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THE FRENCH COLLIERY DISASTER. LONDON, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 March 1906

THE FfiENCH COLLIERY DISASTER. LONDON, March 17. It is believed that none of the men. now entombed at Conrriefs are alive. Owing to the impossibility of raising them to the surface, it is intended to destroy 900 bodies in the galler|e£ by means of quicklime. * The Labonr members of the British House of1 Commons hope to raise £1,000 by the Parliamentary relief fund-in aid of the sufferers through the French mining disaster. A German-coal syndicate at West phalia contributed £5,000 to the rel'jef fnnd. March 19. M. Clemenceau, French Minister for Home Affairs, has conferred with the labour federation of the Courriers mining centre, the scene of the recent mining disaster, where the miners are now on strike. The Minister pro mised on behalf of the Government to respect the men's right to strike, and also gave an undertaking that the Government would not send troops unless there was actual disturbance. He urged the men to remain calm. Forty thousand miners have ceased work after refusin...

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RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. LONDON, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 March 1906

RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. LONDON, March 17. to protect the Jews and to preserve order. Siovo, a St. Petersburg journal, and organ of the Liberals, states that over 200 persons sentenced by oonrt martial in the Baltic provinces were execnted in February. There "were besides nnmerons executions without trial. Terrible stories are current o£ the tortures inflicted by the police at War saw to compel political prisoners to confess. The Times correspondent at St. Petersburg states that telegrams from Vladivostock intimate that something serious is occurring in Northern Man churia. Traffic on the Ushai line has been entirely suspended. March 19. British newspapers assert that from December to February the Russian military authorities in the Baltic pro vinces hanged 18, shot 621, killed 320 in armed encounters, and severely flogged 251 revolutionaries. An armed mob captured the prison at Warsaw, released the political prisoners, killed tine warder, and fatally wounded two others. Lientenant Schmid...

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GENERAL CABLES. A RAILWAY DISASTER. LONDON, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 March 1906

GENERAL CABLES. A RAILWAY DISASTER. LONDON, March 17. A terrible railway disaster, involv ing loss of life, is reported from the United States. The westward bound California express collided with a local train at Pueblo, in the State of Colorado, both trains becoming quickly enveloped in flames. The result of the impact was that forty persons were killed, of whom fifteen were incinerated, and others were more or less seriously injured. Numerous thrilling rescues Were effected. One passenger who was wedged-in a win- J dow, 'writhing' as the flames reached j ^him, asked to be shot. The roof of the carriage fell and killed him, thus mercifully terminating his agony. " Later. Details of the railway disaster at Pueblo show that the collision occarred during a blizzard. One passenger who was rescued had the mortification of .seeing his family of ten burnt to ideath. Another passenger got clear of the wreckage with the exception of his foot. Seeing the flames approach ing, he called for a ...

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Cablegrams. COLOURED LABOUR IN SOUTH AFRICA. DISCUSSION IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. LONDON, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 March 1906

Cablegrams. COLOURED LABOUR IN iS0UTH AFRICA. ^' DISCUSSION IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. LONDON, March 19. The advocates in South Africa oi the importation of Indian coolies pro pose that the latter should be employed in* railway construction, by which plan the Kaffirs engaged as navvies wonld be released "for service in the mines. The decision of the Supreme Court of the TranBvaal in 1904 re dr^ssedthe grievance emphasised by ;the Indian Government regarding the _8tatus of Indians in the Transvaal ^^hen the importation of coolies was mfltoted in 1893. ^Jhe motion censuring Lord Milner, late High Commissioner of South Africa, whiph Mr. W, P. Byles has giw?n notice of in the House of Com mons has ' aroused deep resentment among political parties at Johannes burg, including the opponents of Chinese labour. v .ji": i 1 -March 21. In the House of Commons yesterday Mr.Winston Churchill (Parliamentary Under-Secretary qf State for the Colonies) said it was improbable that the existing licenses...

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PART ADELAIDE RACES ADELAIDE, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 March 1906

PART ATVEr.fcTTVF. T? *r!RS ADELAIDE, March 17. St. Patrick's Handicap, on* mile.-Bocky Glen 1, Memito 2, Felicita 3. Time, 1 min. 44 2-5th sec. Port Adelaide Steeplechase, 2f mile*. Iain 1, Colonial Boy 2, Minstrel 3. Time, S min. 3 l-5th sec. YICTOBIAN EACING. Melbourne, March 17. Nurong Hurdle Bace, 2 milet 64 yardm. -Pennant 3L, GlentiUe 2, Manser 3. Time, 3 min 74 sec. St. Hilda Chip, one mile and a furlong. Charmant 1, Oporto 2. Mailing* 8. Tuna, 1 min. 47 sec.

