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RUSSIA AND COREA. LONDON, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

RUSSIA AND COREA. London, March 5. Corea strongly disapproves of Ileer Island, at the entrance of the Oorean port of Fnsau, being1 conVerted into a linsaian coal depot. The Foreign Ambassadors at "Pekin, recommend that the island in question should be converted into a, foreign settlement. i London, March 9. The Corean Cabinet will impeach the Foreign Minister of Corea, for having leased Deer Island to Kuesia.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BAMBOO CREEK REQUIREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

BAMBOO CREEK REQUIREMENTS. Somr time ago we urged upon the Government the necessity of erecting suitable buildings at Bamboo Creek for the convenience of the-civil servants* but nothing so far has been done in the matter, with the exception that a sum of money was placed on the Estimates, at the lost session of Parliament for Warden's quarters. Although this building is necessary, still we think the most necessary work at present, would be the erection of police quarters and decent gaol accommodation. At the present time, the police officer in charge of Bamboo Creek, has a tumble-down old spinifex humpey (built in Noah's time presumably), and in this habitation he is compelled to keep things in as good working order, as if he were possessed of a large office like Marble Bar. Besides this, he is greatly handicapped with regard to the safe-keep of prisoners, having to chain them up (white and black alike) to a large log outside the so.calied police station, and under the canopy of hea...

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THE CHINA—BRITISH LOAN PROPOSALS. THE "TIMES" SPEAKS OUT. LONDON, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

$H^ CHINA—BRITISH LdAtt PROPOSALS. THE "TIMES" SPEAKS OtTT. _ Lohdoh, March 5. The 'Times' states that in the €Vent of the Chinese tariff being refised, the British loan would be made the first charge upon the revenuBj and expresses the opinion that the new " Likin " administration would likely resalb in a decided increase to the revenue. The ' Times' is also responsible for the statement that the Chinese now realise that they have lost _ millions of taels by Kussian intervention.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL. ♦ Roheht Bccck.—A parcel of 24 tons of stone from the Robert Bruce, put through the Stray Shot battcrj' during the week, averaged well. Serious Ciiabgk.—Mr. J. J. Durack, the vrell-knovrn squatter, of Dcnham River Station, Fast Kiiuberley, lias been committed for trial on a charge of inciting one native to kill another. The Gold Returns.—The gold returns for the month of February are to hand, j and, we arc sorrj' to relate, show the enormous decrease of 40,000 ounces over j tiiat of January. The small contribution j from the Murchison is assigned as ouc of the many causes of the falling o£F. . ] The Sharks Crustiing.—We hare ! been informed that Messrs. Mallc-lt, Holly J and Haines, commenced the carting of 40 ! tons of stone, from Messrs. Geo. Adams | & Co's. claim at Sharks, to-day, for the j Stray Shot battery. This crushing is expeeted to pan out exceedingly well. i Govehnment Chant.—Mr. C- McDonald (Secretary of the Marble Bar Progress Committee), rec...

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CHINA AND JAPAN. London, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

CHINA AND JAPAN. Londou, March ff. Cbinay rn fespouse to tbe demands of the Japanese Minister at Pekiny pave a signed assurance that the indemnity due to Japan will be paid in May next, at Japan's request. 1

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

From Marble 2$ar to Condor | in Two Bays. R. BUCKLAND "J^KGS to intimato to tlie travelling ' public that lie lias established a Regulai CoacLiug Service between Marble 13 «u and Condon, and will convey passenger* orer the through journey in two days. Coach leares Marble Bar every Monday, returning from Condon, every Friday. For Fares and Carriage apply to McDonald, Fisher, & Cq. Marble Bar, 01 Sydney Hedley, Condon. 42 Condon Coach Service. From Marble Bar to Condon., and vice versa, in One and a Half Hays. E. KEALY, Coach Proprietor, IS prepared to moke the trip from Marble Bar to Condon, mid vice versa, in one day and a half should.sufficient induceaiont offer. Travellers also conveyed to Bamboo Creek, &c. , Aosars— Messrs. Cooper ABlanton, Marble Bar. Messrs. Trame & Bayner, Condon. HO FOB SALE.—splendid Team, Dray (in first-class order), and seven ( Draught Horses (young and guaranteed staunch). No reasonable offer will be j refused. Apply CAMPBELL, MOOR...

