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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897
Condon Creek. iv.. JETTY CONTRACT. TENDERS will be rereived at thi« Offiin np to nwa ooTueaflay^the lOtli August. 1897, lor the above!Con tract. Tbfj are to be iddrpxwd to " The Hon. the Director of "Public Works," and marked outside, "Tender for Condon Creek Jetty Coatract." _ Conditions of Contract, Specifications, and Drawings may be seen at this Office, and at the Court House, Cossack. Tbc lowest or'an'y tonddr srHl-nbt neces sarily be accepted. By order of the Hon. the Director of Public Works/ M. E. J DLL. Under Secretary for public Works. Public Work* Office, Perth, Western AxHtralia, 10th June, 1897 Altaratlori of Hegnlation 130 (Transfers) under the Gold fields Act. Department of Mines, 1st July, 1897. HIS Excellency the Governor in Exe cutive Council, wader the pro visions cmiferred upon him by Section 99 of the Goldh'clds Act (59 Vict.. No. 40). has It-en pleased to approve of the amendment of Regulation 130 (to take effect *9 from the 18th Juue, 1897), by the omission of...
CORRESPONDENCE. A CORRECTION. [TO THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897
CORRESPONDENCE. A CORRECTION. [to THK KDITOB.") " ' . ' ' Sib,—With reference 'to the state— hleiTt -made- in tlie Ntillagine -news in. vour issue of the-30th July. I liep; to state tiiat Mr. James Isdcll has not lieen iippointed General Mana^«r of any of tlie Consolidated Gold Mines of W.A. Ltd. Kindly cor.ect your corres pondent's statement to that effect, and j oblige. S. TREDINNICKL Coongan Mine, Marble Bar, August 5. It is related of a certain politician 'sa.vs " Melbourne Punch") that one day. ha» ing taken a seat in the Botanical Gardens in the metropolis of his prov ince. he pn-sently fell asleep, as was his wont. and. sitting down in the shade, with his hat '•ottom upwards lietwcen iiis knees, and his head back and his laouth cjpen, he presented quite a touch ing .-and- pathetic-sight.&lt; His .clothes werq dusty, and Ih^ fliys pers exploring his mouth, and be seemed a most deserv ing object of charity. Anyhow, w han the politician - awoke. (as he sometimes does) an...
WARDEN'S COURT. MARBLE BAR, JULY 29, 1897 (Before Mr. Axel Ostlund, Warden). [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897
WARDEN'S COURT. MARBLE BAR, JULY 29, 1897 (Before Mr. Axel Ostlund, Warden). Jolin Crawford applied for one and three mouths' exemption on lease No. 398, tlie White Angel. Mar hie Bar. The. applicant elated the necessary notices had been posted. He had worked 'tiip"1ease|fur nearly tno years, with excep tion of exemption from the 9tli Ortolier, 1896, to 8fh .March, 1897. He had put down one vertical shaft, 45ft., and a winze lttft.. and had driven along the reef east and wi st for a distance of 20ft. cxch way. An underlay shaft had also l»een sunk9*tft. and n vertical one 56ft. At these de ptl is a strong supply of water had lieen encoun tered. and though the stone was payable, the water cou'd not lie coped with by hand power, and lie had not the funds hi com mand for purchasing the necessary pump ing 'machinery. He had paid up to Octolier last year. £915, and from Mbreh until the present. £224 7* I Id. Since getting Inst exemption, hi* . had sunk a vertical shaft 21ft and had put i...
