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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

Notice of Application for a Gold-mining Lease. NOTICE is hereby given that I, the undersigned, hare this day made application nnder "The Goldfields Act,' 1895," and the Regulations, for ground known as the "Eastern No. 1," situated at Yandicoogina, containing six acres, com mencing at tie north cornpr peg of the " Eastern." which is the datum peg; thence 5| chains south-east, along the " Eastern " boundary, being the datum line ; thence 11 chains nnrlh-east; thence 5| chains north west ; thence 1L chains south-west to starting-point. Objections to this application must be lodged with the Mining Registrar, Bamboo Creek, within 30 days from date hereof. As witness my hand at Bamboo Creek this 6th day of August, 1897. DANIEL BREEN". Alteration of Regulation 130 (Transfers) nnder the Gold fields Act. Department of Mines, 1st July, 1897 HIS Excellency the Governor in Exe-! entire Council, under the pro visions conferred upon him by Section 99 of theGoldtields Act (59 Yict.. No. 40), lias...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL COURT. MARBLE BAR, AUGUST 4. (Before Mr. A[?] Ostlund, R.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

LOCAL COURT. M All RLE BAR, AUGUST 4. (Before Mr. AxAOsilund, R..M.) j P. McShprry v. Pilbarra Roads Board, ! claim for £10 for the cartage of four logs. 1 he plaintiff conducted his own case, whil&t Dr. H. \V. Nix appeared for the defendants. ' Patrick McSherry stated the claitn { ; was made for carting four logs of timber i to the J list—in—Time road. It took him j j two foil days with two five iiorse teams I j and he worked eighf hours each day. ' Tin; distance was about -I, miles. His usual charge for a five horse t> am p» r day w~as £2 10s. He experienced con— siderahle difficulty ov.-r the task, as two men wen- supposed to show him where the logs were. The place he went to was al.out 3J miles from Marble Bar. The arrangement about assistance from the two men was made by the roads hoard w ith him. hut lie could not find the men. He found one log was not cut. and consequently could not draw it away. No' know ing where the timber was hp had to return to Marble Bar. He ...

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COLONIAL RIFLEMEN AT HOME. July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

COLONIAL BIFLEMEN AT HOME. July 22. The competition for the Queen's , Prize at Bisley was concluded on Saturday, the prize being carried off hy Private Ward, of the First Bat talion of the Devonshire Regiment, with a score of 304 points. Bom bardier Carter, of Victoria, who made the highest score among the Australian competitors, came 17th in the list, with 254 points. The last of the Victorian and South Australian mounted rifles have sailed for Australia.

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WARDEN'S COURT. MARBLE BAR, AUGUST 5. (Before Mr. Axel Ostlund, Warden). [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

WARDEN'S COURT. MARBLE BAR, AUGUST 5. (Before Mr. Axel Ostlnnd, Warden). Patrick Clarence Woodcock sned Fred erick W. Shells, as manager for the Im perial West Australian Corporation Ltd. of Western Shaw, for the sum of £43 17s fid, being one-third share of instalment of a contract for driring a funnel on that com pany's property for 130ft. at the rate of 27s per foot, less 25 per cent. The hearing oF this case had been ad journed from the 29th Jn y. The plaintiff conducted his own case, whilst Mr F. W. Shells represented the defendants. Patrick Woodcock applied to have the plaint amended, so that he might add an amount for expanses. The Warden decided that the expenses should go with the verdict. Patrick Wood<-ot-k, plaintiff, stated he was a miner and was interested in a eon tract let by the Imperial Corporation for (lie driving of a tunnel on their property at Western .Shaw, It was a joint cnnfraet, signed hv three of them., Michael Molloy and Frederick Brown living th...

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THE COLONIAL PREMIERS AND THEIR SAYINGS. LONDON, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

THE COLONIAL PREMIERS AND THEIR SAYINGS. London, July 22. Mr. Seddon Assured a large meet ing of members of the Australian Chamber of Miues, that it is only over capitalisation that is operating agaiust the development of the min ing industry in New Zealand.

