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ACCEPTANCES FOR THE SYDNEY CUP AND DONCASTER HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 April 1906

ACCEPTANCES FOE THE SYDNEY CUP AND DONCASTEB HANDICAP. The following horses accepted in the Don caster Handicap, to be ran on April 14, and the Sydney Cup, to be run on April 16, at the Autumn meeting of the A.J.C. THE DONCASTEB HANDICAP.-A handicap sweepstakes of 20 SOTS, each, with 1,000 SOTS, added. One mile. st. S5 Sylvanite Fitzgrafton ... Maniopoto ... Airlock North Head ... A linn ... Charles Stuart Birida Grafton Lass Grafton Lad Zythos Sleeper Boycroft Zenda Haloya Tungun Lord Fitzroy Binnia Cakewalk THE SYDNEY 9 6 9 6 9 0 8 11 8 8 7 4 0 -13 13 13 12 11 10 10 10 9 9 7 Mel st. lb 7 7 Refrain Duke of ton ... Simmcl Simoda Position Absentee Wand in Solitary Chaperon Little Toy Mutation Bydalmere Noreen ? Pompous Kestrel Bundah Amphora Clonsilla CUP.-A handicap stakes of 20 SOTS., with 2,000 BOTS. added. Two miles. 6 12 6 10 10 9 7 7 7 7 sweep Tartan Marvel Lock... Fitzgrafton ... Emir ... Sylranite Gladsome L o r d Ullin's Daughter ... Maniopoto ... Alias ... Scot Free Tatterd...

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A PROPHET IN DISGRACE. LONDON, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 April 1906

A PROPHET IN DISGRACE, LONDON, April 7. j Tne wite or tbe Kev. J. A. Dowie declares that for years her husband insisted on hearing confessions and talked to attractive women of his flock on the subject of polygamy. She also states that her . husband tried to set aside the overseers of Zion City, who possess the records of many scandals in which the self-styled prophet was concerned. Dr. Dowie is returning to Chicago in order to challenge the right of his flock to depose him.

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LEONORA RACES. PERTH, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 April 1906

LEONORA BACES. PERTH, April 12. The Leonora races were held yesterday. The results of the two principal races were as follows: Flying Handicap, 6 furlongs.-Scope 1, HoBtage 2, Ynndaga 3. Time, 1 min. 19 eecs. Leonora Handicap, 1 mile 5 chains. Scope 1, Swiveller 2, Hostage 3.

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CANADIAN LIVESTOCK IMPORTATIONS. LONDON, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 April 1906

CANADIAN LIVESTOCK IM- I PORTATION S. LONDON, April 7. In the Honse of Commons yesterday Lord Cairns' Bili allowing the import* ation of Canadian livestock, was talked out. Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman thought the House should decide the question, though be personally favour* ed the system in operation prior to 1896, subject to the direction of the Board of Agriculture. Mr. W. H. Long, President of the Board of Agriculture in the last Government, insisted that the existing restrictions were necessary to safe guard British cattle from, disease.: He added that the Board, if allowed tb speak, would say the same.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 April 1906

Alex. H. Salmond, Carnarvon. Government Authorised Surveyor. 'Engi neering Surveys. Levels taken for Water Maces. Earth quantities supplied. Mining Surveyor. Properties examined and re ported on. THE CARNARVON BUTCHERING COMPANY BARRY CAMPBELL, S?le Proprietor. HARRY CAMPBELL takes this op portunity to thank his customers for their kind patronage and support dar ing the past eighteen years and begs to state that, in response to numerous re quests, he will continue to carry on busi ness in Garnarvon under the above style. Having purchased a pastoral property in the district, which will require his per sonal supervision, he will be unable to give the butchering business the same attention as he has in the past, and has accordingly appointed MB. ;J. A. MORRELL Mana ger of his Carnarvon business, and feels assured that under the new. management customers will receive every attention. To obviate confusion, the butchering bneiness will after the 1st March be carried on under the name of "...

