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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PERTH, November 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

PARLIAMENT. ..... J LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [HI TELEGRAPH.] Pr-UTii, Novpm'ier 5. The Assembly held a short sitting yesterday,. ttl^n the Sales of Liquor Amendment Bill was further considered and passed through committer. Several new clauses are. to 1« con sidered', including one. moved by Jlr George Lcuke, having fur its object the nbo)isliing of barmaids. The Premier gave notice of n Bill to take over the aborigines of tlie colony, and place them under the control of the colonial Government, while abolishing the present Aborigines' Protection Board. The House then adjourned until Monday.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SUICIDE AT COOLGARDIE VERDICT OF UNSOUND MIND. (BY TELEGRAPH). PERTH, November 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

SUICIDE AT COOLG AEDIE VERDICT OF UNSOUND MIND. (bt mioKirB). Pebto, November 9, At Goolgardie this morning at twenty minutes past eight, J as.Bain, 55 years of age, committed suicide at tlm <Jremibrne lIotel,Bayley-st_, hy shooting himself through the head with a n* toIiw. Tbe dcfed was executed in a hedrbom, and the bullet went through both temples, struck the opposite wall, and was picked up oo the floor flattem-d tot. the deceased had been in town only a few days. He eoriiplaiuedof suffering flow sewe pains iii the head and ex pressed a wish to die. On Friday nightlast, while in a state of intoxication, lie called at the police station, and reported that while he was lying asleep ne4r 'the ItlafF. fcwomen' robbed him ofliis watch «U»d chain. He had two orthree pounds to his g^itin the bank. / At,kn >inqaest ''held on the deceased, tbejttiy retained amdict of suicide whfle unsound mind. Ths fitsi !i?o6T Omtx.—Owing to tlie.sarillmmbhttl of tntnaess transacted of lat...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

Amendment of Regulation 47 (Market Garden Areas) under the Goldfields Act. Department of Mines. 8th August, 1807. HIiS Excellency the Governor in Exceptive Council, trader the powers conferred upon him hy Section 99 of the Goldfields Act {59 Vic.. No. 40). has lieen pleased to amend Regulation 47 (to lake effect from 1st September. 1897) by the ivwlion of the undermentioned words immediately after the words "Any person retfiHrittg land on any proclaimed goldfield for thy purpose of" therein con-.. tainetL %. H- WITTRNOOM, Minister' for Mines. ** Fbultiy farming."

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTER-PROVINCIAL. PRINCE OF WALES BIRTHDAY. UNPLEASANT WEATHER. PERTH, November 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

INXEI^FaOVINCIAL. PRINCE OF WARES BIRTHDAY. UK PLEAS AN T WEATHER. PgBta, November 10. The' Pnuce of WhIps Birtlidflf yesterday was ushered in with windy weather, very heavy rain falling daring; the afternoon. In conse quence the various spurts and pleas ure parties were marred, and the enjoyment that would otherwise have resulted therefrom was mini mised.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

jlotfce of Agplloatton. for Jan^EarotLS XJpasa. So.**. I^Jf^b itet^ give* that X.the udn^ied, lure mid» i^ifitioti <?»j fnr « Lfa^c wider the (jddlicldg 'Bjjnih^inM of gm&i knocn as *tA,ulU« Mteqois," cwtfnaung IS «mi, coot- j wenringfroai bpeghi the souiIi-westMn j «otaer of Lease Nit fil> theoA; S cWbs 1 K K.W.twbuh is Ike datum lme),tkeooe IS. chains W.S.W., thence 8 chains tS-S- JE-, I ftenre lSduuns JLNJL lo starling poiof. and beirig land kir)/ comprised i* Golri minlng Icwe fie. 62 As.irituess nay hand and seal at Nulla jpae this 25tli day of October,. 1897. GKOltGK ttOLCOMBK. SOtlGfl. *1\J"OTICK ia hereby given that all la wnttnding accounta due to WftttJfr 6tO, for goods bought at ildfiu, in herilff IniuhtRd to F- tt T. Htiin, of Mallina. All aeroants due are- aequested (o be selQed focthanth, otherwiselegal ptdceed iaga «all hc taken Sorcecovciy f iWJ&l&AK GLEN V t P H. Y. HESTER . TFitaew^-W. Fishr*. iritLJkM GLKH * hereby author Ind ...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

