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EASTERN TROUBLES. THE AMERICAN PRESS SYMPATHISE WITH GREAT BRITAIN. "BLOOD IS THICKER THAN WATER." A RUSSIAN COLONEL ARRESTED. LONDON, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 February 1898

Eastern Troubles. THE AMERICAN PRESS SYMPATHISE WITH GREAT BRITAIN. "BLOOD IS THICKER THAN WATER." A RUSSIAN COLONEL ARRESTED. London, February 4. The newspapers in the United States, sympathise geuerally with Great Britain's policy in the Far East. | The c New York Herald ' states that millions of the A nglo-SaxoDS j may find their commercial interests, i threatened iu the Far East, and in j the event .of war, it will be fonud j that " blood is thicker than water." Advices from Pekin state that Colonel WoronofE, the Russian military adviser to the Chinese ^Government, has been ^arrested, an'd^it isalso stated that all GernSShmilifeary instructors in the employ of the Chinese-Government, have been dismissed.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERCOLONIAL. New South Wales. A WAR SCARE. Sydney, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 February 1898

INTERCOLONIAL. Hew South Wales. A WAR SCARE. Sydney, February 9 A war scarf, in a mild form, was started yesterday afternoon, by the pub. licatiori in one of the evening papers, of a circumstantial account of the Military Council being called, aud preparations being made for the mobilisation of forces, owing to a grave important message received fj-om England. An enquiry elicited the fart that neither the Governor, Ministers, nor the Mill, tary authorities had received a cable message to indicate that mutters were approaching a crisis at Home.

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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 February 1898

GENERAL NEWS. London, February 5. Damadar Chapekur, who murdered in Jane last, at Rand Poona, a Plague official, and Lieut. Ayerst, Military Deputy Assistant Commissioner, ou the Indian staff, has beeu sentenced to death.

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ROEBOURNE NEWS. Roebourne, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 February 1898

ROEBOURNE NEWS. Roebourne, February 8. At tbe police court on Friday, T. J. Newland M-as charged by the police with giviug a receipt for a sum over two pounds, without affixing a stamp thereto, and was fined £1 and costs. Yesterday an auction sale was held, when the Anglican rectory was sold to Mr. P. O'Neil, for £28 IOs. This building cost several hundred pounds to erect, bnt owing to the ravages of the white ants through its being unoccupied, it is now almost useless. Nice rain fell here on Saturday night, and on Snnday night 36 points were recorded at the local post office. The ; country inland is supposed to have had a heavier fall, 80 points falling at Sherlock Station. This rain will have a beneficial effect on the $rfess. The countt y now looks better tlrari i£did for several years past.

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STODDART'S ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 February 1898

STODDARTS ELEVEN. The fourth test match between the English team of cricketers and those of Australia has just been completed, and the excitement in the cricketing arena of the world has been moderated to a great extent, owing to the fact that the Sons of Australia have once again outclassed their opponents, beating them by eight wickets, and securing the ' rubber ' for the '98 season. It may be interesting for our readers to know that this is the tirst time • Our Boys ' have won the covetous prize since 1892, when it will be remembered the}' were pitted against Dr. Grace's Eleven —a strong one too—and only three test matches were played at that time, out of which Giffsn's eleven won two. Australia was, in those days, in the possession of stonewaller Bannerman and wicket-keeper Blackham — men who could hold their own with any in the Motherland—and on the whole, she was able to produce first-class cricketers. In 1894 the Australian eleven, led by George Giffen, paid their usual visit...

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THIS AND THAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 February 1898

THIS AND THAT. (By Edi wkkawa.) Bootmaker (in Roebourm) :—You want a pair of slippers for your mother, eli I Do you know what size slippers she wears ? Boy Smallest you're got; she wears 'em out on me. * * * A gentleman going into a Perth restaurant one day, ordered some turkey for his dinuei. He took his seat and was waiting very patiently, when in walked the waiter, carrying the turkey ou a dish ; and he, not seeing a chair that happened to be in his way, fell over it, and down went dish, turkey, and all. 1 Well, this is a nice state of things !' exclaimed the gentleman. Here we have the downfall of Turkey, the upsetting of Greece, the breaking-up of China, and the disappointment of Hungary. # » * " Ticks" are very bad at present down South, so they are in the North West, and it is only a few months ago that a well-known boniface out in the hack blocks, had a large notice ' Poor old Trust is dead,' posted up in the bar. This caused much indignation among the ' tick-it-down ' peopl...

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TELEGRAMS. [BY CABLE.] THE SITUATION IN INDIA. REBELLIOUS TRIBESMEN. TWO HOURS' FIGHTING. LONDON, Febraary 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 February 1898

TELEGRAMS. [B¥ CABI.K. j The Situation in India. REBELLIOUS TRIBESMEN. TWO HOURS' FIGHTING. Lokdon, Febraary 5. Prompt measures are being taken by the Indian Government to suppress the revolution at Makran, in the district of Baluchistan. Lientenant-Colouel Richard C. Graham Mayne, commander of the 30th Bombay Infantiy, who was seut to subdue the rebels, has routed the forces under Nir Mahtnound Khan Khan Kelat, the principal chief of independent Belucliistan, who dec hired himself the champion of the faith. The fight lasted two hours, and the enemy lost 100 men, including Mahtuoud Khan and several other leaders.

