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CRICKET. W.A. PREMIERSHIP. PERTH, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

CRICKET. TV.A. PREMIERSHIP. Pebth, Apiil 5. Alter playing lcrel nearly all through die season, the Metropolitan C.C. and the recently-formed Karrakalta C.C. played off for the premiership on Friday last. The match was won by the Knrrakatta Club by 163 runs, which gave them the premiership by two points.

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V.R.C. APRIL MEETING. MELBOURNE, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

V.R.C. APRIL MEETING. Melbourne. April 5. The April meeting of the Victorian Racing Club w as held at Flemingttm on Saturday afternoon last under the most enjoyahle conditions. The ■weather was beautiful, the attendance large, and the sport excellent. Ju the Hill Handicap the field were sent away on very bad terms, thus spoiling the chances of half-a dozen competitors. The stewards Leld an enquiry into the circumstances, and starter Godfrey Watson explained that it was his fault, as he gave the word to go before the barrier rose clear of the horses. The stewards also enquired into the running of The Don in the Hill Handicap, and ad ministered a caution to the rider. In the Steeplechase, Doctor and Triangle fell at an early stage, whilst at the last fence but. two the favourite, Tremolo, while leading. \ struck so hearily that he lost all hope of ; winning. The following were the detailed results:— Hurdle Face, handicap, of 2 sovs. each from starters with 100 sovs. added; second hors...

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SYDNEY BETTING MARKET. SYDNEY, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

SYDNEY BETTING MARKET. Stosbt, April 1. iVewharea was to-day scratched for the Sydney Cup, instructions having been cabled out from England by his owner, Mr. W. Cooper, to do so. After the scratching of Newhavcn, Resolute was ; backed to-day in town to win £500 at 100 j to 10 in the Sydney Cup, the same price being on offer against Coil and B&lsllicn. For the Doncqster Handicap about £600 against Coil, at 100 to 5, was also offered,

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SPORTING. CANNING PARK MEETING. PERTH, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

SPORTING* CANNING PAKE MEETING. P£KTir. April 6. A meeting ims field at Canning Fark on Saturday, when some good raring was wit nessed. Folk)wing are the results— Wsitts Haswcaf. Mr. McLean's Lndy Clare 1 Mr. Bent's NX ... ... 2 Mr. White's Flight ... ... 3 Brush Steers, of SO sor&> Two mi!es. Mr. Dent's Fanltiess 1 Mr. Kirkbs's BeneeiaBey ... 2 Mr. Kidman's Granite 3 Seixikg Hcsdue Bice, of 40 sots. ' One and a half mites. Mr. Beamy*c Guardsman ... ... 1 Mr. Stephen's My Day 2 No other starters. Apbii- Harmcat. One mile. |L McLeanV Lama ... I Mr. Stephen's Dnkeof York ... 2 Mr. Saunders' Blackrock 3 Madmkgtox Stakes. Fire furlongs. Mr. King's Perfection 1 ■ ¥r. McLean's Jessie ... ... -2. Mr- Baker*.-. Irene... ... ... 3

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THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

THE ELECTIONS. Tbte campaign in connection with the representation of this electorate in the Parliament that is to be, was fairly started on Wednesday evening last, when Mr. Walter Kiugsmill, a local gentleman, who in response to a requisition, has come forward as a contestant for this seat, expounded his policy to the electors of Marble Bar in particular, and to the suffra gees of this constituency at large. It is especially gratifying to notice the keen interest which local people are taking in political matters oF late, and if the unanimity and euthn srasm exhibited .at Wednesday's gathering may be' accepted as a criterion, the time has passed by, when Pilbarm electorate was bat a nonentity in colonial politics, and the people of this district have at length awakeued to a sense of their; duties, and have determined that henceforward, the man who repre sents them in Parliament most be a .gentleman capable of making him self felt as a very important factor in Westralian parliamenta...

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CORRESPONDENCE. POLICE BRUTALITY. [TO THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

