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Victoria. BURNED TO DEATH. MELBOURNE, May 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 May 1897
Victoria. BtTKNKD TO DEATH. ' .~f , rMsLBOORHB. Mav 14. A * med'McKean, an old resident at Cnlac, was neciilentlv hiirnpd to death yesterday, within £i«bt of her husband, who, being paralytic, ww unable to render any assistance. - May. 19. Sir William Clarke, Bart., died suddenly in Mell»oiirae on Saturday morning, just after alighting from a tram in Collins-street. New haven has l«en shipped for Eng land, r
INTERCOLONIAL. New South Wales. SYDNEY, May 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 May 1897
INTERCOLONIAL. New South Wales. Svdickt, Mav 14. The fall court jcsteitlay fined thy printers and publishers of the "'Daily Telegraph," " Moruinu: Hemld," " Aus ftaltnir fitarf and ifi«-nii fling News" ,£10(1 each, with costs, for publishing matter with respeiBt to Butler.1 alleged to Itethe. p'-rjM'trator of the Gleubronfe tragedies, calrnlat'd to interfere wilb the course of justice. V / f r / I ( 1 (jM8? 20. t t Jtld el(^b"1y[ tri^n,ti^n^|B&lt;-t|>dtnaii wfsj found dead at his home, 17 miles from Newcastle, on Tuesday night. It is sup posed that he committed suicide by chokiug hiuiself..
SPORTING. THE TURF. [BY TELEGRAPH.] W.A.T.C. WINTER MEETING. PERTH, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 June 1897
SPORTING. the tobf. [»T HEUSU1B-] W.A.TC. WINTER MEETING. Pkhth. May 27. i«e Western Australian Turf Club's winter meeting was held on Saturday and' Monday last, splendid weather prevailing, the sport beta" good, and the attendance large. _ The following were the results of - the various events:— Finn Day. Hokulk Bscs, handicap, of 100 rots. ; srennft horse to receive 20 soraont of stake; two miles. Detractor ... 1 Maud... ... 2 Beoecia Bay 3 Two-Yeak-Ou> HakdicaV, of 100 sots ; second horse to recei ve 20 sors oot of the atake; seven furlongs. ladr Sylvia I .Envoy- 2 Perfection ... 3 Gkakmtakd Stakes : one mile and a furlong. Swithinreo ... ... ... ... 1 Yale Lock ... * PanlPry 3 ScuiHfi Bace. Dora ... ... I Carbonate ... ... ... ... 2 Ufctvoar 3 SiEcniE Stakes, handicap, 00 sora.; five -furlongs. Yale Lock ... 1 Louie 2 r Loch Isle ... ... 3 Secokd Day. Hobbles. Faultless ... ... ... 1 Benecia Boy 2 Moonlight 3 Queek's Flats. Lb Tar 1 Tspean 2 No other starters. Two-Yeak-Ou>...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 June 1897
Alteration of S&egnlation 93 —I»abour Conditions on Iieases, under the Q-old fields Act 3960/97. Department of Mines, Perth, 14th Mity, 1897. HIS Excellency the Governor in Kxrcutirc Council, under the powers conferred on lain by Section 99 of the '"Goldfiflds -vet,59 Vic.. No. 49." lias been pleased to cancel lt?guIaliou 93 na at present standing, gaz.-tied April 15, 189G, and to fiiib-tilute the following regulation in iieu thereof, to be in force from this day. E. H. WITTENOOM, Minister for alines. 93.—(al " Every arpa of land hereafter ap " applied for as n lease, shall, at the 44 expiration of thirty days frnni the 44 dale upon whicli the application '• shall have been rpcoinmended hy " the Warden to tlie Minister forap " approval, lie efficiently and oon " tinuously worked on every working " day not being a bank or public 44 holiday, except during such period !' of exemption from work as the 44 Warden or if inistcr may grant; the 44 laliour to be so employed on any " s...
WARDEN'S COURT. MARBLE BAR, JUNE 3. (Before Mr. Axel Ostlund, Warden). [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 June 1897
WARDEN'S COURT. i MARBLE BAR, JUNE 3. (Before Mr. Axel Ostlund, Warden). Mr. W. Cunimings, on hehp.lf of the lejsea, applied for one month's exemption on leases Nos. 4-44 and 445, named res pectively Peary and Nanscn. The funds of the syndicate Jiad heen exhausted, and they wished a little time during which to form a company with larger capital. The syndicate had heen formed in August, 1895, for prospecting. Three men had l>een engaged for twelve months with twenty horses, and during that time they had prospected the Oakover, without success. At the end of the twelve mouths, -the party was re-formed, witli two inen and n lesser number of horses, and went to the Turner and Shaw. Altout OctolxM-, 1896, these leases were pegged: out. The total amount expended to date was £2,000, of which £860 had heen spent on the leases. The work done was shaft sinking and trenching. One shaft on the Peary was down 60ft, and one 45ft. The work on the Nanscn had l*>en principally trenching. The s...
