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AFRICAN AFFAIRS. HUMBLED TO THE DUST. LONDON, August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

African Affairs. HUMBLED TO THE DUST. Lomdok, August 24. I The King of Benin, when rut ren dering- to the Biitisfa receutlv, robbed fcis forehead tinee times in the dnst. Tea of hu chiefs similarly indicated their absolute submission.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

Alteration of Regulation 98 and Schedule 22 (Quarterly Returns) under the Gold fields Act. Department of Vines, Perth, 22nd July, 1897. HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council, under tlie powers conferred npon him by Section 99 of "The Goldfietds Vet, 1895" (59 Vic., No- 40), has iieen pleased to repeal Herniation 98 and Schedule 22, and to substitute the following Regulation and Schedule in lieu thereof; to be in force from 1st August, 1897. E. H. WITTENOOM, Minister for Mines. Begcxatiok 98. The holder of a Lease shall, within 14 days af.er crushing or otherwise treating any ore or auriferous earth raised from such Lease, furnish the Statist of the D>*]uirtiiient of Mines, at Perth, with a statement containing the information re quired by the form in the Schedule No. 22 lu-reto 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 ...

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TELEGRAMS. THE EASTERN TROUBLES. THE PORTE AND BULGARIA. TURKEY MUST EVACUATE THESSALY. [BY CABLE] LONDON, August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

TELEGRAMS. The Eastern Troubles. TOE PORTE iNO BULGARIA. TUKKEF MUST EVACUATE THESSALV. [sr cuu] Lovdok, August 24. Ab Armenian has confessed to throwing the bomb which exploded on Thursday in the vicinity of the Grand Ymerate. The Porte has demanded that Bulgaria shall disperse the revo lutionary committee which has had its head-quarters at Varna, and which is believed to be responsible for the recent outrages. A latge quantity of dynamite has . been ceased at Scutari, a town on the BospWoruSis. The Condon " Standard" states Lord Salisbury has on intentiuu of accepting the proposals made by Germany—that Turkey's evacuation of Thesealy shall be contingent npou, and simnltaneous with, the payment by Greece of the war indemnity. The ambassadors at Constanti nople have decided to ascertain what amount of Greek revenue will be available for the purposes of the in demnity loan. August 27. Lord Salisbury proposes that Great Britain, Russia, and France shall jointly eoutrol the Greek reven...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE POSITION OF THE MINING INDUSTRY. [TO THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

CORRESPONDENCE. THE POSITION OF THE MINING INDUSTRY. [TO THE EDITOR. 1 Sis.—In the " Pilbarra Goldfield News** of the 13th of August. appeared a letter from Mr. J.G. fyitlincll. dealing with the luck of jttrrew in the mining industry in the : Norlli-Wpsf, and assigning u the reason therefor, the want of the latest gold caring machinery. I l»eg to differ with J G-W. In my opinion, it is neither the want of the latest machinery nor the wan I cf capital, but the want «f experienced mimug managers, and practical miners thai la the canse added to the high cost of earri»ge»f all materials used on the mines. Withregard to our present mining man ager*, I must say X cannot do the majority of tlirm jnKlice, the "Sydney Bulletin"or " Melbourne Fundi*' might, or perhaps Gilbert and ttullivan might work (he subject iniocomic opera eery successfully. 1 ran only say that alter seeing-mining carried on in all the Australasian colonies for a great number of years, it is a rercls tiou to me to see me...

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CRICKET. LONDON, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

CHICK KT. IjoxDos, 4ugui4 22L Uptfin Wjnwfu, ot ilie Hampshire plprcn. Trim rm-nlly accepted StoddarlV ioritnion lo Irrowisnj IiwpWpb Vt Auk tnlift, lias Itch ordrn*d to India willi liis tvgineot. Stoddart ltaa engaged ltrigga. a JaBcwsiiin prufrcsioti&l, to £ti tiie Tacutj.

