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THE SERVIAN REGICIDES. LONDON, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

THE SERVIAN REGICIDES, j LONDON, April 17. The Servian Cabinet has resigned owing to King Peter's refusal to sanction the retirement of the regicides nntil the Servian-Austrian commercial treaty is concluded.

Publication Title: Northern Times
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of news intended for publication in this column will be gladly received.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

STOCK AND STATION ] NEWS. 1 [Items of news intended for publication in this column will be gladly received.] Mr. F. Edwards, Bintbalja station, notifies that he has for sale 20 head of raised cattle. A. Lyons River correspondent saya " We are still having hot dry weather up here and some of the stock are falling off. The ewes are commencing to lamb on most of the stations, and if it does not soon rain I fancy the percentage of iambs will be 6mall. There is, however, i plenty of dry grass left yet, and I notice ! that all the sheep on Mt. Sandiiuan station are in splendid condition. On the Lyons River station, where no rain has fallen since last May, the 4-tooth wethers killed for use are weighing froir 80 to 87 lbs. This speaks well for the district. What would they be like if we had a good season." A Millstream. (Roebourne) correspondent writing under date April 4, Bays:" We are not having too good a time of it, as we want rain badly, although we had some j good storms some time si...

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LYNCH LAW IN AMERICA. LONDON, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

LYNCH LAW IN AMERICA. LONDON, April 16. I Ail incensed mob at Springfield, in the State of Missouri, U.S.A., entered the local gaol and seized two negroes who had been imprisoned on a. charge of attacking a white girl. They then proceeded with their victims to the public square and hanged them to the statue of the Goddess of Liberty, afterwards incinerating their remains. This outrage against the law was witnessed by 3,000 approving specta tors. The negroes protested their innocence. A third negro, charged with murder, was also lynched.

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

SUBSCRIPTIONS (POSTAGE INCLUDED). One Year Six Months ... One Quarter ... £ S. D. ...15 0 ... 0 12 6 ...0 6 6 To ADVERTISERS. TRE NOKIKERN TIMES circulates amongst the pastoraUsts, miners, pearlers, and business people of the whole 2?orth, and therefore will be found a first-class medium for adver tisers. Rates for advertising on ap plication.

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

SHIPPING. OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO. LIMITED, AND WEST AUSTRALIAN STEAM NAVIGATION CO. i LIMITED. QUICKEST BOUTE TO LONDON -via JAVA; and SING APOBE. ' STEAMSHIPS. * SULTAN. MINILYA. 2063 tons. 2744 tons. CAST. E. TOWNLET. CAPT. B. EICHABDSON PAROO. CHARON. 2665-tone. 2681 tons. CAPT. A. Struts. CAPT. I. BELL. Fortnightly Services. SOUTH. From Singapore. From. Carnarvon abont CHABON, April 11 April 26 MINILYA, April 27 May 11 PAROO, May 12 May 25 SULTAN. May 26 June 9 2STORTH. From Fremaatle. Carnarvon PABOO, April 18 April 2L STTLTAtf, May 1 May 3 CHARON, -May 15 May 17 MINILTA, May 80 Jnne 2 These steamers, built especially for tlie trade, are fitted with every modern appliance for the comfort of passengers. JAVA:-Large reductions made to families and parties. loud#*.-Through tickets issued in conjunction with the P. & 0. Coy., transhipping at Singa pore Apply to DALGETY & COY., LTD., PERTH FREMANTLE GERALDTON CARNARVON . COSSACK and PORT HEOLAND. J. CLAEET & CO.,...

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THE Aorthern Times. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATUBDAY, APEIL 21,1906. NORTH PROVINCE ELECTION DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

Jlariljmt Stmis.j PASTOEAI,, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. ' SATUBDAY, APEIL 21,1906. NORTH PROVINCE ELECTION DATES. . THE election of a member to serve in the Legislative Council in' place of Mr. F. M. Stone will take place next month, nom ination day having been fixed for May 5 and polling day for May 14. The interval of nine days between these dates appears to be far too short if .the letter of the Act is to be strictly carried out. It does not allow sufficient time for the arranging of necessary details at outlying polling places, and it seems strange that the Govern ment, especially in the light of the East Fremantle election having been declared void, has not given more consideration to the subject before deciding on the dates mentioned. The consequence of the brief interval between nomination and polling days is that it is impossible to establish polling places at every centre used as each for an Assembly election, as for in stance Hall's Creek, Tableland, and Junction police sta...

