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PARLIAMENT: LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. (BY TEELGRAPH.) Perth, December 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

parliament: legislative assembly. (BY telegraph.) Perth, Docemkep 3. In the Assembly on Wednesday, Mr. I George Leake unjvi d for all papers in j connection with the outbreak of tkk at j Kimbeiley. Agreed to. J The balance of the sitting was oceu- , pied with Mr. James' motion, granting the franchise to women. A division was taken, the result being, 11 for and 17 against. Majority against G. Division list:—Ayes : Messrs. Ewing, Higliain, James, Kenny, Leake, Oldham Simpson, Solomon, Thros^-ll, Vosper and Wood. Noes: Sir John Forrest,! M essrs. Forrest, George, Hull, Holmes, j Hubble, Lefroy, Locke, Monger, Moi-an, j Peniiefatlier, Phillips, Piesse, Quinlan, j Venn, and Wilson. | The Hou se then rose.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

LOCAL. AND GENERAL. BaTXa Balla Post Office.—The tender : oE Sir. W. Patterson of £345 lias been Balla Bella. • Waik Cheek Post Gffict.—The sue cessful tenderer fc»r .the erection of the Whim "Creek post office, was Mr. W. Patterson forlhe snm of £335 8s 9d. - . Sa&b or Liqcob Amendment IIiee. Mr. George Leake's motion, to prohibit the employment of barmaids in. public bouses in the colony, was negatived in the Assembly by fire'votes. 1 Takboubbah Post Office.— The post and telegraph office which was recently ferectcd atTanibourrah Creek, was yester day opened for business. The improved facilities for communicating rapidly with outside centres are much appreciated locally. Proposed Stock Honrs.— Mr. Saxnnol Massingham, Gorcrnmcnt Supervisor, who B6 mentioned in a jnuvious issue, set forth to inspect a. proposed stock route from lie I Creek -to Finndong on the coast, returned yesterday to Marble Bar, baring success fully accomplished the journey. Pobligan Piked.—For accepting...

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FATAL BOXING MATCH. SEVERAL ARRESTS MADE. LONDON, December 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

FATAL BOXING MATCH. SEVERAL ARRESTS MADE. LoKdoh, December 8. At (ho National Sporting Club yestei-day," a boxing match took place betrcronWaltcf-Cruotjof lirigh ton,. (be clew light-weight, «od J0ni Carry, the well known bantam. Tie was a dbsperate oue. Groot met with severe punishment in the region of the heart, fliid on both < |i«w, from the Effects of which he fell heavily to the ground, and died «. few minntes afterwards. Dairy was arrested, and charged with manslaughter. . Seconds, officials, and. manager of the National Club were also nrrested, and charged with aiding and abet ting.

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ROEBOURNE NEWS. (BY TELEGRAPH). ROEBOURNE, December 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

ROEBOURNE NEWS. (BY Trr.FGBAPH). (FKOM OUE OTVN COKEESPONDENT.) Roebourne, Doeember 3. The 13am boo Consolidated Gold Mines liave put through their battery 362 tons stone, which yielded 547ozs. sold On the 25th ult. a violent whirlwind passed over Mount Florence homestead, on the Tableland, doing considerable damage to the residence and outbuild ings. According to the account re ceived in town during the week, the whirlwind struck the front verandah tirst, carrying it Ivodily, together with rafters and wail-plates, right over the house, and dropping it against a de tached kitchen. It took with it the northern half of the roof of two lean-to bi-di-oouis, on the eastern side, leaving l he hare walls only standing. A couple of sheets of iron were stripped of! the office, and timbers thereof sprung out of their position. Nails iu the re ninining portion of the roof are started A quantity of Iossened stone and pug from the wails fell insiie the building, but little damage was done to tir...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE WATER RATES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

correspondence. THE WATER RATES. - TO THE EDITOR. Sib,—Kindly allow uie space in your 1 valuable columns to draw attention to the exceedingly, high rate charged fer water at the Marble Bar Pumping Sta tion, and which, whilst it would scarce ly be felt in prosperous, times, is now monopolising the little profit left to business people, and especially the hotelkeeprrs, after paying expenses. I am aware that tire price charged locally is identical with that exacted iu other localities, but it must not be forgotten that hitherto this town has been piac tically free from such taxation, and the brunt now falls upon the hotel keepers, who what with, boarders and horse travellers, are put to much extra ex pense, for. which they cannot recoup -themselves without driving custom away, as most persons after having been able to obtain water free for so long, will certainly object to paving through the nose for it simply because tlie Gov ernment has seen tit to erect a costly and unnecessary pump...

