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BALLA BALLA NEWS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) BALLA BALLA, September 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 1 October 1897

BALL A BALLA NEWS. TKOKGBiPH.) (from ore owx c » b » fx pox d:: kt}. Raala Balla. &-pt«-i«U>r 24. At ft puhwc meeting Ui-ld nt IhtUn Ball*, which is the pm-t *.f tlu- IMhana i and WVteni Shaw (i it 1 fields and of the eopperfields of Kgnta and Whiui Oi**-k, on V\*« duesday lusu it uhb uuaiiimouslv ngra-d thftt a petition 1p cueul&ted for <dguututv, Mint theu be presented to the lion. the Commissioner of Crown Lands, requesting that au area. of the State lands, comprising 30.000 nco-s, («• reserved for public purposes. The country Msk«-d for adjnit s the Ihdln flalla towMbjie. and emliraca-s a pool similarly tiamtd. whidi contains ft per maiient supply nf fresh water. In t ie* of tlte importance of this port to the iwidfUts «if the surrounding gold and cupperficlds, it is absolutely necessary that the area applied for should l*e at mice granted, as there arc aimut twenty teams mow employed eartini; goods from there, as mil ns something like TO camels, an...

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POLICE COURT. MARBLE BAR, SEPTEMBER 30. (Before Mr. Axel Ostlund, R.M). ILLEGAL DITENTION OF HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 8 October 1897

POLICE COUEf. itABBLEBAJX, SEPTEMBER 80. (Before Jffr. Axel Ostlond, R.M). - ff.tfjnM, DEtEKBQK or HORSES tiKS' sitting a complaint laid by Bobert Buckland against A- W. Edgar, came on for hearing. The complainant alleged that defendant neglect*-d to comply with 42 VicL, No. 7, Bool 9, in connection with the impounding of certain cattle, the property of pt&iutiff Mr- W. E. P. Lacyy appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. A. W. Edgar, defend ant, answered the plaint in person. Roliert Buck land stated he was a coach proprietor running periodically between Marble Bar and Condon. He kept a change of horses on Messrs. Grant, Anderson, and Edgar's property, It being necessary to his business. He had an arrangement with Mr. Edgar by which be *as to pay the agistment fees in advance. There was however, no stipulated time. He had ma.!. default in a payment, previous to the one mentioned in connection with the CRSa' He afterwards paid the fees due Trame A liayner, who received the money ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 8 October 1897

Amendment of Schedule 35 (Scale of Fees and Rents) to the Goldfields Regula tions. Department of Mines, 9lli August, 1897 HIS Excel lency the Governor in Exe cutive Council, under the -powers conferred upon him by Section 99 of the Goldtields Act (59 Vict-, No. 40), has been pleased to approve of the amendment of Schedule 35 to the Regulations (to take effect from 1st October, 1837), 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 Mine*; £ s. d Defaulting Shareholder's interest in Claim ... ... ... 0 6 O Defaulting Shareholder's iaterest in Lease ... ■ ...1 1 0 Amendment of Regulation 47 (Market Garden Areas) under the Goldfields Act. Department of Mines, 9th August, 1897 HI S Excellency the Governor in Executive Council, under the powers conferred upon liiui by Section 99 of the Goldfields Act (59 Vic., No. 4ti), has been pleased to amend Regulation 47 ...

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INFLUENZA AND RHEUMATISM. FORMIDABLE FOES MASTERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 8 October 1897

INFLUENZA. AND RHEU MATISM. FORMIDABLE FOES MASTERED. Among those who speak in grateful terms of the wonderful curative powers of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is Mr. William Carroll, of Sydney, Manitoba. Canada. Mr. Carroll says :—Following an attack of influenza, ray whole system was so weakened that it was with ; difficulty I could do any work. In this I condition I was an easy prey to my old enemy, rheumatism, and 1 suffered the : agony of its pains in almost every l>one I in my hody. I doctored a great deal, j hut without any beneficial results, and I ! spent seventeen dollars for one medicine i largely advertised as a cure for rheu- j inatism, without the least benefit. I ; naturally felt despondent, and thought j the trouble had fastened itself upon me in permanent form. I had read so utucli about Dr. Williams' Pink Pills! that I at last determined to give theiu a trial. I can't say that I felt anything in the way of lieueficial results until I: had used the third box, but at t...

