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LORD ROBERTS. OF KANDAHAR, COMMANDS THE TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 2 July 1897
LORD ROBERTS. OF KANDAHAR, COMMANDS THE TROOPS. Field-Marshal Lord Roberts of Kan- ■ daliur, was in command of ths colonial troops, and rode at their head. The people greeted liim everywhere with gnat enthusiasm, and loud cries of ' " Bravo Boh," that being his nickname j among the troops in India, and " Re- | member Kandahar." Lieut. Col. Head, i of the Victorian forces, was treated with much kindness, and given a place on ; Lord Robert's staff. The column | marched to Buckingham Palace, thence j over the route marked out for the pro- | cession. The colonial troops and the premiers formed up round St. Paul's church, and were loudly cheered. The spectators along the route evinced the utmost cordiality towards the colonial troops. Shouts of " Bravo Canada," Good Old Australia," greeted them everywhere. Everyone was much struck with the fine physique of the colonial forces, who displayed the finest horsemanship of the mounted troops.
FROM OVERSEA. COLONIAL SOLDIERS CHEERED PRESIDENT KRUGER RELENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 2 July 1897
FROM OVERSEA. COLONIAL SOLDIERS CHEERED PRESIDENT KRUGER RELENTS The reception accorded the colonial and Indian sections of the procession, both to and from St. Paul's, was one of the most characteristic features of the pageantry. At various points along the route, the crowds that lined the streets, and filled every available space, spon taneously sang the National Anthetn. In all respects the spectacle was a triumphant success, and is estimated to have been witnessed by a multitude nund»ering at the lowest estimate fully two millions. The Khedive of Egypt will not per mit his Ministers to close the State offices to-day, in honor of the Queen, and this circumstance is evokiug much comment. A message received fi-oni the Cape states that President Kruger has re leased Walter Daviesand Dr. Sampson, two members of the reform committee, who refused to petition for releasp, but who are now accorded liberty uncon ditionally. June 23. 11 -30 a.m.—Brilliant sunshine pre vailed just prior to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 2 July 1897
J. Crawford, AUCTIO^EEB, ACCOUNTANT, INING and CENTRA!, COM MISSION AGENT, t?rands-strcct9 MARBLE BAB. Beats and Debts Collected. Accounts accurately kept. - Books Audited. A1 lands of agencies undertaken. Correspon dcu ce and Telegrams promptly attend i*d to. Agent for Ahearn A Hay's Coach be tween Marble Bar and Nullagine. Horse Sale Horse Sale. CRAWFORD will sell by public auction on the day immediately following the last day's racing a. number of HORSES, iucludiug GOOD DRAUGHTS and some Good Useful Horses. Entries nre now being received. . Also, Oa account of Messrs. Farqnli arson Bros. MIXED 15 HORSES, 'Including good Heavy Draughts, ami other , useful Spring-cartmnd Baj'gy Horses. On account Sundry Vendors, --A'".-' 8" Good Useful Horses, thoroughly quiet; also— 2 Waggonettes, In good order. 2 Xdglit Gigs. Quantity Mining Toola. TERMS AT SALE. Sale on lOtti July at 11 oclock BAB SADDLE HARNESS FACTORY, " JVTarble Bar. Good useful Harness, Heather, Saddles, • always on hand; al...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 2 July 1897
THE Nor1-West Steam Xiigliter Co., LIMITED. CosEack to Condon, and • Intermediate Forts. THE S.S. CEOYDOH (Capt. F. France) WILL male regular trips from COS SACK to CONDON and rice repeal!,ng at all INTERMEDIATE FORTS as inducement offers. First-class accommodation for passengers For freight or passage, apply to galbraith & CO., Agents, Cossack, or TE A INK & RAYNEE, Condon Agents. Jubilee BOEBOURNE. Hotel, H. OSBORN Proprietor, None but the best "Wines, Beers, Spirits, and Cordials kept. A well-lighted Billiard Table. Loose Boxes for Racehorses. Garcful and attentire Ostlers. 5 Leap Year Inn. Charles Bassett, Proprietor. V^l OOD Accommodation for all classes of Visitors. Single Bed Rooms. F irlour and Bedrooms far families. Good Table kept. Only the RestJBrands of Wines, Beers and Spirits kept in stock. BASSETT BROS., Contractors for the Bamboo Creek-Marble Bar, Marble Bar—Condon, and Condon— Roe bourne, and also the Roebourne— Fortescup Mail Serrices. The Mail Coac...
