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MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 March 1897

MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. MAJBBLE BAB. Upon the Shamrock and True Blue United leases, stoping is being carried on, with a view to getting out another crushing of 40 tons, of which about 35 are already at grass. The reef in a section of these properties, which are on the same line of lode, was but 20 inches in width has now increased to 5ft, showing good gold all through. During last week, samples of con glomerate carrying fair gold, were brought into town from a protection area granted one, Farrington, early last month. This property is situated in the vicinity of the Just in Time, and about miles from Marble Bar. Steady work is being carried on upon the Stray Shot and Augusta leases, and though no particularly rich developments have taken place during the week, these claims look exceedingly well, and bid fair to maintain their hitherto excellent reputations as gold producers. Both batteries are now crushing, but the details aro not made public, though we understand they are of a ...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CONDON. [BY TELEGRAPH.] CONDON, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 March 1897

CONDON. [by TELEGRAPH.j I (FfiOM OPE OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Condon, Marcli 4. The rainfall along the Marble Bar to Condon road has been very good as far as Ellcrine, and feed is new plentiful all along tlio track, with the exception of a small strip of country Warralong side of the 12 mile well, ont from Robinson's. Run appears to have been . very ■ slight between Kllerine plain and nine mues from Condon and from thence into Con don, no rain has fallen, and consequently the grass is now exceedingly dry. The total rainfall to date at the various stations along this track is as .follows: Robinson's,; 3*84 inches; Warralong, (Messrs Hardie: Bros.) ; and Mulyie, (Grant and Ander son Bros), 4 inches. Water is to be seen lying in.all the claypans and flats between Robinson's Coongan station and Ellerine plain, and tbere are numerous good tnru outs for carriers and others along the road as far as Ellerisic. Feed is still very dry in and about the sweet well, but there is plenty of green feed ...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BAMBOO CREEK. BAMBOO CREEK, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 March 1897

BAMBOO CREEK. (FBOM A COHBESPONDENT.) Bamboo Crkek, March 1. The machinery in transit from Con don for the Bulletin mine has been blocked, and seems likely to remain so for a week or two, at the DeGrey Crossing, owing to that river having come down. There are three loads upon the road, totalling about 20 tons, including the boiler, and it i« expected this will all be on the tield in about three weeks' time, but that "of course depends upon the subsidence of the DeGrey waters. The loading comprises, besides the boiler, pop pet-heads and pumping plant, the former of which will be erected with all speed, whilst as regards the latter it is the intention of Mr. T. R. Byass, the mana ger, to commence sinking at once in order to obtain a permanent supply of water for milling purposes. There will, I understand, be three more loads leav ing for this property in a few days, and if the weather holds up for a time the whole plant should be here in about two months. Mr. Byass expects to have the...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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BAMBOO CREEK. BAMBOO CREEK, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 March 1897

BAMBOO CREEK. Oboh oub owh oobbksfokdbnt] Bamboo Ceeek, March 3. When our last report closed three and a half inches of rain had fallen, and it was then still raining- Since that -time, up to February 2?,' pood steady rains hare fallen daily, the total amount .registered during the visitation being -sir and a half inches. The weather is now beautifully fine and mild, and the place presents a cleanly, healthy appearance. Were it not for the flies, which hare been particularly active since the rain, one could enjoy living this weathei. ■

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WESTERN SHAW. WESTREN SHAW, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 March 1897

WESTERN SHAW. (fbom ofb ovtn cobbespondfnt). W estern Shaw, February 24. The Imperial Company's battery has been running for the last three weeks without a hitch. The new cam-shaft ordered from Melboarne for this mine arrived yesterday evening, consequently there will be no more serious delays with their concomitant irritation so far as this mineis concerned. There seems every probability of excellent crushings being obtained from the claims, and, as I understand the ten head of stampers will be started on Monday next, we shall soon know definitely. On the Trafalgar lease, held by Campbell, Moore, Lord, stoping is in full swing, and already this energetic syndicate has got out about 80 tons of apparently good payable stone, which I estimate to go from 3 to 4 ounces to the ton when submitted to the test of the stamps. Though this quartz is at grass, I caunot forecast when it is likely to be treated, as the com pany is not as yet prepared to under take public crushing. Another lease w...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TALGA. TALGA, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 March 1897

