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JAPAN AND HAWAII. LONDON, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897

JAPAN AND HAWAII. London, Jane 9. Japau threatens to cease diplo matic relations with Hawaii, unless the prohibition placed upon Japanese immigrants is removed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897

Is the Supreme Court- of Nrw South Wales — Probate J UR1SD1CTIOH. In the Will of ALBERT EDWARD HIGGINS, late of Marble Bar (ria Roe bourne}, in the colony of Western Australia, formerly of Hornsliy, in the colony of New South Wales, Mine Foreman, deceased. Application win be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that probate of the last will of the abore-named deceased tnay be granted to ELIZABETH ADELAIDE HIGGINS, the sole executrix named in the said will. MCINTOSH A TODHDNTER, Proctors for Executrix, 121, Pitt-street, Sydney. From Marble Bar to Condon . in Two Bays. JL BUCKLAND "j^EGS to intimate to the travelling public that he has established a Regular Coaching Service between Marble Bar and Condon, and will convey passengers over the through journey in two days. Coach leaves Marble Bar every Monday, returning from Condon every Friday. For Fares and Carriage apply to Mc Donald, Fisher, A Co., Marble Bar, or Sydney Hedley, Condon. 42 CARBINE'S Monster PRIZE CONSULT...

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SWIMMING. LONDON, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897

SWIMMING. Londok, June 10. J The challenge recently issued by Ernest ' Carill, the Anstralian swimmer, to swim tiie English champion for any smn up to i £500, has not been replied to.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897

Jfi Crawford^ AUCTIONEER, ----- AOGOUNTANT, Mining a>-« generalcom MISSION AGENT, Ei-atici#r#treeif MARBLE BAB. ' Rents and Debts Collected. Accounts accurately kept. Books .Audited. AI kinds of agencies undertaken. Correspondence and Telegrams promptly attended to. 1 Agent for Ahearn A Hay's Coadi be tween Marble Bar and Ntillagine. RABBLE BAB SADDLE ADO HARNESS FACTORY, ' Wrcurds-gt,, Marble JBar. Gpod Bscful Harness, Leather, Saddles, jdx*r* jtaqagaMdrrni r- ,<«-«» , ,1R ,«(t^>nci2trir^«9k "almost possible dispatch &AJST JPJM&JSR,, tianior. AU CT I O N ! Saturday, June 26,a.t3 pan. CRAW FORD, acting under in _ _ stroctions from the Marble Bar Racing dab, will sell bjf public auction all the prji'ili^jes in connection with the meeting, wt:— Publican's Booth fc>, Totalizator Calcuttas .v. T^ttenaliB IKu v Sundry Games TERMS—pashon {hefalI of hammer. AtlMTORS. *"-! ''r -/l 11 'r* • ' -■.?■ ■■ * . Accounts. Collected. Cktmmisftionm USxxxmted. Franc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897

THE Nor'-West Steam lighter Co., LIMITED. Consck to Condon and Intermediate Ports. THE 8.8. CHOYDOir (Cm. F. Fukce) QIj make regular trips from COS SACK to CONDON and rice Term, calling at all INTERMEDIATE FORTS as inducement offers. w First-class accommodation for passengers For freight or passage, apply to GALBRAITH A CO., Agents, Cossack, or TRAINS & RAYNEli, Condon Agents. Jubilee Hotel, ROEBOTJRNE. H. OSBOEN Proprietor, None bat the best Wines, Beers, Spirits, and Cordials kept. A well-lighted Billiard Table. Loose Boxes for Racehorses. Careful and attentive Ostlers. 5 Leap Year Ian. Charebs Bassktt, Proprietor. GOOD Accommodation for all classes of Visitors Single Bed Booms. Parlour and Bedrooms for families. Good Table kept. ■. Qgljitte'Bert Brands of Wines, Beers and 8|nrits kept in stock. BA3SETT BROS., Contractors Cor the Bamboo Creek-Marble Bar, Marble Bar-Condon, and Condon Roeboarne, and also the Roebourne Portescoe Mail Services. The Mail Coarh leaves Marble Ba...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Tun Condon Stabbing Case.—The colored man, Antonio De Precce, who in oar last issue was reported to have stebbed -another alien, named Nardi, has l»een sentenced to three months' impri sonment for the offence. Natives Sentenced.—Three natives were last week sentenced to one mouth's imprisonment upiece by Messrs. Ross Anderson and T. R. Byass, J's.P., for stealing a quantity of flour from Messrs. Grant, Anderson and Edgar's DeGrey station. Another J.P. for Pilbarra.—It is announced jti the "Government Gazette" of May l4tli that Mr. F. W. Shells, who is financial manager of the Imperial Corporation at Western Shaw* has been nppointed a J.P. for the -Magisterial District of Pilbarra. riiE VX.eatiikb.— Variable weather was experienced during the early part of the week, the sky being at times overcast, and the temperature alterna ting from cool to sultry. Slight showers of rain are reported to have fallen along the Condon road, nnd also Jiere and there within a radius ...

