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FIRE IN AUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

FIRE IN AUCKLAND. The large corrugated iron shedsat the Queen St. wharf, Auckland, were totally destroyed hy fire, and the conteuts of the shed, with a large portion of the planking of the wharf ou which the structure stood, shared the same fate. The damage done is estimated at - £40,000. The insurances are not heavy as most of the goods are only covered from wharf to wharf.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THIS AND THAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

THIS AND THAT. (By Ewwekawa.) The southern press seem to take a delight in changing or altering the name o[ a town, or I should say, a squatter's home, in the North-West. * * * The Perth Thuuderers, during the reports published therein re the Brtidhu native oase, seemed to think the letter lh' in the name of that particular town ship should be Mi,* and they did not hesitate in making "Boudhu" read' " Beudbu." j • • « i The Gerald ton press followed suit> I with the exception of the " Telegraph " man, who not only thought the letter 4 h' sh >ukl be transferred to ' b,' but that the correct name, as be thought, ap peared in his weekly sausage wrapper as " Bindbu." After all, the question may be asked, | " What's in a name!" i * * * How the wonderful "Liwv" of "Mount Mugnct Miner" fame, rubs it into P.M.G. Slioll is surprising. In his last issue, ho thus writes r—" Post Master General ShoII does not intend his employees to desecrate the Sabbath, and in this case he should at once...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
New Zealand. AN EVENTFUL VOYAGE. STEAMER NARROWLY ESCAPES FOUNDERING. AUCKLAND, November 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

Hew Zealand. * AN EVENTFUL VOYAGE. STEAMER NARROWLY ESCAPES FOUNDERING. Auckla.no, November 29. The Shaw, Savilie and Albion Com pany's steamer Nelson whilst travelling ; from Liverpool to Wellington hod a sensational experience when in Cook's Straits. A succession of gales accom-1 panied by heavy seas caused great havoc aloft and on deck, and subsequently when the steamer was off Cape Ten whiti, the vessel touched a rock and. begau to make water rapidly, the pumps being unable to cope with the inflow. The Union Co's. steamer Tarawera shortly afterwards hove in sight and the captain of thp Nelson signalled that his vessel was sinking, upon u hich the Tarawera bore down and took her in tow. after experiencing great difficulty in effecting a connection. On enteiing Wellington harbour the bowline snapped, but a tug boat was handy and the in-' lured ship was successfully berthed. The Nelson's sounding rod showed that there was six feet of water in the hold, and though extra pumps were b...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE BENDHU AFFAIR. Death of Alex. Anderson. (BY TELEGRAPH) Perth, December 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

THE BENDHH AFFAIR. Death of Alex. Anderson. (GV JLi L£r.R>PU > Pi*i tlv December I. Alexander kldwiu Anderson^ one of tlie brotirers arrested *m c!uiv« connected with the death of ihreo aboriginals at liendlm Station, o-> miles from Marble liar,, died yester day at the Fremautle gaaL SbucLiy after his arrest he was taken. ill,, and this subsequently developed fntu i typhoid fever to which he succumbed, j The body was Iviuded over to his j friends wl*> were present during hia j last moments.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
New South Wales. A CRIMINAL LIBEL CASE. ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL SYDNEY, November 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

Mew South Wales. A CRIMINAL LIBEL CASE. ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL Sydney, November 29. Mr. John Norton, proprietor of Sydney " Truth " was committed for trial at the Water Police Court on a change of criminal libel laid against hi in ! by Mr. Jas. Hector Carruthers. The ] alleged libel was contained in a para- i graph published in accused's pa|>er iu relation to the charges made by Messrs. i Geo. Lonsdale and Thomas against prosecutor's conduct as Minister for Lauds, when dealing with the exchanges of land 011 Salisbury run in the New England district.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ILLNESS OF DR. H. W. NIX REPORTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

