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THE TURF. Perth, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

| THE TURF. ' Pfeith, January IT. The -weights for the lie* market Handicap have just come to hand, and the Weal Australian candidates hava been treated welL Tarqoin is wei^htfld at 1st. 121bs., and Onslaw at 7st. She. January 19. The North-West horse, Onslow, is not likely to go to Melboarne for tbe racing season to compete in the Newmarket Handicap.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE LOAN CONDITIONS. SATISFACTORY TO CHINA. LONDON, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

THE LOAN CONDITIONS. SATISFACTORY TO CHINA. Lokdox, January 17. TIk; * Tinier' corres|K'nde:ifc at . Pekin lias furnished an interesting report regardiug; the loan negotiations between Great Britain and, China. The report states that Mr.; McDonald, the British Minister at' Pekin, informed China that the British Government were willing to assist her in the liquidation of the Japanese indemnity by providing a four per cent, loan for 50 ycais, of twelve million at par, on certain conditions, which are stipulated. These conditions include— (1) That the posts at Nantiugand Talienwan, in the province of Kwangsi, and Siangtan, in the province of finnan, or of Siangoug, in the province of Hupei, shall be thrown open to foreign trade. (2) That China shall not alienate to auy other power- any portion of Yang Tse or Kiang Valley. (3} That Great Britain shall hnve the right to extend her building of the railways tiirough the province of Yutan. (4* That in the event of default ou the parf; of Ch...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLAND AND GERMANY CO-OPERATE. TO PROVIDE CHINA WITH A LOAN. LONDON, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

ENGLAND AND GERMANY) CO-OPERATE. j TO PROVIDE CHINA. WITH A.) LOAN. London, January 15. j There if every prospect of Ger many and Eugjaod 'co-operating to provide Chiua with a loan, which she is desirous of raising, and has sensibly increased, the frieudlitiess of the German press towards this conutry. Prince Heury of Prnssia, who is in command of the German squadron which sailed last month from Kiel for KiaoChan, will, by order of the Emperor of China, be received at Tien Tsui harbour by Li Hnng Chang, who will subsequently accompany the Prince to the Imperial Conrt at Pekin.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THIS AND THAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

j THIS AND THAT. ' (By Ediwkkawa.) i j The following dialogue took place iu ! the Legislative Assembly recently, re I the Postmaster-General -— Sir Jolm Forrest.—Mr. Sholl is a Iiigh-minded, honorable man, who did his duty, and I am not going to stand by and allow two rueinbei^ to stand up and abuse him, without protesting against their action, and speaking out plainly. Mr. Oldham.—I will speak plamfy, i too. The Premier.—So you may. Mr. Simpson.—Oh, we'll have an inquiry into land resumption. The Premier. —What a boot land rej sumption 1 Mr. Simpson.—We'll have an inquiry. The Premier (indignantly). — I defy the Iron, member or anyone else 111 this colony to put his linger on. anything I have dojic Mr. Simpson.—Mr. Chairman, permit me to rise and say I never said or hinted at such a thing regarding the hon. gentleman. The Premier.—Well you spoke about land resumption Mr. Simpson.—There is a grave rumor abroad regarding a certain othcial fn this country The Premier—Nanus him. Who is...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPLENDID GOLD YIELD FROM KALGOORLIE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) Perth, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

SPXJEJVDID GOLD YIELD FEOil KALGOOIiLIE. (by telegraph.) i Perth, January 18. An exhaustive gold return has been issued by the Kal«ooilie Chamber of M iocs, showing the yield of the Kalgoorlie field for 1897, which is as follows:— Australian Mine, 31,445 ozs; Golden Horseshoe 6,337oas ; Boulder Ma*n Beef 5,73Sois ; Boulder Perseverance 24,599oz; Great Boulder 83,292ozs - Hannan's Beward l,462ozs ; Hannan's Ayroa l,187ozs ; Brown Hill 27,l38ozs ; Ivanhoe 29.235ozs; Kalgnrlie 488oas - Kalgurli Mint 2,118oz; Bank of England 644oas ; Lake View Con. 5d,117ozs; Jsorth Boulder l,082ozs. Total for the year (including smaller mines) 299,65S ounces.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLITICAL MATTERS IN GREAT BRITAIN. MR. BALFOUR BEFORE HIS CONSTITUENTS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) LONDON, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

