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TELEGRAMS. THE SITUATION IN INDIA. PUNITIVE EXPEDITION RETIRING. HEROIC TRIBESMEN. LONDON, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

TKLKGRAMS The Situation in India. PUNITIVE EXPEDITION RK TIEING, REBOR3 TKIBKSMEN. Lokik)!*, September 20. The tribesmen in the Upper Swat Valley hare submitted. Tbey sur rendered their rifles after the defeat of the tribesmen at Badeni Pass, Jfallalis Haddi and Sufli fled. The expedition despatched against the tfibesmea on the North-West frontier is beginning- to retire, the Mohmnuds being thoroughly cowed. September 29. General Elite, with three brigades, are now marching on Shadbakar. When Muliab tfaddi's home was attacked it was desperately defended by his fanatical followers. Eight Gbasis charged the British lines under a perfect hail of bullets, and were not stopped qutil they were hilled. General Sir Biudon Blood's, Capt. Jeffery's, and General Meikeljuhu's brigades will remain beyond Mala Icaud aud will not participate iq operations against the Afridis, September 30. The Ameer of Afghanistan has ordered the Governor of Jellalabad to drive back the deputation of Afridis and O...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FORTY YEARS MINING IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

FORTY YEARS Ml NINO IN AUSTRALIA. I halted at the gate of a pretty bash residence, which answered to the de scription supplied me, and asked of the lady whom I found enthusiastically gardening, "Does Mr. T, J. Thomas lire here J* Receiving a vety pleasant reply, which assured ine that I had! inade no mistake, I was conducted to' the presence of Mrs. Thomas, who, in the absenoe of her husband, who is a miner, gave me the following interesting details for publication;— My husband and I hare lived in ITeathcote (Victoria) and the immediate vicinity for 41 years, 36 of which have been spent on this spot. Your home is most charmingly situ ated and it would appear that the local ity suits your health admirably. Appearances are misleading some times, and although I am hale and hearty now and am oyer 74 years of age X have seen a great deal of trouble and suffering. Why, until a short tiuie ago I had not knowu for 40 years what per manent relief frojn pain was. You have had more than your s...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRITISH PRESS COMMENTS. LONDON, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

jrajTlSH Pit ESS COMMENTS. IvOxpoif, October 6. The f< Westminster Gazette," com menting' upon the offer of New South Wales troops to proceed to India; remarks the offer is inopportune and is calculated to weakeu Great Britain's prestige. The " St. J a mes' Gazette" advises the Government to accept the offer, remarking that the presence of the colonial troops in India would be an admirable demonstration of the unity of the Empire, , The Daily News" thinks it possible the offer of Kew South < Wales to send a contingent to India,1 will .not be accepted on the grounds that the men will arrive too late. The ,f Morning Post" strongly urges acceptance of the colonial troop's offer.

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LABOUR TROUBLES IN GREAT BRITAIN. LONDON, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

LABOUR TROUBLES IN GREAT BRITAIN. Lokdos. September 26. On fv).tnrd»y ,£36,000 'was dis tributed in strike pay throughout England. Later. :-^rbe £|taatu>h in tibe labour world has 4>y; no oi^ans ^improved, not with standing Jnepeated AunonnoeBaents that a -bebraea tho jdirouUnt* was probalile. It is now declared that the London shipbuilding" and engineir ing trades, as well as a n umber of other employers, who not long binee adopted the eight hours day, have decided to revert to the nine hours system, and have already served notice to their em ployees to this effect. They declare the eight hours arrangement^ haB^prtftedv most unsatisfactory, and add further that the trades unions' continued "Sir croachments hnve forced the employers' association to take steps to protect their respective trades.

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COLONIAL TROOPS VOLUNTEER. WANT TO GO TO INDIA. SYDNEY, September 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

COLOXXAI< TROOPS FOLUNTEER. WANT TO GO TO INDIA Stdxey, September 28. Bifthty of the New Sooth Wales lancers have intimated to Major Ceaeral French their willingness to eeiro with the troops id India. That officer H$s requested the Gorerameut to take eteps to allow their request to be carried into effect. Major' , General French suggests the term of service he fixed -at six months at the fropl, hot the men araqmte prepared to serve ayear ihoe^BSary. The matter will be considered by the Cabinet this - afternoon, bat it is understood Ministers are generally. ]hlcfo,d»p(apoEal Major ' Frfencb VdSdv^Teithttrttie Indiau or the Imperial Governments wjll gladly bear the cost of the ex pedition, especially as cavalry are much needed in India. It is under stood the scheme provides for the despatch of 100 men. As soon as the action taken by the lancers became known, a consider able number of iufautry also volun teered, bat their applications have not yet been dealt with. September ...