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SWIMMING. PERCY CAVILL WINS QUARTERMILE SALT WATER CHAMPIONSHIP. LONDON, August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

SWIMMING. EEBCT CAVILL WINS QUAUTEC MILE SALT WATER CHAM PIONSHIP. Jjokdos. Anenrt 24. The quarter-mile salt iraler swimming championship race won at biwees*. a walering place in Lincolnshire, lij Perry Cavill. A fairly Ktmng breese was blow ing and the sea was rather choppy. There were four competitors la tlie final beat, rir , P. Cavill, J. H. Derbyshire, P. H. ' Baylor, and S. Posit, who struck the water; simultaneously. Derbyshire assumed the Jead. and was well clear at tlie end of tlie first fifty yards. A'ay lor and Cacti I were .level, whilst lloss was completely on*- ! /pared. After one hundred yards Cavill, rtffring a beautiful course to the right hand of bis opponents, raptdly overhauled Derbyshire. and swimming strongly, finished fire yards ahead, with Aaylor third and Hos* nowhere. Cavill covered the distance in fimtn. 60*er., the tide being favourable. Tyers, the bolder of the championship, was not a competitor. Derbyshire afterwards won a 20(1 yards > in 2min. 33sec...

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WANTED-RESERVES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 September 1897

WANrKD-JJESKHVES. TO THK KDTCOE. $ta,-^IG™JIr aJiair me Bpare In yonr ndaiUe jrottiTnns «~lu»rein to draw (he Jtttenlioo J&f proper' authorities in « rprf reel Ifrirrince wliirb mj firm is Buffering Bsder, ftbri one cmplnriiang the cre<*n( nenextity lhere is"f»»r tbe setting ii»rt oF. tfwiTei' ri, *t" least, two efjui distant |W(ntii along 'he -Marble Bar—Condon main ' \jroaj;.«-ket«-4he trarrllins public'may ile |»Ktore.^keir mtnekfor m tune without let: '^r lii^nriiie;' 'The <-«n»antrf. along. Ibis route Iiw Wih WsM to niim* pistor* 1^'i^o^*Ke itvinom,in«t«npe. S* 6d ♦ wMEjk'p^rlirad, and, in auoher. 26 < per month -.W'Sw a« «p«topiit fees gihfttftre titold*4!ie*n*il con-; - - „- J ixnooor. Trying nuil mutter fminft one postal station 1 to another. Tlie unfairness of this heavy charge will be the more clrarlj realised when we say that these so natters are put to no inconvenience whatever tlimnsh onr gt'ek running on these lini.c. which are ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

HAIE-BBEABTO ESCAPES AS OU> CRIMEAN HERON STORY. He old Crimean veterans are now fast jp&sring aw«y, few only remaining _to jtell tjie tale of their- share in the great straggle of the "fiftiro * between the mother1' country- and Russia. It may not he generally known, however, that we have right in our midst an old •I'd hi«*hly-r*!Kpeated Veteran of that oampaigiL MK Chas. Terry, of 483. K«*t street, is the gent leman to whom we refer, aud his tales, of hair hreadth escapes as mentioned incidentally to our reporter were well worth listening to. Mr, Terry is" a promim-nt Templar, and hag-dune tnnch fur this good cause; in fact. be was taking' part in a tem peranoe nesting when our reporter, who was sent to gather details of his remark able experiences, arrived at his house. Onr representative was directed to the lecture-hall, aud soon found Mr, Terry, who very kindly consented to return at once with him. In response to a few questions, Mr. Terry stated;—-"I joined the Itoy...

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QUEENSLAND GOVERNOR'S IDEA. BRISBANE, September 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

QUKK-VSIiIaL) ciOVKIt-VOirS rOE\. BttlSB \N"R- Srptem'.pr 2. Speaking «t Neixt ti Show to-day His Excellency Lord J" -aiiii n«^tr»: i said ln c .uId not l.ut regret that Queensland «'<vs not represented at the M.-.y meet ing of til.- convention. Profile feared that fedwatio i would In- desruetive of tlie 1 »• st interests of Queensland. He thought, liMivi'i-i'i-. tliese fears were uii necessary, as f> -drati'in «as essential to llii- development of the great Australian nation. He did not think Queensland need f--;\r l.eiug r--presented sit a gather- ' in«j where |>r"]>osals rolati ig to the question were to he discussed.

