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LABOUR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. CONFERENCE DISCUSSING MATTERS. RAILWAY MEN AND COTTON OPERATIVES GOING ON STRIKE. LONDON, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

Labour Troubles in Eng land. CONFERENCE DISCUSSING MATTERS. RAILWAY MEN AND COTTON OPERATIVES GOING ON STRIKE. Lohdoh, November 25. The conference which has been arranged over the Engineering dis pate is now amicably discussing the question of freedom of management by tho employers of their own busi nesses. November 29. Last week a conference of railway men was held at Birmingham to deal with the dispute between them and the companies relative to the ques tion of honrS aud wages. The con ference considered that the replies received from the employers in re gard to the suggested compromise unsatisfactory, and the members of uf the conference reiterated their offer to submit tbe case to arbitra tion. It was decided that if this be not done they would declare a strike. The men decided that unless their claims were submitted to arbitration they will go out on December 18. The Lancashire cotton operatives have held a meeting, at which they rejected the terms offered by tbe employers, nam...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TELEGRAMS. [BY CABLE.] THE SITUATION IN INDIA. AFRIDIS SUING FOR PEACE. PASSES TO BE OPENED. LONDON, November 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

CAfcLR-3 The Situation in India. AFHIMS SUING FOE PEACE. PASSES TO BE OPENED. Lohbok, November 27. ~ Several important sectious of the Afridis are now soiog for peace. TSeneral Sir W. Lockh&rt, accom panied by Colonel Gaselee, is about to start npon & fortnight's explora tion of the Masaqne country, hb object being to secure the opening of the.XtcKeka and Upper Kaudi and * Masters Passes. It is also possible that General Lockh&rt will effect' junction with the Knrratn column.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

SHIPPING. arrivals. November 3G.—New Guinea, s.s.» at Broome, from Cossack. Noreinber26.—Sultan, e.g., at Oaslov, from Carnarvon. - November %t".—Albany, at Carnarvon, from Geraldtoiu . November 38.—Sultan, 8-s.. at Cossack, from Onslow. November 3(k—Salndin, s.s., at Broome, from Singapore.

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CHARGED WITH MURDER THE DEATH OF A POLICEMAN. ACCUSED RECEIVES SIX MONTHS. (BY TELEGRAPH) SYDNEY, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

CHARGED WITH MURDER THE DEATH OF A POLICEMAN, ACCUSED BECEIYE3 SIX MONTHS. (fir TEI-EGEiPKj. Stoket, November 25. Daniel Conway, against whom a coroner's jury returned a'verdict of wilful murder in connection with the death of Senior Constable Uurrow, was placed cm trial to-day. The constable was going to arrest a mate of Conway's wheu the latter struck him, - aud the men closed, struggled, and fell, the constable being underneath, lie received ser ious injuries from the fall, aud these caused his death. Conway denied that he struck de ceased, aud asserted that he slipped on a piece of orange peel and fell. A verdict of manslaughter was re turned, with a recommendation to mercy, on the ground that Murrow slipped on some orange peel. Conway was sentenced to six months'imprisonment.

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WEST AFRICA. REINFORCEMENTS EN ROUTE A BRITISH DEFEAT REPORTED. November 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

WEST AFRICA. BBINFOUCEMKNTS EN ROUTE A BRITISH DEFEAT RE PORTED. November 29. In view of the unsettled state of affairs iu West Africa, il has beeu decided by the British war authori ties to send 50 commissioned and 25(f" otui commissioned officers to command .'the troops *t l«8g08 and in the Hinterland. Tiotli the French and English Cohinial officers discredit native re ports which are current to the effect that the French defeated the British troops at Niki, and representatives of. both ^oVcnioients state that the officers of the respective forces were ordered to avoid a conflict.

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WARDEN'S COURT. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2. (Before Mr. Axel Ostlund, Warden.) APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

WARDEN'S COURT. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2. j (Before Mr. Axel Ostlund. Warden.) j An Application was made before this court by William Cum tilings for six months' exemption on amalgamated leases 161 and 163 of the Consolidated Gold Mines, situated at Bamboo Creek William Cunimings, sworn, said : In this connection I produce Mr. By ass' power of attorney authorising uie to make this application on his behalf. I produce an affidavit which I wish to put in as evidence. The usual notices have been posted. No objections have been lodged. The leases have enjoyed no previous exemption. Tin: working cap itul of the ecmpany is exhausted, and owing to the scarcity of water the : battery is unable to be worked The; stone has had to be carted about two and a half miles to another battery— an increase of 30s. per ton—and 500 tons of stone were crushed in this way* averaging l^ozs. Carting cost 16s. per ton, and crushing 32s. 6d. per ton. It id not payable. Some months a great loss had been incurred. ...