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NORTH GERMAN LLOYD'S VESSELS TO CALL AT FREMANTLE. LONDON, December 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

NORTH GERMAN LLOYD'S VESSELS TO CALL AT JTRE MANTLE. I^ofiDON, December 5. The North German Lloyd's Steam ship Company, who are contractors for the Imperial German mail to Australia, have, it is annonnced, ar ranged to tdhIcc Freinatitle (in West em AnstraJiaj, their first port, as a port of call, instead of Albany as at -present- - j

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ROEBOURNE QUARTER SESSIONS. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Roebourne, December 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

ROEBOURNE QUARTER SESSIONS. fBY TELEOB1ED..] Rophoiimp^ Decoiiil'er 3. The Quarter Sessions were held on Wednesday 1-efore Mr. J. Brockman, Government Resident. Four cases were on the calendur for hearing. Jdeiiry Clinton was charged! with false pretences. The Magistrate said he failed to find a true bill against him, and accused was accordingly discharged. Hurry, an aWigiual, was sentenced to three months imprisonment for in Dieting serious bodily harm ou Johnny, another native, at Mnllina. Mahomet Ajid was sentenced to two years for stealing from the Jubilee Hotel, and to five years for house breaking and stealing from the pre mises of Messrs. Watson <fc Co. Ah Mat was sentenced to two years* imprisonuient for misappropriating JE14, the property of another coloured man. All of the accused pleaded guilty, and the sessions were concluded without a jury being empanelled.

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TURKEY AND GREECE. DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS RESTORED. LONDON, December 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

TURKEY AND GREECE. DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS RESTORED. Londov, December 5. A ■definite treaty of peace (after prolonged negotiations), lias been; formally signed by Turkey and Greece, and diplomatic relat»ous be tween these two countries will con sequently beat once re-established.

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THE TURF. GERALDTON RACES. Gera[?]ten, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

THE TOJtF. VESA1SDJOS HACKS. Gerafeiten, December 7 lhe W»re nxvting; which took place at GrpaWtoft on Twsd»y Mid Wednes day W, passed off fcnceessfiiHy. The feliov^atetbe maltn of the various wventsr— Trial Stakes. 2>ne*K?n0eghi (Barry} I Xarrikizi 2 ?W ... 3 KvBead 23s. Time Imin. 63sec. Fiyisg HtKBiur. Tojpey (Jf. long) ... I I«y (fates) 2 Bnd» ... 3 Time Imin. Slsec. Ko other starters .Dividend £2 13s. DlBTBICT PfcATE. Soman (MeSweeny} ... I - Mynkv ... -... 2 Datehia ... 3 Dividend 16s. Time 2 bid. 22|sec. Victoria Cur.—2^. miles. Golden King (Kirk) ... I Reap ... 2 tppnaet ... 3 Dividend I?b. Time Sarin. 49sec. Wen easily, feeing hard held at the " jhiisk ' So ethers started. CofclXTHIAK HaKCICAP. Dardis (M. i)avey) 2 Topsy "... ... 2 WonestsQy in 2roio. ISsec. SsriiKG Back. Broeecnter (Ijeimoo) — 1 hmikb ... ... 2 Prospector ... ... 3 W«i fej n hetd inlBiia ISseC. Divi <«!end £9 14s. Hosfioo Hahdicap. Dardis (Fairfield} — 1 - Plot® ... — 2 Reproach ... — 3 Dfhei...