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SPORTING. [BY TELEGRAPH]. SWIMMING. HALF-MILE HANDICAP AT MANCHESTER. CAVIL-SCORES ANOTHER WIN. LONDON, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

- T «EOETINe. " i'": . s?;-; - |Me «tj .II«i^i^l/K:<kti)l, «)io fad ten »m ^ ^*>wer^u^ fritter inm. ill^b#i-'; Jtwo-i »*»! &<t .-%^C..is,^ ^

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ROEBOURNE NEWS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) ROEBOURNE, September 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

ROEBOU LINE NEWS. (Br TKLKGHAPH.) f FUOM OCU Ort'.v l> IKtl r.Hl osD~XTJ ItOKUOCUNft. S.-pt^nil»»-r 14. Anion-; tin- passenger- w'lui l*'ft by fin* steamer Sultan for Freninn'l-* today were Mr and Mi-s. Jto.-a- d family. a id Mr. and Mrs, H. Oslmrn, the late: mnvnr and ,im}<Ti,ss of R<»vUiuriie. Lost week a banquet \xns tendered to Mr. Ro'-. at which some foriy-Kve «cnt 1>-Mieii a'tei-ded. Mr. Ri>e had a splendid it*c -[ition, mid numerous, expressions of regret ut his d ■pnrture xx- re made. th nigh nil Nor -\V--sier-s are glad to see that liis abilities have hi-.n apnr- ciate.l. resulting in Iiim l-eiiigjip l'oint*-d Police Magistrate at Per^h. Mr. Ro<* was presented wiili tin* f.-llouuig address during the exciting : — - HocItourne. Nor'-West An-tralin, (iili Sc ptem In-r. is:»7. To Augustus SMidford Reals Ho->. Ksq. W...M !<• uiider-igm-d, <111 teh-ilf of the iiili»l»itniits of SCiH'Ib'iinie. Cossack. and tin* su...

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WARDEN'S COURT. MARBLE BAR, SEPTEMBER 9. (Before Mr. Axel Ostlund, Warden). [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

WABDBN'S COURT. MARBLE BAR, SEPTEMBER 9. {Before Mr. Axel Ostium!, Warden). 4 Application for one months partial exemption upon lease Ka 448, the Crpniomt, fiitoated at North Sliaw.. Mr. Cra»fprd attended on l**half of the lessee, hot iho hearing was ad : foamed until 2 o'clock to allow of the: appearance of Mr. Ahgas MePfaee. ' Upon resuming. Angus Mcphee. •gnat for the lessees, stated they had . not Jbeen ahle to olitain any stone so tin*, mine for six weeks. They wanted all .the orailahle fundi. to erect a slu-d over the lattery. Hie rsef had cut out, and they could only advantageously employ tuo ntcn in locking for it. 1 One month gnuited, two meato he employed. AnhppHoation was made hy Mr. H. G.^Srtli, mipiBger, for one utonths . exemption ttpni leases Noa. 3, SI, 15?. and J€jO,^nan»ed respectively the Stray Hbht, |5xcelsipr, True Blue, and Sham-' ■H. G. Nell stated lie required tiuie toVxmsutt his directors ss to -the ftitort storking of the "mine. * " He arrired at; Maiila IV...

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PRESIDENT FAURE VISITS THE CZAR. LONDON, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

PRESIDENT FAURE VISITS THE CZAR. IjONDOK, Aupfust 26. President Faure s retinue received a frenzied welcome from the popu lace at St. Petersburg. Presideut Faure atteuded a review of Itussian troops, and at a luucheon which followed the manoeuvres, stated lie was com missioned by til© Fiench m' iiiv to convey to the Kns -iau armv an expression of recipro cal confidence and fraternity.^ September 1. The Paris Socialists declined to j in in the lejoiciuos iuan^urated to mark the return uf President Faure fiom ltnssia. The I 'reside;.t o» liis retnrn to i'ans..n Tu -sd <y last met with a brilliant reception. iveplyino to ail ■uldreSs from tile citizens, M. Faur© d dared the union of France aud Hussia to-be one of the most con siderable events of the close of the century. During President Faure'* return to Paris, an explosion occurred as the President's party pissed th© Church of the Madelene, caused rhroiieh a bomb supposed to have iiecii placed there hy a madman.

