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THE AUSTRALIAN BASEBALLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

BASE B&i&EHS. Mr. JJarry Mnt^rore utronjrij denies tiie acow«tir»i o%di^ioae4f in ronpn-tion Willi Australian fe$£ebail tcim's tburilirori^h A merita.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FEDERAL CONVENTION. (BY TELEGRAPH). SYDNEY, September 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

FEDERAL CONVENTION. (bt telegdaph). Sydxey. September 6. The Federation Bill is now being discussed in Sydney, tlie monetary clauses having been reached. Mr. W. McMillan snid the price New South Wall's would have to pay for federation would be the alteration of her fiscal syst-m. Hon. G. H. Reid dissented from Mr. McMillan, and pointed out that no revenue available for the p;oposed federal Government could possibly be obtained for the first tive years, except from customs. It appeared to him that New South Wales would lose four hundred thousand pounds per annun^ owing 10 the inconsistencies of the taritC ;_ir John Forrest asked what about West Australia. Mr. McMillan said no scheme had yet lieeii devised, which recognised the equities in regard to that colony. Pro ceeding, he said only Victoria and New South Wales were as yet ripe for the union of their railways, and practically also of their State debts. He made a good speech erf upwards of an hour which was much appreciated. The F...

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THE ENGLISH ST. LEGER. LONDON, September 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

THE SKG&ISH.6T. LEGKR. !Losj>ox, September & ISfr. GqW*ns* G»lh-e Alorr von the tot. Irfjgt-tjj iChelapdiry* .Wlcmging to Jjord . llo*rbeiy. being 'second; with St. Cioud thitd. . . ' .

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THE CORONIAL ENQUIRY. September 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

THE CO RON IIL ENQUIRY. (fuom ook Bamboo Cbkek cohresfuxdekt) Septcinlier 23. An inquest was held on Monday after noou 2th ti inst.. by Mr. tsel Ostluud and a jury <>f three, consisting of M.s.srs. A. K. A. Haste, H. O. Uonpin and K. Stanton, at Beiidhit, the residence of Messrs. Anderson Bros , concerning tiie deatn of j ihrce natives, named Spider, Biddy and i Colly. who suceuuilied suddenly at Bendliu , on Wednesday loth inst. I Constable iiattie aitended on beltalfof I tl»e |K>liee. During the morning the bodies were exhumed by Constalde lluttie and viewed by the Coroner and jurymen. L'he follow ing evideuee was then taken: — K. Anderson deposed he was one of the partners in the firm of Anderson Bros. On Monday 13th ins!, he was at Miiecati station and his brother Aliek sent him a note snyiiig Candy and Dan. with two women, had cleared out. He came to Bendiiu on Tuesday tlie 14th irtsi. On Wednesday his brother Atick returned with the unlives, and also Spider, M...

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SWIMMING. PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD. LONDON, September 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

SWIMMING. PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE. WOULD. lrtNtws, Septemlier 8. C it rill and Nut lull swam 500 yards yesterday for - the championship of the world. Nutta'i won the toss, and at DO yards led by two lengths. •; He gradually increased his lead, and at 300 yards Cavili was 25 yards behind. CariJI then retired, and AntlnU finished easily. He ls*at all records, the lime for the full distance being 6min 38s ec. September 10. | A maleli has been arranged between j Tyers and Percy Cavili of three contests,! ttie first to be one utile, between the piers ' at Blackpool, on the 18th ; and the second i to come off at Bl:cck|R»ol on the 22<id. the i distance being five and a quarter miles ; j whilst the third will take place either at Manchester or Hoilingworth, and will be for half a mile, on the 30th.

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ROWING. LONDON, September 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

LOWING. Lokdos, SnpfemlnM- C. The Atnatrnr Itnirinj; Aswiali^n de l-lores it will lie gUd to welcome an Australian Eight, if arrangements can be ma ie to send such a vrcw.

