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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897
Hotlce. Important Sale of Tinofc Debts and the chanrc of all Cattle (unsold) running] in the UnJlnyine Distriet at time of sale. CJ P- LYXCFf will sell l.y P.ihlie Auction, on SaTUHDAY. AUG. 21st, at 4 p ut-, at his Office, Nultajjine— AU BOOK: DEBTS and UNSOLD CATTLE in the Estate of James j Quinn, late of Kullagiuei 1
BRITISH AND FOREIGN, REVOLT IN INDIA. LONDON, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897
BRITISH AND FOREIGN, KEVOLT IN INDIA. London, July 27. j^ebeiuons Chitralese attacked the British ramp At Malaknud Pass, on the North-West frontier of India. The tribesmen succeeded in killing Lient. Mauley* -and in wonuding four Biitish officers. The British camp at Malakt>nd Was attacked by 3COO uien. The -whole of the fswat Valley is in open rebellion. The attack was repulsed, bat as the tribesmen are contem plating a fresh onslaught, reinforce ments have been seut to the Front. July 28. Colonel Meikeljohn, ill command of the British camp at Malakimd, on the North-West frontier of India, -which w«s-t»ceut4y -attacked- by the Chitralese, reportB he is able to repel any attacks of the tribesmen aud in tends- to assume an offensive rule, when reinforcements arrive. August 2. The British ramp at Malakund Pass, on the North West frontier of India, is bring subjected to nightly attacks by the Chitralese. In the day time parties .from the hills harass the garrison tents north of Mala...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 13 August 1897
A MIRACLE IN SYDNEY. CASE INVESTIGATED BY A SCORE OF PEOPLE. AND VOUCHED FOR BY A PROMINENT MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT LOCOMOTOR ATAXIA, LONG CONSIDERED INCURABLE BY THE FIRST PHYSICIANS OF THE WORLD, HAS AT LAST BEEN CONQUERED. A GREAT VICTORY FOR DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS. (From tl»e "Australian Woikman.") On Thursday afternoon our ivpresenfn tive made his way t«» the humble home of Mr. Thomas .larvis, 45, Crown-lane, Ultimo. He was di-rovered nursing a two year-old baby. and his face declared liim to l»e one of the happiest nn-n in Sydney. He was up and nitoul, ni.d able to Huswer the knock at the door. Although pale and bearing still the luarks of a cri ieal illness, it was very clear that he was an iuralid on the rapid road to conva lescence. In reply to the preliminary questions, he said : " You want to know all altouf my case ? Well, I am glad of an opportunity lo tell you. The f-.ds may he of value to those stru-keu ns 1 was." "How long were you suffering?" " Well, twelve months ag...
BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897
BETTING. In (he latest betting, Blitz is qnoted at .4 to 1; Insurance and Tagns at 6 to 1; : His Grace at 7 to 1, and Buzzi, Zouroff, and others at from 10 to 1. The following doubles on the Grand National Hurdle and Steeplechase were laid tliis week bj " Oxenliam " and " The Count"—500 to 10 each lluezi and Hny - seed. Buzzi and Britonmarte,' Figaro and M on 1 rose, Tagns and Dondi, Insurance and Montrose. Insurance and Timoni, Blitz and Vigil, and Lhtz and Cediic. 1000 to SO Nora Creina and Confidence. For the Melbourne Cup 1000 to 7o was laid against Anruoi, and 400 to UK) against - the same colt for a place for the Caulfirid Cap. 1000 to 1 was taken,nbout Home spun, and 1000 to 25 about Tapioca. .Augn st 6. There was a fair amount of wagering to day orer the Hurdle Hacr, Blitz continuing favourite at 4 to I, no business being done ' at the price. Insurance was well lucked st 6 to 1, and at the close 5 to 1 was the best price offered- Tagns and His Grace were backed at 7 to 2. Bu...