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LOCAL COURT. MARBLE BAR, SEPTEMBER 7. (Before Mr. Axel Ostland, R.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

liQCAIi COURT, MABBEE BAB, SEPTEMBER 7. \ > . . . (Before Air. AxeJQstland, B.M.) Tbfe wak h«M <m Ta^ay U»t,^ having fbeMadJonnwd hy.Mr. firadshaw I local Clerk of Courts, to that date, from ] the Istinsfc., owingto the absence ol the Cooper & BUnton v, Chas. James. GUbu for £40 19s ftud costs. Mr. F. U. Blanton represented the plaintiffs and Mr. W. E F. laoey, the ddenduit , - Frederick Blantoa stated he had bervrdJames with* copy of the ac* count, theii prodaced- The debt was '.for cash, hoard and drinks. . Defendant ' had spawned ap.toJuly of last year, and his firm had-. o)a)y<reo^ved £2 5s siiioe ~Mr lacey "oribehatf -ofJames pleaded 44 yich, .No. 9, Sec. SO. Frederick M. BUnton, recalled, said tb^&frodant WM a lodger and a boarder during the times he had been charged for drinks. - He had hot l«een debited with drinks at any time he was 3DOt lodging with them. JTodgmeut was given for the fall nmouutwrthcosts... ... John Crawford applied ...

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GOLDFIELDS OF BRITISE COLUMBIA. LONDON, September 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

G0LDFIHLD3 OF BRITISE COLUMBIA. Lovdon, Septemlidr 1. The rush to the Kiondyke goidfields is increasing. Septi-mlier I • A onrres;-oident of the " Daily Chronicle telegi-aphs that tin* amount uf <r0j | uhtaiiif'i fro n tin* Klaudyke :i lits !nis l>e n inueh exaggerated. The coireijmiident further declares tli&t thero is uu justilii-aiiou for the present rush, and that the Pacitic coast tow us are gold crazy. September 3. II- p Tts from Nov York state that of 5000 jir Jsp-<-t'»rs who reached Slta-^ca^ -> ly lifty manrvg'-d. t<> oross tb*> Whites PnSS, September T& A faioiiiois threa'euing Damson City, nu (lie Kl<> idyke goJdft 'Id. Tli- YuAoi Ltiver i-ciiig now frozen^ suj^ilii-s are shut oif front Klondyke. A sack of tloii and a .-mall piece of Itacnn, are it«pnricd. to have sold in Dawson, City for 5000 dollars.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

For Sale. rtA GOOD "STAUNCH AUG HI' HORSES, with WAGGON and HARNESS {all as "nod as new.) Fur particulars as to terms apply to J. G. STEED, r Condon. NOTICE. rl^Hl:". Partnership hitherto exi-ding be 1. tn«>. ii Alfit'd Rovrn mid Thomas WaLTKUs, trading as storekeepers. Sir., at Null-mine, lias U-eti dissolved tiv mutual enuscnt. All debts o«inn Itv tin* laieiiriii will be paid by Tltonas Walters, ami tn unom all outstanding arcounts must lie paid forthwith. A LP VET) 1'oYEV, 'I HoilAS YVaLT.JES. Wim S> : JohNsKATC.T. NuUaging^Iuly \fl. 1807 Public Notice. PAYMEN"/1 of our Chrqnr, partirul irs of which are given below lias been stopped. Dale. October 12. 1831— Rook number, W 22.710. Pnv No. 45(5, £29. McDon ald, fish Kit & eo:. General Mel chants, Marble Bar Public Notice. Tale-J Talg-", Se|'>'eiii!i.-r (». 18tt7 TUTS is (<-, eertify lliat we. tbe under signed. liave lliis flav diss.il . ed Partnership by mtiiu il coiisen'. All out standing aeeoiints to I...

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A SERIOUS CHARGE. (BY TELEGRAPH). PERTH, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

A SERIOUS CHARGE. (ar TF.tKGgipHi. At tfv Q>olgurdte police court yeatetv -blV, Willsh, :i w«-liklH»«'u store ke<q>er or Kwitorv tewnslup. was ohnrged i efnro Mr J. Macnamnra, J. P., with buying in lecrutlv Hssuulted L*uia Lam bert a pn-p'-s.-sj-iiu^; yminK woman Mr. Vyurr prosecuted, and Mr. Edmunds witft Mr. Andrews defended tlie accuse. 1. "I he pros -cut rix said she entered the neons il s i* npn>y as a domestic servant last Friday "eek. Q/t Tuesday mom b>ga iittl- before 3. o'clock, Walsh en tered h-r room, got into l«ed; nnd at 'teiujitcd to assault b, r. felie scre&uwd, l>ut lie. uiu-'Ie. two attempts, saying. "For (loll s sake don t make a row Lena, it is. only me. I won't Kurt you." She sei-oamed nntillns wife came in., and; the latter .said, " Dun t make u row and rouse tk- neigld'ouni." Sim th*-n got Up, took lier skirt and carried her shoes, and went- to an hotel, whew she remained till 7 o'clock »ith a female servant. 1 hr l«tter depose...