CORRESPONDENCE. POLICE BRUTALITY. {to the editor. 1 Sib,—Will yon kindly allow me space j in your raluablc paper to make public ! the wanton rough usage I received j while under arrest and being arrested Ly Police-constable O'Brien, of Nulla ginet On the 17th 111st. I was under the influence of liquor, and was lying at the southerly end of the Nnllagine Hotel making a noise by talking to uiyself. Constable O'Brien came over to me. and arrested me, at the same time lifting me on to my feet by the arms. He tJTen let iiw go, and I com menced to walk away, asking him to let me alone, and he did not attempt to catch hold of me again ; bnt followed me about for the space of two minutes 1 in a fighting attitude, and without any ' provocation whatever hit uie with his ! clenched hand a terrible blow on the | jaw, felling me to the ground, where I I remained unconscious for ten minutes. About twenty men walked over from j the hotel, and some of them told O'Brien ! his conduct was brutal and ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Marble Bar Pdblic Works.—Mr. FT. T. Templar, & member of the firm that has secured the contract for the erection of the local hospital, Resident Medical Officer's quarters, ic., arrived on the Bar the latter part of last week. Mr. Templar left again 011 Monday last for Condon, in order to make the neoes sary arrangements for the rapid for warding hither of the essentiak material, and work will probably be started in the coarse of a week or so. The Camels.—On Saturday last the camels, to the numl>er of 28, arrived here from the Nullagiue, which place tliey left on the previous Thursday, anil Messrs. Wallace (proprietor) and Robin son propose to immediately put them on between Marble Bar or any other locality offering business and the coast. With that end in view, the party left for Condon a few days after their arrival, and we may now hope for some quick trips with the necessaries of life, which sometimes run short in the somewhat remote places, many of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

Marble Ear Warden's Court. G. L. Walker & Co. v. Mc Phee's Reward, Ltd. UNLESS the warrant of execution lie prcviouslj' satisBed, the bailiff will cause to be sold at TALGA TALGA, on Friday, April 30th, at noon, the undermentioned Mining Plant, consisting of 10-HEAD STAMPER BATTERY, (fy Thompson, Castleniaine, Vic), Two Portable Engines (14- arid IM-b.p. re spectively, both almost new ), Wortliingfon Steam Pump, with 200ft of 2iri, 100ft of '■in, and 250ft of -I-in piping : Bcrdan Pan (complete), 450ft Traru Rails, Half ton Truck, Four W indlasses, 100-gallon Tank, 4 cwt. of Pope, Two and a lialf 70-lb bottles of Qtiicksilror, 4 gallons Sulplruric Acid, 120 cords of 3ft Firewood, about 2 tons Galcanized Iron (/ft. 9ft, and 10ft lengths), Blacksmiths, and Carpenters' Tools, Iron Safe and Office Furniture, and Light Bpggt and Haziness, Dbat and Harness, Biding Saddle. Pack Saddle. and Foch Light Harness Hobses. TERMS CASH. john McCarthy. Bailiff. Warden's Court, Marble Bar. Ap...

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THE ELECTION CAMPAIGN. MR. WALTER KINGSMILL, B.A., AT MARBLE BAR. AN ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

THE ELECTION CAMPAIGN. MR. WALTER KINGSMILL, B.A., AT MARBLE BAR. AN ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION. Tliore was a crowded attendance at the Marble Bar Hotel on Wednesday even ing last, when Mr. Walter Kingsmill, B.A., the local candidate, opened the election campaign, so far as this district is concerned, l>y laying before the elec tors of this town his views upon things' political, and announced the poiicy he ' intended to pursue if elected. Mr. E. W. Geyer occupied the chair, and in introducing the candidate said he was a gentleman with whom they were all well acquainted. It was not neces sary for him to traverse Mr. Kingsmill's career amongst them, either as the fossicker chasing the nimliln penny weight, or as the indefatigable and courteous mining registrar, or as the successful manager of local leading ; mines. It was enough if he said that in ; the one and all positions with which Mr. ! Kingsmill had been connected, he had, j by his ability, tact, and genial nature, : won the resp...

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NULLAGINE. [BY TELEGRAPH.] NULLAGINE, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

If DLLAGINK. [UY TELKGHAPH.] [fEOM OITE OB K COBHFSJ ©XPERT] Nullagine, Aprilo. Business in mining circles continues still on the up grade. Good stone is lining raised on all the conglomerate leases, and on all those quartz claims at present being w orked Messrs. Flynn and Whitney have applied for a reefing reward claim at the Cajaput Springs, seven miles from Nul lrgiue 011 the old Roebourue road. The stone obtained so far, carrys heavy gold, and is estimated to be worth at least four ounces per ton. There are at pre sent 37 tons at grass and stone is still being raised at the rate of seven tons per week. The reef on this claim is two feet wide, and trends south easterly and north westerly, whilst there seems every probability of it con:inuing as it goes down. There arc numerous other well defined lodes in this localit}', that pros pect up to two and three ouuees per ton, but the distance the stone lias to be carted to a battery, and the roughness of the conntry prevent men with bu...

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TELEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. [BY CABLE] THE SITUATION IN CRETE. LONDON, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

TELEGRAMS BRITISH AND FOREIGN [by cabix] THE SITUATION IN CRETE. London, April 1. The Government has received an -enormous namber of resolutions paSsed by public meetings and public bodies throughout the United King dom, strongly supporting their foreign policy, more especially in regard to Crete. London, April 4. In the House of Commons Mr. Balfour, the leader, bis made a significant statement. In re plying to a speech delivered by Mr. H. .Labonchere, he said the freedom of Crete had certainly been secured, bnt he was unable to speak with the same confidence regarding the prospects of a continued Euro pean peace.