LOCAL COURT. MARBLE BAR JUNE 2. (Before Mr. Axel Ostlund, R.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 June 1897
LOCAL COURT. MARBLE BAR. JUNE 2. (Before Mr. Ax&lt;-1 Ostlund, R.M.) Then; were several cases listed for hearing at the sitting of the local court on Wednesday last. E. Stanton sued W. E. F. Lacey for £22, money lent. This case had lieen adjourned from the previous court to permit of the plaintiff obtaining froth Roebourne certain documentary evi dence. Edward Stanton, plaintiff, produced j a promissory note of defendant's, drawn on the-Irtter"s office at Roebourrie" for j £50. £28 of this had 1 »e&lt;*n repaid, and there was now a lalance of il22. He put in letlers which went to prove that defendant owed him this money, and also that he had l»cen in a position to pay- •; ■ Cross-examined : On: tlife 23rd Sep tember, 1894. he met the defendant at Uounsevell's hotel. Bamboo Creek, tln-re Iveing other persons present. W. E F. Lacey, defendant, stated that since this case, had Ix-eu adjourned he hnd wired to Mr. Roe, Hcx lmurne. asking him to interview the Imiik mana ge...
GENERAL. PERTH, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 June 1897
GENFBAL. Pebth, May 25. Intelligence has l»em received of the death, by drowning, of Chas. CaviU, the well-known swimmer. May 27. In the City Court yesterday, James Barrett, a solicitor, was charged with obtaining jewellery to the amount of JE98 10s. hy means of a valueless cheque. The prisoner was remanded, hail being refused The Minister of Education. Mr. H. B. Lefroy, was yesterday re-elect»-d, un opposed for the Moore district.
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 June 1897
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Coxdon Race Privileges.—In con nection with tin- ensuing race meeting at Condon, Mr. John Crawford, of Marble Bar, lias purchased the totalizator and Calcutta sweeps. Marble Bar Races.—On Tuesday next, 8th inst, at 10 p.in , nominations for tlie Marble Bar Handicap, Flying Handicap, and Pi.harm GnldGeld Stakes will close at the secretary's office. Opknixg cp Port Hldland.—Dr. H. W. Nix has shown us a ti-legraui he received during the early part of this week from Mr. Robert Wallace, stating that the schooner Lady St. Albans was now discharging a large shipment of jetty timber at Port Hedland. CoXDOK Races.— Wednesday next will he the opening day of the Condon Race Club's annual meeting, and every thing so far promises for as interesting sport as was provided last year. A con siderable number of local people intend faking advantage of the special coach services, and will probably journey down to the coast. Wreklv Mail fob Bamboo—The Postal Department is awake.ning s...
CONDON RACES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] CONDON, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 June 1897
CONDON RACES. [BV TELEGKiriT.1 (moii or& ows cobrespoxd^nt). Condon. June 3. The following are the acceptances for the Condon race meeting :—Telegraph Stakes — Monitor. Forlorn, Inverary. Elfie, Ivy, Bijnn. Morgan, Georgie M ntnr, Pilot. Flying Handicap—Tvy. Monitor, Forlorn, Elfie. Bijon, Maiden Erleijjh, Amherite. Pilot. Condon Han dicap—Monitor. Forlorn, Inverary, Ivy. Georgie Meritor, Pilot. Carriers' Race —Bang:. Stingaree, Diamond Grain, All Gold. Princess. During th«* last few days the weath'-r lias been all tint could he desired for training purposes, and. consequently, trainers and jockeys have l»een doing | good work. Training cip-ra»ionsliavel»e«-n carried on at the old course, as the new one is bring well prepared for the meet ing. and when finished will Ire equal to any course in the North-West. All the horses have now arrived, with the exception of those from DeGrey. Glancing at the various candidates when on the track this morning Ivy ap pears to lie in the pi...
DISTRICT NEWS. BAMBOO CREEK. BAMBOO CREEK May 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 June 1897
DISIRIGT NEWS. BAMBOO CREEK. (FEOM OC8 OWN COEBESPOSDENT.) Bamboo Crf.ek Mav 31. An elderly man named Samuel B. Hafford, a uiueh respected resident of Bamboo, dii-d on Thursday morning last at the Mount Prophecy hotel from dropsy and old age. He was familiarly known as Old Sam, and had resided on Bamboo Creek for about twelve months, most of his tiuie I »euig occupied in pros pecting. He was one of the pioneers of the West Coast of New Zealand, and had l»een in Victoria in the early days of Ballarat, and also on the other min ing centres there. He was only ill for about a month, and did not sutler acutely. He was quite conscious to within a few minutes of his death, and passed away quietly at half-past eight iu the morning, in the presence of Mr. George Walker, and a few friends who had gathei-ed round. He was buried that evening in the local cemetery, a large numl»er of residents attending the ! funeral, the burial service being read by I Mr. Geo. Jackson. ! As a result of the loca...
GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 June 1897
*; OBjKE BALK E WS. L/oKpy&vMjty 2-3. j -A BfHin*«touwmnn,:*rhne>Htf iMtipt- I j in#'" tij *MiSi»t' H Vyass' Tttfll off liisj The firet Jpl.llt* difaherirorLgDaoir poorViH IteTudcT oifjune 24. Au excited delate of the Spanish Senate ended in a brawl in the lobby, and one nobleman struck another for censuring the Government. A diamond valued atJ&30,000 which was sold by Aaron Jacob, of London, diamond merchant, to the Nizam of Hyderabad, has been stolen. It was intended as a present for the Queen. . The Cape Parliament has voted £25.000 to local charities as a jubilee memorial. In 'the Austrian Reirhrath yesterday, during a debate on the Bohemian Language Question, memtera of the Opposition hurled inkstands ut - the President, and' indulged in the coarsest invective. The Princ« of Wales oh Saturday last opened the Blackwall runnel.