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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897

—THE — Pilbarra Goldfield N ews. RibliAfd every Friday at Marble Bar, in ibe^Uana Goldfield. Contains all foe latest and most reliable information conwrning Mining in the Pilbarra Goldfield, including tho centres of Marble Bar, Bamboo Creek, Nullagine. Western Shaar, North Shaw, Tam bourrah, North Pole, i and Ysndicoogina. 1 Tkeib of StmscBiFnoK is Advaxce : 6a 6d per quarter; ISs half-year; £1 6s year. ADVEHTIKIKG RaTBS : 4a per inch per insertion ; applications for gold-mining leases, £l 4s for two inser tions, Bates for the insertion of adver tisements for three months or a longer period may bo had on application. Asms: Ernest B. Jam as (Advertisement Agent), "Morning Herald "Office, Perth Watson & Geyer, Boebonrne A. E. A. Haste, Bamboo Creek. Wilfred Jackson, Western Shaw S. P. Lynch, N nil agin o S. Hedley, Condon By whom - all subscriptions or advertise ments for insertion in the Pi lb inn a Goedfikid Nbwb will be received. Leap Tear Lin. Charles Bassett, Proprietor. ...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WOE TO THE JUMPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897

WOE TO THE JUMPER. The Government, with a view oF ie pressi.up illegitimate jnmpiup, have seen fit to inake a nrw mininp repu lathm ; so that no application for the forfeiture of a leusi will now lie re reived or entertained unless accom panied by the stun of £25 as security for costs, and, also, a Warden tuny in the future grant n defendant in the event of snrh an action beinp brought and not sustained a sum not exceediiip £50 as solatium for his ioss of time and expenses in connec tion with the matter. This enact ment is another stpp towards prnnt intr that security of tenure which is alleged to be one of the greatest drawbacks to the prosecution of mining enterprises in this colony. That a leaseholder or company should have nn indefeasible title for the prnnnd held, for a number of vears, is past i»aius:ivinp, and, thmipli it. is advisable this title should not be granted nntil something has heen done towards proving the lessees* in tention of working the ground to the best advan...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PORT HEDLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897

POST H ROLAND. Notwithstanding the various works initiated at Port Ifedland with a view of making that place available for shipping1 of lame tonnage are now fairly nnder way, nothing what ever has been heard of the report, presumably furnished the Govern ment by Cotntnander Dawson, K.N., upon the completion of his survey of that harhnnr, some nine or ten months ajro. It is eminently desir able that the observations and opinions of this hydropsapher should be made public as quickly as pos- , Bible, especially as even vet do we.j bear rumours derogatory to the onlv i port that will amply meet the needs j of East Pilharra Goldfield, and which calumnies we think its.-ife to assume will be irrefragnhly roufuted bv the Admiralty official's memorandum. If it be, as we anticipate, that Com mander Dawson has furnished a favourable report, that being an hypothesis in every way supported by all available data, the anxiety felt rewarding its publication is easy of comprehension, as shipping com...

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Victoria. MELBOURNE, August 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897

Victoria. Mb^bournk, August 5. A miner nanu-d Joseph Laurence, age $6, conunifc&'d puicid'* this aftir noon at Bdlruiedale. Hi* uastiieiroive for . liquor last night, and remained in his- room ■ till this afternoon, »1imj he procwded to the hack yard placed a dynamite cap in his mouth, lighted the fuse, 'end. lay'"down with folded hands. His^headrwas shattered by the ex plwttOU, '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897

E. Aubrey Hall, COMMISSION,. FORWARDING, JL3SJ) CUSTOMS AGENT, Cossack. AGENT FOB— The Aoeuiob •Stesmbhip Co., Ltd ColtMKKC3A.L UVIOH AbSTOAKCB Co., Ltd j South British Fisk akd Ma bike Is- ] bueakck Go. " | Erdk Mkteob. 11 < NOTICE. THE Psttaersliip liitherlo existing be tween Alfred Rotes and Thomas Walters, trading as storekeepers, &c~, at Nullagine, has been dissolved by mutual consent- All debts owing by the laietiriu will be paid by Tliomas Wallers, and to wjiorii all outstanding accounts must be paid forthwith. A LFKED IfOTEB, Thomas WaltSbbb. * ) •" *' - I Witness : John Eatch. j Nullagine, July 16, 189?- I Notice of Application for a Gold-mining Lease. NOTICE is hereby given that I, the undersigned, hare (his day made application under "The Goldfields Art, 1893," and the Regulations, for ground ' known as the " Eastern No. 1," situated at Vandiroogina. containing six acres, com mencing at tl c north corner peg of the " Eastern." which is the datum peg; (h...