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FATAL ACCIDENT AT BUNBURY. AN ITALIAN THE VICTIM. (BY TELEGRAPH.) PERTH, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

FATAL, ACCIDENT AT blnblux. AN ITALIAN THE VICTIM. (BY TELEGkATH..) Pisetu, October 9i. A fatal accidjeut occurred; at I3zm,-L bury yesterday, at the 3,4-Mile cofc^ ting, on the Dnuny.brook- Bridgetown, railway. It appear a a gang of men, were engaged, in. loading a, truck with:sandl from fbp cutting, when, a, fallof earth, occurred; A,u. Itajiau,. nam# d lien uoltrtj Mjello,. w;^ standing between, the waggon, ajid eartlw. and Was. dri,ven. against a truck, by the felling' mass. He was. not entombed,, butr when, extricated; from, his. position was found. dead. Deceased was oidv emraged'ou: the work an, hour-and-a-half: bef-. re the accident occurred.. The nnCortunate- fellow was. a married, man.with his w.ife andfkroijj;' living in. Italy... The body was. taken to. Dnuny-. brook, by the contractors' brain,, tbeuce- brought- bo Bnnjbury,. where? an inquest was- formally opened;

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MARBLE BAR PUBLIC BUILDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

MARBLE BAB PUBLIC BUILDINGS. Tie contractors,, having (inished their labours, a brief description of tlie build ings upon wbich they have for many months past been engaged, may not be amiss, and may prove of interest to out side traders. Messrs. Templar Bros, have executed this task hi their customary good style, and the prestige of the tirm certainly will not suffer from, the way their latest effort has been carried out. Anyone engaging in. a contract of magnitude in this portion of the colony niust expect innumerable difficulties until Port Hed land is available, when of course the d< lays, k>ss. and expense at present en tailed upon die consignee of large quantities of goods wiH be reduced to a minimum. Tlie three structures which represent th^" last attempt of the Government to meet the requirements of this district, comprise a hospital, Government resi dency, and quarters for the Resident Medical Officer. The Warden's quarters are situated upon the spot occupied i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

Cass.. — CHARGE ALTERED* TO WILFUL. MURDER,. HEARING; POSTPONED. TILL. MONDAY.. To-day,nt the Marble Bar Magiateriall Court,, the ch arge prefecr«d against Ernest William Anderson and Alexander, Edwin, indereon, of manslaughter, which, was re-, manded from the Bamboo'Polire Court on. the 4th inst,, came on for hearing: It was found,, bowerer,. when. the. indict-: meat was road that the charge had been, altered to.»ke more serious one of murder,, it being lo-the effect that the twaarcased. were charged that on or about the 15th, September last, at Bendhu Station, in (he Pi Ibarra. Goldfielda District. they felon iously and wilfully, and of thpir mslieedidt kill and murder Warradamngenjnay;i,.aiia&. Biddy, and Narilung. alias Polly, two, aboriginal females, and I'riogermurra, alias. Spider, an aboriginal man, Mr. W._E. P: Lseey appeared' for the. defence, and Police-Inspector D re wry con-, ducted the prosecution. Inspector D re wry stated he had been, instructed to alter the ...

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CAULFIELD CUP. LATEST BETTING. (BY TELEGRAPH.) MELBOURNE, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

CAULFIELD CUP. JUTESr BETTING.. {(By TEI>EGKAJ?H.); M-E-BouiiKf. October 14v. The- pjitri^aJ feature in. tap. 1 letting; nijiclc^t. to-day, wjfi the strong support ap-. corded. Pan} Pry. fpr the OauHiplch Cup.. C)rder.s fur the \V,estpr;\ Australian.°«wdi gelding veere. coming, ia, freely,, and; hp mpst hare been backed, to. win, about £$d00. Betting closed, at UX>» to - 8. as best offer, l]renf was easier,.l^Oito 12> being offered against htm, A. wager ol 2UOO to. 100- was taken, about Nor'-East 6(Xl.to 4Awas laid, about Parihpnopaeus;; and 500 to 30.Gaula&.

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CYCLING. PERTH, September 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

CYCLING. PeBTH, September 29. Piatt Betts, the Kuglish cyclist, is a passenger for Sydney in the steamer China, which arrived at Albany yester day.

