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RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. LONDON, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 April 1906

RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. LONDON, March 31. In order to prevent pilgrimages to their graves, Admiral Cbuknin (Rus sian naval commander-in-chief in the Black Sea) has exhumed the bodies o£ Lieut. Schmidt and the three sailors recently executed for high treason and has buried them at sea. April 2. A force of Russian troops nnder a threat of bombarding the ironworks at Radom, Poland, obtained the sur render of an alleged murderer. The Russian police profess to have discovered plots to dynamite M. Durnovo, Russian Minister for the Interior, and the National Dama. A bomb has been discovered at the head quarters of the gendarmerie at Bielostock, Poland, in a secret press; and bombs and cartridges at Moscow. April 3. The Chief of Police and ten detec tives are nndergoing trial in that city on charges of having mercilessly sub jected political offenders to torture. The Russian naval court at Cron stadt for some days past has been en gaged in trying the sailors who were . concerned in the mutiny wh...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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TROUBLESOME NATIVES. FIGHTING WITH REBEL KAFFIRS. LONDON, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 April 1906

TROUBLESOME NATIVES. FIGHTING WITH REBEL KAFFIRS. LONDON, April 3. Majoagwe, headman of the tribe concerned in the murder of Inspector Hunt of the Natal police in February last, is ill in gaol, and the sentence in his case and in that of two other natives implicated in the crime has been deferred. Sentences have also been deferred in the cases of thirteen natives condemned to death for offences in the southern part of the colony. Bambaata, a Kaffir chief, who was recently deposed, fled with a number of followers, but returned and cap tured his uncle, who had been ap pointed regent of the tribe. Bambaata before his deposition gave a lot of trouble to the authorities, and was most active in fomenting opposition to the hut tax. Bambaata with a large -following has retreated -to the thorn country in the Impanza Valley. One hundred and twenty Natal police are pursuing the fugitives. . 'April 5. The Kaffir chief Bambaata is giving a lot of trouble in Natal. His fol lowers consist of two h...

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RABBIT EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 April 1906

BABBIT EXPERIMENTS. The first step has been taken in tfae conduct of an experiment to be made by Dr. Danysz, of Paris, for the purpose of discovering a suitable disease to intro duce amongst the rabbits of Australia The Town and Country Journal). This step was the placing of some 600 rabbits on Broughton Island. When these rabbits have become thoroughly accustomed to their island home. Dr. Dansyz will arrive on the scene and will immediately begin his work. He will have to find a. disease which will be deadly to the rabbits and contagions, bnt will -not affect other animals, or birds, or human beings. Such a discovery would be a triumph -of-science. But the doctor will have to go further with his experi ment*. He will have to prove that what is fatal to rabbits on the sea-girt island, bat harmless to mankind, shall not have a contrary effect when introduced to the arid plains of the Western districts. These experiments will necessarily extend over several years before competent scie...

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THE NEW PUMPING PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 April 1906

THE NEW PUMPING PLANT. On Monday afternoon a representative 5 of this journal was afforded an oppor- >. buniiy of inspeeting the oil engine and^ pumping plant erected by Mr. S. M.f Stansmore for the Carnarvon Municipal 1 Council. The work has been carried out by Mr. W. Edeson, and under the guidance of that gentleman we were enabled to witness the work the pumping plant really can perform, a few details con cerning which will no doubt be of interest to our readers. The pump-one of Myers' make-which has a horizontal action and appears to be simple in its construction, worked smoothly and regularly. It has been placed in a, chamber measuring 9ft. 6in. by 12ft.. and with a depth of 6ft., which was excavated for the purpose. The wallB of this chamber are built of brick. A four-inch pipe leads from the pump to the water in the welL With a view to test ing the capacity of the pump Mr. H. _ Campbell, who made one of the party in specting it, measured the water in the well at the time of...

