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

—THE— "fjilfmtra dolbfielfc FHII>AY. JANUARY 14, 1898.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SERIOUS POISONING CASE. MEDICAL ATTENDANCE SOUGHT. THAT "TINNED DOG" AGAIN. (BY TELEGRAPH.) Northam, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898

SERIOUS POISONING CASE. MEDICAL ATTENDANCE SOUGHT. THAT "TINNED DOG" AGAIN. (by telkgkaph.) Northam. Januarv 11. A serious case of poisoning from the use of tinned meat, is reported from fleckering. A party of chaff-cutters, six in number, were camped at Bulgin Rock, where they partook of tiuued meat, from tins newly opened. They at once felt unwell, and immediately scut into Nartham by the first train for medical assistance. Two i of the ineu are ver3T bad, one especially I so, but the others are recovering. The symptoms are those of lead ; poisoning, and it is supposed the material I J used in soldering the tins, had dropped i j into, and poisoned their contents. j j The meat is said to be of Sydney pre- j j paration. |

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GOLD YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898

THE GOLD YIELD. Tbte goTd yieTd for the year ended 3fst December, 1897, totalled 675,071 ounces which is » reeordoiae for gold-mining in Westralia, aud as increase o& 1896 of nearly 400,000 oonees, WifcU this splendid return, we head the list this year in Australia's gold yield, a position of which we should feel highly proud, and one that it ia to fee hoped wild be maintained in the colony for the future-- It may be interesting for onr readers to kuow that the gold exported September last, topped the August yield, the highest previously recorded, by more than 6000 ounces.. October was 4000 ouuees ahead of September, and November shewed 250 ouuees- more than October. Last month's yield, although showing a decrease of 3529 ounces ou the previous three mouths, should have been a record one over the whole lot, but unfortuu: ately the retunia fronr the Mureltison—13,000 ouuees—were not to hand in time, and could not be axfded to the total export. This is j a great pity, bat we c...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERPROVINCIAL. PERTH, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898

INTERPROVINCIAL. Peeto, January 7. Yesterday at Coolgardie, Said Mahomet, an Afghan, was committed for trial oil a charge of having murdered a fellow countryman. Said Dardau. An other Afghan named Said Mahoiuet Noor, was also charged with the same crime, hut was discharged, the magistrate holding there was no evidence to convict him with the murder. The Customs store at the Pertfi goods station was destroyed by fire last night. The damage done is estimated at £10,000. Thirteen thousand ounces of gold were brought from Cue and arrived at Ceraldton on December 28th, but were t-oo late to he included in the export return for December, otherwise the Dc ceinber yield would have been a record one. The Commissioner of Crown Lands is at present engaged in formulating a scheme by which live guano deposits 011 1 Sharks Bay islands may best be ' placed ou the market for the benefit of 1 the agriculturists of the colony. The Buubury Municipal Council have 1 decided to support the proposal of th...

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STODDART'S ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898

I i stoddarts ele^ek. I j OVcB again the giant cricketers of England ; and Australia have been to battle, with j the second lest match, for supremacy in ■ j the ranks of the " grand old summer's i game." The match has been won and lost, j and Australia has put her shoulder to the | wheel this time, beating her opponents by i one innings and 55 runs. In the first match, it will be remenilrered that England romped home easily by nine wickets, but the tables were turned (his time, and the representatives of the " Kangaroo " gave those of the " Lion " a more severe beating than the latter meted out to the former. ! There is no doubt, the Melbourne Cricket | Ground presented quite a gay appearance I during the progress of the match, there j being no fewer llinn 30,000 people in ■ attendance, and ericket-go-at-it sort of ! weather prevailed. The Australians managed to win the toss, and Harry Trott j I decided to take possession of the wickets, of which good use was made, and the big j sco...

