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WEST AFRICAN AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

WEST AFRICAN AFFAIRS. Sir Charles Dilke, in speaking last night in the Honse, urged that Great Britain should convene a con ference in order to arrange t-liat better treatment be ensured for African natives within the jurisdic tion of European countries. Mr. Cnrzon stated in reply that H.M. Government were at the present time negotiating with the varions Powers in the hope of establishing such a conference. He also gave an emphatic denial to an allegation to the effect that the Royal Niger Company had been experiencing an illegal mono poly or had been violatiug the agree ment by Great Britain with either France or Germany regarding West African affairs.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

THE IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT A motion was submitted to the Hooso of Commons by Mr. Blake, Irisli Nationalist, to the effect that the Government should endeavour to remedy the grievances of Ireland, ou the lines advocated in the recent report of the Parlia mentary committee ou the financial relation between Great Britain and Ireland, and was rejected by a majority of 160. London', April 4. Mr. Cecil Rhodes has sailed for Cape Colony. Lieutenant Eloff, a Transvaal officer, who was recently suspended for slandering Her Majesty the Queen, has resigned his position. The episode which has thus termi nated originated in a drunken brawl at a race meeting.

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VICTORIA. THE MISSING NAVAL OFFICER. MELBOURNE, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

VICTORIA. THE MISSING NAVAL OFFICER. Melbourne, April 1. Edgar George Craddock, the assistant paymaster on H.M.S. Katoomba, who was reported iu onr last issue to be missing from bis ship, was arrested to-day at the Grand. Hotel, Spring-street, where he was staying with his wife, whom he married on the morning of his departure from Sjduey, on a charge of " stealiug a. large sum of money. He was staying at the hotel under the name of Joseph Fercival, and a carpet bag found iu his room con tained 294- sovereigns. Mrs. Crad dock, who fainted on lier husband's arrest, said she had been utterly de ceived by him. He was introduced to her some sis mouths ago under the name of Harper, and she believed him to be au electrical engineer.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERCOLONIAL. NEW SOUTH WALES. LEGALISING THE TOTALIZATOR. SYDNEY, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

INTERCOLONIAL. NEW SOUTH WALES. LEGALISING THE TOTALIZATOR. £vdnkv, April 1. At the monthly meeting- of the Australian Jockey Club committee, to-day, it was decided that action bo taken immediately in order to secure the legalisation of the totalizator during the next session of Parlia ment. It was mentioned that instructions had been given for the framing of a Bill to legalise the machine.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TRANSVAAL RAID. LONDON, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

THE TRANSVAAL RAID. London, April 4. The particulars of the Transvaal claim for compensation, on account of the Jameson raid, have been Yeppjved; The claim amounts to £677^938, inclusive of £462,120 to compensate the commandered burg hers, but exclusive of £136,733 for the expenses of the commando. One million pounds is also claimed for moral and intellectual damages. The sittings of the TrausvaahRaid Committee were continued yesterday, when Major Willoughby, one of the officers therein concerned, was examined. Upon the witness declining to state the substance of « private letter which he. had refeeived from the War Office, Mr. Henry "liabbuchere described . the whole proceedings as beiug simply a farce, and asserted the committee were hushing up everything. Major Willougliby admitted he told the officers associated with Dr. Jameson aud himself that neither the War Office nor the Imperial Government nor the directors of the Chartered Company would bother if the raid proved successfu...

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GLENBROOK MURDERS. BUTLER CONFESSES. ATTEMPTS TO COMMIT SUICIDE. LONDON, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

QLENBROOK MURDERS. BUTLER CONFESSES. ATTEMPTS TO COMMIT SUICIDE. Lokdon, April 4. has confessed that he killed Preplan, one of the victims of the G|ei)^>pook tragedies. He stated the dee$ was done in self-defence. Bptler is awaiting the departure of thp^jjjsrMariposa for Sydney. Hp yesterday attempted to commit Btqcide in prison. His warders, hearing a peculiar sonnd coming from the cell, entered, and fonnd Bntler resting his arms on the table, which was nearly covered with blankets, and an examination dis closed the fact that Butler had with his thnmb-nail made a ragged in cision of abont half an inch deep near the femoral artery. The doctor declares the injury to he a serious one, bat if it can be correctly located he will recover. As it is thonght not unlikely that Bntler will make farther attempt at snicide, provision has been made for increased vigilance.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BRAZILIAN REBELLION. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

