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LABOUR TROUBLES IN GREAT BRITAIN. THE ENGINEERS' STRIKE. TRADES UNION CONGRESS. (BY TELEGRAPH). LONDON, September 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

LABOUR TROUBLES IN GREAT BRITAIN. THE ENGINEERS' STRIKE. TRADES UNION CONGRESS. (BT TELEGH4PH). London, SeptemWr 3. The engineers' strike has caused fresh dismissals 011 a huge scale ill the northern towns of (Jr< at Britain. A Fi«-e Labour Political Association has been formed in England to test the efficiency of tin* laws for protecting non unionists and to insure the ohservunce of the law in all labour disputes, and ulso to oppose any legislation calculated to injuriously alh-et Eritish trade. S- pteuiher 6. The Free, Labour Association hopes to announce that the principal employers in the United Kingdom have consented to co-operate with that l>ody in repres sing the despotic tendencies of trades unionism. Bya majority the London ironfoundt rs society declined to join the allied trades in their demand for an eight hours day. September 7. The committee of the trades union congress now assembled at Birmingham, has report«*d that th<* judges interpreta tion ...

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MARBLE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

MARBLE BAR. Forty tons from the Star of the North ! Tribute, at Taiga, realised t>8ozs. The work of shifting the battery at : Taltra recently pun-eased by Ehdiertv and party for the Great Kaslern, Nullagtne, was commenced this week. A small parcel of ten tons from the Augusta South No. 1 is now ready for treatment and the lessees intend putting it through the stampers as soon as possible. Crushing* are now being taken out from the True Blue, Shamrock, and Stray Shot leases. I The manager of the Stray Shot battery , the only one in Marble Bar wliieh under 'tnkes public crushing, has decided to raise the price of treatment to r5~. per ton for anything over 2.) tons, and below that quniiti'y ihe cost will be £2 per ton. The news ot this increase w ill not l>e received by private holders with satisfaction, but the step has been forced upon tike manager owing to the high price of firewo>>d aud the impossibility of making the haltery pay under the former rates. Already lessees...

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INTER-PROVINCIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PERTH, September 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

INTE R- PRO VIN CIAL. [by telkghafh.] Perth, beptemfoer 7. The yveafcher in Perth has been very much w*rmer during the last few days. The Governor, Sir Gerard Smith, is now at Northam, under tlit- guidance of Mr. Geo. Throssell, and has been well leceived everywhere. September 8. The Governor, accompanied by the Hons. ¥. H. Piesse, Geo. Throssell and H. B. Lefroy. are still at Northaui The trip has Iteen favoured with lovely weather, and has altogether proved a great success. The Government lias foroiulati-d a pension scheme which, if apjuoved, will provide for a retiring allowance after ten years service, such allowance in creasing year by year, according to the nuinl»er of years service, so that when 35 years have been reached, the amount of the pension will amount to two thirds of the annual wage of the retiring employee. l)uring the races at Canning Park on Saturday four jockeys were injured. Septeml»er 12. On Saturday a woman named Enright was found dead in n railway carriage j...

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NULLAGINE. NULLAGINE, September 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

NULLAGINE. (FEOM OCH OWN CJHIIESFONDENT). .Nrli.agink, SepiemhiT 13. The SyBdieate'a battery is siill engaged crushing .-oiigluiuerate from Barney's Hill, about till tons of which art' going through. Unfortunately, I lie mill can only run altoiu five hours per day, owing lo llie supply of water failing. It will lie necessary for the drive in the well to l>r lengthened, sc that a larger supply mar he oblained. Mi.Lyeli, the Tasmanian expert who came over I)ere to report on the Victory Extended, gave that projierly a very thorough test indeed, and spent several days minutely exauiiuing the mine. He expressed himself as fully sali*fi-'d with it, and ha* derided to purchase. The con ditions under which he lias agreed lo do so inay seem unfavourable to those who are accustomed to selling valueless mi.,cs, • but lliey are in reality extremely favour able to in en who have sufficient confidence in their property to take a large interest in llie company to be formed, in lieu uf a a small...