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Tasmania. BUSH FIRES. HOBART, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898

Tasmania. BOSH FIBKS. Hobaht, January 10. The heat is again oppressive, and the surrounding country is covered with stuoke from bush tires. The city has been enveloped in smoke, and nothing short of a good downpour of rain will check the spread of the flames. In reply to a deputation Mr. Braddon. on behalf of the Government, has promised to subsidise to the extent of pound for pound on money already raised on behalf of sufferers through fires. The Ministers are doing everything possible to meet the wants of the homeless and destitute by providing them with food, tents, aud work.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898

i LOCAL AND GENERAL. Cricket.—To-day on the Adelaide Oval, England and Australia met for the third time. The Horebt Bnccn.—A crushing of 40 tons of stone froru the IJohert Bruce was put through the Augusta mill last week, and averaged well. Coongan Station-.—We hear from Mr. j F. Bobinson that splendid feed is springing up all round his Coongan Station, the result of the late rains. Late Mail.— Owing to the boggy rendition o F the M arblc Bar-Condon road, the usual mail, which was due here 011 Saturday morning, did not arrive until Sunday. Faiibington's Bevvahd.—Mr. A. E. Pn rser, who left Marble liar a few months ' ago, is expected to arrive in town early in February with machinery for Farrington's Howard claim. Home once moke.-—Sergeant McCarthy, in charge of the local police force of Pilbarra Goldficld, and who had been down j South on the Bendhu ease, arrived home on Tuesday last. j Off fob a Holidat.—Two of our wcllI known business men — Messrs. L. J. Cooke | and A Elliott, lef...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Victoria. THE CLIFTON HILL TRAGEDY. MELBOURNE, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898

Victoria. ' i THE CLIFTON HILL TBAGEDY. i Met-Bodhke, January 10. At au inquest on the hody of an old j man named Michael Gregan, the victim j of the Clifton Hill tragedy, the jury j found that deceased had died from tup- ' ture of an artery of the brain, the re- j suit of violence. < . ! James Gregan, son of the deceased, was found guilt}' of manslaughter. From the cvideuce it. seems that a quarrel arose between father and son, when the latter struck his father. When the son awoke next morning he found his father dead in the passage. The accused has been committed for trial. ' i

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents.—Ed. P.G.X.] JUSTICE IN THE NORTH-WEST. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898

CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents.—Ed. P.G.X.\ JUSTICE IN THE NORTH-WEST. TO Trie KDITOR. Sin,—Would you kindly allow me space in your valuable columns to- ventilate u grievance—one that is deserving of much public comment, and one that casts a slur on British law, as administered in the Never—Never country of Western Australia No doubt, your readers will remember the case, tried at Nnllagine a few months ago, by Mr. James Iatlell, J.P., in which myself and a mate named William -Mansfield were arraigned on a charge of false pretences, and received two months imprisonment each- Previous to having « hearing, and before being sentenced at Nullagine, we were, about three months back, on a warrant issued by John Boyrr & Co., of Nullagine, arrested in Roebourne, and brought before Dr. Hicks, J.P., for a preliminary hearing. We pleaded not guilty to the charge laid against us, and were discharged. After a few days had elapsed, we were re...

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PARLIAMENT. REFORMATION OF THE UPPER HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898

PARLIAMENT. REFORMATION OF THE UPPER HOUSE. The Premier will adhere to the gen- j eral scope of legislation previously introduced by the Government for the reform of the Legislative Council. The provision made prohibits amendments in money hills. The nominee membership has been retained, but the term of office reduced from life to five years, with the right of re-nomination. It is intended, when a complete division should arise between two Chambers, in respect of any bill, the matter shall be ultimately decided by elections, or by means of the referendum. As considerable objection has been offered to this provision, some other way of overcoming the deadlocks may be. accepted by the Government in the event of the rejection of this clause. The measure will be introduced into the Council, and should it be rejected, Parliament will be dissolved, so that the j matter uiay be fought out by the i electors. . j 1

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

Regulation. 16su. REGIsfcEATlON OF ALLUVIAL. / CLAIMS, J Beparfment of limes, Perth. 16th November, 1897Hf? Excellency the Governor n» Executive Ceuncii, nnd«r the powers conferred upon bra? by Sretiofi 99 of the Gobiiields ,%rfc.{59 Viet., No. b«s been pleased to make a new Regulation? I6a, sps Bereunder set forth r to eome into tavee oa the 2Gth instant, E. H. W ITT EN OOXf, Minister of Mioes. IGs, The holder of any aRana! claim or share therein may a?t any time rpgister the jainf, upon application to the Warden or Registrar, in the form of Schedule No. 7 Vereto, and the Warden or Registrar shall tlierrupou delivers eerti&eate, in Che form ®f Schedule No. 8 hereto, to the applicant, who shall pause rt to be posted oh some conspicuous- portion of the claim, and also a copy thereof at the "Warden's Office, for a per;od of sis clear working days. If no objection rs lodged against such application within such period, the applicant shall, on payment of the prescribed fee ef Ten...

