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THE KLONDIKE GOLDFIELDS. INSURANCE OFFICES REFUSE RISKS. LONDON, November 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

THE KLONDIKE GOLD INSURANCE OFFICES REFUSE RISKS. Londox, NoremWr 14. J The journey to Klondike and its J attendant risks are so #reat that the | Canadian Ljfe Insurance offices refuse to I accept risks on the I tees of immigrants 1 hound for * the'gotdfields on the upper | part of the Yukon river.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

LOCAL AND GENERAL. A* Bxckllest "XiFxp.^— Serenty-six to«f fronts the Mount PrqAref .l'ribtrte (Bi^Iw<yRd4r^t^>ed 3ozs. 14dwls. pcrton. | The Police Force.—The staff at the local police station hns Wn reinforced by theaddilicm of Corj*>ral Watson and Con stable JaniPfedolmson, who arrived ouiS&t orday last front Perth. Pent oh Golo-Mikiko Leases.—The *■ GovernmentGazette " contains notice ol the yoidsnee of over Si1*) gold-mining hearse* tf the rents and ffues due thereon be not paid on or before the 30ili inst. Mimno Expert Kh Topb.—Mr. West it mining expert, wlio arrived in Marble Baron Sattirdsy last, en route For Bamboo Greets left on Monday for that place. He frill report on the Bulletin Extended, and several other nriucs of that gronp. Westers Sbaw Telegraph Like. —Mr. E. C- Elliott, postmaster, who. owing to the closing of the Taiga Taiga post " office, was ordered fo hold himself in readiness to journey to Western bhaw, has Iven advised to prorecd to...

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LORD SALISBURY AT THE GUILDHALL. AN IMPORTANT SPEECH. GREAT BRITAIN'S AFRICAN POLICY. THE FEDERATION OF EUROPE. LONDON, November 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

Loro Salisbury at the Guildhall £JST IMPORTANT SPEECH. GEfeAT BRITAIN'S AFRICAN POLICY. THE FEDERATION OF EUROPE. Lo&buX, November 11. lu a speech delivered on Tuesday { njvH at the Quitijliajl liy Lcitl tvdis bury, the British Prime Minister stated tlut thu Qaeett desired him to express Iter deep~«ud .abiding! sense of the marvellous display of | pffectiow and loyalty during the; ft ecu id Eeign celebrations. lie refenod in terms of eulogy to j the wonderful success that had at- ] tended the progress of the Soudan ; C»iii(ini<ra, and said General Kitcli euer (who is iu command <it the Anglo - Egyptian openttionv), de served unmeasured honour for the service he had tendered the uatioit. He stated that protracted and friendly negotiations tvere proceed ing "between Brtttiix and Fr«uce, Germany, Italy, and Portugal with regard to affairs in Africa," which country ho described as the plague oftlie British Foreign Office. Great Btiuiu's oliject wiis purely ...

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MR. ERNEST GILES DEAD. A NOTABLE EXPLORER PASSES AWAY. HIS SERVICES UNREQUITED. (BY TELEGRAPH). PERTH, November 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

MB. ERNEST GILES DE^JX A NOTABLE EXPLORE!* PASSES AWAY. HIS SERVICES UNREQUITED. (ur trlegbapb), Pekth, November JO. At Cool cardie ou Saturday last, Mr. Kruest Giles, the well known explorer, died from pneumonia, after , a short illuoss of only one week. j The explorer was surrounded by j friends wlie.u he passed away peace- ] fully, heiuj; conscious to the last. lie spent his last hour with his < nephew, Mr. Gordon Giles, at whose j house he was vesidini; tuakinir dis-' position «>f Jits few personal effects. ' The deceased seemerf to feel his , reverses of late, aud also the fact ' that the closing years of his life were spent in a Government office with the meagre salary of £3 per* week. ] Profound regret is felt that some-! tiling more whs uot done hy the 1 State for this notable exidorer. j

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SEVERAL TRIBES SUBMITTING. GREAT BRITAIN WILL NOT OCCUPY THEIR COUNTRY. LONDON, November 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