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Victoria. THE EAGLEHAWK MURDER. MELBOURNE, September 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

Victoria. THE EAGLEHA.WK MURDER. Melbodbne, September 7. Charles John Hull, under sentence of ! death for wife murder, has revealed the circumstances under which the crime was coiutuitted. During Mopday iiieht, St. Joseph's Roman Catholit: church, Colliugwood, was broken into and sacramental »cssi Is to the value of £80. together with six bottles of wine and the contents of the collection boxes were stolen. Septenilx-r 11. The sums remitted to India by the. mayor of Melbourne for the relief of the famine, totaih-d £5,800.

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SOUTHERN FIELDS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) PERTH, September 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

SOUTHERN FIELDS. {by TELEGH1PH.) Perth, Si-pieml* r 6. EfForts are bein^; made iu Melbourne to prevent the sale of the f«'aulioe mine. Tlio Hiuoun t oF gold exported from tlic ••olony last month made a record, bt-iu 'j5,129oz, valued at £247,493.

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GOVERNOR OF GERMAN NEW GUINEA MURDERED. September 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

GOVERNOR OP GERMAN NEW GUINEA MUliUEJMCD. S*-pteiiiliej- 7. Admiral IJridges has received a cahh; froin Noumea, stating that the French warship Eure. arrived at that port from New Guinea, bringing in ws that the Governor of Gemmu New Guinea. Cupt. Rudig«-r was killed by the lutivi-g on August 21. The German warship Falke was on the. soeue at the time of the departure of the. Eure. The Yarrabee river estate of 46,000 acres in the Riverina district, was sold for £145 500. Archibald Septimus Heath, 29 years of age, .residing at Pott's Point, com mitted suicide yesterday. A lil»el action brought by Joseph Kelly against the Sydney " Daily Tele gra pli " company, euded in a verdict for the defendant. Edgar Wilson, son of Mr. G P. Wilson, of Big Springs station, died yesterday through theetiects of a racing accident. September 12. A fin* broke out in one of the Broken Hill mines, and the stopes on (dock 13, just above the 300/t. level, are now burning furiously. numbers of uii-n were ov&am...

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

^teams^ip Co. UUTEI). REGULAR STEAM SERVICE TO NOfi'-WEST PORTS. HOYAL MAIL UN E (nnder contract to the west Australian Government). low Sates and Fares. Coastal Mail lane to and from Fremantle. F iIRSr sailings for Nor"-West Ports as under:— &8. ZVOUZTOFOLIS, {1000 tons burthen) LEAVES FREMANTLE for Nor*.Wert j Ports as far as Derby on ' SEPTEMBER 24th NEXT. „.££.8IVAtLEI>- SAPID, and COM MJHMODS PASSENGER and CARGO olKAMKliS, replete iritii erery modern convenience, sail regularly (circumstances Permitting) from Premantle. at least Weekly (united as often as possible to connect with the s-s. Albany), for— " Banbury Hamlin Melbourne Vasse Albany Sydney Qaindalup Adelaide And Queensland Ports. Special Service to Western Australia. Roomy and well-vcnfilaled steamers, •peedily adapted and fitted for the Stork Carrying Trade, under lite Adelaide ferEAHsmr Co."* supervision, run regularly between Southern Ports and Nor-West Ports, bringing Stock, Cargo, Explosives, And Coat f...

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

FEDERATION. Wrra another Federal Convention sit ting in Sydney, mid endeavouring to formulate the basis-upon which shall be effected the Commonwealth, of Australia,lihe -question of the ulti mate cohesion of these colonies into an l&dfdsible whole, is jiHtil rally ex C;iti£)>jEk , Sofar-as Western Australia is " conceraedf 'there ap- j pears ho be bat little eutbnsiasm oyer ^ the matter, and at the May con ventiou this colony's delegates co operated with the other representa tives in a half-hearted wav, which was perhaps natural, as the current opinion seems to be that Wesfralia by joining the Commonwealth will lose far more than she can gain, and tlie result would be the aggreudise nient of the more populous culouies, to which the smaller colonies would ■■ be entirely subordinated. This i colony is at present eujoyiug a period ! of prosperity, and it is generally felt that liy coming in with the other P' •oviuces, Westralia would do so upon a basis which is decidedly to ...

