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THE CZAR UNBURTHENS HIS MIND. BRITISH SQUADRON LEASING PORT ARTHUR. REGARDED BY CHINA AS WEAKNESS. London, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 February 1898

THE CZAK CNBOtlTHENS HIS I MIND. BRITISH SQUADRON LEAS1NG PORT ARTHUR. REGARDED BY CHINA AS WEAKNESS. London, January 28. It is reported in Berlin tliat the Czar recently informed the Preoblaskenski Kegiment that- the drift of affairs in Eastern Asia had for a long time laid heavily- on" his heart, ospectallyihe difficulties with Japan, but.now, tlmakGod, all taras-clearer/ andoo conflict was feared. The fact of the British Squadron leasing Port Arthur is regarded by China as a sigu of weakness oja the part of Lord Salisbury.

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POLITICAL MATTERS IN GREAT BRITAIN. MR. CURZON AT BOLTON. [BY TELEGRAPH.] London, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 February 1898

POLITICAL MATTERS IN GREAT BRITAIN. MR. CURZON AT BOLTON. j [UT TELEGRAPH.] j London, Januarv 27. i ! Mr. G. A. Curzon. Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs, has made an iui5 portant speech at Bolton. Referring to the situation in the Far East, he said he had every reason to believe that Great Britain's Io6n negotiations with China would ultimately prove successful. If however, these negotiations should end iu failure, that fact would not in an}* way affect Great Britain's determination to uphold for herself the | same right of entry to all ports of j China, as may be concerned to any other I Power. !

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GREAT LOSS OF CARGO. VALUED AT £300,000. Wellington, N.Z., Jan. 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 February 1898

j GREAT LOSS OF CARGO. J ! VALUED AT £300,000. | j Wellington, N.Z., Jan. 29. ! The steamer Mataura, Capt. Mil ward, j left Wellington on December 16, with ! only three passengers, Mrs. and Miss Park, and Mr, Thomas Mill, all Duncdin residents. The crew numbered 60, among them lieing the Chief officer, Terry ; second officer, Maxwell, and Dr. Page, surgeon. The cargo included 30,000 carcases of meat; 1200 casks of tallow, and 8000 bales of wool, the total j value of the cargo being £300,000. All Companies doing marine business here, hold the risks ou the cargo. The National Insurance Company held risks amounting to £20,000, but was reduced by the re insurance to £5,000; the Standard Insurance Company's risks amounted to £16,000, a large amount being re insured. ; i

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TELEGRAMS. [BY CABLE] THE SITUATION IN INDIA. A STEAMER SEIZED IN THE PERSIAN GULF. CARRYING MUNITIONS OF WAR TO THE TRIBESMEN. INTERESTING SPEECH BY LORD HAMILTON. LONDON, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 February 1898

T.ELE&KAALS. [BY CABLK-j . The Situation im India. . ~~ . : i A STEAMER SEIZED IN THE PERSIAN GULF. CARRYING MUNITIONS OP WAR TO THE TRIBESMEN. INTERESTING SPEECH BY LORD HAMILTON. Ikwdov, January 28. Some time ago the steamer BeluvchisUn was seized in the Thames by the British authorities, on snspicion of carrying to the Persian Golf vnauitions of war, intended for rebellions tribes on the frontier. It was regarded at the time that a satisfactory explanation was forthcoming, and the steamer was released. Information has now beeu received to the effect that the steamer -was again seized, this time in the Persian Golf, by the British first class gunboat Lapwing. It was ascertained that arms and ammunition were on board the steamer, and that they were intended either for the Beelooch tribe, at pneseut in revolt at Mabran, or in connection with the prospective disturbances which is inimical to "British interests in Persia. Lord Hamilton, Secretary of State for India, speaking l...

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W A. TURF CLUB. ANNIVERSARY MEETING. Perth, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 February 1898