A BRAZILIAN REBELLION. A rebellion has brokeu out in Brazil through a movement made by a religious fanatic named Cousel Heiro, who claims to be the Messiah, and who is now, with 8,000 of his followers, at Canubos, in the province of Bahia. Consel Heiro succeeded in inflicting a signal defent, accom panied by horrible slaughter, upou 1,500 of the Brazilian troops. During the engagement there were killed the general commanding, thirty officers, and six hundred ordinary troops, as well as the capturing of several bat teries of artillery. The insurgents, not satisfied with their victory, brutally massacred and mutilated the wounded npou the battlefield, giving no quarter. An army of 7,000 Brazilian troops has been des-. patched from Bahia on the part of the affected proviuce to avenge this terrible defeat.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

•..THE.. . PILBARRA GOLDFIELD NEWS. Published every Friday at Ularble Ear, Pilbarra Goldfield, JTorth- West Australia. The only organ of public opinion in the extensive and rising district comprised within the limits of the Pilbarra Goldfield. Though only in its sixth issue, this journal has more than doubled its circulation, and the numbers of subscri bers are every day on the increase. Every issue contains voluminous budgets of mining and general news relating to this district, whilst at great expense is also published the latest telegraphic intelligence, including Interprovineial, Intercolonial, and Home and Foreign. With the large and rapidly increasing circulation, and appealing to nearly the whole of the niiniug population of these fields, the Pilbarra Goldfield News is a most advantageous ADVERTISING MEDIUM, And is especially suitable as such for all importers or manu facturers of mining machinery and other similar requirements, for which there is upon this goldfield a steady...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL NEWS. THE SEXAGESIMAL CELEBRATIONS LONDON, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 9 April 1897

GENERAL NEWS. THE SEXAGESIMAL CELEBRA TIOKS London, April 1. J he order of progression in the forthcoming jubilee pageant is being arranged, The Colonial troops, with the Colonial premiers (who will be provided with a Royal carriage), will constitute a separate procession, and will await for the Queen iu the front of St. Paul's at the conclusion of the thanksgiving service, at which the bishops attending the Lambeth conference will take part. The Colonial premiers and troops will take up a position at the rear of the main procession.

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LOCAL COURT. MARBLE BAR. APRIL 7. (Before Mr. Axel Ostlund, R.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 April 1897

LOCAL COURT. MARBEE BAR. APR IE 7. (Before Mr. Axel Ostlund, R.M.) Royer A Waiters r. Louis Nor at i; claim for £6 14s 2d., balance of account rendered. Mr. Alf Boyer appeared on behalf of the plaintiff firm, and the defendant con ducted his own case. Alfred Boyer produced his firm's busi ness ledger, and, in reply to the defendant, stated he was not at Nullagine on the 16th October, 1895, so far as lie remembered. His partner, however, was there. He did not say anything about settling the account at the police-station, before Constable Muldowney. He did not refer to an English lerer watch, with chain, and a Douch, nor anything about work done for Lis firm. There had been no account run ning between bis firm and Novati since December fi, 1895 By the Bench : He claimed £6 14s 2d, although bis ledger only showed £6 Os 2|d; the difference was accounted for by the fact of its being a public house account. Louis Novati said, that in 1895 Mr. Townsend was Mr. BoyerV partner, and asked him...

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PILBARRA ROADS BOARD [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 April 1897

PI LBARRA ROADS BOARD A GEVEBAi. meeting of members of the nbore board was held on the 2nd tn<d ' where tlierc were present: Mr. J. m! Rounsevell (deputy chairman tn the ab sence of Dr. H- W. Nix), and Messrs. i£(lioit and Cooper. Several applications for the secretary ship were receired, bat these were held over for consideration until the 8th. On the latter date the board again met, Mr. J. M. ilonDserell presiding, with £ A E°yer. W. H- Cooper, and A. Is. Elliott in attendance. Mr. W- D. Bracher was appointed secre tary to the board. Various correspondence was read, as were also the minutes of the previous meetings held on February l and 2, which were confirmed. All accounts rendered were ordered to be I'efd orer .until a following meeting for , payment, in order to allow the arrival of the chairman {Dr. H- W. Nix) from South. A letter was receired from the Warden, appointing Messrs. C- McDonald and L. J. Cooke auditors to the board. The secretary was instructed to comm...

