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SOUTH AUSTRALIA ADELAIDE, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 August 1905

SOUTH AUSTRALIA; ADELAIDE, Aagn&t 23. A shock of. earthqpake was ex-, perienced this tnorning in Adelaide and various other parte of the State. Telegrams from the country indicate that the Bhock was unusually severe in the northern districts. The ehock occurred about four o'clock and lasted ten seconds. ? : August 24. .; Upon the arrival of the ketcli Lur line at Port Adelaide last night all doubts as to the fate of the schooner Uygnet were set at restf as the wreck of the vessel was fonnd sunk in 14 fathoms of water-nine miles south of Cape Yorke. The crew perished J with her, j

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 August 1905

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, August 25. | - --Tie West Australian members of the Federal Parliament are deter mined to continne the agitation for the survey of the Trans-Australian Railway Tsoth^ inside and out of Par liament. They have in contemplation aki extended tour through South Aus tralia with ia Vi&w to~ popularising the ptoposed railway in that State. A shocking accident happened on Friday at the Mungo , mine, Beudigo, A boy named Scott, emplbyed as a battery feeder, -was mending a broken strap attached to some stampers when one of his legs was drawn into the machinery and torn oif at the knee. Passers by Swan-street, Richmond, were yesterday considerably startled when without warning a large plate glass window, measuring 12 by 8 feet, fell in a shop front at Davis Bros.' fruit shop and suddenly flew to pieces. Fragments were thrown across the footpath. There was no visible cause for the breakage, -and the only ex planation seems to be that the severe frost contracted the g...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 August 1905

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. -. . ». - NEW SOUTH WALES. SIDNEY, August 22. A teamster Darned Gale had a mar vellous escape from serious injury at Durraga on Saturday. - Two wheels of his bullock waggon, loaded with three tons of firewood, passed over his legs. When medically examined it was ascertained that none of his bones were broken. The extradition proceedings against Willis, supposed to have been* con cerned in certain land frauds in New Sooth Wales, commenced at the Cen tral Police Court yesterday. The case is causing great interest. August 24. Proceedings in connection with the extradition of Willis were further continued at the police court yester day. ^Expert evidence was tendered on-tlie Handwriting of certain signa tures and the land title deeds were declared to be forgeries.

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AN ARMENIAN PLOT. LONDON, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 August 1905

AN ARMENIAN PLOT. LONDON, August 23. A plot haa been discovered in Smyrna, in Asiatic Turkey, to explode the Government buildings, foreign Consulates, and foreign shipping. One hundred and fifty Armenians bave been arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the conspiracy.

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SPAIN'S FISCAL POLICY. LONDON, AUGUST 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 August 1905

SPAIN'S FISCAL POLICY. LONDON, : AUGUST *23. j The Mercantile Club at Madrid faaB addressed to the Spanish Minister for Finance a report npon the subject of reforms in the Customs tariff and on the renewal of commercial treaties. The report urges the return to the freetrade Bystem of 1869 and con demns the system of protection in augurated in 1891, and which, it declares, was the origin of Spain's labour trouble and the principal cause of her loss of Cuba and the Philip pines. The document has excited much comment in Spanish press and political circles^.

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CRETE. LONDON, August 23 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 August 1905

CRETE. LOUDON, August After the Cretan insurgents' evacu ation of Akipoponlo Colonel Urbano vitch with a Russian detachment occupied the place and demanded £80 blood money for the death of a Rus sian soldier. The inhabitants declined to accede to the demand on the groaud that they were not responsible for the insurgents' acts. The Rnssian colonel seized and sold by auction the villagers' draught animals and threat enrd to burn the village if the in surgents' attack vras renewed. Tho incident has caused great indignation in Canea (the capital of Crate).

