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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 June 1897
THE Nor*-West Steam lighter Co., LIMITED. Coocack to Condon and intermediate Torts. THE S.S. C HO YD 0 IT (Cait. F. FbakCk) WILL male regular trips from COS SACK to OONOON" and vice rersa, calling at all INTERMEDIATE PORTS as inducement offers. First-class accommodation for passengers For freight or passage, apply to GALBBAITH & CO., Agents, Cossaclc, or THATKFlft BAYNER. Condon Agents. V Jiibilee Hotel, ROEBOUIINE. H. OSBORN Proprietor, Hone but the best Wines, Beers, SpuitB, ' and -Cordials kept. A well-Kghted Billiard Table. * Loose Boxes for Bacelxorses. Careful and attentive Ostlers. 6 Leap Year Inn. Charles Bass kit, Proprietor. GOOD Accommodation for all classes \ of Visitors. Single Bed Booms. P irlour and Bedrooms for families. Good Table kept. Only the Best Brands of WineS, Beers and "" Spirits kept in stock. BASSETT BROS., Contractors for the Bamboo Creek—Marble SaV, Marble Il.-rr-Cmdon, and Coiidon - Roehourne, and also tlie ltoebjurne ... - V Fortescne Mail Serv...
THE ELECTORAL ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 June 1897
THE ELECTORAL ROLLS. The Coolgardia "Pioneer," in it* issue of Aprd 17, which, owing t&lt;£ the vagaries of the mail services iii this district, ia only recently to hnnd, publishes an Article upon "The Elec toral rolls, und what they touch us/' the tenor of which is thxtiu order to ensure adequate representntion for' the more populous centres, another, arrangement of the electorates is necessary. Thus, the " Pioneer's" proposition is a basis of one member, to every 500 voters upon the roll, which, if carried into effect—a con tingency extremely unlikely, con sideriiig the present Ministerial majority in the Legislative Assembly —would prnclically mean that the representatives of the Coolgardie G«ldfield, by rntubiuing with those from metiopoiitan cunstitueuccs, could out-vote upon all occasions the remaining districts, thus abrogating to themselves n major share of con srdemtion, and, of course, money for public works, to the neglect of the , rest of the colony. The journal ...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 June 1897
MAIL NOTICES. Hie following are detailed runnings of the Mail* between Marble Bar and all the other mail town* on this gotdtteld and the comtt DOWN. Bamboo Creek-Hoebourne (ria Condon). —Fortnightly service. Next mail learea Bamboo Creek on June 14, at 4 p.m. arming at Marble Bar at 4 p.m. on June lSlli. Learea Marble Bar (ho following morning at ? o'clock ; *ia Taiga, Coongan Hotel, W«rraloug, and Mulyie, arriving atj Condon at 4 ju«i, on June 19. Leave*1 Condon at 8 p in. on the 8Qth, armiagiu■; lloebourne on June 87. Nullagine to 1; or bourne. — Weeklj aervire. Next mail leave* Nidlagiue on June 24, at .10 a.m . arriving at MarliW Bar at noon on June 26. l«>aees name day at 3 p.m.} via Jusuiu-Time, Weatem Shaw, Tambourrah . Creek, Pilharra, Towranna, MaPina, aniving io lloel>ourno on Julj 8. DP. Roebourne..Bamboo Creek (via Condon), j —Forinigklly service. Next mail learea : tfnebourne on June 16, at 7 a.m. Arrive* ; at Condon at 8 p.m. on June SO. Leaves j Condon at4 p m. ...
LICENSING COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 June 1897
LICENSING COURTS. The quarterly sitting of floe Licensing Btnch of Mpgistintes tpok place at !M arbfe Bar on Monday last, there being present, Messrs. Axel Ostlund, R.M., and Walter Kitigsmill, and Dr. fl. W. Nix, J's.P. An application was made by Lew in J. Cpoke for a gallon license for his busi ness premises at Marble Bar, and the heariug of this «as adjourned until the 24th inst., owing to the bench being m complete. Dr. .Nix being, Jke owner of the building in question. ,llor»ert Wallace applied for a pro visional certificate for a publican's general license, for premises to be erected on towu site No. 3, at Port Hedland. The applicant appeared in person and stated he had no particulars of the build ing he proposed to erect besides the plan produced. Thp premises were to be constructed of sawn timber and corru gated iron • and stables containing ten stalls; with yards, &c., would be pro vided. Granted. Thomas J. Newland applied for a provisional certificate for a publica...
