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THE EASTERN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

the eastebn question. Mattss in the Far feast still continue to wear a very - grave appearance, tfe principal developments being the increased activity displayed by Great Britain and-Knssia, especially the former, who seems to be delertniued to -resent any actionon the part of Rnssia to nsnrp her ) rights in that direction. The Laud j of the Kiaing Snn,-where mission* aries beads are always at a disconut, appears to be crumbling to pieces fast, and: the -concessions - extorted from ber by several of the ' Foreign Bowers, as also the overwhelming defeat administered to her by japan in the late war, point to lheT dfstnemberment of the Celestial Empire at no great distantjdate. Germany has obtained a concession, in tbe shape of a right' to construct * railway as compensation for the. mnrder of a German -sailor at Kiao Cban, which China states was a case of justifiable homicide, doc entirely' to the misconduct' of the victim. France has also" received a #4,500 indemnity for the kidnappi...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SMALL-POX PATIENTS. Adelaide, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

SMALL-POX PATIENTS.. Adelaide, February 15. The first o£ the Lascar patients from the French mail steamer Caledonia, died from small-pox on Sunday night. 'Yesterday he developed severe symptoms, aud shortly affcer«ards succumbed. The second Lascar is progressing favorably.

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

IjOCAL and general. Poirr HKt«.*Ki> Post OrricE.—The large sum of £1*700 has been placed oil the Estimates for the erection, of * -.post, office at Port-Hedland. - Mixixo - Ikfwctoj.—J{ is annoonced 1 "in town that Pilbarru^Soldfieldwill shortly he visited by a mining inspector, who is expeeted to arrive in Marble Bar at no eftrly dale. Tat-oa Srox*.—The rartinc of spared of 20 tons of stone from Taiga, is at presv ent taking place, and the owners expect to pnt it through the Stray Shot Jja'ttfery ttext week,. Moust Pbowikcy Csbshwo.-Wc have been informed that a recant crushing of 100 toss of 'stone from ilie.Mk. Prophee/ claim at Bamboo Creek, gave the splendid yield of 300 ounces of gold. .r» j Tux Weathk*-—During the, week the \ weather has been rather worm* the tber-1 monieter registering from )10toll2deg. in the shade. A few slight showers of rain -fell, bat not sufficient to solid iff the ground. , j TaiwcMiBUAitsKKiia.^^lW TalStottjtab, do rrefi pond ent^ writes. thus firs...

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PECULIAR SHIPPING CASE. Adelaide, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

PECULIAR SHIPPING CASE. Adelaide, February 15. A peculiar shipping cose was investigated at the Port Adelaide police court to-day. when Adolpli Johansen, the second officer of tlie ship Torreiis, proceeded against Falkland Angel, the captain, to compel liiin to release iiiin from his articles, on the grouud that" he had been assaulted by a seamaii, and that the captain refused to make an eutry in the log as provided by the Act. i It was urged for the defence that complainant was in the habit of using. had language to the seamen, and regarding the entry in. the log, Johansen was to blatne for the quarrel. The case was dismissed with two guineas costs.

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MARBLE BAR PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. WATER RATES AND OTHER MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

MARBLE BAR PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. WATER EATKS AND OTHER MATTERS. It. will be remembered that a few mouths ago a meeting was held in Marble Bar, and a deputation waited upon the District Engineer {Mr. A. F. Smith), with regard to the price levied by -the Government for the supply of water from the town well, * At that time a strong protest was made, and tel^rams were sent to the member-for the district (Mr. Kingsmill), and "the Director of Public Works, bat to no avail, as nothing has since been heard of the petitiou sent in, aud it appears likely, as is often the case with Government departments, tho correspondence found • its why into the - waste -paper basket, and a deaf ear was turned to the people, who are being unmercifully fleeced by tho Water Supply Department. In a leading article at that Lime, we descanted upon the action of the Government, in tire strongest terms .possible, bat no notice has apparently been taken of our protestations. This shows that we are-..being treated ...

