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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

Lo6Al/ and General, j Tnk TitGi B^TTfeKY.— The hi St Ibziti bt iiaehinfery (rfiirt Taigaf Id N ft1hfgirre fra's lakeri last freek, add itofr there ibriiitths itothrffg" tit the battery. , FiBCtiXGTps'3 REfrAiiif--—MP.- A- S. PurseP; frith rrfntTfirfePy for tarringtOn's Befrard tlaimi IS expected here at the latter end o1 nfext freek. The, ^hrfeh fiiTKS-—it is rriniotirod in hiwii that the GoPefrirtrcnt intend, making alterations rrt connection frith the fratfer rates at the ptxbfllc freM rf£ Stkih its possible. The jPb'sT Office— wc are informed lit at Mr. j. Ciir.rtirigltairi,- Of WyTidhnrri, has feed trdnslftred to At arMe $dr to fake" Mr- O'Harii's plSte. add frill arrive Jtere" by the ifeit toseh trbrfi Condon. KxrtC-GObd fains fire reported fro'rri Cootigaii Station; Tdrfibohrrah; SHlgdsti, fihrfrks, dftflOther Otidyirig localities dtiring iHfe" freek; and (lie Country ftrOutid these fda^es has pt!t oh aficfr Coat C?E green. Sickness:—We.pcgret very mvielt to learn that Mi- P- ...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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THE S.S. CARRINGA A TOTAL WRECK. January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

THE S.S. CARRINGA A TOTAL WRECK. January 24. The coasting steamer Carringa, w hich left Moruya at 10 a.m. yesterday with 14 passengers for Sydney, during thick weather, ran ashore at Cronellu Beach. The laud at the time could not he seen, but as the sea was very slight, 110 apprehension was felt as to the safety of those on board. Belts, however, were served round to the passengers, but there was no need for thein, as the steamer had gone ashore in such a sheltered position that not a single sea broke aboard. At daylight the line was taken ashore and everyone landed without a mishap^ Soon afterwards a heavy south-west swell «et in, with the result that the vessel broke in halves, aud became A total wreck. The vessel was the property of the Moruya Steamship Navigation Company, and was iusured forjE2500in the North Queensland In.-urauCe Company.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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MINING. PILBARRA GOLDFIELD. MARBLE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

MINING* PILBARRA GOLD FIELD. ilARBLE BAR. i Nenrs from Shrirts stare that Messrs. Geo- Adams and party are busily engaged cutting a ttlniiel,- and generally opening up thfc Cleiiri. Tlicfc is Do'thing..fresh in re port-from • Salgasli, ai/d «e be Here,- things in geileral i are mttch sboht the sstne: I Good Work is taking place' at toyman's-1 short,- and' the Pert oWners seem' confident | that their future success is assured. i ft is rutooiir^d,- tiro nieil at Hamersley Ranges haVe mode a fortune lately bv the disco Very of a' rich aihiviul patch in the gully at tllat place. TVe are pleased to hear that one of out" j old' prospectors—Mr. Moian1—has started work in1 his old line again, he having seW cilVed the Shamrock lease from the Strajv Shot Company on tribute'. We wish the ehterprising Ned every success. 'file' e'ncrgeticman'ager of the Stray Shot Company—one'of the few companies-that nVc beneficial fo' the district—has c'omni'cnce'd sinking'a' new1 main shaft on'the True' 111 h...

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INTERCOLONIAL. New South Wales. THE CENSUS. Sydney. January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

INTERCOLONIAL. lSTew South Wales. THE CENSUS. Sydney. January 20. Hie Government statisticians estimate the population of the colony, on December 31st last, as 1,323,460 souls, of whom 709,360 are males, and 614,100 females.' The increase in the population ' for the year is 25,820 souls, the excess j of births over deaths being responsible ' for 22,963 of this uumber, and the excess of arrivals in the colony over departures being 2,862. Mr. Coghlan states that there has been a continuation of emigration of married women, to join their husl>ands in Westralia, but not to the same extent as in 1896. There has also been an exodus of single women, chiefly of the servant class, to the same colony.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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NULLAGINE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) Nullagine, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

NULLAGINE. {by telegcaph.) ! i (fhom och ovre cobbespondent). , i Nuliaeinc, JVinuarr 27. ! The Syndicate battery last week cleaned 1 up a crushing of nine tons of quartz from the Alexandra claim at Cajebut, owned by Messrs. Turner & Co., for a yield of 21 ounces. The battery has also just clenned up, last night, after crushing 33 tons from the Victory East Extended, for a yield of 125ozs 17dwts. It will be remembered tbat this property was purchased some time back by a Tasmauian Company, and j the courteous manager, Mr. George Dig- j ncjT, in a conversation with your correspondent, expressed his satisfaction with the yield, and also said there was plenty more of the same quality obtainable. This stone lias been raised, however, j without touching the rich chute, which was lately opened up ou this lease. M cssrs. Doherty's battery is now nearly completed, and onljr awaits the arrival of two more teams, bringing tables, etc., ; when it will be started. The syndicate j who own...

