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N.W.J.C. MAY MEETING. NOMINATIONS FOR PRINCIPAL EVENTS. ROEBOURNE, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 23 April 1897

K.-WXC. UKY MEETING. DOMINATIONS FOR PRINCIPAL EVENTS. Uokbourkk, April 17. The following nominations for the Nor* West Jockey Club's May meeting were received last night, viz. :— Gseat Nobtesbs Handicap. — Lock yer's Brida, Mackay's Wildflower, Mc pherson's Onslow and Pilot, Moran's Dan robin and Inrerary, Maher's Diamond Grain, Bocldand's Forlorn, Short's Morgan, Byass* Ivy and Durable. PtvjKG Handicap. — Bnckland's For lorn, Short's Morgan and Sunset, Maher's Galena, Moran's Brownlock, Klfie, and Dun robin. McPherson's Pilot, Pebble, and Onslow, Mackay's Wildflower and Gossip, Glen's Baoolir, Ix>ckyer's Brida and Bijou, Byas»* Ivy and Durable. Hckdlk Back.—Lockyer's Bijou and Longfellow, Qoill's Strathmore, Moran's Brownlock, Short's Morgan, Byass' Ivy and Datable. Amongst the entries are several horses new to the turf in Westralia, viz, Sunset and Morgan, imported from Victoria, and Onslow and Pilot- Onslow is by Trenton ont of Sumatra, and Pilot is by Loyal atone.

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MR. W. KINGSMILL AT NULLAGINE. A SPLENDID DECEPTION. NULLAGINE, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 23 April 1897

MR. W. KINGSMILL AT NDLLA GINE. A SPLENDID DECEPTION. (fbox oub owk cobbebfoxdeht). Nollagink, April 15. A large crowd assembled around Townsend's well last Monday evening, when Mr. Walter Kingsmiil addressed local electors, and expounded to them the policy he intended to pursue if elected to Parliament. Mr. James Isdell occupied the chair, and in a neat speech introduced the candidate, at the same time expressing the great pleasure he felt in so doing. He said that was indeed an unique oc casion in the history of Nnllagine, for never before had an intending member of Parliament visited that place for the purpose of layiug his views before the sofirageea He considered this a tribute to the rising importance of the town. Mr. Kingsmiil had every advantage in being a local man, and one thoroughly acquainted with the needs of Pilbarra Goldfield. He was also a gentleman well known to them all as an honorable and upright man, possessing mental qualifi cations of the highest order; but unt...

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MR. EDGCUMBE AT BAMBOO CREEK. BAMBOO CREEK, April 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 23 April 1897

MR. EDGCUMBE AT BAMBOO CREEK. (FBOK OtJB own OORBKSPONDEWT.) Bamboo Greek. April 19. At Mr. Geo. Walkers Mt. prophecy Hotel on Saturday evening last, Mr. E. F. Edgcnmbe, one of the candidates now contesting this electorate, delivered an address. There was a large attendance, and Mr. J. Paterson, the chairman, in introducing the candidate, said he was proud to occupy that position, as he believed it was the first political meeting ever held in Bamboo Creek—at all events it was the Gist occasion on which an aspirant to parliamentary honors had roue forward to address a meeting there He hoped Mr. Edgeumbe would be ac. corded a fair and impartial hearing, whatever his listeners' opinions might be, and pointed out that the ballot-box was the place of decision. Mr. Edgcurabc said it gave him great pleasure to come among the workers of this electorate, and knowing that the present representative had not felt it his duty at any time during his term to make a tour through the Nor" West, he f...

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SPORTING. THE TURF. YULE CAKE DEAD. ROEBOURNE, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 23 April 1897

SPORTING. THE TURF. YULE CAKE DEAD. Eoebovkke. Auril IS. The racehorse Tule Cake, owned by Messrs. Itayaer & Coanaughton, died ou Friday morning from pleurisy- He was , being trained for the May races, and was regarded as one of the best horses in the North. He last year won the Great Northern Handicap.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 23 April 1897

Hotice. HAVING now disposed of our busi ness, J. Crawford, of Marble Bar, is authorised to collect all outstanding accounts now due to us, and whose receipt will be sufficient discharge. All persons indebted to the firm are requested to settle at once, otherwise legal proceedings will be taken. PUB.SE S & CO. April 21, 1897. TEMPLAR BROS. (Of Perth), General . . . D . .Contractors C TEMPLAR BROS., having a large quantity of the best material and appliances on hand at Marble Bar# are prepared to undertake all kinds of Building "Work, After the BEST STYLE and by FIRST-CLASS TRADESMEN. BOILERS BUILT IN. Estimates given for all classes of work. H. T. TEMPLAR, Marble Bar. The Electoral District of Pilbarra. T THE Undersized, being the Be turning Officer for the said District, hereby give notice tliat on the Twelfth day of April instant I received from tlie Governor of the Colony a Writ for the Election of a Member to serve in the ■Legislative Assembly for the said District; that ...

