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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

LOCAL AND GENERAL. TllR Waudkn.—Mr. Axel Osthiml \V:»id«;n rcMum-d m Mnri'lp D:ir y^'ter day. having '■ en comjw-'l -d tn onusid r fil-lv curtail his trip through uufum-wu citvu installers. ^ Mine Manaoer for Bamboo CrEEK —Mr. J. 0- wXli<- nrriwd nt Mafic Bar on W dursduy la t frmn Cni don. and left yesterday f">- B;iml>on Civ.-k where )»' will assume tin- rnao-icemen? nf the various prop>-»tios lull 1 >y 'lie Bulletin Proprietary L'd. Balla Balla Causeway Contract We «cr.; yesterday informed tl>a' tl»« lowcst te.ud. r put in fer tin* Bulla Bulla cansewRv em' anknient contract was thai .if H. Ed a. y. of Cossai-k, tin- amount not ' eing stated. Water at Port HrntANiJ.-^-Wa'.-r, sufficiently fro I. Salim- matter '«• ' e of une for stock. h.-is I.e. 11 a' la-t td.taim d at pert Hediuud. and it is now antiri pated thnt. having got ii.tn a fresh w.-i'er region, an abundant supply suitable for li<>us>-hnld purposes will shortly he e - eounten-d ...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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New Zealand. WRECK OF THE S.S. TASMANIA. WELLINGTON, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

New Zealand. WRECK OF THES.S. TASMANIA. Wklmxcjtox, August SO. News has lift-ii reaped fmin Au'-k iaitd that the wreck nf th<- steamer Tas- I 111.-11118 is now hunted. Divers went i>-low Init fo iini fit* iioltf fall of liquid mad. and cons-queutl v were unaMe «o p co»'if the mnil>. Theiiu(lioiiUj«-frSve now abutidoued the attempt. t

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Queensland. A RECALCHRANT M.P. BRISBANE, September 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

Queensland. A It EC A LCI'I RANT M.P. Brtsbaxk, S< pt< fillr 1. In the Queensland Legislative Assc-ui lify mi Til srtuy. M»'- Xteie is. a G'>vet-n— nn-iit supporter, n lio d«'scvil.i-d the action of the Government ill appointing tin recent L.Uid Commission as cUimsy unci iiiidignifiKl jind a wilful attempt- at c riupiioa, was mimed hy t!:<- Sp'-aker, and (.-scaped suspension hy one vote.

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN. GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

BRITISH AND FOREIGN*. GEKEH.VL NEWS. Loxdos, August 26. The Irish Notionalists Iwi? declined I to prUci'Vi' in w. ki>inin;; the Uukf j and Duchess of York to Ireland. This i murse hits bn-n deciiled upon as a pro 1 ti-st against the refusal of ih-- Govern-j incut (ii grunt all auiiti'Siy in political . jiris'ntiis. Further particulars s'iow that, (he President of the Republic of Uruguay was assassinated by a. youth. named Arodmidiv who fired at him In- M'®s Iraviii^ tin- cathedral at Mm.te Video, where he had b.i-r attending a national than ksgi ring service. H.MS. Minerva will rc-phio* the Orlando on the Australian station in Oc olf r. The International orkers Con stress at Zurich, »-uiri«-d a .esnlutinu demanding tin- adoption of an univ«-r.ul eight hours diy. except lit tin- «U"* of agricultural { Unm-is during Iinrvi at ojw-m ion~. 'flu; French President declined t:i re ceive a deputation, whh-h desirid to urge a teuiootary suspension of (lie corn dutiea." M M'line sf.it-d th...

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ENGINEERS ON STRIKE. LONDON, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

ENGINEERS ON STRIKE. LoxouK, August 30. The oiiinnwre lock-out lias' exten ded tii Sheffield, uud involves 1200 wen... ' - .Sisi^n thousand eiiemwrF^ re ^h'sviitnliiw of theallied trades, held a meeting in *fiyde Park *»n Saturday; at w liich n JwtiluHoii whs' earried heartdy . concurring in tin eight hours " movement. _ Thirty thousand-pounds as strikt* pay ueie distributed umotig 4o.<JU0 iiioii in various centres throughout England <111 Saturday. A lartre. majority of British Imjler malcers, iron and st<vl workers, and ship hudders, have polled in Cavor of hm eight hours day. v SepteinluT 1. The lM»ilermjfkt»rs' resolution in connection with the strike movement »u England does Hot hind that - society to support the ensHheers un less the federated trades also agree. The engineers «»f fjeeds are greatly excited because a large firm is ar ranging fut thp importation of foreign labour. This firm, it is stated., lias already engaged a uum U*r of German ...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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South Australia. CITY-FATHERS SQUABBLING. ADELAIDE, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