ILLNESS OF DR. IF W. NIX HE PORTED. Considerable regret was expressed locally when on Wednesday List it became braited about that Dr. 11^ VV. Nix,, who for three years past has occupied the position of Resident Medical Officer at Marble Bar, had been struck down l>y typhoid iu Perth, and was in a precarious con dition. Dr. Nix left here abonfc a month ago for Perth in connection with the comruital for trial of the Anderson Bros., he being a material witness for the prosecutiou, and iu view of the death of Alex. Anderson from the same disease, it woold appear as thongh Dr. Nix, whilst ministering to him, had also contracted it. Details to hand so far are very meagre, but sufficient bars been re ceived locally to make it appear as though the case were a very serious one. A telegram was received by a local resident last night iu which it was stated that Dr. Nix was suffering from only a slight attack of typhoid and that his condition was not critical.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Victoria. THE RECENT FIRE. INQUIRY ORDERED. MELBOURNE, November 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

INTERCOLONIAL. [Br Telegraph.] Victoria. THE RECENT FIRE. INQUIRY ORDERED. Melboubxk, November 29. v The Solicitor-General has decided that the City Coroner should hold an inquiry^ into the cause of the recent tire at Messrs. Craig, Williamson and Thomas" warehouse, and a letter has therefore been sent to the Coroner directing him to hold an inquest. The head Minister refused to order an inquiry, saying it was open to any per son to pay 6ve guineas to the Coroner and thus bringabout the desired inquiry, but in view of the large destruction of property and allegations made against ' thu fire brigades of dilatoriness in con nection with the discovery of the out break. and their failure to check the spread of the fire, Sir Henry Cuthbert thought in the public interest, that he should order an inquiry.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FATAL CYCLING ACCIDENT. A FRACTURED SKULL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, November 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

FATAL CYCLING ACCIDENT. A FRACTURED SKUIJL [BT TSXEGKUH.J Sxdnky, Jsorember 28. A cyclist named, Arthur Cullen,. whilst riding* in Bedfern at consider-, able speed to fetch a doctor for hia wife, tried to slip between two carts driven abreast in Bockingham-st.,. and was struck by a horse attacked to a van driven by Charles Towns end. He was thrown to the ground with scch violence that he sustained a compoaud fracture of the sknll, from which he died four hours later.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GERMANY AND CHINA. MISSIONARIES MURDERED. THE RAPACIOUS TEUTON. LONDON, November 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

GERMANY AND CHINA. MISSIONARIES MURDERED. THE RAPACIOUS TEUTON. London, November 27. Trouble has arisen between Ger many and China. It appears that Germany demands the execution by China of the mur derers ofseversl German mission aries and the payment of 600,000 i taels, besides a fall indemnification for all the expense entailed by the] occupation of Kiao Chan. 1 China on the other hand offers reasonable satisfaction if Kiao Chau be first evacuated, and matters have now arrived at a deadlock. •: The Japanese Government, is in tjuiring throngh ite ambassadors as to the intention of the jE5nropean ijE^Srhs regarding the German occn

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 — 3 December 1897

BomlKio Creelc Boads BoartiL AK Election of Members to £11 the -vacancies on tLe sbore Board, caused tfarongfa the retirement of Messrs. Jfounsevell, Byass, ami Gardner, will be held on December 16,1897. The three retiring members are eligible for re-elation. Nominations most be in the hands of the Secretary seven clear days before the election, J. M. ROUNSEYELL. Chairman. Bamboo. Creek Reads Board, Bamboo Creek, November 19,189?. Application Cor a Publican's Ctaoioal license. To tfco Worshipful the Justices of the Peace acting in and. for the district of Pilbarra, in Western Australia. 1 GEORGE McbONAtD, now residing at Bamboo Creek, in the loan of. Bamboo Creek, do hereby give notice that it is any intention to apply at tbo neat licensing Meeting, to be holden for this district, for a Publican's General License for the sake of Fermented and Spirituous lafonors. in the Loose and appurtenances thereunto belonging, situated, at Bamboo Creek lenoca as the Mount Prophecy Hotel ud dov l...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RUSSIA AND TURKEY. A WARNING DISREGARDED. LONDON, November 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

RUSSIA AND TURKEY. A WARNING DISREGARDED. London, November 29. Notwithstanding the intimation' which Russia sent to the Turkish: Government warning them not to add to their armaments, the Porte hns ordered 150 cannons from Krnpp's foundry at Essen.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