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INTERCOLONIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] New South Wales. SYDNEY, August 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897

INTERCOLONIAL. [by telegraph.] New South Wales. Sydney, August 5. the ship Conway, from Liverpool, arrived at Sydney on Tuesday, and re ports an apprentice being washed over board on the voyage, Mr. E. Edmund Barton, in charge of the Common wealth Bill in the Legis lative Council, delivered on Tuesday night, a powerful reply to the criticisms passed upon the federal movement, by prominent members of the Upper House. Mr. Barton h«lds that as the Parliu went of New South Wales lias, on two occasions, affirmed, and as the electors of Hie colony have, by an overwhelming majority, confirmed the principle of federation, it. is tlio busimss of the Legislative Council to deal with the measure which has Imeu drafred. and not again to waste time delating the main principle involved Mr. Barton advises t-lie electors to watch those nieuiWrs of Parliament who declare the people know ao more nliout tederation thaii they do about Sanscrit, and also those other nieinl»ers who wen- seeking to wreck ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRITISH AND FOREIGN. REVOLT IN INDIA. August 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897

BRITISH AND FOREIGN. REVOLT IN INDIA. Aognst 3. Particulars have been rereired concerning the relief of Ghakadara.' Colonel Thomas flolbreir Golduej, of the Bengal infantry, starting «r early dawn, snrprised the Pal bans ^whilst they were asleep, and captu red ■ The enemy on discover ing the presence of British troops, fled in panic, thns euabliug Colonel Bfeikeljohu to relieve the beleaguered -Bengal lancers and Bikhs at Chaka dara, practically without opposition. The gnrrieoji had already inflicted . enormousTosses upou the eueiuy, re pelling a desperate assault. * ;The * triliesmen uow threaten the British camp at Mariansatli, a lu re they raided 300 camels. Reinforce ments have been fieut. i' . August 5. The British garrison made an heroic defence of the position at -Chakadnra^ - three thousand Pathaus being killed io xbe fighting.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ADMINISTRATION OF RHODESIA. LAWSON ON RHODES, August 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897

THE ADMIFISTBATION OF HHODKSIA. I.AWSON ON BHODES, August 5. Mr. Chatnberlfliu informed the House of Commons that the Govern ment is inviting-Sir Alfred Milner, High Commissioner of Suuth Africa, and the Gcverumeuts of Cape Colony and Katal, to offer sugges tions with regard to the future ad ministration of Rhodesia. Sir -Wilfred Lawsou, in the House of Commons on Wednesday, accused Mr. Cecil Rhodes of treachery nnd disloyalty daring his administration of the affairs of Cape Colony. Jn *ep*y to a statement in the Honse, urgiug leuiency towards those officers who were associated with Dr. Jameson, Mr. Brodrick said there was no prospect-of the officers referred to, being reinstated..

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897

GENBHMj stews. - Hsrrovrog -r-, Beetles arp reported Vl^m%fl^^fli®y;Whprel(K),W ?1*^(lere|l houiplpss,^' iit^SSvS tached to the Duke of Cunn-jiiglit'rt staff at Alderslinf, for six week*. The Washiii«fcm Government lias paid the indemnity demanded hy the Italian Goveriinieut, on arcimut of three Italian subjects being lynched last year. Mr. Chamberlain has laid on the table of the House of Commons, abstracts of reports received from the British colonies on the subject of the displacement of British goods iu colonial markets. The "Standard" commenting upon these reports, says they are notofau alarming character but admits they point to the necessity for closer study by manufacturers of the requirements of customers. The Royal Commission on Agri culture reports a depression in agri culture, due inaiulf to the fall iu the value of agricultural produce. The commission strongly recommeuds the extension of co-operative creameries, and urges the uecessity of the ob taining of wide iuformat...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW RADICAL PROPAGANDA. LONDON, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897

THE NEW RADICAL PROPA GANDA. * Lokdoh, Augafit 8. Mr. Henry Laboochere, on behalf of the political committee of the •^National Liberal Club, has appealed : to Lilieral Ai^oriatious throughout iheUnited Kiu^dom, to give snp-; :: >port to the pew radical propagendn. i'be liberal associations bave been "jaskpd |o favour the proposals ft.r .*lelfe^atiag to local bodies the man-; flgpniept of local affairs ail round* oij , in otheiL. Words, the creation of a ' Jwuie rnlo for land 4¥nte6, *s tt"JKri^6^.^iliey ans alwj: .. r| ^ movement for* constitutional rhaiipe," which will limit the veto^of Hie House of Lords subject.

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ROEBOURNE NEWS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) ROEBOURNE, August 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897

ROEBOURNE NEWS. (by telegraph.) [FnOM OUE OWN cobkesiondentJ RoEBOUttNE, August 13. I The Supreme Court Special Sessions ! were held last Th:ii-d.iy before Mr. j Commissioner Hoe and jury. There I was only one case on the calendar, viz, ! that of Cockroach, aboriginal, who was | indicted for the murder of his woman, i Georgia a, at the Lower Nickol beach on ! June 11th last. Mr. J. Brocknran, i Government Resident, watched the case i on behalf of the Aborigines' Protection I Hoard. The evidence was very similar ' to that tendered at the Police Court enquiry, with the exception that tho native witnesses could not state definite ly the day on which Georgina died. Tho court was cleared, and the jury left to their deliberations, but after waiting a quarter of an hour, the foreman stated there was no possibility of them coming to a decision. H is Honor said it was becoming a practice for juries at the sessions to disagree. The jury were then locked up for an hour, but upon the expiration...

