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THE COLONIES AND THE MOTHERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 30 July 1897

THE COLONIES AND THE i MOTHERLAND. Speaking at a banquet tendered the colonial premiers by the Loudon Chamber «f Commerce ou Friday, Mr. iteid declared Australian senti ment did not favor Imperial Federa tion. The colonies, ho eaid, did not wish ,to become a joint in the Im perial tail, and any attempt to bring them back to an insignificant position would never succeed. It was neither governor, nor throne, uor institutions which bound the colonies to the motherland; but the same blood, history, traditions, and the same future. Sir John Forrest and Sir E. N. Uraddou expressed themselves in favor of a closer union -betweea Great Britain and the colonies. Addressing a meeting of the Im perial Federation DefeuceCummitfcee on Saturday, Sir Gordon Sprigg in timated tlmt the subsidy which Cape Colony had decided to contribute to wards the navy would be paid over unconditionally. They did not be lieve in fetteriug the Admiralty, aud preferred "to trust the English Ad ministration. The colon...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 30 July 1897

Electoral Registration Court. Adjourned Sitting*. THE Adjourned Sitting of the Quarterly Electoral Hfgistration Meeting will he held nt the Court House, Marble Bar, at TEN" o'clock in tlie forenoon on MGXDAY nert, AUGUST 2nd. H- BE ADS HAW, Registrar. Marble Bar, July 30. H O T I C X. ANY person or persons found muster ing or remoring STOCK from the Hoy Hill runs, without written permission from the undersigned, will be prosecuted according to law. J. S. MACK AY. Boy llill Station. • July 18th. Nullacine Racinc Club. FIRST ANNUAL MEETING. August 11,12, and 13, 1897 Officers. President: Jas. Isdell, Esq., J.P. Vice-Presidents: Walter.Kingsmill, Ksq_, J.P.. John Boyer, Esq., Thomas Wal ters. Esq. Stewards: Messrs. Jas. Isdell, E. H AJiearn, C. McLarty, S. P. Lynch, J, Boyer, F. Walsh, R. Nichoils, W. Higg*. M. O'Neill, T- Walters, E. Curlej*. Jtid-e : Walter Higgs, E»q. Starter: Thos. Wallers. Esq. Clerk of Scales : Alfred Royer, Esq. Treasurer: C. McLarty, Esq. Hnndicapper: Thos. Wal...

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SPORTING. THE TUHF. [BY TELEGRAPH.] NULEAGINE MEETING. WEIGHTS FOR THE PRINCIPAL EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 30 July 1897

SPORTING. THE TUHF. [BY TELEGRAPH.] NULEAGINE MEETING. WEIGHTS PGR THE PRINCIPAL EVENTS. The following .weights for the fonr chief races attbeifnllagine Jiacing Club's ap proaching meeting hare been declared by the handi capper, Mr. Tho*. Walters:— fiutuoixE Goumsu) Handicap. If miles. I*y 9 13 Elfie 7 10 Bijou... ... 9 13 Diam'nd Grain 7 7 Inrenuy ... 9 10 Pilot 7 P Forlorn ... It 5 Hustle ... 7 5 Durable ... 8 9 Hie Coon ... 7 2 Monitor ... 7 10 Wildflower ... 7 O Pdblicaks' Pcsse. Six furlongs . I»y 10 5 Bronzewing... 7 12 Bijou ... 10 5 Thistle ... 7 IO Forlorn ... 9 11 Monitor ... 7 10 Morgan ... 8 7 Hie Coon ... 7 6 ! Elfie 7 13 Wildflower ... 7 2! Pilot... ... 7 13 Johnnie Sam 7 0 CoNGUWEKATK HANDICAP. l£ miles. I»y 10 0 Pilot 7 7 Bijou ... 10 0 Diam'od Grain 7 7 Inverary ... 9 11 Thistle ... 7 6 Forlorn ... 9 7 The Coon ... 7 3 Durable ... 8 9 Wildflower ... 7 0 Monitor ... 7 11 Johnnie Sam 6 12 Elfie 7 11 Feting Handicap. Six furlongs. ley 10 5 Bronze wing... 7 12 Bijou 10 ...