DEPARTURES. NorfeHiher 27.—Sultan, s.s., fmm On slow, for Cossack.. November 28;—Albany, s.s., from Cur narron, for Onslow. Norember 28.—Sultan, s.s., ■ from Cos sack, for Singtpore.. Norember 29.—Albany. s.s., from On slow, for Cossack. November 2ft.—Albany, s.s., from Cos sack, for Broome. December 1.—Saladin, s.s., from Broome for Cossack. —THE— ijflhrat tSolbfclfc |lefes. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1897.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

UMITEli REGULAR STEAM SERVICE TO NOR-WEST POETS. MAIL LINE (under contract to the vest Australian Government). to Bates and Fares. Cnniil Mail lite (o and from Arouiitle. FDZSF enlace for Nar'-West Ports uwider:— b.b. AZSAVY, (1000tonsburthen) KAPZD, and COM FTR*uSSJPASSKKGJtft and CARGO hlfiAMlifiS, replete with -every modern regularly (riirumntMoces P«nwtiag| from Fremaatle, at least weekly (amted as often as possible to eonnect witli the m. Albany), for— Banbury Hamlin Melbourne , *"*»* Sydney Qnmdalup Adelaide •IsJ QwasLud Porto. Special Seme© to Western Australia. _ .Well-venUfaled. steamers, ■peedily adapted and fitted for the Stock • «uder iLe Adelaide owoffltt Co s Baperrisicw, ran regularly J^eea, Soothem Port* and Nor* West ."ft kwgm* ^ock. Oar^ Explosives, , »or-West Ports, return ^?J^FremautIefromt)crby or Wyndham Cwgo for Port Hedlaad, Coadon, Bulla Bala, Ac-, at THROUGH RATES. n I!!!i''W£ Company is prepared to grant 5*"?*** rates of freight from all W.A. ports to all ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL COURT. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1. (Before Mr. Axel Ostlund, R.M.) BROWN v. TRAINE AND RAYNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

LOCAL COURT* WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1 (Before Mr. Axel Q&tlund, R.M.) BHOVTN Y. TBAINE AND EAYNER. Mr. Lacey for plaintiff, defendants being represented by Mr. J, Ifayner. Alfred Brown (plaintiff), said the tele gram lie held in bis hand was a copy of one be bad received from Mr. itayner. In the terms of that telegram the latter agreed to pay him £5 per month to look after his horses, and "that was the amount he uow claimed. He put the telegram in question in as evidence. The amount of money he was now suing for was due and qwing to him- The Mr. Tecde mentioned Sas the Condon postmaster, from whom 2 obtained the ropy of telegram. Cross-examined by Mr. Bayner : When lie came into his employ or, the lZth July last year no arrangement was made about wages, ifo arrangement was made until the telegram which was put in as evidence was received. He remembered no agree ment to work for £3 per month. He wired defendant nt Geraldton asking what wages he was going to receive, to which a j...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

LOCAL and general. The Government Subvevor.—Mr. K. W. Geyer. Government Surveyor, left MarMe Bar .on Monday last for Balla Bella, where he will survey a towasite. Bbsikk88 Chajkge. — The butchering business of Messrs. Brown and Gardner at Bamboo Creek, has, we bear, changed hands. The Robert Bancs. — Stone is nc being carted to the Augusta battery from the Robert Bruce, and crushing will be commenced shortly. Make Manager fob Nullagike.—Mr. Digney, the new manager of the Victory 51 a, 1 and the Victory Extended, Nulln giae, left en Wednesday last for the scene of his labours. Mr. Digney eomcs to the Kor" West from. Tasmania. Police REiNFOBeBHENTs.—Yd another policeman has been ndded to (lie already comparatively large staff at the Marble Bar station. Constable Stowe arriving by last coach from Roe bourne, he having been detained there a few weeks on his journey hither from Perth. The Revfkpe. — The revenue returns, for the month of October, whilst indicating an. increase of £35,039 ...