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LATEST BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 April 1906

LA.TEST BETTING-. SYDNEY, April 9. A fair amount of business is being done over the Doncaster Handicap and Sydney Cup. For the former Fitzgrafton has been backed to win .£2,000 at 10 to 1. Some thing like the same amount has been placed on North Head at 100 to 4 and 100 to 5. At 100 to 5 j Sleeper was backed to win abont .£1,000. Boycroft and Tungun were each supported to win JE2.000 at 100 to 5 and 100 to 6 respectively, while at 100 to 8 a fair amount was laid on Little Toy. For the Sydney Cup Gladsome has been backed for £3,000 at 100 to 8. Scot Free is being backed at 8 to 1. April 10. For the Doncaster Handicap Refrain was backed to-day to win ^£2,000 at 100 to 5. For the Sydney Cup Scot Free has hardened a point, and is now eqnal favour* ite with Tartan at 6 to 1. Proceedor has been brought into the money market, 100 to 3, 100 to 4, and 100 to 5 being taken. He is now quoted at 20 to 1. April 11. The following are the latest quotations for the Doncaster Handicap and Sydney Cup...

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SPORTING. HELENA VALE RACES. PERTH, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 April 1906

SPORTING. ? HELENA VAIiE BACES. PERTH, April 9. ! The following axe the results of the Helena Yale races, which were held on Saturday: Helena Yale Hurdles, la miles. Sathsel ... ... 1 Williatnbury ... ... ... 2 The Shamrock ... ... ... 3 Time, 3 min. 28 sec. Flying Handicap, 5£ furlongs. "Wheelaira 1 Agnostic 2 Naughty 3 Time, 1 min. 10 sec. Galloway Handicap, 5& furlongs. Brunswick ... ... ... 1 Waverley ... ... ... 2 Sheeda ... ... ... ... 3 Time, 1 min. 10 sec. April Handicap, 1 mile. Brown and Black ... ... 1 Exploit ... 2 The Snail ... 3 Time, 1 min. 42 2-5th sec. Betting-3 to 1 against Brown and Black, 8 to 1 The Snail, 10 to 1 Exploit. Trial Stakes, 5 furlongs. Acorn 1 Rapid Rise ... 2 Parasol ... ... ... ... 3 Time, 1 min. 5 sec. Highweight Handicap, 6 furlongs. Beggarmon ... 1 Agnostic 2 Cuban ... 3 Time, 1 min. 18 sec.

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VICTORIAN RACING. Melbourne, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 April 1906

VICTOBIAN RACING. Melbourne, April 9. The T.B.C. April meeting "was held on Saturday,, and was well attended. The re sults 'were Hurdle Race, 2 miles. Grenrille 1 Kent 2 The fiajonet 3 Time, 3 min. 53J sec. April Handicap, H miles. Postique ... 1 Oporto 2 Maringa 3 Time, 2 min. lOf sec. Corinthian Handicap, I mile. Australian ... 1 Tapir ... 2 Betrayer 3 Time, 1 min. 45} eeo.

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GERALDTON RACES. GERALDTON. April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

GESALDTON RACES. GEEALDTON. April 17. The following are the results of the Geraldton races, which were run on Easter Monday -- Trial Handicap, 6 furlongs.-Riehna 1, Corsica 2, Affliction 3. Time, 1 min. 28 sees. Flying Handicap, 5 furlongs.-Corsica 1, Biehna 2, Schoolboy 3. Time, 1 min. 7k sees. Easter Handicap, 9| furlongs.-Tungs ten 1, Miniiya Boy 2, Tremendous 3. Time, 2 min. 18 sec. Welter Handicap, 7 furlongs.-Little Bee 1, Tremendous 2, Kingbolt 3. Time, 1 min. 36 sec. Hurry Scurry was won by Mr. R. Han Ion's C.R. Forced Handicap, 6 furlongs.-Tungsten 1, Schoolboy 2, Miniiya Boy 3.