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ROEBOURNE NEWS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) ROEBOURNE, October 5th. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 8 October 1897

ROEBOURNE NEWS. (Br TELEGEAPH.) £fkom our own corbesjondrnt! ROEHOUKNe, October 5th. A Japanese storekeeper at Cossack was tiued £54 9s. and costs for being knowingly concerned in the fraudulent evasion of certain customs duties by de claring an invoice genuine which was subsequently admitted to lrave lieen made out by the defendant. Seven Japanese women who arrived from Singapore by the last Sultan were fined to the total of £147 13s. for deny ing the possession of a quantity of duti aide drapery, which was afterwards found upon their persons. Tho goods iu both cases were confis cate. In the Wardens Court Edward Francis secured a judgment against the attorney :»f the f.'tray Shot and Excel sior Gold Mines, Ltd., for £397 Is. Id., together with one years interest at five per cent, for monies advanced in wa«es and other expenses in connection with the mines during the time those proper ties were under option to the company. The Civil Servants take the cricket premiership this season....

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LABOUR TROUBLES IN GREAT BRITAIN. THE ENGINEERS' STRIKE. CAUSING GREAT DISTRESS. LONDON, September 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 8 October 1897

LABOUR TROUBLES IN GREAT BRITAIN. THE ENGINEERS' STRIKE. CAUSING GREAT DISTRESS. London, September 18. Uwing to the strike iu the engin eering trade, great distress prevails at Bolton. The engineers out on strike have 1 expressed their willingness to discuss their grievances with their em- j ployers, T.he latter proposal how- i ever, is not practicable. j The Board of Trades intervention proved fruitless, and the strike has now extended to Bristol, and also to Toley, in Vurkshire. Four thousand ineu are idle from Gray's ship, aud a i similar number at Denny's yards, i Dumbarton. The funds of the amalgamated, union, machine, and geueral laborers are now exhausted. September 22. Mr. John Burns, the well-known labour leader, states the employers will consent to a conference. Neprember 24. The employers of cotton spinners in Manchester are threatening a re duction of 5 per cent, in wages. This step is actively resisted by tbe operatives.

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MARBLE BAR PUBLIC BUILDINGS. COMPLETION OF THE CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 8 October 1897

JIAKBLE BAB PUBLIC BUILDINGS. COMPLETION OF THE CONTRACT. >. , At the writation of Mr. H. T. Templar, ^contractor for ti,e Marble Bar public yttildiugs, a number of gentlemen, repre tentative of local mining. business, and (be Government service, on Monday evening list gathered together at the Marble Bar hotel, to celebrate the completion of the fsntract, and at the same time bid tbpir ost farewell Mr. Andrew Elliott, who was in charge of the catering, had an ex cellent repast spread, and after full justice had been done the viands, a rather lengthy toast list was gone through After tlio usual loyal tribute had been paid. Mr. Elliott proposed the Wealth of the host- He remurked it was a duty that gave him great pleasure. Mr. Teutplar, -during his sojourn on the Bar, had made tnanv friends, and his departure on the morrow would cause considerable reg et, as all were sorry to lose such a ~ jolJygood Jellow." MrO'Malley supplemented the previous speaker's remarks. He had, had the pl...