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CANNING PARK TURF CLUB. SUMMER MEETING. Perth, February 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 February 1898

CANNING PARK TURF ; CLUB. SUMMER MEETING. Pertli FrlnuaiT 7. The Canning Park Turf Club's races on Saturday passed off successfully. There w&s a large attendance present, hut the weather was hot, The fallowing are the results of the various events :—JIurdlr Rack. Speculation ... ... 1 Satanella ... ... 2 First Bolt ... ... 3 Good race, won by half a head in 3 12. Flying Handicap. Common ... ... 1 Uitimare ... ... 2 Persuasion ... ... 3 i Won easily by a length in 1.17. Pony Handicap. Athlyn ... ... 1 Natty ... ... 2 Warrior ... 3 Won by two lengths in 1.15. HaXDICaP SeU-IKG .Race. j Black Booika ... ... 1 Vivacity ... ... 2 Pluto 3 Won by a length in 1.4. The winner was bought in for £50. Max>dixgtox Stakes. Moonlight ... ... 1 New Woman ... .... 2 Try Again ... ... 3 Won by a uose in 1.4J. Stewabjj's Mice. Common ... ... 1 Ullaring ... ;.. 'I Donovan ... ... 3 Won by two lengths in 1.45.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions of our correspondents.—ED. P.G.N.] PORT HEDLAND CAUSEWAY CONTRACT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 February 1898

CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible qpiniews of «r correspondents-—ed. \ PORT HEDLAND CAUSEWAY CONTRACT. TO THE EDITOK. Sir— Iu one of your late issues I notiee a paragraph taken from the 'Geralckon Express' re the Port Hedland Causeway Contract. Commenting on the same, you expressed the hope that affairs were not as the writer statedUnfortunately the facts were but too It has been a source of some wonder how this miserable fiasco has escaped comment in your paper. After the visit of two interested gentlemen, we did see a highly-coloured account of the remarkable progress the contractors were making, but the writer quite forgot to mention the dissatisfaction expressed to them by the men, who had not been paid any wages from the commencement of the work, some four months previous, although two draws had been received from the Government. They had been induced to eontinne to keep on working until the return of the principal contractor, who was, for many weeks continually coming wi...

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THE COOLGARDIE WATER SCHEME. LONDON, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 February 1898

THE COOLGABDIE WATER SCHEME. LoNix>X> February 4-. oir Malcolm Fraser, Agent General tor Western Anstralia, is obtaining plaufe and specifications of the pipes and pumping tnachioevy, latticed in Connection With the Coolgardie Water Supply Scheme, preparatory to calling for tenders in Karope aud America. A final report on the schemej by English experts, to whottt it Was submitted by Mr. G. y: O^Gonuor, has been mailed to the Government at Perth. ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 February 1898

CHERISHED BELONGINGS That velvet sachet contains a number of letters written me by my old schoolmate—dear little Alice. You'll remember her. I wonder where she is now ? And this fine old gold chain—well, my sweet mother gave ine that on my 16th birthday, and naturally, wben'J look at it,r ray mind travels back many years. Tin?letters and chain were two items in the effects:of Mrs. Barry, who was showing them to her dearest friend. I l _ . . The scene is now changed. In this instance, Mrs Lardelli is just running through her belongings, and gazes with eyes full of affection upon a little wooden box. She lives at 162 Dowlingstreet, Sydney, and will tell you that the box once contained the famous specific, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, which raised her from a condition of severe suffering to health and happiness. Mrs. Lardell/i a tine, handsome woman of about 35 years of age, said to a reporter of the Bahuain 'Observer,' who called upon her to get particulars of an illness ...

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THE KLONDIKE NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 February 1898

THE KLONDIKE NEWSPAPER. A cop* of the first number of the first newspaper published at Klondike has l»een received at Arrowtown 111 New Zealand, aud the local correspondent of the ' Otago Witness' forwards a description of it. It is called the ' Klondike News,' aud is pnblished at Dawson City. It is a little fledgling of al>out Sin by lOin, and the price is 75c. or a little over 3s. per copy, the subscription 20dol a year. It is thus at once the smallest and the dearest paper in the world. The size, or rather the smallness of the paper is the result of accident. The. editor-proprietor started with a full staff and supply of type and paper, the press having to be improvised on the spot. The staff had to carry the type and paper upon their hacks along with their personal effects. Some of the staff got knocked out on the road, and of course whatever they had to carry had to be left behind. Other portions of the plant got lost in shooting the White Horse Falls, and upon nearing the s...

