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IN SACKCLOTH AND ASHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

i^ SAOEtn&OTH ANP • ASHfiS Bombay. whirli haa already yielded op some ao.OOtl victims tothe dreed destroyer. The foccupies the minds of all l&'g" lisli people most, but with us •' plague is erer before at. and the lirst tliiug we waft ip the papers, e*en before tlic borne tele grama, is the plague return*, number of now attacks, ana »uml*r of deaths dunug ihe preceding 24 hours. I am grieved to say the daily death rate keeps up still to between 50 and ft), despite the city being half empty. In ordinary cocl seasons, so called, tjie city i* absolutely teemiuz it« tfflCWWO inhabitants, and to dim through any part of the native t^Vn heel) a newcomer constantly marvelliug bow tin carriage can get through the closely thronged streets, filled whh all sorts am conditions of people nud races, a mothy throng of Bind us, Mussnlnieti, Parxee>. Chinese, Arabs, Persians, without rtiuuiii. over many of them, No*", one may drut | through miles and miles of absoluteI3 I decried s...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

BUBNS WAS DIS MISSED. lithe and lusty, clean-limbed, vigor «os and alett,' iie came downstairs *itb springing step. fltviiig t'xpkinrd tbe otject of oar WBBim, lie smilingly Said: 1 Won't jMtakefttmtl Hm*. tske this one. «fid he pnsh<d Tan* fund a soft ai d pad tbd duir. Noticing that his eyes wen*. Wituu we produced oar pencil, we gat© expression to the faunlm. liiu-s, - A diiel's among you tafein' notes, an' i faith heTLprint them." " *111 only Le too happy if he does,' 'Vn the neat response. ; Bat dismissing Robbie Bants and ! bardic words, our reporbf had a concise: liUle chat with Mr. Charles 1 ate, who ( i» employ »-d asstorvinan l»y one of the! htgproduce firms an Sjdui-y, hut «bow *dtr»*ss is better known amongst hist friends as ' Ithica Cottage," lllawarra toad, Marrickville. "^Itiflueiia/ said Mr. Tate, was the malady with which 1 had to struggle. Of coor.^ I didit't want to neglect my work, so I *<;nt in just as usual. 11 ut I didn 't: feel just as u...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 12 November 1897

Situated at the North Shaw, and adjacent to iW JSATTEEr **» MINES. SAMUEL GREEN. AtoRHnsa rjtRR abor* Hoteli* one of liie tno< JL^Qemmndioto and Coorfoi^aUle ju thi aoderety p*0»LMon ha* been made to ensure the comfort of trmreHero ^Dbe. premises h«re isleljr bee® erected at | eosodmUt expensr, ani ere fitted up «i3i all the tasmd coBremences. BEST BBANBS OF LIQUORS ONLY KEPT. goo© /stabling. *"$• » ,-r . t *' ' CAMELS! » CAMELS! FOR SALE OR HIRE. PEOSPECIOSS EQUIPPED. EASY TEEMS TO SIJIT CLIENTS. * Full particular*, apply BOB WALLACE, Seven-Mile Gate, Condon. — THE — Pilbarra Goldfield News. Published ercry Friday at Marble Bar. in the Pilbarra Goldfield. Contains alt the latent and moat reliable information concerning Mining in tlie PiHiarra Goldfield, including tlw centrcKof Marble Bur, Bamboo Creek, Null'agitve, Western Shaw, North Shaw, Ta in bourrah, North Pole, and Tandteougina. Tekvs or Spbscriftcoj* n» Advakce : 6s 64 per quarter; 13s lialf-year; £1 5s year. Amsn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

Application for tlie Renewal or a, Publican's General I«icense» To Won&ipfu! tfce Justin of <Jie Peace acting u, and for tie district of 1 duarra, m Western Australia. I WILLIAM HELLYAR COPPF.K - «<««■ reading ,£ ifarble Bar. iu the* of I,Ilbnrr^d" '»■*% ^ »<*-«* Biat u is «,y uiteatwu to apptv *t die next i.^Tr MT,U^ tl' ^ *«•**« H»i* <t«Mncf frr the renewal of the Publicans .'j IjJc7*. fer mented and Spirituous Liquors, now twill >J me in the hon.se aJi mp]Mri^tncvs thereunto belong**. situated at Marble Bar »«<! now oceup.ed by u,o asa licensed hotel under the siga of the Irotu-Jad Hotel Given under my hand this 19th day of Wen,her one thousand eight hundred and mnety-sercn. w. H. COOPER. HOUSEHOLDERS' CERTIFICATE FOR A PUBLICAN'S GENERAL ' license. WE, the undersign-d, householder®, resu.tug witliiu the Pilbarra Dis trict of Western Australia, do hereby certify that the a bo re William Hcllya'r Louper of Aiarble B...

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LOCAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

LOCAL COURT Before Mr. Axel Ostlund on the 8th inst., Gnxne Broj. sued Boyerife Co. for the sum of £10 odd. for freight, and Boyer and Co. put in a set off on the j amount of this claim for a larger sum of { money than this for goods supplied to ! the above mentioned prisoners, Brown j and Mansfield, upon the reeommenda ' tion of an alledged guarantee by Green | Bros. The defendants, could not, however, ) support the guarantee, alleged to he I given in evidence, und Mr. Eacey, who ! appeared fw the plaintiffs, obtained a j veidict agaiust the defendant, with eosts. Judgment was paid. Ill the case lirought by Walters and Co. against El ward Moss, the plaintiff sued the defendants t > recover certain sums of money alleged to he due by the same for goods obtained from a former storekeeper. The. plaintiffs failed to prove, as al leged in their l»oofcs, and Mr. Lacey (who appeared for the defendant), proved the sum of £11, included in (^aint, toliean cnw. Judgment was given for the pl...

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NULLAGINE NEWS. MAGISTRATE'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

NULL AGIN E NEWS. MAGISTRATE'S COUKT. At a sitting of the Magistrates".* Court J at Nollagine on tin* 9th inst. two men I | ilanded Drown and Mnnsti'fd, w1k> were arrested at tile instance of Louis Perciv«l j } Deiirteaux. appeared I■efort Mr. James Isdt-ll, J.P., to answer a charge of obtaining goods under fa be pretences. Mr. W. E. F. Lacey appeared for the. pios» cui ion. I During tlie evidence it transpired tliat j two other business pi-ople of Nuliagine had joined Mr Beurteaux in Ix-nring the j expense of having the ac-usid arrested, t The accused causrd considerable 1 amusement in court by repeatedly re- ! serving their defence, whereas tlieir j offence was increJy a misdrineanor, and j consequently treated by suiutnary juris j diction. j The evidence was plain and to the j point. and at the conclusion of the case ilic Magistrate stated in his remarks) that the offence had l«eru dearly and | sufficiently proved, and he sentenced the | accused to two mouths imprisonment with...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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THE "NORTHERN BUNBURY." [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

THE "NORTHERN BUNI'iURY." Under tju above heading, a Marble Bjv correspondent of "Clare's Weekly" writes as follows Apropos tbe> teaste of public money in the North W est, one has only to look at tlie re— eentfy-erept.d public buildings at i Murble Bar, and rl-.ose in course of con struction at Hoebouiiie, and he could conn- to no oilier conclusion than that the day is not far distant when the word ckfivaxckx)—a rather ticklish worii for '"Jubilee Jack" and his push uoald l»e plainly placarded upon tliG^donrs, u ittduu's, uud other ennveni cut places at the office of the Colonial TWsRUit-f of young, though fleeced, \ke»fpulia. Just fancy, a post-office, tonrt-bous^.^ndr^gistmi> office (in one building) costing the public of ibis young colony suet an enormous sum as £12,000, when ihe population of the town numbers only about 35 inhabi tants, gud w here a mail only arrives' once a fortnight, #ud lastt hut'not least, where tlie miiv.-s «iti all shut down ! Is it not a wasltf of p...

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THE TURF. LIVERPOOL CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

THE TtffcF. LIVERPOOL CUP. Q. Kist-lbaniptons Gxsnrmi 1>VAoe ... Lalifador

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FRENCH TURF. THE AUSTRALIAN STARTING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

FRENCH TURF. THE AtJSTRALlAt? STARTING MACHINE ! flic Australian starting machine vraa given a trial at M&isotis Laffitte rape pearse ia France, yestetda/i The trial proved a most successful one, t^o races *i> which jotang horses were engaged, heing started evenly with the aid of the. machine. Sporting authorities are much im pre>E«tl with tin; invention and its utility and several French owners at once expressed their intention of adopt ing the starting machine on their private training grounds.

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THE ENGINEERS' STRIKE. CONFERENCE ARRANGED. (BY TELEGRAPH). LONDON, November 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

TRE ENGINEERS' STRIKE. CONFERENCE ARRANGED. (BV TELEGKApn). Lovdox, November 9. The suggestiuos that a conference should bo arranged^ between the Engineering employers and their employees, submitted liy Mr. C. T. Hi trine, President, of the Hoard of Trade, have been accepted by tbe Engineer's unions. The Unionists have agreed to the appointment of « neutral chairman hs. urged by the employers, and to the withdrawal of the strike notices. They also agreed tliat tJie coufer ence should discuss questions relat ing to ithe hoars of labour and bow to avoid trade dispntes in tbe fntnre.

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WARDEN'S COURT. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER II. AN IMPORTANT APPLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

WARDEN'S COURT. THUUSDAY, NOVEMBER II. an jmpobtaxt application. At this Court, Mr. S. Tredinniek. 1 manager for tin? Consolidated Gold i Mines of Western Australia and of the • Augusta mine, at Marble Bar, applied , for six months exemption on that pro perty to enable t!ie directors in England to arrange for the is>ue of dtheutares to raise money for the continued working : of that mine. | Notice of object ion had been given. The Warden said applicant must show the company was in want of funds. Mr. Tiediiinick stated a surface tribute had Ijecn let on (he mine, the holders charging no royalty at all. After wards the whole of tire claim M as let. on tribute, a royalty of twenty percent. 1 being charged. He u ustjm ticst manager to introduce tribuiingnft this field. They had done the best possible under the circumstances. This company had spent altogether in labour, carting, store keeper's hills, etc.. £25.000. He usked for one month, and for the recommenda tion of an additional f...

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AFRICAN AFFAIRS. EAST AFRICA MURDERERS TO BE PUNISHED. LONDON, Novmber 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

BAST AFRICA MURDEBBRS TO BE PUNISHED losfton, Novm'ter 14. Hip fleot «f tbfe <5erman Bast African wjUjMhptj ks^iscp to Shranring, ipHrtss frtr "the

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STODDART'S ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

STOJ)I> ART'S ELEVEN. (Br " Shoht Slip ") The team of English crieketers, who arrived in Australia at the hitler end of iaxt month, hare a'rea dy fonght their battles with represenlati ves of South Aus tralia, Virtrrrirr. and Mew South Wales. Although the Englishmen, on (heir way to I lie East from Albany, did not Irrgiu iheir ear err of fortune on Westralinn soil, as it was rumoured by Major VYardil) (ihc j teatn's manager) tliey should do, it is not to Iw supposed llnit the cricketing Cinder ella of the Australian colonies will lie al together neglected, as, no doubt, Major Wardill, on his return home in March ! next, will put his men ashore at Albany. Though West An-traliu may not be The trim's first lore, that does not imply we i will not hare the pririlcge of w itnessirtg j the performances of so brilliant a ron i stcflation of cricketers from a country liich is the home of the game There is no d-jniit the Perth Cricketing Association wilt make tire necessary nego tiations w...

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THE EASTERN TROUBLES. THE EVACUATION OF THESSALY. LONDON, November 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

The Eastern Troubles. THE EVACUATION OF THESSALY. loKDOV, KomoW 14. The Porte has uotified the foreign B*ntia£sntiors at Constantinople that the Ottoman Bank adrtutocd £800,000 in Uitieiptiun of the payment of the first tii$b]iufl)t of the Gmt iiidt-BHiity. ■ Oue fourtb of that amount s ts as signed to the wtfc of «9cctittg theevacua thmx^Thessaly.

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. (BY TELEGRAPH.) PERTH, November 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

PARLIAMENT, LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY (BY TKLEGEA.FH.) pF.Trrn, Ixovembrr 17. in the Assembly on Monday tw Cemeteries Bill, Aborigines Bill, aud Hawkers aud Pedlars Act Amendment Bill were read a third time and passed. The Local Inscribed Stock Bill, Width of Tires Act and Amendrmmt Bill, wen- passed through thecoanmttee stage with amendment. The Sale of Liquors Amendment Bill was further considered in Committee. Mr. Dohrrty's new clause providing for test certificates far all lhjuors in bond was negatived. A iw-w clause was :iio\cd by Mr. Qtiinlaii providing for a sliding scale of fees for publicans and gene ral lio Eses, ond after being de bated for some time, progress was re ported, in order that the amendment might be seen in print. The Premier moved the second lead ing of the Immigration Bestrietion Bill, the firincipler of which is much the same as that of the Natal' Act. which is favoured by the Colonial office i'h Eng land, and certain modifications Iften introduced into the Bill...

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GALLANTRY OF THE SIKHS TO BE RECOGNISED. THE TERMS OF PEACE. THE QUEEN EULOGISES THE TROOPS. LONDON, November 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

«AUAWy op THE SIKHS j y^m EK liKCOGNlSKO. T#Eg OF *PJ$ACif. THE QtTKEy fjDLOGIoES THE ;"-v v: - troops. JiO^MW, Kovcwbef 13. Lieutenant UhcIii* :^e «ad. ll>o JS'orihauip vi^^it)Bjie^^p^viio were tniss ihj .0t&' ifaip jaMaekon GenVrat tlir1 W, -iiucicliigi^s ^brpo at" ^xnuieiir, been stripped of their mtttiiuted "The auforttinate - n^itmot «r L |]Mtd iu its retreat, wVia^ ^teSed imder terribly T*: - rP.:„ : trying eireomstauces. " This regi i|ieat Was eompus^^dfitiexperieuoed ihelSnil^^JI dhioef oh Tues- j 4«y nujbtyJ! isbary stated j J-pi^Jlipf'siraaT'^wwahded" by the; -•'j. |o «^ittS5s,,Jier iiitense adn»ir f die"ij^hntty ditph^d by •I " ,^lit(di8ibt)ie fn^tar fig|»ti«pf in - ihar. appreciation i >«^;i^.^n»jr4ered by these i^/V* liwopt hiiis riKsujibedin a. movement in j iu 'tbeta^-l .^^deoatittJoluBe) (Saselee made; - . -'i^B^o^ad twcptmatssaMte neat iianm* < etmh»y*s. ? " Captain Cordon,: el the Qaeens-: P% ,Ittod defepce forces, who came to. |?5|g|foj|!^...

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THE BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

THE BUDGET. The Premier delivered his btfdget Kpn-cfi last night to a lo+l boose and crowded "galleries. lie spoke for two hour.*, mid referred in" "glowing (erws to the finances of the colony. Tlx* estimated revenue for the year was £3,008,000. added to "which the balance of £315,000 brought forward from last year, made a total of £3.323,000, or an increase of half a mil lion on the revenue of last year. The expenditure was set down at £3.319.052. giving an estimated credit ( alauce of £3908. 1 iie Premier diluted on the sp+eadidl position of the taifways, and estimated the-"- profits for the current year at £1,337.424, an amount whicli was ample to pay all the interest on every pertny the colony owed. He did net propose to sanction many increases in the salaries and expenditure, and tlie Government intended to sound a note of caution. He cotichhjed 0y a comparison with the other colonies, which showed tb« splendid position of W.A. It slrowrrd the <4tate Sayings Bank, wh...

