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INTERCOLONIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 May 1897

INTERCOLONIAL. [Br TRLWCRAPH.] NEW SOOTH WALES. Svdkev, May 10. Mr. Kdmunri Barton has been called to tliu Ejejjislativp Council and entrusted with the Federation Bill. Tlie debate on this Bill was begun in the Assembly to-day. I A fire occurred at I/ucnow on Sunday night, and resulted in the death of a ' man, a woman, and three children. j

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BRITISH AND FOREIGN. IMPERIAL POLITICS. LONDON, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 May 1897

BRITISH AND FOREIGN. IMPELtlAL POLITICS. Londov, May 3. Yt-sterdny, in the House of Commons, the Opposition raised a debate on the Government's policy. The movement was sineuarly inopportune, as Sir William Harcnurt was too unwell to take part i.i the discussiou. Mr. Cur zon twitted the Radicals with being with nit an alternate policy, and said their inouths were full of denunciation, but thay lacked brains.

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JAMESON RAID. LONDON, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 May 1897

JAMESON BAID. London, May 8. The committee now enquiring into the circumstances surrounding the Jame son raid insist tlrnt the directors of tlie Eastern Telegraph Company produce copies of certain cables that passed l»e tween Mr. Ceeil Rboies and Messrs Rutherford and Harris, on the 18th of Deceiid»er, 1896, and it is supposed j these "ill throw considerable light on j erents from that period up to the | present. The directors, however, demur. I

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FEARFUL EXPERIENCE AT SEA. LONDON, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 May 1897

FiiABFOIi KXPEKIENCE AT SEA. Lokdox M&y 12. Intelligence has lieen i-eceived of a terrible experience on* hoard a ship off tlie east coast of North America. A lire occurred on l>oaid the steanu-r Leon, be tween New York and Galveston, oji the Golf of Mexico. All efforts to subdue the flames proved without avail, and the only hope of saving the officers and crew was in keeping up full steam and running the vessel into port. Thirteen stokers were suffocated by the smoke which filled the engine-room, and eigktei-n otlie.s who attempted to desert were compelled to resume dutv at the point of loaded revolvers. Further particulars have lieen re ceived from the Gold Coast regarding the fate of the expedition recently at tacked by theSamory triliesmeii. Several mouilters,including a hiutenant, attached to the expedition were not massacred, tiut were taken prisoners. A punitive party has been sent from Lagos, and this has now recaptured the prisoners, and will avenge the death of ...

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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 May 1897

GENE UAL NEWS. London, M:iy 8. The new Western Australian loan was quoted on Saturday at u quarter per cent. pr*-u>ium.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 May 1897

BIRTH. McSHEEBT.—On. Tuesday afternoon. IB'li May. llio wife of Patrick McSherry, of Marble Bar, a dauguter —THE |)ilfrarra <§olbMt Refers. EfiHJAY.MAY 21. 1897.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 May 1897

AUCTIONEER, ~ accountant, v Mining a5d general com , MISSION AGENT. Era ttcia-st reet, marble bah. Bents and Debts Collected. : -Accounts accurately -kept. Books Audited. Al kinds of agrncii-s undertaken. Correspondence atid T<-lesra.ms promptly attended to. Agent for Aheam i Hays Coach be tween Marble Bar and NnHagine. RABBLE BAB SADDLE - AJTO HARNESS EACTOBY, Fi-aiieiest., Marble Bar. Good useful Harness, Leather, Saddles, on band.also.quaotitj- of good racing ia ate rial. . All -repairs neatly executed, nidi As utmost possible dispeieki • BAN BARKER, Manager. Sale Horse Sale. J CRAWFORD.*rill sell by public _ -» andaon tm the day immediately following the Jut day's racing c. number bfHORSES, including GOOD DRAUGHTS f :r ■ - = and some Good "Useful Horses. Entries are now being received. S. TinM and Co. BOOK-KEEPEBS AND > ADDITOES. Accounts Coltected. i CommissionsEtecuZed. m&BMEE BAR v v*s«ris.rt-s!> tl £(»t TtOBT.pn May 6th. • CHEQUE, dram by;,Templar Br...

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SPORTING. THE TURF. [BY TELEGRAPH.] CANNING PARK RACES. PERTH May 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 May 1897

SPORTING. THE TURF. tBT TELEGRAPH, j CANKISG PARK RACES. Perth Msv 9. ' The following are the results at the Canning Park races en Saturday last:— Post Flutter. Skylark 1 Dolly 2 Peter 3 Flying Handicap. Paul Pry ... 1 8withincen 2 Bain Marie 3 Auction Stakes. ladf Clare 1 Nancy Lee 2 Allinon ... ... ... ... 3 Bkuce Steeplechase. Creasy 1 Gipsy Queen 2 Guardsman 3 Maddington Stakes. Clarrio 1 Try Again 2 IdilinxQ ... 3 Welter Plate. Busty 1 Ella 2 Dora... ... ... ... ... 3 Notwithstanding the dull weather, there was a fair attendance, and £1,465 passed through the totalixator.