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THE PREMIER'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 23 April 1897

THE PREMIER'S SPEECH. On the 16th of last month, the Pre mier, Sir John Forrest, at Bunbnry, addressed his constituents, and indi rectly, the colony at large, and an nounced the policy his Government intended to pursue if returned to the Legislative Assembly with a work ing majority. Sir John glanced back into the past, and briefly re viewed the proerress made by this colony daring the last three years, and if his utterances were charac terised by a fulsome adulation of the work done by his Government, and were also permeated with trans parent egotism, it can, perhaps be pardoned him, when the strides Western Australia has taken during that period are considered. Truly, the progress of this province has been marvellous. Six years ago, Westralia was looked npou as a veri table terra incognita by the outside world, and there attached to it then all the stigma of a long-time dead and gone convict system with its attendant brutalities. People had not yet learned to forget the past. Gold...

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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 23 April 1897

GENERAL NEWS. London, April 13. The United States Government is seekiug to re-open the Behring j Sea fisheries dispute between Great Britain and that country, which was determined by arbitration iu 1893. The landing of war material at DelagoaBay for the Transvaal Go vernment Btill continues. A German steamer has jnst discharged a battery of heavy gnns consigned to Pretoria. The Right Hon. Joseph Chamber lain has aunonuced that Sir Donald Smith, High Commissioner for Canada iu London, has signed a pro visional agreement with Messrs Peterson and Taite, steamship owners of Newcastle, for a 20 knot mail service between Great Britain and Canada. The Imperial Govern ment is now considering the terms of the fiual contract.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 23 April 1897

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Wtman's Well—A splendid supply of water bas been struck in \Vyman's well, some twelve miles distant from Marble Bar along the Nullagine road. The Warden.—Mr. Axel Ostlund, the local Warden, left the Bar on Wed nesday, the 14th inst , upon a tour through the Western Shaw district, re turning to his office on Wednesday last. The Camels.—The first load of goods brought to Marble Bar by the newly instituted camel train arrived here on Friday last, after a four days' trip from Condon, and was discharged at the lower end of Fraucis-street. Local people are highly pleased at this evidence of the possibility of getting goods up quickly from the coast and in quantities sufficient to meet the demand in cases of emergency. Mr. Wallace also considers there is every prospect of establishing a lucrative business, and has, it is reported, ordered 25 more camels to be sent here from the M nrchison. There is abundance of good camel feed along the route, and, altogether, things see...

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TELEGRAMS BRITISH AND FOREIGN. [BY CABLE] THE EUROPEAN CRISIS. WAR! WAR!! CONTINUED FIGHTING. GREECE AND TURKEY. A FIERCE BATTLE. LONDON, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 23 April 1897

TELEGRAMS BRITISH AND FOREIGN. [by cable] THE EUROPEAN CRISIS. WAR! WAR! ! CONTINUED FIGHTING. GREECE AND TURKEY. A FIERCE BATTLE. Lohdon. April 12. A recent incursion by Greek ir regulars into Turkish territory proves to be more serious than was at first reported. It appears the raiders seized and burned four Turkish out posts before their depredations were checked by the Ottoman troops. A syndicate of French financiers, according to the " Times " corres pondent at Vienna, is submitting to j Knssia a plan, whereby the latter country may supply the Porte with the necessary funds to carry ontj those reforms which have been in sisted upon by the Powers. The National League, a secret society over which the Greek Go vernment has no control, and which i has large funds at its disposal, is responsible for the present incur- i siotra. Three thousand irregular troops were equipped by this League and were armed with cannon, and commanded by ex-military officers. They attempted to seize the p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 23 April 1897

Reward. ABEWABD will be p«ii any person finding, or giring information that will lead to the recovery of the follow ing -— GBEY HORSE r branded YL near shoulder, and like 8 near ribs. s BAY HORSE; near shoulder. B4 GREY MAKE ; Bardoo brand. ANGUS McPHKE, Marble Bar. * 1 ill* V « PILBARRA GOLDFIELD NEWS. Published every Friday at Marble Bar, IHlbarra Goldfield, Forth-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 ninth 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 Interprovincial, Intercolonial, and Home and Foreign. With the large and rapidly increasing circulation, and appealing to nearly the whole of the mining popu...