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TEMPERATURE. AT CARNARVON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 April 1906

TEMPERATURE. AT CARNARVON. The temperature readings Cor the last three months at Carnarvon have been kindly handed to us by the postmaster (Mr. nee), and were as folio we : Day. l 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 sa il *? J5 16. 17 IS 19 20 21 22 S3 24 25 26 27 31 January. February. 83 86 86 84'5 85-4 82 80-8 83 86*4 895 89 106'8 104-2 105 S0'2 66 90 H7'8 89-2 85*1 93:;... 80-l^p 87 -V. 100«i: 'v 86*7 83*5 84 83 80-2 82-2 79-8 81 81*2 83 82 82 85 88*5 85 81*2 86 83 84 81-5 82 83 84 83 82 82-8 81-0 78*4 80-8 83-6 , 84*6 84 83-4 91 Average:- January, March, 88\L 87-8; March. 101-2 106-4 108 94*6 112 110-5 86 89-2 85-8 84 86-8 86 88 90 84-8 82 80 80 70-8 83 "2 87-5 88-8 79-6 79-2 81-5 84 81-4 81-6 85-8 84 84 February, 82-8;

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Cablegrams. A HUNTING ACCIDENT. LONDON, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 April 1906

Cablegrams. * A HUNTING ACCIDENT. LONDON, March 31. The Marquis of Linlithgow (better Iqfown as Lord Hopetoan, and who ^as the first Governor-General of the ' Australian Commonwealth) met with a serions accident in the banting field. While following the Cheshire hounds he was thrown from his horse. Three ribs were fractured, his longs were pnnctured, and his collarbone was dislocated. According to the latest bulletins the Marquis of Linlithgow, though saffer '?liig greatly, is not dangerously ill. The accident occurred when his lord ship waB taking a fence. The horse Bomersanlted, threw him in a ditch, d rolled on him. April 3. . The Marquis of Linlithgow, who ^recently met with a serious accident in the hunting field, is making favour able progress towards recovery.

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SPORTING. ACCEPTANCES FOR THE SYDNEY CUP AND DONCASTER HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 April 1906

SPORTING. ACCEPTANCES FOB THE SYDNEY CUP AND DONCASTER HANDICAP. The following hones accepted in this Don caster Handicap, to be run on April 14, and the Sydney Cup, to be ran on April 16, at the Autumn meeting of the A. J.C.: THE DONCA-STEE HANDICAP.-A handicap sweeps takes of 20 eove. each, with 1,000 botb. added. One mile. 8t. IB at. Ib Sylvanite ... 9 6 Refrain ... 7 7 Fitzgrafton ... 9 6 Duke of Mel Maniopoto ... 9 0 ton ... ... 7 7 Airlock ... 8 11 Simmel ... 7 7 North Head ... 8 8 Simoda ... 7 6 Alias 8 7 Position ... 7 4 Charles Stuart 8 4 Absentee ... 7 2 Birida 8 0 Wandin ... 7 1 Grafton Lass 7 13 Solitary ... 7 1 Grafton Lad 7 13 Chaperon ... 6 12 Zythoe ... 7 13 Little Toy ... 6 12 Sleeper ... 7 12 21B tat ion ... 6 12 Roycroft ... 7 11 Rydalmere ... 6 10 Zenda 7 10 Noreen ... 6 10 Haloya ... 7 10 Pompous ... 6 9 Tungan ... 7 10 Kestrel ... 6 7 Lord Fitzroy 7 9 Bandah ... 6 7 Binnia ... 7 9 Amphora ... ? 7 Cakewalk ... 7 7 Clonsilla ... 6 7 THESYDNEY Cot.-:A handicap swe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 April 1906

BICKMOKE'S Gall Cote, Buffalo Dee Snaps, Wslley PATENT Links. ATKINSON.

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CORRESPONDENCE. "THE MAN WHO WAS AWAY." TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 April 1906

s CORRESPONDENCE. "THE MAN WHO WAS AWAY." j To THE EDITOR SIB,-How simply one may unknowingly incur a dangerous risk is made plain by the letter of Mr. P. Macnish ia your issue of March 10, wherein I am somewhat severely taken to task for daring to pub licly object to the grasping imposition of the legal charges for the conveyance of personal baggage from the Carnarvon jetty to the town, by the (then) authori ties controlling the local jetty traffic. In a brief, plain letter to your paper of Feb ruary 17th, I protested against the out rageous charging for eveiy package of one's personal belongings, pointing out also that this was not done at Broome where the jetty is similarly leased. Ap parently it was fortunate for me that Mr. Macnish was away somewhere at that time, or goodness knows what my fate would hare been. On his return, however, (and when I was far away) he valiantly rushed to the defence of the criticised .jetty con tractors, and, despite the advice of " lead ing townsme...

