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INTER-PROVINCIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PERTH, September 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

INTEIt-PROVIN CIAL. [BY TEXiBOBJLPH.] Perth, September 15. The public expenditure of the colony for' August amoaatcd to £229,563 as against £238,934 for July, and £203.044 for August last year. , The gold fields party arrived at Esper uuce, wbete they were cordially received with the usual speeches and functions. Septeuil>er 17. j Mr. McKenzie Grant, J.P., a well known grazier, who resided on his station, Newmarricarra, al»out twelve miles from Geraldton, died yesterday. Yesterday, a man -whose name is unknown, was run over and killed by a train near Parksville. A case of pleuro pneumonia was dis covered yesterday in the neighbourhood of C&iiuiugtou. The Kogiwer in-Chief, Mr. C. Y. O'Connor, O.M.G., returned yesterday by the ELM 53. Orient. He was inter viewed at Albany with regard to his trip to Europe. September 20. The fifth anniversary of the founda- j tion of Coolgardie was celebrated yester day. There was a firm market for W.A. gold stocks at tho Adelaide Slock Ex c...

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A DEFAULTING SHAREHOLDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

A DKFAL'LTIffG SUABFHOLDEE. John Crawford sued Hindi Flattie, to recover the sum of £26 13s 5d, working expanses in connection with an eighth share in the White An^el C. M. Lease, incurred between the dates March 4 and June 17. 1897. Upon tlir latter date defendant uotified his abandonment of his interest in the venture. The plaintiff conducted his own case, whilst Mr. Lucey represented the defen dant, who was absent. Mr. Lncey applied that the tclaim l»e dismissed on the ground that the defen dant not lx'ing a registered holder, had no share in the property. The Warden said it was n court of equity as well as a mining court, and he would therefore give plaintiffan oppor tunity of proving whether there existed any agreement between the parties. Mr. Idicey said if plaintiff could prove defendant held an interest in any way, he would apply for a non-suit, under clause 138 of the regulations He con tended that Hattie not being a registered shareholder, plaintiff could not main tain an ...

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South Australia. ADELAIDE, September 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

South Australia. Adklaidk, Septenilicr 18. The fire in Block 12, Broken Hill, is practically extinguished. 1

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

—THE— Goldfield News. Published every Friday at Warble Bar, ia the Filbun Goldfield. Cd&iMBS all the latest and most reliable information concerning Mining in the 1 ' l*i Ibarra Goldfield, including the centres of Warble Bar, Bamboo . Creek; N ul lagine, Weslern Shaw, North Shaw, Tam- - bourrah. North Pole, - _ and Yandicoogina. Tfeaxs of Sfbscritook nr Apvaxck : £*6d per quarter; 13s half-year; £1 5s year. A wekhsikc Bates ; As per inch per insertion ; applications Cor gold-mining leases, £l As for two inser tions. Hales for the insertion of adver tisements for three • months or & longer period may he had on application. Aoehts t Ernest B. James fAdvertisement Agent), " Morning Herald." Office, Berth Watson & Geyer, Boebooran A- £, A. Haste, Bamboo Creek. Wilfred Jackson, Western .Shaw S- P- I*ynrh, Nullagma 5. Hedlsy, Condon By whom *11 cnbsniptwas or adrerti wients for insertion in the JVlbib fioinRBUi Nkvfb .will be received. mm SAuer for salei or TO IJST...

