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New South Wales. SYDNEY, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 June 1897
STtw South Wilts. 8TPNBY, June 2, Yesterday, Jieav y rain* were reported from many part* or New Booth Wale*, and the disastrous drought has now 1 broken qp. Severe atorm* of rain and wind in Sydney cxused heavy floods, many build ing! U-ing destroyed, Owing to the action of the polieo in Sydney, cash betting i« dead, June 4, Mr, Riehardc, Sydney City Engineer, advocates the introduction nnd control of electric lighting by the Corporation,
INTER-PROVINCIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PERTH, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 June 1897
INTER-PROVINCIAL. [>T TBIKQ1UVH.] Pkrtii, May 28. A lumper, named James Col lis, was billed at Albnny yesterday through fell ing down the hold of the steamer Both well Castle, The disabled steamer that wo* sigh tod off Brvaksen Island oji Wednesday night turned out to lie the Allagouia. and not the Both well Oastle, The AlJagouia's shaft was broken. John Harris, a miner, was killed at the Victory United mine, Cue, last Tuesday, A piece of liinlu-r fell upon hira and fractured his skull, A deck hand nauied Croft, employed on the steoinar Waroongo, sustained in juries yesterday which necessitated the amputation of one hand. June S Tho Minister of Education, Mr. H. B. I«froy, is considering a proposition for submission to the Government where by public education in Western Aus tralia shall be mode entirely free, A strike of miners at the Lady Loch and Forest King mines, Ooolgardie, has taken place, owing to no word having been received from the London directors with n-spect to arrea...
Queensland. BRISBANE, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 June 1897
QatenslaneL Bribbanr, June 9. Much distress prevails at Port Mores by amongst rash miners who have rushed to New Guinea. Many of the men have no money. In preparation for the forthcoming discussion of federation in the Queens land Parliament, important federation literature will shortly distributed amongst members, the effect of federa tion upon that colony being particularly dealt with.
INTERCOLONIAL. New South Wales. DIVORCE REFUSED. Sydney, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897
INTERCOLONIAL. ZTew South Wales. DIVORCE REFUSED. S.fpVEV, June 3. Hugh Da vies' application for divorce from his wife, on the prounds of deser tion, was heard at the Central Criminal . Court, Sydney, yesterday, find dis missed. The jndge pu&lt;l it ."AM plffw the applicant had been guilty of adultery, and had it not been, for the trouble taken by the police^ to obtain evidence he won 1 fl"probably have secured a divorce by fraud. June 12. It is expected Mr. Edmund Barton, Q.C., the most prominent leader of the Australian federation movement, though not at present in England to take part in the record reign celebrations, will re ceive similar honors to those which may il>$ conferred on colonial premiers during their stay in England.
BRITAIN AND JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897
BRITAIN AND JAFA-N. ■ - The Japanese" Government is protest ing against the exclusion, of Japanese immigrants from British Columbia. ' June 11. ' New South Wales colonists have ar ranged to entertain Mr. G. H. Reid on , July 12. Italy has decided to delay the evacua tion of Kassala until August, in order to facilitate its occupation liy the Egyp tians. ~ : The Nizam of Hyderabad denies the report that a valuable diamond recently acquired by him for presentation to the Queen has been stolen. A powder factory in Bavaria was ex ploded hy lightning, and shuttered eleyeu houses. The directors of the Suez Canal Coy. have decided to erect at Port Said a statne to the memory of De Lesseps, the celebrated French engineer so closely identified witli the construction of that waterway. rTfc raonqmfenfc f«s to cost 500.^)00 francs. : ' '■ ' ! Mr. E. Hooley, the " cycle king," hns j I formulated a gigantic scheme for the 'purchasing of the meat and freezing j companies of -Australia. ]
BAMBOO CREEK. BAMBOO CREEK, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897
BAMBOO CREEK (fboh ode own COEHKSPONDENT-) Bamboo Creek, June 12. On the Bulletin Extended, Block, the main shaft is being sank al>out 75 yards north-east of the Bamboo Consolidated Company's shaft, and is intended to cut the,latter reef at a much greater depth than in the Consolidated's shaft. It is now down 120 feet, and has been well timbered. Water is expected to be en countered very soon. The Bulletin West, and the Welcome, under the management of Mr. W. Oum mings, are at present only in the pros pecting stages. An underlay shaft has been sunk in the Bulletin West on a small formation, which it is thought will widen out at a depth. A tunnel has been driven 55 feet without anything payable lining struck. The Welcome joins the Bulletin West, and is very similar to it. Two tunnels have lieen put in on this lease, one for 40ft, and the other for 30ft. A shaft was also sunk on some stone at the top of the hill, which carried gold, but after going, down for oliont 15ft, this cat o...