South Australia. CITY-FATHER.: SQUABBL KG. Adi:laidi\ August 30. The city council to-day j>assed a iii< t.on expressing sympathy v.iili Lord K-iutoiv uixm the death of his sou Lord luvi riii-ir. Afti-i tie- motion had heen passed Cr J. Z Srllars moved that n siui.iur 'etter he sent t" tin- relatives of a niTiitly deer rise I cnionist. Hi- re iii-e ted tin- apparent tendency toward-, ohs- quiou-syiophancy on tin- purr of the council. 1 his ret nark raised u jtfutui or ii dictation, and it was poimed out thai Cr. i>.-l!ar s profmsed letter would d<- ply afli-et the family'. Cr- JSi-ll irs referred to his motion, uhich lapsed for mint of a jii-coudi-r.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERCOLONIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] New South Wales. RETURNING PREMIERS. SYDNEY, September 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

INTERCOLONIAL. [uv TBLBGBAPn.] Hew South Wales. RETURNING PREMIERS. Sydney. Spptf*ai'»er 1. Mr. G. H. lteid, Premier of New South Willi*, and Sir. 0. 0, Ki Premie*" «<f South Au^tr.ilia. arrived «t Sydney yesterday per1 the from Vaucmver. When ehnttina; with a press representative at tile Hotel A.ns traJia, Mr. Kingston »u"d,N We went hy the Steamer Lucanin from Queensfowti to New York and Mr. B*id traveled 1'V the Majestic. The Lucania made almost Uiewctit) passage. In New York, we found it *. great nuheoice overlwuliug oor l«tgga£e in compliance with the) puigley Tariff Act. Wo uirivcd there ■ oh tie IrtBt Triday in July, nt 5 pin. and hi: in ended staying till Saturday, but tin place was so iim, horrid, and nn cnintnrtanle, ti e iliwfs m-re. so mugh. and the elevator railway so\nt"i.b the ivveise of lovely that I imfcuduently {tacked up my trnp^ and the m-xt morn ing .ft for Montreal. I found the - Windsor Hotel tin- most comfortable jhoiel i lutvi- visited since I lef...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE EASTERN TROUBLES. GBEEK INDEMNITY LOAN. CRETE FAVOURS AUTONOMY [BY CABLE] LONDON, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

The Eastern Troubles. GBEEK INDEMNITY LOAN. CBETfi FAVOURS AUTONOMY [«V CABLE] Luxp-jn, Aii^npt 26. Most of the P <iwlts, according to tile " Standard/' are now disposed to adopt Liiitl Salisbury's view as to the international control cfouly such pmtimi of the Gn-ek revenue as may l»e required fur loan jiurposes. August 30. Tin* Cretan Assembly lias carried a motion in favor of autonomy. The Greek Government is awaiting the approval «if the Chuuitier to its |«-.'|kism1 for nsjiaiiiii^ the tobacco aiid stamp duties so as to provide ni' len-st mi rlie indemnity loan ^uarau reed by the Powers. Tewfik Pasha, Turkish Minister for Foreio-ti Affairs has asked the embassies to hasten the negotiations. The Gretau assembly has deposed its President. . Virtually the Greek Chat&lKT of D-'pnties 1i:i< »|i|)rit\V(l of. the (ti» | veruutenPs proposals to assign thi ;tobacco alid stamp duties of tilt ciuiulry for the purpose of providing the iiiten^ttni.tiw indemnity I...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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TELEGRAMS. THE SITUATION IN INDIA. THE AMEER FRIENDLY. FIGHTINGTON THE FRONTIER. BRITISH HEROISM. LONDON, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

The Situation in India. THE KUKm FRIENDLY. riGansGos tab frontteb. mimsii hegoism. I>WDoy. Ansu.4 26. Some oftlie Ipi'u-s from fh»» Aft i from the Kijbi'r Pass to - l»»r«» dtvertcd that |x?*itlnn, them jf inintr the enemy, w&o hBhseqnrtjtly burned the -• (Wtnctv! , ISIifK iateivcptM] 400 wene sji|«-.«si<-Itiuir Fort |Ura, Hjp yacra li;i< wut * mes. wtfe t*> *li<e tnw|»s «t tl»V KhyUf Pa8£4^irr*j»mi<r l»i»r apprwiHtiou of their defence of the ffrtii<ieir smd emr^ria* Iter solicitude for the: •; P»e <of tlte tmi flelurhista n chiefs who wetv recently arrested mi wis |)inon 'if jfit<i<raiu>r nuaioKr tlt<* Indian Government has been re leased. The Ameer is reporfwl to have Bftted at a dnrltnr tlisit. tie had :• /til^Kiiiaiutatneil frieuitly relation< witJiGrrat llritjuu. • Alltndian officers who are on fnr longithftve.beeii ordered to tvjoin . . their rej?u»etit...

