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THE GOLD RETURNS. SLIGHT INCREASE FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

THE GOLD RETURNS. SLIGHT INCREASE FOR NOV EMBER. The gold returns for November w ere 75,940 ounces, which shows an incritxse of. 250 ounces on the preceding month The gold yield for the past eleven months totals 602,671 ounces.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LABOUR TROUBLES IN GREAT BRITAIN. NO SETTLEMENT PROBABLE. LONDON, December 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

Labour troubles in Great Britain. ftO-SETTLEMENT PROBABLE.! I ' - - V - ^ - - • - — , js;.-, {iOHDOK, December6. * 4f«ViBwrtjis, the 'proteinfent ^abpur"leaae*y delivered a speech at! Ch^1iSffl:^«5tird«j, in which he; dwfc; fironedioin erf the! •k-v.-'r ' • ~m? *. ° , tereooe. - • »a. Woramea. * who are * agreed to — llftBrsjCora mittce tsau Jtod tfmjfewago^ j*tke cam"

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ON MOUNT KOSCIUSKO. ESTABLISHMENT OF A METEOROLOGICAL STATION. (BY TELEGRAPH.) Sydney, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

ON MOUNT KOSCIUSKO. ESTABLISHMENT OF A MET-: EOilOLOGICAL STATION, j i (BY TKLKGBJ.PH.) Svdiiey, December 7. The misadventure which attended Mr. Wrange's expedition to the top t.f Mount Kosciusko to fix a moun tain meteorological station there, has been the cause of much laughter in Sydney. The journey was postponed from time to time in consequence of ad verse weather conditions, but finally Mr. Wragge, after looking ahead for four days, decided to leave his snug observatory in Queensland for the heights of Kosciusko. Everyone imagined that the ascent would be triumphant, and tlie party left Sydney on Wednesday last and got to Jindabyne, 011 tlie I mountain slope, aud on Thursday ; they started fur the summit. | However, twelve miles from the site of the proposed statiou, an ad J verse current cut in and brought with it rain and mist which stopped any further progress until Saturday | when the party reached the summit. The observatory having been es tablished, members of the Darty I...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A TRAGIC AFFAIR. BANK STUCK UP AND OFFICIATE SHOT. PERPETRATOR SAID TO BE AN AUSTRALIAN. London, November 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

A TRAGIC AFFAIR, BANK STUCK CP AND OFFICIATE SHOT. PERPETRATOR SAID TO BE AN AUSTRALIAN. London, November 29. ' Details of a tragic affair have just been telegraphed froiii the Cape. It is stated that a uiau named George Goodwin Crouch Smith, claiming to be au Australian and described by the police as holding k passport from Lord Brassey, Gov ernor of Victoria, permitting hiro to ti"avel nuywhere in South Africa, stuck np the Standard Bank of Sonth Africa, at Claremont, a suburb of Capetown. * The robber, fully armed, entered the bank and shot the cashier in the heart, and wlteu the mauager rushed out to the assistance of the dying officer, Smith fired at and wounded hitn. By this time the noise of the firing attracted the attention <*f some by standers, who started off fur the police. Ou the police arriving, ouiith, finding the game up, turned Jds revolver ou himself, and com «nitted suicide. The affair has created a great «eusaLiou in "Capetown. Otm Member.—In-supportin...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE GERMAN NAVY. NOT POWERFUL, ENOUGH. SO THE KAISER SAYS. LONDON, December 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

The German Navy. NOT POWEHEOI, ENOUGH. SO THE KAISER SAYS. -TriWBOK, December S. ' i Tl'fe JiaiserWrUiam, -w hen open ing Reichstag, declared that the German Na«rv whs at presentiu, sipcieiit tu protect the borne ports of tlje Bmpirej Owiup to the rapidly increasing commerce. The Kaiser observed it *pmk nut desired that Germany should rival will) the otivsl fkOtrers of the first fink. It was luMBfeyer. aareatial land eUuuId tnaintiiio by prepared IUH), its ,-$ea prestige amoner- the ioditfflB.- Tbe KuijM'tor admitted that Willi regard to military, judicial, *uod:{ie*i&i procedure. that reform whs neeiksnix tomeet the disciplin ary requirements ul thoarmy.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MEMORIAL TO THE NORTHAMPTONSHIRE REGIMENT. December 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