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BAMBOO CREEK. BAMBOO CREEK, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

bamboo creek. (fbom ouh own connvisroNBrxT.) Bamboo Chkek, April 5. The Bulletin Deep Level Develop ment Syndicate's lease, No. 317, is again under exemption, though through no fault of the management, for as early as August of last year, orders for machinery were given in Victoria, and after a pro tracted delay, the complete plant was forwarded on to Fremantle. Having heeu advised to this effect, Mr. L. Parker fully maimed the claim, and em ployed the labour in getting the surface ready for the erection of the gear, fully expecting that hy the time this was completed, the machinery would have arrived. The hnlk of the plant has reached Condon, and is now en route to the claim, hut as yet it is impossible to go 011, owing to the bungling on the part of someone at Fremantle in connection with the forwarding on of the remainder, com prising two cases of screws, holts, etc., which were left behind, and may possibly | be at Coolgardie, or elsewhere, bv this time. Nor was this the only mi...

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GREAT BRITAIN AND HER COLONIES. SIGNIFICANT SPEECH BY MR. CHAMBERLAIN. LONDON, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

CHEAT BRITAIN AND HER COLONIES. SIGNIFICANT SPEECH BY MB. CHAMBEBLAIN. ' London. April 1. A banquet was held yesterday nndfer the auspices of the Royal Colonial Institate, over which Mr. Chamberlain -.presided, and this was the most impoYtant social—political fnnotion of the present year. The gathering included the Duke of Cam bridge, Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, Marquis of Lome, Lord Onslow, Karl of lianfurly, Lord Kioto re, Lord Locli, Sir Alfred Mnller, Sir William Robinson, Lord Chas.Beres ford, Mr. T. A. Brassey, and the Agent-Generals of the various Australian Colonies. In responding to the toast of the navy LordChas. Beresford advocated the creation of a colonial naval reserve, which sbould be trained on modern warships in the nse of modern arms. Mr. Chamberlain proposed the toast of the Royal Coalition Insti tute, and in doing so delivered a most'important political ntternuce. Be declared that the sentiment of - kinship which was growing throughout the Empire was pro gressing tow...

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MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

MINING. riLBARBA GOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR. The last crushing from the Stray Shot mine realised 61ozs of gold from 21 tons of stone. In regnrd to the sale of the machinery attached to the McPhee's Reward, Ltd., on the 30th inst., an endeavour is being made by a few local people to organise a syndicate to purchase the same, after running the plant up by auction to an amount sufficient 11 pay off the liabili ties of the company, which amount in the aggregate to about £600. The sale will be held at the instance of the bailiff, an execution against this company on account of a non-satisfied judgment summons having l»een obtained against them. How the officials directing the affairs at homo could ever have lieen so lax as to allow matters to come to the present pass over rucli a comparatively small amount is inexplicable. The company held a good mine, which only needed developing, there was a large quantity of good stone raised, and abun dance of water for crushing. An ample stock of firewoo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

— THE — Pi Ibarra Goldfield . News. PnUiilied crfiy Friday at Marble Bar, in the FjllnmGoldirH Contains all -4 lie latest and most reliable information roucrruiug Mining in the Pilbsrra Goldfield, including (be rent res of Marble Bar, Bamboo Creek, Nullnginr, Western Shaw , North tSliavr.Tam bourrah, Norili Pole, and Yandicoegkuu Tcbks or Subscbipttox rx Advance - G; Od per quarter; 13s half-year; £1 5s year. AnmnnrG Bites: 4* per inch per insertion ; applications for gold-mining leases, £1 Is for tun inser tions. Kales for ibe insertion of adver tisements for three months or a longer period may be had on application. Aoexts : Ernest B. .Tames f Advertisement Agent), ** Morning Herald " Offiue' Perth Watson A Gejer, ftoebonrne C- Coppin A Sons Bamboo Camp lad I, Moore. & Lord, Western Shaw S. P. Lynch, Nullagine S. Hedley, Condon W. Jacksou, Tambourruh Bj irhom all subscriptions or advertise, saints for insertion in The PiuianBa Goinriti® News will be received. MarMe Bar, 39...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

