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THE NATIONAL UNION CONFERENCE. INTERESTING SPEECH BY LORD SALISBURY. INDIAN TROOPS PRAISED. SIAM AND MADAGASCAR. LONDON, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

The National Union INTERESTING SPEECH BY LORD SALISBURY. INDIAN TROOPS PRAISED. SIAM AND MADAGASCAR. fxuaxnr, November 18. The txmference of National Union Cogpa^m,: which ts.betug at ianded % some l^.flekgRleSj was co&tiuBed in lAMidon yesterday Loni Salisbmy attended and do lisecpdpn interesting -speech, in tk coarse of which he .said that the ^kidid esample of bravery, ^do vutMB,' and patriotism of oar own and the satire soldiery on the Indian frontier, baa commanded general attention. Uord Elgin; the •Viceroy of India, in a moment 'of sudden danger and difficulty, had ♦ibowo great coarnge and resolution, f^ilad«ta3 worthily daring the crisis. ■ Hie charge -that- there had hee& * breach . of faith with the tribesmen, which had beea made against the Goyerumentpf India was totally an founded. J. Lofli Salisbury^denied the state ment that the Imperial Government Jbad amrettdered territory in Stain end Madagascar. TO fjoudon local Government he stated, must tontin ih&...

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY (BY TELEGRAPH.) PERTH, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

PARLIAMENT. legislative assembly (BY TELEGRAPH.) Perth, November 18. Mr. Vosper gave notice du the Legis- 1 l&tive Assembly that on Monday next he would ask the Commissioner for Rail ways whether it was true that wages men employed on the electric lines used by his department had been reduced by one shilling per day ; if so, what was the rcusou assigned for such action, and whether the reduction was intended to be permanent or whether it was made retrospective. November 25. In the Assembly, on the motion of the Colonial Treasurer, a Bill to amend the High School "Act was read a first time, as waR also au Excess Bill for the year ending 30th June last. On the molioa of the M mister of Educa tion, the hon. member for Beverley, Mr. Harper, wns discharged from attending a select committee which had been appointed to inquire into the working of the Agricul tural Bureau, that gentleman being Presi dent of the Bureau. A ballot-was taken for the appointment of a successor to Mr Harp...

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QUEENSLAND NATIONAL BANK. A MISMANAGED CONCERN. (BY TELEGRAPH.) BRISBANE, November 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

QUEENSLAND NATIONAL BANK. A MISMANAGED CONCERN. (by teieghafh.) Brisbane, November 24. In the Legislative Assembly, Mr. Glassey asked whether it was the in tention ot the Government to in struct the Crown Law Officers to bring to justice the persons respon sible for the disastrous coirso^ueuces which resulted from the mismanage ment . of the Queensland National Bank. Sir Hugh Nelson replied the in tention of the Government was to do* its best in the interests of the colony. llr. Glassey thereupon withdrew n motion for the production of ail cor respondence !«latiug to the loan of • six hundred thousand pounds, which was obtained by that Bank from the Bank of England, but will move again iu another form. It is understood the Government objects to the production of confi dential correspondence with the Bauk of England.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. PERTO, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Perot,.November 25. On Tnesdaj* the Upper House sat four hours,, during which the Dog Act Amendment Bill, was read a third time, and the Underground Surveyors Bill recommitted. The Bills were briefly discussed and amended ,iu a few par. ticulars. Several amendments- were also made in the-Cemeteries Bill The Hawkers and Pedlars Act Amendment Bill was read a third time,. and the Loeal In scribed Stock Bill, a second- time. A motion for the second reading of the Widthi of Tyres Act Amendment Bill was defeated by fi.ve vofceato four. Tbe second reading of the Bankruptcy Act Amendment Bill and the Locafc Court Evidence-Bill were carried after j which the House adjourned.

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CYCLONE IN VICTORIA. GREAT DAMAGE RESULTS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) MELBOURNE, November 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

CYCIiONE IN VICTORIA. GREAT DAMAGE RESULTS. (Br Telegraph.) MeMOUBHEj November 24. A tern he cyclone which occurred at Nbill, in Victoria, was responsible for tbe demolition of the telegraph lines, many miles of which were blown down. The storm lasted for ' twenty minutes, and devastated the whole town, several streets of build iugs being levelled to tbe ground, ' while the electric light works were ] destroyed and the town has since! been in darkness. j Mauy horses were killed, but no j loss of human life bus been repotted, i though many persons were iujured by falliug debris. The damage done was enormous^ and several churches weredemulished ! as well as private and public build- j ings. |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