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SPORTING. ASHBUETON R.C. MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

SPORTING. ? ASHBUETON E.C. MEETING. These races -were held &t Onslow on April 11 and 12. The attendance of spectators was small, partly accounted for by the few horses entered for the various events. The races resulted as follows; Maiden.-Beadsman 1, Keybolt 2. Selling Bace.-Euby. Settlers' Stakes.-Nobleman 1, Bears man 2. Hacks.-jIY G-srl. Onslow Cup.-doatsi- Johnny 1, Bride groom 2. Breeders' Stakes.-Nobleman 1, Beads man 2. Ladies' Bracelet.-Mrs. Hope's Souter Johnny 1, Mrs. Clark's Keybolt 2, Mrs. Hope's My Girl 3. Flying Handicap.-Nobleman 1, Beads man 2. Farewell.-Nobleman I, Bridegroom 2. Losers'.- Keybolt 1, Mineral 2.

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SOUTHERN NEWS. PERTH, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

SOUTHERN NEWS. - PERTH, April 16. On Thursday night the one-storey building next to the warehouse of Sargood, Butler, Nicol & Bwen, which was used by the firm as an auxiliary warehouse, caught fire. There was a danger that the flames might spread to the large warehouse adjoining, and the firemen were confronted with the task of saving that building. The building where the fire occurred was stocked with goods of a most inflam mable nature. The damage is esti mated at between £5,000 and £6,000. The warehouse was insured for £24,000 and the stock for £130,000. On Thursday afternoon Mr. A. J. Diamond, M.L.A., had a paralytic stroke, his entire left side being paralysed. On Sunday his condition was unchanged and was still regarded as extremely critical. A man named Smithson, who is awaiting trial for horse-stealing at Bayswater, has been identified by Miss Johnson as the man who assaulted her with a broomstick at Claremont some weeks ago. Inquiries have been made as to whether Sm...

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TASMANIA. LAUNCESTON, April 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

TASMA2JIA. LAUSCESTON, April 19. A man named Battling, who was injured at the Meander races on Wed nesday, died in the Launceston Hos pital last night.

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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, April 16. j Particulars have been received of the wreck of the barque County of Roxburgh at Takoroe Island on Feb ruary S, the date of the cyclone at the Pumotave Islands. The vessel was in ballast from Chili to Sydney. Her boats were lost, and ten of the crew were drowned. One of the survivors said the weather was very thick. AU of a sudden the squalls passed, show ing low land a mile off. They were heading straight for it, and conld not save the ship. The captain^ ordered the boats to be launclied, and an attempt was made to get the starboard boat out, but it was smashed against the side of the ship. The natives of the island acted very kindly towards the survivors, nursing them and treat ing their wounds. April 19. The following cable was sent to Mr. Seddon by the Pacific cable man anger ;-" Reports respecting . San Francisco indicate the magnitude of the disaster. Fires are raging in all directions, and the water main has burst." Dr. Bell, the Geological D...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

LOCAL AND GENERAL. MUNICIPAL AUDITORS.-Nominations for the position of auditors to the Carnarvon Municipality will be received by the returning Officer {fir. Geo.Bastoji).Aip to noon on Monday next. Two auditors are required. CARNARVON RIFLE CLUB.-Tenders are invited op to noon on Tuesday next for the erection of targets on.tbe rifle range.^ It is expected the rifles and ammunition will arrive to-day by the s.s. Paroo and that the club will have its first practice in a week or two. j ENTERTAINING THE CHILDREN.-On Monday evening a children's dance took place in the Jubilee Hall and was largely attended and much appreciated by the younger generation. Yesterday after noon a children's picnic at the jetty was held, this function also being much ap preciated by. those present. A J.P. WANTED.-A correspondent wrif> ing from Lyons River, under date April 2 says: " Most of the residents in the Upper Gascoyne and Lyons districts agree with the views of your correspondent re the appointment...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 16. A sensational shooting afEray : oc curred in Waymouth-street on Satur day night. A man named Roach fol lowed a woman (the wife of Robert Heath) who was in company with a boy named Leopold Rosengarten, at whom he fired three shots. One of the bullets grazed the woman's cheek and another entered the fleshy part of the boy's leg. A young man knocked down Roach and held him until the police arrived. April 18. Charles Allen and J. H. Whitford were arrested on the steamer Cool gardie and charged with being ab sconding debtors from Perth, where it is alleged they traded as the Perth Manufacturing Co. Mrs. J. Stafford, on the return trip of an excursion train, fell oat of a railway carriage. The wheels passed over one of her legs, which was severed. Her recovery is doubtful. April 19. Keen anxiety is manifested in Ade laide with regard to the earthquake at San Francisco owing to the fact that Mr. G. H. Groode, the oldest merchant in Adelaide, was known t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