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

V X —JTHE— Pilbarra News. Published every Friday at Marble Bar. in the Pilbarra Gold field. Contains all the latest and most reliable information concerning Mining in llie Pilbarra Goldfield, including the centres of Marble Bar. Bamboo Creek, Nullaginc, Western Shaw, Nor lb Sbaw.Tain bourrah. Nonli Pole, and landicoogina. Tekhb or SuBscBimoK re Advance : 6k fid per quarter; 13s half-year; £1 5s year. Advketikisg Bates : 4s per inch per insertion; applications For gold-mining leases, £i 4s for two inser tions. Bates for the insertion of adver tisements for three months or a longer period may be had on application. Agents : Ernest B. -James (Advertisement Agent), " Morning Herald " Office, Penh Watson A Geyer, Boe-boorae A. E- A. Haste, Bamboo Creek. Wilfred Jackson, Westers Shaw S. P. Lynch, Nallsgine . 6- Hcjdley, Condon By whom all subscriptions or advertise ments for insertion in tlic PiiBim GoldfielI) News will be received. Motioe. ALL ACCOUNTS due to the under signed must be SET...

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INTERCOLONIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] New South Wales. THE AUSTRALIAN SQUADRON. SYDNEY, September 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

INTERCOLONIAL. [bv TELEGRAPH.J Hew South Wales. THE AUSTRALIAN SQUADRON. Svdney, September 5. Admiral Bridges lias In-en informed liy cabin that Admiral Pearson, in H.M.8. Royal Arthur, will arrive in January to relieve hiui. Admiial liiidgi-s expects to leave Sydney aliout Septe«iilM-r 22 for a cruise to South Australia and Victoria, returning (o Sydney before the expiration of No vember. A short visit will l>e made to Hobart ou the way to-South Australia.

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

XABBOW ESCAPE OF A GIRL. St. Eecmaids lias been the scene of numerous startling events in the course of its career, which luive excited the attention, not only of the l»orou;di itself, l»ut of the whole country. Recently then-has 1 >oen another striking incident, which has been * the Subject of much cmn.nent. and w hich, ntoreover, has an instructive side. A ubituw escape fnun de,.'th arrested attention, and , the *' Hastings Observer" visited the heroine. Miss Surah E. Cough, of St, Ir-miards. a prepossessing roBy-fac»*d young woiuari, looking the picture of heal tli. *" I used to suffer from anaemia," she said, "and was ill f««r four or five months. I kept getting worse and worse, and was so weak that I could not walk ulout, I used to w ish I could die. T could not eat anything without heing sick, and for t«o or three days I would go without ai^tliinir t" eat at all. When I went op stairs 1 had to go up two or three uta time, and th»*n take a rest. I had no breath for walking. ...

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THE SOUDAN CAMPAIGN. LONDON, September 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

THE SOUDAN CAMPAIGN. Londok, September 7. ; The Brituh gonboBts are now patrol ling dw cKilr. &om' 'Knriimn, a short distance sooth of the third cataract, to Aba flawed. Strong; fortified posts b»ve lx*n esUblidied. British steamers laden with war material have arrived at Aba Homed. Septend»er 8. The Soudan expedition is now restor ing communications\lietweeii Soakim, .Bcriter, and' Mefemneh, which were closed by the Dervishes twelve years ago. Foor gun lioatej forming part of the ifile flptjUa,"9»kvo left Aba Halned "for Berber. S**pte«uhw 10. The cvacantifm of Berlter by the Dervish garrison lias greatly excite! the natives, and many tribes are now anxious to joiu the British.

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THE EASTERN TROUBLES. THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS NEARING SETTLEMENT. ARMENIANS SENTENCED TO DEATH. LONDON, September 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

The Eastern Troubles. THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS NEASING SETTLEMENT. ABMENIANS SENTENCED TO ^EATH. laOKDOSr, S^pteoiber S. Salisbury's proposal that Groat Britain, France and Russia should control the assigned revenues of Greece.- is sunply a manoeuvre to create a common bond of interest between England and the dual alliance. The "Times" correspondent at Athens states that if England.- will guarantee the indemnity loan, Greece is williug to assign her unpledged taxes, iuclmliug the cnrraut export duties and Ionian export duties as a guarantee for the interest required. Eight A rmeuiaus were sentenced to death in connection with the receut dynamite outrages at Con stantinople. Last week Turkish irregulars fired upon an Italian warship in Cretan waters, and the admirals have con sequently threatened to demand the recall of Djevad Pasha, unless he immediately disarms the Irregulars. September 6. Three hundred persons have been arrested iu Constantinople within three days, suspected of bein...