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THE KALGOORLIE ALLUVIAL DISPUTE. PUBLIC MEETING IN PERTH TOWN HALL. CLAUSE 103 DISCUSSED. MR. KINGSMILL SPEAKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

THE KALGOORLIE ALLUVIAL DISPUTE. PUBLIC MEETING IN PERTH TOWN HALL. CLAUSE 103 DISCUSSED. ME. KINGSMILL SPEAKS. The following are the speeches made by onr member (Mr. W. Kingsmill), in connection *vith the above question, held in the Perth Town Hall recently:— Mr. Kiugsmill proposed an amendment providing that the words in the regulation—"Any miner searching for aud obtaining alluvial as aforesaid must do so without interference with the operations of the lessee, so far as may be reasonably required" be exempt from the effect of the motion, which should only be directed towards the latter portion of the regulation. Taking a reasonable view of the matter he did not think that the first part of the Tegnlation restricting alluvial miners from working below a depth of 10ft, he did not understand what its promalgu-, tor was thinking of when he brought it before the Executive. Mr. Illingworth : It must have been temporary insanity. Mr. Kingsmill thought it most have been something of the ...

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

£2 Reward. ARKWA lit) "of '£2 will be given to any person who will dclirer to the twderrigned, one chestnut mabe —v. - branded 2 s 2on near shoulder. * W- BOLL?, PostOffice, Marble Bar. Pilbarra Roads Board. WHEEL TAX. Tyj"OTICE is hereby given that all Fees JI N f£ir Cart and Carriage Licenses for the Klbarra Roads Board District are now due, and mast be paid to the undersigned on or before the 30th APRIL, 1898. 8. tin dall, Wn.t.l, liar, Zlst February, 1898, Bilbarra Goldfield Water Supply. metalltng part of pearl-' street and strand,opposite new bonded stores, cossack. fllEJi DEBS will be received up to noon , on Saturday, March 19tli, 1898, fo above work. Conditions of contract, Specifications ®ni; Drawings, may be seen at the Post Office, Cossack, and at the Water Supnly Office, Marble Bar, Tenders arc to be addressed to the District Engineer, eare of Post Office, Cossack, or Water Supply Office, Marble Bar, and are to he endorsed 11 Tender for metalling road opposite New Bonde...

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

jabelaibe Stewsljijr Co. UMITE1>BEGULAR STEAM SERVICE TO NOR'-WEST PORTS. ROYAL MAIL LINE (under contract to the nest Australian Government). Low Rates and ParesCoastal Mail Line to and from FrcmantleFIRST sailings for Nor'-West Ports as under:— s.8. ALBAlfY, (1000 ions burthen) * ■ UNRIVALLED. RAPID, and COMMODIOUS PASSENGER and CARGO STEAMERS, replete with every modern convenience, sail regularly (circumstances I permitting) from f romantic, at least weekly (united as often as possible to I connect with the s.s. Albany), for I Buabuiy Hamliu Melbourne i Yasse Albany Sydney ! Quindalup Adelaide j Add Queensland Ports. 1 Special Service to Western 1 Australia. lloomy and well-ceniilated steamers,! speedily adapted and fitted for the Stock 1 Carrying Trade, under the ADKUtDE I SrKawsmp Oo.'fi supervision, run regularly j between Southern Ports and Nor'-West I Ports, bringing Stock, Cargo, Explosives, 1 and Coal for all Nor'-West Ports, return- j ing to Fremanlle from Derby or Wynd...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

DEPARTURES. March 3.—Albany, s.*., nt "Wyndham, from Derby. | March 3.—Atisfralind, s.s., at Onsloir, j from Cossack. ! March C.—Albany, s.s., from Derby, for | Wyndhatti. March 7.—Albany, s.s., from Broome, for Derby.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

SHIPPING. I All til V ALB. March 3.—Ansfralind, b.b., at Onslow, from Cnrnarron. March G-—Albany, s.b., at Derby, from Wyiidfiam. March 7.~Albany, s.s., at Broome, from Derby.