THE Nor'-West Steam lighter Co., LIMITED. ■ I Cossack to Condon and Intermediate forts. THE S.S. CROYDON (Caft. F. Feaxck) w ILL male regnlar trips from COS SACK to CONDON and vice versa, calling at all INTERMEDIATE POETS as inducement offers. First-class accommodation for passengers For freight or passage, apply to GALBRAITH & CO., Agents, Cossack, or TEAINE & RAYNE1I, Condon Agents. Julilee Hotel, ROEBOURNE. H. OSBQRN Proprietor, Hone bnfc the best Wines, Beers, Spirits, and Cordials kept. A well-lighted Billiard Table. Loose Boxes for Racehorses. Careful and attendee Ostlers. Leap Year Inn. Charles Bassett, Proprietor. G OOD Accommodation for all classes of Visitors. Single Bed Rooms. Ptrloor and Bedrooms for families. Good Table kept. Only the Best Brands of Wines, Beers and Spirits kept in stock. BASSETT BEOS., Contractors for the Bamboo Creek-Marble Bar, Marble Bai^-Condon, and Condon Roe bourne, and also the Koebourne Forte scue Mail Services. He Mail Coach le...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

j Co % Clcttors of flilbarra I doMdit district. G\ ENTLKMEN-—Iliavc the honor lo * inform you that, acceding to the J request of a large uumbcr of mj friends and supporters 111 the FHlorra GaMCcM Electorate, I have determined to seek your suffrages at the forthcoming general election, to represent you iu the Legisla tive Assembly. This important district has long suffered from the want of energetic representation in Parliament, and it therefore behoves all (Siosc who have anyiatenest *■ its progress nnd prosperity to avail themselves of die present opportunity to elect a representa tive with the requisite knowledge of the wants of tbe-dislri'-t, aud with the ability to properly ventilate them. The advantages of being represe«ted by a local man ate obvious, nwd my long and waned experience amongst you in mining work in all its brandies should assure yon of my ability to protect and farther yonr interests. Having resided so long in die district and -leaving taken keen interest in all ...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

MAIL NOTICES. 1 The following ait; detailed runnings of j Ac Mails lietween Mnrble Bar and *11 the other mail townB on this goldflcld and the coast:— BOWK. Bamboo Creek—Koebonrne (ria Condon). —Fortnightly sen-ire. Next mail leares Bamboo Creek -oh April 19, at 4 arriving-at Marble Bar at 4 p.m. on the 20th. leaves Marble Bar the following morning at 7 o'clock ; ria Taiga, Coongnn ifotel, Wnrralong, and Mulyir, arriving at Condon at 4 p.ni. on April 24. Leaves Condon at 6 p.m. on the 261 h, arriving in Roebourne on May 2. ! Nullngine to Hoebourne.—Fortnightly 1 ! service. Next mail leaves Kullagiue on J April 15. at 10 **n_ arriving at Marble j Bar at noon oa the I7tli. Leases same day I at 3 p.m-T via JusUin-Tirne, Western iSliavr, Tambourrali Creek, l'ilbarra, Tow;noma, Alal'ina, arriving iu Boel«ourne en April 29. | UP. Roebonrnc—Bamboo Crock (via Condon). — Fori nightly serrtcc. Next mail leaves li'oebonrne on April 6, at 7 a.m. Arrives I at Condon at 3 p.m. on April 11. Leaves ...

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BAMBOO CREEK. BAMBOO CREEK April 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

BAMBOO CREEK. (FbOJI OCB OffX CnimKSPaNDEXT.) Bamboo Crbf.k April 5. Mutters political, early though it be, are aglow in Bamboo Greek. Mr. H. Loei is at present amongst us, actively I canvassing for Mr. H. Pearse. On the i night of the 3rd inst. Mr. J. Crawford, j of Marble Bar, addressed a crowded ! meeting at the Pioneer Hotel, in sup port of the candidature of Mr. Walter Kiugswill. and was accorded a good hearing. Mr. J. Maher, our local stump orator, spoke a few words on behalf of Mr. E. F. Edgecombe, who, it is un derstood will pay us a visit in a week or two. Great interest is being evinced by the people here in the forthcoming general elections, and every one who lias the' necessary qualification looks for ward to exercising the franchise at an early date.

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DISTRICT NEWS. NULLAGINE. NULLAGINE, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

JDISrillCT NEWS. VULLAGIXE. (from our own correbpoxdent). Nullagixe, April 5. There lias been but little rain locally for some time. A few showers have fallen occasionally, but not heavy enough to be of lasting benefit. I hear splendid rains have fallen on the overland track to the Murchisou towards the south ward from here. Messrs Wallace and Robinson arrived overland here on Wednesday last with 28 camels, en route for Condon. They, I understand, propose commencing busi ness as general carriers throughout this district, and with that end in view, a horse team is also being brought up from Cossack, and this will immediately be put 011 the Condon road. 'Hie first work with the camels is the taking of aliout five tons of material, including troughing, to the Government party, at present sinking wells on the stock route between the Gascoyne and Roy Hill station. The arrival of these teams gave much pleasure to our residents, who formerly had to depend on a limi ted number of carriers f...

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