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

Jptlaibt J§teams|)ijr Co. LIMITED. REGULAR STEAM. SERVICE TO NOR"-WEST PORTS. ROYAL VAIL LINE (under contract to the west Australian Government). 2iow Bates and Tares. Coastal Vail line to and from Fremantle. FIESr sailings for Nor"-West Ports as wider i— s.8. ALBAJnr, (1000 tons burthen) UNRIVALLED. RAPID, and GOV- | VODIOUS PASSENGER and CARGO STEAMERS, replete with erery modern , convenience, sail regularly (circumstances permitting) from Fremantle, at least weekly (united as often as possible to connect with the s.s. Albany), for— Bsnbuiy Hamlin Melbourne Vasse Albany Sydney Qnindalup Adelaide And Queensland Ports. Special Service to Western , Australia. Roomy and well-ventilated steamers, speedily adapted and fitted for the Stock Carrying Trade, under the Adelaide Stkimkhip Oo.'a supervision, ran regularly between Southern Ports and Nor"-West Ports, bringing Stock, Cargo, Explosives, and Coal for all Nor"-West Ports, returning to Fremantle from Derby or Wyndham direct. 1 Cargo ...

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

DK-PAfiTtJfiESf, January 7.—A osf ralinrf. s.s., frofn CafA'arroii, for O'nslo*. JandsryS.—Albany, s.s.f from Wyndiam, for Derby. Jantiary 8.—Ansfralifid,- s.s., from Ohflorr, for Cossack. Janftary B).—Atistralind, ss., from CosSack, for Broome. January 10.—Albany, s.s., from Derby, I for Broome. January 12. - Albanyy s.sfrom Broome, #B* C-OBsark.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898

SHIPPING. j AKiilVALS tannery 7.—Sultan, s.s., at Frettiantlc, j /routGeraidlon. I January 8-—Anslraliod,- s.s., at OtisIow, i from Ca'rnarcorf. - j January 9.—A fisfralmd, s.s., at Cos- ! sari, from Onslow. ! January fO.—Albany, s.s., at Derby, j from AVyrvdbanv. | Jan nary 12-—Albany, s.s., at Broome, ! front Derby,

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INTERCOLONIAL. New South Wales. FIRE IN SYDNEY HARBOUR. A VALUABLE FERRY BOAT DESTROYED. Sydney, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898

INTERCOLONIAL. » ■ t New South. Wales. 1 FniE IN SFDNEF IIARBOI7B. J A VALUABLE FERRY BOAT 1 DESTROYED. 4 Sydney. January 10. i Early on Saturday morning, a fire 1 hroke out on the ferry sleanier, Lady Hampden, a new and handsome vessel < belonging to the Baliuain New Ferry 1 Corporation. She was moored among other boats, at the Bald Rock Terminus, and the flames spread rapidly to the ] Lady Mary and Lady Napier. The < brigades brought their engines, and 1 fought with the flames. The other vessels were rescued with difficulty. The Lady Hampden and Lady Mary were gutted, whilst the Lady Napier was badly burned. The waiting room on the wharf was burned to the ground, and the damage is estimated at over £100,000.

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

In CAMELS! CAMELS! FOR SAJJEi OB HIRE. /.. PROSPECTORS EQUIPPED. EASY TERMS TO SUIT CLIENTS. Full particulars, apply BOB WALLACE, Saren-Mile Gate, Condon. — THE — Pilbarra Goldfield News. Published every Friday at Marble Bar, in tha Pilbarra Goldfield. Contains all the latest and most reliable information concerning Mining in the Pilbarra Goldfield, including the centres of Marble Bar, Bamboo Creek, Nullagine, Western Shan-, North Shaw, Tambourrah, North Pole, and Yandicoogina. Tebhb of Subscription in Advance 0s 6d per quarter; 13s half-year; £1 o* year. Advertising Bjltes : 4s per inch per insertion ; applications for gold-mining leases, £1 4s for two insertions. Bates for the insertion of advertisements for three months or a longer period may be had on application. Agents : Ernest B. James (Advertisement Agent), " Morning Herald " Office, Perth Watson Sl Geyer, Boebourne A. E. A. Haste, Bamboo Creek. Wilfred Jackson, Western Shaw S. P. Lynch, Nullagine S. Hedley, Condon By whom a...

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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898

j GENERAL NEWS. Lqkdox. January 6. Two political duels bavo been fought at Buda Pesth. the capital of Hungary. Four combatants were wouuded. A British expedition, consisting of eight officers and two hundred men, have been despatched to Ediba on the Niger, to punish the Cross Rirer tribes. The second reading of the Angleich Bill, which provides for the joint expenditure of Austria aud Hungary, has taken place tn the Hungarian Reichstag. An amendment, providing for a separate economic system was rejected. The New South Wales Government have placed a three per cent, loan of £1,500,000 on the .London market. Tenders will be opened on Tuesday next. The United States, Mexico, and France are disputing about the possession of the small island of Clipperton, in the North Pacific. The New South Wales colouists iu Loudon, propose to celebrate Anniversary Day with a bauquet. A collision occurred on Tuesday between the East Coast Scotch express train and the coal train uear Dunbar. Three carria...

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BRITISH VESSELS AT PORT ARTHUR. LONDON, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898

Londox, Jannary 10. j < , BRITISH VESSELS AT POUT J { ARTHUR. j' It was recently auuomiced that 1 the British first-class crosier Immortalite, and second - class cruiser j Ipbegenia, entered Port Arthor. • Now it is stated these vessels have been joined by two torpedo boat destroyers. Mr. Chaplin, the President of the Local Government Board, made an important speech at Lincoln last night. He declared the Government were keenly alive to the paramount interest of this couutry in China. Lord Salisbury would leave nothing undone to safeguard and secure British interests in Eastern Asia. A Reuter's despatch states that China has refused a loan from Bnssia, and the same authority states that negotiations with the English Government is still proceeding Many English newspapers are in favour of granting "China's request for a loan of £1G,000,000 on the terms which were recently pnblished.

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CHINA NEGOTIATING WITH GREAT BRITAIN. TO RAISE A LOAN. ON SECURITY OF THE LAND TAX. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898

CHINA NEGOTIATING WITH GREAT BRITAIN. TO RAISE A LOAN. 1 ON SECURITY OF THE LAND TAX. The " Cologne Gazette" states tliat China is endeavouring to negotiate for a loan of 16 million pounds sterling with Great Britain, on the security of the Chinese Laud Tax. If the loan is raised in this way, Great Britain, it is stated, will have the collection and control of the tax mentioned. The?"Times" commenting upon these statements, declares that the 1 conditions stated by the " Cologne j Gazette" are natural conditions,aud adds that the British Government are aiming at maintaining China as a ' going concern. The " Times" favors the proposed loan, and cites the Suez Caaal, as showing the enormons ' advantages which the national lieu has over individual interests. The " New York Herald " states that while Russia, Germany, and ^ France would each Him at establish- | ing a monopoly in the Chinese ports, the policy of Groat Britain would be to secure all Chinese ports being opened to the world a...

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AFRICAN AFFAIRS. WEST AFRICA. LONDON, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898

African Affairs. 1 WEST AFRICA. j London, January 10. News has been received from West Africa - auuonncing the fact that the British have occupied Salaaza, an iraportaut positiou on the Gold Coast Hinterland. The object of the seizure was to forestall the German occupation. The Paris ' Debats ' is responsible for the statement that the French ©ocDpied Niger from southward to Bonssa, and also the territory in the | Hinterland of Bagos east of a line ; drawn dne south from Bonssa, to! the porth parallel of north latitude, j

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