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CRICKET. ROEBOURNE ROVERS v. COSSACK ROEBOURNE, September 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 24 September 1897

CHICK ET. ROEBOCRNE ROVERS r. COSSACK j " - " ' j * r Rofbofekk. September 20. ! 1 cricket mutch between tin* Rocboarne j Borers and a Cossack team, in connection with the Kor*-West Association's s. ries of matches for the premiership, was played j last Saturday on the Hoe bourne Kerreation Ground, in whirh a cement cricket pitch lias Wen laid down. Hoebourne batted first, and totalled -225. of which If. A. Loughmtn, who carried his bat right through the innings, made I HO not out, the highest individual score ever made in the Nor'-West- Mr. B. C. Hare, who was formerly Government Resident here, made 100 not out some six or seven years ago, and several other good scores have been made on the Roebnurne ground lately, namriy : E- W. Edmondston, 85 not out; T. Colvilie, 63: W. Culpiifc. 4/) not out. This improved scoring is chiefly due to llie hew ground and cricket ptch. The Cn ii Service now head the premiership list, and Lough wan has the batting avciage of ;>7 Loxdok. Septembers...

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THE TURF. THE OAKLANDS HUNT CLUB MEETING. MELBOURNE, September 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

TUB -|U«P. THE OAKLAND;* HUNT CLUB MEETING. MECBODftXK, S»-fifeHi)w-r 21. The Oakland* Hunt Ciul> Cup was run for at a racr ttifu-tiug ii<-ld at Moon it; Vall«*y on r^aturdnv. and va> won l»y Hivskilu, ui>li Quern Btf eictmd and Cuimry tiiird.

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THE ENGLISH ELEVEN SAILS FOR AUSTRALIA. September 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

THE ENGLISH ELEVEN SAILS FOB. AUSTRALIA. Sejitenilirr 20. I ll" English cricket < sniliil fur Ausiralia on Friday. "lhy were fate. w«'lled l«y a iarye uud enthusiastic crowd of well wishers. Prh>r t<> Mii!iu;r Stoddart, tin* «-a|»iuhi, Vtat»fl lie did no.' claim for his team that it fe|jr> sents nil England, hut < xprrt««l an ojrii.hm that it nee of ilie str nicest eomhii atiuiic that had ever visited the colonics.

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SPORTING MEMS. [BY TELEGRAPH]. CRICKET. A PARLIAMENTARY TEAM. LONDON, September 16 [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

SPORTING MEMS. ? TElKGBAPal CHICK ET. A PARLIAMENTARY TEAM. Loxiws, StplemlitT 16 j A twin of cricfe.-lfrs oOmpn^-d of ait*tnl«ers of tlii' House of Commons, in— eluding »Is<> s>-vi r.il jw< rs. uill j>r<»l>a' ly j visit Canada Jinil Austiulia rlminir »lie Sf-asou of 1898. Mr Heni.ik«-i-H<-:\toii lias lieen appointed manavr, aud will | visit Australia early in mrlcr in nna'ijje ! details. Tlie t-am will p*'ay in Cnnada, 8ydu«-y, M. ll«oume and Adelaide

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A TRESPASS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

A TRESPASS CASE. J ■Itlhe Marble Bar jKilice court on Hip Turd ult., Bitt|Mm$inucanr sued fto nnxon -DraL,«f tVm^ui ,staiioo,fiir M) on jir itppnt of dtunage. luflined on garden aiea 3So. 413 at Taiga Taiga !y defendant'* cattle. T. Hard a? and F. W i fihdls. JV.1* . unnijiied ihe liend>. ^ <Br. W. E F- Larry a pi***red for th J^uDli!F.nid M r. Fred htobuifon couii urtr< ieSuitdanl'ietiie. Mr- H»fdip stated lie Lad been strrw. , lriili a subpoena, hot « it had not ii?au ■driirerwi in time lie would adjudicate ou Jheeare. - P. JKnnane, plaintiff, stated fie was a ,jmblican tmoiiiiig ai TsJ^iTalca. About • die .cad of July fast some native* lie bad ; •ddwiu l<is garden rame to tlie bouse and ' ^tddliim tliat llolanvon's rattle erra in (be ! "garden and. Lad, enteli up everything. j j£h*iiF«n liour afier this * nia n .nami-d ' t-'ScuUy. informed .-him t to llie same tad. damnpM -the Jeiice «ui^!iteii up llie vegctalilrs: William .Miaebmiugii^wsiated ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