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CRICKET CHATTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 February 1898

CRICKET CHATTER. Fifty matches hare now been played between teams representing England and Australia, the results being: —England, "26, Australia 18, with six drawn. These results include the match played at Ate 1 bourne last week. * * • The following are the ages of prominent cricketers:— Briggs 35, Darling 27, GGiffen 38, Grace 49, Gregory 27, Hay ward 29, Hearne 30, Clem Hill 20. Hirst 26. Iredale 30, Jones 28, Keily 30, Lyons 34, if cLaren 26, Mason 23, McKibkin 26, C McLeod 28, Noble 24, Ranji. 25, Richardson 27, Stoddart 34, Storer 29, Trott 30, Trumblc 30. Wainwright 32. * * • Charlie McLeod'8 score of 112 in the second test match is the first century which has been made by a Victorian in a test match on the Melbourne ground since Ho ran scored 124 sixteen years ago. * • • It has been definitely announced Uiat the English team of cricketers will not pay a visit to Perth. Perhaps typhoid has scared them, or the name, City of Plagues struck terror into their Hinglish hearts. * ...

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THE TRANSVAAL REPUBLIC. KRUGER RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT. (BY TELEGRAPH.) LONDON, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

THE TRANSVAAL RE- j PUBLIC. | KROGER RE ELECTED PRESI ! DENT. | (by telegbabh.) . i London, February 12. Paul Kruger has been re elected President of the Transvaal Republic. There were three candidates, aud the voting resulted as follows :— Kruger ... ... 15,764 Burger ... ... 3,716. General Joubert 1,943

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THE DREYUUS SCANDAL. TRIAL OF EMILE ZOLA. DREYFUS DECLARED INNOCENT. (BY TELEGRAPH.) LONDON, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

THE DKEYUUS SCANDAL. TRIAL CF EM 1LE ZOL DREYFUS DECLARED fNNO CENT : - (bv tklkgraph.) f , ' IjO'sdon/ February 12. • Great disorder prevails as the trial of Emilc Zola progresses. The spectators for the most part display ir^tenpe ,iinimof:itjT towards the accused. The in i jita ry .gpu T., stantly pl£hdpY6fe&itvn{tT" secrecy as >for not answering^ueg-i ^tiojisput to theiii iuvtlre vri titers-' hoxj and express the x^t) vi^oif that 'Oaptaia Dreyfus Was "jpiilty. The refusal of General. Mercier, Miuister of War, during the trial of* Captain Dreyfus, to say„wh ether that officer was convicted on thi^ evidence of a sitrgife is considered a 'prooFoT,tliS 81 legation' that thatf whs •SO. - V' ' -» »*.: .* Tarrieux, ex-Minister of Justice, declared that he was coutiuced of Dreyfus's iuuoceuee. '■ — • 1

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DEATH FROM THIRST. Perth, February 16, [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

DEATH FKOM THIKST. " Perth, February 16, Mr. J. A. Cooper, Mining Registrar at E^jigeniall, Gaseoyiie, got Inst in the hush, while searching for his horses, and died from thirst. The body was recovered.

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ALLUVIAL MINING. Perth, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

alluvjal mining. -— ^ ' Perth, February 15. Mr. Gibb-Maitland, the Government Ge&logist, wlip- lias just returned from the Eastern goidGelds, expresses the opinion that the possibilities of deep alluvial mining in Western Australia ore very great, as large areas exist, not yet occupied, or even prospected, which arc ^aite as promising as the richest lead now being worked.

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ANGLICAN MISSIONARY ATTACKED BY A NATIVE. Perth, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

ANGLICAN MISSIONARY.AT- * TACKED BY A NATIVE. Perth. February 15. The Rev, Mr. Hall, Anglican Missionary of tlie Forrest River Station in East Kiniberley. was* recently felled to the ground with a stick and rendered unconscious by a native, with whom lie was remonsfcratiftg for attempting io steal soincfirearms belonging to the mission. . " r i *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

—THE— '^ilbatra (SoMflb FRIDAY, FEBEtTAKY 18, 1898.

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INTERPROVINCIAL. THE KALGOORLIE ALLUVIAL QUESTION. Perth, February 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

INTERPRO VINCI AJj. THE KALGOOELIE ALLUVIAL QUESTION. Perth. February 11. Qying to developments at Kaigoorlie *io connection with the alluvial question, three police officers wpd fourteen con§tab)es were despatched lather frouj Fer^j within the past fqV-dflys. ■-'>? ; Perth, Ke$£pnry 12. On Friday a large df-po^tjpp, consisting of del^ates from Ktflgoorlie, ! Gopignrdie, Kanpwna, Bulong, Perth, .j and Fremmitle,'natted upon the Acting-' Premier, in opjjiosition to the recent ainehd|nfeiit of clause 103-of the Mining Regulations. The-request made was that a special session of Parliamentbe convened to consider the alluvial .question. Mr. Wittnoom replied to the deputation at considerable length, and said that the Goveriwherit oould not see. its way clear to alter the - regulation.' He would, however,mrge-nponthe Premier; to have Parliament summoned together at as early a date as convenient. Perth, February 15. F Warden Hare,' of BLolgoorlie, yesterday granted injunctions against 23...

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