i W A. TUEF CLUB. | AKNIVJUtSABT MKETING{ Perth, January 27". The Anniversary Meeting of the W. A. Tarf Club was held yesterday, and passed off very successful. Them was a faege attendance present- Th» following are the resalts of the varioua events :— Hurdle Race. Gold Jc Black 10.12 - 1 Jurenile 10.8 ... ... 2 S&tanella 10.4 ... — 3 I Won by two lengths in 2.56. Juven— J ile was a strong favourite, L»t stmek : the last hnrdle and nearly fell. Akniverbart Handicap. Primrose 7.13 (Hodgkinson) I Jessie 7.4 ... 2 Blackwood 9.2 ... 3 Onslow did not start. Jessie led into | the straight, being hotly pressed by I Primrose and Blackwood. Primrose, on the outside, headed Jessie below the distance, and maintained her advantage^ ; and won a fine raee by a base neck^ Scarpia was fourth. Time 2.13 4«5ths.. TWO-YEAR-OLD Handicap Muriel 8.1 (Powell) ... 1 Westralian Peer-6.7 I- ... 2 Guesswork 8.10 ~ ..." -3* Wou easily by four lengths in 1 20. SUMMEN GUP. Tnrquin 7.13 (Cox)" " ... 1 Per...

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EASTERN TROUBLES. THE OUTLOOK CALMER. GERMANY WILL NOT SUPPORT RUSSIA. RUSSIA OFFERS TO PROVIDE CHINA WITH A LOAN. LONDON, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 February 1898

Eastern Troubles THE OUTLOOK CALMER. GERMANY WILL NOT SUPFORT RUSSIA. RUSSIA OFFERS TO PROVIDE CHINA WITH A LOAN. Lokdos. January 27. A calmer outlook has takeu place in t.lie Far East. Germany is indisposed to support Russia's objection to Talienwnn being made a free port. A Reuters despatch announces that Russia, is engaged in provisioning Fort Arthur. The Russian Admiral is also credited with having asked the Chinese commander at Fort Arthur to order two million tons of coal, aud the rejnest has beeorrferredto the Tsangli Yomcn, presided over by Prince Kuug. Russia has offered to provide the loan required by China on conditious similar to those offered by Great Britain. Russia, over this direction, i is active, by the support offered by I France. j

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THE BRITISH TROOPS AND THE TRIBESMEN. London, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 February 1898

THE BRITISH TROOPS AND THE TRIBESMEN. iwdon, February I. Klecs has been received of a. disaster having occurred to the British troops on the Indian frontier. Brigadier - General Westwaeott reports that the Matuaui column became entangled in the Gorge near Shin Cant par, and were speedily surrounded l>y hostile tribesmen. " The British casualties wen- serious, among those killed being OoL J no. Houghton, of the Indiau Staff Corps ; Lieot Turing of the 3fith Sikhsj . Lieats. Bownrall, Hughes and Walker of the Yorkshire regiment. and eight men Seven men of the Yorkshire regiment are reported to lie missing.

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NULLAGINE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 February 1898

I I JfULLAGINK I {FXOX Of* OWN OOBBEsrONDEKT.) I (BY TELEGRAM.) FehrwHT 3. Since last week the Syndicate's battery has cleaned wp a crushing of tons from Messrs. Hays and Company's lease at Gajebut, for a yield of 79ozs.» which together with about 5ozs. dollied, brings the yield up to 6ozs. 2d wts. per ton. Since the result of the crushing became hnown the lease has been re pegged, and is now a twel re-acre block. This is the lease which the courageous Messrs. Brown and Mansfield deserted as not being good enough.

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TAMBOURRAH. TAMBOURAAH, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 February 1898

TAMBOUKBAH. Tavboubbah. January 26. Since my last tlio King reef has been struck in the vertical shaft at a depth of abont 40 feet, and the Btone is of firstclass quality, showing coarse and fine gold freely, and producing good dolly prospects. The lode is somewhat smaller than it was in the softer eonntry above, and like the other reefs here, upon getting into hare country, contains large quantities of mineral, so much, in fact, that it is highly improbable that with the appliances availhere for its treatment, it will pay to crush locally- It is the intention, however, of the holders to send a parcel to the East, so as to obtain a fair test of its value. More -than any other proof, this goes to show the permanency of the Tambourrah reefs, and proves the continuance of their carrying gold in the harder stratas. Another lease has been taken up here, the result of Mr. C. Watson's prospecting. Jjix acres arc being applied for, and so far as the prospeeting work done upon it shows, ther...

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THE REVENUE. Perth, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 February 1898

THE REVENUE. \ Perth,.Fellruary 3. . . ! The revenue returns for January amounted to £236,957, as against I £202,573 for thceorresponding month J of last year. Customs show a falling j off of £I2,0ff0, the' total being £71,000, j against £83,000 last year ■ rail ways i show an increase, being £180,000;! I whilst land, mining, and postages all ! | show an increase.