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THE BRADY MURDER. DEATH SENTENCE COMMUTED. [BY TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 23 April 1897

THE BRADY MURDER, DEATH SENTENCE COMMUTED. [by telegraph.] i Melbourne, April 13. A special meeting of the Cabinet was held to-day to deal with the cases of William Miles Phillips, sentenced to death for the in order of Thomas William Brad}' ; and that of Is&iak Jennings^ sentenced to death for criminal assault on a girl. The Acting Premier, owing to professional reasons, did not take part in the deliberations so far as Phillips was concerned. After a careful conside ration of the evidence taken at the trial, and all other circurastances> the Cabinet decided to recommend that the Governor commute the sentence on Phillips to im prisonment for life, which usually means 20 years with hard labour, but according to the regulations, a certain portion of this sentence is generally remitted for good conduct. The Cabinet, however, stipulated that there should he no re mission whatever, and that Phillips must serve the full term. In the case of Jennings, the Cabinet advised that th...

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THE ELECTION CAMPAIGN THE OPPOSITION PROGRAMME. ROWDY MEETING IN PERTH. PERTH April 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 23 April 1897

THE ELECTION CAMPAIGN THE OPPOSITION PROGRAMME. ROWDY MEETING IN PERTH. Pbrth April 14. Mr. S. H. Parker, Q.C., one of the candidates for the representation of Path in the legislative Assembly, ad dressed a crowded meeting in the* Town Hall last evening, and in a speech which lasted close upon an honr and a half, dealt with a large nmnber of public questions, including tariff reform, con stitutional reform, and the amendment I of the electoral and mining laws. He also sketched out certain domestic Iegis-1 latum he favoured, and expressed a desire to see the formation of a good sonnd Opposition, on constitutional lines. Daring the speech, he several times strongly criticised the Premier, and at its conclusion a number of ques tions were put and answered. i The appearance of Mr. Joseph Rogers I on the platform to address the meeting,! and also to ask questions, became the signal for a noisy and prolonged interruption, and notwithstanding the Mayor's request for order, Rogers railed at...

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MATCH WITH FREMANTLE. April 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 23 April 1897

HATCH WITH FREMANTLE. April 1£> The ibstntuD Eleren started its first »atch yesterday at Fremantle, against a loedtna al e^bteen. The weather was splendid, and a large crowd 'assembled, mat interest being taken in the game. Fremantle were die first at the wickets. JUteman batted finely for 30, which was the tap score. The teams wens somewhat late tn starting play, owing to sereral heary showers which Fell early in the' I nornwg. Ibeieoces were:— Iksiunu E(obtkks—1st iitaings. W- Hamian,b Trott ... ... 16 A.XHuuraxdrb tfrEbbu ... 1 H. R- Orr, o Jones 3 J£. J-Xeogh, e Hill, b Jones ... 6 F. Ifwgrere, c Green, b Jones... 4 W- H. Hale, ran out 0 SLMhrcbantyC Jones, blfrifibbin 17 J.V.IjrIr, cudbGifot ... 2 IF. Brfeaw, b Green 30 W- Moore, b Trott 0 J. Cowan, b Green 14 S. %ck, st Sellj, b Lyoss ... 6 JE. Ftoeece. not out ... 18 W.Walts, b Lyons 0 H- Cope, lhw.t b Green:.. ... 2 T. \*«soa, b Green 0 C. Mnnroi r Jones, b Green ... 0 C.Thompson, c Trott,b Green ... 0 Sundries IG Total ....

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FEDERAL CONVENTION. A DEAD-LOCK. MELBOURNE, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 23 April 1897

FEDERAL CONVENTION. A DEAD LOCK. Mkibocbne, April 13. The Ministers attending the Federal Convention in Adelaide have been con sulted with regard to certain recommen dations which ha vel>een made, and in each case a serious dead-lock has arisen at the Convention. The Victorian and New South Wales delegates want proportional representation in the Senate, as well as in the lower House, and the representa tives of South Australia, West Australia and Tasmania, bitterly oppose this, cm the grounds that their small populations would be always outvoted. Sir John Forrest said it was impossible for Western Australia to accept a fede ration that would be no federation at all, and it was futile for Westralian mem bers to take up any other position than that which they had adapted in 1891. Mr. U. Higgins, from Victoria, sneered at Sir John Forrest talking about going to the people, when he hod not come from the people, upon which, Sir John retorted, " I don't come from the ' Age' newspaper."...

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INTER-PROVINCIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] ROEBOURNE, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 23 April 1897

I NTER^PRO VINCIAL. [bv telegb&fh.] Roebourne, April 13. On Tuesday last a revision court was held at the local court-house, before Mr. J. Brock man, G.R., and Dr. Hicks and Mr. A. Naish, Js.P. A large number of claims for registration were con sidered, and in the case of some 34 a question arose as to whether Mr. C. W. Slaughter, a lawyer who was acting on behalf of Mr. H. W. Ellis, the Opposi tion candidate, had qualified himself to attest signatures, as a notary public. Mr. Slaughter said he had left Perth hurriedly, but understood that his cer tiheate as a notary public would be sent after him. The Bench adjourned the court until Friday, in order to enable the necessary enquiries to be made. On Friday, Mr. Slaughter addressed them at great length, and said he had wired South with reference to the matter, and had received a telegram from the Under Secretary to the effect that (he latter considered that he (Slaughter) had no authority to sign papers as a notary public. Mr....