THE QUEER'S JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 2 July 1897
THE QUEERS JUBILEE. Last week was Jubilee Week, and Marble Bar, in common with nearly every other British coin inanity, throughout the world, celebrated the occasion in the way most fitting: Surely this old globe never before witnessed such au outpouring of loyal congratulations to any sove reign as has lately been the case, for from all parts of the Empire upon which the boast has been made the sou never sets, the felicitafious of a widely-scattered, but,. nevertheless, united people, have been flowing in upou Her Majesty the Queen. The procession that" passed along the thundering London streets on Tues day week last, mny aptly be charac terised as the Empire in epitome, for representatives of British subjects from all portions of the Queen's dominions found a place in its ranks. The occhsjou has exemplified the un bounded affection cherished for Queen Victoria by her people; and, whilst all have uuited in doing homage to an estimable lady, who has uot ouly occupied the throne for ...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 2 July 1897
MAIL NOTICES. Tl»e following nre detailed runnings of ; the Mails between Marble liar and all the other mail towns on this goldtield and the coast:— J DOWN. j Bamboo Creek—Hocbourne (via Condon). —Fortnightly service. Nest mail learcs Bamboo Oreek on July 12, at 4 p.m^ arriving at Marble Bar at 4 p.m. on July 13tli. .Leaves Marble Bar the following morning at 7 o'clock; via Taiga, Coongnn Hotel, Warralong, nnd Mulyie, arriving at Condon at 4p.m. on July 17. Leaves^ Condon at G p.m. on the 18th, arriving in Eoeboaroo on July 25. Nullagine to Boebourne. ■— "Weekly,, service. Neat mail leaves Nullagine on July 8, at 10 a.m.. arriving at Marble Bor at noon on July 10. Leaves same day at 3 p.m.; via Just-in-Time, Western Shaw, Tambourruh Creek, I'ilbarra, Towranna, Mal'ina, arriving ta Bochournc on July 22 TJP. * Boebobrne—Bam boo Creek (via Condon). —Fortnightly service. Next mail leaves IXoebourne on June 29, at 7 a.m. Arrives at Condon at 3 p.m. on July 4. Leaves Condon at 4 p.m. on t...
AT ST. PAUL'S. AN IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 2 July 1897
AT ST. PAUL'S. AN IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY The scene at St. Paul's w as most im pressive, and one never to lie forgotten l>3r those who witnessed it. The Royal carriage drew up opposite the west door of the cathedral, between tlie steps and statue of Queen Annie. At the top of the first flight of steps were two arch bishops, the Bishops of London and Manchester, the Dean of St. Paul's. Canon Scott-Holland, Archd.iacou Sin clair, Cenon Newboldt, the Bishop of Stepney, thirty prel»endaries of St. Paul's, and the bishops attending the Lamlieth Conference. The ceremony comprised a brief Te Dcum, specially composed by Dr. Martin, organist at St. Paul's, and was sung by the Royal | choirs. The Lord's Prayer was then in- : toned, and two collects said. Finally, the multitude joined in 'singing " All people that on earth da dwell." the whole service impressing all by its simple grandeur. The Queen herself, was deeply'afleetod as the vast multitude by whom she was surrounded united with the Ro...
THE ROYAL PROCESSION. WILD OVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 2 July 1897
THE ROYAL PROCESSION. WILD OVATIONS. 11-20 The Royal procession lias just reached St. Paul's Cathedral, and throughout the entire liue of route the Queen was acclaimed with a succession of wild ovations. The colonial premiers were cheered at frequent internals throughout the entire route. The Chinese troops from Hong Kong, and the Cingalese and Malay con tingents from the Straits Settlements, with their strange uniforms, were watched with great interest. Repre sentatives of Royalty occupied sixteen carnages. The Queen's carriage was drawn l»y eight cream colored horses with postillions and outriders. Her Majesty was in splendid health, and bowed smilingly to the cheering crowds, whose demonstrations of love and loyalty knew no bounds.
ADDRESSES FROM PARLIAMENT. RANCOROUS IRISHMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 2 July 1897
ADDRESSES FROM PARLIA MENT. RANCOROUS IRISHMEN. In the House of Lords, Lord Salis bury moved an address to the Queen, complimenting flw Majesty upon hav ing completed sixty years of sovereignty, and expressing the Nation's jov, by reason of her great and illustrious reign. The. noble Marquis said to-morrow's cele brations made au epoch iu the history of the race. During the Queen's reign, the impulse of democracy had effected vast changes without disturbing pro gress, and added that this was largely due to the moderating iufluence which the Queen exercised iu the councils of the Empire. The motion was carried unanimously. Iu the Douse of Commons, Mr. Balfour, First Lord of the Treasury, moved a similar address. Sir William Harcourt, leader of the Opposition, dwelt npon the sympathetic character of the Queens reign. Mr. John Dillon, one of the Irish leaders, and memlwr for Mayo East, protested against the ad dress, and stated that however it went the Nationalist party would not vote ...
