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EGYPTIAN OCCUPATION OF KASSALA. London, November 1. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 4 November 1897
KcivrriAN oomii'ATiox of KAH3ALA, London, November 1, It has been decided that Kgypllan troops shall garrl'on Knasaln, formerly Iho capital of thn Nubian dlitrlct of Albara, 2110 miles smith of Huakhn, nn a tributary of tho Atbira, nnd lately occupied by tho Italian,,
THE GREAT STRIKE. PRESIDENT OF BOARD OF TRADE AS MEDIATOR. THE EIGHT-HOUR DAY STRUGGLE. PROPOSED REDUCTION OF WAGES TO COTTON OPERATIVES REJECTED. London, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 4 November 1897
TIIK OIIKAT HTUIKH. PliK.SiniCMT OK HOARD OF TIIADK AS MKIHATOll. TUB KinilT-llOUIl DAY STIlimnT.K. 1'IIOI'OSHn RKDDCTION OF WAflKR TO COTTON OPKIIATIVICH RKJKOTKD. London, OelnbrTlll. Tho Illgbt ITon O. T. Ritchie, I'rosMentof Iho Hoard of Trade, la preparlnct an amended proposal fur rcfcronci! lo tho fcilcralcd otn ployrrs nnd nmaluamited ennlneen and nsso clnlo bodies. In this ho will prnhibly bur gest that thoempltnvr» modify their ilnmnnd for an uncomlltlonat w'lhilmwal of proposals for reduction of hnur* 'f hibir, nnd will also advlxi a MmulinneoiM wlih liawal of lock-nut and ntilkc unties. London, Nov 1. Sir O, 11. Dunes, secretary of thn Amal gamated ICnglnccm' Soelnty, nlhiillng lo Iho pwslblllty nf thn men bolng defeated in Iho ptcmnt R- t «i.'«tii to sccuto an eight hour lalnr day, n»ys that If such occur-i tho Aasocinlion will then vuly on goltlng a day's labor legally Bok forth nnd lixed by Act of I'.irlla' ment. The ballot, tnken among tho varloun Cotton Operatives' Aw...
News From Abroad. British and Foreign. INDIAN FRONTIER TROUBLE. IMPORTANT DESPATCH FROM THE AMEER. London, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 4 November 1897
iVrnvs From AIhoimI, lli-itlNli nml I'tiit-iu'ii, INDIAN FHONTMDa THOIJIILK, IMPORTANT DKSPATOI1 KHOJI '111 IC AM1CICH. London, October flO, nrnoial Sir W. Lockhnrt hm capluicd tho Sompagln l'ms, whero 20,000 welt-aimoil Irlhcsmeii had taken up a Btrong ponlllon. General Oipe.'rn led tho advanoi! ngrnln't Ibo nncmy who mado but a poor Mnwl, thn artillery, ntln prcvlmiiengagi'mcntii, prnvini; cffccllvo In clearing Ihcm away, O,iptnin l),i Hull., of Iho nrllllcry, was killed during thn engagement, Tho AiiRlu-Indlnn forco, hnrlng e.ipluroil lhu Pans, now halts In Iho Minima Valley. Tho ilufencea of Hnmpiglm wern vnry filrnng, nnd tho approachi-s theroln were greatly exposed, hut Iho tilbonmiii who out naukoil itn.l unablu to faeo I hi shnlln from Ihn HrltMi nrllllery. Tho cwnltli'ii nmong Ooncral I.nnkbart's trnopR only nuinhnrcd 20. London, Novcmbci- 1. Tim Ameorof AfL'hanlslr.n, In a letter to tho llilllsh Asnnt, says tho AfrMIs nnd OraUls havo nsknl him to Biihmlt nn apolnpy, and to...
GERMAN CLAIMS IN AFRICA. London, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 4 November 1897
QKRMAN 0LAIM3 IN AFIUOA. Ixinilon, Oclobcr 31, Tho Ocrman Qoverninent, probably (in prllcd by tho Oolonlnl Party, Is inserting anothor claim to Afilcnn territory. Tho country now claimed Is tho Kingdom of Qandu, which has an area of 82,000 cquaro mile*, and Is situated In tho Soudan, being traversed by tho Rlyor Niger. This, It |s nstortcd, Is not within tho sphere of British Induonce, butlia protoctorate of Qerranny, It la alloged In dipport of this claim that no treaty has been entered Into by tho King of Qandu with Cheat Britain, nnd dormany la thorcforo at liberty to tako Iho territory under protcotlon.
