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RUSSIA AND AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 May 1897

UUSSIA AND AUST11IA. At a State banquet at St. Petersburg nn Tuesday, tin: Czar and the Emperor Francis Joseph exchanged sentiments of cordial friendship.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 May 1897

Marble Ear, 29tli March, 1897; - SIR.—We, the . undersigned,. being KLftors for the Electoral District of Pilbarra, hereby request that you will allmr-^ottpelf to lie nominated as a ' candidate at the forlhcouuug general clrrlioai5. JToiir: long residence on litis goldfirld, inB lli'orouf^i knowledge' of "its necessities and requirepuents, -together with your natural abililie^rendcr youp-culiarly fit to nrrupy this important jiosition; In the event of your consenting, wc hereby promise to give yon all the aid and support in our power. frosting this *unttcr will receive jour bnt consideration, We are, yours, &c. J. Cbawfobd K. i\?- G^tek F. B. WwKGt H- Bkabshsw and 33 others. To Mkssbb. Ceawfokd, Gexeb, ahd • Omes. • Marble Bar, March 31,1897. Gentlemen.—Allow, me to thank you most heartily for your -kind requisition of the 29 ik hist, asking me to allow myself to lie nominated as a candi date for the Legislative Assembly nt the forthcoming general election. In reply I h»ve (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 May 1897

THE Nor'-West Steam lighter Co., LIMITED. Coecack to Condon and Intermediate Ports. THE S.S. CROYDON (Cui. F. Fbxkck) TTTILL make rfgakr trips from COS « * SACK to CON IK) V and rice renta. calling at all INTERMEDIATE FOfiTS as inducement afters. First-class accommodation for passengers For freight or passage, app!j to GALBRAITH & CO., AgrnU, Cossack, or TRAINE A RAYNE15, Condon Agents. Jubilee Hotel, ItOEBOURNE. H. OSBORN Proprietor, None but the best Wines, Beers, Spirits, and Cordials kept. A yell-lighted Billiard Table. Loose Boxes for Baceborses. Careful and attendee Ostlers. 5 Leap Year Imi. Charles Bassett, Proprietor. OOD Aoeommodation for all classes VI of Visitors. Single Bed Booms. Ptriourand Bedrooms for families. Good Table kept. Only the Best Brands of Wines, Beers and Spirita kept in stock. BASSETT BROS., Contractor* for the Bamboo Creek-Marble Bar, Marble Bar-^Condon, end Condon— Hoe bourne, and also die Roe bourne— Fortescue Mail Services. The Mail Coarh lea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 May 1897

—THE— iPilbarra <§oIi>Mr |)xfos. FII ID AY, MAY 7. 1897

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 May 1897

MAIL NOTICES. The following are detailed runnings of (lie Moil* between Mnrhle Bar and all the other in&il towns on this goldneld and the J coast:— DOWN. Bauiboe Creelc—llocbournc (via Condon). —Fortnightly service. Next mail learcs Bamboo Creek oh Mny 16, at 4 ii.ni., arriving at Marble Bar at 4 p.m. on the 18th. Learcs Marble Bar (he following morning at 7 o'clock ; via Taiga, Coongan Hotel, Warralong. and Mulyic, arriving at Condon at 4 p.m. on Map 22. Leaves Condon at 6 p.m. on the 24th, arriving in Roebourne on May 30. Nnilagine to Jtoebourae.—Fortnightly service. Neat mail leases Nnilagine on May 13. at 10 a.m.. arriving at Marble Bar at noon on May 15- leaves 6«oic day at 3 p.m.; via Just-iii-Time, Western Shaw, Tombourrali Creek, l'ilbarra, Towranno, Alui'ina, aniving in lloeliournc ou May 27. DP. ' Roebourne-B&mboo Creek {via Condon). —Fortnightly service. Next mail leaves tfnebournc on May 4, at 7 a.m. Arrives at Condon at 3 p.m. on May ©. Leaves Condon at ...

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SIR WM. HARCOUR'S PROPHECY. April 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 May 1897

sib wm. HAficomtrs puophecy. April 29. Sir William Hareourt dec-lares that Jjord Sa!i*bur\'s policy will leave bitter memories of shame and remorse iu the hearts of all Englishmen.