DISTRICT NEWS. BAMBOO CREEK. August 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897
DISTRICT NEWS. BAMBOO CREEK. ' (fro* ovr ows (»RteKBrd£fc&&T.V August 5. S. JPafker. W. Cumuiing^ T. R, Byan. an'H H. Qshorri made ia fjyi'tg Visit to Yatidicoogin'adtiting the week. Two of the pioneers of B&iulioo Creek, Messrs. Scliliuke arid Stevenson/ have returned, after a four mouths prio^pect ing tour.. ft is their intention tb^gtle do'wii on the Or»-« k for a" lime. A . good deal of ^ieknass isjvnrigkfcnt at present, mostly colds, -&Hp Aud dysentery. T MessVx J. M, BOBioxidl. G. 3* Walker. ai}d X. Dillon-***-among the nutnlwT* who have been seri'«psly indisposed through ~ these . pru - - j . -v. - * •atlms
GOLDFIELDS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. [BY TELEGRAPH.] LONDON, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897
GOLDFIELDS OF BRITISH columbiaI [Br Telegraph.] London. July TO. The Emigrants' Information Office, London, is warning intending emigrants of the dangers attending the journey to the Yukon Goldfields. The road to the goldfields is isaid to l>e only open to -traffic l»etwcen the months of-June and September, and the journey from Vic toria, the capital of the province, is an arduous one. food on tlnr fields is not merely expensive, hut scarce. August 3. The mad rush of gold seekers to K.I011 dyke still continues, and it is - feared that, owing to the lack of provisions, not a few. persons, rich in the possession of gold, will nevertheless perish from starvation.
MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897
MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR. Mr. F. W. Shell-;, Financial Manage! &lt; ofi the Imperial O>rjioration s WesN-ri. Shaw properties, returned to Marl .It Bar on Monday "evening last from NulUigiiie. . The &orth Star" iniiVe,"at "Taiga, has bren trken froiii fbfe ^orilpany by Hall hud party, who will wofk the property on tri!>ute. The ten head battery on McPhee's Reward ebiim, at Taiga Taiga, has been" purchased hy_ _D&lt;ih&lt;-rty ^ and party of Nullagine, for the sun; of £550, and is ultimately to he removed to the latter place, where it will he re-erected upoi the Great Eastern, a very promising property. In view, however, of the fact ihat this is the only crushing plant at Tnlga, and that something of.a revival has set in there, in mining matters, several good yields having l»een reported, the new proprietors do not intend tn immediately shift it, hut will, should, sufficient inducement ofler,: leave one set of five head of stampers w...
INTER-PROVINCIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH]. PERTH July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897
INTER- FRO VIN C LAL. e' '"^T, TEtEGCArS ] i\ ■ ^ '&lt; " Pt'UTtI JuH'_ 1^ G. "f. Suiipsdh, M.L.A.,'iuter viewed by a press' representative at Gerald ion. exp'n-ssed mi opinion of the recently-formed Goldfields Party. He c-ouBidi-rs tin* party will ser^e a useful purposejn the State, and it will have his support so long as it refrains from hostility to ""oilier interests. He is of opinion that Mr, Illing worth, for a number' of reasons, has overshadowing claims txi^tlie leadership of the party. At the ^Banbury P..jive Court on Tuesday dnd \\ ednesruy last, Major Henry Gpver, of the Salvation Aimv, was proceeded ogBiu'ct' l.y the district registiar^for -ceh-brnting s marriage in tlie S&tvHtitm Army kirracks at Bun hury, the hanns of such marriage not liavhi$T£hh cabled tfs'pidst.-i'ilied by-law. Counsel "for-the accirii-d'admittWI the facts, applied fcr the case 'to be re mitted Ho Perth. The magi^tiate saw no objetrfioii -to this course, hut adjourned the hearing for...
TAMBOURRAH. July 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897
TAMBOUKRAH. (feom ode own COBEESPONDENT.^ July '27. For r long time past, thn-e Jms oc curred le-re nothing worth recording, fxo-pt the tery welcome rains that fell some weeks since, nud which have done a great deal of good in freshening up the feed and -assisting us through, what promised to he a long dry season. The wiatlor now -is delightfully cool arid hmcing. A paragraph', in a hife issue, referred to a ■ find ui^de some distance from Towranna. I fie find was made hv two prospectors, named Clarke and Stevens, in the old workings nt Piiendini, some 12 miles from this place, aurl is a con glomerate h-ack-r. from which they have won a very considerable quantity of gold, as much occasionally as a pound weight to the dish. Others have l>eeu out endeavouring to pick the lead up outside the prospector's pi*gs, hut so far, without succf-ss. They se&lt;*ni to Iwtve taken in the lot. The gold is not so valuable asJthat gynytjilly fQund in this district, but still the find is' ...