A TASMANIAN MIRACLE. PARTIAL PARALYSIS AND I WHOLE PROSTRATION EN- ' TIRELY CURED. ' DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILTS CREATE A SENSATI01> IN HOBART. (From the Hobart " Clipper.") Henry Dixon Clarke, a native of Hobart, Tasmania, tells a story of a eure effected by th«* use of the now fam ous Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, which in its marvellous details proves the adage that truth is stranger than fiction. Twelve years ago he fell from the scaffolding of a building in course of election in Collins-street, Melbourne, and was taken to the hospital insensible. He recovcic-d and was sent home. The next morning he was too stiff to go to work, and resolved on resting awhile, "i he next day he was worse, and in ad dition to feeling feverish and unwell, was Seized with twitching pains in the back whenever he attempted to straight en himself. These increased in viru lence, and were accompanied with in tense pains in the head. He lost the use of his left arm. and partially that of Bis l...

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THE KLONDIKE GOLDFIELDS. AUSTRALIAN FOOD SUPPLIES WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

THE KLONDIKE GQLD-j FIELDS. i AUSTRALIAN FOOD SUPPLIES WANTED-. The 'Times' praises Mr. Huddart for his pluck and obstinacy in connec tion with starting a Pacific line of inail; steamers in the teeth of mach discour agement. It says it is-'of much, import 1 ance to maintain a chain of swift British i communications between the colonies and the mother country 'Stress is laid Upon the importance of Australian food supplies for Klondike, as, owing to the failure to supply suffi •dent, adventurous prospectors are great ly hampered, as also- is the development of the mines. ' ' The 'Tunes' is eonfideut that the contract drawn up by Mr. Ward in 1885i when, he was Premier of New Zealand, will ba speedily ratified, by that colony,andadds it would bo most unfortunate if so useful and important a line weredropped Cor want of focal support.

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SPORTING NEWS. THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. MATCH AGAINST GLEN INNES. (BY TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY, November 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

SPORTING NEWS. THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. MATCH AGAINST GLEN INNES. (By Telegraph.) Sypkey, November 24. The match between the visiting team of Englishmen and a Glen limes 22, resulted in a victory for the visitors by 107 rans. The Englishmen totalled 386 runs, Hay ward (not out) 107, Druce 56, McLaren 40, Ranjitsinhji 32, Hirst 32, Wainwright 28, and Mason (not out) 53 being the principal scorers. The local team made 120 and 159.

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MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFI^LD. MARBLE BAR. In our last issue we published details regarding a crushing put through the Cre morne battery at Nortii Shaw from Mr. George Adams and Party's claim at Sharks, the 2l tons realising 36^ozs„ We are now informed that the quantity trented uas not so much as stated, but was very little over two tons, which would raise the average to something like ltiozs. per ton. Work is being pushed on at the claim, and the holders are now npplying for a lease. Another lease has been taken up by Messrs. Corlioy and McDonald,, about one mile from the former, and seems likely, judging by the specimens exhibited in Marble Bar, to tarn out well. Stone of apparently excellent quality is being taken out by Fletcher from, the GeneraL Thirty men were, on Tuesday last, knocked off the Bulletin, at Bamboo Creek. It is the intention of the manage ment to apply for six months" exemption, in order to allow the company lime (o ob tain a plentiful supply, of water for the mine...

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AUSTRIA AND THE PORTE. BOMBARDMENT THREATENED A TURKISH SEAPORT. LONDON, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

Austria and the Porte. + BOMBARDMENT THREAT ENED A TURKISH SEAPORT. London, November 16. Austria has threatened through Baron Von Calice, Ambassador for that country at Constantinople, to bombard Mersina, a seaport iu Asia Minor, on Thursday the 18th inst. as no satisfactory reply has been given to the demand for tho dismissal of those Tu*kisb officials who expelled the Au tria i Lloyds agent from, that port. fiarou von Calice also insists upon some settlement being arrived at in regard to the Aostro*Oriental rail way ~dispute," ststing that Austria will not consent to the proposed advance of £800,000 to the Pur to by the Ottoman bank in anticipation of ' the Greek indemnity until her de- : mauds iu connection with this line have been satisfied.

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TAMBOURRAH. Tambourrah Creek, November 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

TA.VBOFRKAR. (PHOM OCR OVTN COBPKSBOXDEXX). Tambour nt*i Greet, November IT. Up to the present time there hare been milled from Tambourrah 219 tons of ore, which hare produced 410ozs. of smelted gold,.or mi average of about 2oas. 4dwts. per ton* the whole of which (with the- ex ception of- one parcel of five lons)7 has been unpicked, and further, a consider able quantity of specimens hare been dol lied. This return compares favourably with other ceu'res on Pilbaira 1 think. Work is being steadily carried on at all the holdings except the Brilliant, and those exempted by concentration of labour, and the number of men employed is about 30. The World's Fair Go. ha.ve not yet suc ceeded in getting sufficient water to supply their battery, the erection of which is ncar eompletion, and as the water appears to in crease very gradually, it will, in alL pro bability, be n considerable time before they will be in a. position-to start crushing.