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HOME POLITICS. LONDON, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 March 1906

HOME POLITICS. LONDON, March 17.' Mr. H. Broadhurst, the Labour M.F. for Leicester, has resigned his seat owing to a recurrence of his former illness. In the House of Commons yesterday Mr. H. H. Asqnith (Chancellor of the Exchequer) informed Mr. T. H. Sloan that it was not intended to make Princess Ena of Battenberg a grant j out of the public f unds'on the occasion of her marriage to the King of Spain.

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RACING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 March 1906

RACING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. The following hones remain in the Don caster Handicap, to be ran on April 14, and the Sydney Cup, to be ran on April 16, at the Autumn meeting of the A.J.C.: THE DOVCASTEB HANDICAP.-A handicap sweepetakes of 20 SOTS, each, with 1,000 sovs. added. One mile. st. B5 Sylvanite ... 9 Fitzgrafton ... 9 Maniopoto ... 9 Lord Ullin's Daughter ... 8 13 Airlock Sir Richard ... North Head ... Landlock Alias Scot Free Charles Stuart Bertbier Birida... Ossian Grafton Lass Grafton Lad Zythos Sleeper Marengo Roycroft Handsome ... Fashoda Zoz Zenda Haloya Tnngun Lord Fitzroy Binnia Gemsbok Black Donald Cakewalk Refrain Duke of Mel ton Condor Steel Trust ... Simmcl Belfrey Simoda Position Forest Light... Apologue Obverse Absentee Wandin Solitary Chaperon Lachlan 8 11 8 10 8 8 7 1 7 4 3 0 0 13 13 13 12 12 11 10 10 10 10 10 7 10 7 9 Bonnie Blink Gay Girl Little Toy .. Mutation Silver Lock .. Boy Joe K&mpran Dantzic Lanoline Disaster The Castaway Bellerophon .. Lo chin...

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SOUTH AFRICA. LONDON, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 March 1906

SOUTH AFRICA. LONDON, March 17.. 1 . The native chief Missini' Swaza mana has brought to Colonel Leuchar's -camp 120 natives, of whom 50 were present at the Richmond affray. The remainder -were fathers of the men implicated in the attack., Missini declares that the sons, are hiding! The surrendered men are being de tained as hosfcages by£/olonel Leuchar until the offending Bone are brought in. Alarm is felt in the Umsinga dis trict of Natal, where a native rising is apprehended. It appears thata native induna, after warning a clergyman of tbe impending danger, fled, fearful that his action would lead to his arrest. His armed followers are now hiding in inaccessible kloofs on the Buffalo River. Chief Umbabula, o£ Rorke's Drift, assembled his followers in the vicinity of the famous battle ground, and after arming the majority, collected the women and children and stock. The Daily News . remarks on the significance of the extension of the area of the movement, it now being within the s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 March 1906

J. & W. BATEMAN Wholesale Hardware, Grocery, Wine and Spirit, and General Merchants. FREMANTLE. Station Supplies a Speciality. AGENCIES : Steel" Star " Back Geared Windmills. " Star " brand Steel Horseshoes. Fencing Wire, Wire Standards, and Strainers. " Eoyal Seal" Oats, 2 lb. sealed tins. " Military " Pickles. " I.X.L." Pi kles. Grimble's Vinegar, English. Andrew Usher's O.V.G. S.R." Liqueur " Whiskies. Ainslie's " Glenlion " and Liqueur. Foster's " Bogle " brand Ale and Stoat. " Golden Fleece" Bum. Alex. H. Salmond, Carnarvon. Government Authorised Surveyor. Engi neering Surveys. Levels taken for Water Races. Earth quantities supplied. Mining Surveyor. Properties examined and re ported on. Caves! Caves! An Ideal Holiday Trip for Tour Health. COOL and REFRESHING TRIP. BOATING, BATHING and FISHING. COUNTRY and SEASIDE COMBINE©. COUPONS ARE ISSUED Covering First-class Train and Coach Return and Hotel Expenses, as under, from Perth or Fremantle: Yailrngup (3 days) £3 0 0 Marg...