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SPORTING NEWS. [BY TELEGRAPH]. CRICKET. HOUSE OF COMMONS TEAM. LONDON, September 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

SPORTING HEWS. ■' T — "■ rBTVEUSOSAra]. " CRICKET. HOUSKOF COMMONS TEAM. Ijohdok, September 22. Mr. Hen ruber. Heatou, M. r.. bast Bailed for Australia- He is authorised ' to arrange vriUi the Tictoriiiu and Kew J BoQ.ii Wales cricket associations. 1

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THE CUBAN INSURRECTION. AUTONOMY REFUSED. WARLIKE PREPARATIONS BY SPAIN. [BY CABLE] LONDON, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

THE CUBAN IXSURBEC TiON. AUTONOMY REFUSED. WARLIKE PJKEPAIIATIGNS by SPAIN. [by CiBM",] Lovdon, October 8. It lias transpired that one of the first acts of the new Spanish Premier, Hi nor Sagusta, was to oSer autonomy to the Cubans conditionally upon tiiem ac knowledging the suiser-ainty of Spain, ft appears, however, the insurgent loaders have refused to accept autonomy o.t these terms and insist that absolute independence should lie conceded. General Weyler, Comniaridpr in Chief of the Spanish forces in Cuba, who recently refosed to resign his post when given the option of so doing, has lieen recalled. In view of the insurgents declining to accept autonomy oil the conditions named by the Spanish Government, preparal ions are being made to farther prosecute the war, and reinforcements are being got ready for transport to the scene of action. 0eto1>er 9. S-::ior Sagastu, the Spanish Premier, has addressed a despatch to the Govern ment at Washington dealing with the situation iu C...

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INTER-PROVINCIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PERTH, September 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

INTER-PROVINCIAL. {by TEI.E6HJIFB.] Peutb, beptemJ»er ?9. Messrs. Clarke & Co., share brokers, of Adelaide, have offend lo locally dis pose of W«-st*aliav» Treasury Pills to the value of from £500.000 to £1.000.000. Over 600 pussengars from the East ern Colonies landed at Frcni&ntle yev teiduy. The members of tho Mining Com mission left for Southern Cross yester day ~ The Governor, Sir Getard Smith, re ceived a very important despot eh from Mr. Chamberlain, Secretary of State, for the Colonics, ou the recent conference in London. W. Eyre, a jockey, who was severely injured at Canning Park on Saturday, died last night. <letol>er 1. « Tin? Govern incut has decided not to declare the whole of East Kiiuberley a quarantine area, as recommended by the Inspector of Stock. The Westrolian delegates to the Federal Convention left Adelaide for Albany yesterday in tbe R.M.S. Oroya. According to tbe Coolgardie Chamlmr of Mines, the gold yield for Septeinb.r totalled...

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Tasmania. THE MILLBANK ESTATE LOTTERY. THE PRIZE WINNERS. HOBART, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

Tasmania. THE MILLBAVC ESTATE LOTTEBY. THE PBIZE WINNEHS. Hobaht, Octolier 2. Jlie iattar&alts. drawing at Hobart for tho M it lliank Estate resulted thus:— 1. (Hutidroff), Kauowna, W.A.; 2. O'Donnell, Queenstown, N.Z. ; S. Miss BarhaiU, Batburst j 4. Mornica & Co , Syduey ; 5. Gillespie Yarrow, West Maitlaud ; 6. Yerbury, Teiuora Road, Muitland ; 7. O'DonneH, Cootamundm ;' 8. McDowell, Lake View, Kalgoorlie, W.A.; 9. Morrow, Hay; 10. Rose, (HdJtmco; 11. Jack, Bendigo; 12. Mrs. Griffin, Yass; 13. Schlieks Mer roll, German Creek, Temora ; 14. Cntruuius, Junee ; 15. Winfield: Syndi cafce, (Seeking. 'ihe list closed with » tot at of 105.500 shares, out of 116,000 j originally offered, and the schedule has therefore twen proportionately revised. , The chn-f prise was 324 acres of land at i Junec, New South Wales

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MR. SEDDON CONGRATULATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

MBf SEDDON CONGllATULATED. Replying to the congratulations ten dered him in the New Zealand Parlia ment yesterday, Mr. Seddon (the Premii-r), said the piactice which pre vailed in England of parliamentary leaders conferring together regarding matters of importance was uorthy of imitation in the colonies.