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THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. Fourth Test Match. AUSTRALIA AGAIN VICTORIOUS. "OUR BOYS" WIN THE "RUBBER." ANOTHER FOLLOW-ON FOR ENGLAND. Melbourne, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 February 1898

THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN j AUSTRALIA. j ;■ uv — » ^—: : Fourth Test Match. AUSTRALIA AGAIN VICTORIOUS. - OUR BO YS " WIN THE " RUBBER." ANOTHER FOLLOW-ON FOR ENGLAND. „ Melbourne, January 29. The fourth test matoh commenced at Melbourne on Saturday. Harry Trott won the jigaSnlfor^tKe third time in succession.. ~ • - j . - February 3. The above match brought to a close on Wednesday evening, when the Australian Eleven again meted out a severe defeat (for the tbjj-d time), to Stoddart's Elevep, ilius iha"; ♦ rubber' for the 1898,s«sobl . The following are" tJieswwes:— AtJSTRafclA-—First innings. ^ Hilt c Stoddart b Hearn<?.... — Jredale c Storer b Heardb -■ v Darling b Richardson ~ 1®. McLeod b Hearno... - — -h ■ Trott c Storer b Heftrne ... ... 7. Gregory b Richatd*>n ... ... ^ Noble c and b HaWrne "" it Trumble c Masodb Storer ... « Kelly c Storer b. SiHggs. ... » Jones c Hayward » H«arne - »» Howell not oat --Sundries ... --- * Total ... — --- 323. Bowling analysis: Richa...

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A NEW MINING REGULATION. THE LEASEHOLDER PROTECTED. January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 February 1898

A NEW MINING BKGULATION. j THE LEASEHOLDER PROTECTED. I January 29. j A ' Government Gazette 1 extraordin- | ary fcas issued on Saturday, containing | a new regulation "with regard to alluvial mining. The law, as at present stands, j permits the holder ef a miner's right in search of alluvial to work within 50 feet of reef, and sink anywhere they may think tit. It is considered this is a hardship on the holders of leases, who may discover alluvial gold at a depth, in which case an outside miner could enter upon the ground and begin work without regard to the leaseholder. The new regulation permits alluvial mining outside.50 feet from the reef, but limits the depth to which the miner can sink. On land not under lease .he may sink to any depth as heretofore. February 3. 1'ha Perth Stock Exchange have passed a resolution supporting the Gov eminent in regard to the new regulation limiting the depth of alluvial working on leases. The goldhelds members met yesterday and condemned the new ...

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SPORTING NEWS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA. WIN FOR VICTORIA. SYDNEY, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 February 1898

SPORTING NEWS. j (By Telegraph.) ! INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. | NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA. WIN FOE VICTORIA. Sydney, January 27. The Victorians in their first innings were all out for 187 runs, of which number Worrall made 103 by sterling cricket. New South Wales, on a bad wicket, put together 90 in their second attempt, thus leading Victoria 179 to get to win. When stumps were drawn, Victoria bad lost six wickets for 150, still requiring 28 runs to win. January 28. The above match was concluded today, resulting in a victory for Victoria by three wickets and two runs.

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THE DREYUUS SCANDAL. DISGRACEFUL SCENE IN THE FRENCH CHAMBER. THE MILITARY CALLED IN. (BY TELEGRAPH.) London, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 February 1898

I THE DIfEYUUS SCANDAL. DISGBACEFHL SCEKE IN THE ! FRENCH CHAMBER. | THE MILrTAHY CALLED IN. I ' , ' (BY TELEGRAPH.) I London. January 24. A wild and disgraceful scent occurred ! lost night iu the Freuch Chamber of Deputies. The subject under discussion was the Dreyfus case, and while j Monsieur Jaures. a well known Socialist Deputy, was speaking, the Debernis | interjected—4 You are acting as counsel j for the Dreyfus syndicate." Monsieur i Jaures replied, ' Yon cowaad, you are a j rascal,' whereupon the Deburnia dashed j forward. Postrun struck Jaures and others, and there was instantly a free tight between the Socialists and Depn- , ties sitting on the right. The President at this stage called in the military, left the chair, and the sitting was suspended. January 25. M, Blowitz. the Paris correspondent to the ' Times,' states that the scene in the French Chamber of Deputies on Friday night, during the debate on the Dreyfus case, was largely of an electioneering character, in ant...