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RICH STRIKE AT NULLAGINE. IN VICTORY EAST EXTENDED. (BY TELEGRAPH.) NULLAGINE, DECEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

RICH STRIKE AT NULLA GINE. IN YICTOBY EAST EXTENDED. (bt telegbami.) (FBOM OUB OWN COB EES POX DENT.) Nollagine, December 8. A sensational chute of rich ore was met with yesterday in the Victory East Extended mine, which it will be re membered was lately purchased by a Tasnntntan Co. The discovery was made-in the morning whilst the uit-n were working in the 60ft. level, and when the stone was broken down it was found to be literally hanging together" with gold. Some pieces of stone al>out the size of a man's fist contained gold all throv^h «s thick as a man.'# finger, and it is estimated that £500 worth -of gold was. raised by• one - man during yesterday tn an eight hours' shift. This immensely valuable find en hances the value of the new company's shares considerably, and leaseholders en the Victory line of reef are considerably impressed with the dazzle of gold now displayed in the tfrireaud the stone al ready raised. This is without* doulit the richest strike ever inado in the...

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FEARFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. ELEVEN PERSONS KILLED. LONDON, December 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

FEARFUL RAILWAY ACCI DENT. ELEVEN PKBSONS KILLED. London, December 4. A serious rait way accident is re ported from W-risbw, the capital of Russian Poland. The report states that a goods train collided with a passenger train, the force of the im pact being such that eleven occu - pants of -the passenger train were killed on the spot. . The accident is supposed to he the result of a blander on the part of apoiotsniau.

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PRINCE RANJI. ILL. CANT FLAY IN TEST MATCH. Sydney, December 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

PRINCE RANJI. ILL. CANT FLAY IN TEST MATCH. Sydney, December 6. JtTjnce K&njitsinliji. the Indian cricketer, is very anvell^ and it is doubtful whether he wOI he able to play in the first test match. Sxdkrt, I>eceml»er 8. Jjate heavy raius which fell have seriously affected the £fydncy cricket ground, with the result that it is im possible to practice on the pitch* which i is in at sodden condition. The ground is so well drained that it xhoutd, if nortb-easterly winds set hi, and fine,dry weather prevails, be fit to i flay on next Friday. If r. Russell, the Government As tronomer, at present expresses an «pinion that the weather wfll clear up, hot in may case, so much rain has fallen that it is net improbable that some ' very exciting play »'iH be witnessed on Friday. The final selection of the English Iran will not be made euitil Friday morning. At present it is not expected Ssnji will take part m the game, owing to the fact that he is barely con valescent. Should JRanji...

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SPORTING NEWS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. FIRST TEST MATCH. AUSTRALIA'S TEAM SELECTED. GIFFEN WONT PLAY. Sydney, December 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

SP0RT1NC NEWS. (By Telsskaph.) THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. FIRST TEST MATCH. AUSTRALIA'S TEAM SELECTED. GIFFEN WONT PLAY. Sydney, DeeemWr A The first test match between the teaui of English cricketers and representa tives of All Australia, commences on the Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday, 10th inst. For the above match, the Australian Selectors picked the following team this morning ;—H. Trott, (capt)., Gregory. Darling, Iredale, Lyons. Hill, Giffcn, McKibhiD, Jones. Trnmble, and Kelly. Emergencies : M cLeod and Don nan. Addude, December 6. Gifien is not going to {day in the first test tuabph. On Saturday morning, he received two trlegnun^ one from Major Ward ill, which read:—" Chosen player Sydney first test match, will arrange terms same as those contained in yoor fetter, 21st September"; the other, which was signed by Giegory, ran as follows ;—" Team nnanituouEly want yon to play test match, and are with ■ yon in matter to these telegrams." Gifien sent the following reply:— ...

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

Christmas Exemption on Goldfields. Department of Mine?,. Perdi, Oct. 26. 1897. IT is hereby notified, for public in formation, that General Exemption from Labour Conditions has been granted for ail the Goldfields of the colony from the 20lh Deeeraber. 1897, to the 3rd January, 1898, inclusive. E. II- WITTEXOOM, Minister of Alines. MARBLE BAR PUMPING STATIO N. Public Works Dapartment, W. A.., Goldfields W ater Sup ply Branch. PUBLIC NOTICE. -\fOTICE is hereby given under the provisions of *• The Water Supply Act, 1893," Sections 3 tiud 6, th«t on and after 15lh January, 1894, the fees for sale of Water at this watering place will be as follows; — SCALE OF CHARGES AT GOVERNMENT WATERING PLACES Eor 100 gallons of water. 2s. 6d. Any quantitv' over 100 gallons will be charged iu a pro rata proportion. For 50 gallons of water, Is. Gd. Oror 50 gallons and up to 80 gallons a pro rata proporiiou will be charged. Any quantity, over 80 gallons and -Under 100 gullons, 2s. Gd. Smaller quantities...

