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TELEGRAMS. THE SITUATION IN INDIA. TRIBESMEN STILL REBELLIOUS. NATIVE POST ATTACKEDSEVERE FIGHTING. LONDON, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

The Situation in India. TRIBESMEN STILL REBEL LIOUS. NATIVE POST ATTACKED SEVERE FIGHTING. LokdqK, October 7 A, report from Peshawar states that- the Graksais and Afridis are still trocflleDt, They threateu to ejccomimmicate any of their tribes who make separate terms with the Indian antbortties, October 8. General Jjockbart* who is in com mand of the punitive expedition despatched against the recalcitrant t-ribe^o>an <on the North-West Indian frontier, has notified the tribes con cerned that terms of peace will be ^dictated from Tiras, his head <juar tms. The punitive forces «eufc to refoa the Afridis-to submission, wilt be concentrated at Sam ana on Abe 18th fast, trfkter. Farther -particulars hare heeu re ceived rewarding Brigadier-General Yeahjnan B^gfe'sufctsek -upon a native post which commanded the Chagrn Valley^ This position was defended by «k thousand tribesmen. The British losses were slight. Major •Jennings Bamhejr, of the Gordon Highlanders, nti...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A SOUTH SEA TRAGEDY. NATIVES MURDER A WHITE TEADER. (BY TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY, October 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

A SOUTH SEA TRAGEDY. NATIVES MURDER A WHITE TEADER. (BY TKLEGEiPU.) Sydxet, OctoW 20. A nother murder by the natives of Guadalcanar, reported by the s.s. er Titus, frutn Fiji. The victims were Jeau Perratt, a French trader, and two of his native boys. Perratt for fome time past has , heen living at Konkn, on the east ern end of the island, as manager for Manali & U<>., «ud it is stated the beach ualives, by means of presents, induced a party of -30 of the bill; tribesmen to eoiuiuit the murder. Perratt was met by them on the track a short distuuce from his sta tion and was tomahawked. The party then jrruceeded to the ! station, where they kiiied the two i boys and looted the place, after wards j returning to tire hills. ^ News of the murder was conveyed to Mr. C Woodford, Kritish Resident Commissioner at Tulagi, ami be, with sir native police and a party of I nine volunteers, proceeded to Kun ka, where tbey burnt two villages iiud arrested four natives who were...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE EASTERN TROUBLES. DISQUIETING STATEMENTS. LONDON, October 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

The Eastern TfiouBiEa DISQUIETING STATEMENTS. fjQVDQV, October 20. The ** Staudard" w responsible for t!»e stirtemeut that a definite treaty of peace between Greece juid T«rfcey w wot likely to be signed rinring the present year. The same Journal expects opportunities trill au-i&o fur the evacuation of Tbessalj heiufr delayed.

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TERRIBLE BURNING FATALITY. WOMAN AND TWO CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH. SYDNEY, October 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

TERRIBLE BUR XING FATALITY. WOMAN AND TWO CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH. Sydkey, October 11. A sad fatality occurred on Friday last at Cardiff, near Newcastle. A family named Outram, consisting of the mother and Four children were sleeping iu a bark hut, which caught fire, and Mrs. Outram, awakened by the glare rushed outside, carrying with her two children. The flames meanwhile spreading rapidly she rushed back to get the other child ren, but the conflagratiou was rag iug with such fierceuess that it was impossible to reach them, and tbey perished before her eyes. In her efforts to rescue the child ren Mrs. Outrntn's nightdress caught fire, and she was so fearfully burut that she expired at three o'clock yesterday murniug, after suffering excruciating agony. The fire resulted accidentally. Outram, the husband, was absent at the time.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

-^THE — Pilbarra Goldfield News, SnUuIied every Friday at Marble Far, in tRe Pilbex^a Goldfield. Contains all the bJ^^and roost reliable information co&cermag Mining in the Filbona Goldfield, including the centres of Marble Bar, Bamboo Creek, Nullagine, Western Shaw, North. Shaw, Tam-. bourrah. North Pole, and Yandicoogiog. fnois of Subscription is Advance : fa fid per quarter; 13s half-year; £1 5s year, A^terwiso Rates 4p» pep inch per insertton.; applications for gold-mining leases,. £1 4s for two inser tions. , Bales for the insertion of adver tisements for three months or a longer period may be had on application. Ernest R. James (Advertisement Agent), "Morning Herald" Office, -J. Perth Watson. A Geyer, Boebonrno A. E. A-. Haste, Bamboo Creek. Wilfred Jackson, Western Shaw S. P. Lynch, Nullagine 5. Hedley, Condon By whom all subscriptions or advertise ments for insertion in the Pilbabba Ccoldfi.kdd Nbws will be received. Job Printing w ©F ALL BESCfilPTIOKS EXECUTED WITH ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