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AFRICAN AFFAIRS. SOUTH AFRICA. TRANSVAAL PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. COM PAUL UNBURDENS HIMSELF. LONDON, November 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

African Affairs. SOOTH AFRICA. TOAX8VAAL PRESIDENTIAL ELEGTION. OOMP ADL DNBIT8DKN S HIMSELF. London, November 27. President Krn^er is bnsy election Bering for the Presidential contest. Oh the hustings Oum Paul freely joittified the seeding of spies abroad to Cape Colony, Ubodesin, aud Dela goa Bay, and on one occasion recent ly the President confessed he had attempted to annex lihodesia, bat the English were too sharp for hiru.

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ROEBOURNE NEWS. (BY TELEGRAPH). ROKBOURNE, November 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

B0EBOXTRNE NEWS. (w TEfcEGBAPH), (rees <ms ww ooosnomn.) ftoteHOTJKKK. Kovember 29. Mahomet A jib, -wpo was brought up tin i«mn3 last Wednesday and charged with the larceny of certain goods, the propcrty of JUise JBhnmer, a barmaid, en^id tt the Jobilee Hotel, and also *ith hoasebresking and stealing {rom the premises of Messrs. H. 3. Watson <fc Co., whs committed far trial at the next Qimrter Sessions, To-day (Monday), a colon red man Darned Ah Mat vaa charged with on fewfnlly converting to his own &se the rom of £14, which he received for the sale of a borse on behalf, of a third party. He was committed for trial. Yesterday a mob of 6000 . sheep passed tbrosgb JEtoeboorne from - the DeOnyctatieffl on .the way overland to the Swan; Mr. J, Bong was in-charge. To-day another mob of 3000 from Messrs, Maekay Bros.* Mondchnllan gBDB station passed through here en rovte to the A&bbarton. *K»e weather remains hot, and for the past four aeis the thermo...

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

Q0ND03S g PORTS, BOXING DAY (Dec. 27.) Athletic sports win be held at (London on Monday, Decem ber 27 (Boxing Day), at which the fol lowing prizes will be offered for com petition :— Sheffield Handicap ... £10 Champion Race ... £5 Fifty Yards Sprint ... £2 Jumping Contest "... £1 Besides the above there will be. sundry Sports and Games for "which prizes have been set apart. Nominations most be In the Secre tary's hands on or before the 18th inst., and Acceptances by /the 24th inst. J. E. PRIOR, Secretary. Christinas Exemption on Goldflelds. Department of Mines. Perth, Oct. 2li, 1897 IT is hereby notified, for public in format-on, that General Exemption, from Labour Conditions has been granted for all the Goldfieids of ihe colony front the 20th Demnslier. 1897, to the 3rd January, 1898. inclusire. E. H. "WITTENOOM. Minuter of Mines. MARBLE BAR POMPIKG station. Public Works Department* W. A.,G-oldflelds Water Sup ply Branch. PUBLIC NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby giren under the piovisions o...

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

A MIRACLE IF EVER THERE WAS ONE, DAVE KIRK, AK JEX-MELSOUKNE CRACK BICYCLIST, LEAVES THE HOSPITAL TO - DIE SEVEN specialists pronounced his CASE INCURABLE. TERRIBLE RESULT OF A FALL AT THE SCOTCH COLLEGE GROUNDS A YEAR. AGO. Paralysis, hemorrhage, spinaldisease and locomotor ataxia. NINE-MONTHS AGONY IN THE MELBOURNE HOSPITAL. NOW A HEALTHY, ACTIVE MAN. THANKS ~tO DR. WftXLAMS1 PINE PILLS. {From the Melbourne Advocate."} Dave Kirk, tbe vcB-knova and highlypopnlar hero of tbe cyele track, flu tbe 8tb - October of last year, training in the fboteh College Grounds, Melborarne, when, all of a sadden, and without any warning, the tire of the leader broke, and becoming at once en tangled hi the wheel, brought the rider to the ground with terri&c force. So great was the impact that not a single limb or member of the unfortunate' q-rffet'a hrame escaped serious injury. In dR haste the victim was removed to the Melbourne Hospital, more dead than alive, and *jutte~o»eon»oioHS from sho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

