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INTERCOLONIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] New South Wales. SYDNEY, August 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

INTERCOLONIAL. [by telegraph.] Hew South Wales. Sydney, August 21. News of the Norwegian barque Sala don, which left Newcastle on July 13, 1896, hound for Honolulu, has just been received from the South Seas. The harque was wrecked, nnd thirteen of the crew managed to reach an island after a very trying voyage. The captain died, the chief mate was drowm-d, whilst the carpenter afterwards succumbed from the effects of exposure. During a cinderella dance at Orange on Friday night, Mrs. W. L. King, while dancing a wuUz. suddenly dropped dead. The deceased was the wife of the local, police magistrate, and the partner with whom she was dancing was so awe-stricken that he fainb-d. and had t<» be conveyed home. The ball was at once stopped. Mrs. King was the chief: promoter of dances which were held in aid of the Church of England funds, and it was at one of these gatherings that her death occurred. August 23. It is reported that no less than 1,000 men are nut of employment in S...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN. GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

BRITISH AND FOREIGN. GENERAL NEWS. London, August 3 7. From enquiries made by Messrs. Weddel & Co., Australian produce merchants, regaiding the two cases of ptomaine poisoning which occurred at Lichfield the other day, alter, it was stated, the victims hail partaken of Australian frozen meat, it appears the rapid putrefactiou of the meat was due to the foul surroundin<rs in which it was placed after being cooked. On Mouday last a gnu burst on board the crusier Champion, wouud iny one of the officers aud seven of the crew. Sir Wilfred Lainier has been pre sented with the medal of the Cohdeu Club for his services to free-trade. The Belgian Autarctic expedition, under Lieuteuant Gerlache, sailed from the Scheldt on Mouday. A fatal case of Asiatic cholera is reported from Bethnal Green. General Albertone has abandoned his claim to fight a duel with Prince Henry of Orleans. The death is annonncid of Sir William Jervois, formerly Governor of South Australia, and more re...

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INTER-PROVINCIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PERTH, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

INTER-PROVINCIAL. [bi telf.gbaph.] Pkkth. August 17. Y««terday afternoon Detective Con nelly left Perth for the Eastern cnlouh-s, for the purpose of bringing hack the American salesman Edwards, whose examination in the Insolvency Court is not considered satisfactory. The Acting-Premier entertained a large company at a conversazione last night. The greater part of the gentlemen present were meinlie.rs of Parliament, and the function proved highly sue cessful. The ten J era of Messrs. Smith and Timnis for the construction of the Kalgoorlie-Menzies railway line and of that from York to Greenhills were accepted yesterday. The aumuut iu the former case was £137,651, that in the' latter being £32,879. August 23. Mr. Alfred Hancock, recently manager of the Ivauhoo <)onsoIs mine at Great Boulder, was found dead on Saturday, with his ht-ad blown almost completely off, Suicide ic suspected.

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Tasmania. HOBART, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

Tasmania. Hobabt, August 23. The Hobart Legislative Council have struck the name of God out of the Commonwealth Bill.

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TELEGRAMS. THE EASTERN TROUBLES. THE ATHENIANS URGE A GENERAL CALL TO ARMS. DYNAMITE EXPLOSION IN CONSTANTINOPLE. [BY CABLE] LONDON, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

TELEGRAMS. The Eastern Troubles. THE ATHENIANS URGE A GENERAL CALL TO ARMS. DYNAMITE EXPLOSION IN CONSTANTINOPLE. [by ciblk] London, August 17. Three thousand Athenians have nrged a general call to arms and the resumption of the war against Tur key nnder the personal leadership of the King. Owing to the state of anarchy pre vailing in Kurdistan, the Turkish Government is mobolising troops iu the eastern villayets. The British Government has op posed the withdrawal of Tnrkish troops from Thessaly by instalments, believing snob plan won)d indefinitely postpone the evacuation. Lord Salisbury is insisting that the evacuation of Thessaly by the Turkish troops is not contingent upon the payment of the iudemuity, and a deadlock has resulted. At Constantinople on Wednesday last a bomb was thrown in front of the police station in the suburb of Pera, wh'lst a dynamite explosion also ocearred in the vicinity of the residence of the Grand Vizier. An Armenian was arrested whilst in the act of li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

