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THIS AND THAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898
THIS ANI> THAT. (131 Eli!WEKJUVA.); i There is & perceptible growth of democracy now in. Westralug. as-only a> few weeks previous to the prorogation) ; of Parliament,. we find: the Payment of Meuihers Bill being approved. o£ by our , Legislature, and there ca« he no d'eny, ing the fact that reform- mast sucelyr . come sooner or later, and it will- be. followed by the more perfect parliac mentary representation of the people. , It will do away with lopsided legislation) [ and will, being about the death of purely, capitalistic role. i There eart be no- two- opinions- regarding the system of Payment) of Mieinbers^ r and it ia only right and justifiable that } a man,, no matter what occupation het holds, should receive a fain day's pay foir j a fair day's- wort Oar members off . Parliament, to represent and- look, afteir t our interests properly, must lose their B own time and money to-do-so, and^why. r this should be allowed to-exist,.is ine comprehensible to all right-t...
A COMPLAINT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898
A COMPLAINT TO THE EDITOR. Jirs,—it is a pity that araongst ouxr vast cofUffO-m&ity there- are- not a few eompetent accountants that ca» teUi thedifference between c debit * and *" crecSt/" It puts oue to an immense amount of trouble in ehecki&g accounts, simply because people who profess themselvescapable of auditing such will insist on putting the debits on. the wrong side^ proving themselves " to- be utterly in»~capable of so doing. I am, etc., S. TINDALLMarble Barr January 131
INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. NEW SOUTH WALES V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898
INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. NEW SOUTH WALES Y. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide, January'10.' the above match was concluded >oti Wednesday, resulting in a decisive vie4 tory for New South Wales. The following are the scores :— N*w South Wales—First innings. Donnati b Jones ... ... ... 0 Noble e-Jarvis b Giffin ... ... 40 Iredale c Hill b Jones ... ... 2 Pye c Jones-b Evans ... ... 11 McKenzie run out ... ... 50 Truinper c and', b Giffen ... ... 48 Garrett c Jarvis-K Giffcn ... ... 9 Ferris b Jones ... ... 51 Howell b Jones ... ... 3 McKibbeu b Jones ... ... 3 Carter not out ... ... 6 Sundries ... ... 5 Total ... 2^8 Bawling analysis : Jones 26 overs, (> maidens, 54 runs, 5- wickets Evans IT overs; D maidens, 50 runs; 1 -wicket j: i Giffen 30 overs. 2 wides> 93 runs, S wickets ■ Jarvis 13 overs, 1 wide, 33-" runs; New South Wales—Second innings, Donmui c McKenxre b Recdimn,. #1 ^ Iredale e Mc&enzie b- Reed man ... 5»J Pye b E-vans .... ... 0" Noble c and b Jones ... ... SO...
PUGILISM. CORBETT V. FITZS[?]MONS. LONDON, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898
D ■ j pugilism:. T COR RETT V. FITZST5TMONS. Loxixjy, January 12: ' Ad-rices from New York state that e James Corbett, ex champion boxer of thee world, has offered to gi-»e Bobcri Titzf simmons, his conqueror in the match at Carson City oh March 17th, 1897, 35.000 dollars if Fitzsimmons will engage in. 111 boxing contest with him and fight to & > finish. Corbett agrees to gire the sums s stated to his opponent whether he wins or > loses. ^ Good News.—It is reported in towj* s j that a number of miners intend leaxiflg. 2 Perth sltortljr for Ptibarra goldfield, where; 1 ! they will go prospecting. If Ibis is true,, it will mean a good thing for the district and those interested in ii.
ROEBOURNE NEWS. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Ro[?], January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898
RQEBOURNE NEWS. Lev TfclrtfffSiPH.] RoEtto&B&gv J&hti&rv 5. A fire broke oat in (ke kitchen of the residential portion of the Mechanic's Institute on New Year's Eve, bnt through the exertions of the residents and Inspector of Pidbs, the verandah connecting the kitchen with the main building was speedily removed, and the wind being ih an opposite direction, the latter was saved from destruction. The origin of the fire is unknown* The pearling schooner Cutty Sark, with several plcntceTs on board, and Max bVrderickson ax sailing master, left Otts&ck over a fortnight ago for Flying Foam, where it whb intended to ^6g°d several days. They bad arranged to return to Cossack before, or soon after Xmas, but op to yesterday nothing was heard of them. Owing to a terrible stortn having raged along the coast towards Onslow, fears were entertained of their safety, and a party with the police boat were despatched to institute a search. New Year's Day passed o...