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

§lbtlaik iStcamsIjijj Co. uurreu. REGULAR STEAM SERVICE TO NOR'-WEST PORTS. % BOY A L MAIL LINK (under contract lo r*m* the West Australian Goveruineui). ,•% low Sates and Tares. Coastal SI ail line to and from Fremantle. XjMRSr sailings for Nor'-West Ports A' as nudi-r :— S.s. ZZrDZAJrOFOZVZS, "tf'- (lOOU tons burthen) LEAVES FBEMANTLK for Nor"-West Ports as fir as Derby on ' SEPTEMBER 24th NEXT. UNRIVALLED, RAPID, and COM MODIOUS PASSENGER nud CARGO STEAMERS, replete with ev.-ry modern coovenii-ui-o, sail regularly (cin-unisiaiu-es permit liim) from Fmnauilt', at least Wfekly (united as -jtirij as jxistihle to canuerl with lite ss. Allan;}, for— Bunluuy Hamlin M<-llioiirne "Vasse Alliariy Sydney Quiudalup Adelaide And Queensland Ports. Special Service to Western Australia. Roomy and trell-rro<il<lnl slramers, speedily adapted and fi-ti-d for the Suvk Carryirg Trade, under the Adklaidb hrBiHKHiF t'o.^ supervision, mil regularly between Southern l'er...

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Bendhu Native Case. SHOCKING DETAILS. SUMMARY OF EVIDENCE AT INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

Bendliu Native Case. SHOCKING- DETAILS. SUMMARY OF EVIDENCE AT INQUEST. Further and more explicit par ticulars are to hand regarding the Beudhu affair, tbau have beeu sup plied by our Batnboo Creek corres pondent. It will be remembered that on September 15 three natives succumbed at Beudhu atatiou three hours after being severely beaten with A piece of three-quarter inch rope, that thrashiug liaviug been administered them by Audersou Bigs., whilst they were 111 a state of. exhaustion, consequent upuu having walked at a good pace, the distance of 25 inilej, which separates Redlmuk from the homestead, without any water whatever. These additional details ouly serve to make the case appear the more unpleasant. Ac cording to the evidence given by Constable Hattie, being the result of his investigations among the natives, it appears that Spider, ; Biduy, Folly, Kaudy, Louie and Minnie ubscouded, and that ou the way across from Redbauk, Folly fell down and Said she wanted water. When the r...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

LOCAL AND GENERAL. * K®*th Bh*w Hotk:u—Ktsewrhere Mr. Samuel Green announces that he has enm Benrej ln«aesK at the North Slitttr, and ■all thirsty.wayfarers may no* ottfrnn re Ifef ttpoa calling at his hotel, which has been .well fitted m tad being commodious and moreuest, tioold be largely arailed •f by the jjbJjKc. » NruaoinMAm Scmr.—Mr. 1. F IjflttlMntitet Engineer fo^-Water Supply, returned to Marble Bar from Nvllegine on Taesday, fiavrag^ made an inspection of the Forty-Mile eout^, and for a considerable distance in its iriaattge.Mr. Smith was ahseptneariyrevendaya from his office, rmdduringthattime travelled 280 miles, ui^ t^it^rer'iosgh hash tracks. Statook.— Oar!!llmlioiiRih^^^ writing ;a)t'4^ S^ -nit-, says.'—"Today, the nktenil necessary to 'tike erection of a telegraph rtafioBst Wettem Shaw arrived. ,an^Htbe}^llible« have heeh completed forso^ tim^t^iopldnothelong before we arejn |»!em^ue'tn<uh«t&die rest of tiiearorit ,. jUomxzBB' tNoarHsnarrK*. — Mr. ...

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THE COMING GENERAL ELECTION September 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

THE COMING GENERAL ELECTION September 16. A very strong Roman Catholic party is being formed in Victoria in. order to combat the Grange interest at the forth coming elections. September 20. Mr. Matbieson, the Victorian Com missioner of Railways, declines to allow outside interference with the internal administration of his department. The Wine Association of Vietoriahas been awarded The Grand Prix for its exhibit of Australian wines at the Brussels exhibition.

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INTERCOLONIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Victoria. THE EAGLEHAWK MURDER. MELBOURNE, September 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

INTERCOLONIAL. [by tulegbaph.] Victoria. THE EAGLE HAWK MURDER. Melbourne, September 15. Charles Hall. convicted of the mnrdt-r of liis wife at Ea*;lehawk, was executed ! yesterday at Bendiyo. The death was a very quiet one.