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WANTED—A BANK. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897

WANTED—A BANK. There exists at present on Marble Bar a splendid opporfcnijityfor the establishment, ity alty of jthfe bunking corporations* of a branbh* For "years past the various towns of this district iiave:laboured under the disadvan tage'df^iiei Ug „900 miles and oyer distant from the banking ceutre, and though endeavours have from time to time been made with a view to indu cing some enterprisitjg' institution to start here, ijbey have so far met with non-8DCcess. The Union, which has its branches at both Ifoebourne and "Cossack, lias been appealed to, but all the business from this portion of Pilbarra Goldfield has to go to Roe bonrne, through there being no facilities for its transaction locally j and were another brauch to be Opened at Marble Bar, it would of gonrse entail extra expense in doing Itork which is now, at a very great iliconveiiieuce to Pilbarra Goldfield residents, done at the former place. is therefore certain that the initia itfcfe of a departure in this dire...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897

Marble Bar Racing Glu&. ANNUAL MEETING. JTOT 7th, 8th, 9th. 1897. OFFICERS. President: Dr. H. W. Nix. Yice-Presidents : Messrs. W. Kingsmill, J.P., and James Isdell, J.P. Stewards Messbs. J. M. Wxlxeh. A. E. Purser, A. Elliott, J. Watson, W. Kingsmill, G. L. Walker, F. L. Fisher, P. McSherkv, L. J. Cooke, F. M. Blanton, A. W. Edgar Judge: Mn. Alfred Eley. Starter: Mr. Thos. Walters. Clerk of the Course : Mb. Geo. Habdie. Clerk of Scales: Mb. A. E. Purser. Treasurer: Mb C- A. N. McDonald. Haudicappers : Messes. A. Elliott and T. A. Habdie. Secretary : Ms. J. Crawford. Assistant Secretary : Mr. W. D. Brachee. PROGRAMME. First Dat.—WEDNESDAY, JULY 7. 1. Maiden Plate, of £25; ODe mile; weight for age ; for horses that have nerer won an advertised race of the value of £10. Entrance, 25s. 2. Selling Bach, of £20; six furlongs. Wiuner to be sold for £20; 71b allowed for every £5 reduction in selling price. Entrance, 20s. 3. Pilbarra Goldfield Stakes, of £50 » a sweepstake of £L fro...

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THE CANADIAN TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897

THE CANADIAN TAB IFF. ; MrJGhathberlara and the Imperial j officers ^ TOOsideruig. the Bel- ! ^ 'protests' against the! Canadian Tariff.

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GENERAL. PERTH, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897

GfiNEBAL. Pkrth, June i. . .During the month of May the gold export totalled 59,11 loss, Valued ;at £224,624. Ore exported to South Aus tralia during the tnonth is estimated to contaffVld,t)OOd$£VMchTtrfe dot included in these returns. The revenue receipts for May amounted to £221,501, being an increase of £50,253 over those for the corresponding mouth last year. The Customs receipts for lost month ^mounted to £86,616, against £77,636 for. May of 1896. During May, the bom of £67,311 was sent out of the colony in money orders. Mr. H. W. Mills, one of the unsuc cessful candidates for the Yalgoo con stituency, yesterday lodged a petition against the return of Mr. Prank Wallace, upon the-groonds-of alleged bribery and corruption. June 10. At a public meeting held nt Freinantle yesterday, it was decided a locnl and pcTinane.nt memorial of the Queen's .record reign should take the form of a sailors' and strangers' honie. Mr. F. F. D&kin has declined the joint position of secretary...