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South Australia. SUICIDE. Adelaide, February 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

South Australia. SUICIDE. Adelaide. February II. - - R. A. Melsomc, boardiug-hopsekecper [ Rt Hindley-street, was fpujid m a dying condition in an upper room of liis bouse ^this^ morning, .and shortly afterwards ^sncftrtnted. All inquest was held this afternoon, and evidence showed that deceased suffered from "financial losses, which prej td ou liis mind. A verdict was returned that deceased committed suicide while in an unsound state of mind.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We we not responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents.—ED. P.G.N.] A COMPLAINT FROM CONDON. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

_ _ \ *.ff r". J* , " *■ ■* ; • cbE^E^PONDENcfi* 1 - - [We we not responsible for the opinions vf our Correspondents.—Ed. P.G.AT.] - - ■ . . . A CCRStPLAINT FEOM CONDOR. TO THE EDITOR. -» j" I tK SlK,—During iny residence in several of -the-\Aastraliau colonies, I have been interested in their political progress,and have at times been amused at the extraordinary efforts at making laws, attempted by some of the mushroom Governments who, at brief -intervals!-have ruled the destinies of their respective -colohitS. I cannot 'ilnttn to have- closely read the reports fof more than one session of a W.A- Parliament. In that brief time, liov^fe'^er, I have been diverted at the feverish anxiety, jof .'some of our lawmakers. . ^ \ ' * The proposals mostly eipanate from the iffiagiu&J$oni> of these lu&nbers. One fails to remember that any of these proposals have been demanded ' by^ the electors, --or "discussed in the col umns of •the press,-ancL#«rtaiuly never mentioned at t...

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INTERCOLONIAL. New South Wales. THE RAINFALL. Sydney, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

INTERCOI#ON IAJL- < — "W—- --— I BTew South Wales. THE RAINFAUU Sydney. February 12. The rainfall, which promises to give a good general downpour, came into the colony last night. Previously it skilled along the coast to South Australia, and then wejit. inlaiiil,-meeting a tropical depressibdj 'rit was carried into : New South Wales, missing Victoria In j its course. The ralu lias ak*adj travelled as .{av as 60 miles . north of Wilcannta ou the Darling, and at' Brokea Hill, where three inches have fallen. ; Although Mr^ Rasxellhasnot received many telegrams to-iiight, it is indievcd the downpour will spread northward to Colnr. and probably to Bonrke.. The valuable feature of this raiu is that it visited a portion of the Riverina, which was, lauguishing for mouths for a downpour. .. It is regarded as & hopeful sign thattfib ing slowly across:the -continent.

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

Votlofi Appti|a^iilfor : AuifisrMii %rase.^ Np. 77. .'* . *^OWCB^ teety^*>WW-ire-,4l!»1 tH undelzigipd, -^jfOgjfcnalle^ application this day for i- lease ,imder the- Goldfieldi Regulations ul giound^frtrowncs ** Golden EagJe,'* containing 12 acres, commenting ai a pee about l$Q feet northWest of datum peg ^^aoda^&iejue jfl, thence 10 chains south-Hlast ef daLum lino, thence lS cludm ^w^^eti1C%coce> 10 chains fiwtii>]g^\tbeBG(^12 ctsinsio, fetartihg'poiat, and including ground lately fcomprised inLease71. As vitness onriuthds and seal at Nnllajgine this 31st day of January, 189S. f. j.'K. HAY - - D, JOHNS AI.F- EOYEK. FOB SJLLF. C1 OXGLOMERAXK JIOT.KX-, Nulla-. ) gine, with Billiard Table, Out buildwg®, Stockyards; Detached Cottage,; lemonade Machine, etc., etc. - j ~-A«*o ' IjAKGK STORK (stoek at valuation), both in good position. For terms and particulars Apply to ^ T- WALTERS, Nullagine.

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

^Uelntfre ^teams|i{r Co. UIOTEll. REGULAR STEAM SERVICE TO NOR -WEST PORTS. ROYAL HAIL LINE (under contract to the west Australian Government). low Hates and Pares. Coastal Mail Line to and from Pre man tie. FIRST sailings for Nor*-West Ports as under:— M.jua/anr, j (MWtonslwrifcffl) I UNR^ALLED, RAPID, and COM- ^ sksa??®"WSENGKITana CARGO oiKAMERS, replete with every modern convenience, sail regularly (circumstances permuting) from Fremantle, at least Weekly (united as often.as possible to connect with the als. Albany), For Banbury Hamlin Melbourne Vasse Albany Sydney Qmnd&lnp - Adelaide And Queensland Ports. Special Service to Western Australia. . well-ventilated Steamers, ' apeydily adapted and fitted for the Stock partying Trade, under the Adelaide otKAMSnw Co.'s supervision, run regularly o^een Soutlmm Ports and Nor'-West < Forts, Imaging Stock, Cargo, Explosives, Nor'-West Ports, relurn"ng^Fremantle From Derby or Wyndluun Ca^go for port Hedland, Condon, Ball...