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THE PARLIAMENTARY PARTY. AT ROEBOURNE AND COSSACK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 March 1906

THE PARLIAMENTARY PARTY. AT BOEBOURNE AND COSSACK. Though somewhat belated, the following report ol the visit of the Parliamentary Party to Boebourne and Cossack will be found interesting: In accordance with his engagement with the North-West Progress League, Mr. B. Palmer met the Parliamentary Party at Western Shaw on their return tour from the Nullagine, and conducted them over the route to be taken by the proposed Roe bourne-Nullagine railway, visiting the following mining centres on their way: Wodgina, Pilbarra, Station Peak and Mons Cupri, wbieb were all in' active operation. Being under the impression that they would have to reach Boebourne on the 21st in order to catch their steamer South they were compelled to miss several places of Interest; but so favourably impressed were they with the knowledge and reliability of Mr. Palmer that they requested him to supply them with a report of the places they had not visited, and that gentleman complied by furnishing them with a de tai...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 March 1906

LOCAL AND GENERAL. ' PUBLIC WOBKS CONTRACTS.-The Public Works Department notifies that tenders are. called for additions to ..the Carnarvon Hospital and for the Port Hiedland School /and quarters,;, tenders for both works closing on April 3. ' CONSTABLE SAimsEos.-Constable Saun dtvcs, whbi to struck on the head by a cleaver-, wielded by <^n insane Japanese | at Geraldton a few weeks ago, returned to Carnarvon by the s.s. Charon- His wound healed remarkably well, and the constable appears to be none the worse excepting a scar which he will probably always carry-for his unpleasant ex perience. ;? VIGITOBS.-We understand that the ; Minister for Public Works (Mr. F. Wilson) accompanied by the member for the dis trict (Mr. W. J. Butcher) and the Chief JHarbour Master {Mr. ? Irvine) will visit Carnarvon next month. There: is some talk of. the Premier (Mr. Bason) also accompanying the party, though in all probability it will be found the demands on his time preclude the head of ...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 March 1906

QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 19. I hxL outrage has been perpetrated at the .homestead at Minwi Crossing. J. Fisher and James Quinlivan while drinking wine quarrelled. Fisher's son on returning home found his; father lying naked on the floor. He was covered in blood and had bruises on his face and body, the latter being shockingly matilated. He was taken to the hospital, but is not expected to | recover. The police found Quinlivan some distance from where the outrage was committed. His hands and mouth Were* covered with blood. March 20. The Dutch authorities have -sup pressed the lebellion in the Celebes. The Sultan Boni, who led the natives against the Dutch, was captured and will probably be dethroned.

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RACING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 31 March 1906

RACING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY. March 24. Rosehill Club Handicap, miles.-Fitz grafton 1, Crjde 2, Mahpro 3. Time, 2 min. 17* eecg.

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KANOWNA SUMMER MEETING. PERTH, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 31 March 1906

KAUOWNA SUMMER MEETING. PEBTH. March 29. The following are the results of the j Kanowna races, which were ran jester day: Gingin Hurdles, If miles.-Tortoise 1, Hovera 2, Manilla 3. Time, 3 min. 25 sec. Flying Handicap, 6 furlongs.-Gamma 1, Philosopher 2, Aqua 3. Time, 1 min. I85 sec. White Feather Handicap, 1J mile.-Mark 1, May ying 2. Time, 2 min. 12J tec. Betting- 5 to 4 against May King, 5 to 1 Mark. Kalpai Welter, 1 mile.-Acorn 1, Guar dian 2, Honeydew 3. Time, 1 min. 47 sec. Bed Hill Flutter, 5 furlongs.-Rainbow 1, Quicksilver 2, Peace 3, Time, 1 min. 65 sees. Farewell Handicap, 7 furlongs.-Gamma 1, Bivalve 2, Floral 3. Time, 1 min. 32 sec.

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SPORTING. BOULDER RACES. PERTH, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 31 March 1906

SPORTING-. BOULDER RACES. PERTH. March 26. The second day of the Boulder races was held on Saturday, and passed off success fully. .£14,779 was put through the totalizator, making a total of J627.552 for the two days. Results: Totalizator Handicap, 6 furlong's.-Bi valve 1, Agnostic 2, Floral 3. Time, 1 min. 17 4-5th sec. Betting-3 to 1 against Bivalve, 10 to 1 Floral, 12 to 1 Agnostic. Club Welter, 7 furlongs.-The Pariah 1, Forest Charm 2, Roadside 3. Time, 1 min. 32 4-5 sec. Betting-7 to 1 against Road side, 15 to 1 Pariah, 20 to 1 Forest Charm. Summer Cap, 1£ miles.-Gunstock (J. Flynn) 1, Best Man 2, May King 3, Time, 2 min. 45 2-5th sec. Betting-3 to 1 against Gunstock and May King, 15 to 1 Best Man. Totalizator-Invested .£1,628, dividend J24. Won by five lengths. Horseshoe Handicap, 5$ furlongs.-Sal tillo 1, Floral 2, Bivalve 3. Time, 1 min. 10| sees. Betting-5 to 2 against Bivalve, 4 to 1 Saltillo, 10 to i Floral. Summer Steeplechase, 2 miles.-Niebel 1, Plummer 2. Time, 4 min. ...