<|felafte Steamsl)t| C«. 2EGDLAE STRAVS 8KUVICE TO NOR'-WEST PORTS. BOTAL MAIL LINE {under contract to the west Aafi'rsli*» Gorernmeni). Xov Bates and. Fares. OesstsI Mr'* Lice to and from Fremantle. FfBBf sgSiig^ for Sor'-West Ports es coder:— &£. IdBI&SOPOXIS, (1000 too s burthen) IBAVES FREMANTLE for NW-West Port* as Car as Derby oa SEPTEMBER 24th NEXT. UN RIVALLED. RAPID, and coM MoDious Passenger and cargo STEAMERS, replrle with erery modern convenience, sail re£«larly {rtwumstauces permitting) 'front Pre in anile, at lent WreMj {united as -jftea as possible to connect aiiii tiie 8.*. Aihtofl, for— Bnnbuiy Hamlin Mflboaxne Vane Albany Sydney Quindalnp Adelaide And Queensland Ports. Special Service to Western Australia. Roomy and urell-cenlilatod steamers, speedily adapted and fitted for the Stock Oariyieg Trade, under tbe Adeuiob fitsuHB(rCe.*csajienrisioB,niB isgularlj between Soothers Parts and Nor'-West ' Porta, bringing Stock. Cargo.. Evplosive s,...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

DEPART0KES. October 15,—Albany s.s. from Carnarvon for GrnUton. October 17- -^Sultan. s.s. fro in Derbv for Singapore October 17-—Bocktoa b.s. from Gerald-. ton for Fremiuule Octobcr 18.—Australia d from Derby, for Broome. . October 18.—Albany s.E^fromGcraldton for Fremantle. October 19—Ausiraiind s.s. from Broome for Cossack. —THE— Hilbatra (ioMtlir fjfefos. FHIDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1897

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

SHIPPING. ASEIVALS. October 15..—Saltan s.b. at Broome from. Cossack;. October 18.—Albany s.s. at Geraldton from Carncrvtm. October 18.—Bockton s.s. at Fremantle from Geraldton- - October 19.—Albany s.s. at Fremanfle from Geraldton.

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OCTOBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

OCTOBER 20. Tlio Assembly was thronged yesterday, the offasion being 'lie deb.-ile on the food duties question The only absentees wore Mr. G. T- Simpson, who was H!, and Mr. A- Y- {{vmII who was away. Mr. Gedrge Loake, leaderof tho Opposi tioo, ojiened^with a speech falling short of .expectations. He said they only wanted a 'reductionhr obnoxious duties, not to turn out the Gove ntme at, and vigorously ad vocated action this session in order to satisfy tlio country. The P-eniier rose as soon-as Mr. Leake had finished and made a brilliant speech. In defence of the poueyof the Government he said it was clearly the duty of the Gov ernment to encourage land settlement and they nrost pursue their works policy. The Government wanted to cheapen the price of living in every p js<ible way hut it was impossible to do an Al*-; «esMon. 11<* promised in deferrm* 1o the general wish i <«f aS aides in flit? House, to re-open the j whole qnestiou of the tariff nest ...

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AURUM INJURES HIS HOOF. DERBY SCRATCHINGS. MELBOURNE, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

aurum injures his hoop. DERBY SCUATCHINGS. -IbusotJBKB, October 16. . Selection Ima ^wen scratched for the! D f+>y juid Uattaiion for all -engage- j; Macsrthur's V.R G. Derby favourite, I Auratn, in galloping yesterday morning, j burst his hoot It is not expected bowv ] ever, that this accident will serionsly affect the colt's change, though he is said to be slightly lame.

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OCTOBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

OCTOBER 15 Oa the Assembly moeli*cyMtfrd«r Mr George Leake at once rose and gave notice ' of the following amendment to the ad j dress:—" We liowercr regret thirt, Your 1 E*eelleucy!« advisers do not propose lo j introduce any legislation with a view to amending the tariff, as we are of opinion thai it in -desirable to reduce the duties on food supplies, and we therefore respect fully suggest that Your Excellency's advisers should be invited to reconsider their decision with a view to such reduc tion" The Premier promptly rose, and said the Government -were prepared to accept the motion as one of no-confidence. He xuored the adjournment of the House until Tuesday- The House at once adjourned

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LEGISLATIVE COUMCIL. OCTOBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

LEGISLATIVE COUMCIL. OCTOBKli 14. Tlie Address-in-licply in the Legislative ' Coum-i] was moved by Air. \V. ilaodell ! and fieeonded by .Mr. A. II. Kidson, after , which the debate wa8 adjourned.