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THE SOUDAN CAMPAIGN. LONDON, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

TflKSOUDAN CAMPAIGN. London, Ao*rn<t 30. AH the ai'<*iHiip-<t>yiii£r j the Jvmilau t'Jtprtlitiuii have |Kit»j*wl J 4im Uaiqii). " | ,... it is lejKirted that the Dervish j uarrisen lias virtually Hbautloned j Berber. j

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AFRICAN AFFAIRS. SOUTH AFRICA. LONDON, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 September 1897

African Affairs. SOOfH AFKICA. LokdiiK, Auirusf 26. - President Ktii^i-r, iji rep1viu«r to Mr. Ch mfierlaiu'ts despatch «m the Jlntish soxer-iinty, states he desires fc»« iiniiiitnia the jLmidou Convention of 1884, hut alleges if, Contains no precise bearinir on theijiiestimi. lie ttls" Jeclnit-s thf Tmisvaal recognise Great liii tain's suzerain ry ' 0 August 80. The members of the second Kaad in the TrAusvunl Hie greatly indie iihut «fc file' resolution carried in the first Hand in favor »tf iuereusimjr the salaries of paid oieii»t»ers «.f the LfjjiiiUtun? Jji £2,200 per annum. Many members declare they will re fuse to wcrept- remuneration f,»r their Services ou the scale named. September 1. The flerhnauaiand rebel chief Galishwe has been captured. August 30. A rebetUoii is reported froui Ugwu da, Central Africa.

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

•J^nUisbed etery Friday at S(«tlile Btr, in Uie^lfaitrtGoUMi pontsinw all flie lates-t and roost Pliable infntmatiixi eonrrrtiing Mining in the PUharraGnildfield, ineJwlniir the tpetatrp*/of MnrUle Bnr, Bamlxxi Creek, S«t1l*){inc, Wesiprn 8toj",KqM)l!ilintr.Taiii ' * botilTTaii, North Pole, Md rand^coogina, jtekuiB or BDuscRiFnojf tv Atovasck : 6s fid per ipuirtert IS* halLyear i £1 £ts jcaff Advkstisiko Hates t 4* per ineli per insertion ; applications for gatttauihlug leases, fit 4s for- two inser tions. Hale!" far the insertion t»F adver tisements fc* thtre months «>r a longer jprtiQiji ma; lie iiadon application. delnnt £roest H. Jatneg (Adrerlisoment Agent), " Morning Herald " OPire, PeriU Watsoh & Ge^e?, BoeHnHme A. E. A. Bunilion Crwk. Wilfred Jackson, Western fcsUmr 8. I'. Lynch, Ntdlagitio S. BedJej.Ouadott Bj aknm *11 subscriptions or nrhertiyr Jnrnt* for insertion in ' "the ; PiEBakua {nd^El$i Sfffi «3t be rotived, iSkdlsig & Eayner, STOKEgEEt'E ttS, St...

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RANDWICK SPRING MEETING. SYDNEY, September 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

BANptVICK Sl'iJfNG MEETING. Sy»m. RepJember 8. . The ^spring meeting at Itondwick on Saturday jxiVpft very K«ro»Ksfui. For : tiie DeriijiAnlettle, Clarion, and Metford obtained first, «econd, and tltird places resjw^relj.

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A.J.C. SPRING STAKES. MELBOURNE, September 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

AJ-C- SPIUNG STAKES. Meuwfkkk, September 8 Ybe A J .G.Spring Slules, on iSnturday "were won bj i'oaU&o, and ilie Kpsoin Hjutdicapiry the outsider Hobia Hood.

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SPORTING. [BY TELEGRAPH.] THE TURF. CANNING PARK RACES. PERTH, September 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

RPORTING-. [by mcoun]. THIS TOflF. CA3T2J1XG PAKK BACKS. Peuth. September 8. At Canning Park on Saturday at the September nre meeting, under the -mrnqpteee of tie sea' Canning Paik Turf / dhb COn"lAdn £1/139 pMsed through the "totalizator.