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FEDERAL CONVENTION. (BY TELEGRAPH). CONCLUSION OF THE SITTING. SYDNEY, September 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 8 October 1897

FEDERAL CONVENTION. (by telegraph). CONCLUSION OF THE SITTING. Sydney," Septeinl>er 21. The Federal Convention continued the discussion on the Deadlock provi sion. Mr. Barton suggested rescinding it, and asserted that Mr. Symou's resolu tion would Iw-gin all .over again. This suggestion was ignored. Mr. Carruthers: Both houBes should dissolve in case of a deadlock, and then if the matter remain still unsettled, a joint two-thirds majority be allowed to decide Mr. Lyne moved for a national refer endum, but bis motion was defeated by a large majority. The Convention spent to-day in dis cussing the provisions for deadlocks, j and after four days of debate Mr. Symon's amendment, altered slightly by Sir George Turner, Mr. B. R. Wise and Ron. J. H. Carruthers, was passed. The work of the second session was practically completed to day, and the following are the results briefly summed up : A three days' deliate on finance ended in: h&ngiug that question up. The equal ^presentati...

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LOCAL COURT. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6. (Before Mr. Axel Ostlund, R.M.) LINTONS VERSUS MACKAY BROS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 8 October 1897

LOCAL COURT. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER a (Before 3Jr. Axel Ostlund, R.M.) L1KTOK8 VEBStrs SUCC1Y BHOS. This -was a claim by Adam Edward Lin tons upon Maekny Bre*s. for £89 9s 2d. commission due on sale of certain stock. Mr- W\ E. F. Lacey for the plaintiff, tlie defendant conducting his own case. The plaintiff said he had been connected , in business with the defendants as statioD I manager. He had an agreement with them, which he produced. Under the terms of that agreement he was entitled to a percentage on all the stock sold dur ing his management- He »*« to get five per cent, commission while that agreement was in force, but before he took, over the management of that station he-was.to re ceive £150 per annum and the commission, and during that time he sold for the de fendants li t sheep and 10 bullocks. He likewise collected certain monies on ac count of a butchering business. In his capacity as manager he also sold a era light mare named Podgy. That was after he took over the manageme...

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INTER-PROVINCIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PERTH, September 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 8 October 1897

INTEE^PROVINCIAL. £by TELEGRAM-3 Perth, September 21. A disastrous tire occurred in Murray street, Perth, at four o'clock this morn ing. The Federal Chambers, a large two-storey building, being gutted. It is estimated the damage done amounted to £7000. Later. The damage caused by the tire at the Federal Imildings is now estimated at frora,£lU>00 to £13.000. The Attorney-General has decided to enter a u nolle prosequi " in the case of W B. Bishop, late managing director of Abbotts Gold Mine, who was recently committed on a charge of embeszlemeut When giving evidence before the Mining Commission yesterday, Mr. Doolette estimated that one scam on tlie Collie coalfields contains 320,000,000 tons of coal He did not think it would cost more than nine shillings per ton to land the coal at Perth. B. James, a cyclist. now on Ins way from Mount Magnet to Melliourne, lias n«ch?d Port Augusta. The jLands Ofii« at Katanning was robbed of £100, principally in cheques. The Governor, Sir Gerard ...

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MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 8 October 1897

MINING. PILBAERA GOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR We have received a copj of the articles of association of the recently constituted! Perth Chamber of Mines, and enumerated among the names of the carioiis genilemea —mostly Parliamentary representatives of goidfiolds constituencies who compose the council thereof— wc are pleased to. notice that of Mr. Walter Kingsmill, M.L.A-, the member for this district. Tho objects for which this chamber lias been, formed are set forth in 1.3 paragraphs^ Thirteen^ we mny remark, is by tLe super stitious considered aa unlucky number,, but in this case Lt is to be hoped it may prove the reverse- Tlio chamber will strive to promote and protect the mining industry of this province in all its branches. It will compile and circulate statistical in formation relating to the several matters, connected with minings and will enter in lev. communication with similar institutions elsewhere, with a view of acquiring andk supplying such information, that obtained, to be a...

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South Australia. ADELAIDE, September 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 8 October 1897

South Australia. Adelaide, Septemlier 24. The Bishop of Adelaide will arrive in Australia next January. Mr. Flay ford has expressed strong disapproval of the mission of Mr. Ernest Go ret t, who has been entrusted by the South Australian Government with the sale of mortgage bonds oi the State Bank.