^elaibe j^tcainsjjiy €o. LIMITED. ° BEGULAR STEAM SERVICE TO NOR"-WEST PORTS. BOYAL MAIL LINE («nd€f fonlract to the west Australian Gorcrumcni). low 2&ates and Fares. Gsastai Mail Lice to and from Frcmautle. j FIRST Rsilb^e for Nor'-West Ports s& under:— J I s.b. AIBA3ST7, ] (1000 tons burthen) | LEAVES PRE MANTLE for Nor*-West j Porta as far as Dcri'j' ou 1 SEPTEMBER 24th NEXT. UNRIVALLED. RAPID, and COM MODIOUS PASSENGER and CARGO STEAMERS, replete with ewry modern ! convenience, sail regularly (rijeumstauees permitting) from Freuiantle, at least weekly (united as Atcu as possible to connect iriih tlie s.s. Albany), for— Bun'uury Hamlin Melbourne VasA: Albany Svdoev Quifidaliip Adelaide And Queensland Ports. Special Service to Western Australia. Roomy and wcll-veufilated steamers, speedily adapted and luted For the Stock Gariyitg Trade, under the Adelaide j SrEAMSHip Co.'s supervision, fun regularly between Southern Ports and Nor'-West ' Ports; bringing Sloek, Cai...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

SEPABTBBS& Jfevenlier &—1§al>dm aj. from BerB/ *S«i*iiib« S.'—Cambria: a.*. from Gm> : »l4tOB ior !ft«Banrtc w»|>» ifc- -Albany b-b. iron ©e*bj . - Jio*e»be*,#i—Anstralind b.b. fcoat Ger d^lw^vaamiiiv . lfe^D3«r^.-7SiiliMt u. from Gossark fcrOidow. AlbMf «x from Broome -foHBoswt-lt , KoreroVpr iO,—8BlUn m> boa Onslow »OV£M£Ell 12, 1807. t!;\

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

SHIPPING. f Ifowmber Saladin ij. at Derby •fami Broooe R.—AQnnf sjk at Wjndham . icDar&orby* ■ }!ownJ)er 6>—Snltaa ».s. at Bcoome ImDSa^ajMR. Boreatef ih—fh&an. M.. at Cossack ."ftros^Bcootne. , tUorefflhcr 0.—Albany sjk at Dccfcy - Iron Wyadkaau : K-Wranibec lib—- Albanjr sx atBroome t NoDembarJHk—Sulfcaa s«, atQnslow ■ JlKM&Gbwacl&Lv

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

PRISON DISCIPLINE. SEPARATE SYSTEM TREAT MENT. Changes are being made in Con nection with the discipline of {Masons, Ju future prisoners during meals nud when not at work will lw separated. This is not relished, but relief in other ways will be afforded to prisoners, and they will be allowed lights in their ceils until eight o'clock in the evening, so that they may read- /

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERCOLONIAL. New South Wales. NOT IN THE PROGRAMME. UNREHEARSED EFFECTS AT A THEATRE. SYDNEY, November 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

INTEftCOLONIAL. V«v South Wales. NOT IN THE PROGRAMME. UNREHEARSED EFFECTS AT A .v '-.v. ^theatre. r-' Sydney, November 9. There trere some unrehearsed effects nt the Lrcenm Theatre on the production of the * Prairie Kiuir' ou fjntorday eveuiujr last, when a tank burst Hud I6U tons of water es caped. The tank was made servie able flgain for the second act, but as Hiss Blaod Williamson was pulling a canoe the tank upset The curtain was cubr down nnd the actress rescued in a state of collapse.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE CUBAN INSURRECTION. AUTONOMY ACCEPTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

THE CUBAN INSUBBECTIQNi AUTONOMY ACCEPTED. fcn* agreed to **"' ' ugwHrt:; General BUaco ia now engaged iu oi^aobin^ the gnvcrmnrnt -on that island with aatosomoos powers, and the supporters of aatonomy have telegraphed to Senor Sagasta, the Spanish Prime Minister, expressing their satisfaction at his action in the matter.