Amendment of Schedule 35 (Scale of Fees and Eents) to the Goldfields Regula tions. Department of Mines, 9ih August, 189/ HIS Excellency the Goreraor in Exe cutive Council, under the powers conferred upon him by Section 99 of the Goldfields Act (59 Vict., .No. 4U), has been pleased to approve of the amendment of Schedule 35 to the Regulations (to take effect from 1st October, 1897), by the omission of the words "Defaulting Share holder's interest in Share or Claim £1," and the substitution of the undermentioned words therefor. E. H. WITTENOOM, Minister for Mines. £ s. d Defaulting Shareholder's interest in 0/aim ... ... ... 0 5 0 Defaulting Shareholder's interest in Cease ... ... ...1 1 O Amendment of Regulation 47 (Market Garden Areas) under the Goldfields Act. Department of Mines, 9th August, 1897. HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council, under tho powers conferred upon him by Section y9 of the Goldfields Act (59 Vic., No. 40), lias been pleased to amend Regulation 47 (to ...

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MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

MINING. PILBARRA GOLD FIELD. MARBLE BAR. A small parrel of about 12 tons from the True Blue, is being treated. at the J Stray &bot battery. The manager *of Hie Augusta mills is now undertaking public crushing, and: seeing this plant is supposed lo be an excellent gold-saver, it should be consider ably availed of by local leaseholders. A crushing of ten tons from a protection area at tlie rear of the Ironclad, genre a return of l2oas. The party holding this hare a reef 3ft. wide, which is easily taken out, and are making something better than wafees out of it. afes < V leRu wrcel of 36 tons is now going through tlieliugusta mills from the llobert Bruce, anjF another tweniy tons is being cojted from the claim, which will be put through as soon as the first-mentioned crushing is completed. The lessees have been about a month getting the 56 tons out, and appear to he doing rery well out of their holding. A correspondent writes us as Follows :—■ " Some time ago it was ...

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THE BANK OF ENGLAND. AN IMPORTANT INNOTATION PROPOSED. [By TELEGRAPH.] LONDON, September 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

THE DANK OF ENGLAND. AN IMl'OBTANT IN NOTATION PJiOL'OSKD. [By Telegraph.] London, September 14. The u Times" declares the leading hanking authorities condemn unhesitat ingly the weakening of the Bank of England reserves, by it adopting the suggestion to hold one fifth of its reserve in silver. It is reported the manage inent of the bank have not definitely decided to adopt the proposal, and its adoption is contingent upon France and America, establishing bi-metalism and also upon the Government guaranteeing the hank against loss. The Governor of the Bank of England has informed the Chancellor of the Exchequer that the directors are willing to form one fifth reserves of silver, pro viding the French mints he opened tc the free coinage of that metal, and also that the buying and selling prices of silver are satisfactory. The " Times " regards the conditions as practically prohibitive, whilst the "Standard " condemns the proposals as both absurd and mischievous. Qbakts for tuk Nor"-We...

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TAMBOURRAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

TA MHO UK UAH. {FEOiT OUR OWN COEBEsrONDF.NT). At last Mh? delivery of the machinery for the World's Fair Coy, has been tinished and the erection of the Iwtiery is also far towards completion. There is the old difficulty of course to be overcome here as in most oilier parts of the North-West, where ma. hitiery has been erected. Water lias not yet been secured and thero m-iy, in consequence, be a long lime yet to wait before it will be ahie to erush any stone. However, we hope the owners will be lueky and {jet it without much trouble. Work is being steadily pushed along iti other holdings, but nothing of note lias oc curred since my last. From the Kiishinattee, two parcels, com prising in all, about Ions, are now beinj carted to the Western Shaw fur treatment but owing to local disturbances, there WlU probably be some littie delay in getting it crashed, A fair return is confidently ex pected.