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BUBONIC PLAGUE. PERTH, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 April 1906

BUBONIC PLAGUE. PEBTH, April 2. No fresh cases of plague haye been reported at Fremantle. It is stated that the patients at Woodman's Point are doing well. April 6. No further cases of plague have been reported. The patient E. Fer guson is still in an extremely critical condition. Johnson and Hart have nearly recovered, andihe other patients are doing "well. . THE CONGBEGATIONAI, CLEEGYKCAN. We learn that the Rev. Mr. Blarney, who it wai announced a few weeks back would arrive hare shortly to open a Con gregational Church ministry, was unable to accept the invitation extended to him, and that a clergyman from South Aus tralia, who will arrive here by the e.a. Faroo, bu been offered and baa accepted the position.

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SPORTING. NORTHAM RACES. PERTH, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 April 1906

SPORTING. « NOETHAM EACES. PERTH, April 2. The following are the results of the Northam races: Flying Handicap, 5| furlongs.-Gauze 1, Starlight 2, Sea Flirt 3. Time, 1 tuin. 91 sees. First Hack Race, 5 furlongs.-Rapid Rise 1, Moonbeam 2, Spanker 3. Time, 1 min. 4? sec. Autumn Handicap, 1 mile,-Federation 1, My Queen 2, Tortoise 3. Time, 1 min. 46 sec. Second Hack Race, 6 furlongs.-In vereton 1, Bay Land 2, Exchange 3. Farewell Trot.-Swift 1, Bob 2, Sin bad 3. Highweight Handicap, K miles,-My Queen 1, Tortoise 2, High and Mighty 3.

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LARGE FIRE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 April 1906

LARGE FIRE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY. April 1. j A very large fire occurred in the city yesterday morning, destroying a pile of buildings in Clarence-street, of -which Messrs. EdwardB, Dnnlop and Co.'s (stationers and printers) prem ises formed a considerable portion. The fire had evidently been smoulder ing for some time before the arrival of the firemen and had assumed for midable proportions. The flames burst through the main 'windows of the ground floor, and when the roof collapsed great masses of flames shot into the air. Within half an hour the entire building was a burning mass from end to end, and the superin-. tendent of the fire brigade ordered the firemen to leave the building. A light wind carried the burning fragments in all directions. The stock destroyed is valued at between £60,000 and £70,000. The fire originated in the second or third storey, and spread to the premises of Mr. Steadman, confectioner, next door, which were completely gutted. The walls collapsed and totally d...

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STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of news intended for publication in this column will be gladly received.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 April 1906

STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of kem intended for publication in this column will be gladly received.] Owing- to the dryness of the season 1 farther North, large shipments of stock j will probably be made during the next { few months, including 3,000 sheep from < Pippingarra and 5,000 or 6,000 from 1 Mulyie. < The racehorse Wiseatep, after a lengthy - career on Southern racecourses, is once j again returning to the North, being en . route for Port Hedland by the s.s. Min itya. His owner (Mr. T. E. Byass) will probably run him at the Marble Bar and other Northern meetings. The s.s. Minilya bad on board a number : of stook, including 100 rams (South Aus tralian) for Mr. A. H. Hepburn of Moogoo ree station, and Messrs. J. & P. Monger, Meeda station, 50 Kanowie rams for Mr. D. Stewart of Balmoral station, and 100 Booboorowie rams for Mr. H. Twitchin of Yanrey station. A hide sold in the Brisbane market recently in a fine average consignment from the Bundab...

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RACING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 April 1906

RACING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 9. : The remit of the Hawkesbniy Handicap., l^r miles, "which was ran on Saturday, was as follows: Hercules 1 Tatterdemalion 2 Noreen 3 Time, 2 mill. 16 sec.

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RACING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 April 1906

RACING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April y. | The races held at Victoria far* on Satur day passed off successfully, and resulted as follows: Licensed Victuallers' Handicap. 1} miles. Master 1 Fairyland 2 Sphere 3 Time, 2 min. Hi sec. Torrens Steeplechase, 2 miles. Bombastes ... i Cos.1 Box... 2 i.-siJEostiqtie ... .. 3 1 Time, ? min. 56J see.