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MARITIME CATASTROPHE S.S. TASMANIA WRECKED. VESSEL TOTALLY LOST. [BY TELEGRAPH.] AUCKLAND, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

MARITIME CATASTROPHE S.S. TASMANIA WRECKED. VESSEL TOTALLY LOST. [by telegeafh.] Auckland, July 30. A painful sensation was created throughout the city this morning by the receipt of intelligence that the steamer Tasmania had been wrecked in Table 13ay, Mahia Peninsula, on the east coast of the North Island- The Tasmania, without the least warning, struck a rock with such force that her bows were store in and she began to fill rapidly. The catastrophe occurred at live minutes past eleven last night, there being a heavy sea and a dense fog at the time. The Tasmania left Sydney on Wed nesday, July 21, for New Zealand ports, and had discharged the passengi rs and cirgo, which she had brought for Auck land and Gisbnrne, and was 011 her way to Napier and Wellington, when the accident happened. Splendid order was maintained amongst the passengers and crew, and the i>oats were got out, although with great difficulty, owing to the sweeping wares which poured in upon the devoted steamer. ...

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THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. DOINGS OF PROMINENT AUSTRALIANS. [BY CABLE.] LONDON, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. DOINGS OF PROMINENT AUSTRALIANS. [bt cable.] London, July 22. The New Zealand contingent tnk iug part in the Queen's reign cele brations in England, lias embarked fur home. Sir lingh Nelson is to receive the freedom of the City of Kilmarnock. Sir John and Lady Forrest left London on Friday for Western Aus tralia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

NOTICE. THE Partnership hitherto existing be tween Alfred Hoyeb and Thomas "Waitkhs. trading as storekeepers, &c., at Kailsgine) lias been dissolved by mutual consent. All dpbts owing hy the late firm will be paid by Tlioiuas Wallers, and to whom all outstanding accounts must be paid forthwith. AhPEKD TioYER, Thomas Walters. Witness : Johk Eatch. Nullngine, July 16, 1897 Croldmining Beases. Department of Mines, 2Lst Judh, 1897. IT is hereby notified that, in accordance with the provisions of Seel ion 48 of "The Goldfields Act. 1895," His Excellency the Governor in Kxccutive Conncil, lias Ix-cn pleased to deal nilh I he following GoldminingLeases aud Applica tions therefor, as shown below. e. H- wrrrExooM, Minister for Mines. FORFEITURES. PILBARRA GOLDFIELDl Marble Bar. No, Name of Lease. Leaseholder. 169... Federation... Maryland, J. NuLLAQINB. 62c... Marquis ... Maher, W. H-&others JOHN POWER AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT, Xrenclad Hotel, Marble Bar. Sales conduct...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

-THE — Pilbarra Goldfield News. IbHiihwl emy FMtr at Marble Bar, in j die Klfaun GoldCeld. Ctelaiu atl tlx IitMt and most reliable information nwrrraiDg Mining in die Piiham Goldfield. iuladuj; the centre* of Marble Bar, Bamboo Creek, Nullaguie, Western Sbsir, North Shaw, Tam bourrab. North Pole, I aodrandicoogiu. Tours or fitiBHXimos is Amxcx: •a Sd per quarter; 13s half-year; £1 Sb year. AmratTiKixG Bates : ' 4s per inch per insertion; applications for pold-anaing leases, £1 4s for two inser- j iions. Safer for the insertion of adver tisements few -three months or a longer period may be had on application. Asms: Ernest H. James (Advertisement Agent), "Morning Herald " Office, Perth Watson A Geyer, Boebcmrne A- E. A. Haste, Bamboo Creek. Wilfred Jackson, "Western Shaw 5. P. Lynch, Nnllagine 6. Hedley, Condon By whom all subscriptions or advertise ment* for insertion in tins Pasuu Gofet»FiEt» News will be received. Leap Year Inn. Chablbs Bassbtt, Proprietor. OOD Accommodation for al...

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PORT HEDLAND NEWS. (BY TELEGRAPH). PORT HEDLAND, August 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