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

Thradelaidk steamship! .COMPAQ Y will receive applicat ions for gassxgtfs from Sidney lo Juaea.ii, (British Celuibia.) 1tms: S^oon ... ... £86 O O Steerage, £20 0 . 0 r . - (Sbmner u expected to tul from Sydney about the middle of Februarr. For Curlier particulars, apply to *. AUBREY HALL, Local agent,. Cossack. Pilbarra :Roadii Board. A J? ELEC3MpK >t<i« fill the racMiaes L on ti»e au £re Board, caused through the retirement of Messrs. J. A£vlfounse~ Tell, A Rbyer,jpBoyer, H.W.5fix, W. SL. Cooper, and A- Elliott,, will be held on DKCEMBEP LG, 1897 Nommaiaons must be- in the hands of the-Secretary. Mwadeiu days before the 1 dwiioo. . A. ELEY, Aoti n «-Cb airiu a u. Pilbarra Roads Board,. Warble Bar. ICoaember 28,1897", .7 QOKSKKR g POETS, BOZZHG DAT (Dec. ?7.) Be &jur: JtJL at Condon on' Monday,. Deoetti t«erYr(B&*ihg Day): at" which iBe fol io ving:- prizes will be offered foe com petition Zt—: _ \ Sheffield'Handicap: JCHt Champion Race ... £5» Fifty. ...

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

w Co. REGULAR STEAM 8ERVTCE TO NOR- WEST PORTS. ROYAL MAIL LINE (under contract to the west Australian Government). 1mow Sates and Pares. Coutil Mail Use to mad from Fremantle. FIRST sailing* for Nor'-West Ports uiuuUr:— IM. ATiBAWY, (lOOO tons burthen) UNRIVALLED. RAPID. and COM MODIOUS PASSENGER and CARGO STEAMERS, replete with every modem convenience^ sail regularly (circumstances permitting) from Fremantle, at least wrdtlj (united as often as possible to connect with the a.s. Albany), for— Banbury Hamlin Melbourne Vasae " Albany Sydney Qtiiadslop Adelaide And Queensland Ports. Special Service to Western Australia. Roomy and well-ventilated steamers apeedily adapted and fitted for the Stocl Carrying Tirade. under the Adeuidi SraawsBirCo/s supervision, run regularlj between Southern Ports and Nor'-West Ports, bringing Stock, Cargo, Eiploares, and Coal for all Nor'-West Ports, return ing to Fre mantle from Derby or Wyndham direct. for Port Hedland, Condon, Balla Balla, Ac-, at THRO...

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

S>EPaJETU£E&. <tir i^N^lipr3M^(iH|M>fera Ctnuma —THE— FfilttAT, DE.CKMBEK 10, 1897.

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SHIPPING ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

AB«IVALS December ft—Albany a-s. at Broome ftipin De^ry. December ft—Saladin «.s. at Cossack from Broome , >^9ecember ft—Dabro s^. at Ganiarron from Gnslow. December ft—Albany u.' at Derby .imfr Broome. t ^December t-s.s. at Onslow: ■BMemler A-laba »jb. at Pre mantle kamifien^dhn. sr 2.— Scladio ss>atCuoarroB ; lit&Hr.

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THE ANGLICAN SYNOD. December 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

TttE ANGLICAN NOD. Dfcemtn'r 7. i;The Anglican Synod was opened yesterday witk tlie usual charge l>y the Biehopi

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GENERAL NEWS. EXTRAORDINARY MONEYLENDING CASE. WHICH IS DISMISSED. LONDON, December 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

-GENERAL NEWS. EXTRAGRDINAKY MONEY LENDING CASE, WHICH IS DISMISSED. London, December 8. A remarkable money-lending' case came recently before the law courts iu London, It" appears!: a money lender, named Lie wis, sned Lieut. Clay, of the Life Guards, for£ll,ll3 as ralne of two promissory notes which defendant signed jointly with Lord William Beauchamp Nevili, younger son of the Marquess of Abergavenny. Lieutenant Clay pleaded that Jio only signed the document as a witness. The jury believed this statement, and the case was dismissed. Lord Nevill, the other signatory, is at present re siding in Spain.

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