SEVERAL TRIBES SUB HITTING. GREAT BRITAIN WILL NOT OCCUPY THEl£ COUNTRY. Londox, Novein^H*- 14. T>c Orakfai delegates haw practically accepted tie terms of peace laid down l»y General Sir W, Locklwrt. fbese teruis ate given in a previous telegram, and include the formal suh- ] mission <of the rel>dHoas triliesmen at a i dorluir or council. which u«s to have >>eeu held within a fortnight from the date on which General lockhart on- i pounced theni. The Orakzcis are greatly relieved at, the ahsenee front the terms of any r»-f<*r- < ciice to a permanent occupation of their i oour«try tiy the British troops. j It is also reported that the Akku j Khels are offering to submit. Cuusc- j quently the Afridis are ttow isolated end | disunited. i

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TELEGRAMS. THE SITUATION IN INDIA. FIERCE FIGHTING ON THE FRONTIER. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE REGIMENT SUFFERS SEVERELY. HEROISM RECOGNISED. LONDON, November 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

The SnuMiON in India. FIERCE FIGHTING ON THE jmONTIER. " ... . 'i. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE REGI MENT SUFFERS SEVERELY. * HEROISM RECOGNISED. fjQMDOV, November 10. The Afridi tribesmen, with the exception of tbe Akka Kliels nud $£akka Khe'a, hare offered to submit j to tbe British. Sewaty Xakka Khel villages have' been -destroyed by the punitive ex pedttioa. howl Geo. Hamilton has delivered a speech at Acton, in Middlesex, and when referring to the tnnibie ou the Korth-West fndian Frontier: caid die policy of the Govern teieiit' was to accept A freoecsl sobmi jsion and interfere with the tribesmen as! little as possible, hot to concentrate tbe British strength at such positions as were essential to the fuHiluieut of] the otyi"ation. A, force under the command of] Geueral Sir fy. i^ockhart made a reconnaissance at Sarauear, . upon which the enemy evacqnted their! camps, but followed tbe retiring trnops and btfkd seven aud wounded i 40, wh.il^t it >8 rcpurted that 12 of; the Brititdi fonce...

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DISCOVERY AT SHARKS. NEARLY 15ozs. PER TON. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

DISCOVERY AT SHARKS. NEARLY 15ozs. PER TON. On Tuesday last, George Adams,' a pndspector, arrived in Marble liar, with a view of making application for a reward claim for an area ln-ld 1 .y liiui and .liis two mates, Messrs. Andrew Dixttn and Patrick Mead, on the. Panto mime l<elt of country, between North Shaw and Western Sliaw, and situated l^Tailes north-cast of Shark's tlully. Adains, accompanied 1 y a mate, came ov^rJapd from Coolgardie alout four mouths ago, end experienced many hardships oh the long trip which occupied altout fire months. After doing some prospecting in lite vicinity of Piiendinni, they came on to Sharks, and there toniid a h-ader, froin which tliey obtained nine ounces nf gold, and which was afterwards worked by Barnes wh<? did very well out of it. leaving that about a ooaple of muoths ago, they struck the leader in the iJjice meiitiuued above., and this tbejShuve hfeen working ever since. The prospects taken from the lender, which is i...

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A MISSING MAN. FOUND DOUBLED UP IN A HOLE. HIS MATE CHARGED WITH MURDER. [BY TELEGRAPH.] AUCKLAND, November 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

A MISSING MAN. FOUND DOUBLED UP IK A HOLE. HIS MATE CHARGED WITH MUBBER. [Br Tjxkwbaph-] Auckland, November 14. Tho body of the mail Hawthorne, who «iis missing from Silver Stream, has been found crammed into a hole too small for if, and being doubled ii(> gave the impression that it had lieeu .jumped upon iu order to make it fit. The features were not recognis able. After exhumation the body was taken to Wellington. 'lire deceased's hat was found iu the grave with a hole iu the brim, which baiked as though it had been caused by a bullet. . j Suine people think Hawthorne J was not shut bat poisoned, whilst Hawthorne's male declares he was Vomiting hlood for two days just about the time he disappeared. At the inquest, the medical evi- , deuce slmwed deceased had been shot in the head, and announced that it was highly improbable the wound was h self-inflicted one. Frank Pliilpott, Hawthorne's mate, has been charged with the murder. The accused is already awaiting his trial for forg...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