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GERMAN HOSPITALITY. LONDON, August 23 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 August 1905

GERMAN HOSPITALITY. LONDON, Augast 2^. The German Admiralty has voted £1,000 with -which to entertain Admiral Wilson and officers of the British squadron visiting the Baltic. A Prussian municipality has voted £150 for festivities in honour of the occasion.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 August 1905

Metal Ceilings. Metal Side Walls. Is. 3d. per square yard. Note the reduction. LARGE STOCKS. Splatt, Wall & Co., PIER ST., PERTH. HOTEOS. c^RVON H"r J. P. PINCOMBE, Proprietor. This well-appointed Hotel commands a pleasant view of the ocean. THE PRO PRIETOR HAS SPARED NO EXPENSE TO MAKE IT- THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE DISTRICT. Country visitors and the traveling public -will find this Hotel par excellence in all respccts, and every care and attention to ensure their comfort can be relied on. The interior of the premises, being so designed as to give a continual airiness to the lofty apartments, yet maintaining the strictest privacy, affords an ad vantage which will be justly appreciated. The Hotel Department ib under the direct control of Mrs. Pincombe. Large and convenijnt BILLIARD-ROOM, DINING-ROOM, SITTING-ROOMS, &c., with good attendance and FIRST-CLASS APPOINTMENTS. None but the BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS are kept, and the Proprietor trusts by paying earnest attention ...

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PROPOSED RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 August 1905

PROPOSED RIFLE CLUB. A meeting of those interested in the formation of a rifle club was held at the Settlers' Hotel last Satur day evening, the following being present:-Dr. Hickinbotliam (in the chair), Messrs. lies, Irvine, G. Baston, G. Foss, V. Foss, W. G. Fennell, K. Neill, W. Inkpen, G. Atkinson, A. Nicol, O. Black, P. Sheard, F. T. Cowpex*, J. W. Browning, and J. H. Noonan (secretary pro tem.) The chairman (Dr. Hickinbotham) said they had met together that even ing for the purpose of forming a rifle club, and as Messrs. lies and Irvine had had previous experience of rifle clubs he would like to heai* them on the subject. Mr. lies said it struck him that thej could form a rifle club in this district, and from conversations he had had with various gentlemen he had not the slightest doubt it would be a success. The first thing to do would be to apply for recognition by the military authorities. The great est expense would be in the erecting of a target. In his opinion the dis app...

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INDIAN GOVERNORSHIP. LONDON, August 21. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 August 1905

INDIAN GOVERNORSHIP. j LONDON, August 21. j It has been officially announced that Lord Curzon has resigned the position of Viceroy of India owing to some differences with the Government. Earl Minto, late Governor-General of Canada, it is officially announced, will be Lord Curzon's successor.

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A GOOD WORD FOR THE LABOUR PARTY. LONDON, August 24. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 August 1905

A GOOD WORD FOR THE LABOUR PARTY. LONDON, August 24. j The Morning Post says it is un doubted tbatthe Motherland's general sympathy is with the idea of federal supervision of the liabilities of the; Australian States with a non-borrow ing policy as favoured by the Federal Labour Party. Not for many years, says the same journal, have the material prospects of Australia, been sq promising ag at present. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 August 1905

LATE ADVERTISEMENT. Carnarvon Municipality. NOTICE. FRIDAY, the 1st September is the latest date for payment oE rates to secura inclusion on Municipal Boll. WM. SEWMAN, Town Clerk. August 25, 1805,

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AMERICA'S TRADE ITS THE EAST. LONDON, AUGUST 20. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 August 1905

AMERICA'S TRADE ITS THE EAST. - LONDON, AUGUST 20. I Mr. Conger, late American Minister at Pekin, is returning to China on a semi-diplomatic mission to allay-the boycott o£ American goods.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 August 1905

Subscriptions : (POSTAGE INCLUDED). JE 6. d. One Tear 15 0 Six Months ... 0 12 6 Oae Quarter 0 6 6 To ADVKBTISEBS. THE NOEIHBBN TIHBS circulates . amongst the pasloraHsls, miners, pearlers, and basinet* people of the whole North, and therefore will be found a first-clas* medium for adver tisers. Sates for advertising on ap plication.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 August 1905