MEMORIAL TO THE NORTH AMPTONSHIRE REGIMENT. "Decernber 6. The people ©{ Northampton have decided to erect H perwunent me in ©rial of the gallantry displayed by 'the, -first battalion ; of . the North xunptonshire regiment, during the ceceut Cudraa campaign.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MR. CECIL RHODES. LONDON, December 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

MR. CECIL RHODES. liOVDoK, December 5. V W: \j^cii ^tbodes tsabtrat to visit Europe. tfewill uot offer himself! ,^8lsOP» of the candidates for Cape „lowtv at the forthcoming elections, taviijg decided lo retire temporarily ffplm^polilics. *s^-v ■' 's<: . ' -

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
AFRICAN AFFAIRS. SOUTH AFRICA. A LIBERAL-MINDED BOER. LONDON, December 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

Africa* Affairs. "::Sv V • , ,» ^ ;v _ _ t.., ^ /feGOTtt AFUICA. , A X«IftERAtr-JaiNDKD feOER. •rtoBWH, December 5. ^wjge Xa>Is*j of the Traiisvaal: when • cpeakiog -at Pre-' Ttoria ye8terdi»*%i\inH<le sympathetic l^ereocs;4b iwe-diisabilities of the tnajority <»f raifieiite of Jqbanues l*urjf_ , The Uitlauder population <of tijjp^'rafcisviial, observed the speaker, tmghfctu eliare in the pbH-, Itlckl privileges «f that oomitry, nod itohBte the benefit in all respfeote iofjWpml brtre.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LICENSING COURT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 6 (Before Mr. Axel Ostland, E.M.) APPLICATIONS FOR RENEWALL OF LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

LICENSING COURT . MONDAY, DECEMBEB 6 (Before-Mr. Axel Ostland, E.M.}> APPLICATIONS FOE EEFETTAX OF LICENSE. Pattjson Finucane applied for renewal of a wayside house license, at Taiga Talgtu Noohjeclions. Granted. Frank Prentice, renewal of wayside house license,. Woodstock Hotel,. Wood stock Station, No objections. Granted. J. F. G- Jlobinson, Coong&n. Hotel,. Coongan Station, wayside bouse license. No objections. Granted. Iieuri Lissiman, Tn uilKmrrah Hotel,. Tamliournih. Application, renewal. way side bouse license. Noobjeetions. Granted! N. Ciemensen, NuHagine Hotel. Nulla giiie;. wny-ide house lieeuse.. No. object, tinns. Granted. James Jf ay nor,. JfoyaL Arms If'ntel,. Coinlon, wayside house license and1 billiard table license. No objections. Granted. Sidney Hedley, Carriers" Arms- Hotel,. Condcyi, wayside bouse license. No- ob ject i'liis. . Granted. .John. Watson. General Gordon H'otel, West crn Shaw, wayside house license. No objections. Granted'. Wxllmn) dJidJyax...

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 — 10 December 1897

THIS AND THAT. (By Ediwekawa.) Under the heading of ' GeraMton News,' (be ' Western Mail' of a recent date, publishes an account of the fire which occurred at Roebourne, and also several items of Roebourne news, under the same head. Of course an editorial excuse will be given in the next issue— ' Owing to some error oh the part of our j printer's d—1, etc., etc.* ! • • • Not many years ago a similar mistake occurrid in Geraldton, but which was more amusing. A flower show was held at the Greenough. Flats, and 9. re port of (he same appeared in (he 'Ger aidton Telegraph ' over the heading of ' Horrible murder in Pertb,' whilst the report of the murder itself bore tlje heading of ' Greenough Flower Show.' The editor of that journal was in such n fury over the matter, that he reproduced an account of the flower show in his n-xt number, with the following foot note : —' Owing to one of our comps. being joined together with, matrimonial bonds yesterday, the whole staff were among the good...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE RECENT EIRE. CORONIAL INQUIRY. MELBOURNE, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