TALGA. [>BOX OUB DWK COBBESPOyDKKr.] Taix>a, February 28. - Mr. JVM. Walker, of Taiga, who for the | past twelve months has been assisting his ; son in the local business, left daring last week for the coast, en route for South. Mr. Walker's health lias of late not been; so robust hs might be desired, he having suffered greatly from an nffection of the chest, which, peculiar to say, the climate of the Kor'-West seemed to aggravate rather than otherwise, hence his departure, the cause of which was much regretted by all. Constable Shekleton, lately in charge of this station, hut now attached to Marble Bar, paid us a flying visit on Thursday last for the purpose of removing his own and Government "property lying at the local camp, thus closing it for the time. It speaks volumes for the law-abiding nature of our residents that they can thus dispense with the services of the man in blue, who, daring his term here previously, did not, I think, find his energies very severely taxed. ...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 March 1897

THE — Goldfield News. Published-every Friday at Marble Bar, in :■ : the Filbarra Goldfield. Contains all llie latest and niost reliable '/ information concerning Mining in die Pi Ibarra Goldfield, including the centres of Marble Bar, Bamboo ^ . Creek, Ktill^ne, Western Sliatr Nortb Shaw, Tam bourrali, Kortli Pole, and Yandicoogina , ,TsUIS OF SCBSCSIIJIOJ! IB A»TA*CB : 6s6d per quarter; 13s half-year; £1 5s . ycarS^ Aotebtisiko Bates ; 4s per inch per insertion; applications for gold-raining-leases, £1 4s for two inser tions. llatcs for the insertion of adver tisements for three months or a longer ' period may be had on application. j. V. y ■ •• - - • D. M. Brown (Advertisement Agent), «West Australian * Office, Perth Watson A Geyer, Koe bourne C- Coppin £ Sons, Bamboo .r .(Campbell, Moore. £. Lord, Western A n&aw - ' S. P. Lynch, Nullagine 6- lledley, Condon W. Jackson, Tambonrrah By whom all subscriptions or advertise ments for insertion- in tlio^ Pilbieea Gomnsxn Nkwb wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 March 1897

THE Nor'-West Steam Lighter Co., LIMITED. Cossack to Condon and Intermediate Forts. THE S.S. CROYDOH (Catt. F. Fkakck) w TLL make regular trips from COS SACK to CONDON and vice versa, calling at all INTERMEDIATE TORTS as inducement offers. First-class accommodation for passengers For freight or passage, apply to GALBRAITH & CO., Agents, Cossack, or TRAINS.& BAYNEH, Condon Agents. Jubilee Hotel, BjOKBOURNE. H. OSBO&N Proprietor, None but the best Wines, Beers, Spirits, and Cordials kept. A well-lighted Billiard Table. loose Boxes for Racehorses. Careful and attentive Ostlers. Leap Year Inn. Chaillks Bassett, Proprietor. OOD Accommodation for all classes VX of Visitors. Single Bed Rooms. Parlour and Bedrooms for families. Good Table kept. Only the Best Brands of Wines, Beers and Spirits kept in stock. BASSETT BBOg., Contractors for the Bamboo Creek-Marble Bar, Marble Bar-Condon, and Condon Roe bourne, and also the Iloebourne Forte scue Mail Services. The Mail C...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPH EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 March 1897

TELEGRAPH EXTENSION. That there should be a never-failiug 1 and speedy means of communication between Marble Bar, the coast, and thence to Perth/ and between the ceutral town of this field and tho various budding localities along the Shaw, to Pilbarra and Malliua, is a desiderata in greutly to be wished for, and, indeed, is a matter connected very closely with the development of this district. The telegraph has now i been extended from Koebourne via Mallina aud Tuwranna as far as Pil barra, situated by road 155milesfrotn i the Bar, and were it pushed on (as it i conld be at a comparatively small: cost) so as to connect here with the present system, a duplicate - line wonld be provided, which iu cases of failure m*ght be available, and the risk of Bamboo Creek, Nullagiuo, aud the Bar, three leading towns, being completely cat off from com munication witb the banking centres, Cossack and Uoeboarue, be reduced to a minimum. At present residents must pin tbeir faith to the single thread...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 March 1897

