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TELEGRAMS. [BY CABLE.] LABOUR TROUBLES IN GREAT BRITAIN. A WEEKLY LEVY. FEDERATION OF TRADES. LONDON, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 January 1898

TELEGRAMS. [BV CABLE, j Labour Troubles in Great Britain. A WEEKLY LEVY. FEDERATION OF TRADES. Londok, December 27. A conference, representing' a million Trades Unionists, was held in London yesterday. Resolutions were carried applanding the action of the engineers, and recommending a weekly levy of at least threepence. The conference also resolved that the thanks of the workers be conveyed to the Continental, Americau, and Colonial workmen, for their generous support during the present ntruggle, and urging its continuance. The conference further approved of the federation of all trades organisations, aud advised resolute legislative action against federated capital.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHOCKING ACCIDENT AT MELBOURNE. FOUR LIVES LOST. IN A SEWEWAGE TUNNEL. (BY TELEGRAPH.) Melbourne, December 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 January 1898

SHOCKING ACCIDENT AT MELBOURNE^ four lives lost: ik a sewerage tunnel I {by TKLEGEAPff.) Melbourne, December 24 An alarming auid fearful accident occurred this morning in the seweragetunnel known as Mackenzie & Seas Not. 1 contract. South Yarra. Tiie faets of the aceideut so far knowis are that Mr. Mosseph, the Inspector of the Metropolitan Board of Works, accompanied by Messrs. Henry Porter,. Stephens and Miehael Hoare, descended the shaft this morning. Those on duty at the n'outh of the shaft did not know anything was wrong, tiiL Hoare returned ui a taint condition and stated that Mosseph required assistance. Having overcome the foul air, a search party was at once organised, consisting of" Messrs. Mackenzie, (contractor of above firm) Gibson and HoareThey found Mosseph lying on hishack in the tunnel-Stephens being close by lying on his side. Both men wero unconscious. A further search revealed the body of Porter, who was- also unconscious. A light carried by Mackenziebeca...

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FROZEN MEAT NEGOTIATIONS. THE RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT REQUIRE A LARGE SUPPLY. SEVEN HUNDRED TONS WANTED. (BY TELEGRAPH.) Sydney, December 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 January 1898

! FROZEN MEAT NEGOTIAj TIONS. j THE RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT REQUIRE A LARGE SUPPLY. | SEVEN HUNDRED TONS WANTED. (by telegraph.) Sydney, Decern her 2<S. L A.u_amvi«iueeuier.t has w.nteTTiaT negotiations are in progress for *iie supj ply of a large quantity of frozen meat | from Australia to the Russian author! ties at Vladivostock, which has been received with interest in military circles 1 Major-Geinral French, when interI viewt d said he did not see anything out of place in Australia supplying the produce to Russia. The country was at peace with England, and there was 110 reason in supposing that she meant to he anything else. All that couid be gathered, was that Russia was showing renewed activity in the East, which might mean something serious, but mcaut very little, i Major General French admitted that the demand upon China by Russia, for the dismissal of British engineers, employed upon the railways, looked ominous, but chiefly, so far as Russia was concerned, he thought...

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HEAT WAVE IN THE EAST. (BY TELEGRAPH). Melbourne, December 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 January 1898

HEAT WAVE IN THE EASE (by teleghith). Melbourne, December 29 Fearful heat has been experienced afc Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide, ancE at the latter place yesterday,, the thermometer registered 1 lOrltg. in. theshade. December 31. The heat wave in South Australia^ continued yesterday, when the maximum, shade temperature reached 100, The excessive beat bad a terrible effect upon animals and birds in the Adelaide Zoor logical and Botanical Gardens,and «|uite a number, including several rare ajwt valuable specimens, succumbed.