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BRITISH SUPREMACY IN SOUTH AFRICA. TO BE MAINTAINED. LONDON, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 April 1897

BRITISH SUPREMACY IN SOUTH AFRICA. TO BE MAINTAINED. London, April 8. The "" Manchester Guardian " states that in the event of war, the British Government is prepared to send an army corps to Cape Colony. London, April 12. Mr. Goschen, First Lord of the Admiralty, in speaking- at a banquet in London last evening made an im portant statement respecting South Africa. He declared that the power of the British Bmpire was behind Sir Alfred Milner, Governor of Cape Colony, and High Commissioner for South Africa, and that the presence of British sailors and redcoats at Cape Town was sufficient guarantee that.Great Britaiu iutei del to main tain her supremacy iu that part of the world. The'" Cape Argus " states that a British squadron now occupies In vack Island, situated at the entrance to Delagoa Bay, and ii this is correct, the Government has made a most important move, and mast have at last come to terms with the Portu gese, as Invnck Island commands the entrance to Delagoa Bay, t he pl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 April 1897

A. T. Stanbridge, AUCTIONEER, STOCK, STATION, A* GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, Mining Agent, Sharebroker, and LEGAL MANAGER. B.oeboarne. Draught nnd Saddle Horses for Sale. Heavy Stoeks of Harness aud Saddlery kept up. Agent for the New Zealand Insur ance Co. All kinds of risks undertaken. Special Goldfields Hates on application. HORSE SALES held every F 11 I D A Y, at II o'clock, at his vnrds. Sole Agent for llnbt. Smith's Harness and Saddlery. 6 From Marble Bar to Condon in Two Days. It. BUCKLAND J^EGS to intimate to the travelling public that he has established a Regular Coaching Service between Marble Bar and Condon, end will convey passengers over the through journey in two days. Coacli leaves Marble Bar every Monday, returning from Condon every Friday. For Fares and Carriage apply to Mc Donald, Fisher, & Co.. Marble Bar, or Svdncv Hedley, Condon. 42 General Gordon Hotel, EASTERN HOARDING. MRS. D'ALTON, Proprietiess. The most popular wayside resort in tlio district. The com...

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CONDON. CONDON, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 April 1897

CONDON. (fbom ore own cokhespondent). Condov, Anril 8. It was decided at a meeting of the stewards of tiic Condon Raving Club on March 19 that tlie usual annual races be held on June 9 10, and 11. So far, this event promises tc be highly successful. The resignation of Mr. W. A- Urquhart. as secretary, was accepted, and Mr. 8. Hedley was appointed, pro tern. The pro gramme of the last general meeting was adopted, with the exception of the follow ing alterations :—The Ladies' Bracelet will be open to any riders except aborigi nals ; vbc Forced Handicap was omitted, and a selling race of £20 substituted therefor ; the DeGrey Cup and Farewell Handicap were comprised in the third day's racing. The programme will shortly be issued, and is as follows: — First day: Maiden Plate, £25, one mile ; Hack Race, £10, seven furlongs; Telegraph Stakes, | £30, one and a quarter miles ; District Plate, £20 ; Flying Handicap, £25. six fur longs, Second day : Ladies' Bracelet, | valued £15. with £10 add...

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FATAL MINING ACCIDENT THE UNDERGROUND MANAGER AT THE AUGUSTA MINE KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 April 1897

FATAL MINING ACCIDENT THE UNDERGROUND MANAGER AT THE AUGUSTA MINE KILLED. Ok Monday evening, aliout eight o'clock, local residents were greatly ! shocked to hear that Mr. A. E. Higgins, ! underground manager of the Augusta mine, had been killed. The news of the fatality was brought down from the I mine, which is situated about a mile out i of the towri, by Tlionias Reid, an ! engine-driver there employed, whe j reported the affair to the police and obtained the services of the local J Resident Medical Officer, Dr. R. J. ! Dawson. The doctor, accompanied by I a number of townspeople, at once pro j ceeded to the scene of the fatality, j and «po:i arrival there a shocking I spectacle met their eyes. Lying stretched out upon a rug, with his j head resting upon a pillow that liad been j hastily obtained, and with blood flowing froin the mouth, was one who a short I while previously had been a strong j healthy man, in die prime of life^ A ] dimly-burning lamp aud the new moon | cast a gha...