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THE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE KING OF GREECE. THREE MEN ARRESTED. CARDITZA PLEADS NOT GUILTY. London, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

THE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE KING . OF GREECE. — THREE MEN ARRESTED. CARDFFZA PLEADS NOT GUILTY. London, Marcli 4. A mau named Corditza, a subordinate municipal employee, was arrested in connection with the attempted assassination of the King of Greece ou Saturday last. The accused denies having fired at the King. Later. It has transpired that Carditza is a member of a society which aims at the overthrow of the present dynasty, members of which are drawn from the lowest classes in Atheus. It appears this organisation regarded King George as aji agent of Foreign Powers, and when the proposal for the establishment of international coutrol of Greekfinance was accepted, its officials addressed a communication to His. Majesty, informing him that their society had resolved upon his death. ' A bomb was fonnd. in the immediate neighbourhood where the recent attempt was made upon the King's life. Two. men* suspected as accomplices, have also been arrested.

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STOCKS FALMING. LONDON, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

stocks falmng. kofiDou, Xfafth g. Ovring ta thh warlike o»fclook ni various parts of the world, the stock eichatnges of Wall street, Paris, and London are much perturbed. Yesterday Spanish stecks fell to three per cent.,; British consols, halF per cent.; white twenty eolouial i issues experienced a drop from half to one per cent.

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LORD SELBOURNE AT BRADFORD. London, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

iORD SELBOURNE AT BRAD- j FORD. i Loudon, March 5. bpeakmg at Bradford, Lord belbourue, Under-Secretary of State for tbe colonies, stated that the country was of opinion that war was too high a price to pay for the assertion of British rights iu Madagascar. The country was absolutely determined that British rights in China, should not be nullified, or in the least degree writhed. Lord Selbourne nlso referred to the situation iu West Africa describing tbe attitude of France as oue of brilliant adversity and tenacity.

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TELEGRAMS. [BY CABLE] EASTERN TROUBLES. THE CHINESE LOAN CONTRACT SIGNED. LONDON, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

TELEGBAMS. £B¥OABfe& j Eastern Troubles. yfltf CHINESE LOAN CONTACT SIGNED. liOBDotfj Marich & *Phe Chinese ioau tscmtracty receiitL arranged by Sir " liolnirt Ilart, {Kctor>Oederai of the Chinese v Cttsloms^ Ibis beferri feigned tinder Cdntfact, dnd tile revenues of Che Itiang and Yadg Tee &iang Vdlley placed cinder the fcodtrol bf the Imperial Custonie. The I dan is redeemable at Hie expiration of 45 years:

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

TERRIBLE BURNING ACCIDENT.' ♦— A SYDNEY MAN PALLS ON A HOT STEAM-PIPE IN A BATH. II7S FL.ESH ADHEKED TO THE *?i ?K LIKE A STEAK TO A FRYii.GPAN." AN AWFUL SfGHT. While in a batb in Pitt street, a Mr. Jarvis liad the misfortune to slip and fall 011 the hot water pipes, and before he could be rescued he was scalded and burnt in a terrible way. The shock of the b "rning and the fall proved to be ve.y :: s's.rous for Mr. Jarvis, and for a au > ::r of years after he was a confirtuz:. :.:rc! d, suffering terribly from locomotor acaxia and other forms of j paralysis. A few months ago, however, ' reports began to be circulated in the neighbourhood that Mr. Jarvis was get-! ting round again, and that be had had. a ! most marvellous recovery from t.h-s a-v parently incurable malady. account of th^se rumours that a sp" i--\ reporter from the Sydney ' Worbtv ' was despatched to get all : " mation regarding same, and one tu.- ..oon he madt: his way to his house, 45 Crown lane, Ultimo. Mr, Tho...