New Zealand. AUCKLAND, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897
2few Zealand. ' "AOakland,-Jaly 22.' "IWhiin She«*1i"arfr« lto outraged -and tnhrdhred a'girl, lajfore hrs execution wrote1 at tattPr to the-victim's mother, as foHbwtfV^ I hope jou will forgive me. as I H&lt;ipe--God will forgive ine, and I hope tdmeet your daughter in heaven, when Wb forgives me. Good-bye ; aird GodWesa you, dear madum." '■-'W. Walker, a young married man, wltHe playing ill ' a football match m-ar Napier, received an injury to the head, causing the rupture of a hloi>d^esvel of the b.ain, from the effects of which he died. ^ ' b
BAMBOO CREEK. BAMBOO CREEK, August 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897
BAMfiOO OBKEK.' (FBOltOCH OWJf COHBTBSFOBDEST). Bamboo Creek, August 5. The work of development is steadily progressing. "The binding-engines for the Queen, Bonnie Doon, and Reward claims have nil arrived, and will shortly lie erected. Stone and lime for the .foun dations are l-eing obtained, and in a few days will lie ready for the masons. Cross-cutting in the main shaft has already la-en. conuiugic* d &u th&Quren. and will 'shortly be; started "in the He^ard &lt;^ajhjjt . „k r -.JL- - r Mr. T R. -Rviiss is I-usily engaged 1 with tin* Mount Piophecy engine audi battery, and, should a!l go well, will have hoLh in hoiking order in about two weeks. The. pnpiie is receiving a thorough overhaul -under Mr. Byass' supervision. j lend. rs arc out for the caytingTif 250 i tons of Eton.- from the -Consurlidirted j liold Mines to the Mount: Pi oph«*cy 1 ■uttery, and pr-ihaMy 1 >y tin- tine Jtliis stone is crushed another crushing will be raised. A splendid shoot .of...
South Australia. ADELAIDE, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897
South Australia. "ArietAibK, July 16. •' A-'bftter tonep^iauwi qu the A l«* :laid»* "filiufv ii^et WVertlaj'. aii^ aj;6dl deal of-business was transtttffod. ' The South Australian Minister of Lauds, yesterday, promised a deputation of^ochl optioirdelegates that he wolfld stappoft an amendment to't-He OoHinidhl weahh Bill; allowing any State - to 'pro-' hihit1 tbfc importation^ of alcohol and 'opiimiurithin its i/oundnries. ' "' ■ - > x... July 27. ■A1 fHh* tttootnataf tio&iness wastlotie on tlreAdelnide'Ekchftrige yt-storday, ;
NULLAGINE. July 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897
NULL \GINE. (FBOM OCB OW>' COBRESFoydkrt). J111v 26. The Syndicates l»att"ry cleaned up a publie crushing, last Friday. &lt;»f twenty tous from Fiynu s Rew ard claim, for a yield of 30 du t. to the ton. The next lot to go through will l»e a parcel of twc;nty tons from Turner's claim, on the Caj.-but, and this is expected to average from 2 to 3 oz., and immediately follow ing, a trial crushing from Fisher's lease; will be put through. A fairly large number of reefing claims have l*een taken up out at the Cnjehut latety, and, by the ctusbings, it would appear the holders are likely to do very well out of thnn. The water shaft which is now Wing sunk on the Nor'—West Company's, machine aiea, is down ubout 60 feet, in fairly soft country, and it is »-xpect>*d water will soon be struck As yet nothing is known us to the water level in the conglomerate country, but every thing points to there lieing an adequate supply, and it is to be hoped, for the good of the held in general...