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SUICIDE. July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 30 July 1897

SUICIDE. July 14. A man named Arthur Ascher com mitted suicide last night on Ml Eliza, tiy cutting his throat with a razor.

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THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. WHEN AUSTHAUA FEDERATES. WILL OUT-DO THE CANADIANS. [BY CABLE] LONDON, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 30 July 1897

THE QUEEN'S JUBILEF. WHEN AUSTHAUA FEDE RATES. WILL OU1-DO THE CANA , DIANS. [BT CABLB-] Losdon, July 9. ,-The colonial -premiers and their ! ^wives, whea at-Windsor, visited the | tombs of the late Diike of Albany. | and the hie SJdte i»f €lamice. j ; - The premiers were sworn in as i -privy cootifcniolrk, add were fclsopre- < senjted «by the with jubilee medals. They handed the <Jneei» loyal congnttnmtniy : addresses from i the Parliaments of their respective: ,colonies. ; .„ . The *c Lancet" ,declares the de-, -terioralaon of fchej^neen's eye-sight has been greatly exaggerated. Her Ouite aapahlo of perform • iher pabUcidutu'S, t ^ . Mr. G. Hi JEteid. wheiS speaking at the fishmongers' dinner, in London, sajdHiHt, while headmired therb'ag- : jiificent patridfism nnd loyalty which w»st»nspirinj^ GBn»dR 'n to ■ tariff in faVonr »f Gi her tariffari faVonr »f Great Brilai u, ^Bdtidiefs . -would find that when Anstmiia federated, the Canadians, unless they- made t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRIMINAL SITTINGS OF SUPREME COURT. SEVERE SENTENCES. July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 30 July 1897

CRIMINAL SITTINGS OF SUPREME COURT. SEVERE SENTENCES. July 16. At the Criminal Sittings of tin: Supreme Court yesterday, Charles James Anderson was sentenced to 12 months imprisonment with hard labour for eia liezzlement; Francis Leonard to five years penal servitude, false pretences ; Duncan Campbell to two years imprison meiit with hard laltour for stealing from the person : and Ernest Jones, a cal> inan, to ten years penal servitude for assault and robbery.

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SOUTH AFRICAN AFFAIRS. LONDON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 30 July 1897

South African Affairs. London, July 15. The -railway from Pidspye to Bnia wayo, iSoiitli Africa, is aiiuouuced. to be opened in November next.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARTESIAN WATER NEAR PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 30 July 1897

ARTESIAN WATER NEAR PERTH. At a depth of 1480 feet, the Melville Water Park Kstate Coy. struck artesian water, yielding one hundred thousand gallons daily.

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THE CAPE PRESENTS THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT WITH A BATTLE-SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 30 July 1897

THE CAPE PRESENTS THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT WITH A BATTLE SHIP. Mr. Reid, in the course of an inter view on Monday, lauded the action of the Cape in preseuting the British Government with a battle-ship, and added that the gift was undoubtedly welcome, because. South Africa gave Groat Britain considerable trouble. With Australia, remarked Mr. lieid,' the case was eutirely different. The Australian colonies have occasioned the mother country uo trouble, and Australia during the last ten years had paid England, as interest, the equivalent of several warships. New South Wales alone had expended half a million sterling in providing a fine naval station,' the best in the Empire outside England. On Friday last Mr. G. H. Reid was entertuiued at dinner by tin directors of the Bank of England. Mr. Seddoii was entertained ot: Thursday by the Fabian Society. The Duke of Devonshire, speak ing at the Cordwaiuers' banquet in honour of the colonial premiers, on Thursday, said the presence iu Eng land ...

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GAOL ESCAPEES PUNISHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 30 July 1897

GAOL ESCAPEES PUNISHED. Exemplary punishment was ineted out to two prisoners, Cameron and Beck, yesterday, for their escape from the Fre uiuntle gaol. On Wednesday the visit ing Justice, Mr. Faiil»aitn, R.M., who dealt with the case, ga re then) a months' imprisonment in irons each, with three dozen lashes.