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SERIOUS FIRE AT COOLGARDIE. GREAT DAMAGE TO PROPERTY. HUMAN REMAINS FOUND IN DEBRIS (BF TELEGRAPH.) PERTH, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

SERIOUS FIRE AT COOL GARDIE. GREAT DAMAGE TO PROPERTY. HUMAN REMAINS FOUND IN DEBRIS (BF TELEGEAPff.) Pehth, Oetol^r 7. Another serious fire occurred &t CgoI gardie at half past three on Wednesday morning, when the Denver City Hotel was found to he in flames. In less than three minutes after the alarm had been givt n. the whole building was enveloped in a sheet of flaine. The tire soon spread to some adjoining buildings, comprising a greengrocer's shop, kept hy Creenlialgh, Phillip's billiard saloon, and Bracey's florists shop, ail oE which were completely destro)ed. Not until these places had lieen gutted were the fire brigades able to make any headway against the outbreak, then however, the fire was gradually sub dued. Nothing was saved from the Denver City Hotel, whilst Phillips was equally unfortunate, his saloon, which was furnished with three excellent billiard tables, being completely destroyed The unlucky proprietors of the Queens land Cafe only yesterday had their p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

SICKNESS IN SYDNEY. At the preset moment there is /i grent d«*al of sickness in the colony. Influenza, coughs, colds, debility, and other ailm-uts arc very prevalent. To those who »'.« unfortunate enough to he afflicted " irIi one or Gtlre.r of these pre vailing complaints, we recommend tlio following letter, reoeiv.-d from Mrs- It. Vertsw.ni. Middleburg. She says: — ' In Dcc-talier I took a cold, and since then I have suffered so much with pains iu fciie legs that walking was very diffi cult My skin was very pale and sal low, and i could not cat. 1 consumed a quantity of medicine- hut to no avail. Nothing gave me relief, onttl one day [ was ad*is<-d to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. I did so, and after taking tliem for a short tiuio my appetite rot anted, my color lu-camo good, mv legs were quit*- at my wilt ag iin, sud I felt tayseif stranger than I had Iveo f .ryenka, Mj' daughter, who was. debilitated find weak, and had a pale and sailtrtr complexion, h...

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WARDEN'S COURT. MARBLE BAR, OCTOBER 7. (Before Mr. Axel Cstlund, Warden). APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

WARDEN'S COURT. MARBLE BAR, OCTOBER 7. (Before Mr. Axel C-stlund, Wardeu). APPLICATION FOB EXEMPTION. An application was made at ibis court for six months' exemption for leases Nos. 213. 214, 215, 230, 290. 291 and 428, held by the Im perial Western Australian Corporation Limited. Frederick W. Shells, attorney for the corporation, stated be. wns also manager of that company's mines at Western Shaw. The company held 78 acres, and the grounds upon which the appli cation v as based were—that roughly sp»nking 1-etween £25,000 ami £30,000 had lieeii expended, and there were at present no further funds available, whilst they had not to-tfae present ob tained payable results. Six hundred and sixty tons of stone had teen crushed yielding a return of 440oas. The money had ln:eii spent in develop ment work, which totalled as follows :— Sinking, 1454ft. ; and driving 1360ft» The six months exemption was neces sary to allow the directors time to re ceive reports from their umnager, con sider sa...

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THE VICTORIAN ELECTIONS. THE PREMIER AND TWO MINISTERS RETURNED UNOPPOSED. (BY TELEGRAPH). MELBOURNE, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

THE VICTOBIAN ELEC TIONS. THE PREMIER AND TWO MINISTERS RETURNED UNOPPOSED. (by teleghaph). Mebbochkj:, Octol.er 7. The time appointed for the reception of nominations for the general elections, expired this evening. Ail tin; retiring inettilters seek re-election, except two, Sir. D. Reid, formerly menil>er for Tonrak, who is in ill-health, atid Mr. W. F. Webb, who represented ltomsey, and whose withdrawal from politics caused great surprise. Thirteen members, including the Premier. Chief Secretary and Ationu-y General are returned unopposed, par ticulars being as follows :— Bogong.—Hon. A. Isaacs. Clcnes and Allendale.—Hon. A. J. Peacock. Dcndas.—Mr. Jno. Thomson. Duxollv.—Mr. D. J. Duggaii. GkaNT.—Mr. J. P. Chit-aside. Km Kara.—Mr. P. McBride. Korong.—Mr. .T. Longdon. MAEVBflttorcn.—Mr. A. R. Outtriui Nobmanbe.—Mr. W. Shrels. KcHUBKin and Natualia.—Mr. G. Graham. Ovens.—Mr. John A. Isaacs. St. Kild-'..—Sir George Turner. Stawizll-—Mr. J. B. Burton. A flattering compliment was p...

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Queensland. BLOOD OR BREAD. BRISABANE, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 15 October 1897

Queensland. BLOOD OR BREAD. Bhisbaxe, OctoUfr I. At a meeting in lirisi«nie of the un employed yesterday, one speaker ad vised the men that nntil they »>d 4 Oread or Blood 1 to the Goveriiroeut thev would yet nolbui".

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