THE COLONIAL TROOPS. June 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 June 1897
THE COLONIAL TROOPS, June 1. The members of the Victorian rifle teem taking1 part iu the com petitions at Hisley, are practising with the new Lee-Metford rifles, with excellent results. The Irish Lancers bent the Sydney Mounted Rifles nt wrestling on horseback jit n military tgurnnment held at Islington. Latkr. The New South Wales Mounted Rifles defeated the British Regulars at wrestling on hursehnck at the military tournament on Saturday at Islington. Colonel Lassetter,Commandant of the Mounted Rifles, dined with Mr. Chambcrlaiu uu Saturday, June 4, At a military tournament at Isling ton on Tuesday, a niM»'&lt;or of the New South Wains mounted rifles gave an e.\. hibitiou of rough riding iu the presence of the Duke of Caunaught.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 June 1897
Marble BarJacing Club. ANNUAL MEETING. JTOY 7th, 8th, 8th. 1887. OFFICERS. President *, Dr H, W. Nix. YtasPreridents ; Mw«r». W, Kisgshup, J.P., and Jamb* Isdsll, J.P, Stewards; Mkmrs J. M. Walksk. A, E, Pprsrr, A. Eiwott, J. Watson, W, Kincumill, G, L. Wawm, F. L, F&lt;*ucn. P. McShkrrt, I#. J, Cookr. F. M- Blanton, A. W, Edgar' Judge; Mn. Alfred Klky. Starter; Mr. Thos, Walter*. Clerk of the Course; Mr. Geo. Harpi*. Clerk of Scales; M»- A. K. PtoRsr.R, Treasurer; Mr C, A. N. McDonald, ilaudieappers; Mrmr*. A. Elliott and T. A. Harpik. Secretary; Ma. J. Crawford, Assistant Secretary; Mx.W, P. Prackrr. PROGRAMME. First Dat.—WEDNESDAY. JULY 7. 1. Maiden Plate, of £85 ; one mile; weight, for age ; for horse* that hare never won an advertised rare of the value of £10. Entrance, 85*. 2. Seiuno Hack, of £80; six furlongs. Winner to be sold f«>r £80; 71b allowed for every £5 reduction in selling price. Entrance, 80s, 3. Pjibarra Golpfiklp Stakes, of £50 '> a sweepstake of £1...
SANDOWN PARK RACES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 June 1897
SAJfDOWN PABK EACES. [by telegraph.] Melbourne. May 27. The postponed meeting of the Sandoirn Pirl Racing Cl«ih was held this nftemoon, under most unfavorable rondilions, the weather being cold and showery. The attendance was small, as were also the Gelds in the various erents. Merrijig. trained by Mr. W. A. Filgale, won the I donble, starting at odds each time. The r following were the results:— Teial Stakes. Merrijig (Ream) ... ... ... 1 Caprice (Murphy) ... ... ... 2 Vesperus (Leek) 3 Four started. "Won by three lengths. Hubdle Race. TLA- (Barbour) ... 1 Stamford (Curran) ... ... ... 2 Huntsman (MeNamora) 3 Four started. Won by a length. Fltiko Handicap. Spray (Slmir) ... ... ... I BaWl (Smith) ... ... ... 2 Windfall (Griffiths) 3 Six started. The favorite won easily. Sakdowx Pabk Handicap. Beverley (Gninane) 1 Kelp (Griffiths) 2 Bacchus (Leek) ... 3 Four started. Won easily. JnirPEBs' Flat Race. Black Harry (Cameron) 1 Coma (Smith) ... ... ... 2 Hassan (Knders) ... ... ... 3 Sev...
