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DISABLED BY A STORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 July 1897

DISABLED BY A STOBM. The iron ship Avenger pnt into Port Louis, Mauritius, disabled bjT a storm. The mizzen mast was sprang, and her cargo damaged, three of the crew haviug been drowned.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CAULFIELD CUP. MELBOURNE, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 July 1897

CAULFIELD CUE. MKLBotrnKE, June 28. Hie following weights have been de clared fortlie Caul field Cup: — st. lb. St. lb jtifcroelydou... 9 12 Benedict ... 7 6 Bopsicotch ... 9 7 Capstan ... 7 5 Cremorao ... 9 7, Keera ... 7 4 TrneBlue ... 9 4 Burleigh ... 7 4 Battalion ... 9 4 Bon John 1.. 7 4 Coil ... 9 4 Savfes ... 7 4 Valiant ...8 13 Ailsc Craig ... 7 4 BeFedey 8 12 Carini ... 7 4 KaUatina ... 8 10 Woodbine ... 7 4 Preston ... 8 10 Grafter ... 7 4 SnmTor ... 8 10 Swivan ... 7 4 Resolute ... 8 9 Hie Hypnotist 7 3 Mora ... 8 9 Bean Brunimel 7 3 Ayrshire ... 8 9 Waihtne ... 7 31 Loyalty- ... 8 7 Province ... 7 2 Auram ... 8 6 Majestic ... 7 t Response ... 8 6 Bundok ... 7 2 Chevalier. ... 8 6 Marto ... 7 2 Miracaluui ... 8 5 Superior _ 7 2 Strath Spray... 8 6 Laura ... 7 2 OTVigger ... 8 S Manfred ... 7 2 Staffer ... 8 6 Birksgate ... 7 2 Sobold ... 8 4 taCarabin ... 7 2 Moonxlong ... 8 4 Nor'-Bast ... 7 2 Fuciie ... 8 4 Boscnbel ... 7 1 Wait-a-bit ... 8 3 Fond ... 7 1 Morocco ... 8 ...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONDON. [BY TELEGRAPH.] CONDON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 July 1897

CONDON. [bp teleghaph.] (fhom OITB owit oobbksposdfitt). Cosdox, July 15. The weather here is very unsettled, and strong easterly winds have prevailed during the last few days, whilst 35 points of rain have been registered. Fears are entertained for the safety of the schooner Myra which left Cossack for this port direct on the 2nd inst.7 as she has not be*>n sighted yet. There is a large goldfields mail on this vessel and Condon residents are anxiously waiting her arrival. No intimation has been received of the schooner having put into one of the creeks en route. The schr. Harriett which left Cossack for Condon on the 12th inst. was compelled to put back through the rough weather.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RESTRICTING TRADE MONOPOLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 July 1897

RESTRICTING TRADE MONO POLIES. Senator Sberman, Secretary of State in McKiuley's Government,lias expressed an opinion that the most importaut of questions with which American statesmen will have to deal is how to most effectually re strain the multiplication of trusts and the creation of trade monopolies.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEETING OF THE W.A.T.C. COMMITTEE. PROGRAMME FOR NEW YEAR'S MEETING PERTH, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 July 1897

MEETING OF THE W.A.T.C. committee. PROGRAMME FOR NEW YEAR'S MEETING Perth. Julv 3. At a meeting of the committee of the W-A Turf Club lost night, the disqualifi cations for three months and five years re spectively inflicted upon the jockeys J. !Long ana G. MeSwoeney by the Canning Park club stewards for alleged suspicious riding were quashed. A draft programme for the W-A.T-C next new. year's race meeting was con-i sidered at a committee meeting of the dnb on Wednesday night, and provides. for £3.110 in stakes, to be distributed over eighteen races. The Perth Cup will be worth 750 sovB.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROEBOURNE NEWS. [BY TELEGRAPH.] ROEBOURNE, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 July 1897

ROEBOURNE NEWS. [by telegiwfh] (frost our own correspondent). Roeboorne, July 7. John Keogb, aged 24. died lust night. He had been suffering from an attack of typhoid for the last fortnight and later had developed an abscess on the neck. The primary cause of death was heart disease, accelerated by typhoid. He was a prominent member of the Roe bourne Rovers cricket club, and at his funeral this afternoon there was a large attendance, including a number of repre sentatives from the Roel»ourne Rovers, CiviJ Service, and Cossack cricket clubs, many of whom placed wreaths 011 the coffin. Kf'Ogh was greatly resppct<*d by ali who knew liirn and much sympathy is felt for bis relatives. The weather is now very warm and rain appear to have cleared off

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRUSSIAN CHANCELLORSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 July 1897

PRUSSIAN CHANCELLOBSHIP. A Berlin report states that Baron De Bullonr, German ambassador at Quintal, will succeed the present Minister of Foreign Affairs, Baron Marscbal von Bieberstein. The "Standard," remarking on this re porti declares that Baron Ballowwill ultimately succeed Prince Hohenlohe i as Imperial Chancellor.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARBLE BAR RACES. SETTLING NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 July 1897

MARBLE BAR RACES. SETTLING NIGHT. Friday night was selected for the settling in connection with the recent local race meeting, and a large number of persons assembled in Tattersall's rooms to witness the pioceedings. The following amounts were paid over :— T. R. Byass £145 ; A. B Lockyer £75 ; J. H. Staton £25 ; J. Rayner £20 ; J. Isdell £'20; XV. McPhee £15; F. Walsh £13 ; F. Green £7 10s ; S. P. Maekay £5 ; R. Anderson £2 10s; and E. Ashton £1 10s. The Ladies' Bracelet, a gold band of beautiful workmanship, set with opals and diamonds, was also handed over. An approximate statement of the financial position of the club was read, by which it was shown that a credit balance of about £260 would be carried forward to next year. Stakes doe Forlorn amounting to £48 were held over. After the principal business of the evening had been completed, the Presi dent of the club, Dr. H. W. Nix, pro posed the health of the winner of the Marble Bar Handicap and of the other successful competitors ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GOLD COAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 July 1897

THE GOLD COAST. A number of Chinese miners pos sessing colonial experience are being sedt to the Gold Coast, West Africa, at the expense of the Governuieut of that colony, to prospect certaiu localities, and believed to be auri ferous, for gold.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TALGA TALGA PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 July 1897

TALGA talga plate. The final act in connection with the recent local racing festival was consum mated on the Marble Bar race course on Wednesday afternoon, when the Taiga Taiga Plate was competed for. Though the weather was threatening, and indeed rain commenced to fall before the con clusion of the proceedings, there was a good attendance and considerable in terest was manifested in the event. The three horses entered for this race on Thursday week last again competed, the result remaining unaltered, Bijou romp ing home a remarkably easy winner. Monitor who ran second on that day did not even come up to his form then, be ing badly beaten, whilst the wherealmuts of Durable was for some time after Bijou and Monitor bad passed the post a con undrum, but at last he was seen plod ding along about a third of a mile in the rear. The following are particulars:— Talga Talga Platk of £35, 1 j miles. Weight for age. A. B Lockyer's Bijou ... ... 1 J. H. Staton's Monitor ... 2 T. R. Byass'Durab...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SOUDAN CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 July 1897

THE SOUDAN CAMPAIGN. The Khalifa is reported to be pre paring for the Anglo-Egyptian advance on Omdarnmu, and. is call ing upon the rebels to transport measure to Kordorfan in the event of Omdarman falling into the hands of the enemy.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 July 1897

Nullagine Raging Club.' FIRST ANNUAL MEETING. August 11,12, and 13, 1897 Officers. President: Jan. Isdell, Esq., J.P. Vice-Presidents : Walter King.smill, Esq., J.P., John Boyer, Esq., Thomas Wal ters. Esq. Stewards: Messrs. Jas. Isdell, E. H Ahearn, C. McLarty, 8. P. Lynch. J. Boyer, F. Walsh, B. Nicholls, W. Higgs, M. O'Neill, T. Walters, E. Curley. Judge: Walter Higgs, Esq. Starter: Thos. Walters, Esq, Clerk of Scales : Alfred Boyer, Esq. Treasurer: C. MrLarty, Esq. Handicapper: Thos. Walters, Esq. Secretary : S. P. Lynch, Esq. Clerk of Course : E. H- Ahearn, Esq. PROGRAMME. FIRST DAY—WEDNESDAY, AUGUST xi. Trial Stakk6. of £15 ; one mile. W.f.a. For horses that liave never won an advertised race of over £10. Entrance, 16s. 2. NULLAGINE GOLDFIELD HAN DICAP, of £60; a sweepstake of one sov. each from starters to go to second liorse ; miles. Nomination, 25s ; acceptance, 35s. 3. Selling Back, of £20; sir fnrlongs. Winner to be sold for £20; 7Ihs to be allowed for erery reduction of ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. THE ADVANTAGES OP DIRECT SHIPPING. [TO THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 July 1897

