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VICTORIAN ASSOCIATION. MELBOURNE, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 May 1897
VIOTOIlIAN ASSOC! \TION. Mcuors.vF, Mar Ifl. I He various matches in conneriion with tlir Yirlorisn Footlull Assorialion, on S^tardaj last n-eultrd ax follow:— Collingwood, 8 goals 2 behind*, beat Es srndon, 4 goals fi behiuds. Mellonnir, 9 goal* in behind*, Wat Go-lnng, 3 goal* 2 behind*. Fitamy, 10 goals 6 Ik-hinds, beat St. Kilda, 3 goal* 8 behiuds. Soutli MrUmimp,(>enals ibeliindi;. beat Carllon, 8 goals 6 lieliindx. • Port Melbourne. 6 goals 8 lieliindx, lieat Wiliiamslofrn, 2 goats 3 lieliindx. Footxi-nv, 20 goals 13 lieliiods, beat Jlirhmond. 6 goals 10 Iwliinds. Brunswick. 2 goats 3 hehinds, brat North Melbourne, 1 goal 10 Ik-hinds. Perth, May 17. The following arc the results of last Saturday's matches:— West Perth, 6 goals 10 liehinds, beat Fremantle. 2 goals 1 behind. Imperials, 6goals 4 behind*, beat Borers, 2 goals.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 May 1897
Ohas. E Flinders, AUCTIONEER .yiD General Commission Agent. Commissions of all kinds undertaken - atso l Accountancy Work and Book-keeping. Auction Sale* conducted in any part oF the district by private arrangement. CK&B0B8 EEABONABLC. Notice of Application for Auriferous ILease. "T^rOTrCK is hereby giren that X, the 1* . undersigned, have this day male application for a lease tinder 1 lie GotdfMds Regulation* oF ground Irnwn as " The Federal," containing 6 arrra commencing at the aonth-west comer (datum peg); thence north 8| chains to the south-treat peg oF tJiealwndoued lease harlie ; thence cast 7 chains; thrnre south 8j chains; thesre vest 7 chains to datom peg. Objections to Ibis application must lie lodged with tli>* Mining Registrar. Uarble Bar, within 30 days from date hereof. As witness my hand >*l Tamlionrrah this 14th day of May, 1897. W. STREET. ...THE... piLbarra GOLDFIELD NEWS Published every Friday at Marble Bar. PUbarra Goldfield, JVorth- West Australia...
TELEGRAMS. WAR IN EUROPE GREECE AND TURKEY. GREAT BATTLE AT DOMOKOD GREEKS DEFEATED. WAR CORRESPONDENTS MISSING. [BY CABLE] LONDON, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 May 1897
TWBOHAMBd »*&lt;> V V jfcV «W *£*•«» « ai * 7 i &lt; ' - --302*. -i ::aoK GREECE • A«® TURKEY." GEEAT battle at domokos > .. .. I i greeks l)fepis«ir£D: i WAR coti^&rWvtisfs MIS SIKG. ^13 iM&lt;\J.V ■: :, x«* e**t*3 . i 1 a liOHDOW; M«y -17. A Ti^kUi E^aaJ^tu^s i^pj|red 31 Greek vessels. , A report From Atkens states the Greeks have raptured .Neeopuhsy a 'small port on j the coastof Epirg/, &n d ata how qtiackitfg Preveza. both bylahd and sea. The Porte demands the nnuesa tion nfThessaly, a war indemnity «.f £10,000,000, and the abolition of Greek capitulations. The severe peace de manded by the Button are said to lie dnejtbjthe military -a u d.' tal igii i us in fluence at Yildiie )\jlaee.' The Greek GwVeriiuient has ap pealed, to the officers and men at Doihdkbfe not id n'tmit Froiu tlfni pb^itionj whatever'happens. t The -jLondon *' Ti mes" ssys the Powers witi not entertain, nor even dfcct&vffltti-key's dewtwds. The Porte reg...