SPORTING. THE TURF. MARBLE BAR RACING CLUB. NOMINATIONS FOR ENSUING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 June 1897
SPORTING. THE TURF. MARBLE BAR RACING CLUB. NOMINATIONS FOR ENSUING MEETING. The time for receiving nomination^ for tlie three principal races at the ensning Marble Bar eiab's meeting closec on Mon day -evening last, with the following result;— M abb lb Bab Handicap. Mr. Moran's Inrerary " " EJfie , B. Bnckland's Forlorn' Edgar Bros. Mystic Light " " Georgia Mentor W- J- Taylor's Dozey ,Wm. M&her's Diamond Grain ' T- R- Byass' Ivy " " Durable M " Pilot . "W- H. Short's Morgan P^EEAKHA GoLpFlELP STAGES. Mr. Moran's Inverary " " ElBe R. BurklaptTs Forlorn Kdgar Bros. Mystic Jjieht * W. J. Taylor's Dojscy Wm.M»ter'j Diamond Grata T. R. Ivy « «* Durable *i " Pilot " " Thistle A. K. Iiockyer'a Bij«u Markay Bros. Wild flower J. Rayner's- The Coon Feting Handicap. Mr. Moran's El fie R. Buck land's Forlorn Edgar Bros. Monarzite T. II. Brass" Ivy " " Tliistle Pilot A- E- Lockyer's Bijou J. Rayner's The Coon
TELEGRAMS. WAR IN EUROPE GREECE AND TURKEY. ARMISTICE PROLONGED. MORE FIGHTING EXPECTED. CRETAN INSURGENTS PROVE TROUBLESOME. [BY CABLE] LONDON, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 June 1897
TELEGRAMS. WAR IN EUROPE 0EEEGE ANB TURKEY. ARMISTICE PROLONGED. MORE FIGHTING EXPECTED. CRETAN INSURGENTS PROVE TROUBLESOME [»T CABL*] Lqnpoh, Mhj 24. The Cretan insurgeuta are burning the settlements in the neighbourhood of Kotimo. The Grand Visier is imploring the Saltan to retain Thesaa.lv* ns other vise he will Alienate the Moslems. This high official reminds the Saltan he was Victorians wheu he resisted European dictation in Armenia. The Italian Socialists deputy to; Greece was deported to Italy for grossly insulting the Greek Premier 11 his own office. The "Times" correspondent at Larissa states that more fighting is expected. It is reported iu Athens that Great Britain intends to withdraw fruin the European concert if Turkey occupies Thessnly pending payment of the iudemnity. London. June 1. Admiral Harris, in command of the British squadron in the Medi terranean, reports that the chief ob stacle to a peaceful settlement of the Cretan question is the lying re presentations o...
SECOND DAY. THE CONDON HANDICAP. A SPLENDID RACE—WON BY HALF A LENGTH. June 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 June 1897
Second Dat. THE CONDON HANDICAP. A SPLENDID RACE-WON BY HALF A LENGTH. June 10. Kacing was continued to-day. the attendance being again fair, and the weather first-class. The results of the various events n ere as follow :— LADIKS BRACELET, Of £50 ; first horse to receive a bracelet valued at £15, with £10 added; second horse £5. One mile. Miss Lockyer'aBijou (Short) ... 1 Mrs. Edgar's Monanrite (Yates) ... S Mrs. Osbom's Thistle (Maguire) ... S Won, hard held, by two lengths. Time, lmin 54sec. Dividend, 85s. DEBUTANT STAKES, A sweepstake of 2 sors each, with 15 sova. added; second horse £5 from stake. For two-year-olds. W.f.a. Five furlongs. Aniherite (McDonald) ... 1 Thistle (Maguire) .. ... 2 Mermaid (native) ... S A splendid rare; won by half a length. Time, lmin 6}sec. Dividend, 19s. CONDON HANDICAP. Of £85; first horse £70, second £10. third £5. One and a half miles. Forlorf, 7st 151b (Brown) 1 Ivy, 9st 21b (Corl»ett) ... ... 2 Georgie Mentor, 7st 41b (McDonald) 3 Pilot, 7st 5...
SOUTH AFRICAN AFFAIRS. TRANSVAAL RAID COMMITTEE. LONDON, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 June 1897
South African Affairs. TBANSVAAL SAID COMMITTEE. London, May 24. Dr. W. J. Lleyds, has been re-; elected State Secretary for the i Transvaal. London* June 1. The Standard" &fBtes that n large section of the Raid Committee now sitting prefer to allow tho re fusal of Mr. Hawksloy, solicitor to the Chartered Company, to - produce copies of telegrams "which passed between Mr. Rhodes and persons in England in December, 1695, to pass without reporting the matter to the House Commons.. Mr. liutherford Harris has ad dressed a letter to the Raid Com mittee, asking that Mr. Hem I^abouchere's further allegations re garding himself be enquired into. The Premier of Cape Colony de clared the Transvaal Government ignored the resnlt of Sir Alfred Milner's investigation into the I3pco hanaland troubles, which inqniry pointed to collusion on the -part of Transvaal." The Volksraad is protesting against the waste of monpy in Pretoria, while other parts of the couutrv are neglected. Jane 4. Mr. ...
WESTERN SHAW. WESTERN SHAW, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 June 1897
WESTERN SHAW. (fbox a. cobresfokdxrt). Westehn Shaw, June 1. | The Imperial Company's lO-head bat tery has beeu running fall time, and crushing fair milling stone. A contract has been let for a cross cut, and it is expected the reef will !•« cat at 300ft, u hen a new level will be pat in, and when this is done there is no doubt a long and prosperous ran will eventuate. In addition to crushing their own stone, 24 tons from Campbell, Moore, and Lord's Trafalgar claim lins l>een pot through, for a yi' ld of 83ozs of 6united gold, and also 19| tons from Mr. Street's Federal claim at Taiiilmurrah, for 21oz&. A new find has just been made here, and a lease applied for. Taken altogether, tlio prospects of this place are decidedly good.