SPORTING. THE TURF. MARBLE BAR RACING CLUB. WEIGHTS FOR ENSUING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897
SPORTING. THE TDEF. MARBLE BAR RACING CLUB. WEIGHTS FOR ENSUING MEETING. The weights for the three principal emti at the local racing club's ensuing meeting were made public on Monday, and are as fellow:— PlLBARKA GOLDFIBXD StAKEB. St. lb. Sir. Moran's Inrerary 9 4 T. K. Bjass' Ivy ... 9 4 R. Bnckland's Forlorn ... 9 4 T- B- Byass' Durable ... 8 12 A. K- iioekyer's Bijou 7 13 T. H. Brass' Thistle 7 12 Pilot 7 12 Mr. Moran's Elfie 7 7 Win. Mailer's Diamond Grain 7 6 Markay Bros. Wildflower ... 7 O J. Earner's Hie Coon ... 6 10 "W. J. Taylor's Johnnie Sam... 6 10 Mabblk Bab Handicap. st. Ib. Mr. Moran's Inrerary... ... 9 4 T. R. Byass' Ivy 9 4 R. Bnckland's Forlorn ... 9 4 T. K- Byass" Durable ... ... 8 8 W. H- Short's Morgan ... 8 8 Win. Usher's Diamond Grain 7 7 M r. T. R. Byass* Pilot ... 7 5 Mr. Moran's Elfie ... ... 7 4 W. J- Taylor's Johnnie Sam... 6 10 Flung Handicap. st. lb. R. Buckland's Forlorn ... 9 6 T. K. Byass" Ivy 9 4 A- E. Lockjer's Bijou 8 7 T- H~ Byass' Pilot ... ......
YANDICOOGINA. YANDICOOGINA, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897
YANDICOOGINA. (FKOK OUR Offir OORRESFOKDE5T.) Yandicoogina, June 12. The three leases under Mr. Cummings1 management are looking exceedingly well, and a battery on the field is the only thing lacking to make these mines and several others in the vicinity rank among the best paying ones in the colony. Amalgamation of the leases, and concentration of the labor has been applied for, in order that the work of de veloping the ground may proceed with the utmost despatch. The latest re ports fro in the managers on this portion of the field serve to prove that the deeper they go the better the stone becomes.
NORTH POLE. NORTH POLE, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897
NORTH POLE. (fboh ode own oobbespoedext). North Pole. June 12. IVo mines at the North Pole, the Nansen and the Peary, are looking well, hut owing to the company owning these leases not having sufficient money at its disposal, and through the difficulty of transport, development has not pro gressed so quickly as it should, hut enough has liecii done to prove the ground to be payable, and afta-r the ex penditure of more -capita!, these leases will become very valuable properties.
MEMORIAL TO PRIVATE SNELLER [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897
MEMORIAL TO PRIVATE SNELLER Fifty pounds was collected among the passengers of R.M.S. Orotava for the purpose of erecting a memo rial at Gibralter to Private Sneller, the member of the Australian con tingent who was accidentally killed on board that vessel. The leaders of the Nationalist party are endeavouring to persuade the Irish people throughout Great Britain to abstain from participating in the Queen's reign celebrations. The Admiralty is negotiating w.ith the Newfoundland Government fur the"B5teblisbnienfc of a naval station at St. Johns. Two ex-convicts have been arres ted iu London in connection with the Sunderland bauk robbery. Brazilian troops defented the fanatic revolutionaries led by Consel Heiro, who proclaimed himself the Messiah. Terrible floods occurred atVoison, iu the valley of ihe Morge River; France, "and -consetpierice, hnn dreds have been rendered homeless. The Belgian troops on the North East Congo have mutinied, and mur dered their officers. The Premier of N...
THE MISSING EXPLORERS FOUND DEAD IN THE DESERT. A PITIFUL SPECTACLE. [BY TELEGRAPH]. PERTH, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897
TJBLE MIS^CySXPLORERS v t r . FOUND DEAD IN THE DESERT. A PITIFUL SPECTACLE. fBY TEIXGRAIH]. Pkbth. June 11. 1 he fostraaBtcr-General, Mr. R.~ A. Sholl, yesterday received a telegram from Derby to the effect that Mr. L«. A. Wells reports having found the two missing members erf the Calvert Explo ration Expedition, Messrs. Ciias. Wells, and George Jones, under very sad cir cumstances. After many days,.Mr. Wells succeeded in capturing some natives, wlio were compelled to lead him to the spot where the dead men lay. This they did reluc tantly, and at a snail's pace. The blacks guided the party in a south easterly direction for a distance ofalwout five miles, then towards the south-west for a couple of miles farther. Wells re cognised this portion of the country, and upon making a closer examination found they stood on a spot al>oat six miles from the well, where he had found a , number of stolen articles last April, and where lie experienced a narrow escape i from coming into violen...