THE NULLAGINE RACE MEETING. FINAL DAY. August 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897
THE NUIAAGINE BACE MEETING. PINAIi DAY. (fbok oce owh ooekespokdekt). Aujrust 14. It Is seldom a first year (dab can boast 'of such success as has lx-eu attained at Hullagine. The local club has -paid away £392 in stakes, found and uisrkt d out one of the best coarsts in the Kortb West, and is still able to carry over a balance of abcnt £130 to make next years" meeting even a gn-ater success than this has lieen. Subscriptions to ■the amount of 113 guineas have already been promised for the next racing season. Taking it on the «hole, the raring »vas Very'good, and the close finishes plainly showed that the genial handlespp&lt;-r. Mr. 7 bos. Walters did his work v.-ry well. One unpleasant incident occurred, how ever, and this was when the stewards were obliged to hold an inquiry into the riding of Bijou in the Couglutnerate Handicap. 'J he result of their inquiry was that.W. Henry, the jock«-y, wBs disqualified for six months for suspicious practices, and there were not many p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897
Alteration vf Regulation 98 and Schedule 22 (Quarterly Returns) nnder the Gold fields Act. Department of Vines, Perth. 22nd July- 1897. HIS Exccllc ncy the Governor in Executive Council, under tlie powers conferred upon liim by Section 99 of "The Goldlieids let, 1895" (59 Vic., No- 40), lias licen pleased to repeal Herniation 98 and Schedule 22, and to substitute the following Herniation and Srhedule in lieu thereof; to be in force from 1st August, 1897. E. H. WITTENOOM, Minister for Mines. Begclation 98. The holder of a Lease shall, within 14 days after crushing or otherwise treating any ore or auriferous earth raised from such Lease, furnish the Statist of the Department of Mines, at Perth, with a statement containing the information re quired by the form in tlie Schedule No. 22 hereto annexed. Provided always, that where such ore or auriferous earth shall l>e crushed or treated at any works not erected on such Lease, such statement shall be furnished within 14 days after the h...
THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. [BY CABLE. COLONIAL RIFLEMEN AT HOME. LONDON, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897
IjHE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. [by cablk.] COLONIAL BIFLEMEN AT HOME. London, An^ust. 2. The New South Wales troops now in England wi-re entertained at a banquet in London on Thursday. . When speak ing at this banquet, Mr. Broderick, Par liamentary Secretary to the War Office, mentioned that Mr. Chamlierlain would shortly announce a proposal for effecting an interchange of regular colonial troops. Under this system colonial detachments will vi>it England, whilst detach ment > of the regular army will replace them temporarily in the colonies. August 3. The officers of the colonial troops have thanked Mr. Chamberlain for the op portunity afforded theui to participate in the record reign celebrations, and declare all ranks are thoroughly delight ed with their vi-.it and with the historic sights which they have seen. The trip will be cherishtd as one of their most pleasant memories. j
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897
LOCAL AND GENERAL. The Opening of Parliament.—Par liament w as ojiencd on Tuesday last. f»lr. Walter Kitigsmill, B. A , member for Miis constituency, moving the Address iu Reply. Western Shaw Main Road—The party engaged under the supervision of the Works Com mil te&lt;* of the Pilharra Roads Board upon the construction of the road to Xorth Shaw have now j reached* wiihin twelve miles of their j d»-st ination. ! Balla Balla Causeway.—Tendei-s j are invited for the construe'.i&lt;m of tin* \ Balla Balla Causeway embankment, and | are to be mkn ived at the Public Works office by tin* 14th September. The conditions, specifications, et*-., may he i seen at the Water Supply office, Marble Bar. Labgf. Shark at Condon.— Mild «*x | citemejit was caused at Condon _yestcr dav by the presence of a shark, ten feet in length-in the creek. Five attempts w re made to hook the monster, but each time the hook was broken, in one in stance not until the l»oat from which the effort at ca...