PORT IIEDLAND NEWS. (Br telegraph). (fbpm oub o\tk oohbf.kpondf.kt). Port Hkdland. August 5 The Government well is down as low as tin* men dniv go. there being indi cations of a suit strata. They purpose putting in a big drive. The weather is cold, theeasterly winds lieing very unpb-asnut. Mr. W. Dunsford's contract is in full swing. The Harriett and Kate have lately called in, whilst the Lady St. Albans is daily expected. The comitry between here and the DeGrey river is very dry, though the feed locally is splendid. Large numbers of the natives nt Wedge's station ore suffering from severe, attacks of influenza The general health at the port is good. An extra lineman is urgently requin-d at Boodarie, as should Mr. Efford have to go out on the line, that office would l>e closed, thus causing great incon venience to the public. August 9. The tinilier-boat Lady St. Albans, laden with lier second cargo for the jetty contractors, has arrived. The Croydon ailso called, and left Mr. S. ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Discharged from the Hospital.— Mr.'l bus. Rribb. a prospector wi-il kunvvi. ou this »tio has been for some six weeks past, seriously ill in the local hospital witli dysentery, was on Morula}' last discharged, leing now ou the high ruad to recovery. Mixing Expert fx Tour—Mr. Lyle. a mining expert who coiues to the Nor' West frmn Tasmania, arrived at, and left. Marl le Oar on Wednesday last, in company \\ith Mr. Walter Higgs, liound for Nullagine, where he will inspect several piop-rties with a view of ar ranging for their purcliase. Sprinting.— Three reputed runners named respi-etively McDonald. Coffyn. and Braithwaite are endeavouring to arrange matcln-s with P. J. Maln-r, a loi-al sprinter, to come oft" at an early date, and we are informed it is probable the negotiations, with that end in view, wiil prove successful. Nobth Shaw Mining.— TlieCremore battery at North Shaw resuim-d crush ing on Monday last. A quantity of stone from this mine is l«eiog pur. through ...

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FINANCIAL POSITION OF THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

FINANCIAL POSITION OF THE GOVERNMENT. STATEMENT BY MR. WITTENOOM. Regarding the recent disturbing rumours, anent the Bnauc-ial position of the Government, the Acting-Premier, Mr. E. H. Wittenoom, made a state ment yesterday in answer to a deputa tion from Freinantle, which sought to obtain a grant of money from the Gov ernment for local purpos»-s. Mr. WitteJioom, in the course of his reply, said be might tell them at the outset he could not entertain the idea of making any grants just now. (Sev eral voices: " We are not asking for them.") The Government were spend ing all the available revenue on loan works temporarily, otherwise these works would have to be stopped, which was not advisable. They had had hope ful information from London, as regards the loan market. The position of the Government was sound, and it was not desirable that that position should be shaken. They did not owe a single penny to any one of the banks in West Australia, and they had plenty ol cash in hand, and w...

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INTER-PROVINCIAL. [BY TElEGRAPH.] PERTH, July 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

INTERr-PROVINCIAIi. [b* telegraph .J Perth, July 29. A. A. tfcrtolJ, late cashier at Uool gnrdie Post Office, lias been committed for trial on charges of enilv-zzlemenf, and of tbe forgery of l>auk deposit re ceipts. The amount of his defalcations are stated to lie £6 365 16s 5d. Joseph Moitland was run over by a train at Cottesloe railway station, late on Monday night, and died from the effects of bis injuries shortly after ad mission to the Fremantle hospital. The death of BasSil Porter, formerly Secretary o£ the Weld Club, is an nounced. July 30. Had] a Moola Miriou, high priest of Western Australia of the Mahounm-dans died in Coolgardie on Wtduesday, aged 99 years.

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INTERCOLONIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] New South Wales. SYDNEY, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

INTERCOLONIAL. [bv telegraph.] 2STew South Wales. SYDNEY, .Tilly 27. The Government are greatly surprised to learn that the United States has made a request to the British Govern ment to he reimbursed for the expendi ture incurred in connection with the ex tradition ot Butler, the Glenhrook mur derer. If the American Government had claimed a moderate amount, little would have lieen said al>out the matter, hut the account submitted is so large as to astonish even the legal mind of Attorney-General Want, who, speaking upon the subject to-day, said that a r»-cent minute from the Imperial Colonial Office prevented the colony from apply ing direct to foreign countries for the extradition of criminals, und the whole of the proceedings in this case had been taken over by the British Government. Local expenses in conntxdion with the Butler case were small, hut it is believed a big demand has l-een made upon the Government by the United States, though at present they were unable to state ...

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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

GENEttAL NEWS. London, July 22. The Indian Couucil has passed a Cantonment Bill, restoring the powers of medical inspection, which were in operation prior to the repeal of the Contagious Diseases' Act. When speaking at Port Sunlight, the Premier of New South Wales stated he had staked his political fortuues in.- order to induce New South Wales to extend the policy which had made England great. The new mail arrangements be tween England and Australia re quire that mail steamers should sail from Albany on Snudays. The trial is proceeding, at Bom bay, of several of the editois of | native newspapers at Poona, who | are charged with inciting the native population to sedition. Lord Charles Beresford in a letter to the press, says he feels sure thp colonies will do their part towards imperial defence, and hopes to see. the day wheu-fche colonies will have a Voice in directing the policy of the Empire. Mr. Kingston, speakiug in Dubliu ■ on Thursday, said the Australians did not believe in ...