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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897

GENERAL. NEWS. London. Jane 4 The Cape House of Assembly has passed the second reading, without division. bf a Bilt providing for the cmifiscsaMou of .che property of Bec tmaualnnd rebels.. Captain Cballin, of the Congo ex pedition against the-Dervishes, has defeated two Congo Mnbdi leaders Hhd oecdh^ Rhdjif: ! ' "Tile West Australian contingent has ^M^dpn- -s r- | A Beigtaii (syndicate has ' secured the. jpghtj" to' build .the .Hankow Pefeitr railway, TOr ift distance •• of ^00 wiles. ...... ... . Signor Ca novas, the Spanish Premier* has pqspgped office. It is reported the Mashonas hare surrounded the village of Bally Bally,; nearr Fort Salisbury. Lieutenant Henderson, who has been for some timB prisoner of the Jfahomnieaan chiefs ofSRmnry terri tory, West Africa, has, deeu re leased. . : , .

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WATER SUPPLY ALONG NULLAGISE ROAD. [TO THE EDITOR] [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897

WATER SUPPLY ALONG NULLA GISE ROAD. [to the editor] Bib,—Kindly fellow uie space in your col cm us to direct public attention to the may in which some of the Govern ment work is carried out in regard to the deepening of wells on these roads. Be the Government well on Sandy Greek. Last December I went along that road with loading, and I enquired of the local engineer of the Water Supply Department concerning it. He informed me it had just been deepened, and contained a good supply of water. I and tny mates arrived there with a big mob of stock. Upon endeavouring to water thein, we had not been baling half an hoar when it gave out, and we had to wait until it made again. Consequently, it took us over fonr hours to water fifty head. I have jufct been over the same route again, and find there are but a few buckets of water in this well, so carriers and others -have to depend on private wells for water for their stock. Since rnv first trip the well has been deepened two feet, t»y arrange...

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CORRESPONDENCE. WHY HAS NUELAGINE TOWNSITE NOT BEEN SURVEYED. [TO THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897

CORRESPONDENCE. WHY HAS NUELAGINE TOWN SITE NOT BEEN SUBVEYEDT [to THE EDITOR. 1 Sin,—rAs a resident of "rapacious1 Nullagine, I N would respectfully draw the attention of the powers that lie to the fact that the Kullagine township, although it has been in existence longer than some other centres now marked out, has so far never been surveyen so as to entitle would-be purchasers and present holders of allotments to become freehold proprietors. X may mention the Department was applied to some ten months ago, asking when such sur vey was likely to be made, and, I believe, thfe answer was, " in aliout six months' time." Now, why has -this not been done? Why are Die pioneers of Nnlla gine not allowed the same privilege as j those of other milling centres, viz., to j purchase their allotments at th°. nominal! upset value, and thereby profit by the j increasing value of the land as the town-1 ship progresses? Judging by the many | buildings now erected, and also those in , course of const...

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GREAT BRITAIN AND ABYSSINIA. LONDON, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897

(}RKAT BRITAIN AND ABYSSINIA. Lohdov, June* 4. The British mission to Abyssinia under Kennell liodd has left Mene life's capital on its retnrn to Etiglaud. The envoy . vas cordially received, and on his departure was escorted for three miles, by 15,000 soldiers.

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN. THE SOUDAN CAMPAIGN. LONDON, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897

ooairm BEraSH AND BOREIGN. THE SOUDAN -CAMPAIGN JjqhdoH, Judo 4. , £nr Herbert Sirdar wf Egypt, fxmsidereeWrytbiug is ready ioritgiSoadBii adwmee as soon as the conditionsU»3|eperaijt, - - - -TheAngkHdWj^*®1 ^palml tlfc<delFfi9ns ; vitha loss ofcight men. *

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THE COLONIAL TROOPS. June 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897

THE COLONIAL TROOPS. June 4. The remainder of the New South Wales Laucere have arrived at Chel sea barracks. Ail the colonial troops in Englaud were paraded at Chelsta barracks on Saturday, and almost every race subject to the Qaeen was repre sented. June 9 The Niger forces Which are to take part in the record reign cele brations have arrived in London. June 11. The Queensland troops selected to take part in the'jubilee celebrations have arrived in Englaud. Tbe West Indian troops who are tprtake part in .the Queen's reign celdbrationslrave;arrived in Lond&i. The addres§^h!ich the governors of th0 fiopfl {jpfoniallnstitote have prepared " for presfen'iwtion to the Qaeen declares the unexampled pro gress of the British colonies is among the most remarkable features of her wign'. ' June 9. , At the, jubilee; thanksgiving ser vice, at the eutrance to St. Panl's Cathedral on June 22, the Queen will besurrouuded by her sous, grand sons, and other Koyal princes. London "Troth" is r...