ANARCHISTIC OUTRAGE IN SPAIN. THE SPANISH PREMIER ASSASSINATED. [BY TELEGRAPH.] LONDON, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897
ANARCHISTIC OUTRAGE IN SPAIN. THE SPANISH PREMIER ASSASSINATED. [by teleg&afh.J Loxdox, August 8. A terrible tragedy occurred yesterday Resulting in the death of the Spanish Premier, Sennr Cauovas Del Castillo. It apjiears a Neapolitan named Riualdi, alias Gulli, visited the Laths at Santafe gueda, simultaneously with the Premier and his wife. While Seuor. Cauovas was reading in the gallery. Riualdi ap proached and (ired three revolver shots at liiui, all of them faking eifect. One hullet passed through the Premier's body, whilst the other two lodged in his head, and Rinaidi's victim fell forward at his wife's feet, exclaiming as he fell, u Ordered to l»e my dying hour." His last words were " Lorn; live Spain." Riualdi declares the deed to 1 e a just act of vengeance, and the outcome of a vast Anarchist conspiracy. The police arrested the assassin, and narrowly prevented hint from Leing lynched by the infuriated populace, whose indignation was intense. 'I he Goveriuiientdisc...
MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897
MINING. I'lLBAUilA GOLDFIELD. Holders of gold mining leases must within fourteen days after the conclusion of a crushing, furnish the statist of the Department of Mines, Perth. by tele graph which may he done free of cost, the names of the mines, nffi.-ial numbers of the leases, name of gnhUield and dis trict, quantity of ore treated, yield and value of gold per ounce. In future no application for the for feiture of a lease or claim will he received at a Warden's office, unless accompanied by a di-jK)sit of £25 as security for costs etc. Should an application be made under these conditions, and disallowed, a \Yarrh-ji mav, if lie think tit, award the defendant in addition to costs, a sum not exceeding £,50 as compensation for his loss of time and expenses iu con- . uectiou with the matter. : According to tin; Milling Journal,' the Secretary of tlie Mine Manager's Association addressed a letter to the Minister of Mines oil the subjecL of the responsibility of mine managers for the wa...
GO[?]DFIELDS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. [BY TELEGRAPH.] LONDON, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897
GO^DFIRLDS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. [By Telegraph.] London, Jcly 30. The Canadian Government has deeided to reserve every alternate alluvial claim on the Yukon river, British Columbia, on behalE of the public reveuue. August 3. The imposition of royalties upon gold obtained from the Klondyke mines is strongly resented by the miners, and trouble is expected on the 6elds in the spring. The Canadian police are preventing prospectors from proceeding to tin- gold tiold, unless they are supplied with at least twelve months provisions. :f August 10. The Canadian Governnn nt intend to reduce many of the claims on Klondyke Goldtield to one-fifth their present size. August 12. The United States Government has issm-d a warning respecting the diffi culties and dangers attending gold seeking in British Columbia.
MARBLE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897
MARBLE BAR. A pare* 1 of 20 tons from Farrington's ! claim wse, on Saturday last, cleaned up ; for a return of nearly 2 ezs. per ton. j On Tuesday morning last a represent:!- j tive of this journal paid a vUif to Far | ringtail's claim, situated some six miles j from Marble liar, and winch may he reached via a recently opi ned up track that leaves the main Western Shaw road about two miles the other side of Big Hill. 1'lie claim is near the summit of a hill, some 300 ft in height, and a very ingenious contrivance has li-on utilised i for the purpose of bringing the stone down to the valley where it may he | loaded. Itopes have heen stivteh'-d from the bottom of the valley to the claim and along these the hide hags glide. By this means it is possible to shift a large quantity of ore in a day, whilst the labour involved is but small. The country surrounding the claim is very rugg.-d and hilly, and with the exception of spiuifex, practically destitute of vegetation. Tin; river Coongait...