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THE NIGER DIFFICULTY. BRITAIN CLAIMS HER OWN. LONDON, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

THE NIGER DIFFICULTY. BRITAIN CLAIMS HER OWN. Loxdoh, November 25. A deadlock occurred in the pro* { ceedings of the Anglo-French com- , mission appointed to inqnire into the | Niger difficaity through Lord Mali's- j bury having refused to discuss Great i Britain's claims to the Lorqa tei ri- j tory, east of the meridian of Green* : wich. | The British Prime Minister asserts j that France agreed to recognise j these rights in 1890. j

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THE NEW QUICK-FIRING GUN. A DEADLY WEAPON. SATISFACTORY TRIALS. LONDON, November 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

THE NEW QUICK-FIRING GUN. A DEADLY WEACON. SATISFACTORY TRIALS. London, November 27. One ordnance factory at Sheffield has made a new qnick-firiug-gnu, which is likely to prove an import ant .factor iu future naval warfare. The gnu was tested at Portsmouth with snrprisiugly satisfactory re sults, and proved effective up to a rauge of 16,000 yards. The charge required was 251fas. of cordite.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GOVERNMENT RESIGN. LONDON, November 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

T0|5 GOVKKNMKNT fiESIGK. London, Norember 29. tfpsbot^ of the recent tamaU 4a(iiti^ teetie8 in the Anstriau fieich. ratfa faas beentho resignation of the Premier, Cdhtjt Oasimtr Badehi, which wn& tendered yesterday. Bacon Laatch, of 6et|jian moderate views hf^jbeen^ipvjted to form the new Ministry, jt jtmsk epon whicjilie is msr eogflgd In thB meantime the fieichrath standB prorogued. Followib^ pfHm^ the, iii^graoebl. fracas mtoessedipthe .Chamber, on Thursday, a hostile demonstration; agaiast'the Government mi held at jRrpgne, the<eapifn! of^obmnTS, Sod ml Grate thejcaguta! of the province Mpf Styiria, and »1bo at Vienna, the il^t^#^AWnBD empire. '• jaitor die)d^noiiEtra> i fj&gB- -of fo ^eri<W a character o^jand;ihe; he; pabres point,r' and t*re1te arrests effected. When the Mayor announced the fact that Count Badeui had tendered his resignation, the tnob dispersed cheer ing.

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SCENE IN THE AUSTRIAN BELLIGERENT LEGISLATORS. REICHRATH. A DEPUTY GAGGED AND IMPRISONED. LONDON, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

SCENE IN THE AUSTRIAN BELLIGERENT LEGISLATORS. A DEPUTY GAGGED AND imprisoned: - Londok, Nov^mlier 25. Another caching scene whe wit nessed in the Austrian Reicbrath yesterday, when Germans and Slavs fongbt ficrpeJy for balran hoqr." The fhp6idcntfledwhile the fight was ragiog, and niie -of tlic couibat cufs threw a chair at him. One depoty dtewn ktiife, bat was disarmed before he conld use it, wrhilst another threatened tp bring n revolver. \ The dothes of Hereon Wolfe and SchoBnerer were torn from their bodies, whilst two other deputies were nearly choked,' Ijadies' in the galfety screamed, while many of the men shouted *• disgrace." The police finally interfered and restored order. Later. Incoopoctkm with the recent scenfSinthe Austrian Lowet Honse at Vienna,* telegram states that Deputy- Wolfe, who in company with deputy SchtBnerer was ejected fronr^fhe ^tfhauiber on Wednesday last, arae, on malting his appearance in the Beichrath on Friday, ar rested, and made a loud protest, w...

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GENERAL NEWS. QUEENS MESSAGE TO THE ENGLISH PEOPLE. TO BE PRESERVED IN A PHONOGRAPH. LONDON, November 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

GENERAL NEWS. QDEENS MESSAGE TO THE ENGLISH PEOPLE. TO BE PRESERVED IN A PHONO GRAPH. London, November 27. Tbe Qaeeu lias arranged to speak into a phonograph n message to the English people, and this message trill be lodged in the British Museum.

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