CAMELS 1 CAMELS! FOB* SAXJ3 OB. HIKE. PROSPECTORS EQUIPPED. EASY TERMS TO SUIT CLIENrS. Full particulars, apply BOB WALLACE, Seren-Mile Gate, Condon. — THE — Pilbarra Goldfield News, Published erery Friday at Marble Bar, in the Pilbarra. Goldfield. Contains all the latest and most reliahlo information concerning Mining in the Pilbarra Goldfield, including the centres of Marble Bar, Bamboo Creek, Nullagine, YVeslern Shaw, North Shaw, Tstn bourrnh, North Pole, and Yandicoogina. Tr.UUfi or SUBSCRIPTION IN Advance : 6s 6d 'per quarter; 13s half-year; £1 6s year. Advertising Rates : a per inch per insertion ; applications for gold-mining leases, £t 4s for two inser tions. Bates for the insertion of adver tisements for three pionths or a longer period inay.be had on application. Agents : Ernest R. James (Advertisement Agent), ** Morning Herald " Office, Perth Watson St Geyer, Boebourne A. E. A. Haste, Bamboo Creek. Wilfred Jackson, Western Shaw S. P. Lynch, Nullagine S. Hedley, Condon By ...

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THE YOUNG LADY WHO WOULD GO TO A DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

THE YOUNG LADY WHO WOULD GO TO A DANCE. 11 went to such a delightful dance last night,' said a young lady, by name Bliss Elsie Kelly, of 42 Palmer-street, Darlinghurst, thereby disclosing the fact that life still contained pleasures and comforts for her. 'But,' continued she, 'less than a month ago. however, I never expected to he able to dance again, as £ was suffering most virulently from a fearful attack of anaemia that threatened to cut my existence short. You see, I'm in u»y teens, and am con sequently at an age that is critical to all Australian-girls. - Jfy trouble began with indigestion in the moat cruel form. Without apparent reason, I found my- ! self forced to live on small pieces of toast, water biscuits, bovril, and on such light food, and even the digestion of these occasioned me the greatest pain ; so bad was I, that I was cveu unable to j take vegetables. Excessive palpitation of the heart also distressed rue acutely, and this became so exhausting that even if I mere...

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JOURNALIST CUTS HIS THROAT SYDNEY, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

JOURNALIST CUTS HIS THROAT Si'DNKV, December 7. William Freeman Kitchen, recently sfec-retary of the Patriot League, and editor of Sydney ' Field,' committed suicide to-day by cuttiug his throat with a raior.

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MINE OWNERS AND THEIR MEN. CONFERENCE TO BE HELD. SYDNEY, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

MIKE OWNERS AND THEIR MEN. CONFERENCE TO BE HELD. Sydney, December 7. An important conference between ; Newcastle coalmine proprietors and representatives of the men. is to be hetd at Newcastle to-morrow, to discuss the question of weighing each skip ot coal mined," to which the" owners" bare offered strenuous objections, and also the uiatter of payment for sumii as well as round coaL

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FATAL EXPLOSION IN A TUNNEL SYDNEY, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

FATAL EXPLOblON IN A TUNNEL Sydney, December 7. Within the last ten days three msn have been killed by explosions iu the sewerage tunnels in course of construc tion in the metropolitan area. At an inquest on the body of Thos Staddon today, the jury found that deceased had met bis death through improperly usiug explosi%'es, respecting which, in their opinion, the men employed bi asing tliem had not -received sufficient instructions in order to protect them selvts against accident. They also added a rider that the.<>orrrnnient be urged to pass legislation to further prptect workmen, by only allowing qualified certificated miners to. charge holes with opprovrd materials, and to explode such charge.