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South African Affairs. ALIEN IMMIGRATION ACT. LONDON, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 May 1897

South African Affairs. ALIEN IMMIGRATION ACL London, May 8. A " Times " article on the situation ] in South Africa, expresses the opinion that Uitlanders are gaining ground in ] the Transvaal, as they never actively insist on anything that Great Britain I dec-lures to be contrary to the convention of 1884. The War Party in the Transvaal Republic is indignant at the Volksraad, on account of the concessions wade Uitlauders. and through it having been shown to be in favor of a repeal of the Alien Immigration Act. Mr. Chutnlierlain, in alluding to the South African situation, in the House of Commons last night, stnted that the repeal of the Alien Law relieved the tension between Great Britain and Presi dent K.ruger's Government.' May 8. A South African political society has passed n solutions strongly urging the Cape Government to support Great ; Britian in insisting that the terms ofr, the London Convention of 1884 be ob served. Capt. Nesbitt, of the Mashonaland Police, and Trooper Hen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 May 1897

Pilbarra Koads Board. £10 REWARD I^RE above Reward will be paid by the _ Pilbarra Roads Board to any person Ending a road to connect Western Shaw witli tlie crossing at the Shaw River, near the White Quartz Blow. The claimant must be prepared to pilot a vehicle selected by the Board to mark the pro posed track, and prove to the satisfaction of the Board that the Toad suggested is a suitable one. W. D. BEA.CHER. Secrctarv Marble Bar, May lPth. L. T. Stantoidge, AUCTIONEER, STOCK, STATION, & GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, Milling Agent, Sliarebroker, and LEGAL MANAGER. Roebonrne. Draught and Saddle Horses for Sale. Heavy Stocks of Harness and Saddlery kept up. Ageut for tbe New Zealand Insur ance Co, All kinds of risks undertaken. Special Goldfields Rates on application. HORSE SALES held every FRII) A Y, at 11 o'clock, at his yards. Sole Agent for Robt. Smith's Harness and Saddlery. € gl CYCLES gl CYCLES. TO arrive early nest week—Special Line of First-class Machines, by the leadin...

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TELEGRAMS. WAR IN EUROPE GREECE AND TURKEY. THE BATTLE OF PHARSALA. GREEKS DEFEATED. VELESTINO ABANDONED. [BY CABLE] LONDON, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 May 1897

TELEGRAMS. WAR IN EUROPE GREECE AND TURKEY. THE BATTLE OP PHABSALA. GBKEKS DEFEATED. VELESTINO ABANDONED. [bt cabc£] Lokdok. Mny 8. The baggage of the Duke of Sparta and Prince Nicholas has been cap tured by the Turks. The bravery of the Turks while crossing the ttiver Kutchnk, when pursuing the Greeks after the battle of Pharsala towards A liny ro, which they did nnder a decimating fire, is described by an impartial eye-witness as amazing. ' Further particulars received of the fighting at Pharsala and Velestinn, show that Edbcm Pasha directed four divisions against Pharsala with the inteution of forcing that position on Thursday. He, however, touched a Greek outpost on Wednesday, and skirmishes at once followed. These . speedily developed ipto a general en gagement, and towards eveuing the Greeks retired, being heavily shelled as they were crossing the river. During the coarse of the uight the whole Greek line. retreated, thus . compelling Colonel Smolenski to nbandoir^Velesttno.: ...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 May 1897

Secohd Dir. fiiBTHXAY Cvr, handicap, 150 som • second horse to receive 30 sor* out of the stake ; oae and a half miles. Paul Pry ... 9 9 War Dance 7 6 Ije Var 9 7 Carbonate ... 7 4 Stilleto 9 2 Sarithinceh... 7 3 Searpia 8 7 Germaine ... 7 0 Primrose ... 8 6 Ella 7 0 Telln* 8 6 Wild Ware 6 12 Snapshot ... 8 4 Well Shot... 6 9 Pryden 8 2 Try Again ... 6 9 Tale Dock... 7.12 Detractor ... 6 7 Plorrie 7 10

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W.A.T.C. WINTER MEETING. PERTH, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 May 1897