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

depabtubes. February II.—Silidin, s.8., from Frenutiek for 6iog^im. February 18-—Attstralind» s.s.> from Cotodohi for GenMton. February 12.—Albanyk s.s.( from 6eraldtoo, for Fffatntfe.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

SHIPPING. ABiilYALS. February "11.-—Albany, s-s., at Geraldton, from Cossack. February 11.—AustrsVmd, b.s., at Cossack, from tin slowFebruary 12.—SaFadin, s.8., at Geraldton, from Fre man tie. February IS.—Aostralind, s.s^ at Frcmantle, from Geraldton,

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

£. S. Wigg & Son] HAY STREET, PERTH. I New JBooke Standard Book* The Latest Fiction The largest collection in W.A. Special Colonial Librane a of all the bait Worka, at 2/0 and 8/0. Write to na for uj book yon want. STATIONERY of everr jneription— Commercial, Household. and Fancy. Printing and Bookbinding ak reasonable rates. Artist*' Material* for Oil and Water Color Painting. BIRTHDAY CARDS. WEDDING CARDS. BALL PROGRAMMES. All tht beat Periodicals and Magaainea. Write for price-list. We send post free oar Bi-monthly List of NEW BOOKS AND LITERARY GOSSIP. Thia will be found very Valuable and Interesting. Send your name and addreaa to E. S. WIGG & SON, Hay-at,, Perth. WALTERS & CO. COOKE STREET, NULLAGINE, Wholesale and RetiU Storekeepers. A LARGE Stock of Merchandise, Horse Fodder, Mining Requisites, Ac., always on hand. CONGLOMERATE HOTEL (Centrally aituated). Only the beat brands of Wines, Spirits, ] and liquors kept. Well-lighted Billiard Table. Horses and...

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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, February 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

GENERAJj NEWS. ♦- ■ 1 London, February 11. j The " Standard " is ^responsible ! far the statement that.Great Britain, Russia, and Franco have arranged to j*ive a joiut guarantee for the Greek indemnity. The local object of the arrangemeut is to facilitate the evacuation of Thessaly by the Turkish-troops. M. llanotaux, the French Minister ef Foreign Affaii-s, speaking in the French Chamber, of Deputies, stated that the Government were still upholding the rights of the Powers interested in the free navigation of the Nile. The Anstriau Government has closed nfl German colleges throughont that coantry for the current < term, owing to the high-handed | proceedings of the students towards j their professors. The trouble is the j outcome of racial strife. • j February 14. | China has paid .Frauce'u £4,500 indemnity for the kidnapping of a Frenchman by the Chiuese brigands in Tongking. The Queen yesterday paidti visit to the Royal Victorian Military Hospital at Netley, where she ...

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THE ESCAPED NATIVES. CAPTURED NEAR DONGARRA COCKROACH TELLS A TALE. SEVEN DAYS WITHOUT WATER Perth, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

THE ESCAPED NATIVES. CAPTURED NEAR DONGARRA COCKROACH TELLS A TALE. SEVEN DAYS WITHOUT WATER Perth, February 15. The native prisoner. Cockroach, and his mate, Charlie, who escaped some weeks ago from Bottnest, were arrested to-day at 11 o'clock, by Constable Barry two miles south of the port of Donganm on the beach. They were quite exhausted for want of food, and gave themselves np readily. They bad the prison numbers on them, these being stamped on lead disc3, 284 and 159. They state they left the boat on the beach, and followed the railway line up close to Coolgardie, when they returned to the coast. Mind them, a Albany native, left thein at the Moore River, close to where the boat was found. Cockroach says they were seven days without water, and he is most exhausted. Both men are now in the I Dongarra lock-up.

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CONCESSIONS FROM CHINA LONDON, February 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

CONCESSIONS FROM CHINA ! Loxrop, EebtOBTV 14. China1 "to Creat Britain the rypjt* *o extend the Bnrina railwpy^Jhfjpupbthe province of Vnnbao. J>c: • . GeritiWiy- secured a cooces; eiou from {^^7 which entitles her to coastrgp^ ^ way to Ichau, in ' ■ : ~' ^ ! " r-:' . the province of Mmutnug. The concession wtiK obtained us a consideration for the murder Inst month, of a Jgernmn sailor, who was doing oiit"p^st duty "at Kiao Chau. " •. The British secoud-class crosier Bain bow, 3,600 tons, has arrived at Port Arthur. /An impression prevails that the British' warship Victorious, which] recently-Bailed from the Mediterranuean |or China, is shadowing the ! Bussisa warship Vladinur Mono-1 mach, which preceded her for the same destination. J