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PREMIERS VISIT HAWARDEN CASTLE. LONDON, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 30 July 1897

PREMIERS VJSIT HA WARDEN , ; U^STJLE. ■It ■.X.iJ&Mil, JbJT*": Vv, -J. i , v;' • . • Loxdok, July 14. The iiolfMiial premiers -have-paid a . visit to ilawar^en Castle. Mr. Glad stone spoke freely of early colonial: : prtibleras, and applauded Iiord Juim llttK^£^^4uisec>iriu(r -Respon sible Government, in spite of the traditional policy of , the CoIubibI Office, "which was based upon a belief that 4he colonies should be ad ministered by force. Mr. Gladstone informed Mr. G. H. Reid that lio j bad followed his career with the j f*reatest interest, and warmly con- j gratalated him npou-bis fiscal policy. When bidding the premiers farewell, • "Mr."Gladsfctme ■ ~said,~ " My~earnest prajer gp with yoo, aiid avithwbura ^dnJarejtxmti^cted and Mrs. Glad-: < fej&Be kdaed, >*fGod bless yoa." 1

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REBOURNE DISTRICT REQUIREMENTS. MESSRS. SHOLL AND WATSON INTERVIEW THE MINISTER. [BY TELEGRAPH]. PERTH, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 30 July 1897

roebourne district REQUIREMENTS. MESSRS. SHOLL AND WATSON INTERVIEW THE MINISTER. [by telegraph]. Perth, July 23. Mr. H. W. Shod, M.L.A., and Mr. A. Wilkin Watson, Mayor of Roebouree, interviewed the Director of Public Works on Wednesday, with reference to the Roeboume district's requirenwrnts. The Minister informed the deputation that a bill would be introduced into Parliament next session dealing with tlie water supply of provincial towns, Roeboume and Cossack included. He promised definitely that the l»oring plant, now at Onslow, would be removed to Roeboume to l»ore in that locality as soon as opeiations are completed at tlie former port. At present, a slight delay has been occasional in the progress of boring at Onslow through material not arriving when required. The l>one is down ' 582 feet, and tlnrre are good indi cations of a water supply lieiug struck. Tlii! Minister explained the surveyor had been taken away from the Cossack harbour scheme to attend to urgent work at W...

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NORTH SHAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 30 July 1897

KORTH SHAW. We are informed Messrs. McPhpe have met with conspicuous success in opening up their old claim. Bertha. A reef, fifteen fe«t wide from one side, has l>een encountered, carrying fine and coarse gold freely. What the true width of this lode ia, cannot tm determined until the cross-cut is right through, but it has so far gone in the distance stated, and the end is not yet in View. The Eldorado battery has temporarily suspended operations, owing to a defect in the machinery. There are several parcels of stone ready for treatu'cnt as soon as the stampers g-t going again, from tin-Struck Oil, Nil Despemndum, Aurarit, and No. 1 West Eldorado, which should open the t-yvn of mining men generally, to the valu>- of this par ticular uook of Piil-arra Goidfield

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TELEGRAMS. THE EASTREN TROUBLES. GREECE AND TURKEY. THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. DETERMINED ACTION OF THE POWERS. [BY CABLE] LONDON, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 30 July 1897

The Eastern Troubles. GREECE AND TURKEY. THE I^CE NEGOTIATiQNS. DETERMINED ACTION OF THE POWERS. Iliy.CABLK] Lomdok. Jolv 9. Russia has addressed a circular note to the Potyere, soggestiu^ that certain steps' h6 taken for the expe dition of the peace negotiations be tween Turkey arid fireece. The Germau ambassador has re ceived precise instructions to insist that Turkey (shall withdraw her i troops from Thessaly to the strategic frontier. July 14. Owing to the frequent attacks | iO«»de upon the European fopces »t • Crete, the admirals have warned the ; insurgents .that they most resort to severe repressive measures. Austria,Germany, and liussia have advised the Sultan to accept the con ; ditions of peace proposed by the em -ijasstes, as embodying the maximum • of concession -considered equitable by the Powers. The Sultan is dis niayc d at the turu affairs have taken. July 15. The Sultan has addressed personal telegrams to five of the sovereigns of: . Europe, and to Presideut' Felix ...