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ESTABLISHMENT OF SESSIONS AT MARBLE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 8 October 1897

ESTABLISHMENT OF SES SIONS AT MARBLE BAR. At the conclusion, of the local court on Wednesday last, Me.. W. E. E Lacey said he would, move that the court enter into, communication, with; the properly constituted authorities and. represeut to them that this district greatly required the establishment of quarter sessions for the conduct of pub lic and judicial business.. He would point out that it was not good for the morality of the coinuiuuity as things were at present. If ha had a horse stolen now it paid hira to-let the ani mal go rather than proceed to lioe • »ourne and be bound over to prosecute That was not a condition of affairs ad vantageous to the community in gen eral, and he therefore moved the court to that effect. He might mention that before the present commodious, buildings, were erected, and before the present facilities were granted for quarter sessions, he had occasion to write officially to the Attorney-General on this matter, and had received a reply stating that t...

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INTERCOLONIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] New South Wales. SYDNEY, September 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 8 October 1897

INTERCOLONIAL. [by telegraph.] Hew South Wales. Sydxev, September 24. At the Weutworth Proprietary mines, Luck now, on Wednesday night, it is alleged, t»o dynamite booths were thrown ,at the building, in which 50 free aboorers were. ' On fcumiay uighfc Sir Daniel Cooper was appointed temporary Agent-General for New South Wales, pending the ap pointment of Sir Saul Samuel's sac

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TELEGRAMS. THE SITUATION IN INDIA. THE QUEEN EXPRESSES SYMPATHY AND APPRECIATION. WAR AND PLAGUE. LONDON, September 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 8 October 1897

The Situation in India. THE QUEEN EXPRESSES SYMPATHY AND APPRECIATION. WAR AND PLAGUE. LosdoVj September 18. The Qaeen iiM.cabled the Earl of Elgifl etpncaog her grief at the loss of bo nan/troops, aad her up precistioa of . the admirable conduct of the soldiers during1 the campaign, The punitive expeditions conduct ing operations on. the frontier have inflicted several defeats, more or less severe, on the enCmy daring-the past few days. September 22. The notorious ftadda Mullah at tacked the force under the command of Sir Bipdon, Blood, on Monday night at LakaraL Colonel Wode lionse was wounded and the British | had one killed besides -fourteen | wounded. The Saltan is reported to have received vui address from the Moham medans of Karachi, North-west India, iu which they declare that although apparently British subjects they are morally, actually under the protection of the Sultan, and would be ready to sacrifice their lives and fortunes for the sovereign .of the Mohammedans. ^ Ool...

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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, September 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 8 October 1897

GENERAL NEWS. Jjoinxm, September 18. - Mr. E. T. Hooley's syndicate has •greed to advance , two million pounds for the • construction of the Shanghai Sadm-Koolun^ railway and -three tail)km pounds for the extension of the line to llanan. - ' * Souae British troopers were stoned at a native village, near Cairo on Sunday, and several arrests have, in couseqnence been made. All enraged mob broke open the gaol, in which an Italian, who recently as saulted the President of the Mexican Republic, was confined, seised and hacked him to pieces. It lias since been ascertained that the uian was unarmed and drank when he attacked President Eioz. It is reported that H.M.S. Royal Arthur will replace the Orlando as flag ship on the Australasian Station. September 22. Sir Wilfred L&uricr declares he will not rest until the whole of Canadian produce and 90 per cent, of that of the United States are carried by the St. Lawrence route. J. P. SJavin, the well known pugilist, is dead. The Sheriff...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 8 October 1897