W.AT.C. WINTER MEETING. Pkbth. Mav 11. The following weights were declared yesterday for the Bitot day of the W.A.T C. winter meeting, and of the Birthday Cup, the principal event of die second day. Tiie first day of the meeting will be Satur day, May 22:— Hwhs Sics, handicap, of 100 sors. ; second horse to receive 20 sorsont of •take; two miles. at. lb. at. lb. Faultless ... 12 6 Detractor ... 10 0 Cressy ... 11 12 Trio ... lo 0 The I'rorost 11 9 Mainstay ... 9 18 Chance ... 11 6 W.K.C. ... 9 12 BeneeiaBoy 11 4 Moonlight ... 9 9 First Bolt ... 10 10 Guardsman 9 6 Encorter ...10 9 Mando ... 9 6 Gipsy Queen 10 2 Idialium II. 9 0 Wild Ware 10 2 Bl'k Diamond 9 0 Tao-YEm-Om Hisstcir, of 100 aors.; second horse to receive 20 sors out of the stake; aercn furlongs. Enror ... 8 6 Faithfnl ... 7 6 Ullanng ... 8 4 lady Sylria 7 6 Perfection ... 8 0 Yakerong ... 7 0 The Clipper 8 0 GsiSDfiiiSD Stakes : one mile and a furlong. Paul Pry ... JLe VaJ ... Stilleto hanra Snirpia Primrose ... Tcllus ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 May 1897

Nullagine Raging Club. Preliminary Bfotice. TRACING mpji are hereby notified JOL tlut; a Bac6 Meeting will be held on the Nullagine daring the month of August vlien makes of about £300 will be run for. Full particulars in a future issue.' fi. P. LYNCH, Hon. Sec. Application for a General Publicans license. To the Worshipful the Justice* of the Pence acting in and For the District of Pi Ibarra, in Western Australia. IT- .J- NEWLAND, cow residing at J ' ^ Pi Ibarra, in the District of Pil barra, do hereby give notice that it is my intention to apply at the next Licensing Meeting to be Lolden for this district, for a General Publican's license, in the shop or rooms which I now occupy, or, intend to occupy, situated at Port Hedland, and to lie known under the sign of " Hedland Hotel." Dimensions of bouse, 40 x 25 ; with 10ft verandah all arouud; 4 rooms main building 12 x 12; and four veran dah rooms, 10 x 12. Given under my hand this 5th day of May, 1897 T. J. NEWLAND. (By his agent, J...

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WARWICK FARM RACES. SYDNEY, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 May 1897

WARWICK farm; races. £tdkky. Mav 9. At the W»rwid farm races on Saturday last, the following were the horses that ob tained places ;— FiWo Hisniup. Talarera Thespian . Black Diamond Twd-Ykax-Ois Hudicip Wenlock ... Brayleigh Keilt itjcnos Suns. The King Bethel The Brewer ... Wnma Fame Simctr Tom ... Bebel Qneen Projectile Pace Wezxeb. Thespian Vigilance Black Diamond

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ITALY IN ABYSSINIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 May 1897

ITALY IN ABYSSINIA. The Italian Government has decided that the jfliriswuis in Errthren. Ahyssi nia. am ill fnt«m? to lie limited to Massovvalu Th^ remainder of Ervthren is i»e maintained*tinfler-natii i' ehiets. whilst Eassala will be ceded toEgypt.

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RECENT PARIS FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 May 1897

BECENT PARTS FIRE. The Paris press is teeming with c>r. respQiidi-uC)' aU«-giii«* ooHurdiee and in hiiufianity against many iim-ii who were present at the recent terrible fire itt the , French capital.

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MINING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 May 1897

MINING ACCIDENT. John Wallace, miner, working in the Londonderry No. 1. South Conlgardie. "whsmi "Monthly night terribly injured through a luicket loaded with dirt falling on him from & height of a'«>ut fifty feet. He if not ■•xpecl<tl to live.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TERRIBLE BLASTING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 May 1897

TERRIBLE BLASTING- ACCIDENT. A (juarrymau named W. Arlour was firing rtm^ 5jn£uiite elia^i-s in Wiikie 8w». tall list pits - at' K.alg<>oi-lie «>n Saturday, wln-n one charge prematurely exploded, and the unfortunate man lost tlu-right of hotli eves, l.i-sidi s sustain ing injuries to his liodv of so terrible n nature as to necessitate the amputation of l/Oth legs and one arm. On Sunday night at a late hour the man was still alive.

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INTER-PROVINCIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] THE COOLGARDIE FIRE. PERTH, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 May 1897

INTER-PROVINCIAL. £ur teleghaph-3 THE COOLGABDIE FlliE. PKRTn. May 19. McDonald, one of the victims of the recent fire «t Keniu-dy's hotel, Ct>ol gnnlie, died Inst Friday night.' Ken nedy, another sufferer, is improving, Vhilst Curie is still in a critical con dition.

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