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EXCHANGING BRITISH AND COLONIAL ROOPS. PROPOSAL UNDER CONSIDERATION. LONDON, November 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

Exchanging British and Colonial ; roops. PROPOSAL UNDER CON SIDERATION. BY THE BRITISH WAR OFFICE. Lohdos, November 20. The Imperial War Office is now considering the scheme first mooted by Mr. Chamberlain, the {Secretary of State for Ibe Colonies, for ex changing1 British and Colonial troops. fits proposal was to send imperial troops tothe colonies, theif places to be supplied at home by colonial con tingents, and uow that scheme is re ceiving the consideration of the War Department. It is feared there are many diffi culties in the way of carrying oat the project. The u Times" in nn article dealing with the status of the British army, declares that an increase in all de partments, and especially in the artillery, is argeut, and that the j War Office has lust the confidence of ' the eouutry, and it is imperative that the Cabinet deal with the matter! promptly. ;

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MR. CHAMBERLAINS LATEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

KR-* CHAMBERLAINS ULTEST. Ir vdll be remembered tb&t among tie ai^giBS&u wade for imjpaovkig tW-re ktKNofi «lre«)j crating ^bfeUreeti tKete «deolGE and tiN joM jDOBBby was oae by St*. cobb scheme ^wiM be devised wbeneby colonial eon 'liqgents ailg^ 1» ctetmud in finest " fcjf lern, rtfc& jdaees Being JOlpL by fipMrial taobps. ThaWar v~f^ xdMr «oonder Jng tlnsprsppBal^rvridi m iwnr of urir iogmteott^deSaiteenmrigMneat v^td ; vvjll petrol of tfte carrying o®t e£ tbe V ytyajlT Aa may' be Imagined there "artDaoydiSnkinui tte may bat&ese «■& scutfte la and^Rd insuperable, -mud no liqafet, BnlMa'ttie Colonial gov ernments object, wtieb 'does net eeetn BWj ve pballj «b long lave Imperial Itooga ^nartermd . at various idtuxs unl^Mt $uU«iBb «f the mv^a» ^^*S»a to fte wnp ,yapvjol^l^atsr^'>^:^ yoald •^ptar^aatl^gh^ home and colonial troops were intended to entourage enlistment among the youth of the colonies, as well as to afford oar soldiers that ex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

3totlatk Jftearasfiij Co. UMITEIR REGULAR STEAU SERVICE TO NOB-WEST PORTA. fiOYAL MAIL MKE (uoder contract to j ike west Australian Governmeni). | £ov Sates and Tares. Coastal Line to and from Fremantle FIESF mflmga for Nor"-West Ports u on&err— 8JB. ALBAITT, (1000 tons burthen) UNBIV ALLKD, RAPID, and COM siodioos passenger a«d cargo STEAMERS, replete with every modem eonrealeure, sail regulariy (circumstances pennittiDg) from Fttmutle, at least Weekly (united u often as possible to connect with the s_8_ Albany), for— Snabgij Hamlin Melbourne Vasse Albany Sydney Quwdalup Adelaide A ad Queensland Forts. Special Service to Western Australia. Roomy «ad well-ventilated steamers, fpecdilyadapted sad fitted for tbe Stock Cariyicg Trade, under the Adelaide £tBut8BiP Ca-'ASaperrtsioann leptlwlj between Soulltem Potts and Kor'-Wcrt Porto, bringing Stock, Cargo. Explosives, and Coal for all Nor'-West Ports, return ing to Preniantle from Derby or Wyndbam direct. Cargo for Port Hedland...

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WARDEN'S COURT. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18. (Before Mr. Axel Ostklund, Warden.) [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

WARDEN'S COURT. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18. ■ < (Before Mr. Axel Ostlnntf. Warden.) An application was preferred at this' court fey M.-AngUR McKinnon, for the forfeiture of gold-mining lease No. 274, known as 'Tauibourah King No. 2 East- the defend nits being William Satchell Barnes mid August Henry Pontdfc. ' : Mr. Angus McKinnon appeared in person, the defendants not being repre ; Angus McKinnon stated ho hefd a »iner's right- He visited the ground in question last Saturday, November. 13, and served Barnes, one .of the defendants,, with the summons, copy of which was produced. No one was work ing on the lease on that date, nor were' there any tools .there. He did not go. below. There was only one shaft on; the propertyvon which there was neither' ropennr windlass. It was well known that the lease was abandoned, and Barnes told him he had abandoned the lease. The Warden aatd he would recom mend' the Minister-; to declare the tease in question forfeited