AHnTPAtS. Kotembcr I2»- Attslraliad s-« ti Ctf' A ftfron frcra»(»cral<Jtt>». Jgapemkcr «T»- <t 0bs16* fitrpvCwsatls- ,-. Notemlier 1$.—Aast«ii»d k.s. at. Cof tuiltemOiBlof. BfiPAfttiJtfEg. jfotelftbef. 12-—Albany s.s . (rota Cos* Mtekfor ©defo#. u;.. JforcwrbcSr H-AosUrfisi from Carfn&r-' ♦on fcjr Ondo*. Kera^r -J5-—^Hwfiy &«, from €« Jtarron CorGenrldton. Horemher 15-— SfadfiBbtliy b.s. from Sorethjbcr 17--— Austral md b„s. from fiosnd&ffifinme.

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SIR THOMAS ELDER'S STUD. (BY TELEGRAPH.) ADELAIDE, November 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

SIR THOMAS ELDER'S STUD. {by telegbaph.) Adelaide, November 1J, The disposal of the stud founded hy the late Sir Thomas Eld-r, at Morpbett> viile, took place to-day in the presence of a large number of intercolonial sport? men. Mr. Archie Yaille wielded the ham mer. The stud consisted of brood maiden mares, stallions, yearlings, and realised 6569 guineas. Hoctense by Gang Forward, crack mare of the stud, was started at 109 guineas, and rapidly rah up to 575 guineas, when she fell to the bid of Mr. Lf sHe McDonald, representing Mr. \V, R. Wilson. Miss Mostyn, a young English in are, was responsible for keen competition, and was ultimately secured for Mr. Sam ffordern for 750 guineas. Yearlings brought small prices, Miss, Mostyn's filly by Neckefsgat, bring the highest priceil at 225 guineas, and was sold to Mr. McDonald, thus going to Ne v South Wales. Stallions s dd badly, Sfcrstyn bringing 200 guineas, whilst J^autiius, the only Hermit sire in Australia, #*s sold for 350 guineas...

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INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA ADELAIDE, November 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

,'IKTEBCOiMJJjIALCMCKET *■ .'*vj Vl&lQm AAJJ8TEAUA ADIUtDt, Kovemlcr 13. iMfOTove -«i*ter» u*s on |Jie te-dsj." The Vic Sr^ iiimogs "ouly ^^^wpi.^§^Pg«|»Be:;j5|r.'run6, of *^»co sotit) contrtl>Bt*cI on fiiB side. yf^Bsefc^^5|®6oo5ge^fSafeto for South Aos ■fp^iii fio^^J^dh^ll^fioTinEar «*jjtariiiK ■ 16 C*l£fcejB-$p>r 79 fTM^jMid^be-^Uer S ^£1- v f,i:; _ ohgwhg *b jap the «f»?eadid £?dF >8 f3.sfie6)l«'fhe iimmgts :t3os«!. W. Giffnn Bi uripJ jscoiwiB, whilst Roche „ -widcets 'for 69