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INTERCOLONIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] New South Wales. THE TICHBORNE CLAIMANT MEDICAL EXAMINATION. RUMOURED UNFAVOURABLE. SYDNEY, December 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

"INTERCOLONIAL. [By Tkleqrapo.] Hew South. Wales. THE TICHBORNE CLAIMANT MEDICAL EXAMINATION. RUMOURED UNFAVOURABLE. SrpKEY, December 6. Smce report of the medical officers I who examined William Cress we! I in the ! Parramatta Lunatic Asylum, with a view of deciding whether the marks he Lore were the same as those of Sir Roger Tichborne, numerous rumours have been in circulation, and it is stated that the examination proved favourable to the claim put forward, and that Cres well will be taken to Lngland immedi ately. When, however, the real facts are1 made known by the court, it is possible tlmse who think that way will have their hopes shattered, as though Cress well has the same habit of twitching his eyebrows as Sir Roger Tichborne, the other physhtul peculiarities of the miss ing Baronet are not apparent. When #hc report is published, it will probably be found that the doctors say there ore no marks on the shoulder and instep, and that the tatoo marks are also absent.

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THE COLONIES AND THE NAVY. LORD BRASSEY'S VIEWS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) LONDON, December 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

THE OOIaJNIES AND THE NAVY. LOR0 BRASS EY *8 VIEWS. (Br Tblboraph.) 'toifiOH, December S. Lord Brassey, Governor of Vic-' toriB, has contributed an article (a the December number of the " Nine teenth Century/' advocating the eti roflment of a colouialiseamen's re servo and the training of colonial boys for the navy. Lord Gbas. Bereeford coo cars With Lord: Brassey^s proposals, and also with the snggeptioB" that- the tmships on etatiubs jti colonial bases shoald be manned in lime of war by Bt(s cokmial reserves, who might be assisted -by crews of obsolete ship j. Tbeod vantage of .this schetno would, hejptoifabed%nt, the fact that it WpokL :be the seamen attached to woold bo ie»:

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THE ESTIMATES. December 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

THE ESTIMATES. Decpinlwr 4. in tne Assemoiy on lhursday tne i main feature of the sitting M as a general j debate on the estimates, and this com-j menced soon after the House had as-; semlricd. The time was taken up by 1 those members who addressed themselves to various items at length, till shortly before eleven o'clock, when the Premier rose to reply. In a speech of upwards of an hour's duration, lie criticised the speeches of his opponents with a con siderable amount of force, and Mas frequently subjected to interruptions, •though mostly in a spirit of banter. Sir John having concluded his address, the first item on the estimates, His Excel lency the Governor,'' was passed, and a few minutes later the House adjourned till Monday. In the Assembly yesterday (Mont1. ) tin? Inebriates Bill and Legal Praci. tionfrs Bill were rend n fiist time. The Auctioneers Act Further Amei d ment Bill was read a .'second time, ai d pns5.il through committee. The Bills' Bill dealing with public nota...

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THE GOLD YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

THE GOLD YIELD. The gdld yield of the'colony without doubt, mounts tnoBth by month. In l)etober. 75,690 ounces of gold were exported froiti Western A us t-ralia, &ud it is pleasing to uote- that last month 75*940 ounces were ship ped—an increase of 250 ounces ou the preceding mouth. This sur passes all previous mouthly exports, and., act only establishes a new record—as each 'month of the last three mouths has done—but makes us bead Australia. We have passed Queensland, aud even great Victoria, that has, ever since the"discovery of gold in Australia, held such an un disputed title to the first place. For the first uine months of the year Victoria produced 575,068 ounces of gold. In a Similar period Western Australia has exported 526,720 ounces. Hut about half our total yield for the nine mouths has been produced in the last four, while the October portion of it is one-seventh of the whole. There is no doubt the gold output of this colony'fi5r 1897 ill surpass all others, aud...

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GERMANY AND CHINA PRIVILEGES CONFERRED. London, December 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

GERMANY AND CHINA PRIVILEGES CONFERRED. London, December 8. A belief prevails in diplomatic circles that Germany will endeavoar to obtain a lease of Port Ki:vo Chan, from the Chinese Govermneut, but much, depends npon the nttitade of Russia, whose approval is problem atical. " Hoping to secure .evacuation by the German troops of 'Port Kiuu Chau, China has agreed to coufer upon Germany certain exclusive iniuing and railway privileges iu Shau Tung.

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