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POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, 24TH MARCH. [Before Mr. FOSS. R.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 31 March 1906

POLICE COURT. SATUEDAT, 24-TH MARCH. R Before Mr. FOBS. B.M.1 Ahmad bin Mat, Mateo bin Dorsil, Saleb bin Carto, Waginanbi bin Sariniam, and Malian bin Omar, Malay employees raider contract with Mr. F. L. Partes, pearler of Onslow, were charged with refusing to fulfil the said contract. After hearing evidence the defendants were ordered to return to Onslow by the s.e. Minilya, in default two months' imprisonment. Mr. C. B. Ewing prosecuted. MONDAY, 27TH MARCH. [Before Messrs. C. D. V. Foss, B.M., and J. H. Mansfield, J.P.] Ahmad bin Mat and Matso bin Dorsil were charged with supplying liquor to two aboriginals. The defendants pleaded guilty, alleging that they did not know that they were doing wrong in giving the liquor. Mr. C. E. Ewing (on behalf of Mr. F. L. Partes, in whose employ the defendants are) addressed the court, and asked for a light punishment by reason of the fact that the defendants acted in ignorance of the law. which fact, although it did not excuse, would mitigate t...

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SOUTHERN NEWS. PERTH, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 31 March 1906

SOUTHERN NEWS. PERTH, March 23. Frank Dolton, charged with stealing forms and affixing defaced postage stamps thereto has been sentenced to three months' imprisonment. March 26. The police raided the premises at 154 Barrack-street. Alfred Kaufman was arrested on a charge of being the keeper of a gaming house, and 28 other men were also taken into cus tody. A search of the room resulted in the discovery of the customary implements used for gaming purposes. Owing to the dispute in the timber trade, hewers are still leaving the State sooner than work for the wages and under the conditions offered. For falsely representing three bars of copper as gold, two men named Sherwin and Evans have been sen tenced to two and a half years' im prisonment. March 27. With reference to the alleged can nibalism amongst natives, the police report and statements show that the story of Harris was very exaggerated. While cannibalism might have been practised, the alleged starvation was without foundation, ...

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The Northern Times. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1906. THE JETTY AND TRAMLINE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 31 March 1906

The iittrthmt ® ittt.es. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1906. THE JETTY AND TRAMLINE. DESPITE the assurance given Mr. Butcher of the Government's Intention to assume the direct control of the local jetty and tramline at the termination of the present lease, it would seem the promise is to be broken, for it is understood the Govern ment are still negotiating with the pre sent lessees to continue tbeir lease for an indefinite period. The Major received a telegram from Mr. Batcher during the week stating the Government would assume the control of the line at the end of September, when the work of re-railing it would be commenced. This promise reads very like a sop to prevent farther agitation in the matter, and it does not require much consideration to arrive at the conclusion that this farther promise is not more likely to be given effect to than the former one. In the first place if the Government > is sincere in its Ax pressed intention of re-railing the ...

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TASMANIA. LAUNCESTON, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 31 March 1906

TASMANIA. Launcestok, March 29. The position of Ministers has been weakened by the general elections now in progress. Mr. Gilmonr, Attorney General, has been defeated. The posi tion of parties on Wednesday night was: Ministry 17, Opposition -5, In dependent 2, Labour 7.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 31 March 1906

LOCAL AND j&ENERAL. GOYEKNSTENT TENDJEKS.-Attention is directed to the notices in this issue calling for tenders for provisions, shoeing of police horses, and' burial of deceased destitute persons. Tenders for the additions to the Carnarvon Hospital and Port Hedland School and quarters con tracts close on April 3. TELEGRAPH LINE TANKS.-Mr. W. G. lies has drawn our attention to the fact jfcbat the tanks placed at intervals along the telegraph line are there for the con venience of the telegraph staff only and not for the public as a letter to the editor published in our last issue might lead some to infer. Mr. lies says the telegraph department strongly object to travellers using the water from these tanks, and prosecute offenders for.so doing. JUBILEE LIBBART.-The annual general meeting of members of this library frill be held this evening at eight o'clock. It is hoped there will be a Jarge attendance, as it is intended during the ensuing year to carry out substantial improv...

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