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TELEGRAMS. THE SITUATION IN INDIA. PUNISHING THE REBELS. THE AMEER ASSISTING THE BRITISH. REBELLION NEARLY OVER. LONDON, September 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

The Situation tin India. PUNISHING THE REBELS. THE AMEER ASSISTING THE BRITISH. REBELLION NEARLY OVER. London, September 3. Generai Eilis who commands ten thousand troop* at Sliadbakar, will advance into the Mokumuds country, and will attack the enemy im mediately. General Yeatman Biggs arrived at Hanpn, and found the nunp mi - r trenched. He is now waiting an Opportunity to attack the eueuiy. TheOoaksais are assembled in grest sooibeFg ia the Samara dis trict. Colonel find of the Uch district in the Swat Valley, has l>eeu directed by General Sir Biudon Blood tu \ support the ^iin of 'Dir,' who is threatened -by "the 'tribesmen- for? saving and supporting ludiau troops in the late risio^. The Uch tribesmen in the Swat "Valley have paid a fine of fifteen thousand rupees. The " Times" correspondent at Simla-, denies- that a second letter lias been sent to the Ameer in con nection with the frontier disturb ances. TheViceroy of India has received a telegram intiiBHti*»«r that Hodda M...

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AFRICAN AFFAIRS. SOUTH AFRICA. LONDON, September 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

African Affairs. SOUTH AFRICA. IrfWDOM, September 3. Dr.J arm-son n>proceeding to Blantyre where lie assumes management of the | construction of the trans continental telegraph line. Sir Harry Esconil»e, Premier of Natal Wrongly advocates a closer union be tween Natal and Cape Colony. j September 10. , The Government of Natal has largely ■ altolisbed its custom does regarding tteJghbouringstatf-s.

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN. GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, September 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

BRITISH AND FOREIGN. GENERAL NEWS. Loxdon, Septwul»er 3. AC naimiurg, the Emperor William declared the presence of Kin^f H nmbert was proof thrt the triple alliance wsfs unshaken and unslntknhie. Colonel Lassetter and other officers of the New South Wales rifles uere enter— taiiied on Wrdinsddj' at a tainjuet Ly th** Cuke of Cnmuiuglit at the uu\al and military cfuh. On Saturday a party of divers re covered nine thousand pounds of silver from the Skyros wreck off Cape ; Finisterre. i A Swiss pastor, an English tourist, \ and two others, while ascending one of the Alpine heights in the Canton of j Vnlais, wen* overtaken hy an avalanche and swept into a crevasse one thousand feet deep. A terrific gale has visited the British coast, and several shipwrecks, l*esidi-s numerous disasters on land are reported. The Duke of Counaught who was in command ut Aldershoi, expressed his complete satisfaction with the numbers of the New South Wales rifles mid his pleasure at having bad them in the c...

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DEATH OF THREE NATIVES. A PECULIAR CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

DEATH OF THREE NATIVES. A PECULIAR CASE. On TVidny last Mr. Ernest W. Anderson, one of the proprietors of Bendliu station, situated some 50 miies from Marble Bar, rejsirled to Serjeant John McCarthy. "fficiT in charge of local |K>lice. tlist on the preceding .HoiHay three aboriginal natives named resjiertivciy Peregergob, aiias spider, aged 4>; Biddy, a female, age al»oiitJ0; and Pull}, a female, age about 25. had died nt lliat station at 6 p.m. under the following ci.-eumstances. The three deceased natives, togelln-r v\itli another named Chaburnmurra, alias Candy and Dan, ran away froin Anderson Bros, station on the 1-itli in-t., mid Mr. Alex. K. Anderson, the informant's hi other and partner, went in pursuit on the succeeding day, coming up with the absconders at Urdhnnk. distant 24 miles from Bendhti homestead. He pursuaded the runaways to return with him, an d left Uedhank Oil tlie following ntoriiit'g, arriving h nne at 2.50 p.m. the same day, the natives having l»ee!i co...

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VICTORIA'S YIELD. MELBOURNE, September 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

VICTORIA'S YIELD. MntBouBKF. September 11. The gold yield for Victoria for August amounted to 6M92ounces.

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