THE — Pilbarra Goldfield News. FaUisbed every Friday at Marble Bar. in j the Pilbarra Goldfield. Contains all the latest and most reliable | information concerning Mining in the Pilbarra Goldfield, including the centres of Marble Bar, Bamboo Creek, Nnliagine, Western Sbavr, North Bhar, Tam - tonrrali. North Pale, and Yondicoogtaa. Terms of f uBseiupnoir iir Abvalct : 6a 6d per quarter ; 13s half-year; f 1 Bs year. Adiikbiso Baiss: 4s per inch per iuertion j applications for gold-mining leases, £1 4s for two inser tions. Ilatai for the insertion, of adver tisements for three months or a longer period may be had on application. Assfn^ Ernest R- Junes (Ad««vttsetneni Agent), "Morning Herald "Office, Pferth. Watson A Gayer, Boeburns A. E. A. Haste, Bamboo Creek. Wilfred Jaclaon, Western Shaw 8. P. Lynch, Nuflagine 6. Hedley, Condon By whom all sabscriptions or advertise meats for insertion in tlio Pilbakej fiotsnsm Nbwb will he received.. Job Printing OF, ALU DESCRIPTIONS EXECUTED1 WITH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 8 October 1897

§l&tlafire j&teamslit# Co. uumu. REGULAR STl&U SERVICE TO NOR'-WEST PORTS. BOXAL MAIL LINE (under contract to die vest Australian Government). Low Sates and Fares, Coastal Mall Line to and from Fremantle. FIRST sailings for Nor'-Wesl Ports it andtr:— S3. IHBIASOPOLIS, (1000 tons burthen) LEAVES FREMANTLE for Nor*-West Porte as far as Derby oa SEPTEMBER 24th NEXT. UNRIVALLED. RAPID, and COM MODIOUS PASSENGER and CARGO STEAMERS, replete vitii every modern conrenienre, sail regularly (circumstances permitting) _ from Fremantle, at least weekly (united as often as possible to connect villi the s-a. Albany), for— Banbury . Hamlin Melbourne Vasse Albany Sydney Qnindalnp Adelaide And Queensland Ports. Special Service to Western Australia. Roomy and well-reniilaied steamers, speedily adapted and fitted for the Stork Carrying Trade, under the Adelaide Stkahbhip Go.'s supervision, run regularly between Soul hern Porta and Nor*-West Ports, bringing Stock, Cargo. Explosi...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 8 October 1897

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Ball* Ball*. Cacseway.—Mr. Thomas Oolliiis, supervisor of tJ.e Ball# JJalJa causeway, has arrived at the latter place. North Pule Weil.—Mr. B. Connelly's tender was Hie lowest put in for the sink ing of a well at North Pole, about one mile from a prospecting gully of the same name. Fresh Watkk struck at Port Ked ^ D- A good supplj of fresh water was, we are informed, struck, last week at Port lied Lane, in * *ell that has been put down in the lulls on a plain about half a mile from what is known as the port. The Wood-shit* sans.—The wool-ship Arabella, which lias been lying off Condon for some weeks loading wool from various North-West stations, sailed on Wednes day, 29th lilt., for Boodarie, there to com plete her loading. T_ Medical Offices.— Dr. 11- W. Nix, local resident medical offirer^returnedto MarjIe Baron. Tuesday hist from Bamboo Creek. and BeudUu Station. At the latter place Dr. N ix con ducted a post mortem examination upon the bodies of the three nati...

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PUBLIC BATTERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 8 October 1897

PUBLIC BATTERIES. A*ou« tbe matters engaging &e &fteu£*ou of 'the Milling Commission,; andfor which that body will be Ex pected to find' a solution, is that of the establishment of public batteries: at various places throughout the colony's goldfieldg. We have before referred to the impetus that would ■surely be given ■ to the mining in dustry, especially ou Pilbarra Gold*, field, by the erecting of these crash ing piauts at outlying places, far removed from where facilities for the treatment of the gold-beariug ore may now be obtained. It has been as serted in some qaarters that private; enterprise should be left to meet the public- wants in this direction, but though there is no doubt this is dune in the mare settled centres of aut-of tbe way places, where perhaps a battery wonld return nothing beyond workiug expenses, private enterprise fights shy. Were such crushing plants established by the State they should be worked opon a business basis, and though the rates ...

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