Bamboo Creak Roads Board. BALANCE SHEET FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31st DECEMBER, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898
Bamboo Creak Roads Board, BALANCE SHEET FOR THE- YEAR ENDED 31st DECEMBER, 1897. Efxp.tpts. j Exfendituee. S 3 I T , m i. i TREASURY ACCOUNT. Jan. 1.—10 G-orpmnicnt pant J £ s ^ „ Little DeGrey ... 450 0 0 April I8_By W.Osborne,repaid d j. do Mainten- | road 5_AliIe Well 5 lG g anee roads 100 0 0 J.Jacobs, do. do. 4 13 4 „ do Marble Bar _ j Kennedy do. j j c ■■■; 1 5 Bulletin Road ... 4 13 4 „ do. do. Special 100 0 0 „ G. Loy. do. do: do: 4- 13 4 Cart 1.censes and f HT««Ocbdo£Miled e po ->i 11 cm eonts. 58 / 3 Well road ... 3 6 8 „ Cash on hand ... 3 0 3 ^ S. Bruntrd»: do. do. 4 O O „ J- Brant, do. do. do. 3 6 8 „ E. Jerden, do. do: 4f 13 4 May 15-—„ W. Tattoctr repairs Taylbrs G'ap road 5' O 0 „ W. Ofelwrne, horse* hire; 4'n ks. 4 days 3*10 0 ,, W. Osborne,- w ages Eel Creek road ... 18s 6- 8 „ J. Jones do. do 1-4' IB- 4 „ W. Hodges do. do. 14; 13- 4 ,, E. Catliffe do. do. 14 13? 4 1 ,, E. Richardson do. 14 13 4 ,, E. Claydon, do do 14 13 4 „ W. Osborne repairs Marble Bar road 5...
THE "UNEOBTUNATE" YOUNG MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898
THE " UNEOBTUNATE " YOUNG MAN. It is quite probable that nine-tenths of those whose eyes meet these lines have at some time or other been accosted by that questionable member of society whose only excuse for the intrusion is that he wants the price of a meal, and perhaps a bed, too. He says he is ' unfortunate,' and can't obtain any work. He is generally an iraposter, and the deserving cases are so far between as to defy discrimination. The unfortunates are, alas, not confined to able-bodied beggars, but may be found in all stations and pursuits of life. Who, indeed, may justly be considered more deserving of pity than the young athlete who, 12 months ago, when in the zenith of his fame as Victoria's largest scratch crack of the cycle track, came to grief on the grounds of the Scotch College, Melbourne. We refer to Dave Kirk, of 471 Elizabeth-street North, a popular young fellow with all lovers of the wheel. When training, the tire of his leader broke, and he was thrown with frightf...
THE WRECK OF THE MEMORA. EIGHT LIVES LOST. THE CAPTAIN THE ONLY SURVIVOR. TWENTY-FOUR HOURS IN THE WATER. (BY TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 14 January 1898
THE WRECK OE THE MEMORA. EIGHT LIVES LOST. THE CAPTAIN THE ONLY SURVIVOR. TWENTY-FOUR HOURS IN THE WATER. (by telegraph.) Storey. January 6. Information has reached Newcastle to the effect that the collier hrig Memora, 249 tons, had sunk on the voyage from Newcastle to Sydney, where she was making with a cargo of coals. All hands except Captain Gallant were drowned. The captain, after clinging to some wreckage for 24 hours, was picked up by a schooner in a terribly exhausted condition and was taken to Newcastle. There were eight, all told, on the boat when she sailed. The captain stated all went well till evening, when the boat shipped heavy rollers, and after making two plunges, went down how first. The crew were precipitated into the water, and those who could cling to the floating debris were the captain and cook, who were thrown together. A schooner rigged steamer was observed within speaking distance, bat for some mysterious reason continued her journey without giving assistanc...