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

LOCAL, ANL GENEBAL Bfcur.—A slight shower of rain fell over the-town on Sundfiy last,, bat was-not suffi ciently heary to be of benefit to the parobed-np vegetation,, only a. few points being registered. Pbojoi ABi^DtsftfioBRi.T.—^William Ab bott appeared before the Resident Magis trate at the police court on Friday last to answer a chacgoof being drank and dis orderly on the pneviotrt night, and was fined £2, with the alternative of 14 days in. the local lock-up. The fine acne subse quently paid, „ Av Bfiron.—Mr. F. MV Blanion, a partner m--the well known finis of Messrs. Cooper A Blanton, loft the Bar on Sunday last £p» Condon, enroute for the Eastern cdoniea, wbere lie will sojourn for a few months..A laage "number of local people assembled to bid the departing one an levtrir, and wish him. boa voyage. Watku SwrrtT Bsoiseeii. —The Bis triat Engineer, Mr. A. F. 8mith, returned to Marble Bar on Tuesday ln6f from. Fort Bedland,after an absence from, town of' some thaee weeks. Whilst...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

Bamboo Creek Roads Board. AN Election of Members to fill \b» vacancies on the above Board, caused through the retirement ef Messrs. Rounsevell, Byass, and Gardner, will t» held oti December 1G, 1897 The three retiring members are eligible for re-election. Nominations must )<o in the hands of the Secretary scv»n clear days before ihe election. J. M. ROUNSEYF.LL. Chairman. Bamboo Creek Roads Board, Bamboo Creek, Nocember 19, 1897. Bamboo Creek Roads Board. A REVISION COURT Will be held on Friday, December 3rd, 1897> For the purpose of rei isins: the Elector®! Roll for the district of the Bamboo Creek Roads Board. ALL I'Crsoiis claiming to hare their names inserted thereon. nm.U make application to tho Secretary before 12 noon on 3rd Dei-ember, nnd all objection* to names already on the lists must be lodged on same date. The Lists may l»e inspected at the office of the Bamboo Crock Roads Board, or upon applying to the undersigned. A- E. HASTE, Secretary. Bamboo Creek Road...

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THE SEDITION TRIALS. LONDON, November 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

TBE SEDITION TfUALS. tovbjw, Kovesiber 20. WM txongadliarTjlak, editor of the I'owiauewspaper,** KesarVend a native member'of theCouocil of the <*ovemor pf Bombay, kii& made «. former application for leave to appeal against die sentence of eighteen tmmths i)tiprisoutm*ut withj rigorocs treatment, inflicted opoa iiim for baring published seditions i statements. Tim application was rehased.

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AUSTRALIAN THOROUGH BREDS FOR SALE. UNSATISFACTORY BIDDING. (BY TELEGRAPH.) LONDON, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

AUSTRALIAN THOROUGH BREDS FOR SALE, ; UNSATISFACTORY BIDDING. ! (BY TELEGKaPH ) LoN'DON, November l€r | The shipment of trotting- netfe. [jumping horses exported from Nevr | South Wales in May last by Mr. i Horatio Bartlett of Sydney, were i sold by auction to-day. at Tattersfclls stables, KnightVbridge, London. The sale was not ft very satis factory one. The t rottinsr stallion Era, by" Childe-Harold-Violetta, a winner of tnauv champion prizes in New South Wales last year, was uot sold, the bidding failing to reach the reserve. Barbara, a high jumping mare, with a recoid of oft lin., went for 100 guineas, whilst Everton changed hands at 80 guineas.

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TELEGRAMS. [BY CABLE.] THE SITUATION IN INDIA. A DESPERATE BATTLE. IN THE THERIKANDI PASS. FIERCE BAYONET CHARGES. LONDON, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

Hjlegkrams. ]*r CABLE.] The Situation in India. A DESPBBATfiBATTLE. , . sr • - - : ■■" IN^HB rrHKBlKANDI PAS6. FZ5BGE BAYONET OHABGES. Lobsov, November 2$. News V&s been received of a des perate fight between t British Indian force and (he tribesmen of theTirafa District. A largo force consisting mainly of Zakka Kheb and Akka Kbels at . tacked -Colonel l£empgter,8 brigade it was «nisang the Therikandi The Sikhs were anticipating the attack and hid among the heights as did fto Goorkhas also. The Afrtdis from Saraasar at tacked the Sftee&tti Sikhs in n. hand to haridposition, when the latter fought with great gallantry, and in one desperate bayonet charge killed sixty of the enemy. The thirty 8udt Sikfas eventually came to the isnpport of their comrades and two •companies of Sikhs then retired down the Pass fighting bravely in the darkness. The enemy, it was then found, were holding four horses which Mocked the path, hat the titkhs charging, drove them out at (he potat...

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