JTotice. TTT taherpby notified, for general infor X atttioiw tbt at future Sales by Auction of Goldfields Town Late no valaa *31 1* allowed for improvements 1 effected on unregistered town lots. GEO. THBOSSELL. Commissioner of Crown Lands. REGULATION 102a. , * v ,;>_e : Secority for Ckets on Appli catfwiB lor Forfettnre ofj Ctold-mlnixigl^ea&es, Ac. Department of Mines, fat July, 1897. IB Excellency die Governor in Executive Council, under tlie powers conferred updo him by Section 09 of the Gojflfields Act (59 Vic„ No. 411), has been pleased to mate a new Begula- ■! tion, No. 102*., as hereunder set forth, to j come into force'on the 1st of August , next. E- H- WITTKNGOM, Minister for Mines. 1. No application for forfeiture of a i leaae or chum or authorised holding shall' he • received or entertained unless ac pompapied by ,a dqaorit of £35 as a seeority j^fr paytnenC oFtbetees of Court, and such casta and amends aa may be awarded 'on the hearing of the 'application to b...

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TWELVE MONTHS OF TORTURE. A CHIEF STEWARDS STRANGE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

TWELVE MONTHS OF TORTURE. A CHIEF STEWARDS STRANGE 6 TORY. That section of unfortunate humanity who li&ve experienci-d and still exjpm tfflce the tortures of sciatica and rheu matism will profoundly interested in tlii' story of Chief Steward Ernest Buck hold. of the as. Menmiiir {Ristrn and Australian Sb-a-»s!iip Company). Mr. Ikcklmld is - now in his 51st ye.-ir. and woe horn at IJtmihnri* Germany. He lias la-en seafaring for 32 pars ; is w«4l known in Sydney, and has leen a householder ait AsliS -ld and Borwo»d f<* 14 years. ' His connection wjrh the E. and A-S 8. Company extnids over JO years, and He has during that time hern trading China, Japan, and; Australian par's. His case hning attndid tnndi attention, and caused'; cntttidexaldn cowst&it in iocaT^jijping' circles, a press representative called| upon Mr. Buckhold, at 226 Geoi^v-st., Sydney. The chief steward really volunt«-ered to recite the circumstances of his case, and Mrs. Buckhold. who w as p...

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AFRICAN AFFAIRS. SOUTH AFRICA. LONDON, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

African Affairs. SOUTH AFRICA. London, AaRii&t 17. President Kruger is opposed to the abolition of the dyuaiuite mono poly aB reeommeuded by the Traus vaat industrial Commission.

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COOLGARDIE RACES. GOOLGARDIE, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

COOLGAK0IB HACKS. Ooolgibdir, Aumist 23. The fo1lnvrtn£ were (he results of I he ■bore nnvung: — SlOOSD HrUJLES. Dumnrlrii ... ... I First B"lt " 5! Wild W«*e — ... 3 Selusq Back. Gertnaihe 1 War Dance ... ... 2 1 fiatty ... 3 Goouoabdib Cup. i Le Var ~ I i Paul I»iy 2 filu-kroud ... — 3 j JiADrBs* Bkacex.it. ! Sea Nymph 1 j Tale Shock ... ... 2 I Sangur . ... -. 3 Dimmer Hxxstae. Hie Golden King — ... 1 Flight ... ... 2 Wild B«so — — 3 Fitmu Handicap. Yale Ijnrk — — 1 Swuhinwcen. 2 Scarpia — — 3

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THE SITUATION IN INDIA. FIGHTING ON THE FRONTIER. TROOPS CONCENTRATING. LONDON, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

The Situation in India. FIGHTING ON THE FRONTIER. TROOPS CONCENTRATING. London, Augnst 17. The Atneer of Afghanistan has issued a firmau forbidding his sub jects fto in joining any seditious movements on the Indian frontier. Doubts are eutertained as to the Ameer's good faith. It has transpired that the Ameer's censure of the Governor of Jellhabad for permitting Afghans withiu his jurisdiction to participate in the revolutionary movemeut on the Indian frontier was administered be fore Lord Elgin's remonstrance was received. The European agent of the Ameer of Afghanistan declares his master whs never more frieudly towards the British Government than at present. General Sir Bindon Blood fonglit 3,000 Swntis on the north-west frontier of India, two officers being killed. The whole of the frontier in therieighbourhood of Peshawar is in a: state of nnrest. Latbb. At the recent battle of Landaki between the Anglo-Indian forces under General Sir Bindon Blood and the Swatis, the latter lost...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 September 1897