POLITICAL MATTERS IN GREAT BRITAIN. I'MR. BALFOUR BEFORE HIS : CONSTITUENTS. I • (by telegkafh.) ! London, January 10. i Mr. Balfour addressed his constituents at Manchester. In nu effective speech lie dealt with the important current political outlook, and expressed nuxietj regarding negotiations proceeding between Great Britain aud France respecting the situation iu Niger. Personally, he was disgusted with delays establishing autonomous government in Crete ou a satisfactory basis, and humorously suggested the Powers t might determine the choice of govl ertjqr by tossing up a coiu. fieferi ing to the situation on the ! Indian Frontier he said the Government did not desire to evade the* independence of tribesmen, so long as tbey did uot interfere with British iuterests and did not impede the fulfilment of treaty obligations of Afghan istan with this country. I Spcakiug of recent developments iu the far East, Mr. Balfour declared that British interests in that, quarter were of commer...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

! THE WEATHER I The weather in town for the past few j days lias been threatening rain. and. all. j tilings were settled, on- Wednesday | evening, when, we were visited l»v & I severe thuudec.^toKuv, coming from at f south-westerly direction. Almut halfpast eight it began to blow terrifically-,, accompanied l>y incessant lightning and heavy peals of thunder, and although several houses were badly shaken, noroofs were earried off nor any damagedone. The thermometer, which stood at 102 in the shade at six o'clock,, dropped to 78 when the stoim commenced, and slight f"asrs were entertained of a ' willy-willy.' Heavy rain fell during the night, and it was not until the 4 wee stna' ' hours of Thursday morning that it ceased* when 62 points were registered. The appearance of rain in tha district once more .will, no doubt, gladden thehearts oi all and everyone, especially the squatters, and although it was not of long duration on Wednesday evening, still it will do a great deal ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERESTING MONEYLENDING CASE. A GRAVE SCANDAL. (BY TELEGRAPH). LONDON, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

I - —' INTERESTING MONEYLENDING CASE. ! -a- i : A Gl.'AYE SCANDAL. j . ^ (by .telkobaph). ,• r-. • • Los don, January 18. Mr. J. .Longnn, a money lender, is*-R»eiiig Sir Tatton Svkes and hi? wife (Lady Christina Jessica Sykes), to .'recover £15,000, which was alleged to have been borrowed from hint by defendants on the security of promissory notes. The case created a grave scandal. 6ir Tattoo Sykes alleges that the promissory notes were forgeries made by his wife, while Lady Sykes has given similar evidence against her husbaud.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents—Ed. P.G.N.] JUSTICE IN THE NORTH WEST. A REPLY TO MR. BROWN. TO THE EBITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

CORRESPONDENCE. [We uc not responsible for the opinions c£ our Correspondents-—Ed. P.O.N.] JUSTICE IN THE NORTHWEST, A REPBY TO MR. BROWN. TO THE KBITCH*. Sia,—In perusing the issue of. your valuable paper of the 11th inst., I was, somewhat surprised at the eloquence of Mr. Brown, while commeating upon justice as meted out in the Never-Ne-ver country of Westralia—the Nor'-West. No doubt, to the general public, it is a very pretty story, and reads very well, but wheu they have had a ' peep behind the scenes,' and get a glimpse of the other side of the question, they will be better able to judge the treatment that Messrs. Brown and Mansfield have received at the hands of justice in the socalled Never-Never country. I have not been, brought up and educated under the wing of the legai profession, and have not any moreknowledge of law than that which is. morally light between man and man, so. I must therefore haw to Mr. Brown's, superior knowledge and practice in that particular branch. ...