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 4 November 1897
CiicLrl, Tho fnllntvInK team tm3 lwcn wlcclcd (fur Iho Ilisl eltvcn) to rnpri'Bjnt tlio Must Wei Hnglon AnC'OlnlloiinKnlnatllio Went Devon Association, In Hie mulch lo Im played at Uiirnlo mi Monday noxt :-A, K. Aliioraon A, K, llaitlsoii, 1), A, ttik ,|, Wfbb. 11. dwell,.!, Kranks, 11. Kionkn, It. W, H»r rlsnn, W, IOv.iik, K. Olsrko, W. Jonc« j cmoigenolcs, D. ()loUlfh, W, Allilnfon, M, U, Marlln, Hart. Unwell, Thn match bnlwccn arcand eleven* of (lio nbovo nraacliillriiiii, whloh wai to hnvo been played at Korlli at Monday, hm boon ahan. iloned, owing lo tho Inablllly of (jolting n loira for Won Wellington. Tlio fnllawlngliava bun selected In npto. Bent Ilurnlc In lho match nualtisl Itomalno on Hnlurday :-C!lnrkf, AtUmon, Kions, Chain-In, Jours, Htnait, Qnincr, I'olson, doiiy, K. II, Kran», nnd Ilogois.
A POSER. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 4 November 1897
a rosuii. A crlcktt 'poicr' which lian causrd » great amomilut Intercut. In Knglnml rrei-nlly nnd which was IninTti-l In olio loiinml In tho old country, has hcuu Inknii up In tlio colnnlcn with great fpli||. It In this i-In It po-ilblo for a bnlKman In (core thrfo rj'« olTBUccrBRlvo balls? The homo nar.cr. whli-h i.ffnrci n ratlicr rnlimbU prliw, ncclvi-d .numbom nf nnswers, lint limy considered only Ihreo tho correct ones, Tlin ono which Ihoy eventually decided In accept mint In Ihh answer : — 'Tho linlmiiaii eoicl r. oft tho ln,t b.ill of tho ovcri ho tlicn hit r, oil tho llr.t hill ot Iho next nl lhu olhrr en.l, hut the umpliu called nno short | tho next ball hn hit fcr ,-.,' This, of c lira', U 'ulilnnl Lilly correct, fo far m- our rules ppornto, but on n stilct roaillnjtof Ihn rulrsll la Impossible for snyliAtsninu toicoro Ihrec fi's i.ll incruvlru dtllvi-rles iimler lho strict Inlerpiclutlon of tho riik-B. On read. Ing Iho rulo bearing upon Iho mutter it lnta mnn can only chi...
PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT. CAPTAIN MILKS' AMENDMENT AMENDED AND CARRIED. "THIS HOUSE DOES NOT CENSURE MINISTERS." THE RAILWAY LEAGUERS WILD, OPPOSITIONISTS DEJECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 4 November 1897
PROCMCPINQS |N PAIILIAMKNT, CAPTAIN MILKS' AMENMIKN? AMICNDKD AND OAIII1|KD. ?iTHISHOnSB lloKS NOT OKNSORK MINIdTKUS.' THE llAlLWAyliAOORIia WILD, OPPOSITIONISTS DKJBOTWfJ. HonxnT, Tucsd«y.-Thcto wan a sraat ntlondancalo the gallotlea In tho Hou-e ot ABBombly during thu early p»r' '' '-a '''' Ing, but, n. the new. iproml that the dlvl.loa was coming, crowds entered the spaces to (erved for atntniren. The upecohes woro no' up to tho average, ami whon tho Premier to Bamod hli sent Mr Dobson, for ionic purpoie, tnu a uilld atonowall, but wa« warned by IM Ij—^---^ ? — ?.lb.rlotc.1. MrA.t.Clniktook ?%, Feel's nine ? nchl, Mid ? ll.lontf.taloincnt, but care. ? lilting 111' ruling, lcnvln« lho MlBrt'i'''''1'1''1' w' 'll!l1 llC((i1' fo,H;nlM''lll'rin«ll'!lllvl'lonlt ^..?llb.tMr llmry voted, and, It bo. i ?«U»»i''»'1 »''en'jp .?»|ll.Mm,.yhnd,ondvl,edthu »jKll»-ih.y Mr Henry paired with nflSkl. In onlerlo allow Inquiries, J,Mto-l,l«lon.'i'' 'r »??'.''»?''' S.m«l cucli endeavored to mli! to !„...