TEMPLAR BROS. (Of Perth), General . . . . .Contractors Templar pros., Laving a large quantity of the '*est material unci appliances 011 hand at MaiMc Bur, un prepared to undertake ail kinds of Building Work, After the BEST STYLE and l.y FIRSTCLASS TRADESMEN. BDILEHS BUILT IN. Estimates given for all classes of work. H. T. TEMPLAR, Mar Me Bar. E. S. Wigg & Son HAY STREET. PERTH. Jfetv Boohs Standard Books The Latest Fiction The Inigcst collection in SV-A Special L'ul'tniiil Libraries- of all the best \Vork>, at H/o and A/6. Write to us for any book you want. STATIONERY of every dexcripLion Coniiucreial, Household, uud Fjiu'J. Printing and Bo<k mnimg at reasonable rateB. Artists' Materials for Oil and Water Color Painting. BIRTHDAY CARDS. WEDDING CARDS. BALL PROGRAMMES. All the best Periodu-als nnd Magazines Write for price-list. We send jtosl free our Ui--no.ithly List «>f NEW BOOKS AND LITERARY GOSSIP. This will be found very Valuable and Interesting. Send y...

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THE RECENT POISONING CASE. CORONIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

THE RECENT POISONING CASE. CORONIAL INQUIRY. An inquest was held at C-orunna Downs Station, on Friday la>t by Mr. Asel Osilund, Coroner, and a jury of three, comprising, Frederick Guerin, Waller Higgs, and Llewellyn Paiker, upon the I bodies of the four al*>rigiu*ls, Ciieewoug alias Freddie, \ajebung alias Dinah. Oootamurra alias George, and Knubung alias Sally, who met their deaths through eating of poisoned honey on the preceding Saturday The coroner and jury had viewed the disinterred bodies of the deceaseds on Thursday and the inquiry was resumed on the following day. Constable Shekleton being in attendance on behalf of the police. George Dudley Drake Brockman stated that on Saturday the 28th insi., lie <i|>eiied an old kerosene tin which had contained honey, and had been used to poison ants in After doing so he went into the house to obtain a tile. He was away under ten minutes and when he re urned loihe forge with Mr- Linioit lie saw the naiive George at th...

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RHEUMATIC GOUT — A MASTER MARINER'S ESCAPE. (Shield's "Daily News.") [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

RHEUMATIC GOUT — A MASTER MARINER'S ESCAPE. (Shield's u Daily News.") Case of Capt. Holland, master mariner Dockwray Bank, East HoNmrn. South Shields. Exposure to the weather had so crippled hiin that be was totally in capacitated for active exertion by rheu mntism and rheumatic gout, from which he had suffered for nearly ninp years Three doctors had treated him without effect. He suffered daily the most agonising pains in limits and Itodv. There was considerable swelling of the joints, and altogether he had a most miserable time. Happening to come acroGBjiu article in a newspaper describ ing the cnre of a similar case by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, he resorted to the same means as a last hope of recovery. Asked the result of his proceeding, he said. " I took one l>ox of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and felt great relief; I per Revered, taking three pills after each inenl. nnd now I am healthy and string again. I have only heen visited with the pain once since taking the pills, and thi...

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PRESIDENT FAURE VISITS THE CZAR. LONDON, August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

PRESIDENT FAURE VISITS THE CZAR. Jjondon, Aagrast 24. President Felix Faures visit to Russia is to be celebrated throughout the Empire, and immense preparatinis are >»emg made for his reception at St. Petersburg. The President of the French Republic met with a most enthusiastic reception at Cronstadt. The Czar's welcome to the French President is described as being un paralleled, far exceeding tbnt extended to the Emperor William on his recent visit to Russia. August 27. The Czar of Russia declared that the French President's visit creates a fr»«h loud between two friendly and allied powers, equally resolved to maintain peace. During President Faure's 6tay in Russia there have been large distribu tions of honors by the Czar nranni; French officers, and by the French President to Russian officers and cour tiers. Augnst 29. The French newspapers are frenzied with delight at the reception extended to the Pnfiident of the Republic at St. Petersburg. The Radical newspapers of Pane are...

