Fanny Simpson, of Victoria street, says: I was attacked by the most excruciating pains in my sides, and vomiting which followed immediately after every meal. Mother took me to the hospital, and she was told my kidneys were affected. 'i'li:: doctor said I had inflammation of-the kidneys and incipient consumption ; hut the medicine he gave me relieved bjc only fur a time, and that in a moil thl was as had as ever. From that j time tmttl nine months since I have had a continual sequence of sicknesses, and have hecn entirely rohhed of good health. 1 have seen several doctors at different times, and one would describe my complaint as one thing aud another as something else. However, the last two seen decided I was suffering from Bright s disease of the kidneys, and commenced to t'eat me fo...

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THE MAINE EXPLOSION. ANXIETY IN NEW YORK. STOCKS FALLING. [BY TELEGRAPH.] London, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

THE MAINE EXPLOSION. ANXIETY IN NEW YORK. STOCKS FALLING. [bp telhgiiaph.] Loudon, February 17. Much anxiety exists in New York in cousequeuce of a report that another discovery has lieen made of a torpedo or inine explosion beueatli tlie battleship Maine. There has beeu a panic in VVaU-street, and stocks fell from J2 .poipts, though the Goverumeut officials still believe that the Maine explosion was accidental.

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EASTERN TROUBLES. CHINA AND GREAT BRITAIN. CHINESE INLANP WATERS TO BE OPENED TO FOREIGN TRADE. London, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

Eastern Troubles. CHINA AND GREAT BRITAIN. CHINESE INLANP WATERS TO BE OPENED TO FOREIGN TRADE. London, Febraarv 25. The Government of China 1ms given Great Britain the assurance that they will not give to any other Power any privileges in Yaugtse Kiang. China has also agreed to open all inland waters to foreign steamers within the nest four mouths, and liave pledged theuiselves to open Yokau as a treaty port within two years, and explained that it would be impossible to do so earlier, owing to the weakness of the Executive authority.

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TELEGRAMS. [BY CABLE.] THE SITUTATION IN INDIA. GENERAL LOCKHART AND THE AFRIDIS. NON - COMMISSIONED OFFICERS FROM CAVALRY AND INFANTRY AS INSTRUCTORS FOR THE DEFENCE FORCE. LONDON, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

TELEGRAMS. [nv CAULK, j The Situation in India. GENERAL LOCKHART AND THE AFRIDIK. N O N - COMMISSIONED OFFICERS FROM CAVALRY AND INFANTRY AS INSTKGCTORS FOR THE DEFENCE FORCE. Lomxw, Febrnarr 25. General LockliHrt, Commanderin-Chief of the Tirali Field Force, who recently obtained leave to visit England on fnrlgngh, has decided to delay hite departure iudefinitcly. He will personally conduct the Spring campaign against the Afridis. Reports from Pesthawur state that e^bry week increases the nnrabei!1 of tribal submissions. Th^'British War Office, at the request/ of the Colonial Government, liav^ selected eight non-com miseitaltied officers from the cavalry aud infantry regiments of line as instructors for the defence force.

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GENERAL NEWS. London, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

GENERAL NEWS. London, Febniaiv 25. Yesterday Lord Salisbury received privately a deputation, composed of representative merchants and shippers, who complaiued of the Freuch differential tariffs in West Africa. 1 The Premier piotnised. to make re- j presentations to the French tiovernmeiit 011 the subject, in the hope of | Bj?coritig a modification of the re- i strictions placed upon British trade I iu the French possessions iu that j qaaitcr.

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THE NIGER DIFFICULTY. FALL IN PRICES AT THE STOCK EXCHANGE. PRESS CRITICISM. LONDON, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

The Niger Difficulty. FALL IN PRICES AT THE j STOCK EXCHANGE. j PliJGSS CRITICISM. London, February 25. Uwing to the alarming reports received from the Niger as to the possibilities of rupture bet^veeu England aud . France, there has been a fall in prices iu all departments of the Stock Exchauge. Consols dropped to oue-eiglnh. The French press is endea von ring to (uiuitnise the strained relations which exist betweeu the English and French officials 011 the Niger. The 'Times* says that the couutry is uuauimous that the limit of British, coucessiou has been reached.

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TAMBOURRAH. TAM[?]OUBRAH, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

TAMBOTTK RAIT. (FEOM OtTH OVT5 CnBTtFSPONDEKT.f i Iam'rocbhah, jeuruary a. The "World's Fair Company have just let (lie first eowlraet for firewood (50 rords), and have succeeded in getting, it | tendered for at the lowest price, I think, of any that has been delivered on this field, viz , 32s. Gd. This should enable I them to crush stone at a reasonable rate. | Mr. Trevorrow, who has managed the I company's affairs liere foF the past twelve I months, is leaving their employ and going ! Souths and •whilst the battery stands in I its present position, it will serve as a inonu- j nrent to his memory, and possibly as a j warning to others against erecting plants 1 before ascertaining where the water sup- | ply is situated, Tltore have been several other warnings of. this sort on Pilbarra Goldfield, of which no notice has been | taken, hut after another or two, perhaps more reasonable methods may obtain. Jt is good news indeed to hear that oar member has succeeded in getting two pnblie ...

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NULLAGINE. Nullagine, 23rd February. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

NTTLLAGINE. J I JfuHagmc, 23rd Feirrnsry. J Within u fortnight from dale, two new } ten-head batteries will be starting work on this field."" Tlie one belonging to (he Enterprise syndicate is situated a IK) 111 half a" inile east of the town, and is to be worked ir» conjunction with the Great Eastern leases." also the property of the Enterprise syndicate. This battery will, no doubt, (ell ils own tale when it sets' to work on the 3oz. stone, which is stacked ready for treatment, and "it is estimated j there arc 200 tons of it, besides niany hundreds of tons of surface stone, which w ill pay to cart and crush. The other battery beiongs to lhc Not*: i West Goldfields Company, and has been j very carefully erected and covered in by the Company's engineer (Mr. David Kerr), j who lias now successfully completed ' two of the best jobs in the Nor'-West, viz.," the erection of tbe Ironclad' plant at Marble Bar, and this one. This battery | will also pro re the value of the conglomerate seam...

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THE DREYUUS SCANDAL. THE TRIAL OF EMILE ZOLA. DISGRACEFUL SCENES IN COURT. ACCUSED SENTENCED TO TWELVE MONTHS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) LONDON, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 March 1898

THE DICEYUUS SCANDAL. THE TRIAL OF EMILE ZOLA, j DISGRACEFUL SCENES IN COURT. ACCUSED SENTENCED TO TWELVE MONTH?. (uv TELEGBAPtt.) _ London, February 25. Most tumultuous scenes are taking place at the trial of Emiie Zola.-'The judge refused tt» allow Counsebfco cross-exainiue tlie military witnesses. Emile Zola, iu addressing the I jury, stated that the Government! were perfectly aware of the inc<>! cence of Captain Dreyfus, and lie ; accused the Government of directing the jury's verdict. Violent aud. wordy coutests then took place between the judge, Zola, aud the barristei-s, the spectators iu court alternately hissing aud cheering, aud altogether the sceue was most discreditable for a court of justice. February 20. The trial of Emile Zola, for accusing General Billott and.other officers of the French War Department far suppressing proofs of iunoeeqcejOf Captain Dreyfus, who was convicted of treason iu 1894, and sentenced to banishmeut, was concluded, yesterday. The ...

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