MAIL NOTICES. The following ore detailed Tannings of flic Mails between Mnrblc liar and all the other mail towns on this goldficld and the coast:— DOWN. Bamboo Creek--Boe bourne (via Condon). —Fortnightly service. Next mail leaves Bamboo Creek on Marcli 8, at 4 p.m., arriving at Marble Bar at 4 p.m. on the 9th. Leaves Marble Bar the following I morning at 7 o'clock7 via Tnlga, Coongan Motel, Wnrralong, and Mulyie, arriving at Condon at 4 p.m. on March 13. Leaves Condon at 6 p.m. on the 15th, arriving in Boe bourne on the 20th. Nallagine to lioebournc.—Fortnightly service- Next mnil leaves Nullagine on March 4. at 10'a.m.. arriving at Marble Bar at noon on the (5th. Leaves same day at 3' p.m.; via Just-in-Time, Western Shaw, Tambonrrali Creek, Filbarra, Towranna, Mal'ina, arriving in Boe bourne on the 18th. UP. " Bocbourne-Bhmboo Creek (via Condon). —Fortnightly service. Next mail leaves Boebonrne on March 9, at 7 a.m. Arrives at Condon at 3 p.m. on March 14. Leares Condon.at 4 p.m. ...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WESTERN SHAW. WESTREN SHAW, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 March 1897

WESTERN SHAW. (fbom ottb or k cobekspondent). Western Shaw, February 24. About one inch, of rain fell here on Tues day afternoon last, which will hare the effect of starting the feed in places where, owing to the continuance of the dry weather, it haB been very scarce, making the lot of the various carriers anything but j an enviable one, as*upon the withered grass j their horses are heavily handicapped and j cab progress but slowly. | Mr. Robert Palmer, late manager for the j Imperial G-M- Company, accompanied by Mr. Robert Cundy, who has for a con siderable time been prospecting around here, left the other day in order to inspect an asbestos lode which the latter gentle man discovered some time ago. It is believed the asbestos can be cheaply ob tained and in payable quantities, and, with the bonus offered by the Government, as advertised in your columns, loc^l people are sanguine of yet another valuable addition to the resources of thisfield being made. The residents of this porti...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT NEWS. TAMBOURRAH. TAMBOURRAH, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 March 1897

DISTRICT NEWS. TAMBOURRAH. (fboic oflB ovnr cobbespokdbkt). TambourR4.ii, February 25. Since writing last wc hare again been' favoured with a splendid fall of run, which has made the creek here ran for the third time this season. The downpour appears to have extended further west than pre vious showers, and will there do much good, for feed on the Roe bourne road was sadly in need of its refreshing influences. We all join in congratulating Marble Bar, and the Pi Ibarra Goldfield generally, upon the production of the Pilbabba : GoLDFrELD Is ewe, and wish it every pos-; sible Success, recognising in it a most im portant medium for the dissemination of , information concerning this important goldfield. It is good news to hear that there is at i last some money available for the Marble jBar.to Xiook's road, as that thoroughfare is very much in need of attention, and the allotted amount will, we hope, assist to wards greatly facilitating travelling there along. !

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 March 1897

GENERAL news. Reports from. the island of Parim,! in the Hedv8ea,' off which the; Orotava recently grounded on &; sandhan^ etate that^ oping .to the! heavy sea prevailing, the vessel has heeSedtosoaward, tmraping heavily.) It is also stated that she has sprang) a leak, r. Altogether rthe position jcme.; The Reamer Menibr is engaged in removing the OrotavaV passengers and mfeils, and assistance] has slsd-been ashed-from Aden.

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GLENBROOK MURDERS. LONDON, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 March 1897

GLKNBKOOK MUBDKBS. ? Ijoxdoh. February 27 : Butler rims tabled .to - n JSydney bank to send faima draft for £2000| He has also -sold bis autobiography to ^publisher b representative. _ The San Francisco "Examiner' has ascer tained from Butler that his real namSIs/ffohn *Ncv|nju], 4abd that tie -(^^lioi^u'W^i^Bibmvibli. i In the army he saw service in the Zulu and Bgyptian Wars. ,,J3ntler is now in the custody of the Hommissiorier^jpf Police, who holds him for extradition to New Sopth>~Wales upon the' cJup^^h murdering Iiee Wellor and Ptosbm. ~ i

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INTER-PROVINCIAL [BY TELEGRAPH.] AN AFGHAN IN TROUBLE. PERTH, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 March 1897

PNTEIWPIiO VIKOIAL [bt telegraph.] AN AFGHAN IN TROUBLE. Pkbth, February 26. Last evening, Michael Clifford, pro prietor of the Australian Hotel, m Mnrray street, was engaged in front of the bar of his premises, when his atten tion was drawn to four Afghans, who were drinking in the saloon bar, and particularly so to one named Epsa Singh, who was very tick from the effects of intoxication. Clifford imme diately went into his saloon bar, and taking Essa Singh by the arms led him into the yard, bo that his condition ■> might not be farther objectionable to other customers then in the hotel. According to an account of the affair which has been supplied by Clifford, the Afghan whom he removed submitted quietly, and Clifford was about to ra same his previous occupation, when another Afghan, named Soam Singh, beckoned to him from the door of the premises. When asked by Clifford w hat he required, Soam Singh replied, ' how dare; you insult my countryman. Although Clifford disclaimed any...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL. NEW SOUTH WALES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 March 1897

INTEBGDX-ONIAIi. WEW SOUTH WALES. .jil - i, j Sydhky, February 28. The Crown Iacw-nnthorities of New Sooth Wales state that they consider there cannot, be any appeal, in the ordin ary, isense'of that teia,«n txhalf of Botler, the supposedvperpet«itorof the Glenbrook .morders, to the supreme etmrt of the United States, as ihetmly thing hi law in that coontiy correspond ing with English 'law, is a provision wht{^.m the ev<pt of extradition being granted^ would enable «h application to be made to the supreme court for a writ of habeas corpus on the grounds that prisoner was in unlawful custody. On that application, however, the court would not re-try the whole case, bnt would simply decide whether Boiler was the person sought to be extradited.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TALGA. TALGA, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 March 1897

TALGA. (fkox OtTB own cokbespokdent). Talga, March 1. Mining matters locally are somewhat stagnant, work being anything bat plentiful owing to the Star of the North mine having been granted additional protection till the Minister's decision concerning the four months' exemption applied for and recommended by the Warden is made known to that official. Nothing farther has been bruited abroad re the machinery for this pro perty, bat the arranging for plant and and conveyance of same to Taiga most necessarily be a work of seme time. Several fossickers have been raking the once famous gully over again, bat, alas, its treasures of gold do not seem so abundant nor so easily obtained as in the days of yore, for notwithstanding these men have put in some weeks of hard work, Ix>y was the only success ful seeker, as mentioned in a late issue, and the value of the yellow metal picked up by him would scarcely pay wages were it equally distributed amongst all employed. However, the small numbe...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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TAMBOURRAH. TAMBOURRAH, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 March 1897

TAMBOURRAH. (from our own corse bpobdkbt) . Tambooehah, February 25. Mr. Tievoror, the manager of the World's Fair Syndicate, has gone to Perth, bat only for a trip, as he, I believe, intends to return here in about six: weeks, bringing with him a crashing plant for his mine. Work is being steadily pushed on upon the different holdings, the high quality of stone lately, raised still being retained.

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THE SITUATION IN CRETE. LONDON, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 March 1897

THE SITUATION IN CRETE; Lohdoh, February 27. . A correspondent ot the London * Times' states that King George of i Greece has refused towithdraw from Crete. The correspondent farther remarks that Greece Is still furious, and seems to show no inclination of yielding to the demands of the Euro pean Powers, whose fleets now threaten to blockade all Cretan ports and seize all Greek ships conveying proyiBttmBto islands. | , .The Saltan of Turkey is continn . ing hia warlike preparations upoti tbeGreekfrontier. Later. ont Europe at the prospect pf a Settlement of the Cretan question, on lines suggested by Groat Britain,: yrhuh prpvide"for en administrative nnder a nominal sovereignity of the Saltan. ''• ' f King George professes to be greatly afciaredat'the conduct of the Powers in- determining to giant antonomy t* Crete and to retain, at the same jams, the sovereignity of. Turkey. The gronnds of that King's atnawr .reent are said rto be an unofficial information;which his, Government rec...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN. TELEGRAMS. [BY CABLE] THE TRANSVAAL RAID. LONDON, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 5 March 1897

BRITISH AND FOREIGN. , . XsrCABISl THE TRANBVAAL RAID. Lohdob; Eebrnary 27. The committee appointed by the Horae - of Commons to investigate the now famous raid into the Trans vaal Republic by Dr. Jameson early lastyear, and which was bo sum marily defeated byr the Boers at f Ktjigemdorf,' after aeVri^- rittings at which much evidence^ relating to the fnuas._ 4rasrgina^ h»w rfe snmed i meetings; C ^Mr. Cecil Rhodes, who hasjaboured under the stigraa^-hmng^ihe prime instigator ofihe habvemprit,wss farther ei amimd. "Mr. Lnvbouchere's cross exfSnni^tidn df witnesses occupied the greater portion of the" sitting, bnt nothing not alrBady known was elicited.. Mr. Rhodes in replying whs most frank, excepting only when third parties were concerned. He fi^nently turned the tables on Mr. Habonchere, and especially so when he read one of the tatter's speeches upon certain questions. Addressing : hinv Mr. Rhodes' declared, " Your argument here precisely covers the Rand case." Mr. Rhodes explain...

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