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FEDERAL CONVENTION. COMPOSITION OF THE FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. THE DEADLOCK QUESTION. QUEENSLAND COMING IN. (BY TELEGRAPH). SYDNEY, September 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

FEDERAL CONVENTION. COMPOSITION OF THE FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. THE" DEADLOCK QUESTION. QUEENSLAND COMING IN. (BT TKLBCHLirjt SyDNET. September 15. The Federal Convention yesterday indulged in a long desultory discussion over the composition of Parliament, and passed a resolution that it should consist of otte member for each fifty thousand people of any colony, or a minimum of five nieinliers. It was also resolved by a small majority to exact special terms from any province coming in after the Bill was passed. The Federal Convention occupied itself today by discussing disappropria tions and tax bills. A debate ensued on the question as to whether the Senate should have equal powers with the lower house. Sir Johu Forrest moved an amend ment giving these powers, but after a long &ud animated discussion, his motion tvas negatived by 29 to 20. Paragraph one, of clause 55, was passed, alter which progress was re ported. On paragraph two, the debate was adjourned. September 16. The Fe...

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WARDEN'S COURT. MARBLE BAR, SEPTEMBER 23. (Before Mr. Axel Ostlund, Warden). APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

WARDEN'S COURT. MARBLE BAR, SEPEMBEil 23. (Before Mr. Axel Ostlund, Warden). APPLICATION FOH EXEMPTION. Mr. Pattisoa Fiuucane, as agent for the Jubilee Ltase, No. 458, situated near Taiga Taiga, applied for one month's exemption in order to enable him to ^ascertain the intention of the , other shareholders with yregard to ' pitting , machinery on the property. The claim had been worked siuce July 2. About 150 tons of stone had been crushed, but it was not possible to have any further parcels put through, as the only !«atfery at Taiga was being pulh-d down. There were already 40 tons available for treat ment. The mine has hitherto averaged 1 £ozs per ton, notwithstanding which it had been worked at a loss to date. Until the battery ceased taking public crush ing, there remained a slight profit, but «-ince then this had I wen expended, and there was no money available for carrying on development work. The Warden stated lie would grant the u>onth asked for. but could not en tertain ...

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LABOUR TROUBLES IN GREAT BRITAIN. THE ENGINEERS' STRIKE. TRADES UNION CONGRESS. (BY TELEGRAPH). LONDON, September 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

LABOUR TROUBLES JN GREAT B RITA IX. THE ENGINEERS' STRIKE. TRADES UNION CONGRESS. (by tf.leghaph). London, September 14. It was decided by the I'rades Union Congress to send a deputation to Lord Salisbury with a view of securing for the employees of the Government the same right of continuation as that enjoyed l>y other workmen. The deputation is also to press for a considerable extension of the functions of the lal>our department. The Trades Union congress resolved to favour the inter nationalism of ull means of production, distributing nnd exchange. The congress decided" in favour of giving municipal authorities power to purchase land for artisans dwellings and for the growth of food for tlie people. M. Pectard warned the congress against attempting the un practicable. Septemlte.r 17. Mr. Mather of the Salford ironworks, has recommended the employers to con cede the men's demands for an eight hours day conditionally upon them abandoning the limitation as to the use of machin...

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CUNNINGTON V. IMPERIAL CORPORATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

CUNJfllTGTON V. IMPKRl AL CORPORATION. George Cunnin^ton sued F. W. Shells as manager for the Imperial Cor poration Ltd., of Western Shaw, for tin sum of £108 12s 6d, wages due, and £40 as damages for breach of ngri-ement under which he contracted to serve the defendant company. Tiu; amount of claim was reduced by £4I I2s 6d, that having been paid to plaiutitFs credit in Roebournu by the defendant's repre sentative. Mr. Lacey appeared on behalf of the plaintiff, and Mr. F. W. Shells for the defendant company. George Cmiuington, plaintiff said he signed tho original of the duplicate agreemeut produced, in Melbourne with the defendant's agents, and ucting iii accordance therewith, he came to Western Shaw to work as a fitter. From the time he left Melbourne to March 1, he was paid wages at the rate of £5 per week. | Mr. Shells here explained that the only item of wages the company was disputing, referred to plaintiffs absence from the mine from May 10 till May 22. Resuming—That agreeme...

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