THE TRANSVAAL RAID. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 May 1897
pPHE TBA^VAAL RAiP. Mr. Ruthej-ford. Harris, secretary to the Chartered Company, London, de p««xi,l»efore /H"vR^id,. Committee «» Wednesday thai lie had informed one of tin* assistant und&lt;-r:Kecretar)s of the Colonial Office tha*. Mr. Cecil Rhodes desln&lt;l, poHce , should ,her stationed on Hie Vituisvaa! fr:»iitfef, in the erout of disturiianres at Johtiiinesliurj,'. . ' May 20. An amicnMe Settlement of the Traus vaal trouble «ill pruliahly result from the inter vie v* s Ix-tween Or. ft'. J. Leyds ati&'Mf J. ChamherUdu! ' ' - '• '
NEWMARKET STAKES. LONDON, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 May 1897
KEWMARKKT STAKES. Lronxnr, May 20. The principal race or tin* Heron a oaf or die Nrvnurket spring meeting resulted BS fidlovt-— Nswwmt Stakes, Of at lea-t 3^00 sor^^bj subscription of SO sots, eorli; for lliner-ycar-olds; second horse 10 per cr«.tM and third horse 6 percent, upon ike vkole. One mile andtao furlongs. J, Gobies' Galtmmrr, by Kendall— hSorjtanrtitvfhft, ... ... 1 P. Xorcliiard'e Brrzak, bj Sensation— Belpkoebe, 9st ... ... ... 2 C, D, Kose's PridiOH, by Chittabob— Bmpiise,^ ... ... ' 3
CHESTER SPRING MEETING. LONDON May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 May 1897
CHESTEB SPUING MEETING. Londost May IS. The principal c«*nt of the rhrrtrr aprin® meeling, held to-day, resulted as follows: — Chksteb Ctp. Handirap; 2J55Q sow. (up sained at £50, remainder in aperie); aerond linrse to reeeirc 300 sots., and tliird horse 200 sow from the stake. Old euprourse, 2} miles. Mr. X**aandey*s Connt Strom hern, W Auglmm—Clonarmrn, 5yr*,8-&lt;t lOlh 1 Mr. DohbelPs Pietz. by Satiety— ©crote, iyra. 6stl3Ib ... 2 DoVr Wrsbmnstrrc A. B. H- Shad dork, l)j St. Sterf—Orange, iyrs, SstlOlb ... ... ... ... 3 The winner was trained by Mr. W. Lea&r.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 May 1897
Jga. Alteration of Regulation 93 —^Labour Conditions on Peases, under the Gold fields Act 3960/97. Department of Mines, Perth, I4tk May. 1897 HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council, under the powers conferred on him by Section 99 of the '"Goldfif Ids -\ct, 59 Vic., No. 40." has been pleased to cancel ll?gulaiiou 9 J as at present Blending, gazetted April 15, 1893. and to substitute the following regulation in iieu thereof, to be in force from this day. E. H. WITTEXOO.VF, Minister for alines. g3._(al " Every aron oF land hereafter ap applied for as a lease, shall, at the "expiration of thirty days froiu the "date upon which the application " shall linvc l»een recommended by " l\ie Warden to the Minister for ap " npjiroval, lie efficiently and. cn» *' linuously worked on every working " day nut living a batik or public " liuliday, exi*pt during such period of exemption from work as the " Wnrden or Minister may grant; the " lnlxwr to be so employed on any " such area slinll b...
ROEBOURNE NEWS. [BY TELEGRAPH.] ROKBOURNE, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 May 1897
ROEBOURNE NEWS. I_BV TELEGEAPR. J Rokuocrke, May 25. The Queen's Birthday passed off quietly. the only amusement being a cricket match lietweeu Cossack and the Civil Service, in the pre.uiership associa tion matches. Affrr n good game, the Civil Service won by 62 runs. The scnring-!ist now reads : Civil Service, 2 j points; Cossack, 1 point; Roebourne Rovers, nil. j A meeting of the Municipal Council was held la^t night to consider the grant ! of £100 made by the Government for j celebrating the Qm-cn's Diamond Jubi- ! lee, and it was resolved to have a meet I ing of ratepayers and residents on Friday | night to discuss the matter. It is j probable a huge picnic will he arranged. ] Last week, seven Japanese wire charged at the local police court with j gambling, and one was fiu~d £20 fori heing the owner of a gambling house, J whilst the six others were mulcted to the I extent of £10 each for participating in j an unlawful game. The fines were paid. I The weather keeps w arm and dry...
