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GENERAL CABLES. RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. LONDON. March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 31 March 1906
GENERAL CABLES. J RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. LONDON. March 24. Ten days ago a great outcry was provoked by the publication at St. Petersburg of a pamphlet inciting the people to murder the Jews. It was stated that the pamphlet emanated frcyn the office of the Novoe Vremya aged was endorsed by the Rnssian official censor. The pamphlet accused Count de Witte of complicity in a Jewish conspiracy, and was attributed to an organisation styling itself the Union, of Russian People, which is enrolling patriots, and whose members are distributing revolvers. It is now announced that the Russian official responsible for the publication of the pamphlet has been dismissed and the censor has been reprimanded. A party of Cossacks who arrived yesterday at Sasovo; on the Moscow Kazan railway, wantonly quarrelled with, the peasants and injured many, who are now in the hospital. They also whipped the assistant station master to death. M. Alexis Savorin, editor of the Buss, a leading Liberal newspaper of St. P...
SUICIDE OF MR. HUBBLE. PERTH, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 31 March 1906
SUICIDE OF MR. HUBBLE. PERTH, March. 23L Mr. George Yorke Hubble was foand yesterday at the end of the tramway line in Hay-street East with his throat cat and a razor tightly clasped in his hand. It is considered probable that financial worry induced him to commit suicide. Mr. Hubble had resided for many years in* the State and was a partner in the firm of Symon, Hammond & Hubble, subse qnently conducting their business at Carnarvon. He represented the Gas coyne electorate in the Assembly for some years up to the time o£ his be coming insolvent. March 28. At the inquest concerning the death of Mr. Hubble, the jury returned a verdict that he committed suicide while temporarily iusane. The der ceased had written a letter to his wife stating he was mad with worry and intended to commit suicide.
RACING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 31 March 1906
RACING IN SOUTH AUSTRAilA. ADELAIDE. March 29. The Gawler races resulted as follows: I Gawler Cup, li miles.-Felixita 1, Generality 2, Standrew 3. Time, 2 in in. 13s eec. Steeplechase, 2| miles.-Palmary 1, Coal box 2, Ben Nevis 3. Time, 4 min. 4 sec. Hurdle £.ace, 2 miles.-Actress 1, Rich mond 2, Spoonful 3. Time, 4 min. 14 l-5th eecE.
SOUTH AFRICA. LONDON, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 31 March 1906
SOUTH AFRICA. LONDON. March 24. Sir Richard Solomon, who has held the office of Attorney-General of the Transvaal since 1902, has succeeded Sir- Arthur Lawley as Lieut.-Governor of the colony. Mr. EL F. Blaire, K.C., Attorney-General of the Orange River Colony, has succeeded Sir Richard Solomon as Attorney-General of the Transvaal. March 25. The petition which is being pre rared for presentation to the King, graying that the principle of one vote one valne should be recognised in the ! new constitution of the Transvaal, has already received 21,800 signatures. There are 30,123 voters at Johannes burg. March 29. The South African's Women's Asso ciation in conjunction with the Cape Taal Vond, by way of encouraging the study of the Dutch language, is mak ing Dutch literature cheaply acces sible. Fynn, one of the Natal native chiefs, has paid the fines imposed on him by the authorities. Twelve natives implicated in the murder of Inspector Hunt in the Richmond district have been sentenced...
ROEBOURNE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 31 March 1906
BOEBOURNE NOTES. Boeboubnk. March 21. The continuance of the dry weather is causing some anxiety. Messrs. Sholl and Co. have sold 2,000 sheep in anticipation of bad times. These were shipped South by the s.s. Bnllarra. Mr. J. H. Church, of Mount Florence, who is in town en route to Fremantle. re ports that things are not so satisfactory as could be wished, in fact, they could be much better. Mr. Straker, writing from Hamersley, advises that the rains were not so good as reported, one end of the ran being very dry. March 24. Mr. Patterson, of Yarraloola, is shipping 100 bullocks by the Paroo. He states that they can get along until June without rain, when they hope to have the winter rains. Things are so bad at Mardie station that they are chartering a boat for the purpose of removing all the sheep. It is looking like rain this evening, hot and cloudy. We are hoping for a change with the new moon. The racehorses " Mercury " and "Dusty" came up by the Bullarra to take part at the meet...
STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 31 March 1906
STOCK AND STATION NEWS. Clifton Downs station has just delivered to Mr. D. Fleming, as Forrest, Emanuel and Co.'e representative, 2,300 fiat wethers, to be driven overland to Leonora, Drover Brown in charge. Drovers Simmonds and Brown, who have recently travelled overland from Leonora to Clifton Downs station, report the stook ronte between Peak TTill and Leonora to be in very good order, parts of the track having abundance of green feed. Therefore, stock travelling by this route should arrive at Leonora in good condition. Mr. L. P. EL Beaurteaux, formerly a resident of the Nor'-West, has been ap pointed to act as a travelling inspector of aborigines. Under the W.A.T.C. raleB of racing (No. 92) according to the present scale of payment, a rider is entitled for a winning mount on the fiat to JB3, and for a losing mount to JE1, no matter how small the value of the stakes. This rule has been amended by the W.A.T.C. committee to read that when the net stake to the win ner does not excee...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 31 March 1906
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 24. J. Higgins, who escaped from Fre mantle gaol in Novembey last, was recaptared here this morning. March 28. Parliament meets on July 5. The Cabinet has decided to approve of the federal cadets scheme. Detective Northbridge has been presented with a cheque for £125 for his captnre of the notorioas criminal George Brown. March 29. The members of the George pros pecting party have arrived at Alice Springs, and state they had an en counter -with natives, who speared, bat not fatally, two members of the party, Hall and Fabian. Hall lost an eye. The Prime Minister, Mr. Alfred Deakin, addressed a public meeting in the Jnbilee Hall last night. The Mayor (Mr. Brace) presided over a large audience, which entirely filled every part of the bnilding. Mr. Deakin, 'who "was received with warm applause, said, that his critics had failed to realise the first condition of Australian politics and the vastness of the great continent of which we occupy but the fringe....
WEST AUSTRALIAN WOOL. PRICES REALISED IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 31 March 1906
WEST AUSTRALIAN WOOL. PRICES REALISED IN LONDON. We have received from Messrs. Dalgefcy and CO.'fi Framantle office the following details of prices realised at the London wool sales, which were opened on the 13th inst.: Doorawarrah.-60 bales scoured, l7fd-, 15 ba'iee greasy, 10§d. Bowes.-151 bales greasy, 13|d. Thiindelarra.-76 bales, ll$d. Tambrig.-49 bales, ll£d. Yallaloong.-40 bales, lid. Tyson Bros.-62 bales, lOfd. Sillabalong.-72 bales, 10&d. Smythe & Satterwaite.-44 bales, 10|d, Boddington.-54 bales, 9§&lt;L | Boolardy.-76 bales, 9|d. I Byro.-74 bales, 8fd. | Darlot Btob.-96 balsB, 8Jd. | Bush.-30 bales, 8|d.
BUBONIC PLAGUE. PERTH, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 31 March 1906
BUBONIC PLAGUE. PEKTH, March 23. Another case of plague has occurred at Fremantle. Charles Klenke, a butcher who rented premises three doors from the office where Ryan worked, became ill on Wednesday. March 26. The plagae outbreak at Fremantle is becoming alarming, three more cases having occurred there. Con- stance Dwyer, 16 years of age, who was employed in High-street, became ill on Thursday night. The doctor diagnosed it as a severe attack of plague, but she is reported to be doing well. The other fresh cases are : Mrs. Mabel Williams (57) who was employed as a charwoman at the office where Ryan worked; and Miss Mar- garet Lee (26) whose case is severe. During the past five days five cases of plague have occurred, the first being fatal, and the other four were any- thing but satisfactory last night. Klenk passed a bad night, and Miss Dwyer is not nearly so well as on Friday. The age of Williams renders her attack serious, and Lee has con-[ tracted the disease in anything but a m...
SOUTHERN NEWS. PERTH, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 April 1906
SOUTHERN NEWS. PERTH, April 2. A sailor named Magnussen, who was reported at Fremantle as missing some time ago from the American schooner Wilbert Smith, has been found at Bunbury. He was bronght np at the police court; on Saturday on a charge of desertion. Maximilian. Benda, manager and canvasser for the Boulder Evening Star, was found on the Menzies-road yesterday with a ballet wound in his head. It is understood that' he was in financial difficulties. Last evening the .detectives made a raid on alleged betting shops at Kal goorlie, and arrested four men. April 3. Yesterday morning a fire occurred in the malt house of the Swan Brewery. About 130 bags of malt were destroyed. The fire brigade were called, and a prompt response was made. The outbreak is supposed to be the result of spontaneous com bustion. No damage was done to the building, but the loss of malt was considerable. The contents and build ing were insured for £4,750. Mr. J. T. Glowrey has consented to stand for the Sout...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 April 1906
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 3. At. the criminal court to-day George Brown, the notorious criminal, was carried into court by three policemen, the prisoner being securely hand cuffed. He was charged with having shot Bonrke on January 7 -with intent to kill. He was found guilty and was sentenced to imprisonment for life. Brown remained silent throughout, and was carried £rom the dock in a crouching position. The Government has purchased the Adelaide trams for £2-80,000, and have pledged themselves to pass a Bill to provide for the conversion of i the whole system to electric traction. The tramway companies came down in their price from £300,000. April 4. F. G. George, the leader of the Government prospecting party, who arrived at Alice Springs recently, died yesterday. He had been ailing from an attack of diarrhoea. He was 33 years of age. April 5. A telegram from Port Lincoln states that William King committed suicide last night by shooting himself trith a rifle. King, who was a...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 April 1906
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, April 1. | A serious assault by four members of a gang of larrikins known as the " Flying Angels" was made on a young woman last night. She was walking home late when she was set npon by one man and thrown down and held nntil the others came np. Her cries brought a constable to her rescne, and he attacked the larrikins. One man was arrested on the spot, and two others later on. There is a typhoid epidemic in Mel bourne, and the cause has been traced to an insanitary milk supply. A little boy while at school had a peculiar experience on Friday last. He was having a drink of water from a tap when a frog jumped down his throat and became fast there, nearly suffocating him. The teacher came to his - help, and managed to catch hold of a leg of the frog and pull it out. April 4. In the city court to-day Cornelius Crowe, an ex-policeman, was com piitted for trial on a charge of having caused to be received by Gr. H. Bennett, MX. A., a letter demanding under menaceB the...
SHIPPING. PORT OF CARNARVON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 April 1906
SHIPPING. POET OF CABNAEVON. ABRIVAIS. April 4.-Minilya, i.e., £, Richardson, master, from Fremantle via Geraldton. Passengers for Carnarvon: Mr^ Mrs., and JUiw MoT Herbert, Mies Corker, Messrs.,. W. S. Siibok, JC.} Young, J. J. Wilkinsobi ,C. Mcl^ofl, 'J". Book/J. London, Hanson, P. Heard.'Fbr OnBlow: Mr: and Mrs. J. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jones and two children, Mr. and Misrea Prior (2), Messrs. J&. F. Hope, F. Flem ing, G. W. McHae, D. Waldeck, C. E.' Price, Nelson, W.- G. Price. For Cossack: Mr. and 'Mrs. H. Gillam, - Miss McRae, Messrs. Brogan, Wainwright, C. Loton, A. Mcfiae, C._ Powell. For Port Hedland : Mr. and Mrs. T Richardson, Messrs. G. Lambert, G. Kemp, A. O. Tatlock, W. Phillips, J. Brown, G. Robert, W. Lewis H. Collier, S. Croughton. For Broome: Capt. and. Mrs. Coe and maid, Mrs. Lams den, Mrs. j. C. W, Williams, Miss.Norman, Mrs. R. Kellars, Messrs. Sadleir, Paters on, Sinclair, Norman, Hutchinson. April 4.-Bullarra, s.s., H. S. Steer master, from Freman...
INTER-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 April 1906
INTER-STATE NEWS. , "..... . NEW SOUTH WAIiBS. Stdnet. April 2. t -A labourer named John Jennings committed suicide; in a very deter mined manner at Belam Hill yester day. He was found dead in his tent with his head nearly severed from the body, and a blood besmeared razor be side a looking-glass near him. A farmer named Michael Guilfoyle was found lying in a pool of blood at East Maitland in a semi-conscious state yesterday. The blood was flow ing from a gunshot wound in the right foot. A man named Fairhall admitted shooting Guilfoyle, making an excuse that there were too many persons prowling around his place. Guilfoyle's foot requires amputating. Fairhall has been arrested. Mr. G. Heid, the leader of the Anti Socialistic Party in Australia, and Mr. Holman, an accredited representative of thePolitical LabonfParty, are en gaged in a public debate at the Cen tenary Hall, the subject being " Socialism." Nothing new on the subject was forthcoming. The de- i bate is to be continued. Ap...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 April 1906
ACETYLENE GAS THE KING OF LIGHTS. WM. E. GOSS & CO., 451 HAT STREET, Are prepared to install this most brilliant illuminant for any kind of lighting, inside or outside. References.-J. Pin combe, hotel, Carnarvon W. E. Fenner, " " CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. Will. E. GOSS & CO,. 451 HAY STREET, PERTH. - TOZER & CO., Stock, Station, and Ceneral Commission Agents, BOEBOURNE, NOR'-WEST. STOCK BOUGHT, SOLD, SHIPPED and INSPECTED. Drovers and Drovers' Plants arranged for. 'Rooers and Prospectors' Plants supplied on reasonable notice being given. DAVIS, HANKINSON & CO., MOnt'S CHAMBERS, PERTH, AND CARNARVON, General Contractors. Boring Engineers for Artesian Water and Minerals. MACHINERY AND MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS. SUPPLY: Hand and Steam Boring Plants.-. Railway and Tramway Material. Water. Supply Requisites. Oil Engines for all purposes-from 2 to 150 h.p. Gascoyne Mineral Springs Aerated Water Factory. CARNARVON. LA. VON BTBEA begs to notify that . be has taken ...