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SERIOUS SHOOTING AFFRAY AT COOLGARDIE. PEOPLE SET UPON BY MASKED MEN. POLICE REINFORCEMENTS LEAVE PERTH. (BY TELEGRAPH.) PERTH, December 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 January 1898

SERIO US SHOOTING APE RAY AT COOI^ GARDIE. PEOPLE SET UPON BY" MASKER MEN POLICE REINFORCEMENTS LEAVE PERTH. (by telegbafh.) Pebth, December 291. A serious shooting affray has occurred at Coolgardie by four desperate characters at present at large. It appears Mr. Fiddes, the owner of a restaurant iu. Bayley st . accompanied by his wife and two assistants, Miss Hughes and James Mayburry were returning home after business, al»out 11.30 p.m., when they were set upon by armed men, who wore masks, without any warning. One fired! at Miss Hughes, but the shot went wide, A second shot was fired at Mayburry, which took effect, the subsequent shot breaking his wrist. He now lies in a precarious condition. Shots were also filed at Mr. Fiddes and wife, but all escaped. Cries were raised for assistance, and the men made off. Several persous appeared on the scene, and removed Mayburry to the hospitah The police went in pursuit of the desperadoes, and one constable actually came in contact with th...

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. PERTH, December 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 January 1898

PARLIAMENT. j LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. I PF.BTn. December 24. I 111 the Assembly on Thursday, the members met at noon to finish the business. The following hills were abandoned :— Bills of Sale Bill, Fire Brigade's Bill, Public Education Bill, Metropolitan Water Works Act Amendment Bill, Mines Regulation Bill, Underground Bill, Railways Act Amendment Bill, and Roads Act Amendment Bill, and one or two motions remaining, were also disenarged. The Police Act Amendment Bill came before the House, and passed through all the remaining stages hut the clause legalising wheel totalisators, commonly known as spinning jennies, was struck out. This amendment did not meet with the approval of the Legislative Council, which insisted on the retention of the clause in the Bill, and, in consequence, it ceased to exist. For whereas, amongst some members there was a feeling in favour of yielding to the wishes of the Council, a large number opposed such, and the Bill was extinguished by a motion being car...

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NEW YEAR HONORS. LONDON, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 January 1898

NEW YEAR HONORS. Loadox, December 27. j he Queen has beeu pleased to confer the following New Year honors :— An Earldom was confeired upon Harou Halsburv, Lord Chancellor. Peerages : .Sir William Wallace Ilozier, liart. ; and Sir Horace I3rand I'ownsend Farquhnr. Barouettcies : Barouettcies have been conferred upon Sir Saal Samuel, Mr. Frederick Wigan, Mr. Fidwin Lawrence, M.P., Mr. John wr in. McLaro, M. P., and Mr. Charles If Holder, K.C.M.G. .. Judge Boucautpbt South Australia, was made a Knight Commander of the Order of St. Michael and St. George. Knighthood : Mr. Thomas Johnstone Liptou. London, tea merchant, was made a Knight Bachelor. C.M.G.: Mr. J. M. Brown, the British Superintendent of Customs, Corea, was made a C.M.G.

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INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. A WIN FOR VICTORIA. BATSMEN INCAPACITATED BY THE HEAT. MELBOURNE, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 January 1898

INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET j MATCH. • VICTORIA y. SEW SOUTH WALKS. A WIN FOli VICTORIA. j BATSMEN INCAPACITATED BY \ THE HEAT. ! jNIelbouuxk, Decrmliri" 27. The match Violoria v. "New .South i Wales, commenced at Melbourne to- ] day, Victoria "inning the toss. The following are the scores : — Victoria—Fn-st innings. Rruec c Garrett b Mi Kibbin ... IS Warn c Kelly h Melyibhui ... (5 Worrall (0,w) '' Noble ... ... -113 . Titiin 1 tie c Kelly b McKibbin ... 40 Trott inn out ... ... ... 14 Graham b Ferris ... ... ... 54 Giller c Garrett h Donnan .... 45 McMicliael not out ... ... 53. M u i ray b Pye ... ... ... 18 Roche c Howell b McKibbin; ... 4 Johns b Pye ... ... ... 11 Sundries ... ... ... 14 320 I NewSoctg Wales — First iunings. i Fhitis c Trumble b Roche ... 3J Donnan b Trumble ... ... 11 j Irtdah- ii Trott ... ... ... 13j Gregory c Giller b Trumble ... 33 j MeKenzie c Hurray b Bruce ... 88 J Pye c McMiehael b Bruce .... 80 j December 28. j The weather was terribly hot, several j playe...