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KIMBERLEY MURDER. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PIGEON SHOT DEAD. DERBY, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 April 1897

KIMBERLEY MURDER, LBY TELEGRAPH.j PIGEON SHOT DEAD. Derby. April 7. News has just been received here from the Lenuard River which states that Head Policc-constable Chissolni and his subordinates, Constables Anderson and Auckland, after fol lowing Pigeon, the outlawed native murderer, for some days, came upon him on the morning of April 1, and after a severe contest shot him dead. Thus ends the career of one of the most desperate natives this colony bns ever known. It is hoped the police will now turn their attention towards endeavouring to capture his associates. The public liere are jubiluut over the event. Pebth, April 8. The following telegram has been received by the Commissioner of Police from Corporal Pearson, of Derby: " Derby, April 7. Pigeon shot dead by Lenuard River police ou 1st inst. Full particulars on the arrival of Leonard party."

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THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 April 1897

THE INQUEST. An enquiry into the circumstances , surrounding die death of Albert Edward j Higgins was held at the Court House, Marble Bar, on Wednesday morning last, before Mr. Axel Ostium!, R.M , as Coroner, and a jury of three, comprising Messrs W. D. Bracher, foreman : .1. OHara, and A. C_ Stevenson. , Sergeant McCarthy conducted the j case for the police. I Patrick Macke}7 said he was a miner ! employed on the Augusta mine by the j manager, Mr. Trediuuick. He knew i the deceased, who was also an employe ; on that property in the capacity of j •underground foreman- He was work- j ing 011 the machinery area at the mine : on the night of die 12th inst. at the 1 water shaft. Mr. Martin was there! also, besides himself and the deceased. ' Between 7 and 8 o'clock, he was en- j gaged on the brace, when the man I below (Higgius) called out to him to j secure the dummy, which he eonse | quently pulled up, and when it was about seven feet from die top it gave way, and he heard it fall to ...

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THE WAGIN MURDER. SENTENCE DEFERRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 April 1897

THE WAGIN MURDER. SENTENCE DEFERRED. The Perth Criminal Court, Mr. Justice Hensman 011 the bench, was all yesterday occupied in hearing the painful circumstances surrounding the fearful Wagiu tragedy, which took place on January 24 last. Priscilla Faith Rawsou, the perpetrator of the deed, was placed in the dock, and broke down completely when the indictment, charg ing her with killing her father by stab bing him with a knife, was read. It appeared from the evidence that the prisoner had quarrelled with her father, who struck her violently with a broom. The girl had a knife in her hand at the moment, and, turning angrily round, tiercely struck him with it, the blade penetrating through the left shoulder right into the heart. The defence relied chiefly upon the undoubted provocation which the girl received. In summing op, His Honor impressed this upon the jury, who returned a verdict of guilty, but added a strong recommendation to mercy. The passing of sentence upon the prisoner was ...

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MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 April 1897

MINING. P1LBARRA ti OLD FIELD. MARBLE BAR. The Justin-Time G.M. Co., through the local manager (Mr. Jno. Anqove), is applying for exemption, upon the grounds that a vast amount, of develop ment work has been earned out by this corporation upon its property at the Just-in-Tirae, and now that thymine is well opened op, the London l>oard wish time to consider the question of erecting a plant of machinery. Were this put up, we understand there is sufficient ap parently go'd-bearing stone in sight to keep the batteries going some eight or nine months. The work of development done during the past th.ee mouths amounted to al»out 120ft of driving and 120ft of sinking, mncli of it through very hard country, whilst innumerable minor works, such as the laying down of a tram road and improving the facilities for rapid working, have also been executed. The managers of local English coiupauys preserve a curious reticence upon all matters connected with their properties, consequently in formati...

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TALGA. TALGA, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 April 1897

TALGA. (fbom ode ows correspondent). Talga, April 12 This afternoon the residents of Taiga were much surprised to behold a bicyclist bowling along the road to the hotel. It turned out to be Mr. Edgecombe, one of the candidates for the coming election, who had missed his way, reaching Taiga instead of Marble Bar. Mr. Edgecombe remained over night, taking the oppor tunity afforded to make numerous einjuirips 'about the prospects and needs of this district, and to expound his political views. I am not aware of any deep impressions having been created, though, of course, people do not always wear their man's card in their hats ; but I think the poll will give Kiiigsinill every vote from here. . Great inconvenience is lining ex pericuced here owing to the bottoms of the two buckets used in obtaining water from the local Government well having been loosened and forced out of place, As they stand at present they are almost useless, the water flowing out so fast, that by the time a bucket r...

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