INTER-PROVINCIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PERTH, August. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897
INTER-PROVINCIAL. [bv telegraph .] Perth, Au&lt;nist 2. A rich find has Ix-eu made in the Qae>-ii of the Earth mine at Wrilla. The barque Sydney arrived at Fre uiantlc from Fredvrickstadt, on Thurs day night, and her captain reports hav ing had a peculiar experience in latitude 41J deg. south, and longitude *lk d>-g. eusr. A rumbling noise was heai-d from the bottom of the ooan.and iiuuied lately after the vessel shook from stem to stern, "lhe captain.is'of opiuiun that his ship passed over a volcanic disturliance Edwin Dohm-y, lately employid by Dauhy J* Butler, committed suicide in a Hay-st. west boarding house, oil Sat urday liy cutting his throat. At an in quest lield on rite body later in the day a verdict of suicide while temporarily insane, was returned. Mr. F. S. Brock man of the Survey Department, estimates there are, in the southern districts, about twenty thou sand acres of land capable of producing fifty thousand tons of potatoes per annum, worth at least £...
TAMBOURRAH. August 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897
TAMBOURIIAH. (FBOSI OPE OWN COEnrspiX'DKNT.l August 11. JJnring &lt;11'* past two weeks two changes have been made in ilie owner-j skip of claims hero. Tlie Western Chief, j hotter known as Barnes' P.A., has l.een j disposed of to a Mr. Forbps. who is now &lt; engaged in sinking a vertical shaft about ! 100 feet north of the first shaft, with a • view of rutting the reef at a depth of ; from forty to fifty feet. The pi ice paid J for the ground has not transpired hut it 1 is good to see strangers coming amongst J us to speculate. Sir. Burns has also j parted with his interest in the King to j Mr. W. Lordern, and then- is evidence ' of new energy being introduced in the j working of this undoubtedly valuable, j property. j On Messrs. Burton & Bligh's lately j discovered reef, north of the World's J Fair, two men are engaged in raising ! a good sample of milling ore, while four I men on the Ku-hmatter are rapidly in- I creasing the heaps of stone at grass, I Th...
BAMBOO CREEK. August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897
BAMBOO CREEK. (feom ova owx coEKKFroxD^xr.) August 17. Bamboo Que ex.— Crosscutriug has I been commenced at lOOtt. A reef 2ft. , wide was passed through cuirying gold ; freely. Crosscuiting was continued and I about 20ft.. of formation has been gone , through showing gold in places. Mr. , Parker intends, after getting through I this formation, to commence driving on j the reef and then to raise stone for the | battery. ! The Bonny Doon. — A tunnel lias j been driven from the side of the hill in- J to an immense outcrop of quartz. After I driving ahout 90ft., geld was struck in the reef. The tunnel has now keen 'driven 16ft into the reef without strik j ing the foolwall. At the 85ft le^el ; driving is heing continued westward, j 'j and a reef ahout 5ft. wide has been j : struck which is highly inmeiali^ed, and i it is estimated, will average one ounce- j of gold per ton. The Caledonian.—Driving is being continued on the reef which is ahout ht wide and gold hearing. , Since inv hist r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897
* If O 5? I c 2. A XV person or persons found mnster —' i- :ti2 or r.-2ifnvi»;r S fOCK from the li«.y IIill ru;!s. wi;wriiien permission from the undersigned, tvili be pi o.-ecuu ti according lo law. J. S. MACKAY. lioy Hill Station. July IStli. S. Tiniall and C:. BOOK-KEEPERS AKD AUDITORS. Accounts Collected. Commissions Executed. Francis Street MARBXtE BAB P. CORBETT, BUTCHER, Kortlx @baw. P1 >EOSPECTORS and OUTCAMPS supplied with CLoice CORNED MEAT in any quantity. 3G E. S. Wigg & Son HAY STREET. PERTH. JVew Rook# Standard Books The Latest Fiction Hie Tartest eollection in W.A. Special Colonial Libraries of all the best Works, at 2/d and 3/ti. Write to us for any book yon want. STATIONERY oF every deseription — Commercial, Household, and Fancy. Printing and Bookbinding ai reasonable rates. Artists' Mstrrials for Oil and Water Color Painting. BIRTHDAY CARDS. WEDDING CARDS. BALL PROGRAMMES. All the best Periodicals and Magaetnes. Write for prire-list. We send jwst free ou...