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THE SOUDAN CAMPAIGN. LONDON, September 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

THE SOUDAN CAMPAIGN. IiCWDON, September 14. The British troops have occupied i Berber. Egyptian gnnbonts liarrassed the JplervisbeS whilst the latter were retreating from Berber, mid com pelled them to abaudou many boat loads of provisions and flee to the desert.

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AFRICAN AFFAIRS. SOUTH AFRICA. LONDON, September 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

African Affairs. SOUTH AFRICA. London, September 14. A dynamite magazine at Johannes burg exploded on Saturday, aud eight natives were killed. Owiug to the scarcity of meat in the Transvaal, a movement is on foot, having for its object the re moval of the duties off imported live stock. September 16. The recently-captured Bechuana land rebel chief. Gelishwe, declares he never would have rebelled uuless an agent of the Transvaal liepnblic had not incited and supplied him with arms.

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN. GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, September 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

BRITISH AND FOREIGN. GENERAL NEWS. Lokdox, September 14. On Saturday the Duke of York laid the foundation stone of an art gallery at Glasgow, which is to cost & quarter of a million. The Baroness Hirscb has decided to adopt the scheme initiated by her hus i«nd for founding a colony of Jewish immigrants in. the Argentina, and also to devote funds for founding a technical school for RuhsianJews. Warranty have Iteen issued for the arrest of 'the sheriff of Ooleraine and 102 officers, for wantonly shooting down a deputation of strikers who w< re in ducing the workmen employed on a coal mine to abandon their work. The sheriff, whose conduct aroused intense indignation throughout the United States, declares the deputation com prised a desperate lot of Hungarians, who knocked him into a ditch and dis regarded the preliminary volley tired in the air. He claims his conduct was justified as an act of self defence. The Kaiser is visiting the Emperor Francis-J osepb. Prince B...

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THE WEST COAST TROUBLE LONDON, September 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

THE WEST COAST TROUBLE" London, September 16. Two Benin chiefs were shot for murdering a missionary, and auoiher chief who was implicated in the murder suicided- ^ The trial of the King of Benin is proceeding.

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

Sotioe. ALti ACCOUNTS due to the under-, signed must he SETTLED not later than 23th SEPTEMBER, 1897, otherwise fegaI proceedings mil bo taken for recovery of same. J. CRAWFORD, Auctioneer, Marble Bar.

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ROEBOURNE NEWS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) ROEBOURNE, September 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

110EBOURNE NEWS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) [from our own correspondent] Roebocrsr, September 27. Miss Rous**, who for many years has faithfully filled the position of niistresa of the RoelKJuroe public school has ten dered her resignation, and it is stated a male teacher will succeed to that post. Two men named respectively, Charles Dewart, and Charles Thompson, alias. Grant, alias Goff, were brought up be fore. Mr. John Brockman, G.R., at the local police court oil Thursday, and charged with stealing a grey gelding on Nannine, Murchison, about August 21 last. The horse alleged to have been stolen was found in their possession w hen they were arrested by the police on the previous day. Sergeant Sun the applied for a remand for eight days to enable the local police to communicate with the police at Nannine, and his ap plication was granted. A delicate operation was cleverly and successfully performed singlehanded by Dr. Hicks 011 a native whose skull had been broken and vvas pressing upon the ...

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CYCLING. CARPENTER WINS 100 MILE ROAD RACE. MELBOURNE, September 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

CY CLI.Ntr. CARPENTER WIKS JQO MILE ROAD RACE. Mrlbodrxk. St***" ' er 21. Jack Cai jHjuh r. on Saturday. »:«m u VitMorian road mce of onu hundred miles.