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AN AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN W.A. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PERTH, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 23 April 1897

AM AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN W.A. [Br TELEGRAPH. J Pkbxh, April 13. The Australian Eleven arrived in Perllj yesterday, and were met at the central railiray-station by the committee of the W.A. Cricket Association and many pro minent local people. The Eleven comes here tinder the management of Mr. Moitja Eraas, and includes Lyons, Giffen, Harry, Trptt, Kelly, * McKibbin, Hill, Jones, Gregory, Darling, and Green, who all arrived in (he pink of condition. They were afterwards welcomed by the Mayor of Perth at the town hall, where the usual speeches were made and toasts honored. The members of the team were uracil im- | pressed with the energy, life, and sine of the capital. They were driven round and shown the various sights, and greatly admired the situation of the city. They thought the Swan liiver was equal, in places, to Sydney Harbor, of which it puts one in nmd. They practised on the Asseeratmn gvoirad diving the afternoon, and hwndreds of critics took a keen interest ia the play. Bil...

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FEARFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. DISEMBOWELLED BY A LOCOMOTIVE. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PERTH, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 23 April 1897

FEARFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. DISEMBOWELLED BY A LOCO MOTIVE. [ST TELEGRAPH .J Peeth, April 13. A terrible accident occurred at the Perth railway station last night, when a man was cot to pieces by a train which arrived in Perth at 11.45 o'clock. Upon reached the station the engine was immediately detached, and steamed for ward to the points. The driver had not quite arrived at the points, which are situated a short distance beyond the verandah of the station buildings, when he felt the locomotive strike some obstruction. He at once pulled up, in order to discover the cause, and on descending from his engine a shocking sight met his view. The remains of a man were literally distributed for several yards along the line on the platform side, The deceased had evidently been lying, or had fallen on to the line next the platform. The engine had torn the middle portion of his body to such an extent as to completely disembowel him. A number of the employees of the station, as well as the polic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 23 April 1897

THE * Pilbarra 1 Goldfield { 1 News.! Published crprv Friday at Marble Bar, in the Pilbarra Goldfield. Contains all the latest and most reliable information concerning Mining in lite Pilbarra Goldfield, including the . centres of Marble Bar, Bamboo Creek, Nullaginc, Western Shaw, North Shaw, Tam boarrab. North Pole, and Yatidieoogiua. Teems of Subscriftioh us Advakce : €s6d per quarter; 12s half-year; CI 5b year. lamnaKo Hwm: As per inch per insertion ; applications for gold-mining leases, £1 4s for two inser tions. Bates for the insertion of adver tisements for three months or a longer period may be had on application. Isms: Ernest B- James (Advertisement Agent), " Morning Herald " Office* Perth Watson & Geyer, Boeboorne C. Coppin A Sons, Bamboo Campbell, Moore. & Lord, Western Shaw S. P. Lynch, NuIIagine S. ITediey, Condon W. Jackson, Tamhourrah By whom all subscriptions or advertise ments for insertion in li" Pii®akka Gou>riKia> News will be received. Mailer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 23 April 1897

THE Nor'-West Steam lighter Co., LIMITED. Cossack to Condon Intermediate ports. THE S.S. CROYDON (Cur. F. PWsct) WTLS* regular trips from COS SACK to CONDON and vice at all INTERMEDIATE ■"Jitrb u inducement offers. Krst^daw accommodation, for passengers For foetght or passage, applj to GALBRAITH & CO., Agents, Cossack, or XBAJNE & BATNEll, ' Condon Agents. Jubilee Hotel, rokbournk. H. OSBORN Proprietor, None bnt (lie best Wines, Beers, Spirits, and Cordials kept. A well-lighted Billiard Table. Loose Bores for Racehorses. Csrefal and attentive Ostlers. 5 Leap Year frvn Charles Bassett, Proprietor. GOOD Aeoemmodaiiom for all classes of Visitors. Bed Rooms. Purlour and Bedrooms Cor families. Good Tbble kept. On! j tie BestBmds of Wines, Beers and i . Spirits kept in stock. BASSETT BEOS., Contractors for the Bamboo Creek-Marble Marble Bar-Condon, and Condon— fioeboarae, and ad so the Roe bourne— Fortescae Mail Services. Midi Coach leaves Marble Bar for Bamboo every alter...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 23 April 1897

BIRTH. j McCARTHY.—On Friday morning, 23rd April, at tlic Police Quarters, Marble Bar, the wife of John McCarthy, Ser geant of Police, of a daughter. Botb doing well. —THE— IJiUram |jtos. FRIDAY, APRIL 23. 1897.

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