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GENERAL, NEWS, LONDON, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

GENE^AT, NEWS, tiOKbopf, January 19. The money-lending case, iu which Mr* Daniel Jay poed Sir Tatton and ! Lady Sykes for £15,000, alleged to j be due on promissory notes,has beeu concluded- The jury found tbt|t the siguatores to the promissory notes were forgeries, and a verdict was given for defendants. Mr. Lionel Phillips, late ef the Johannesburg (teform Committee, has been expelled from the TrauSvaal. x The death is announced of Siguora Nicoliui *ks Madame Adcliun Patti. The latest reports from Crete, sb$te that a panic is taking place at Meraklion. Moslem mobs are parading the City, terrorising the Christian inhabitants. January 24. Lord William Neville appeared yesterday at the Row-street police court, oil a charge of haviug fraudulently obtained tl\e siguature of •Speucer.Ciay, »Subalteru iu the Life Guards, tocertaiu promissory" notes, which formed the subject of the recent action Lewis v. Clay. After the case was called on, a renuiud for one week was applied for and grante...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents.—E[?]. P.[?].N.] JUSTICE IN THE NORTH WEST TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

CO IlJlE SPO N D>E N CIS. fWfr are not responsible for thfe opinion^ cf ©tir Corresjiondents.—E». P.Q.N.\ JtJSTJCfi ISF T&£ NOfiTa-Wj£iS,r I __ ! to th:e e6vfo& J Sr6,—Under t'ho above heading, a most scurrilous letter has been published irt the 'Pilbarra Goldfield Kews.' Written' or rather signed by one John Brown. I beg to1 state, as the person mostly concerned in that letter, that the Said letter is one mass and tissue of barefaced lies, and malicious falsehoods, from beginning to end, so far as f am concerned. I am very much astonished that ally newspaper, Which has the slightest regard for its reputation and circulation, should' publish such libellous slanders,* without at first ascertaining the truth of the statements therein contained, and also ascertaining some knowledge of the character and antecedents of the man who Signs himself John Brown. JAMES IS DELL, J.F. J^ullagirte, I January 19. [All tfe' can say about Mr. IsdeH'a remarks, regarding; ourselves, ...

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THE SITUATION IN INDIA. GENERAL BLOOD RETURNING. THE PUNITIVE EXPEDITION SUCCESSFUL. LONDON, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

The Situation in India. GENERAL BLOOD RETURNING. i — . THE PUNITIVE EXPEDITION SUCCESSFUL. Lomdoh, January 19. Advices received by tlio Secretary of State for India, from Lord state that Brigadier- General Sir Bindou Blood is retiimiug to ludia fropj beyond tbe frontier. The punitive expedition which he led iuto Jlomewals country, have proved completely Successful. ______ . |

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

f^EoitftaoB of Partnership. ]. ~|VT OffCK fc'eCeby preA tTi'st' fli'e ] 4\ paDdeCshi^ hitherto'e^srfng bfefd'Seil j CnAHr.Es A". N. MilJ£S ^u5i FfttAfcihcjc Jy ! fTsHEA,- a'Atf . FfiiAfcfiiO? W. SffEtts, i ediA'g As" MeD obFl d, Fisher Co'., Store- | ?jtetfv Marble Bar, htfs" beerf dissdived mtiWisd eOKseOY. In' ffftAre Che h Asinfess \?ilY be' c<?rrite'd On 6y C. A. 5 : MbUO^AijS atid F.- f/. FrstfEd. io Fh'oOV alf otifstahdrhg jteeovnts tftirsi be ^a5d forthwith'. 0. McVrOifAtu* #\ ij. FfSH&ft I t'; W SHELLS1. I Witness—fi. j Hoiiee 6f Applicaffoie for | Ahriferoii^ Id&ase.* I if*6.-76."TKT OV fCK re" hC fcliy giVeri, lit at' we' the 4 t Ahdersign'ed, liaVe made a'pplteatioW tjjis day for sr lease dVtde'r fAe £?o!d5eldS RegulatiOhs of £ Co And khotfn1 a!? the' " Enterprise/' eorttairt&Cg sii at res,- rotnine'ntiifg ai a peg" oh' N .E. QOrftef Of grohnd applied for. AenCO' I; I fliairrs South' West,»tlireh if tfig datum' fme; thence 5^ ehnhis JvOr...