TELEGRAMS. THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. SIXTY YEARS A QUEEN. A NATION'S FELICITATIONS. PRELIMINARY ARRANGEMENTS. DEMONSTRATION AT STOCK EXCHANGE. [BY CABLE.] LONDON, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 2 July 1897
TELEGRAMS. THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. SIXTY" YEARS A QUEEN. A NATION'S FELICITATIONS. PRELIMINARY ARRANGE MENTS. DEMONSTRATION AT STOCK EXCHANGE. [by cable.] London. June 21. On the occasion of the thanksgiving jubilee service at St. Paul's on Tuesday next, the colonial premiers will join with the liigh officers of the State in receiving the Queen at the steps of the Cathedral. The Queen made a seiui-State entry into London to-day, arriving at Padding ton at noon. The occasion called forth a remarkable outburst of popular en thusiasm, and addresses of loyalty and congratulation were presented in the presence of immense crowds, amid thundering cheers. The entire route which the Royal pro cession will take from Buckingham Palace to St. Paul's Cathedral tomorrow has been beautifully decorated for the occasion, and is crowded by eager sight seers. Fleet Street particularly, is fre quently blocked. An enthusiastic demonstration of loyalty was witnessed to-day at the -stock exchange. Before adj...
THE QUEEN RECIPROCATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 2 July 1897
THE QUEEN RECIPROCATES. Before leaving Buckingham Palace for St. Paul's Cathedral this morning, j the Queen indited cable messages of lore | and gratitude to all British colonies and i dependencies throughout the world. She reciprocated the expressions of love and j loyalty to herself. i Frotn 2 o'clock this morning eager sight seers commenced to crowd upon tlie chief points of interest on the route fixed for the procession, and every point throughout the entire route was occupied to its utmost capacity long before the approach of the procession. The appearance at Buckingham Palace of Field Marshal Lord Roberts of Kandahar, with the colonial troops, shortly after 9 o'clock, was the signal for a great ovation. The Rhodesian forces, under the com mand of Capt. Clifford, who had one of his tunic sleeves armless, the result of a wound sustained in the Matabele cam paign, were also greatly cheered. The stalwart march of the Madras Native Contingent surprised many. The Lord Mayor's recept...
LONDON PACKED WITH VISITORS. COLONIAL TROOPS EXCITE ENTHUSIASM. June 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 2 July 1897
LONDON PACKED WITH VISITORS. COLONIAL TROOPS EXCITE ENTHUSIASM. June 22. London is packed with visitors from the provinces, from the Continent, and from the uttermost ends of the earth. The streets were thronged all last night with loyal and enthusiastic crowds. When morning hroke the weather was fine, with every prospect of it proving propitious. Cable messages literally poured into Buckingham Palace this morning from all parts of the world, felicitating the Queen upon her glorious reign. Immense enthusiasm has l»een aroused in London iu consequence of the pro minence given in the procession to Indian and colonial troops, the latter being in extreme favour. The Queen gave an audience to the colonial premiers on Monday night, when Mr. Chamberlain introduced the colonial statesmen and their wives. JThe Queen specially addressed the premiers. All trains arriving in London from 4 o'clock this morning have been crowded. The weather is dull, but fine. The railway arrangements, notwith st...
SOUTH AFRICAN AFFAIRS. KRUGER DESIRES PEACE. LONDON, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 2 July 1897
South African Affairs. KRUGER DESIRES PEACE. London, Juue 24. President Kroger has addressed a State communication to Mr. Cham ^berlaiu which is conciliatory in tone, and expresses a desire for peace. Oom Paul requests that the ques tions in dispute regarding the inter pretation of the provisions of the London Convention be referred to arbitration. A treaty has been ratified by the Legislatures of the Transvaal and the Orange Free State by which each State undertakes to assist the other if the independence of either be endaugered.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 2 July 1897
E. J. MAKER MARBLE BAB, HAVING commenced business as a General Blacksmith, is j.ow pre pared to undertake all kinds of General BLACKSMITHINC. HOBSE SHOEING. All work carried out in the best style, and with despatch - Public STotice. 1 T^rOTICE is hereby pren that on and _L A after 1st July, 1897, the under signed BANKS doing business in Western Australia will make a CHAHGE OF TEN SHILLINGS and SIXPENCE for Open ing CURRENT ACCOUNTS. A further charge of Ten Shillings and Sixpence will be made Each Half-Yenr for continuing to keep such Accounts. Present Customers, and those opening Accounts before the 1st July, 1897, will also be subject to a Conditional Half Yearly Charge of Ten Shillings and Sixpence as from the 1st October next, in terms of a notification which will be for warded, to each Customer in due coarse. Signed by THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN BANK, }[. I). Holmes, General Manager. THE NATIONAL: BANK OF AUSTRALASIA, LIMITED, H. B. KngiiXI), Manager, THE UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA, LI...