Victoria. MELBOURNE, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897
! Victoria. Mei.bourne, July 19. The showery wtatlr-r continues, uud the prospects of pmduc rs are daily im proving. It is difficult to conceive a more favours! lc winter than is now heiug experienced. Under the fuvour ul'le condition*, grass and cereal crop* at e making capital progress. A question, invoU ing the liability of the '-state of the late Jume* Leomud Kimmoutli to the - payment of a large amount of probate duty, . was. j&rgued before the full court to-day. The court j decided that nil moneys which the deceased hud lionnd iiiuis>-lf and bis executors by Hiiti nuptial contract to pay.' were debts due by the deceased within the meaning of the Prulmte Act. and, as cucb, were exempt from the probate duty. By this ruling the euiii of over £50.000 escajie- taxation. The Minister of Agriculture received a telegram to day from thv» Ministers of "Agriculture of Queensland and South Austraiiu. congrMrulating him upon having piloted the Exported Products Bill through the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897
j AVCttOJfJEEK, _ «T '» T '■ i £r '■ .. ACGOU IfTAST,. *"ae *■" \ w . -'"V-> -, IK& ASS) GENERAL 00M - -"MISSION AGENT,, EraHcisstrcet, . M ARB Ii¥ B A B. .Rent* ^U3d_X>fb^s Cojlepted. Accounts accurately kept. _ - - Books Audited. iv-~" ... ^ All kinds etegmars anderUken. Correspondence end Telegram s promptly w , . , attended t° '• ~ I Agent for Ahe&rn & Hay's Coach lie tween Marble Bar-and Nullagine. j^£ARBLB BAR SADDLE ' .. . . . AKD HARNESS FACTORY, Francisst.. Marble Bar. • a ~ - "'Gob*!; rfsefulTIarness; Leather, Saddle*, *' 'always on hand; aUo quantiLy of good racing material. AH repairs "neatly executed, with tha utmott possible dispatch. DAM PARKER, Manager. S. Tindall and Co. BOOK-KEEPERS AND AUDrtORS. 'i-iJg-i J3 Account* Collected. Commission* Executed. Francis Street BEARBLB BAR ■ok s JEEMPIAE eril hr.s . r.-'?! swm -.&lt;«r. ..r.rnr : }ft* KilV r"'r'?::5 ^.,:r .. . =Uenerai.- . -■ t.\- to t^v-.nbA sr * d'rv ftihar: ff isrUsc t I ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897
Tili5 Pilbarra Goldfield PnHishederery Friday at Marble Bar, tw Pflbaira Goldfield. lC«rt»ms *U % latest and most reliable uSormauon concerning Mining in the Pi Ibarra Goldfield, including the centre* of Marble Bar, Bauiboo Creek, Nullagiue, Western Shaw, North Sim*. Tain honrmh/North Pole, . and fandtcopgina. " rEEKB OF StIBSC«lFI70» IK Advance : 6s.« pwMj*arter; ^half-year; £1 fiB year. AmTBBTfitnfc Bates : ^rfrvbperinsert.on; application, for S« » ** fHrttro in**' SLuff ^ 5"* * Insertion of adrer ^ i!irte mon',,s "f» longer ? mPJ 1* had on application. Assets : (Advertisement Berth Mornul£ He"dd " Office. Walson A Geyer, Boebonrne ; A-E- A. Haste, Bamboo Creelc Wflfred dadspn. Western fchaw 8- P. Lyncli, Nnllagme 5. Hedley, Condon ®*„Tl"r *»WripHon. or nirntiv. Ohables.Basseit, Proprietor. O°0D "Accommodation for all classes . «f Visitors. ^^^SSSSStT' Bgl Bnmdsof Wines, Beers and Spupitslw^ io stoclc, bassett bbos -Marble WavWarble Bar-Condon, tnd Condon -Baebcwrne, and also the ...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897
LOCAL AND GENIAL. . ■ " :• - t-l> • ■ .1 Tre Stkay £n«rr Maxac* mekt.— i Mr. H. G. Neill, wlm assumes tin-man Rgement ot the Stray. Shot sqnd other I properties l«-longing to thtt..pomp&&lt;iy, ' arrived at Marble Bar on Friday lust. ' Local Codrt.— A nport.of the local j court held un Wednesday lostyis uuavoid- I ably held ovi-r till w-xt issue. 'I his j course has la-en rendered necessary ow ing to the pressure upon our spaee, caused through the publication oi budgets of telegraphic news. _ i Ncllagine Post Office."—Mr. H. T. Templar, contractor for tlie erection of the new .Nullagiiie P&lt;ist office." informs us timt building will lie cuiiiuli:U-d this week. It is situated ennve'iifeiit to the town, and is a great improvefnent upon the tent, w hich now not oiif^ serves as th.i postmasters quarfifs,*' bat office also. -Quarterly Electoral Registration Court-—At the usual, quarterly sitting of the electoral registration -court, on Monday last, the follow...