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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 May 1897

GENERAL NEWS. London, April 24. An officer named Peters lias been dismissed from the Imperial service of G-rmany for cruelty to natives in East Africa. April 26. The Mansion House Indian Famine Fund has now reached the sum of £500,000. The Duchess of York has given birth to a daughter. April 27. Lord Wolseley requires fen thousand horses for army purposes, including re mounts. mid is sending 15 officers to the Argentina to select and purchase. Lieutenant Eloff, the TranEvaal officer who has l«*en on his trial before a military court instituted by President Kruger, upon a charge of slandering the Queen, has been acquitted.

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN. COLONIAL TKOOPS AT HOME. AN ENTHUSIASTIC BECEPITON. LONDON, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 May 1897

BRITISH AND FOREIGN. COLONIAL TKOOPS AT HOME. AN ENTHUSIASTIC BECEPITON. London. April 24. The New South Wales Mounted Rifles, upon lending yesterday in Lon don, met with h gi-eat and enthusiastic n-eeption. Th~3F will be quartered with the 2nd Dragoons, better known us the Scots Greys. Latkr. The Australian troops, upon arrival in London, were met by Colonel Ward, of Geuri-&l Lord Mctliurn's staff, and other staff officers. They were im mediately entrained for lfounslow, and hands of the Scots Greys met them at the. Hounslow d< p6t, and preceded the contingent fiom the railway station to the barracks, where the whole regiment cheered their Colonial brothers in arms. The men of the Scots Greys insisted on grooming the Australians' horses. The streets through which the con tingent lmnched were thronged with spectators, and the enthusiasm inani fe.-ted was tremendous. The Australian othcers were heartily welcomed at mess by the officers of tile regiment. Colonel Las...

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TELEGRAMS. WAR IN EUROPE GREECE AND TURKEY. GRECIAN REVERSES, THE RETREAT FROM LARISSA A SHAMEFUL PANIC. GREEKS ROUTED AT MATL CONSTERNATION IN ATHENS. A REBELLION FEARED. [BY CABLE] LONDON, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 May 1897

TELEGRAMS* WAR IN EUROPE GREECE AND TURKEY. GRECIAN REVERSES, THE RETREAT FROM LARISS A A SHAMEFUL PANIC. GREEKS ROUTED AT MATL CONSTERNATION IN ATHENS. A REBELLION FEARED. [by CABLE3 Loudon. April 24. ThtJ Greeks on Wednesday last soffered tremendous losses whilst attempting- to recap to re the Muluua Pass. In Servia an agitation has been set on foot for the cession of a Tur kish port. Colonel Vassos states that the Cretan insurgents are likely to at tack the ports held by the Powers, unless the blockade is immediately raised. A report from LariBsa states that: 400 soldiert;, comprising a foreign legion, and including sis English men, have proceeded to the frontier. The towu of Larissa is crowded with foot fugitives, and the villagers are carrying their household goods there for safety. The scenes on the highways are very pitiful. The Greeks fortified Kritiri on Wednesday last-, but were separated during the evening by a deep ravine and eventually were dislodged from this position ...

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THE CANADIAN TARIFF. LONDON, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 May 1897

THE CANADIAN' TARIFF. London, April 24. The new Canadian tariff provides for a reduction of 25 per cent, on all goods, except wines, spirits, and tobacco, im ported from countries admitting Canadian exports free. In the Canadian House of Commons 011 Friday, Mr. W 8. Fielding, the Minister of finance, made an important speech in dealing with the. new Tariff Bill, which gives the preference to British products. He. said ihe Dingley Tariff Bill, recently passed in the United States, showed plainly that that country was indisposed to trade with Canada. It was. therefore, necessary for Canada to shape h< r policy with a single eve to her own interests. The German and Belgian treaties prevent*d the Colonies from granting to Britain exclusive pre ference in regaid to the tariff, hut the Canadian tariff could not possibly be objected to. The Government offered all countries willing to rstablish fair trade relations similar privileges to those accorded Great Britain. England dealt...