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THE JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS. COLONIAL PREMIERS AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897

THE JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS. COLONIAL premiers at home. In speaking before the institute of mining- engineers on Wednesday, Mr. Seddon, the Premier of New Zea land, declared that in the hoar of peril, England would .find her colo nies behind her. Jane 9. Mr. Chamberlain, Secretary of State for the Colonies, proposes to hold a series of informal conferences with colonial premiers after the jnbi» lee celebrations. Dnring the stay in England of tbo colonial premiers, Mr. Chamberlain proposes to .discnss a number of questions of Imperial interest, in cluding matters of trade, defence, and alien immigration. Mr. Chamberlain is delighted at tho great, change which has "taken place in public opinion in regard to the colonies. That change he attributes, not to sentiment,, bat to a conviction as to their valne as factors in tho external trade of the mother country. Sir George Turner and lion. C. C. Kingston have arrived in Londou. According to Mr. Seddon, the New Zealand Government is eager to ...

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TELEGRAMS. THE EASTERN TROUBLES. GREECE AND TURKEY. INSECURITY INCREASING IN CRETE. TURKEY OCCUPIES THESSALY. [BY CABLE] LONDON, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897

The Eastern Troubles. GREECE AND TURKEY. INSECURITY INCREASING IN CRETE. r (r'j; - —_ TURKEY OCCUPIES THESSALY. ' ; h /'*1 \C*' ' ■ ■ i- l J* 4 £»r casts] ~ London, Jane 4. The"" Times " states-the insecurity is increasing- in Crete, jnnd that soy attempt at a general disarming- will probably result in nrtqed resistance -The Saltan has thanked his E, ban subjects who subscribed to war fnnd. . Franceproposes the Powers should arrange for a Cretan loan, for the purpose of . maintaining foreign gcn darmerieon that "island, and also that they shonld select a Cretan governor. Bustnamunderstood to favour this proposal. * The Greeks hate appealed to the Powers to prevent Turkish spillage and outrage in Thescady and Kpirus. Up to the present, the Sultan shows no'rndication of any; inteutida toevabnate "Thessaly, or rtfluce the amount of war indemnity claimed. ■ Jtnie 9. Turkey ib sending judges, teachers, and other officials into Thessaly, iu dicating a. permanent occupation of that provinc...

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DISTRICT NEWS. BAMBOO CREEK. BAMBOO CREEK, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897

DISTRICT NEWS. BAMBOO CREEK. (FBOJI OUS OWN CORRESPONDENT). Bamboo Cheek, Jane IS. Mr. G. L. Walker, of the Mount Pro phecy Hotel, is seriously indisposed, and has been confined to his room for about a week. He has been in ill-health for a considerable time, but I am glad to say is now on the road to recovery. A meeting "of the Bamboo Creek Roads Board was held on Monday last, when there were present : Messrs. J. M. Rounseveli (chairman). L. Parker, W. Cummiiigs, and A. E. Gardner. Tenders for repairs to the Little DeGrey roacf were opened, that.of W, H. Tat lock being accepted. This was the only business of the evening, and the meeting then closed. Cbickkt M kitting.—A general meet ing of members of the local cricketdub was. held -at the Ironclad Hotel on Saturday evening last, Mr. Chas. McDonald occupying the chair. Mr. D. McRae's tender for the laying down of a concrete pitch 26 yards long, by 2 yards wide, by 9 indies in depth, was accepted. It was decided that inemlters of the ...

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South Australia. A TRANS-AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY ADELAIDE, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 June 1897

South Australia. A THANS-AUSTRALI AN RAILWAY Adelaide, June 12. Mr. C. C. Kingston, the South Aus tralian Premier, will obtain such data respecting the projected overland rail way to Port Darwin as wrill enable the South Australian Government to deal with the proposals which have been placed before them.

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