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COCKROACH AGAIN AT LARGE. HIS ESCAPE FROM ROTTNEST. MAKING FOR THE NORTH. (BY TELEGRAPH.) PERTH, December 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 January 1898

COCKROACH AGAIN AT I LARGE. J HIS ESCAPE FROM ROTTNEST. | MAKING FOR THE NORTH. j (BY TELEGRAPH.) Perth, December 28. A report reached rremautlc yesterday to the effect that three native criminals, confined on Rottnest Island., succeeded in making their escape. The notorious Nor'-West aboriginal, Cockroach, was the ringleader, and induced two natives known as Slender and Charlie to join with hi in. A boat belonging to the settlement, was secured by the natives, who also raided a fishing boat, which the owner J carelessly left unguarded. From the j latter craft they secured provisions and water, and also took the sails. It is declared that Cockroach left attached to the fishing beat, a note upon which he had written with a burnt match, the words, 4Too late ~r you can t catch urn.' On Sunday evening Cockroach and the others were missed, when locking-up time arrived, and the loss of the boat became known at the same time. When it was fully realised that the natives had fled, the pilot ...

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THIRD DAY. ONSLOW WINS THE RAILWAY STAKES. January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 January 1898

I THIRD DAY. j ONSl.OW WINS THE RAILWAY STAKES. January J>. j The third day's racing of the W.A. Turf C!uh attracted another large attend- J anre, and again the weather was most j enjoyable. I hurdles. j Juvenile ... 1 Stauella ... ... 2 ! Chance ... ... 3 j Won easily hy three lengths in 3.44 ono-lifth. Dividend 53s. j Juvenile Handicap. I Persuasion 9.1 2 ( Uuthank) 1- ^ Mural 7st ... ... "2 Merry mail 8.6 .. ... 3 A great race between the fiist two, Persuasion winning by a head in 1.20. Dividend 32s. i Railway Stakes. j Onslow 8.4 (Walker) ... 1 i Yale Lock 8.10 2 j Scarpia8.3 ... ... 3 j On entering the straight Onslow took I command, and was challenged by Yale j Lock. A fine struggle ensued, the 1 North-West horse winning by a bare ' nose in 2.12 two tifths. Dividend 32s. Disposal Stakes. | Tapean, 7.11 (Cox) ... 1 Speculation; 9.6 ... ... 1 Dora, 7st ... ... .. 3 Won easily in 1.35 four-fifths. Dividend 27s The winner was sold to Mr. Phillips for 110 guineas. j Queen's Plat...

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TATTERSALLS' CONSULTATIONS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) HOBART, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 January 1898

TATTEHS ALLS' CONSULTATIONS. (nv teeegraph.) Hobabt, January 5. TIic folio-icing are I lie successful drawers in Tattersalls' Consultation on tbe Carrington Stakes : — Xo. 1 (folly subscribed).—Cambridge Syndicate, Cambridge Downs (Queensland), £4500; W. Timming, Wellington (N.Z), £1350; Mrs. Todd, Auckland (N.Z.), £90-\ No. 2 (closed for £2500).— Chns. Pnrdie, Grancille (N.S.W.), £1250 ; A B. Clime, Manning Hirer (N.S.W.), £675; T. Forwalbaa, Poowong (Victoria),"£450- J

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THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. Second Test Match. WIN FOR AUSTRALIA. MELBOURNE, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 January 1898

THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA, + — Second Test Match Win foe Acstbama^ Megbogbue, January I. The second test match between Eng— land and Australia c-onitneiiced at Melbourne ou Saturday- '1 herew-as a large attendance present, numbering about 30,000. Trott, for the Australians,- won the toss, and elected to bat. The weatlivr was delightful, although sevei'al players were still feeling the effects of the great heat. The Australians batted carefully, and the game was very slow.The above match was brought to a close on Wednesday, when Australia meted out a severe" defeat to the Englishmen, by one innings and 55 runs. In the Englishmen's tirst innings there were eight wickets clown for 224, when an unexpected stand was- made bv Druce and Briggs. Whilst stopping a* hard drive Darling had liis thumb spSit. January 4. Englishmen all out for 315, the last three wickets only addmg-four runs. January 5. The Englishmen collapsed on a-crumb ling w icket, and were all' disposed of in the secon...

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GIFFIN WILL PLAY IN THIRD TEST MATCH. ADELAIDE, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 January 1898

i GrFFIN WILL PLAY IX TillKD | TEST MATCH. Adelaide, December 27. j George GifFen liad an offer from the promoters of the English team which he consideis satisfactory, and although he will not play iu the second test match at Melbourne, owing to want of practice, lie will go into active training at once for the third test match at Adelaide in January. He will aJao play for the colony against New Soutli Wales.

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THE BENDHU NATIVE CASE. STRONG COMMENT BY THE CHIEF JUSTICE. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Perth, December 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 January 1898

THE BENDHtJ NATIVE' CASE. I sTroKg comment by the CHIEF JUSTICE. J [bt telegraph.] Perth, December 28. At the Supreme Court on Thursday, Chief Justice Onslow referred to the ^ndersori base, and said :—Mr. Crown Solicatb'rj before proceeding with the business of the Court, I feel it my duty to hiake some remarks, regarding the base of the Queen against Ernest William Anderson, which was tried in this Court a couple of days ago. Those remarks would probably have uiade to a Grand Jury under certain circumstances but as such an opportunity does not present itself, I will make my remarks now. I notice in the ' West Australian' of to—day s date, the following sentence in an article bearing upon the case : Since the deplorable Backabiddv fiasco some 13 years ago, on which this journal commented with what we conceive was deserved seventy, no case involving such gross inhumanity and such utter depravity of moral instincts, has come before our courts." The writer further on says " The very ra...

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PUGILISM. CORDETT v. [?]TZS[?]MMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 7 January 1898

i IHTGILISJ3".. | COfiTVftTT v.- -Ff-TZSfMMOX>S. ! .Jairu-s Corhett, the American pugilist ! 'A-Juo was-iveentlv defeated l«v Di>l> Fitzi situnions of New Zealand, lias posted one. ] thousand' dollars as a tliallengo to Fitz ; simmons. It is prepgstd that tie- match i shall take place in s-*hig\ It is believed. | Fitzsitimions is willing to meet Corbett . ; again.

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SPORTING NEWS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. THIRD TEST MATCH. GIFFEN NOT ASKED TO PLAY HOWELL REPLACES MeK[?]BBIN. Adelaide, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898

| SPORTINC_ NEWS. j (By Ttf,EG«APB.). THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIAr THIRD TEST MATOB. GIFFEX SOT ASKED TO PLAY HOWELL REPLACES MeKBBBIN. Adelaide, January T3. Considerable interest 1b being taken in the approaching test match between'JStoddart's Eleven and Australia, which will be begun to-morrow (Friday)". The City hotels have been filled to'overfibwing with country and intercolonial visitors. The weather is cool to day, and a general hope baa been expressed that it will remain so. The selectors of the Australian team met to-night, and selected the team. The only : alteration made whb the selection of Ilowell ' instead of- McEibbin, and this-seemed only likely in the face- of Howell's wonderful bowling in the late intercolonial' match. Donnan was again cIios.-u as an emergency, but George Giffem was not asked to take part in the contest. The English crieketeTS aTrived SrOra Stawell this morning;-Kelly the Australian wicket-keeper, being: also-on the train. To-morrow (Friday)- wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898