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

^klaik j=»ttams])q; Co. UMrreu. KEGULAR STEAM SERVICE TO NOR'-WEST POETS. BOYAL MAIL LINE (under contract to the vest Australian Government). Lov Batffl and Fares. Coastal Mail Line to and from Fremiti tieFIflSr sailings for Nor*-West Ports as under-— ajs. AT/B A NY, (1000 tons burthen) UNRIVALLED, RAPID, and COM MODIOIJS PASSENGER and CARGO STEAMERS, replete with every modern convenience, sail regularly (circumstances permitting) from Fremantle, at least Hectic (united as often as possible to connect ailli the sjs. Albany), for— Banbury Hamlin Melbourne Va«e Albany Sydney Quindalap Adelaide And Queensland Ports. Special Service to Western Australia. Roomy and we!I-veaiila(ed steamers, speedily adapted and fitted for the Stock Carrying Trade, under the Adelaide Sreissdip Cosupervision, run regularly Between Southern Ports and Nor-West Uorts, bringing Stock, l largo, Explosives, and Coal for alt Nor*-West Ports, returning to Frejzuntie from Derby or Wyndham direct. Cargo for Port ECe...

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

imPARTfTRKS. Jaijru'ar^' Hi.—S if I tan, &.S., fcotni Gfrfaldloe, for 6jtt£fa£rf'f>rr. •JartVinf^ 22.~S«riadni; s.s.,- tttir*i forBrootne. JaniSafy 23.~SaFsdm, s:s.s-fr6W BrAotfre, for Cossark.JfstirtfBfrj^ 29.—SiJlfirn,- s.s., frtirtf Oh'sloVr,/of COSsaict.

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SHIPPING AR[?]VALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

HinW'iM}.. AHiiif kts. ianii&iy £l.—Albany; S.s.;ni Frfemarntic, irom GefsfldlMi. jmriary 2;}.—BslrtAiii,- aft Bro6'mfr; frdtaT Drtlr^. jdriiitfty iki.—SfrUttri; firs.; ct &tfssacfc/ irtfrri Ghstod.

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

CondonCoach Service. From Marble Bar to Condon, and vice versa, in One and a Half Hays. E. KEALY, Coach Proprietor, IS prepared to make the trip from Marble Bar to Condon, and rice versa, in one day and a half should sufficient inducement offer. Travellers also conveyed to Bamboo Creek, Ac. Agknts— Messrs. Cooper ABlanton, Marble Bar. Messrs. Trame &. llayner, Condon. 50 E. S. Wigg & Son HAT STBEKT, PERTH. New Hooks Standard Books 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 you want. STATIO 1\ KEY of every description— Commercial, Household, and Fancy. Printing and Bookbinding at reasonable rates. Artists" Materials for Oil and Water Color Painting. BIRTHDAY CARDS. WEDDING CARDS. ' BALL PROGRAMMES. All thi beBt Periodicals and Magazines. Write for price-list. We send post free our Bi-monthly List of NEW BOOKS AND LITERARY GOSSIP. J This will be found very Valuable and i I...

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GERMANY AND KIAO CHAN. THE AMERICAN PRESS SUPPORT GREAT BRITAIN. London, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

GEKMANY ANI> KIAO CilAN. THE AMERICAN PRESS SUPPORT GREAT BRITAIN. IiondoDj Jan amy 24. i After some hesitation. Germany has decided to open the port of Kiao Chan feo the trade of the vrorM, The lead tag newspapers in the ITsited States, refer iu ktudatory terms tw the resolution displayed by the British Governrnent with regard1 to the situation in the Far East, and the other Powers, they observe, will j find it impossible to resist the prill- | cipie of open trade with Chinav

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TICK PEST IN EAST KIMBERLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

TICK PEST IN EAST KIMBERLY. The Commissioner of Crown Lands (Mr. George Throssell) has received the following petition from Wyndbam asking for the removal of the quarantine restrictions receutly imposed in that locality in consequence of the discovery of tick in cattle in that district:—" We, the undersigned, do hereby humbly petition our Government to raise the quarantine restrictions in East Kimberley, for the reasons stated. (1) Quarantine restrictions are impracticable. (2) They are most harrassiug to the pnblic. (3) They absol' utely paralyse traffic, and thus shnt people off from the means of procuring provisions, leaving them the only alternative of abandoning the country. (4) They bar trade aud commerce, and exclude the cattle trade, the staple support of the district. (5) The people who are most interested in the country acknowledge tlxat they do not fear ticks, and ask yon to raise such restrictions. (6) All the Kitnberly herds came through miilious of ticks 12 years ago. ...