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CHINA AND GERMANY. ANOTHER SQUABBLE. THE CZAR ON THE JOB. LONDON, February 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

CHINA AND GERMANY. ANOTHER SQUABBLE. THE CZAR ON THE JOB. London, February 11. A complaint has been made by China that Germany made the tnorder of missionaries'" in Siikntang a pretext for the military occupation of considerable territory ontaide the possession of Kiao- Chan.. China also maintains that the receut murder of a German sailor while ou outpost duty at Kino Chau was, after all, a case of justifiable homicide, entirely doe to the misconduct of the victim. The C-xar has ordered that all his v officers shall receive instruction in ,the Hindustani school. The instruction for this/purpose is established at Ta^'fi heitdr—vht» uupilut. Ol hassia-' Turlastau. AH eeueVal-stiiff officers, and one officer from each brigade, rifles, artillery, cossnchs, and infantry, will be required to attend, and all officers who sncceed in passing the examination .are to receive six months' additional pay. . Que officer is ;fcb be sent to India annually. " 'i; .... . ,

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TELEGRAMS. [BY CABLE.] EASTERN TROUBLES. CHINA OPPOSED TO RUSSIA. DISAPPROVAL OF RUSSIA'S LOAN PROPOSALS. THE "TIMES" ON CHINA. London, February 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

telegrams. [BT OiBLfcj _ | Eastern Gobbles, j ♦ CHINA OPPOSED TO RUSSIA; ■£ jj --1 * ' i DISAPPROVAL pF RUSSlA'S LOAN PROPOSALS. THE "TIMES" ON CHINA. —Lovdov, February 11. ""v^ A. report has been received frprn Siuuighai 6tatiug that there exists among the Chinese officials, a strong opposition to the Russian ascendancy in China. A memorial has been signed by Viceroys and provincial Governors expressing their disapproval of Russia's loan proposals. The. ^memorialists state that the progress of Russia in China is calcdated to lead to the dismemberment of the Celestial Empire. The British first-class battleship llarfleor, 1,500 tons, has sailed from (he Mediterranean station for China. The " Times " correspondent at Pekin reports that China will probably refuse to . accept the loan proposals of either England or Rnssia, owing to mptual opposition of those two countries. In that case an attempt will, fie nfade to raise ^oue' hundred million taels internally, the Government in the mean...

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BRITISH VESSELS EN ROUTE FOR CHINA. London, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

: BRITISH VESSELS EN ROUTE' FOR CHINA. Loudon, February 12. The first-class British warship1 Victoriohs (14,000 tuus), recently stationed at Malta, has sailed for China. The first-class cruiser Gib- j ralter (7,700 tons), t also one of the, Mediterranean Squadron, will iin-; mediately proceed ^to : thft-satne des- ! tination. j -111' ■ 1

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THE WOOLWICH ARSENAL BUSY. ALL WELSH COAL IN CHINESE WATERS PURCHASED BY GREAT BRITAIN. RUSSIAN WARSHIP AT SINGAPORE. THE FOREIGNERS EXCITED. LONDON, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 18 February 1898

THE WOOLWICH ARSENAL - BCTST. ALL WELSH COAL IN CHINESE W ATE ItS PHBCHASED HY GItEAT BRITAIN. ■ *.* KUSSIAN ^WA&SBIP AT ^BTNGAPOKE. ; THE FOREIGNERS EXCITED^ Londoh, Febraarv 12. Increased activity is taMngpfofce ] at the Woolwich Arsenal where work is carried 6h night and day in view of the unsettled condition of affairs iu Eastern Asia. The output of cartridges at the Woolwich factory has increased' to 2.000,000 weekly.; The War Office have given ordei-s for hastening the manufacture of quick-firing guns. At the present time no less than 15,000 hands are employedWoolwich gettjug ready arms aud ammuuitiou. Great Britaiu has purchased all the Welsh coal ~ in the Chinese and Japan waters, with the fjpsylt that the foreign ^qtradrtras in"that quarter will experience great difficulty iu coaling. The Russian warship Rossia, 12,000 tons, (largest warsh«p in the Russian navy), is at present at Singapore, en route to phjna. She has been allowed 2,000 tons of coal. The foreign coun...

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