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EEDERAL DELEGATES NOMINATED. August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

EEDEBAL DELEGATES NOMI NATED. Amiust 24. Yeaterday Me*.«rs. H. Briggs, M-L-C. ; A. H. Henning, M-L.C.: F. T. Crowder, M.L.C.; H- W. Venn, M-L A.; were nomi nated as candidates for the federal dele gation.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. PERTH, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Perth, August 25. Hie Commonwealth Sill was Inker through Committee in the Legislative Council yesterday.

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LICENSING COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1897. (Before Mr. Axel Ostlund, R.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

1 LICENSING COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1897. (Before Mr. Axel Ostlund. R.M.) Frnnk Prentice applied for a wayside house liens*- at Woodstock Station. He ha J a building containing six private rooms, and had lately considerably im proved the premises. ■ Granted. Lewin J. Cooke, on behalf of Samuel Green, applied for a wayside bouse license at North Shaw. The applicant stated Green was in town, and the hearing of the application was adjourned till 2 o'clock to allow of him appearing in person. On resuming, Samne! Green produced a plan of the building he had erected.' The stable accommodation was not yet completed, but that and the kitchen and outhouses would «»e put up on his return. An objection was made to the grant ing of another license at North Sliaw hy Sergeant. McCarthy, who stated that j there was already one licensed house at that place, and the population was very small. ' The license was granted on condition that the buildings mentioned in appli cant's evidence be complete...

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PARLIAMENT. (BY TELEGRAPH). LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. PERTH, August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

PARLIAMENT. (Br tblbobaph). LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Pkrtr, August 24. In the Legislative Assembly yesterday the Address-m-Reply was adopted, and the House went into C-omiu'Uee on the Commonwealth iiill. August 25. In the Legislative Assembly last night tbu Commonwealth Bill was debated. After a great discussion, the Premier snc reeded in carrying an amendm nt giving tliB proposed Upper House powers with regard to certain money bills. It was fell that in the Upper House a'one for many years to come would lie (be sole cbauce of fair play for the smaller colonies. Hie amount of £850.000 was voted fmm loan and revenue accounts for the services of; "the colony for the year ending 30ih June, 1898. Angust 26. Last night the Commonwealth Bill was passed through all its stages, with but a few trifling alterations. Tbe |>remier and delegates take tbe amended Bill with them to-day to Sydney. The Haiuault Bill was introduced and read a first time. This Bill provides for tbe reinstatement of th...

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MINING. SOUTHERN FIELDS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) PERTH, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

MINING, SOUTHERN FIELDS. (by TELEGBAFH.) Perth, AuaustSO. A cold eseort arrived at Gi*raid ton with 8,428oz ot Muri-liisOD U"Id A strike of miners lias occurred nt the Ladj' Slienlon mine, Mengics, on iric to l'»<* hectors n-quirint* the re-adjustment of the hours of labour. The Aorth Star lease, Peak Hill, crushed 120 tons For 1.2tkk>z,

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INTER-PROVINCIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PERTH, August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

INTER-PRO VINCIALi. [>r TELKOE4FH.] Perth. August 24. At Fremantle, yesterday, Arthur Win. Hyde (head porter), Charles Sydney Sheppard {chief booking-clerk), and Win. Alton Lowday (assistant l>ookiiig-cl«*rfe) were all committed for trial on chaiges of having conspired to defraud, and with having stolen certain sums of money, the property of the Com missioner of Railways. Near Banbury, on Sundny morning, A. Arthur Bmwn committed suicide by hanging himself from a tree. August. 28. At Bniilmry, yesterday, a hairdresser named Richard Hnskeu commuted suicide by shooting Jiinis» It with a revolver. He had been drinking heavily of late August 30. William Anderson, alias Carney, alias Mark Pi ice, who was undergoing a sentence of six mouths' imprisonment in the Fremantie Gaol, escaped on Satur day. and has not yet been recaptured.

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