THE RECENT EIRE. CORONIAL INQUIRY. , Melbourne, Decern''Ci- 7. Hie City Coroner, Mr. Chandler, held an investigation to-day into the cause of the origin of the disastrous tiro at Messrs. Craig, Williamson «fc Thomas' warehouse on the 21st November. Several theories to account for the fire w<T& put forward, but each was prompt ly demolished, as a procession of em ployees testified that the premises wore carefully inspected l»efore closing time on the Saturday afternoon, there being no sign of fire. . Mr. Stein, chief officer of the Metropolitan. Fire Brigade, de clared his conviction that the fire find been hu ruing some hours, though it was invisible from the outside before its presence was made known to any one. The jury retained a •»verdict to the effect that there * was no evidence to show how the fire occurred.

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. MORE FIGHTING. THE TRIBESMEN ATTACK THE BRITISH TROOPS. RIGHT MEN KILLED AND OTHERS WOUNDED. LONDON, December 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

. ''' l«r£a»ue.J j f - : -*■••••■ >, ' • 4«€5jIUAT10NVNlNOIft. • •••*.*«••---.v' ; . .: - i tHB TKIfiKSMJEN ATTACK THE r.-'. .British taoaps. EECBT:MgN<S3LbKD A.ND OTHERS WQUNDED. Iibntos, 1>ecember 3. r ISngtdier - .federal Gaselee's eblnmh Imls arrived at Bai-gai, where « junction was ..effected with the KtHfrftraeolatsp. During the jcroos iiijrof the J£ahad nod Bara Bogs, the tribesmen strongly pressed Geuerat GsBeloeV rear-guard, and tried to iBeflEB the jgoos, Sharp fighting en siled. llie British casualties weie Sloljed and 25 wounded. December 4. ;Bn^*3ter*Generid GaseJee's col omu has successfully crossed the Ralsd sod Bant rivers. A large section «f hritbk iroopsdiave en camped on the frontier.- _The High landers are at ttuaUitudo of eiuhfc thousand fire hundred feet. The «Intense, v •

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Victoria. LICENSING COURT SENSATION. MR. PAN TON ON THE WARPATH. Melbourne, December 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

Victoria. LICENSING COURT SENSATION. MR. PAN TON ON THE WARPATH Melbourne, Decern Iter G. At the Licensing Court to-day, a man named Hunt, who was objector to a wino license, took- exception to the presence of Mr. Panion, P.M., ori the Beucli. Mr. Panton thereupon expressed con siderable indignation and said he lookid upon the objection as a«i insult, and that they ought 10 be ashamed of them selves, as a British community, to allow such scoundrels to attempt to pollute the fount of justice by insinuating that he could ever be prejudiced. j Hunt desired to state his grounds for objection, hut Mr. Pantou threatened to ask the chairman to call upon him to show cause why he should not be com mitted for contempt of court, aud re fused to entertain the objection.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. TAMBOURRAH. TAMBOURRAH CREEK, December 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

DISTRICT NEWS.. TA \? BO UB R AH. Tamboukbah Cbeek, December 1. A pood Mgn of the faitli of owners "iBi Tambourrah is the fact that it is the inten tion of nearly all to continue work during the Christmas exemption. By the way, wc have not heard anything as to- whets the annual general exemption starts thi&> year or for what time it will continne. I ami nfraid that when it does commence there . will be a considerable exodus frbmPiU liorra, and with the constant applications ' for exemption by t he companies, there wilt l>e but small inducement for men toretnrn. Mr. G. H- Cunnington, late engineer for the Imperial Go., lefir yesterday for Vic toria, after completing the erection of tlio* Worlds Fair machinery. Mr. Cunnragton* like many another, has come to the conclu sion that tliere-is nothing in wages in the IS'or' West, lie was a thoroughly capa ble man, and will be missed by bis namer-. oas friends. On Sunday last two 'eamel teams-, arrived, bringing telegraph p...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
INTERPROVINCIAL. THE REVENUE. INCREASE ON THE MONTH. (BY TELEGRAPH.) PERTH, December 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