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

HfUtiboG Crtofik^Etafedtf Board. I^ JEfertkm o^ Members toJSLlbe #£*- t^cafiTies- on %Jx? afore Son^( mb«3 iKroogfe lSe.Wfiremt»t e{ Mcmr. BoUnsetlil; Bycssi m»d Osrdaer, will fee htddohBet-ember *6,1897: fie tfer#e retiring members ate eligible tor jreitlectioa. -SfttBMWtitiottB tnCfst fo m ifo bands of tte Secretary sena ckn days before tfo fdeelioa. r J. M. BQtrsSFTELL, Ckabnpam Baraks CreefeRo&ds Board* * Bamboo Creel, . Koreas ber 19, 1*97. Bamboo Creek Koads Board. A REVISION COURT Will be held on FeiDay, Dkeembee 3bd, 1897, For tfee pnrpose of rerisiae the Electoral RoH for the district of the Eatoboo Creek Seeds Board. A Lb persons clfflmeg to (tare tleir ft* aames inserted tbereonr, wttrf irnle •ppSndim in fte Secret a*y before 12 noon on #rd Beeember, and en objections ' tcr nsprpB already • on tfo bsts mast fee lodged <msas>c dale. TbeXiafsYBSj beirrtpected bTtfee office rf lie Bamboo Creek Roads Board, or aipon applying to the ssderdgaed. A. E. HAST...

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SPORTING NEWS. THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. MATCH AGAINST NEW SOUTH WALES. LARGE ATTENDANCE OF SPECTATORS. SYDNEY, November 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

IPORTING NEWS. ffsr ^heSjpbMsh BMSVEN IK aVjsmjaija. match Ajkaisst New south .- wAiae^ TAR&R . ATTENDANCE OP i SPECTATORS. . ] 8n>rn, N®w«ifeer 17. T&e vts»t*Qg t«m ot cricket-! ere feave rracbtvi Sydney, and com menced play against s NewSootb Wales devra eu &tanky best. wliel «ts cou iJaled resulting in it hini^iut victory for the Eogtislunn by eight ■wickets, Ciat (VtlaNBsm wis manifested ever tbc.daton, «id at the opening days pbty there were over 34,000 per sons present, that bung iKe largest attendance yet recorded at any «f the MtdkS. jibe local captain vea tbe toss and dfjdtd t» lot Sincr \be match !»egan §3000 people have vi&Wedtbe grr>mids,thi: receipts ajoewii t nigtojt2,300. < -Following ' are portacelars of the play:— Nmr 8octh Waw*.—1st innings. potman nm oat ... 104 Tmwpter c Ranji. b Hirst ... 5 Gregorr rujn emt ... 14 Iftddel.Wbllayward... ... 891 Kohle b Richardson ... ... 4] MeKenae b Richardson ... ... 80] Kelly c ...

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

'14f JtSJEt).—Applicdtwrtts arr incited YT totif28fritwsl.fitnir persons wiH fneio Aet iis OrSerlr. .gt Jhe MB«b!e Bar «osp?t«T. Jtjjplj io GOrEKNMKNt HEaITH emcKB, M*rbte fitr. Itlkrta Fftll>AY,3W>VfiaSBKK 19. 1837.

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

Sttaated; al tho North Shaw, and adjacent to llie BATTERY *kd MINES. SAMUEL GREEN, jPSjtnrnEtoB. npHE abore Hotel ifi one of the mot •Xl Connodiopi a$d Comfortable in .•T£*-X'-'"-v''■* XV-'X:;V~ -V»11 -I WV"L- -"■» : the dbtript, ;aBd ere»y.pnon«aon has been made 3a entem t)» comfort of traveler* The-premised<ba*« lately beenerestedai conwdcwMo 'exjSfna*, and are fitted j»y oi'JifcH t^ie natwl conrenienees. BEST BRANDS OF L1Q0OHS ONiY^EPT. - " • • * J, ' C •— CAMELS! CAMELS! FOB. SAT.TT OR HIRE. PROSPECTORS EQUIPPED. EASY TEBMS TO SUIT CLIENTS. Fall particular.*, apply BOB WALLACE, Seven-Mile Gale, Condon. — THE — Pilbarra Goldfield N ews.. Published every Friday at Marble Bar, in the Pilbarra GoldBeld. Contains all the latest and most reliable information concerning Mining in the ' Pitb&rra Goidfietd, including the centres of Marble Bar, Bamboo Creek, Nullagine, Western Shaw, North Shaw.'Tain bourrah, Norih Pole, and Yandicoogina. Tbbub of ScnscBiFnoK in Advance ...