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THE COLONIAL PASSENGERS' ACT. INDIGNATION MEETING AT CONDON. (BY TELEGRAPH.) Condon, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

THE COLONIAL PASSENGERS' ACT. w INDIGNATION MEETING AT CONDON. (BY TELEGHAPJI.) Condon, March 7. j Oa Saturday night, one of the largest I and most representative meetings of Condon residents was held here, in relation to the shipping laws (Vic. 60, Section 10) enforcing the present master of vessels, trading in the creeks of NorthWestralia district, to give way to certificated men, with the result that the following propositions were carried unanimously. It is well known that the present masters are men who have been on the coast for many years past, and that their local knowledge and seamanship has stood the test, and if the Government adhere to their present inteu-" tion, these men will be deprived of a livelihood. Proposed by Mr. S. Iledley, seconded by Mr. Jas. Rayner, 'that a petition be drawn np and signed, embodying the views of this meeting, and forwarded to the members of the district, protesting against the enforcement of the shipping clause (Vic. 60, Sec. 10),-requiring ...

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SPORTING NEWS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) THE TURF. V.R.C, AUTUMN MEETING, THIRD DAY. Melbourne, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

SPORTING NEWS (By Telegraph.; THE TUKF, V.E.C, AUTUMN MEETING*, THIRD DAY, Melbourne', Maret tl< A large attendance was present ye#-1 fcerday, and fine weather ^retailed. Thet following are the results ;—Hdhdi/b PUck. Ckmdalkin v.. ... t Cynic ... 2? Metford ... ... $ Won hy two lengths in 3.48^, Betting—3 to 1 Ckmdalkin. Maidek Pi,atK. Avalon ... ... 1 Spencer ... ... 2 Pellisier . 3 Won by a length in 1.42^. The winner Went out at 5 to I. - Aurtnair Handicap. Vakeel ... ... 1 Cravat ... ... 2 Legs ... ... 3 Won by a head in 2.52J, three lengths separating second and third horses. The winner started at 4 to 1. CHAMPION STAKES. A sweepstake of 25sovs. each, with one thousand so vs. added. Distance, three miles. Duggan's Amberite 7.12 ... 1 Sep. Miller's Bondook 9.1 2 Only two started. Won by twenty lengths in 5.27J- Betting—3 to 1 on Amberite. Nukskky Haxdicap. Relic ... ... I Pellisier ... ... 2 Pirate King ... ... 3 Won by a length in 1.33. IllVKK BAKOTCAP. Moonlyong .....

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THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. London, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

I THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN | AUSTRALIA. London. March 5. The ' Daily Chronicle ' in an article, dealing with the final test match betweenStoddart's team and the Australians, states that in fielding, hatting, and how ling, the Englishmen were distinctly inferior to the Australians.

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RANDWICK RACES. Sydney, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 11 March 1898

BAND WICK RACES. I Svdnev, March 7. I The Randwick races commenced oa j Saturday in splendid weather. Followin<i are the results :— ! Dekisok Stakes. Ettebat ... ... 1 Tittle Widow ... ... 2" Influenza ... ... 3 Won by a bead in 1.14£. Steward's Milk. Mirella ... ... I Charge ... ... 2 Whnkawatea ... ... 3 Won comfortably in 1.44. Nursery Handicap. .Alaria ... ... 1 Jenny Moore ... ... 2 Canonade ... ... 3 Won anyhow, in 3.0J. Alexandra Stakes. Ravens Plume ... ... 1 Mate ... ... 2 Brazen Lad ... ... 3 Won by a neck in 2.13. Welter Handicap. Eastern King ... ... 1 ! Ace of Diamonds ... 2 Queen of the Ring ... 3 Won by a head in 1.44^. Bamboo Cbeek Pbogbess Committee.— At a meeting of the Bamboo Creek Progress Committee held on Monday last, it was decided to send two delegates to attend the publie meeting at Atarble Ifer on 23rd. A fall report of the proceedings reached us too late for to-day's issue, but will appear in our next.

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