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PARLIAMENT. OPENING OF THE SECOND SESSION. THE VICE REGAL SPEECH. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PERTH, OCTOBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

PABIAAHEtfT, OPENING OF THE SECOND SESSION. THE VICE REGA.L SPEECH. £Bt Tklkgbapo.] Perth, Octobbb 13. - Fbe second session of *lie third Parliament of Westraiia was opened to-day with the usual formalities. Mis Excellency the Governor, Xiien tenant Colonel Sir Gerard Smith, ILC.KLG., made the following speech ;— , lis Fkesbest ak» Ho*. Gkktlejubn of the Legislative Cocscil. Me. Stueeb as© Gkktlejiek of the . Legislative Absevblt— I meet yon with pleasnre. The pros poets of the colony are brighter limn at' awy former period of our history. various and important matters have prerentea my summoning you earlier in tlie year as I should otherwise hare de sired, bat it is gratifying to know that the delay has hot interfered with the material progress of the country. I The great national reremoninl to com memorate the completion -of the sixtieth year cf the reign of Her Majesty Queen j Victoria, which took place in London on the 22ad June last, was seised upon by all portions of the Briti...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. OCTOBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. OCTOBER 14. In the legislative Assembly Mr.'L. A Hall mored the Address-in-lteply, his speech being favourable to tiie Govern ment. , Mr. If. O- Holmes seconded, and the debate was adjourned until next day. A meeting of tlio Opposition has been railed, when the desirability of moving an ■ amendment to tlio address will be con sidered,, as the Gorernment's proposals in reference to tho -food duties arc not ac ceptable to a lar^e number of members. IF Mr. Leake*« motion is tabled to-day, the Premier will more the adjournment of the House.

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OCTOBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

OCrOBEtt 15. In the Legislative Council lbs Address in- Iteply was adopted and the Koose adjiKu'iied.

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GREAT BRITAIN AND RUSSIA. THE EGYPTIAN QUESTION. LOMDON, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

CBS&T BMTAlZf AND EUSSIA. Ttfli EGYPTIAN QUESTION. tiOXlKiH, October 9. The < *' i rrjaes this morning pub- j lishes what appears to be a well j «Rthairiticated statement regarding Rn&siiFe attitude towards the British •occupation ot Egypt. It declares that Russia has promised to support tin ^micb claims with regard to , £^pt^ but wheu pressed to support resolute notion, begged Franee to ■ rely ttpoo diplomatic uegotiations, and Hot to iudn|g>' w provocations or menaces which might imperil the peace of Europe.

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN. BUSH FIRES IN CANADA. TWO HUNDRED FAMILIES HOMELESS. LONDON, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

BRITISH AND FOREIGN: BOSH FIBES IN CANADA. TWO BI7NDBKD FAMILIES HOMELESS. Lovdov, October 7. Disastrous bash fires are reported .from "CnHuda, mud these have de vastated a stretch <»f country south of Ottawa, twenty miles long. Three villages were totally destroyed, in cluding a number of large stores and many inhabitants of the town ships spent « whole night in the river in order tn escape; from the flames. Two hundred families have been rendered homeless.

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FITZSIMMONS RETIRES FROM THE KING. LONDON, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

FITZSIMMONS RETIRES FROM THE KING. London, October 8. Roliert Fitzsimmons, (be champion boxer of the world, has announced his retirement from the ring. Corbett has made a claiui to thi championship, which in retiring, Fitzsiuinions relinquishes. I

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INTER-PROVINCIAL. THE GOVERNOR EN TOUR. PERTH, October 14. [BY TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

INTEB^-yBOVINCIAIt THE 4SOVEBJNOE EJT TOU$L Odfcober/44 «Gfcv. ismlth mdj With a good?B»epfcieo. at Allacy, His iie^fco fftuSflyry*

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PUGILISM. LIGHT WEIGHTS HAVE A GO. COOLGARDIE, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 22 October 1897

PUGILISM. LIGHT WEIGHTS HATE A GO. Cckh-garimk. October 14. Joe Doherty aud Alex Rogers, two 'totherside light weights, fought a draw on Saturday week last, and had another ten round contest this afternoon for a purse of £35. - Mr. R. B. Pell acted as referee. Doherty forced the fighting from the start, and in the fifth round brought down Rogers twice, when Pell stopped the fight and gave a verdict iu favour of Rogers. It was stated by Mr. Pell that Pat OToole the gnldfietds champion/ will iiox Best for 20 rounds for a puree of £80.

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