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NATAL AND THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. LONDON, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 April 1906

NATAL AND THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. LONDON, April 9. | Lord Curzon, ex-Viceroy of India, speaking yesterday at the Pilgrims' Club dinner in London, said it Natal were lost they would be on the way to see the last of the empire. Lord Milner, he said, had administered South Africa in the interests of the people. The long succession of Vice roys had administered India in the same spirit, and he hoped they would always continue to do so. The Spectator characterises Lord Elgin's interference in arresting the fiat of the Executive Council of Natal as unjustified ou the facts and wholly unjustifiable by imperial practice. It declares that the interference has certainly done no good. The same journal says Mr. Winston Churchill's remark implying that autonomy was given too readily to Natal will not tend to soothe matters. It eulogises the attitude of the great self-govern ing colonies and the clear and temper ate tone of the colonial press, which upholds the true doctrine of imperial relations...

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SOUTHERN NEWS. PERTH, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 April 1906

SOUTHERN NEWS. PERTH, April 9, The tonrth annual sports carnival of the States' Schools Amateur Ath letic Association was brought to a ?conclusion on the Fremantle Oval on Saturday in the presence of twelve i to fifteen thousand persons, the Gov- ! ernor and suite being among the spectators. The prizes were pre sented by the Governor. The girls of the White Gam Valley school won the flag, while the boys of the same school won the shield, which they keep, having won it three times in succession. - j A man was ran over by a train on the Perth side of the Victoria Park railway station on Saturday night. The body was terribly mutilated. The remains have since been identified as those of W. E. Strickland. Charles Thomas Felton, a member of Felton Bros, foundry, was making water buckets out of empty drams, and had placed a dram on the fire when -a loud explosion occurred. ] Felton was struck by the bottom of the dram with terrific force in the region of the heart. The doctor was summoned,...

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RUSSIA'S LOAN. LONDON, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 April 1906

RUSSIA'S LOAN. | . LOKDOK, APRIL 9. | The Czar has sent" a Friendly tele gram to the Delai Lama implying that the latter is the higE priest- of the Russian Buddhists. The publication of the Czar's telegram is considered in St. Petersburg ill, timed, now that British money is required for the Russian loan owing to Germany's re fusal to lend it. April 10. The Times correspondent at St. Petersburg learns that Russia's five per cent, loan was issued at £85; Bankers in France take £5,000,000, and in London, Amsterdam, and New Tork each £5,000,000. Russian banks take £30,000,000, owing to the Berlin banks not ; tendering. Of the, total loan £25*000,000 is required to pay off the recent issues of short-dated bonds. The balance will not suffice for the expenses connected with, the ; war and famine or coyer ibhe deficit in the budget. . '

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The Northern Times. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1906. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 April 1906

The PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1906. LOCAL AND GENERAL. LOCAL COURT.-At tbe local court on Wednesday Baston & Co. (for whom Mr. C. TJ. Ewing appeared) sued Nomura for £25 4s 7d. for goods sold and delivered. Judgment v« entered for the amount claimed and coats. A NKW BUSINESS.-Mr. P. Whitlock, who has been accountant in Messrs. Dal gety & Co.'b Carnarvon branch for the past four years, is severing his connection with that firm in view of his starting business on his own account. The new business will be conducted under the firm name of Whitlock & Co., and we understand that plans have been drawn out for a warehouse ' which is to be built, in Stuart-street. PHorocffiUsi.-In this issue Mr. J. S. Miles announces that he has established ; a photographic studio near Messrs. Glass j Bros.' premises. Mr. Miles devotes special | attention to photographing family and wedding groups. He is also making a specialty of photo postcards, which a...

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Cablegrams. FIGHTING WITH REBEL KAFFIRS. LONDON, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 April 1906

Cablegrams. FIGHTING WITH BEBEL KAFFIRS. LONDON, April 7. j Some Zululand Zulus are co-operat ing with the Kaffir rebel chief Bam baata. .i Colonel Mansell has organised a flying column o£ native levies under Inspector Lindsay to assist in suppress ing the disaffection. A brigade of field artillery at Alder shot are under orders to proceed to hiatal. One thousand reinforcements which have arrived at Greytown during the Week from Pietermaritzburg and Dur ban have functioned, with Colonel Mansell at Botha's Farm. Colonel Leuchar's commando with the Umvoti Mounted Rifles and Dnr Light Infantry, with artillery, are posted in the hills preparing to sfcell Bambaata. The infantry are largely employed in careful scouting. ^Besides the trained Zulu auxiliaries who are co-operating with Colonel Leuchar, Chief Sitinda with a large impi is: ready to tackle Bambaata iii bnsh native fashion. Bambaata has commandeered a number of local natives and has forced them to the front. He is attacking the ...

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