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SIR MICHAEL HICKS BEACH AT BRISTOL. January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

SIK MICHAEL HTCK6 BEACH AT BHISTOL. January 18. Sir Michael flicks Beach, Chan, ceilor of the Exchequer, in" a speech delivered yesterday at Biisfcol, declared that he regarded China as the most hcpeful field for the commerce of Great Britain. The Government, ho added, were absolutely determined, at whatever cost (uveorat the cost of war), that the porta of that country should not he clqsed against her -by aBy of the powers.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SIR MATTHEW RIDLEY AT LANCASHIRE. LONDON, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

SIR MATTHEW RIDLEY AT LANCASHIRE. London, January 12. Sir Matthew White Ridley, Secretary of State for the Home Department, delivered an important political utterance last night at Fleetwood, Lancashire. He said that Great Britain's policy as regards China was a policy to watch and wait her superior navy giving her the key to j the situation. The Continental pow- ' ers were said to he greatly pleased with the moderation displayed by Mr. Balfour in his receut speech at Manchester. | ■■ „

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HEAVY FLOODS AT BRISBANE. TELEGRAPH LINE INTERRUPTED. PEOPLE FLEEING FROM THEIR HOMES. A STEAMER ASHORE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) Brisbane, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

HEAVY FLOODS AT BRISBANE. TELEGRAPH LINE INTERRUPTED. PEOPLE FLEEING FROM THEIR HOMES. A STEAMER ASHORE. j (BY TELEGBAl-n.) Brisbane, January 14. Telegraphic communication throughout the colony has been greatly interfered with, owing to recent floods at Brisbane. The river is still rising at the rate of several inches an hour, and is expected to resell the level of the 1890 flood. Many persons are leaving their homes for higher ground, particularly the residents of South Brisbane. The Fitzroy. liver, at Bochhanipton, is also in flood, there being a wash of wharves at high tide. A report from Bun rial »erg states that the steamer Ranelagh, anchored near Burnett Heads, draggled Ileranchor,and went ashore on the rocks. Her position is regarded as serious, should the weather not moderate. The mansgerof the A.U S.N. Co. when interviewed, stated that lie bad l»een. informed by wire that there was a large hole in the engine room, which was flooded. Ali the bulkheads and holdings were tight...

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THE TICK PEST. INTERVIEW WITH THE GOVERNMENT BACTERIOLOGIST. GRAVE OUTLOOK FOR THE OTHER COLONIES. (BY TELEGRAPH.) Sydney, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 21 January 1898

_TflE TI,CK PEST. . INTERVIEW WITH THE GOVERNMENT BACTERIOLOGI8T. GRAVE OUTLOOK FOR THE OTHER COLONIES. (by telegraph.) Sydney, January 16. It lias beeivdeclared .by the Government bacteriologist of Queensland today, daring an interview, that the tick i pest will certainly travel from Queensland, southward to the other colonies, despite the past exceptionally bad season. The pest had crept along westward from permanently affectei coastal districts, and northward for about sixty or seventy uiiLs, and although every effort might be made to keep it north of the quarantine line, the conditions of the climate and vegetation in the north part of New South Wales, are certainly congenial to tick life, and judging frpm the districts in America and South Africa, where tick thrives, there is no reason why the pest should not thrive . along "the coast of the Mother Colony to Victoria. Birds, animals and swagmen might be the means of com eying the parasite from one pait of the colony to another,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
GOLD RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

GOLD RETURNS. The gold relurns for Piil>arra Goljfield for tlic quarter just ended, amounted to l,7J9ozs. 7d\\ts. 4grs., (not including Nulingine), which is really ex'vllcnt, and speaks for itself as to the richness of the ronntry. \Ye are confident of the figures climbing, and it would not surprise us to find this quarter's yipltf more than trcblsd before very long. The following are the returns frum the respective raining centres of this goldfieid : — MARBLE BAR. Ozs dwt gr 350 tuns ^ cwt .. .. 302 16 4 BAMBOO CREEK. 538 tOnS .. .. .. 95O TI O TAMBOURRAH. 8710ns . .. .. 453 o o NORTH SHAW. 25 tons 13 o o