CORRESPONDENCE. THE ADVANTAGES OP DIRECT SHIPPING. [to the editor.} Sir,—At the present time the roads to the Eastward of Cossack are almost impassable for stock owing to the great scarcity of grass or other sustenance. Stock reaching-that port would certainly hawe lost condition, and the fact of them not being able to get other than salt water to drink whilst waiting to be shipped from Cossack, would about put the finishing stroke on them. Now as an illustration of the great I**ne6ts to lie derived by this Eastward District, from the opening of new ports the following ! may t« of interest:— Pent Hedland not being yet available we induced tlis Adelaide S.S. Co. to make the experiment of calling at the Forestiers Island to take on board fat sheep for Fremantle. Accordingly the Albany arrived, shipped the sheep on Monday 31st May. They reached Fre tnantlo on the 4th J une, and were sold the following day, Saturday, the whole business occupying a week, just about the time it would have...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WARWICK FARM RACES. SYDNEY, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 July 1897

WARWICK FARM RACES. Si'ONKV, Jane 27 Delightfnl weather prevailed at the Warwick Farm races yesterday, the atten dance being pood. The following were the results:— Auction Stakes.—Johnny Horner. 7st (Stewart), 1; Fox, 7st 8lb (Foster), 2; Oddfellow, 7st lllb (U. Harris), 3. Four others started. Betting—5 to 2 against Johnny Horner and Oddfellow, 4 to 1 Fox. Wen by a length. Express H andicap,— Echo, 6st 121b (Bnshell), 1; Como. 7«t 41b (Foster), 2 ; Telegraph, 9st 71b, 3. Seven others ran. Won by two lengths. Two-Ykae-Oi.d Handicap.— Amorette, 8st 3lb (Johnson), 1; Influenza, 8at (Mc. Kenrie), 2; Nine Fins, 7st 12lb, 3. No other starters. Won by half a length. Stewards' Milk. — B.O.S-, 8st 101b (Johnson), 1; Physical!, 7st lllb (Keane), 2; Bradborn, 8st 41 b (Darson), 3. Fifteen others ran. E.O.S. was not troubled, and won by a length. Warwick Fakk Handicap.— Glender nen,8st (McCa'tby), 1; Messmate, 9st Sib (Harden), 2; The Scotchman, 8st 6lb (Cook),3. Eleven others started. Great r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 July 1897

J. Crawford, A UCTIONJEER, ACCOUNTANT, Mining axd general com MISSION AGENT, EranrJx-stvect, MARBLE BAB. Rents and Debts Collected. Accounts accurately kept. Books Audited. All kinds of agencies undertaken. Correspondence and Telegrams promptly attended to. Agent for All earn & Hay's Coach be tween Marble Bar and Nullagine. RABBLE BAB SADDLE AND HARNESS FACTORY, ! JFrancvsst., Marble Ear. Good useful Harness, Leather, Saddles, always on hand; also quantity of good racing material. iU repairs neatly executed, with the utmost possible dispatch. X)AN EJMKER, Manager. S. TiMall and Co. BOOB-BEEPERS AND AUDITORS. Accounts Collected. GommUmions Executed. Francis Street XABBBB BAB, (Of Perth), . .Contractors TEMPLAR BEDS., having a large quantity of the best, material and appliances on hand at Marble Bar, arc prepared to undertake all kinds of Building Work, After the BEST STYLE and by FIRST-CLASS TRADESMEN. tJOliEKS BOtjjT IN. Estimates given for all classes of work. H. T. TEMPLAR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 July 1897