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GOLD RETURNS. Perth, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 February 1898

j >L- <5 OLD RETURN'S. | Perth, February 8. | ' Hie gold export for '^fOst frtontji; ] j'declared vest«-rday, am6uutecTtb~93,395 ounces^ being the record month. - : ; " 1

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QUEENSLAND AND FEDERATION. SIR HUGH NELSON INTERVIEWED. (BY TELEGRAPH.) Melbourne, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 February 1898

QUEENSLAND AND FEDERATION. SIR HUGH KELSON INTERVIEWED. (BY TEX.EOB4.FB.) Melbourne, January 28. Premier Nelson left this afternoon for Sydney. Prior to leaving, he was interviewed on the question erf Queenslaud joining tlm Federation, but said nothing would be done in the matter, till after the convention had finally adopted the constitution, and assent given to it by two or three colonies.. He was very hopeful Queensland would then come into the Federation. The sugarplanters were not now so much opposed to Federation as formerly, and they were prepared to trust the Federal Parliament to deal justly with them, regarding the employment of black labour, i Sir Hugh Nelson added that the sugar planters saw that if Queensland were outside of Federation, they wonld lose ■ some of their best customers for sugar.

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GERMANY DENIES HAVING ANY CONNECTION WITH DREYFUS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 4 February 1898

GERMANY DENIES HAVING ANY CONNECTION WITH DHEYFDS CASE. A question was raised yesterday in the German Reichstag, having reference to the Dreyfus incident, when Count j I Bulow, Minister for Foreign Affairs, , positively affirmed, that Germany had no connection, with the Dreyfus case. It was further affirmed that the story of fiudiag incriminating documents, upOu which, the charges against Dreyfus was popularly .believed to-have been based, in the waste-paper- basket at the German Embassy in Paris, was fiction.

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MATCH AGAINST NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, February 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 February 1898

MATCH AGAINST NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, February 7. Stoddart's Eleven commenced a match aga\nst New South Wales 011 Saturday last. Stoddart again lost the toss. Following are the scores :— Nkvt Sooth Walks.—1st innings. Douuau c Board b Wainwright ... 41 Iredalo c Stoddart b Biiggs ... 2 Noble c McLaren b Ha}'ward ... 34 McKenzie c Hnyward b Hearne ... 130 Gregory c and b Mason ... 25 Trumper b Mason ... ... 4 Pye not out ... ... 80 Kelly b Stoddart ... 14! Newell c Hiist b Stoddart ... 6 MjcKibbin c Druce b Brig gs ... 20 Howell b Mason ... ... 48 Sundries ... ... 11 Total 415 Bowling analysis—Hearno 1 For 96 ; Bripgs 2 for 98 ; Hay ward 1 for 68; Wmii: wright 1 for 32 ; Mason 3 for 53 ; Ranji. 0 for 17 ; Stoddart 2 for 50. Second innings. Iradale h Hcarnc ... ... .. 7 Donnan not out ... ... ... 55 McKenzie e — b Mason ... ... 52 Pye not out... ... ... ... 23 Sundries ... ... ... 3 Total for 2 wickets ... 140 Evolavd.—First innings. Mason c Howell b Noble ... 11 Wain wright c Howell...

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MATCH AT BRISBANE. GIFFEN STILL IN THE TANTRUMS. Adelaide, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 February 1898

MATCH AT BRfSBANE. QIFFEN STILL IN THE TANTRUMS. Adelaide, February 4. ' When the members of the Intercolonial cricket team for the Eastern Colonies were chosen, the Ground and Finance Committee of the South Australian Cricketing Association met, and decided to inform each man that all their railway and hotel expenses would be paid, and that they would be allowed 7s Gd per day, for personal expenses In addition, they were notified, that if any particular cricketer could show that he was losing more than 7s 6d per day, the difference would be paid. George Giffen intimated that he would require £25 for two matches, instead of the daily ullowance, hut the committee could not see their way clear to grant this amount. The champion will therefore not make the trip, and the selectors have chosen Victor Hugo a promising all round player, to till the vacancy. Every other man picked will make the trip.

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SPORTING NEWS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. FIFTH TEST MATCH POST PONED. Brisbane, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 February 1898

j SPORTING NEWS. ] (By Telegraph.) THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. i I ——— FIFTH TEST MATCH POST 1 PONED. Brisbane. February 4. The Secretary of t ie Brisbane Cricket Ground bus received a telegram from Mftjor Wardill, stating that the fifth test match has been postponed to the 26th inst., to enable Trett and other players to take part in the match iu Brisbane on the 19th, but that the match would only last three days.

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