Ijetter of Thanks. 1 SHOULD like my many friends in this district to know that upon arriving Iiere to-day, I was greatlj' surprised, and with nmrh regret, learned that apprehensions had been entertained for my safety during my recent trip to the Marsh country. When leaving Tambourrah, I intended retnrning in a few days, but finding this impracticable, left a note explaining. addressed to Mr. Watson, Western, Shaw. secured to a forked slick by the roadside, with a request to forwnrd. and I thought he would be sure to get it. I take this opportunity of siivcerely thanking my many friends for the interest taken in my welfare. HARRY B. EINTOUL. Tambourrah 'Creek. January 10, IS9S.

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MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. NULLAGINE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) Nullagine, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898

MINING. PILDAUttA GOLDFIELD. NULLA.GINE. (BT TELEGRAPH.) (fhom ode own cobbestoxdent). The recent rains, having replenished the water supply of the syndicate's battery, it was started Inst Monday on a parcel of conglomerate from Barney's Hill. When this crushing is finished, 30 tons from Turner's lease, at Cajepnt, will be treated, and after that a parcel of about 40 tons from the Victory East ExlenJed will be put through. Now that there is plenty of water out at the Forty Mile, it is reported sereral prospectors are on their way out there, and they should do well. Mr. Dobcrly's battery is now well on towards completion, and is only awaiting the arrival of the other teams, when the party will soon be able to complete it. It is estimated that this battery will be ready to crush in a month's time, and as they have secured a splendid supply ©f water, Messrs. Doherty & Co. should reap a golden harvest when they start punching the gold out of the Great Eastern. The third batter}"...

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TOTAL WRECK OR THE S.S. LUBRA. AN UNCHARTED ROCK THE CAUSE. AT THE JURIEN BAY. NO LIVES LOST. (BY TELEGRAPH). Perth, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898

| TOTAL WRECK OR THE 8.S. LUBRA. an uncharted rock the cause. AT THE JURIEN BAY. NO LIVES LOST. j (bt telbgbaph). Perth, January 11. "TUe^Btcairief Lubra struck an uncharted rock between Geraldton and Freinantle last Tuesday morning, which resulted in her total wreck. The position is 27 miles south o£ Dongarra, and seven miles north. The Lubra sailed about five miles from land, near Jurien Bay, and carried nineteen passengers and a crew of seventeen. Later. Bv the s.s. Waroonga, which reached Freinantle on Saturday, further uews was received of the Lubra, which was posted as having left Geraldton at 19.30 p.in. on Monday last. The first tidings of her were brought by Captain Pitts of the s.s. Sultan, whoreported that he had passed the Lubra off Jurien Bay, and that she was standing clqse inshore, and flying sigimls. He states tliat in reply, he signalled to that vessel^for its boat to be seat to the Sultan, and that receiving no reply, after standing by for an hour, he resumed his v...

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THE ESCAPED NATIVES. THE SEARCH ABANDONED. TRACKS LOST OWING TO RAIN. (BY TELEGRAPH.) PERTH, December 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898

THE ESCAPED NATIVES. I THE SEAECI1 ABANDONED. TRACKS LOST OWING TO KAIN. | (by TEEEGBtFH.) PERTn, December 10. The police have abandoned the search for the three native prisoners who recently escaped from Rottnest Island. Mounted-constable Thomas, w ith the aid of a black-tracker, followed the tracks of the escapees up to a point about 10 miles south of tlie Moore River. Here a separation occurred, two natives continuing the journey norths while the other bad retraced his steps to the south. On Wednesda}7 Constable Thomas was joined by Const abte Cafisidy of Gingig, but rain setting ir, the tracks became obliterated, and were eventu! ally Jo6t sight of altogether. The search was therefore discontinued, and Constable Thomas returned to Freraantle on Saturday morning.

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