GENERAL. PERTH, May 15 [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 May 1897
GKX F.HAL. Pkbth, May 15 Tlie Qnrf-nslniid Meuzies mine has just crushed 150 tons for 534oz&. Burltauks Birthday Gift has crashed 3.073 tons for 10.004 ozs, or an average yield of 3ozs 5d« ts per ton. May 19. A man named Newman arrived at Espei-anee on Saturday, having walked all the way from Adelaide. He left the latter place on December 2+i - — May 20. The Governor yesterday decided to enfoi-ce the regulation prohibiting the impu tation of camels into this colony , from the Northern Territory. I
THE THOUSAND GUINEAS. LONDON May 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 May 1897
THE THOUSAND GUINEAS. Ldxdos May 10. t The Thousand Guineas, 100 ws. esrh ; Kalf forfeit; for lliree-trear oH fillies; weirfit, 8«t 121b; with 88 subscribers, has resulted as trader :— Lori Snwhety'* Chelandty, by Gold fineli—XHnminafri. 8st !2Ib ... 1 Geopold de IlnlliKrluld's Gotatta, by Galopin—Biserts, 8st I2lh ... 2 Mr. Walker's Galatea, by Galopin Pamela,8.st 121b 3 Goletta vaa strongly fancied, Galatea being an ontaidcr.
CRICKET. BLANTON'S XI.v. KINGSMILL'S XI. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 May 1897
CRICKET. BLANTON'S XL r. KINGS MILL'S XI. The following are the details of a ntn'c-h played on tin- Marble Bar club's ground between two local elcrenn, captained res pect ire lj bj Metsrs. F. M. Wanton and W. Kingunill:— Buhtok's Teu. J- Higgins, b C. McDonald I E. O'Flsliertj, li J. McDonald ... 3 P. Msrkie, «■ SluMx. hC. McDonald 0 H. Hrllicrington, c Kingsniill, b J. , McDonald . ... ... O A. Hall, 1» C- McDonald ... ... 0 H. Oraddtx-k, b C- McDonald ... 1 F. M. Blanton, c O'Hara, b J. Mc Donald ... ... ... ... 6 W- J. Kmgsmill, || C. McDonald ... 4 J. Flack, b 0. McDonald 3 W. Corlioy. not out ... ... ... 4 J. McLaughlin, c and b Grano ... 4 Sundries 6 Total 31 Bowling—C. McDonald, 6 for 12; J. M cDonald. 3 for 7; .-Stulilts, 0 for 6; Grano, 1 forO. Second Innings. J. McLaughiin, c Staples, b C. Mc Donald ... ... ... ... 6 W- Corlioy. c and li C. McDonald ... 6 J. Flack, r Kingttinill. bC. McDonald O W. J. Kiugsniilt, li C. McDonald ... 4 F-M. Blanton, cO'flora, h KingsiulU 3 H-...
MELBOURNE HUNT CLUB. MELBOURNE, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 May 1897
MELBOURNE HUNT CLUB. Meubourke. Mav 9. The results of the if elltourtic Haul Clnli's meeting. held at Flemington on Satardaj. were »s follow : — Hcrdleb. . Six .... 1 Sfaeosk 2 Murdoch ... S Fut Race. May Da j I Uoouloag ... ... 2 Terminal 3 &TESPUECKA8X. Will-o'-the-wisp 1 Ferrril ... ... ... ... 2 Fomsdal ... ... ... 3 Jrwioaa* Fur Sacs. Ironsides 1 Talroma ... 2 Bell McTae ... 3 Desk Pabk Handicaf. Moonalnng ... ... ... ... 1 Melema ... 2 Deposed 3 Whites Pure. Ironsides ... ... ... ... 1 Don Jnan 2 Laundress 3 J The weather was pleasant, and there was * good attendance, ererylhing pwang off splendidly.
SPORTING. THE TURF. [BY TELEGRAPH.] S.A.J.C. MEETING. ADELAIDE, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 May 1897
SPORTING. THE TURF. [Br mseuFB.] S.AJ.C. MEETING. Adeuide, May 9. j%t. uw concluding &lt;day of I he* autumn meeting of the 8. U C- on Saturday there were a targe numlu r of people present, the meeting twiiig held on the Morpliellrille course. Ttie raciug was intereMiug. and the backers, on the whole, iiad a good day. During itieday £13/68 IDs passed through the totalizator, or £053 inure than the amount invested the same day last year. The following were the results:— Seluxg Hubdles. Clammie ... 1 Her Ladyship ... ... ... 2 11aymale ... ... ... ... 3 Pisheb Stakes. Loyalty 1 Argent 2 Viking ... ... ... ... 3 Steeplechase, of £300; three miles. Banjo I Bernal ... ... ... ... 2 Britomarte 3 S. 1JC. HmiciF, of £250; lj mileB. Acton 1 Besponse ... 2 Birfcsgate ... ... ... ... 3 Jcvkkilk Huosur. Security ... I Depah ... ... ... 2 U ribrae 3 Totauzatob Hakx*cap. Staffs 1 ' Afarryatrine ... - 2 The Don 3