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GREAT BRITAIN WELL SUPPORTED. RUSSIA THRIVES TO COERCE CHINA. LONDON, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

GfiSAT BRITAIN WELL SUPPORTED. KCSS1A THRIVES TO COERCE CHINA. Lokdov, January 23. A meeting of the Loudon Cabinet %ras held yesterday, the matter under consideration beiug the Chinese question. Lord Wolsely, Commander - iuCliief of the British Army, remained In Loudon during the sittiug, iu order to advise the Miuisters if required. Nearly all the English newspaper^ are commenting upon the gravity of Great Britain's relatious with Russia iu connection with the situation in the Far East-, ami also upon the fact that Great Britain and Japau have virtually allied. The truth of the statement recently published from l*ekin, to the effect tha£ the Russia Minister was intimi- 1 dating China with a view to ensure her rejection of the British loan pro- ! posals, is doubted in well-informed , circles. Many Gt rtnati newspapers are Supporting the Euglish deuiauds for freedom of trade with China. The * Standard ' states thai events ' are rapidly shaping towards au issue which calculated to put...

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INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA. SYDNEY, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

intercolonial cricket match. NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA. SytfXKY, «fanuafy2&. j The Intercolonial cricket match Neif ! South Wales t. Victoria, commenced at 1 Sydney on Saturday last. New South Wales batted first, and tvere all disposed of for 273,- the principal scorers being I Donnan 9(5, Noble 56, and Gregory (not j oO!) 45. Victoria commenced badly,- ami I lost seven wickets for 153, when slumf)* tfefe drawn, Mejjeod making 3l out of ] that total. Newell, for New Sontth Wales, ( secured six o'E the seteri wickets for 45 runs only. January 1Bj Steady rain felt dttrittg the whole day, j Consequently the umpires decided to po'stj-polie tiie game until noon tcHmurrovt. The I gtoiind is in & sodden state,- amirt is et« I pected some sertsatianal work will be pfer| formed by the botilers Tthec tbd rEStsfeik J resumed.

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DISTRICT NEWS, NULLAGINE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) Nullagine, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

distmct news, KUIXAGi&E, (FROM OUR OWK COHRESPOKBENT.J (BY ■ffitEGfiAPH.y Uul]agkief Jauuary 2lT. Some excitement was Caused" fasil night, owing to Messrs. John Boyer <k~ Cos. store being burgled, smcf a considerable sum, said to amount to £30 irt cheques, stolen. The case is now in the hands of our energetic police officer,-(M> Spry) who will, no doubt,, leave no-stoner unturned to diseover the ctilprif. Mr. Fred. Wilkinson of the Grange,near the Cajeput Springs, reports having experienced a very bad season, as none" hf the recent rain in the town, visited him, so his somewhat expensive cfop£ have been euehfed; owing to the severe drought.

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EASTERN TROUBLES. THE POWERS AND CHINA. THE PRESS STILL COMMENTING. LONDON, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

Eastern Troubles. TflE POWERS AND CHINA. THE PRESS STiLti COMMENTING. IiO*Do», <f an nary 19. ! Tbe newspaper organ of tbe Japauese Gorerumeut, complains of the selfishness whjch characterises the far Bast| aud tbe policy pursoed by liossia, UerreaDjf aud France. The £a.tne journal declares that the policy of Japan, is to avoid all alliances, fend act vigorously if necessary. Several leading newspapers at Berlin, contend that the occupatkm of Taltcnwa.ii and Nanning, in China wocld involve the i&fripgcmeitt of Kusstan and French rights. These journals also hint that Germany will continue to co*opernte with Russia and France in the Far East. Germany is said to be urging Austria and Italy to follow tbe example of tbe other Powers by sending men-of* war to China. The United States newspapers generally support Great Britain's polity in the Far Fast, as euunciated by Sir Michael Hicks Beach, who recently stated that the British Government Were absolutely determined, ev...

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TELEGRAMS. [BT CABLE.] LABOUR TROUBLES IN GREAT BRITAIN. ENGINEERS RECOMMENDED TO ACCEPT EMPLOYERS' TERMS. LONDON, January 23, [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 28 January 1898

telegrams. [BT CABLE.] ■ i i n , — W ■ ** Labour Troubles ik treat britain. jENeiKEEKS RECOMME$I>Ef> TO AOGEIT few FLOY ER»' TERMS. EotfiKHf, JwRWary 23, The leadera of the Trade Uftiosista bare recommended tbe eogiqeers to accept tbe employers' terms cooditiosaily, cfpcm these being supplemented by a disclaimer of auy mteatioB to redoee the mess' wages either by day or piece Wort. As sabseriptioBS to tbe strike fond »re rapidly decreasing, the ljuiouist leaders deem it advisable to stop a further drain apoa the funds. Jaunary 24. It is stated that owing to tbe protracted strike of the Associated Engineers, wo less than £200,000 has been lost to the men in Wages, aod over £600,000 is disbnrsed from tbeir reserve foods, -

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