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STODDART'S ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

STODDART'S ELEVEN. "♦ Fob the third time the crickete«-s_ offch.p Motherland and those of Australia Ijaye tried conclusious, this time in Adelaide, and the same dose that was given the representatives of All England in the second test match, has been repealed, and "our boys" have scored an easy victory, by one tunings and, 18. runs. There is no doubt since the first match, and which we strongly commented I upon, the Australians have shown far better form, and they have been consist- j ent in their play, and given brilliant performences. In the first test match played, it will be remembered, England won by nine wickets, but in the second Australia proved the victors by an innings and 50 runs, and in the match just completed, another severe defeat was suffered by the visitors from the Old Country. It is highly creditable for us to say that the Australian Eleven have outclassed such a strong combination of " willow-wielders" as flti English team, and when we look hack on past years, an...

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SENSATIONAL AFFRAY AT SYDNEY. THE POLICE MAKE A RAID UPON THIEVES. Sydney, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

SENSATIONAL AFFRAY AT SYDNEY. THE POLICE MAKE A HAID UPON THIEVES. Sydney, January 2i. A sensational affray, involving the arrest of two alleged criminals, one having been shot before he was capture:!, occurred 011 Saturday night at Rand— wick-road. In view of certain events, four detectives stationed themselves in a quiet part of the road and arranged to stop a certain vehicle, which it was believed was heavily laden. The van came smartly along, and when called upon to stop, the driver whipped his horse. One of the police caught hold of the horse and succeeded in checking its 6peed, when the occur pants of the vehicle jumped .ouiv 4Mid made for the scrub, one man jumping 011 Detective Donohu's head and knocking him down, while the wheel of the vehicle crushed Douohu's body badly. Detective Roche called on one of the men to stop, but as this demand wns unheeded, he fired and badly wounded him. Detective McLean 6red at two others, and one of them was found to be badly hurt, the other...

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INTERPROVINCIAL. Perth, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

INTERPROVINCIAL. • Pertli, January 21. The West Australian Government have decided to offer a reward of .£500 and a selection of four ordinary alluvial claims, to the discoverer of alluvial gold in the deep leads. A fire at Northam on Wednesday night, destroyed two shops occupied by M essrs. Bartlett & Day, chemists, and Mrs. Wattcrsou, fruit and cool drinks seller. The Trades and Labour Council lost evening, adopted a motion in favour of the CooJgardie Watef Sqpply {Scheme being carried out l»y day lal>our. Perth, January £5. Another oTd resident, in the person of Mr* Geo. Glyde, is dead, after reaching the ripe age of 76 years.

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South Australia. FEDERAL DELEGATES ARRIVE AT ADELAIDE. SIR JOHN INTERVIEWED. Adelaide, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

South. Australia* FEDERAL DELEGATES AKBIVE AT ADELAIDE. h | SIR JOHN INTERVIEWED*. [ Atft'.laide^ January 2*0^ The Westralian delegates arrived here yesterday. In an interview, Sir John Forrest said tFie people are complaining that trade is bad, but he did not see how that can be. The revenue ie good, the output of goW ioereasmg, and the season has been a splendid one. Public works are being rapidly pushed [ forward, and the goldfrelds water scheme will bo commenced at once. The dele gates left for Melbourne by the afternoon's express.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

—Tj4E— 'ipiikttd ijtas. ^fefir'AY, January SS, if&s.

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Victoria. FEDERAL CONVENTION. Melbourne January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

Victoria. £Ri)ERAl. CONVENTION Mfeiifourne January 20. Thfc Federal Convention was reopened to-day, wlu-» Mr. C. Kingston presided. Four hundred delegates were in attendance, including the Western Australian representatives: The Federal Conference occupied tie whole of yesterday with a discussiou mi the Riparian rights.

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