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THE TICHBORNE CASE. ANOTHER CLAIMANT. WHO IS TO BE EXAMINED! [BY TELEGRAM.] SYDNEY, November 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

THE TICHBOBNE CASE. ANOTHER CLAIMANT. WHO IS TO BE EXAMINED! £«V TEEEGUAM.] Svdxkv, Novem'ier 12. There is some jirolial/iltry of settling I the much-debated question as to the identity of Win. Cress well. »m inmate of the Pumnnatt* Lunatic Asylum, who is ; alleged to l»e Sir Roger Tickimrne- '' The matter has heeti taken up tiy Mr. Ed wand Priestuum, acting for the Rev. J. Williams. .The idenUlicatfjii mainly depends upon establishing the fact tliat certain marks, especially tattoo marks, on Sir Roger Ticlibbrne, are on the in&n Cress weli, and application was made to Mr Justice Manning for permission to ex amine Cresswell, with a view to his identification. His Honor said it was highly desirable that the matter should l>e definitely settled, and agreed that Dr. McConnick and Dr. Fioschi should ex amine Gresswell and report the result of their examination to him.

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THE BUDGET STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

TM BtJDGKT STATfcMfi&r. Ot TnisdaJ last tlie Preroief! made his badget statement to Parlia ment. afeB in £lo*nfiglmignnge descanted o»» <|ie prpgtrss and oeaHb of - ftWtri- j ' Jist. i' Uiere is Obitfy jiVlhe junbtf, sb far j - asSk Forjjrcst fc concerned, Audhc ices in (he pfrirHtihianOHd position of I litecolony sufficient to almost warrant! .a* paean in 'ttoooor of htm and Ids tnl-: niitfistration. ' The esthnirted .t^iWob tor fraanctaf 3 «f, is.£3.008,000, to f - < . ivfcSeJi most lit added the credit, balance - ftpm Jits* .yoaty^hos niafc 4 iu» a^tktal or up. increase of |*alf«i pnmioSbi! fy&Ave4 months. The wstimafcrd expenditure is: £*ieftlated at ^|||^2^ud,|lkfiov .^hadit surtnised that .tire, V Is eaSing very «dosn to (lie . triad, and sjicmld (fee isretAe fail to, ^ toaro up to "expfeeiattoas, tlte small ear- • .... -; . ootfroi^iia'ir efirhehs, and' it should not fx* tSl^SiiBdlliOB.-Sbat -^diwtet?lijhtl»er enormous ■ the TrIfci£%^ ♦^^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

Jltetrasjjtjr Co. UXUTKl). REGULAR STEAM SERVICE TO NOR-WEST PORTS. fiOTfAE MAIL LCNE(ai)der contract to the west Acslnliiij {toreromcoi). Jam Hates anft Tares. Coastal Uu( Line to ud frosi F^oautle. l^J®Sr «wli«^8 for STof-West Potts -i- *s tnder:— fi-S- AXSABT7, flWu toes Uuilicu) RAW®. »nd COM «> A 8**EKGFi{ *nd CARGO oTEAMEKS, replete *ilh erery modera eonvenicHre. sail eeei.lody <rirruu.Kl«nres peraatUoe) _■ from Frem.uillr, mt J east vrct&ly (tuiUed as vben as p^^ble l« *o*aetrl nth the s.s. Altmiyf, fer— Bunlxuy Humlm. Melbourne i A^jr Sydney ^fuindalup Adelaide -Aad Queensland Ports. Special Service to Western Australia. »od erell-reeiitaled stesmers, ndajtfed Md filU^j fw tfce Stftck ***%«* ?<?<*«•, under (i.e Abecsibe Co-y-superrisioti, run regularly J^eeo Soothare Ports ^ K<H?.Wc/t Stack, t>rgo, Eaplosires, West Ports, relurn «BRto Freiunntie from Derby or Wyndham Ca^go for P(»rt Caution, Ball* Malta, Ac-, *t THROU...

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