INTERPllOYINCIAL. THE REVENUE. INCREASE ON THE MONTH. (by telegraph.) Perth, December 3. The revenue returns for November amounted to £243,107, as compared with £219.766 in October of last year, and £247,095 in November 189G. .Customs exhibit a falling off, the figures for Afce respective periods being:— £90>,786 for November 1897, Hgainst £106,708 for 1896. Laud £14,116 against £16,432 ; postages £13,144 against £8,569 ; railways £93,061 agaiust £80,131.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Queensland. PASTORALISTS' DIFFICULTIES. CONCESSIONS VVANTED. Brisbane, December 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

Queensland, j PA6TOKAI1I8TS' DIFFICULTIES. CONCESSIONS VVANTED. Brisbane. December 2. 1- A deputation of tneuihers of hoth Jlouprs of Parliament and represents IjtlveB pf .tbe Queensland StocSM waeders' nod - Ass^fttioii, nrged the Premier to grant compensation in the shape of a reduction i«t '.exits en length cued !'-usea to those squatters c. liable to j travel their stock to market owing to i the arbitrary restrictions along the quar- i an tine line. Sir Hugh Nelson replied he did not think in fairness to the general public that he could grant ilieir request, and moreover it was too lut<- in the session to take auyeaction in the way proposed. He suggested that a sulftidy should be given tol<oats ru uning to southern markets and this he was 1 willing to grant.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE TICK PLAGUE. KIMBERLEY DISTRICTS INFESTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

THE TICK PLAGUE. KISIBERLEY DISTRICTS IN FESTED. The fallowing telegram from Inspector Stephens, Wyndham, was receive yes- . terday by the Chief Inspector of Slock : "Wyndham, December 1—A third bullock infested with ticks was shot this morning. Only found t«o ticks, the others having fallen off. Found three on Nelson & Johnsons milkers, and .noticed others brought in from Goose hj^ll reserve with their skins perforated by.ticks. There is no doubt that dis triot is badly infested. Recommend quarantine ground extend to .Button's Gap "paddock, as cattle are being run.. there for water. Can working horses bo allowed to leave or go through quar antine grounds, and also will (he ship ntent of hides or skins be allowed.— (Signed) A. Stephens."

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN ALBANY PROTEST. NEGLECTED BY THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 10 December 1897

AN ALBANY PROTEST. NEGLECTED BY THE GOVERN MENT. A public meeting was held at Albany protesting against the Government treat ment of that town on the estimates. Resolutions were carried for immediate provision to be made for the construc tion of n railway from Albany to Bridgetown, for certain harl»our im provements, provided for on previous 'estimates, but not carried out, and for the establishment of a high school iu Albany.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

Hotice of Application for Auriferous I*ease. GT1CE is hereby given Miat ire the ■undersigned, here made application litis day for a lease under 1 lie Gold fields regulafwhs of ground tbown as "Great Eastern Main Eeef," containing 6 acres. Commencing at a. peg about I chain N.N.W from N-W. corner peg of G.M!» Lease 61 ; thence 10 chains N.N.E- (datura line); then 6 chains G.SK-; thence 10 chains &S.WT. t thence 0 chains to starting point, being portion"of abandoned lease 72. As triluess our hands and seals at Nulla gide this 1st day of December 1897. ■ * M. SPILL AVE JOHN OONNELL,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PERTH CRIMINAL SESSIONS. THE O'BRIEN MURDER CASE. PRISONER SENTENCED TO SEVEN YEARS PENAL SERVITUDE. PERTH, December 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 17 December 1897

Perth Criminal Sessions. THE O'BRIEN MURDER CASE. PRISONER SENTENCED TO SEVEN YEARS PENAL SERVITUDE. Pebtu, December 16 The criminal sessions of the Supremo Court, commenced ou Tuesday last. There were two cases set down for hearing. The first on the list was that of James Q'firien, who stood, charged with the wilful murder of his wife. This case was not concluded uutil yesterday, wheu the jury returned a Vprdict of manslaughter. - The prisoner was thereupon seu teueed to seven years penal servi tude.

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