NULLAGINE. NULLAGINE, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 June 1897
NULLAGISE. (FBOlt OCR oww COBRKSFOKPSKT.) Ncllaoink, May 30. The latest crashing from the Barney's Hill conglomerate lease was 44 tons for 50 ozs, a highly satisfactory yield. Mr. J. Isd«ll, who is managing' the ' syndicate's leases and lottery, has a large bench of conglomerates stripped, and expects to take out fully 150 tons daring the next fortnight from Barney's Hill aioue. This lease has liecn opened up i i a satisfactory manner, and there are now two train lines on tbc property, which are of great service in 'sapplying sufficient stone to keep the lottery going. Advices from the Turkey Mary are of a highly favourable character, a new reef having come in at about 80ft, pros pecting from 3 to 5 ozs. A tram line has la-en laid down on the Great Eastern, at the Clay-pan, where good sronc is still lieiug obtained from a reef 7ft wide. On thn Success conglomerate lease, there is a huge quarry like open cut in the side of Dean's Hill, and the Nor* West Co. are getting hundreds of to...
CONDON RACES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) FORLORN WINS THE TREBLE. CONDON, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 June 1897
CONDON RACES. [by TU.EGBA1*]. (mox oci OW]« OOBKniWiPSKT}. FORLORN WINS THE TREBLE. Condon. June 9. Tht first days racing in connection with the Condon club* annua) meeting took place to-day. The weather all that could lie desired, and the attend ance fairly good and representative. The following arc the results of the racing:— Fimt Day. Maidks Flats, of £25; second horse to reoeive £5 from stake. One mile. W.f.a, For horse* that have not won a flat race of more than XI0. Munaxito (Yates) ... 1 Princes* (Anderson) 8 The Coon (Syiuotts) ... ... 3 Wildflowcr (Short) 4 Won hy three lengths. Time, lrnin 52$ sees. Dividend, 20s. Hack Rack, of £10 ; six furlongs. Flashlight (P. Corbett) ... 1 Moonlight (W. Muhcrj ... 3 Only two started ; won hy two lengths. ; Time, lurin SBaec. Dividend, 13a. I TELKGBAPH STAKES, Of £35 ; second horse, £5 from stake. | 1J miles. : Forlorn, 8st (Brown) ... .. 1 Georgia Mentor, 7st 71l» (McDonald) 2 Ivy, 9st 41b (Sytuous) ... ... 3 El fie (7st 81 h) and Morg...
REBELLIOUS IRISHMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 June 1897
BEBELLIOUS IRISHMEN. Twenty-three Insl> Nationalists have adopted the Dillioniies mani« festo, which seta forth that they are unable to join in the Queen's reign celebrations, owing to the wrongs which Ireland has suffered under the Act of Uuion. Sixty-three mem bers of the parly, luiweveV, applied for spats from which to view the | Qnpen'a procpssion. Mr. JohnHed* mond and several other Irish mem bers wero suspended for refusing to obey the orders .of the Chairman of Committees, while two members, Messrs. J. J. Clancy and J. Hedinond, refused to retire until escorted by | the Bergeant-at-arms.
WEST PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. [BY TELEGRAPH.] ROKBOURNE, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 June 1897
WEST PILBA.RRA GOLDFIELD. [BT TELKGKIFH.J Rokbofbsk, Jane 4. Good work is being done at Werriana, and tlio claims there are looking well. The Yellow Aster mine at 1'owrnnna lias crushed 26 tons for 50czs of gold. The Imperial West, another of the Imperial Corporation's properties at Western Shaw, lately crushed 240 tons of stone for 474oas. Port Hkdland Contract.—Mr. W. Thompson, one of the successful con tractors for the causeway at Port- Hed land, relumed to Marble Bar on Sunday last, after a trip tp the scene of future operations. . Work will, ®r understand, t« commenced as soon as the conditions of contract are signed and other pre liminaries arranged.
South Australia. ADELAIDE, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 June 1897
South AuvtruUft, Aprlaiok, June 2. The legal objections to Mr. F. W, Holder, who is not a lawyer, holding the position of South Australian attorney* general, will l»e settled in the Adelaide Foil Court tomorrow, A protest against his signature being placed upon criminal indictments M to the post psncrnnnt of the eriuiinal sessions. Business in West Australian gold stocks on the Adelaide stock exchange is very active, June ♦, Two out of three South Australian judges decided the position of Mr, F. W, Holder, Attorney-General was tenable, although ho was not a lawyer. Sir. J. W, Downer has l»eeu re-electod leader of the Opposition iu the House of Assembly, Adelaide. The timber ship Dunkow, bound from Pugi-t 8ouud to Port Piiie has been abaudoued off Kangaroo Island.