The Political Crisis. NOTES FROM THE CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 4 November 1897
Tli« I'oliliciU Crisis. NOTUB KHOM Till! OAl'ITAt,. 1 (I'llOM OUIt BfKOIAI, OOllHEHPONnRNT.)! Only tho™ who nro on tho snot .niiS, full view of the wh,,ln preceding, e.nM any Idea of Iho Inlliionoef lint nto»t»,,» to defct the Kmu Ilay.I,jcM ,»||m,r , M Jcet. These Influence, areiubtlo „,,,! /„' M and follow those iipiin whoralhev nrnl,.n.'...H l'or1rBt.a!!c,,rlOior»T1'I';,c°'il'wh N '''? l-cctlvo lo.. o't' '„''„',' U*vy'ulsW'',l' %J%M and trailera of cuatonieta. All sorts »f InflH enooa nru at woik, women nml chlldtm IlitliV Ing under the Southern Standard. 9 The Hubatt people oire not a peimv «WuH thn (treat Western Syndicate Li/iuM far as It may hu uied as a Icier to tiejp il,r|H main purpose, via , to prutut rall,,»y „,„? miiiiiciition bjlween the Nuilh and Ih, |vn| Hence al,o they am endeavoring lo id KmB Hay against Liunco.ton ami to dr.!, Uu,imB putt Into Iho battlu. Then there i» t|,0 oldH Blauiling Jualoujy of thu ox-Altorncy.iluncnH lo icckon wllh, Ito sec, now a cliaiicii...
News in Brier. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 4 November 1897
i\o\vs in Itiici. l'lnor weather. Political crisis ended, No rain tor paat two days, (hitlus iviin lira Melbourne Oup, Weather flno but windy yeslorday. I'm nines el to £1/1(1/ 111 I.aunceston. Wynyatd Show Hehcilulo on 1th pagti. Hraildon-l''yih Ministry remain In offlco, Melbnuino Oup race nnothor ' boll ovoi.' Typhoid epidemic abating In Maldstonn. West Kenllsh Hotter Fnctory Indinicultlca Bporlant Ulverstono on Monday next, Seo advt. Tenders Invited for 12 tona dogwood. Sco mlvt. Concert at Bisters Creek on Monday next. Sea advt. Under Which King! Head thu leading Pillclo. Kino weather sot in throughout Iho colony. Hcsiilnr bunlncis now proceeding in Ihe Amembly. ,1. Hucklngnnm won tbo chopping cham pionship, .1, Hiicklngliam won a double nt Axemen'* Carnival. (I i ml; nml Turkish treaty negotiations again delayed. Htnck rulo nt Penguin and Wynyard next month. See advt. Porto objects to Iho Hovornor of Crelo selected hy iho Power*. Stock nnd furniture rnlo at llurnlo on November...
THE S.S. COOGEE IN BAD WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 4 November 1897
THE 8.8, COOOEE IN BAD WKATUEIt. ITbo «U-mor Coogoo arrived at tho Mol bonrno nh.tt nt 11 o'olook on Ktlday night, niter »n oiccodlngly bolilcrona trip Irom LnanooBton, tho imalhcr eiporlonccil bolngot bo B«vero a nutaro tli.l for - period of eight - V nours ino tc«kh «m - nave to ' nnu conso* '* I qncmtly her arrival nt Molboutno, whloh was ,,1 oxpeoleil on VM»j morning, itm oonrldor. 31 Mily aolayod. Captain O.nlngton mporta I Uikt tho Ooogoo cleared tha Tam»t at » p.m. L on Tlntr»diiy, with n full oomplomont ot pus ' ?! ' jfWSflWH acnycrs, tho mnjurity ot whom were ' Cup ' vlaltors, and as tha open wateM nf the Htraltn were entered upon It be'cime evident that n lively tlmo w.u in Kloro te.r Ihu vm:1 and those on board. Th'i wind, conilni; away from tho weat-north-wi'st, increaied In strength until It at IciiL-th blow with tor rlllc velocity, whilst a high uud dauRcrous Ben got up. Agulnat tho opposition of thesu combined foicea the ntcamer fought her way slowly and ultimately C....