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INTER-PROVINCIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PERTH, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

INTEBr-PROVINCIAL. £llV TELEGRAPH 3 Pkuto. August 27. Captain Nicholson. a wi-U-known resi dent of Albany. died ye.-.terday morning ! aged 67 yearn. j Affording to a tclegnpii forwarded j l»y Mr. Montn, M.L A., to Kulgonrlic,' the jumpers of tin* Huiimult h-as«-fi sr.-; to 1-ts co npi-nvau'd by the Government with £600. Parliament has been prorogued till vVt-due.sdity. OctoUr 6th. Messrs IT. Briggs, F. T. Crcwder, Vjemt. a <d Henni ig were < h-cted ns d>l.>gateK to the Fedi-ru'i m Convention in,place of M essis. Pii-sse., Shell, Taylor, nnd Luton. who resigned. All (lie dele gate s exc.pt Mr. G. Leake left for Sydney yesu-iday. August 31. At Ckiolgnrdie v<-ster;l:iy, st-.ven Frenchmen were lined various amounts for having l**en caught in the act of gamMing. The sum of £791 was con fiscated, together with valuable securi ties, Septe nl»"r 1. The revenue returns were published yesterday afternoon, the to'al f-r last month heing £247 074. us compa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

JEfcelaiirt Co. UUITE1). REGULAR STEAU SERVICE TO NOR'-WEST PORTS ROYAL MAIL LINE (noder contract to ike Test Australian Gorcrumeni). Low Sates and raras. Coastal Mail Line to and from Ftp man tie. FIBSr sailings for Nor"-West Port* mb under:— &1. IHSIASOPOLZS, {1000 tons burtlien) IiEAVES PRE MANTLE for Nor*-West Ports as far as Derby on SEPTEMBER 24th NEXT. UNRIVALLED. RAPID, and COM MODIOUS PASSENGER and CARGO STEAMERS, replete with erery modern foarMicsi-e, sail regularly {rirrumxianve* permitting) from Freniantte. at least artlilj {a nixed as -/ten as possible to eoouecl aitli the sa. Albany), for— Buat>cuy Ilamlin Melbourne Vacate AHtany Sydney Qntndalnp Adelaide And Qnecnslamd Ports. Special Service to Western Australia. Roomy and well-ventilated deuneis, Speedily adapted and lilted for tbe Stock Carrying: Trade, under tbe A delude StEiKSEir Co/a supervision, run regularly between iwuilifni Ports and Sor'-Wrst Purts, briugitig Stock, Cargo, Explosive?, and Coal for...

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FEDERAL CONVENTION. [BY TELEGRAPH]. PERTH, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

FEDERAL CONVENTION. {ST TEtKOHAPfl). Fekth, August 31. J lie Federal (Jonvent inn delegates ar [ rived nt Ad-Iaidu yesterday and will reach Mellnjurne to day. Sydnf.t, S< pteml»er 2. The adjourned sitting of the Federal Convention hegan to-day. The naileries were devoted to visitors, who att rided in force. i he cross hijirlies were occu pied l>y the SoU-li Ansti iihaJi r<|,resi n tnti»ef We-t Australia hud t '■ hack benches ; mi lift- left of the rtmir wen the Tasinaiiiatis, and to the right were 'he New Soilth Wal'-s menitiers. who ocvujihd tin- ministerial benches, wliilst tile Violorialis occupied I lie ojtp' Ig {i<;ll neb s I lie tjist * icioi ia i t'> npj»ea; ■ cs Div J. Qaiok.a l the otln r- coining in hit' r, w ith theexrepti mi of Sir Uimi;i ' uruer. Hon •!« A. l-uacs. a ><1 the Hon. A J. Feumvki who wi pe absent. 'I lie scene in the Cham! er ies, rnMed a r- uuion. tile iiuuiber.s shaking hand w ith uiin ji w araitii I *1...

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