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN. WAR PANIC IN NEW YORK. WALL-STREET AFFECTED. HEAVY FALL IN PRICES. LONDON, November 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

BRmStt jljVO FOREIGN. .WAR PANIC IN NEW TORE. WALL-STREET "AFFECTED. HEAVY. FALL IN PRICES. Loxdoh. November 6. TheKpwYoHt jCliamber of Com a" resolution de-1 .' tog tlbp pro rita«>ti jof ' •v iTbe posit«on 4u: WuMtof' 4oUir^ or aboot .-^u, i"TJt - -• Korember '7. ■■' 3? reports"freSh? Sfew York Estate recovered1 'irom.^4^)|(^oB' caused by ru tnonr&i&^vtan

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA'S DEFENCES. MODERN WEAPONS WANTED. LONDON, November 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

SOUTH AUSTRALIA'S DE FENCES. MODERN WEAPONS WANTED. Lokdom, November 7. Major General Gordon, li.A., of tbe iSooth Australian permanent Artillery, intends visiting Sir Wil liam Armstrong's factory at Elswick with a view of airanging for the exchange of the guns at Glenelg for others of a more modern type.

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE THE BRAZILIAN PRESIDENT. WAR MINISTER MURDERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

ATTEMPT , TO ASSASSINATE TJEIE BRAZILIAN PRESIDENT. WAB MINISTER MUKDEBED. A great sensation was caused in Rio de Janeiro through an attempt made by a soldier to shoot the Pre sident of the Brazilian Republic. Fortunately the attempt was frus trated by a by-stauder. Colonel Moraes, while disarming the soldier who made the attack, was slightty wounded, but General VaSques, the War Minister, was stabbed to death.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAMS. THE SITUATION IN INDIA. A MURDERER CONFESSES. A BRUTAL CRIME. LONDON, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

The SlTUATIOH IN iNDIA. j : " ' "■ ■■■ i A JflaBJJEBEft CONFESSES. , A BHUTAIi CEIKK. IxMOKar, Kovember 4. ' The trial h proceeding at Poona : iif Dimodar Chapektar, a Brahmin _ advocate, who confessed to the] anordere of Hr, Hand, an dficia! who< ms ent^ed In the segregation of] bubonic plagae patients^ and Liieat- \ enaut IwrsV and who also admitted: to-having tarred the 'Qoeeu's atatae. taBombay. * DamodaT Chapeknar stated he systematically dogged Mr. Hand and i hilled liieotaiaut A**cnst because the fatter witnessed the «mrder. j fhiring the trial accused aeknow- j lodged that the statements contained j iu his confession were true.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PERILS OF THE DESERT. NARROW ESCAPE FROM PAINFUL DEATH. STRANDED IN THE WILDERNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

PERILS OF THE DESERT. NARROW ESCAPE FROM PAINFOL DEATH. STRANDED IN THE "WILDER NESS. The perils encountered by those who push out froni Hie Witeu tia^dts ol cU4 lizatiou into tlie vui-.fc expanse of un known territory comprised in the north western portion of this province are fieri-divally vividly illustrated. Not oug ago the people of Australia, were cogitating as to the fate that bid lie fallen the missing members of the Cal vert Exjiloj-ation Expedition., Messrs. Wells and Junes, and the diseo.very of their shrivelled, weather-beaten corpses in the desert somewhere near Johanna Springs, helped to bring forcibly home to the dwellers in populous centres the risks run by those who venture—either in the interests of science or as a matter of duty — into tlve unknown and, desul i ate regions of this colony. We havo once again a narrative of travi Ib-rs st randi d in the sajidy desert w astes to record, and the tale of-thefr gallant struggle across the awful soli tude of the ' no man...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