THE Nor'-West Steam. Lighter Co., LIMITED. Coscack to Condon and Intermediate Ports. THE S.S. CEOYDON (Capt. P. Fbxkcjl) \\lIB«Jce regular trips from COS »" SACK to OOKDOS and rice Ver^calliajr at all INTERMEDIATE mUK la as md a cement offers. Krstielass accommodation for passengers ' For freight or passage, apply to GALBRAITH & CO.. Agents, Cos&ark, _ or TKAINE A RAYNEIi, 3 Condon Agents. Jubilee Hotel, boebourne. H- OSBORK— Proprietor, None bat the best Wines, Beers, Spirits, and Cordials kept. A well-lighted Billiard Table. Loose Boxes for Bacehorses. Careful and attentive Ostlers. Leap Year fr™ Charles Bassett, Proprietor. /i®®® Accommodation for all classes ^ of Visitors. Single Med Booms. Ptrlowrand Bedrooms for families. Good Table kept. Only the Best Brands of Wines, Beers and Sprits kept in stork. BASSETT BROS., Contract** for the Bamboo Creek-Marble Marble Bar-Condon, and Condon lioeboarne, and also the Itoebouroe Forte sen e Moil SerriecB. Tim Mail Coach l...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 July 1897

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Racehorses.—Most of the animals which took part in the Marhle Bar races left hert yesterday for Bamboo Creek. The Warden.—Mr. Axel Ostlund, the local Warden, left Marble Bar on Saturday last for Nullagine, returning on Wednesday. The Stray Shot Management.—Mr. J. H. Church succeeds Mr. Walter Kingsmill as manager of the Stray Shot mine. Mr. Church will superintend tlie affairs of this company until the arrival of the permanent manager who is now en route. Private Match.—On Tuesday last a match arranged l»et\veen the owners of Beaver and Barney was rim on the local racecourse, for £10 aside, the distance being over three furlongs. The event was won afte.r a good spin by Beaver. Port Hedland Causeway.—The con tractors for the Port. Hedland causeway, Messrs. Thompson and Dunsford, left Marble Bar on Wednesday last for the scene of operations, accompanied by their families. Mr Cbas. E. Flinders, who has been residing on the Bar for some time, goes with the party also,...

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THE MINING OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 July 1897

THE MINING OUTLOOK. Thbodghout the colony complaints fire now rife concerning the generally depressed state of the iniuing mar ket, and the futility of offering eveu a high-class property to the outside investor. Though in the palmy days when British capital was being poured iuto Westralia there were not wauting those with optimistic views, who thought such a state of affairs likely to last forever, the wiser and shrewder meu of business shook their heads and prophesied a time of re laxation, when John Bull would button up his pockets and demand some returns for his outlay. That period has arrived, and the colony, as a whole, is now finding its level, the days of inflated va'ues, uud ex travagant speculation, extragagaut beyond all reason, are for a time past, and Western Australia must set about justifying the eulo gisuis expressed and written with reference to her gold-mining in dustry. It caunot be said the boom was beneficial to any great extent so far as FilbarraGoldtield is co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 July 1897

ITOTICE. XK5SERS for ili° bui^dixg of marble bar mixers* institute Will be received by tlie undersized up till i-0I?^00-v-SiTI"b«-mu Plans and specifications may be seen at Messrs. McDonald, Fisher and Co s store. Each TENDER must be accompanied oy CA^H or approved cheque equal to lo PliR, CENTof total amount of tender. All tenders to be sealed and endorsed, lender for Marble Bar Miners' Insti lute. | Tbe lowest or any tender not necessarily i accepted. J [ C. McDonald. W. H. Coopek. Marble Bar, June 30, 1897. j I*ost.—£2 Reward. j T^ROM Northern Stock Route Camp I -L on Ethel Creek, early in April, one j BA1 GELDING, branded £ UI near I shoulder, No. 43on neck. ( Tlie above reward will be paid to any j person delivering the same, or giving reliable information as to whereabouts, to the undersigned. j SAM. MASSINGHAM, Supervisor Nortbern Stock Route, Niiliagine. j Goldmfnfng- lie&ses. [ Department of Mines, I 26th May, 1897. j 's hereby notified that, in accordance J- with t...

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MAIL STEAMER WRECKED. CONSIDERABLE LOSS OF LIFE. LONDON, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 16 July 1897

MAIL STEAMER WRECKED. CONSIDERABLE LOSS OF LIFE. Loudon, July 2. The P. & O. Co.'s steamer Adeu has been wrecked off the coast of Socotra, in the Iudiau Ocean. Reuter's telegram states the mail steamer was wrecked on the 9th ultimo. The captain, a number of the ship's officers, and eight passen gers were swept overboard and drowned. Several of the passengers aud portion of the crew put off in a boat and these it is supposed have been drowned. A passing boat rescned nine of the passengers and thirty-six of the crew just as the vessel was breaking op.

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