SHIPPING. OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO. LIMITED, AND WEST AUSTRALIAN STEAM NAVIGATION CO. LIMITED. QUICKEST ROUTE TO LONDON via JAVA and SINGAPORE. Steamsuips. SULTAN. MINILYA. 2063 tone. 2744 tons. CAFT. P. TOWNLIY. CAPT. E. RICHARDSON PAROO. CHARON. 2665 tonB. 2681 tons. A. Mau. CAPT. I. BELI.. Fortnightly Services. SOUTH. From Singapore. From Carnarvon about CHARON, August 19. September 4. MINIMA, Sept. 3. " 19. PAROO, * " 18. October 4. SULTAN, October 2. " 18. NORTH. From Fremantle. Carnarvon. PAROO, Aug. 23. August, 26. SULTAN, Sept. 6. September 9. CHARON, " 21. " 24. MINILYA, Oct, 6. October 8. These steamers, built especially for tlie trade, are fitted, witli every modern appliance for tlie comfort of passengers. JAVA.-Large reductions made to families and parties. LONDON.-Through tickets issued in conjunction with the P. & 0. Coy., pjFBfffhipping at Singa pore. Apply to DALGETY & COY, LTD., PERTH FREMANTLE GERALDTON r CARNARVON COSSACK and - PORT HEDLAND. J. CLARK &a...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 August 1905

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The regular fori nightly meeting of the Carnarvon Municipal Council was held on Tuesday, August 15, there being present: Crs. E. H. Angelo (acting-Mayor), D. Matheson, G- A. Atkinson, and W. G. Fennell. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. i CAMELS AXD THE COM MUX. A long letter was reed from Mr. P. St. B. Ayliffe in reference to the action of the council in prohibiting camels from ci*ossing or depasturing on the common. Mr. Ayliffe pointed out that he found the camels a great convenience in conveying goods to Hangpma.ll- He had offered as much as £23 per ton to teamsters to do his carting, but even at that price could not always olia'n their services, whereas the c&mei owners were will ing to convey goods to Bangemall at j £11 per ton* Mr. Ayliffe pointed out that Dairy Creek station also found it convenient to have a camel service with the'coast, and if the Carnarvon j Council wera going to enforce the by law on the subject and c...

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GERMAN EAST AFRICA. LONDON, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 August 1905

GERMAN EAST AFRICA. LOXDOX. August 20. The natives in German East Africa report that the Roman Catholic Bishop and two male and two female missionaries were murdered - while travelling from Kilwa to Liawati. The Governor has asked for rein forcements owiDg to native risings and pillaging in the district.

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SPORTING. BOULDER RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 August 1905

SPORTING. BOULDER RACES. The Boulder races, ran on Tuesday, salted as follows: Totalizator Handicap. Floral 1 Clarue 2 Bluff 3 Ladies' Bracelet. Man o* War ... ... ... 1 Man of Honor ... 2 Dottswood ... ... ... 3 Grand Stand Handicap. Jay Eye -1 Donovan... 2 - Shamrock 3 Great Western Steeplechase. Iiord Middleton ... ... 1 Prince Louis ... 2 beymour 3 Gpldfields Handicap. Saltillo ... ... ... ... 1 Naughty 2 Miss Peggy ... 3 Farewell Handicap. Snail ... 1 Leader 2 Beggarman ... ... ... 3

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ANARCHISM. LONDON, AUGUST 20. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 August 1905

ANARCHISM. LONDON, AUGUST 20. | An infernal .machine was delivered yesterday at the- office of Jacob Schiff, of the New York banking firm of Kuhn, Leek & Co., the "well-known Jewish philanthropists. Mr. Schiff had previously ..interviewed ,M.- de Witte, the Russian peace plenipoten tiary, in the interest of the Jews in. Rnssia. An . anarchist named Jori was arrested yesterday at Bottzen, in the Austrian Tyrol, on suspicion of meditating au attempt on the life of the Emperor Francis Joseph. A revolver and bomb were found in his -possession. Jori, while in prison awaiting the hearing of his case, committed suicide by hanging him self.

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WOOLPACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 August 1905

WOOLPACKS. Writing to the Pastoralists! Eevieic Mr. H. Twitch in. of Towera station. Asliburtou, says: Yonr Bradford correspondent's art icle in your March issue 011 " Foreign Matters in Wool " reminds me of an idea that occurred to me some years ago, but which seemed such a small matter at the time that I thought no more of it beyond mentioning it to some of my neighbours; and I am sending it to you now for what it is worth, hoping it may help to solve a difficulty that appeal's to be troubling manufacturers now more than ever before. As everyone knows Avbo has had to use them, the seams of the ordinary woolpack are sewn by the makers their whole length, But before the packs can be set in a press it is necessary to cut them down 18 in. It is therefore obvious that this much of the sewing is useless, and, besides costing some thing, wastes time in cutting down. But the important point in the matter is that in the cutting down some hun dreds of short ends of twine are made, which, as...

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