THE MINING LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897
THE MIKING LAWS. Os the lfiH instant, Parliament will again lie assemhlrtlT" and tin-process of lawmaking and law amending tagiu once more. Witliout doul«t, there-is 'much that is crude and unsatisfactory in many of our laws, and particularly in those, relating to and controlling that industry, to which this-colony is indebted 1 for it's prosperity of' I ate" years. It is gratifying to hud - tho -goldfrerds aTe giiing to hare a crtieefiitfae framing bf amtftlde «ftrtitig1aws dm-mgthKcOrwftg f Session, atrd it' is to fie-hoped drfffriice . will he paid, fct> the-iiews cf those*7who J are 'the chosen of thief vurHiBS-'goTt fields J elpctoiates.- .an3i; who wif!" speak upon matter^- directly %-coni*riiii»g tlieir "His tnctv'witb ho "Wifo-rtaiii knowledge, and 7from ^practical experience. ' 'To these (iietl '-therefore^ must the crtlbnV lobk for efficieitt mining legislation, ritlid it- wiH .rest with thian, in a mfgbr meafiore, to-assist tlie Oovemtnent'to nOstore contfdcfice in our...
INTERCOLONIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] New South Wales. SYDNEY, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897
INTERCOLONIAL,; [by telegraph.] New South Wales. Sydney, July.15. Justice Mfthnjng,- yesterday, gaye,„a decision practically declaring the N«-w Soutii V\ ales .Laud Tax for 1896. to..lie invalid. July 16. Sir George O'Brien, the Governor; of Fiji, has taken up Ids duties as High Commissioner of the Western Pacific, July .23.. A Sydney unemployed was smit into the Purkes District at the expense of the Government, and, with others, found a gold claim, for which £14,000 and 600 shores in the company tu be formed have been offered. July 27. Sir George Dihks declares Air. lieid s remarks on the Defence Question are not worth twopence half-penny, and that Federation without New Z-aland or Querusland a'ia&lt;all bunkum."
BRITISH AND FOREIGN. GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897
BRITISH AND FOREIGN. I" -- \:GENEKAL NEWS. Lokdon, July 15. Some papyri have been discovered in the Libyan desert, in Africa. The manuscripts contain eijfbt sayings of Christ, some of which are wholly new. "Mr. Andrews, of the Cotton Spinners*'Association'hf Manchester, h«B'ohttfinecl,4r5O0 damages from Mr. Tfeiiry Lahburhere, the editor of *' Truth " for libel. Widespread distress iu the engin eering; trades of the United Kmgdofn is impending. Forty London firms .have agreed upon a lock ont. July 18. : M»ng Mer.elik, of Abyssinia, has ordered 20,000 soldiers to proceed aJitug. the Nile, to operate against the Dervishes. The London boilennakers have declared against participating in the strike of the Loudon amalgamated eugmeers. The Judicial Committee of tlie Privy Council have refused the ap plication of "Mrs. Carew, uow in the consular prisoh at Yokohama, con victed of murdering her husband, for leave to appeal against the decision oF the consular court which tried her case. Lady ...
TELEGRAMS. THE EASTERN TROUBLES. THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. PORTE REFUSES POWERS' RECOMMENDATIONS. [BY CABLE] LONDON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 6 August 1897
TELEGRAMS. ti-11 i>: L. 1 ■ .t.i Mf-r■r:i*r iiv*r;tir#h 3^i*} -«ri! »| 'TRE fSSTtM TROUBLES. THE ^EAPE „N£GQTJATIQX5. r PORTE REPOSES POSTERS' - • BECOMMKliDATIONS. [bi CABLE J Lovpoy. July 15. Einp Gewge. kiis , personally thxnked tbe Gar'fiir tW steps lie haS trfken- to expedite v the pemie negotiations. 5 '• July 18.> The Grand Vizier has informed "the Russian Ambassador that Turkey will evacuate Thessaly, when Kars and Batoain are restored to the Ottoman Empire. ' J nl'y 19. Although the Saltan lias accepted the ..principle of the eyacnatiou of Ttipssaly, his Minister of Foreign Affairs has submitted t«p thp embas sies an amended froutier. The em bassies have informed the Minister they, will prepare to re-open Jjegutia tions on the subject nf the froutier question, when the Sultan's accept ance in writing, of the Powers' terms, has been obtained. Owing , to repeated outrages in Crete, the Admirals threaten to bombard Cauea. . Marshal Djevad Pasha was, it has trauspired, ab...