INTERPROVINCIAL. PERTH, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898
I ' INTERPRO VINCI AE. Perth, January 14. t Mr. Oct. Burt, the Under Secre. I tary, bos obtained 12 mouths' leave I at absence. During the first six months lie will relieve Mr. Hare, the Under Secretary in the Agent General's office. | The death is announced of Mr. Dauiel j Connor, of Newcastle, and Mr. George ! Edwards, of Fremautle, both being old | residents of the colony. January 17. ! The federation delegates left Albany ! for .Melbourne on Saturday last. The premier" has wired the following to the Acting—Premier re the loan :— -^jccess.of loan is. very satisfactory, showing that'our credit- is excellent. You may proceed to put the Coolgardie water scheme in hand at once. Proceed with the railway to the dam site, build dam, and call for tenders for pumps and pipes; generally posh 011 w ith this great work. I hope we may all be present with Mr. C. Y. O'Connor to see a river of fresh water on Cool gardie gold fields an established fact and a complete success.'
Victoria. BUSH FIRES. Melbourne, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898
Victoria. I BUSH FIRES. i | Melbourne, January 13. ! Telegrams from Gippsland show that hubh firps have been raging during the.; last few days, and extended in all directions, doing an immense amount of damage. The fire swept over many acres of land, and demolished a large number of fanners' houses and farm buildings. In two or three cases the townships were saved from annihilation by the timely change of the wind, and there were many narrow escapes. Great sufferings are reported in one district alouc, where the damage done was estimated at £10,000. At Thorp dale i three settlers were burned completely ! out, losing everything.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898
Condon Goach Service. From Marble Bar to Condon, and vice versa, in One and a Half Days. E. KEALY, Goach Proprietor, IS prepared to make the trip from Marble JBar to Condon, and rice versa, in one day and a half should sufficient inducement offer. Travellers also conveyed to Bamboo Creelc, &c. Agents— Messrs. Cooper & Wanton, Marble Bar. Messrs. Tralne & Bayner, Condon. 50 E.S.Wigg & Son HAY STREET, PERTH. New Hook# Standard Hooks The Latest Fiction The largest collection in W.A. Special Colonial Libraries of all the best Works, at 2/6 and 3/6. Write to us for any book yon want. STATIONERY of ererr description— Commercial, Household, and Fancy. Printing and Bookbinding at reasonable rates. Artists' Materials lor Oil and Water Color Painting. birthday cards. wedding cards. ' ball programmes. All thi. beat Periodicals and Magazines. Write for price-list. We send post free our Bi-monthly last of new boors and literary gossip. This will be found very Valu...
FEDERATION. THE SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS MEETS. Sydney, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898
fkdebation. THE SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS MEETS. I Sydney, Januavy 14. the proceedings of the Scientific Congress yesterday consisted chiefly of reading papers, and a discussion thereon. Among the papers submitted «as one by Dr. Jefchro Brown, on the Federal Union. The object of the paper was to show the precise advantages that might be expected to accompany the federation of the colonics, and said the advantage of the Federal Uuion was obvious. The constitution difficulty was a grave question, and in order to attain a satisfactory settlement, the discussion required mem of experience, skill, and wisdom.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898
PERPLEXITIES OP TWO PALE GIRLS. Miss Williams, of Capetown, South, Africa, said that three years ago (when j she was sixteen years of age) she began to be troubled with a tired, languid feel- , ing after the slightest exertion. Her : blood became very thin and watery, and | often while standing her head would get dixzy and giddy, accompanied by a j terrible buzzing sound in her ears, after which she wonld have a terrible bursting headache. Then she began to sleep very badly : when sin; did sleep she was troubled with horrid dreams, aud in the morning when she arose she had a veiy had taste in her month. Matters kept getting worse instead of better, and finally her blood got so thin and sluggish that her pnlse barely throbbed. At this time she had to go to lied often for three or four days at a time. She could not eat, had no energy, ambition, or desire to do auythir.g, and, in fact, was as miserable as it is possible to be. Luckily at this time she heard of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills ...