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A GOOD MOTOR RUN. LONDON, September 8. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

A GOOD MOTOR RUN. LONDON, September 8. j Two American ladies at Paris, fail ing to catch the Paris-Cherbourg express, hired a motor car aud travel ling through rain and wind succeeded in catching the trans-Atlantic liner at Cherbourg. The motorists covered 217 miles in 275 minutes.

Publication Title: Northern Times
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

LOCAL AND GENERAL. A VISITING PRIEST.-Father Yerlin, who is making his annual visit, will arrive here in a few days' time, remaining over races and holding a concert during race week in aid ofjhis church. TOWNSHIP BIKJCKB.-Mr. A. H. S&lmond has completed the survey of eight town ship blocks in Carnarvon. These will pro bably be offered for public competition by the Lands Department shortly, ARRIVALS,-Amongst the passengers who returned to the district by the Sultan were Miss Baston, Messrs. C. J. Butcher, J. James, and W. E. Fenner. The latter gentleman's health was much improved by his trip South. WELCOME NEWS FOR THE LADIES. Amongst the passengers by the Sultan from Fremantle was Miss Stevens, who has assumed charge of the dressmaking department of Messrs. Baston & Co.'s busi ness. Miss Stevens comes from Castle maine, Victoria, and is thoroughly versed in the latest modes pertaining to dress making, as her credentials testify. A large stock of dress material iand ...

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FREETRADE v. PROTECTION. LONDON, September 8. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

FREETRADE v. PROTECTION. LONDON, September 8. j The Trades Union Congress, sitting at Henley, by 1,253,000 votes against 29,000 carried a resolution yesterday condemning protection and approving1 of freetrade. The congress considered that either a policy of preferential tari£Es or a policy of retaliation would prove a hindrance to international progress and peace. September 10. The Daily Mail states that the Trades Union Congress passed the resolution in favour of freetrade be cause the unionist secretaries were desirous of getting into Parliament and used the Liberal Party's machine.

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STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of news intended for publication in this column will be gladly welcomed.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

STOCK AND STATION NEWS.. [Items of news intended for publication in this colomn will be gladly w«Icotned.] Babbits have made their appearance at Yalgoo. Two were cap tared a few miles from that town on Sunday. An interesting and instructive lecture on sheep breeding was delivered by Mr. Weir, Chief Inspector of Stock, in the Agricultural Lecture Hall, Perth, on Thursday night. Mr. Weir briefly pointed out the best breeds for crossing and also indicated the class of sheep which would thrive in various portions of the State. In concluding his lecture Mr. Weir said West Australia was rapidly forging ahead in sheep husbandry. The Nor'-West of the State was very suitable for sheep-raising, the country being well watered and the indigenous grasses being most nourishing and easily digestible. The nature of Kim berley, however, was not suitable for sheep breeding owing to the coarse nature of the food supply, although West Kimberley had been stocked with sheep in parts where the grasses wer...

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PERSIA. LONDON, September 6. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

PERSIA. LONDON, September 6. j The St. Petersburg correspondent i of the Paris Temps states that an Anglo-Rnssian modus vivendi respect ing Persia and all Asiatic questions will be arranged at an early date as a corollary to the Anglo-French under standing.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

Sdbscriptiohs (postage included) . £ 8. d. One Tear 15 0 Six Months 0 12 6 One Quarter 0 6 6 To . ADVERTISERS. THE NORIHERN TIMES circulates amongst the pasforalists, miners, pearlers, and business people of the tchole North, and therefore will be found a first-class medium for adver tisers. Sates for advertising on ap I plication.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

SHIPPING. OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO. LIMITED, AND WEST AUSTRALIAN STEAM NAVIGATION CO. LIMITED. QUICKEST BOUT-E TO LONDON via JAVA and SINGAPORE. Steamships. SULTAN. MINILYA. 2063 tona. 2744 tons. CAPT. P. Towklkt. Caft. E. Richabjjson - PAROO. CHARON. 2665 tons. 2681 tons. CAPT. A. MTT.T.b. CAPT. I. BELL. Fortnightly Services. SOUTH. From Singapore. MINILXA, Sept. 3. PAROO, " 18. SULTAN, October 2. CHABON, " 17 MINILYA, Nov. 1. From. Carnarvon about " 19. October 4. 18. 31. November 15. NORTH. From Fremantle. CHABON, " 21. MINILTA, Oct. 5. PAROO, Oct. 20. SULTAN, Nov. 3. Carnarvon 24. October 8. October 22. November 5. S.6. Sultan leaving- Fremantle, 3rd November, will arrive here in time for Saces and Show, from Fremantle and Geraldton, and the Charon from North is due here about 31st October, also in time for these events. Minilya leaving here for Fremantle, 15th November, will enable visitors to leave two days after the Show. These steamers, built ©specially for tlie trade, are fitted ...

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SHIPPING. PORT OP CARNARVON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

SHIPPING. PORT OP CARNARVON. AKBIVAXS. September 9.-Saltan «.s., P. Town ley master, from Fremantle tit ports. Passengers.-For Carnarvon; E. Batcher; C. J. Batcher, B. Simtnoas, C. W. Mitchell, J. James, Mrs, James, Miss SLeptiens, Miss M&cdonald, Miss Bus ton, A. Hardie, B. A. Watson. From Gerald ton for ; Carnarvon: W. E. Fenner.A. Woo Iley, P. Johnston, T. Phipps. From Fremantle for Onslow: Mrs. Feake and girl, A. H. Allason, E. Bieman, E. Bnnton, W. F. Campbell. From Geraldton for Onslow: F. King, W. Porcell, H. Bamage. From Fremantle for Cossack : Mrs A 11min and boy. From Geraldton for Cossack: E. J. Hudson, W. Walfib.. From Fremantle for Port Hedland: 6. Wliiteley, Master Whiteley, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, D. O'rfeil, E Cox, J. Turner. From Fremantle for Broome: A.Mann, S. J.McGibbon. From Fremantle for Singapore : Mrs. Strode Hail, .Jffiss Manning, Capt. H. Williams. DEPARTURES. September 10.-Saltan for Singapore' via ports. Passenger from Carnarvon for Onslow : Mr. Cr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

Gascoyne Eaciag Club. ANNUAL MEETING Of the above Club will be held at CAR NARVON on TUESDAY and THURSDAY, 7th and 9th November, 1905. PATRONS-Sir E. H. Wittenoom,M.Ij.C., and R. F. Sholl, Esq., M.L.C. PRESIDENT-W. J. Butcher, Esq, M.L. A COMMITTEE-Messrs. P. Macnisb. W. Hatch, C. D. V. Foss. J. W. Laverty, A. Burt, F. Inkpen, P. Ryan, D. J. Hearman, J. A. Morrell, A. Nicol, and H. Campbell. STEWARDS-Messrs. P. Macnisb, W. Hatch, C. D. V. FOBS, J. W. Laverty, A. Burt, P. Ryan, D. J. Hearman. HANDICAPPER-A. H. Hepburn, Esq. JUDGE-H. Campbell, Esq. STAKTEB.-D. N. McLeod, Esq. SECRETARY-Wm. Newman. PROGRAMME. FIRST DAY 1.-GASCOYNE PLATE, of 25 SOTS., second horse to receive 5 BOVS. out of the state. One stone over "weight for age. Open only to horses bred in the Gascoyne and Ashburton Magisterial Districts, who have not won an advertised race of the value of JBLO or over. Entrance, 25s. One mile. To start at noon. 2.-MINILYA HANDICAP, of 30 sovs., second horse to receive 5 sovs. out of...

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GENERAL CABLES. CHINESE ON THE RAND. LONDON, September 8. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

GENERAL CABLES. CHINESE ON THE RAND. LONDON, September 8. A police drive Rand resulted in Chinese deserters. organised on the the arrest of 300

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DISGRACED RUSSIAN OFFICERS. LONDON, September 8. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

DISGRACED RUSSIAN" i OFFICERS. ! LONDON, September 8. Admiral Kebogatoff and the cap tains of the battleship Imperator Nicol and of the coast defence ships Seniavin and Apraxine, "which were captured by the Japanese in the battle of Knshima, have been deprived of their rank and dismissed from the service. All the officers who sur rendered Russian ships are to be tried by court-martial. China has notified Russia and Japan that she holds tbem jointly responsible for the losses of China and Chinese subjects sustained consequent on the war in Manchuria.

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RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. UNRULY TARTARS. LONDON, September 6. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. I UNRULY TARTARS. LONDON, September 6. Renter's correspondent at Tiflis states that hordes of Tartar refugees are terrorising the South-eastern Cau casus. A series of engagements have been fonght at Shusha between Tar tars and Armenians behind regnlar positions. Terrible scenes of murder and pillage were witnessed, the killed being numbered by hundreds. The condition of affairs at Baku (according to the same correspondent) is becoming worse hourly. Innumer able incendiary fires have occurred and the rioters fired large oil works at Balanthan, a suburb of Baku. The troops were powerless to suppress the conflict between the Tartars and Armenians. September 8. The losses at Baku, the scene of the recent conflict between Tartar refugees and Armenians, amount to millions of roubles. Three hundred naptfaa wells were destroyed. Bands of " hooliganB " are sacking Jewish shops at Kishineff, killing and wounding the inmates. There has been much street fighting, and twenty s...

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STATE POLITICS. PERTH, September 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

STATE POLITICS. PERTH, September 11. In a speech at Basseltoii on Friday night the Minister for Works (Mr. Wilson), referring to the Pilbarra railway, said the Government felt the line, whether constructed by State or private enterprise, would be accept able to the people of West Australia. A searching enquiry would be made, and if found advisable the Govern medt would permit the line to be con structed by private enterprise, safe guarding at the same time the interests of the State. Referring to the abor igines question, the Minister said it would be dealt with by a measure providing for the appointment of a native protector for the North. Other legislation would also be brought for ward to settle the vexed question once for all. September 12. The Premier delivered a speech occupying just under two and a half hours at Midland Junction on Satur day, dealing with the policy of the Government. He had a good recep tion, though the meeting was not free from some more or less relevant in...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, September 7. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, September 7. In the House of Representatives yesterday the ex-Postmaster-General, Mr. Sydney Smith, speaking on the budget in committee of supply, said the administration of the postal de partment in West Australia was very unsatisfactory. In the course of a lengthy speech he declared that a dis graceful state of affairs existed in the postal department, and money was wantonly wasted through the in capacity and negligence of highly paid officials. September 12. A singularly horrible domestic tragedy was discovered at Sandring ham yesterday. Some time during the night Scammell, the constable in charge of the Sandringham police Btation, murdered in their beds his wife, bis infant son, and his two little daughters. Scammell was noted for his reticency and reserve amounting almost to moroseness. He seems to have suffered from melancholia, and evidently the dreadful work was the outcome of a severe fit of homicidal mania. There were two other little eons of Scammell ...

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THE BUILDING TRADE IN CARNARVON. SIGNS OF PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

THE BUILDING TRADE IN CARNARVON. SIGNS OP PROGRESS. By the courtesy of Mr. S. M. Stansmore (the contractor) and of Mr. Ed. Edgar (the supervisor on behalf of the architects) we were permitted to make an inspection of the new banking premises just approach* ?ng completion which have been erected for the Union Bank of Australia, the pioneers of banking enterprise in the North. The bank occupies an ideal busi ness position in Robinson-street im mediately opposite the trani6heds, the stabling at the rear abutting on Francis street. The building, a two-storey one, commands a splendid view of the ocean from its top floor, and from an architec tural point of view is a decided acquisition to the business premises of the town. On approaching the bank at the main entrance from Robinson-street, one is struck by the imposing appearance of the structure. The entrance to the banking premises is through a small portico which is stir mounted by a pediment having a shield in the centre and scrolls o...

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CORRESPONDENCE. A CORRECTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

CORRESPONDENCE. * A CORRECTION. To THE EDITOR. SIB,-Through a misunderstanding in re gard to the Church Choir a great mistake has been made. There should not have been a^iy interference with the orj^Suaists, as the honorary organist, Miss Fossand the honorary relieving organist, Miss Morrell, had already been appointed years before by the Sector and vestry, and still hold their positions; therefore the para graph in your issue of the 2nd inBt. was an error ; but at the same time if occasion arose, Mrs. Newman's kindly assistance would be very welcome. This correction should have been made last week. I am, &c" M. E.*BASTON. Carnarvon, September 11.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

Metal Ceilings. Metal Side Walls. Is. 3d. per square yard. Note the reduction. LARGE STOCKS. Splatt, Wall & Co., PIER ST., PERTH. JAS. CLARK & CO. (ESTABLISHED 1883), ONSLOW, ASHBURTON RIVER. Merchants, Auctioneers, Stock, Station and Shipping Agents. Agents for A.S.S. Co., O.S.S. Co., W.A.S.N. Co., Commercial Union Assurance Go. SHEEP, CATTLE and HORSES always on hand for sale. Wm. NEWMAN, General Storekeeper and Agent . . . . . . . . Yankee Town . . . . Two Miles from Carnarvon. A full assortment of Groceries, Drapery, Boots, &c., stocked. Chaff and Oats always on hand. Hotels. cNg^RV0N j. P. P1NG0MBE, Proprietor. 9 This well-appointed Hotel commands a pleasant view of the ocean. THE PRO PRIETOR HAS SPARED NO EXPENSE TO WAKE IT THE LEADING HOTEL IN" THE DISTRICT. Country visitors and the traveling public will find this Hotel par excellence in all respects, and every care and attention to ensure their comfort can be relied on. The interior of the premises, b...

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Cablegrams. THE PEACE TREATY. FURTHER DETAILS. DISCONTENT IN JAPAN. WHERE SERIOUS RIOTING TAKES PLACE. LONDON, September 6. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

Cablegrams. THE PEACE TREATY. FURTHER DETAILS. DISCONTENT IN JAPAN. WHERE SERIOUS RIOTING TAKES PLACE. LONDON, September 6. The Russian and Japanese pleni potentiaries yesterday signed the treaty of peace. There was a complete absence of ceremony, and only four American officers were present. A salute of 18 gnns was fired, church bells were set ringing, and flags were lioisted .everywhere. The Russian envoys immediately after signing the treaty attended a ^^4hanksgiving service held at Ports mouth, U.S.A., by the Russian Archi mandrite. . The treaty comprises 15 articles, with two additional. The preamble recites that the Czar of Russia and the Mikado of Japan, desiring to close the war, agree to establish peace and friendship. Russia recognises Japan's political, military, and economic interests in Corea, and agrees not to oppose any measures Japan may deem necessary for tlie protection and control of Corea, where Russian subjects and enterprises are to enjoy the same status as tho...

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SOUTHERN NEWS. PERTH, September 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

SOUTHERN NEWS. PERTH, September 11. "Friday s Gazette contained a notice from the military authorities of the islands of Malta and Grozo calling for the supply of live cattle and fresh meat for a period of one year com mencing from January 1 next. George Mason, manager of the East Perth soap works, committed snicide at York on Saturday, shooting him self in the head. A fatal accident occurred at the Oroya mine, Kalgoorlie, on Saturday, the victim being a young man named Allcorn. He was working in the stope in Ifo. 10 level when about three tons of earth fell on him, break ing his neck. September 12. Corporal Sunter, who left Perth for Cue in July with the object of taking charge of a specially-equipped party of police and black trackers to make a thorough search for the remains of the white men reported to have been murdered by natives in the North West and to arrest those implicated in the crimes, has forwarded a report to the Commissioner of Police to the effect that he could get ...

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The Northern Times. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1905. NORTHERN TRAMLINES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

The PASTOBAX, MINING an© PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1905. NORTHERN TRAMLINES. In his annual report the engineer in charge, Mr. Bell, has some very pertinent remarks to make concern ing the Northern, tramways. He points out that the tramlines at the busier Northern ports, more particu larly at Broome, Port Hedland, Ons low, and Carnarvon, require relaying with heavier rails and new sleepers, and recommends the gauge being altered to 3 ft. 6 in. so as to afford a better chance of coping with the in creased traffic to which the tramways mentioned are now subjected. The report comes at a very opportune time, and it is to be sincerely hoped the Government will give effect to the suggestions made without any un necessary delay. The tramline at Carnarvon, for instance, is totally unsuitable for the large amount of traffic which passes over it. The rails and extremely narrow gauge militate against quick despatch of goods, causing considerable incon venience at times. By altering...

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