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SOUTH AFRICAN AFFAIRS. GERMAN INTRIGUE EXPOSED. TROOPS AND ARTILLERY EN ROUTE FOR THE CAPE. BRITAIN PREPARING. LONDON, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 May 1897

SOUTH AFRICAN AFFAIRS. GERMAN INTRIGUE EXPOSED. TROOPS AND ARTILLERY EN ROUTE FOR THE (JAPE. BRITAIN PREPARING. London, April 24. Ill the Assembly of Cnpe Colony, Mr. P. J. Du Toit, President of the African der Bund, moved, impressing upon all parties, the wisdom of a policy of moderation and the importance of culti vating a spirit of toleration utiioug the South African States, paying faithful oliservance to existing treaties. The deltate, which was then adjourned, pend ing the return of Mr. Cecil Rhodes and Mr. Schreiner, was resnnied ye-tcrday. Sir Gordon Sprigg. the Premier, insisted that it was essential the Transvaal Con vention should l-e maintained. He did not lielieve war was probable. At any rate, if it came the Transvaal Govern ment would lie wholly responsible. He would remind President Kruger that the building of forts and the importing of war material was not the way to promote itnd secure peace in South Africa. The debate was then adjourned. In the Legislative Council...

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AN AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN W.A. [BY TELEGRAPH.] AT COOLGARDIE. COOLGARDIE, April 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 May 1897

AN AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN W.A. [by tklegb abh-1 AT COOLGAEDIK. f-ooLGiRDiK, April 22. The members of Giffen's Australian Elrren arrivtd here by to-day's express, and two six-in-hnnd dr^s were in readi ness. besides a numlier of other reliicles, to convey the visitors nud their numerous friends to the conned chamber, where re freshment" were provided at the personal expense'of thiF memlier* of the coimrfl. Wheu the train drew np at the station, nnd the well-known forms of the e'evea were seen, dtwrs were given by a crowd whirh had assembled on the platform. Giffen, Trott, and other memlier.* of the team were met jy personal friend*, who had known them in the colonies. After a short drive around town, the visitor* reached the. council chamber, where a great crowd had gathered, and cheers were given. In the afternoon the team were taken for a four ronnd the town. They were first driven to the recreation grnnnd, where Mr. Oastien, oF the local team, consulted with the visitors as to the e...

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GLENBROOK MURDERS. BUTLER REACHES SYDNEY. AUCKLAND, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 May 1897

GLENBROOK MURDERS. BUTLER REACHES SYDNEY. Auckland, April 27. Butler, the alleged author of the Glcnbrook trag«lies, arrived in Auck land by the Mariposa to-day. The detectives who hold him ir. custody re port that he made two attempts at suicide before they sailed from Sail Francisco. He is in good health, and still retains an air of bravado. Sydney, April 29. Butler a.rired by the Mariposa, and was lauded at Elizabeth Bay, and taken quiet'y to the Darlinghurst Gaol with out the knowledge of the public.

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SPORTING. THE TURF. CONDON RACING CLUB. NOMINATIONS FOR JUNE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 May 1897

SPORTING, THE TURF, COKBON eacikg club. SOMlNABTONS FOR JUKE MEETING. ft»llbwito£ are tbenwnAutioDr for ({ft Condon Hacibg Chif/s approKfttng fttfegliagr— %a»uA Sfmr. Sfohitaf Diamond Grfcunf FadOdr lorenrf Dtfnrohur Klfre JhtoAAtf Irj Bijou 8trnii)iinuw Bridi Kcrku1 Graffiti Mentor Pilot fvrtsa ttxrrtiiuL*. Foricrn Xhnzrobin Eifie Itj Jfajoa UKfeUot fiuuet Amnintfl Maiden Krlegh Pilot Cokdos II a sm cap. Monitor Diamond Grain Forlorn Inrerar/ Dunrobin Durable Ivy Bijoa Morgan Georgia Mentor Pilot Caebikrs' Race. Bangall Gold Stingaree Prinwss Diamond Grain

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MATCH AT KALGOORLIE. PERTH, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 May 1897

MATCH: AT KALGOOBLIE. Perth, April 29. Ti» tJie-niafcTi at Knlsnorlir ycRtpptay, the A nstn>lixn. .Rlc*x*n jdispowwl-of- |Ue Jm-al eighteen in their first innings for 9S Giffen's men then ir^nt in, and at ibe latent had lost fire wickets tor 117 runs.