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GOLDFIELDS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. REPORTED AS RICHEST IN THE WORLD. EXCITEMENT AND A RUSH. [BY TELEGRAPH.] LONDON, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 30 July 1897

GOLDFIELDS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. REPORTED AS RICHEST IN THE WORLD. EXCITEMENT AND A RUSH. [By TELKflHAPn.] Loxpoh, July 21. Owing to reports regarding fn-sh gold discoveries in British Coluuiliin, there is a pood deal of excitement in all towns 011 the Pacific slope. Expeditions ore also being fitted out in New York. July 22. The reports concerning the rich gold discoveries in British <3olumbin, have heen confirmed hy Renter, nnd a'iso by the Governor of North West Canada. Later. The Canadian people are clamorously urging the Government to prohibit per sons. other than British subjects, from mining on the new gold fields in British Columbia. July 24. The new goHGelds at Kalondykp, British Colombia, are^descrilied as l«eing marvellously rich. At the same time Kalondyke is the most desolste mining camp in the world. Returned miners from the newly dis covei-ed gold fields of British Colnmbia declare the auriferous belt extends for a distance of 300 miles, and that the tributa...

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V.R.C. GRAND NATIONAL MEETING. MELBOURNE, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 30 July 1897

V.B.C. GRAND NATIONAL MEET ING. Mekbofbxe, Jslj 15. At .the V.H.C. meeting on Saturday, fine weather prevailed, there being a {.odd attendance. The following were the re sults:— Open Handicap Steeplechase, A sweepstake of 3 sors. each with 150 aors added, second horse 25 sors., third 10 sore. out of stake; about 2 mites. Alec. Taylor's Courtier. lOst 21b, (Sutherland) ... ... 1 13. Miller's Lamook, 12st 9ll>(J. Allen) 2 Harlbut's Doctor, 9st lib (Glennon) 3 Other starters were Votary, Desperado, and Perfection. Betting—9 to 2 Larnook, 3 to 1 Courtier. 8 to 1 Doctor, and 10 to 1 others. Lawn Handicap, A sweepstake of 3 sot. each, with 150 sors. added, second horse 20 sort, and third . horse 10 sors. from stake. Six furlongs. A- McCraeken's Patriot, by Antondmy Bangle, 2 years, 8st lib (A-Brosn) 1 H. P. Whitlji Ktnon-na-Knntk. 8st 61b, (Dawes) ... ... 2 Pearce'e Crxmstadt. 8st 121b, (A. Boss) 3 The other starters were Dora, Lboth dress. Homespun, Marshal Key, Pexrum, 1 Santa, Bean ...

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MOORFIELD CLUB'S MEETING. SYDNEY, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 30 July 1897

* MOOEFIELU CLUB'S MEETING. Snarer, Julr II. j The Jnly meeting of the Moorfwe Suini; Clob ink li»1\A at Koparah yestef d«j, there beio£ a j?ood attendance. Ti|f following were the resnlts:— Welhr ILumm. SuM*jttr» ... ... 1 £dio ... ... ... i Urolic - ... ... ... S Two-Yeae-Old Handicap. Halkar ... 1 Valorous ... ... ... 2 Amourette ... ... 3 Eooakah Stakes. Billyingra ... ... 1 Valorous ... ... ... 2 Blackloclc 3 Mooefikld Handicap. Lady Trenville ... i The Meddler ..., ■ ... 2 Projectile ... ... 3 Selling Stakes. Como ... ... 1 Jack Horner ... ... 2 Marie May ... ... 3 Stkwaeds" Mike. Panqrnn .. ... ... 1 Mane May ... ... 2 Physician ... ... ... 3

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FOOTBALL. SYDNEY, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 30 July 1897

FOOTBALL. SfWKT. .Tnly 11. The second intercolonial football match ltetween Near ttonth Wales and iVesr Zea land was contested on the Sydney Cricket Ground yesterday afternoon in the presence of Jjn.000 spectators. The visitors were beaten by 22 points to 8. The first match was won bv New Zealand.

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HOUSEBEEAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 30 July 1897

HOUSEBEEAKLXG. At nn early hour yesterday morning, the Richmond Hotel, Premantle, was lirokeu into and 23 bottles of spirits stolen.

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NEW "HANSARD" STAFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 30 July 1897

IfEW "HANSAED" STAFF. 'Hie new " Hansard " staff lias been appointed, Mr. Houghton returning to tile, leadership, whilst three Sydney stenographers have been selected as his assistants.

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