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THE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. (BY TELEGRAPH). PERTH, August. 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897

THE OPENING OF PAR LIAMENT. THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH (Br 7EIXG eaph) Pr.ETir, Au^n^t 17. The tirst session oi the third Parlia ment of "Western Australia «as opened on Tuesday last with the usual salutes and ceremonies. Every member was in his place in the Legislative Assembly chamber, except the Premier, Sir John Forrest. The following is the speech made by His Excellency the Governor, Sir Gerard Smith Mb. 1'besident and Hon. Ge.ntlemen of tuf. Legislative Council, — Mb. Spkakke and Gentlemen or the Legislative Assemf.lv,— On meet mil you fori lie first time after the recent general elections, I note with satisfaciion lliat ilie furlher representation of ilic people in Parliament has been effected under the provisions of the Act of last year for the amendment of the Con stitution. You have been called together at a somewhat caGier dale than was at first intended, for two speeial purposes, namely, to afford vou an opporlunity of considering and amending the Draft Bill, [ to constitute ...

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RUNNING A RACE IN DIVISION. August 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897

HUSKING A RACE IN DIVISIONS. August B The committee ®l (lie AJ-C. to-day dealt with the action of the Canterbury Pari Club in running the Canterbury Cup in three divisions on July 31st. It was decided that such a mode of running a race was in violation of rule 16, and the club was fined £50 for the offence. It was agreed to inform the Canterbury Park Club that a rejieiition of the offence would invoice the withdrawal of that club's j registration. I

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SOUTH AFRICAN AFFAIRS. TRANSVAAL RAID. LONDON, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897

South African Affairs. TRANSVAAL RAID. London, An^ast 3. Charges have been definitely formnlated nt Juhanuesbnrg, against the Transvaal Government, of supply ing the Matabele with firearms and ammunition, both before and after the Jameson raid. The Bechuaualand rebellion has collapsed, and most of the chiefs have surrendered.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCRATCHINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897

SC HATCHINGS. - ^McnriogstntebiDKiiTFtBDODBeed: — Coalfield Steeplechase — Desperado Voandiih. Oulficld • Cap ■— Athlooe.! ' Melbourne Oup — Athlone. I - AMiiUffi, Aagasl 6. : Oanre&tkmer has Seen scratched for the j Good Hatsoool Handles. ' Sswrar, August 5. GrMftornd *« scratched to-day for the ] JEjpsotn and Metropolitan Handicaps.

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TELEGRAMS. THE EASTERN TROUBLES. THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. [BY CABLE] LONOND, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897

The Eastern Troubles. THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. {btcibes] IiOKdqh, Ansrust 3. King George has threatened to: abdicate if the proposal of Germany for international control of the Greek '■ revenues be insisted upon. The Ambassadors at Constanti- j nople are ignoring the amendments; to the draft of the treaty of peace, i Which have been submitted hy Tewfik Pasha, the Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs. Angnst 5. The conditions of peace between Turkey and Greece jare now settled, with the exception of the method of "the evacuation of Thessnly. The Sultan claims the evacuation should be proportionate with the payment by^ Greece of the war indemnity, but to -this the Ambassadors dissent.

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KENT v. LANCASHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897

KENT v. LANCASHIRE. The crirket match between Kent and Lanrasliire commenced at Canterbury yes terday, the first day of Canterbury week. A- C. McLaren, playing for the latter county, compiled a score of 244 runs.

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CRICKET. LONDON, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897

CHICK ET. London, A a gust 3. At Kensington oral yeslerdny ngainst Notts Abel compiled 115 runs. In the malrli, Gloucester r. Sussex, Murdoch playing for tiie latter team, succeeded in scoring 130 runs. Sluddart, aLilst playing for Middlesex against Somersetshire at Tnuulon yester day, made one hundred runs.

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RHEUMATISM HELD THE FORT. A 15 YEARS' SIEGE. DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS TO THE RESCUE AND THE ENEMY ROUTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897

RHEUMATISM HELD THE FORT. A *5 YEARS1 SIEGE. I)*. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS TO THE RESCUE AND THE ENEMY ROUTED. Mr. Ed. Barsley, of 19, Waverley-road, Woollahra, raid to a reporter wbo was sent tointerriew him: " I am a pianoforte-!oner by profession, and am well known througlic ut the colony ; i tliis latter fact should add weight to my statements. "Now. to deal with the subject of your visit. I have on and off for the last 15 years been a martyr to rheumatism, and, indeed, have quite recently recovered from a very serene attack. My discovery is that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills f-,r Pale People are an unfailing remedy for this torturing disease, and to euipnnsise my case I must tell you that each of my ail ments—for I had more than one, ok you will learn later—were so formidable as said to l>e inrurable by the hospitals and doctors by whom I was treated. Towards the end of April, last year, I had a very bad attack of rheumatism, and this was ac companied by a swelling in the groin, but ...

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CYCLING. PERTH, August 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 20 August 1897

CYCLING. Pebth, August 6. Reynolds, the Irish cyclist, left yester day for the Kostern Colonies.

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