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South Australia. ADELAIDE, July 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

South. Australia. Adelaide, July 29. Burglars liave raided the residence of the Acting Chief Justice of South Aus tralia. The eldest son of the Govrrnor of Tasmania is lying ill in an Adelaide pii»a e hospital, suBering from scarlet fever. A Urge deputation of gardeners from round ulout Adelaide, yesterday asked the South Australian Minister of Agri culture to abolish the existing regula tions with regard to the cod 1 in moth. The Minister referred the matter to the Agricultural Bureau. Lyda Pound committed suicide in the Parkside Lunatic Asylum yesterday, by drinking spirits of wine.

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Victoria. MELBOURNE, July 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

Victoria. Melbourne. July 29. Lord Brassey gave evidence yesterday tafore the: Commission appointed in Victoria, to inquire into the question of old age pensions. The Victorian gold yield for the first half of the present year was 359,467 oz. being a falling off of 53,190 oz. compared with the first half of 1896. Charles John Hall, a Victorian foot halter, is l»eing re-tried at Castleniaiue for the supposed murder of his wife, six months ago. The dead body of a newly-born infant «'a> found in one of the streets of North Meltaurue yesterday. The annual report and balance sheet of the Victorian Racing Club was issued to-day. and discloses a flourishing con dition of affairs. Baring the. last year the money addtd to stakes given away, was increased by £4,473 as compared with the previous twelve months, yet the financial position of the club had improved to the ext.nt of £678. The credit balance in the tank now amoun ted to £4.052, but this belongs to the season of 1898. A profit of ...

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SOUTH AFRICAN AFFAIRS. TRANSVAAL RAID. LONDON, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

South African Affairs. TRANSVAAL RAID. Lohdon, July 26. Speaking in the House of Com mons ou Monday, Mr. Henry Tjabonchere bitterly attacked Mr. Cecil Rhodes, for the part which he had played iu connection with the Jameson Raid, and accused him of having violated the oath «hich he bad taken as .a Privy Councillor. Mr. Laboucbere also regretted the Raid Committee had not probed to the bottom the relations that existed between Mr. Rhodes and the Col onial Office prior to the raid. Sir William Harcourt expressed his firm conviction that Mr. Cham berlain had no knowledge of the in tended raid. Mr. Chamberlain, referring to the part which Mr. Rhodes bad played in the Jameson episode, said the fanlts of which Mr. Rhodes had Iteeu guilty, . were the fanlts of great statesmen, and that his personal character, as a man of honor, was unaffected by the inquiry. Mr. Chamberlain also stated it was not intended to deprive Mr. Rhodes of his PrivyConncillorsbip nor to abolish the Charter of the Sou...

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TELEGRAMS. THE EASTERN TROUBLES. THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. LONDON, July 22. [BY CABLE] [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

TELEGRAMS. The Eastern Troubles. THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. London, July 22. Contrary to tbe advice of the Powers, tlie Sultan has despatched Djevad Pasha, ex-Prime Minister of Turkey, to direct the Tarkish forces in Crete. The Admirals have warned Djevad Pasha, the new Tarkish cotiitnauder ©f Moslem forces in Crete, that they will not permit auy iutrigue. Germany is demanding that direct international control be established over the Greek revenue, which shonld be assigned the Powers, if they guarantee the interest on the Greek debt and Turkish war indemnity. August 3. Fonr hundred Welsh -fusiliers have: sailed for Crete.

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THE POSITION OF THE MINING INDUSTRY. [TO THE EDITOR] [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897

THE POSITION OF THE MINING INDUSTRY. [to the editob] Sib,—Among the causes aligned for the closing down of ct-riaiii mines 011 PiHiarra Goldfields, the foremost of all is want of capital. Now, there has been a large exp> nditui*'* in connection with mining properties, hut none of the latter haw; been so managed, that there could l.-e any prospects of them pioving per nianeiit. tlie only part of tin- piograniiiie that was based upon business principles. b, ill" that of flotation, and the means of securing tlieit success by plucing upon the mine*, so floated, tlic lut>-st gold\-n\ing machinery to treat the ore raised, has lteen neglected. The provision ot ap pliances to make low grade ore pay means the establishment, »}e>n a firm basis, of the industry. Tlie finest screens used iii this district are, I believe, two hundred and eighty meshes to ihe square inch, whilst, at Coolgaidie, Kalgooilie, and the Seahronk ha tt- l ies, the. scieens used wi'h such great success are 9C0 a...

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