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INTER-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

INTER-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. STDNET, April 16. iluddart, rarker <to Oo. s steamer Victoria, for whose safety fears were entertained on Friday, arrived from Auckland on Sunday. The delay was due to an accident to the machinery. Two men have been burned to death at Broken Hill owing to a hnt catch ing fire. One man was rescned alive, but died a few hours after. It is thought the fire was caused by the upsetting of a candle. The police carried out the biggest raid ever made in Sydney on Saturday night at the Denison Athletic Recrea tion Clnb, known as the " Engine street two-np school." The police secured 169 men, and many others got away. One of the constables was , fired at, but. the bnliet missed its mark. Several others were struck by stones. Three men were admitted to the hos pital suffering from serious injuries. April 18. Charles Sawyer, charged with hav ing shot at Reginald Cooper with intent to do him bodily harm, has been honourably acquitted at the quarter s...

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A FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

A FATAL ACCIDENT. News has come to band of the death at the Junction Police station of a young man named Ernest Mitchell, whose people we understand live in the Northampton district. From particulars kindly furn ished by a correspondent, it seems that Mitchell and a mate named Henry Scott were engaged kangaroo ehooting on Dal gety Downs station, Upper Gascoyne, Mitchell called at the homestead on the afternoon of March 26 and remained there for tea, after partaking of which he started to ride to his camp at Paradise Well, ten miles from ;%he homestead. The night was an exceedingly dark one, owing to the overcast sky. Mitchell's horse ran into a wire fence and threw his rider, who fell on his head. The injured man lay there in an insensible condition until the next morning, when he was found by mere accident by a half-caste boy who was proceeding along - the fence on his way to work. The boy at once returned two miles to the hoose and acquainted Mr. Merton Fitzpatrick, who immediatel...

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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, April 14. The Royal Artillery mail Clive, who recently confessed to the murder of Miss Campbell and afterwards stated that he made the confession in order to secnre a passage to England, has been released. He Tias been ordered to finish his military sentence. The Roman Catholic Bishop of Bathnrst (the Rt. Rev. Dr. Dnnne) and the Bishop of Armidale (Rt. Rev. Dr. O'Connor) at the head of forty pilgrims to Rome, yesterday presented an address and " Peter's pence" respectively to the secretary to the Pope, who warmly thanked the visit ing Bishops. Renter's despatches 6tafce that Dur ban merchants engaged in trade with Australasia strongly favour a direct monthly service between New Zealand and South Africa with 5,000 ton steamers, and declare that unless snch a service is promptly arranged the business will pass into other channels. April 16. The Couutess of Warwick declares she sold every jewel in her possession before the last general election to enable Socialist...

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PORT HEDLAND NEWS. PORT HEDLAND, April 18. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

POET HEDIAND NEWS. PORT HEDLAND, April 18. I Remarkable weather prevails here. The oppressive heat daring this month reached its zenith to-day, the shade temperature registered being from 104 to 108 degrees. There is no sign of rain. April 20. A messenger arrived here on Wednesday evening with a report to the police that the Poondina Hotel was stack up. Two constables immediately proceeded out to investigate the affair. It appears that two men named Robinson and Dawson, from Moolyella, had a row with a third'man named Williams, and one of the former produced a revolver atid fired a shotr as a warning, threatening to shoot Williams. The weapon was seized by Mr. Hicks, the proprietor of the hotel, as he feared a tragedy would result. The second man then mdde off for his revolver, and as Hicks attempted to stop him both men took to him. Hicks soon settled them, securing them with ropes. Bobinson and Dawson are being charged with assault, but probably other charges will follow. HELD OVE...

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