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GOLDFIELDS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

tSOLDFifeLBS OF BHIT1SH COLUMBIA. - British Colombia, adjoins Canada cm the **rest. It begins where the United -States leafe off—at the Idiii parallel—and extends iorth to about bO deg.iatilnde, where ike BtiUes commence again, and bound British territory on the north with Alaska. British Columbia contains nearly 4>(0,<Hi0 rquaiu ntiic^s countiy diversified by huge moun tain ranges, fruitful valhys, magnificent forests, and splendid waterways. The principal seaport is tlie.city of Vancouver, 7J0U0 miles from Sydney. On the famous Williams Creek, in the Cariboo district. JL"4fiKK),i>JU worth of gold was taken out- within a distai w of.two miles, Many hydraulic sluicing com panies hare lately built ditches and spent thousands "on plants to work the huge alluvial deposits thai cxist. ~ British Columbia may be described, as regards the interior,as a farming country up to2£0Uft. and a grazing country up to S^BOOft altitude. Another great mining centre is the • Kootenay d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

Uotice. IT is hereby notified, for general infor mation. that at future Sales by Auction oF Gold fields Town Lots no valua tions will be allowed for improvements effected on unregistered town lots. GEO. THEOSSELL. Commissioner of Crown Lands. Amendment of Schedule 35 (Scale of Fees and Rents) to the GoldfieldB Regula tions. Department of Mines, 9th August, 1897. HIS Excellency the Governor in Exe cutive Council, under the powers ronferred upon him by Section 99 of the Goldtields Act (59 Vict., No. 4f)), has been pleased to approve of the amendment oF Schedule do to flie Regulations (to take effect from 1st Octol<er, 18d7), by the omission of ihe words " Defaulting Share holder's interest in Share or Claim £1," and the subslii utien of the undermentioned words therefor. E. H- WITTENOOM, Minister for Mines. £ s. d Defaulting Shareholder's interest in Claim ... ... ... 0 5 0 Defaulting Shareholder's interest in Lease ... I 10 Amendment of Regulation 47 (Market Garden Areas) ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

LOCAL, AND GENERAL. Marble Bar Mixers' Institute.— Mr. CLorli-s Haidy Vtas tlie successful tenderer for tlie erection of a miii'-js institute at Marble Bar, the price beinj.1 within a few shillings of £370. Rkixfobciko Poet Office Staffs.— Tl»e two-additional telegraph operators : who were appointed to this district have arrived and taken up their duties. Mr. J. E. Palls being stationed ut Marble Bar, and Mr. P. J. Eeydiu at Nullagin& Improving the Water Sdpplt.—The District Engineer for Water Supply left on Tuesday for Nullugiiie, from whence he will examine theiOmile district with a viewotputting tlow'ti wells at intervals, so as to afford prospectors an oppor tunity of thoroughly testing the country, which is aurifcroas. Port Hkdland Block fob Sale.— Mr. John Crawford will tomorrow offer by auction, at Marble Bar, the North Shaw Hotel And all gppurtenances, and also block 52 situated at Port Hedland. The latter is a splendid opportunity for securing a valuable property in...

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A PROTEST AGAINST DISLOYALTY. BEN TILLETT VISITS BALLARAT (BY TELEGRAPH.) MELBOUORNE, September 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

A PROTEST AGAINST DISLOYALTY. BEN TILLETT VISITS B ALLAH AT. (BT TELEGBAPH.) Melboobne. Sf>ptf.inlier 7. Recently Mr. ILn Tillett and several Victorian labor members disgraced themselves by refusing to drink the Queen's health at a public dinner. The following is an exrract from the usual formal report of Councillor C. C. Shnppee, Mayor of Ballarat. for presenta tion to the Ballarat City Council :—"I have la-en asked to welcome Mr. Ben Tillett, the English lal>oiir leader on the 9th it.St., when he will addn-ss a public meeting on matters affecting the labour ing classes Imth in England and here. While my sympathies n.c with any movement affecting the people of each and every class, 1 think it is only my duty in this particular case, as mayor, to decline the invit.tion, and thus to emphatically protest against the dis loyalty exhibited by Mr. Tillett and several members of the Virtoiian Legis lative Assembly at a dinner given in ; South Mellwmnie on the 28th ult, when the toas...

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MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

MINING. ^ 1'ILUAKUA GOLD FIELD. It is staled that a grant will l>e put upon tin; estimate* for the encouragement of deep sinking on PiIbarra Goidtield. A bonus has alreadv been granted of £L per foot on all verlienl shafts of not less than 7ft x 3§It winch are but down between 5-»fL and L<h)fi on the Kimberlry Gohllteld, and it is proposed to extend the sauie arranee mi-nt, somewhat modified, to tliis field also.

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