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SPARKLING EYES AND ROSY CHEEKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 19 November 1897

ip pp tootatbti " My bat! been strong and healthy until almost t*o years ago, when she grew very palo and thin. " She l»er»me weak an) low-spirited, lost her appetite, .her sleep was troubled and restless, and fcl.e least exertion fatigued her—in fuet, she had to take her sisters arm for support; when oat walking. Site was of a wonder-felly active and cheer ful disposition before this change took place, and the alteration, thep-fore, ! caused us great concern, and medical j *'d was sought. Bnt no good resulted, j Several medicines were tried, but she • lecBiae weaker and more listless every day. 1 doctor said sjhc was suffering Crow anaemia, or poorness of tijood. We then lecame seriously alarmed, and con sulted different medical men, who pre sml»ed, and told Miss May to take as much exercise as possible. She, l»eing fond of flowers, naturally turned her attention to the garden, but had to abandon the work, as the least exertion exhausted her. Often, when I thought she was out takin...

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KALGOORLIE WATER SUPPLY. NOT SUFFICIENT. (BY TELEGRAPH.) PERTH, November 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

KALGOORLIE WATER SUPPLY. NOT SUFFICIENT. (BF TKtBOBATH.) Perth, November 24. Owing to tfae insufficient water sup ply for Knlgoorlie, there seems a probability of a water famine occurring, and the position is causing grave anxiety to the large number of residents who now dwell i» the town. 80 serious is the outlook considered, that townspeople and mine owners are importuning the Government to set about the speedy initiation of its gigantic water supply scheme, as, it is strongly urged, this has now become an imperative necessity if the supply of water is to be at all equal to the demand therefor.

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QUELLING A MUTINY. FIGHT IN CENTRAL AFRICA. (BY CABLE.) LONDON, November 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

QUELLING A MUTINY. FIGHT IN CENTRAL AFRICA. (By Cable.) LokxxJH, November 22. Information .Las. just been reeeired concerning « smons conflict which took flaw in tlie Uganda Protect orate. It appears that on October 19 a My of mutinous Sondaae^esnldiers, assisted by 150 . attached a British force,;m^;)rAs mider the com mand ofjlfstpr Macdonald, in ITshoga, <m the*pcth shore of Lake Victoria Nymng&r After sereral hoars fighting, the flabui&ers vera defeated and arrested, drir casualties amounting to one hundred killed Mid'vOanded, the British lasses ^belag ^sxxtefm killed anil thirty wounded. ■ Ilea tenant Fielding was among the killed. The mntweera had- previously mur dered Major ThruBion and two British officers. A body of Indian troops now stationed afc Motabaua, on the East Cbast has been rant to reinforce the Uganda troops. Major Ifamdonalds loupe was march. Iwto-tbc; h'inte If Be when it «at

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THE SULTAN BACKS DOWN. SETTLEMENT EFFECTED. LONDON, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

THE SULTAN BACKS DOWN. SETTLEMENT EFFECTED. Lokdok, November 18. The Saltan of Turkey lias com plied with the demands of Austria in connection with the Mersina inci dent, over which Austria thieatened to recall her Ambassador from Con stantinople, and later, to bombard Mersina if the officials responsible for the expulsiou of the Austria Lloyds agent frtfm that port, were not immediately dismissed. The Forte temporised till to-day, bnt finding' Austria intended to- pro ceed to extremes, dismissed the Vali or Governor of the District of Adana and the Motessariff of Mersina, and also ordered the Austrian flag to be sainted. The Forte also undertook to compensate the Austrian official who was expelled from the country and to further pay Austria five hundred thousand pounds in settle ment of the Oriental Kaiiway dis

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SPAIN AND CUBA. AUTONOMOUS CONSTITUTION GRANTED. ON A LIBERAL BASIS. LONDON, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

&&&: - r' Spawijid Cmba. ABTONGMCHJS CONST^XT provides for the creation of a popu larly elected Chamber, and also makes provision for the endowment of the local Government with au thority to control tlio customs, finances, aud also the public service, the Governor and executive power, Spain retaining1 control only of the international relations.

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