Application for a Publican's General license. To the Worshipful the Justircs of tlie IVucc acting ill and for the district o£ l'ilbarra, in Western Australia. 1 GEORGE McDOXALR now resid ing at Daw lino Creek, in the town of liaiuboo Creek, do hereby give notice that il is my iiilenlioii to apply al the- next Licensing Meeting, to be iiolden for this disincl, f;:r a Publican's General License fur the sale of Liquor., iw the house nnd; appurtenances thereunto be long.ng situated. :.t Hamlino Creek, known as the Mount Prophecy Hotel. and now licensed under that uatiie, it nil which I intend to keep as an I mi or Public Hotise. I have not held a license before. Given under ttty hand this 4th day of Novenilwr one thousand eight hundred and ninety-seven. GEORGE McDONALD HOUSEHOLDERS' CERTIFICATE" FOlt A PULLLCAN'SGENKRAL LICENSE w E, the undersign.-d. householders, reah.ing w itUin the Pilbarra Dis triet. of Western Australia, do hereby certify that the above George'McDonald of iianilton...

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE EASTERN TROUBLES. GRAECO-TURKISH QUESTION WAR FEARED. LONDON, November 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

The Eastern Troubles. AECO-TUBKUSII QUESTION VIE FEiBED. X*okbo&, November 7. The joint commission which has 'been disenssing the conditions of pence and delimitation of territory, between Greece and Turkey, Iws: .£Daily, decided that the town of Jfeseros. shall remain part of territory. Alarming ramonrs nre impending Hurt irwwiUtgain preml.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
HORRIBLE TRAGEDY IN PERTH. A WOMAN KILLED. ARREST OF THE ALLEGED MURDERER. (BY TELEGRAPH). Perth, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

j HORRIBLE TRAGEDY W I perth:. A WOMAN KILLED. AEEEST OF THE ALLEGED MURDERER. (BY TEC.EOB4.PH). Perth, October IB. A horrible murder has been discovered in Moore-street, Perth. A report reached the police that Mrs. O'Brien, wife of James O'Brien (an employee in the sanitary department;, had not been seen for a couple of days, and that the door of the room occupied by the pair «as k«-pt constantly locked. Action was imuiediate'y taken by the police and the door was burst open, when a horrible spectacle was encouu'ered. The room was iu a state of disorder, and on the floor were four suspicious - looking bundles. On examination one was found to contain the trunk of a female, one the head, and two others a leg each. It was supposi-d that the remains were those of O'Brien's wife. A number of lodgers batch in the house, and the ul» sence of Mrs. O Brien was nob noticed the lodgers doing their cooking in their ow n rooms, as did Mrs. OBrien. The parts of the body had evidently l>eeii s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IMPERIAL UNITY. MR. CHAMBERLAIN AT GLASGOW. PATRIOTISM A DEMOCRATIC PASSION. WELDING THE EMPIRE TOGETHER. LONDON, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

Imperial Unity. MB. CHAMBERLAIN AT GLASllOW. PATRIOTISM A DEMOCRATIC PASSION. WELDING THE RltfERfi' TO Loanxw, November 4. The Bight Eod.4. Chamberlain, Secretary of State for the Colonies; lias delivered at* important speech at' Glasgow, which dealt with theqnes "tioB of imperial unity. He Enid that patriotism had now b&mne a detnu icratic jwaaoro. Those wlio first ga ve ilbe colonies home rale predicted: they would noon declare their inde pendence, and their policy suggested the desiralileseos of the colonies clearing cot from the Imperial cou-j section. flanog stated this, Mr. Chamber lain contended that the '* d ubilee ** gathering meant the otter discbni : fibre of that policy, and that no ^British minister would again-sng gnt separation. The most satis factory sign's were the demands for ^closer union received from the Colonies. The exact form of that onion -was not now of so much im portance, hot there was every pros pect of-a really united empire soon <bec...

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