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THE EASTERN TROUBLES. GRZECO TURKISH TREATY SIGNED. TURKEY EVACUATES THESSALY. LONDON, September 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

The Eastern Troubles. GB/EGG » TURKISH TREATY SIGNED. TURKEY EVACUATES THESSALY. Ijokdoh, September 14. Uwmg to tho" secret landiBg of Turkish tipops in Crete, the admiral of the Iiiteruational fleet have for hidden Torkirhtroop-ships to remain in Cretan waters. "Four fanudrod and twenty-three of tlie Yonng Turkey Parly have "been exiled to Tripoli. -2. , September 15. " Tho powers have, at length, vX JBgreod fcoaceept hord SalisbnijV |prpposal ns a basis for inutnOl agree The Powers have proposed that j the Government of Greece agree to , sanction the appointtnentoi an inter national commission to administer the revenues allocated, and provide the interest ou that country's national debt. Russia haB advised Turkey to evacuate Thessaly within a month after the indemnity loan is issued. September 17. The " Daily Telegraph " declares the treaty between Greece and Turkey has bei u signed. The treaty between Greece and Turkey tms signed on Saturday. The Turkish troops are to be withdraw...

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A.J.C. SPRING MEETING. SYDNEY, September 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

A.J C. SPRING MEETING. SmvKV. Reptt wXier 21. Tin* Australian Jookvy Ci-ul» *»as com-lur}**! ut Rotuiutck on Saturday, tlt»- llaudviick Pint*- of tiint uit its iieiii" wuu Lv P. Xiaxn n s Tencile.

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TELEGRAMS. THE SITUATION IN INDIA. THE POSITION CRITICAL. 59,000 TROOPS ON THE FRONTIER. RAILWAYS BLOCKED WITH TRAFFIC. CONTINUED FIGHTING. LONDON, September 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

The Situation in India. TOE POSITION CRITICAL. 59,000 TROOPS ON THE FRONTIER. BAILWATS BLOCKED WITH TRAFFIC. Continued fighting. IiOirooH, September 14. General Yeatman Biggs inter cepted 10000Oraksais and Afridis iu the ijamara range, and heavily re folsei a bight attack npou his rear guard. The. post at Sbadbakar, near Peshawur, is again threatened by the tribesmen. ! General Sir Bindon Blood passed through .Jlajaur country ou his way, Jto co-operate with General Ellis's column . against the Mokmands,: without meeting with any oppositiuu i from the tribesmen. i The Afridis are reported to be j attacking all the outposts in the Samara, district, on the uorth-west frontier. Tweuty-one men of the 36tli Bengal infantry, heroically defended an oatpost at Saragara against 1000 Qraksais. Ereiy^ member of the little force was killed. One soldier defended the guard room single handed, and was ultimately burned id his post, after killing 25 of the. enemy. September 15. Gangadhar Tilak, edit...

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

Impounding ITotice. (Uuder "Tiwimm Act, 1883-**} rilflB f»I]it,irii){>(:Sre horses hare been JL iiujviutidHi for trespass on" "our fcfathm, and imless damage lie paid, they will Le «>ld under tin* provisions of the iiiOWAel: i)ivfi£uars; tw land fetlocks white; •ItoafT&'S hands; aged; branded 6 near shoulder. £j{ BiaCk GeiDISG ; small star forehead ; atunt IS! hands; sged; yL near shoulder. BtrGsunKn; off hind foot urliite; star forehead; about 15*3 hands; aged; like *jZ3 near Hugh. B&owk Gkuhng ; off liind fetlock nliite: Star and snip ; nb«ut i<Mtatid« ; aged; like ° orer AKf near shoulder. BUCK MsSB; srhile round hind fet lurks; star and smalt snip; about 15 hands; four years; MIC near shoulder GRANT. ANDERSON, Sr EDGAR (per A- W. Edgar). 3?OU ! N MALLTSA 111T.V. and now in paddock. One BAT MAKK, aged, off eye out ; branded something like W on pff tmonldrr. If not rlaiined within the time aliutred bj Its, wilt he sold to defray expenses.. RE V. HE...

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