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CORRESPONDENCE. WHO IS TO REPRESENT US: THE MAN WE ENOW. OR THE MAN WE DON'T KNOW? [TO THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 May 1897

CORRESPONDENCE. WHO IS TO BEPBESENT US: THE MAN WE ENOW. OB THE MAN WE BOUT ENOW? [to the editor."] Bih,—X "would like, as an old resident, and one baring a stake in the goldfieli, to say a few wordB on the present burn ing question as to who is to repn-sent ns. So far as sides are concerned, I am in favour of any independent candidate, as against the man who biuds himself to a party. A man who does so, especially if that party happens to lie in a minority, simply injures the district he represents. Human nature is the same all the world over, and whatever party is in power is compelled to pay more attention to the electorates that return supporters than to those which return Oppositionists. I consider that for an electorate like the Pilliarra Gold field, which is, I may say, in its infancy, only crawling, not aide, to walk, an in dependent candidate is the last for its interests. We want railwavs. water, and many other requisites before »e are in a fit state to take any decided sid...

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MATCH WITH COOLGARDIE. April 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 May 1897

match with coolgabcie. April 27. A match tiefwcrn lTiir?n k Australian Klcren and a Cw»tenrdie Kisrbteen was ronrltideu al Cno'^aHiP yest-nrlav, and re sulted in a win fw ibe .Australians be I2A runs. Af'er six wielretKliad Fallen. friTcw declared tire Australians* second innings closed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 May 1897

TEMPLAE BROS. (Of Perth), General . . . ' D . .Contractors CT TEMPLAR BROS., having a laige quantity of the tiest material and appliances on hand at Marble Bar, arc prepared to radertake all kinds of Building Work, After the BEST STYLE and hj FIRST-CLASS TRADESMEN. BOTLEBS BUILT IN. Estimates g*rcn for all classes of arorlc. H. T. TEMPLAR, Mtirhlo Bar. the Sections. meeting at nullagine. Oh Saturday- night, April 24. Mr. Edg cumbe addressed a very well attended meeting at Nullagine; iu fart, the whole ramp turned out to listen to him. Hating been introduced by the chairman (Mr. VV. iuompson), Edgcumbe said: Chairman and Gentlemen.—1 J"come before you to-night with a definite policy. I am not an independent member; I am not sitting on a fence, waiting to tv pulled one way or the other, lam a straight-out Oppositionist, I think the Forrest crowd lime ruled tins country too long. The- have spent a tot of public money—but how lias it been expended ? There are JBtiS.OiK) to be laid out o...

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A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. [BY TELEGRAPH.] LAST DAY. SYDNEY, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 May 1897

A-J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. [by TELKQBAftl.] Last Day. Stdkbt. Anril 24. The 'weather for the closing day of the A.J C. Autumn Meeting, at Randwick, was fine and pleasant, consequently there was a large attendance. The course wr,s heavy, owing to recent rains. The results of the racing are as follows:— Handicap. Messrs. Cleclan A McLcod's Sabre tache, 4 years (8st 71 h) 1 P- 6. Allen's Fucile. 3 yrs (8st 21b) ... 2 W. Miller's First Mate 3 yrs (8st) ... 3 Other starters — Morncro, Resolute, Charge. Feu-de-Joie, Temple, Shaughran, Duddingston. Belting—3 to 1 Fucile, 4 to 1 Sabretache, 8 to I Feu-de-Joie, 7 to 1 Duddingston, lit to 1 others. A protest was entered by the owner of Fucile against Sabretache, for interfering. The committee, after investigation, upheld the protest, and the race was therefore awarded to Fucile, who ran into second place. Handicap. Hon. H. C. Dongnr's Positano (6st 71b) 1 €. Page's Kallaiiua (8st21b) 2 W. P. Crick's Gozoreina (7at Llib) ... 3 Other starters—True ...

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A WOMAN MURDERED. PERTH, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 May 1897

A WOMAN MURDERED. PEntn, May 5. A woman named May Wayne, the keeper of a cool drink shop on the ninety-mile road. about six miles from Coolgardie, was shot dead to-day. The police are investigating the case, but the name of the perpetrator of the murder is not known. Two men, named Robert Reid and James Connelly, are. however, suspected of beiug concerned iu the affair, and were, in consequence, arrested by the Coolgardie police and charged with the crime. Roth men were armed to the teeth, and their capture was cleverly effected.

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