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

TO THE ELECTORS OF THE NORTH PROVINCE. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, In laying before vou my reasons for appealing before you as a candidate for the above .Province, I may perhaps be permitted to mention briefly some of the circumstances which in my opinion should entitle me to your support. In the first place, the Province which I aspire to represent meeds the services of a man v? eli versed in the difficulties and hardships of pioneering work. This knowledge I may claim to possess. As is known tu most of you, I am one of the pioneer pastoralists of the Kimberley district, where I still hold large interests, and I have recently acquired a large area of "Virgin Country in the Gascoyne Dis trict, which I hope to have understock in the near fuiure. In addition to the above, I may mention that over thirty (30) years ago I estab lished with success, the first Steam Saw Mitia in the Banbury district, thus giving employment to numOers of the population of that part of the State. Later 1 opened tt...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, April 16. Alfred Prankord, assistant station master at Daylesford, stepped on the edge of the platform to deliver a staff to the driver of an incoming train when a collie dog rushed along the platform and came into collision with Prankord and threw him. Prankord fell between the locomotive and the platform and was dragged a short distance. The flesh was torn off one thigh-, and the thigh boue itself was fractured. The injured man d'ed yesterday (Sunday). April 19. Mr. Collins, the representative of Greorge Mnsgrove, has received a cable j from Salt Lake City, U.S.A., stating j that the Nellie Stewart Co. were all safe and had not suffered from the re cent earthquake at San Francisco. In the last Federal session the Prime Minister alluded to the neces sity for resuming negotiations with the S.A. Government for the acquisi tion by the Commonwealth of the Northern Territory, and daring the past two months letters have passed between the Government and the Price Min...

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SIR JOHN FORREST IN LONDON. LONDON, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

SIR JOHN FORREST 1ST LONDOJST. LONDON, April 14. A West Australian reception and luncheon has been tendered to Sir John Forrest in London. Mr. Walter James presided. Lord Strathcoaa, High Commissioner of Canada, pro posed the health of the guest, and in doing so urged Australians to use every chance to rivet the empire. Sir John Forrest, in reply, said the Commonwealth never forgot what it owed to the strong arm of England. Arrangements which were satisfactory once were no longer so, owing to the changed conditions in the world, and he considered that colonial sentiment shonld be interwoven with imperial commerce, the colonies becoming co partners in the erapiie.

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A POSTAL SERVICE WANTED. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

A POSTAL SERVICE WANTED. To THE EDITOR. SIR,-As I believe a Parliamentary party is to pay a visit to Carnarvon shortly. 1 should like, through the columns of your valued paper, to draw their attention to the diffi culties the settlers on the Lyons River are put to for the want of a mail service. There are more settlers between the Lyons" Eiver junction with the Gascoyne (which is the nearest point the present mail service passes) and Bangemali, than there are on the whole of the present route served by the mail. And all of these have to go from forty to one hundred and forty miles for their mail, and in consequence are weeks without letters. Try to realise having to go one hundred and forty miles for a letter! Why, I don't think such a state of things exists anywhere else in the whole of Australia. Having to go so far for letters not only interferes with business matters and greatly retards the development of the back country, but prevents settlers from taking that interest in the g...

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VESUVIUS IN ERUPTION. LONDON, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

VESUVIUS IN ERUPTION. j LONDON, April 14. 1 Professor Mattucci, of the Vesuvius Observatory, saw the whole of the central crater of the mountain blown into the air. He states that millions of tons of material have been scat tered, noticeably altering the con figuration of the country. The inmates of the observatory are living in an inferno, and their lives are in constant danger. Business is at a standstill in Naples, and the rain of ashes continues over a wide area of country. . King Victor Emmanuel and Queen Helen of Italy have visited the suf ferers in the hospitals at Naples. Peculiar atmospheric conditions prevail at Naples. Owing to the elpuds, of light red volcanic dust, a pale bine effect is produced by the sun's rays. Clouds of volcanic smoke and dust from Mt. Vesuvius have been wafted over Paris. The rain of ashes from the volcano has ceased, and refugees are returning to their homes. At the instance of King Edward, the British first-class cruiser Leviathan has been sent t...

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IMPURITIES IN WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

IMPURITIES IN WOOL. I In the December issue of this journal considerable s^a :e was given to com plaints made by the Bradford Chamber of Commerce as to the presence of extraneous matter in Australian wools. Since then a letter has been "written by Mr. T. A. Coghlan, Acting Agent-General for New Sonth Wales, to the New South Wales State Premier on practically the same subject, but emphasising the damage caused by jute fibres getting commingled with the " tops," and passing undetected into the yarn and cloth. Then the report goes on to say:-" As the shreds of jute remain unaffected by wool dye, they be come for the first time risible, and sub stantially reduce the value. In fact, for certain classes or cloth, wool containing these impurities connot be employed, and although it may be of the highest class, must be regarded by the buyer as of a lower grade." The first part of the re port refers more particularly to these defects in greasy, but another charge is brought against wool that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 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 HARRY CAMPBELL, Sole Proprietor. HARRY CAMPBELL tafces this op portunity to thank his customers for their kind patronage and snpport dar ing the past eighteen years and begs to state that, in response to nnmerons re quests, he will continue to carry on busi ness in Carnarvon tinder 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 business will after the 1st March be carried on under the name of " ...

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ROEBOURNE HEALTH BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

B0EBOUENE HEALTH BOARD. The regular monthly meeting of the Roebourne Local Board of Health was held on April 2,1906. Present: Messrs. Kruger, Turner, and Herbert. The treasurer reported a credit balance of £2.1 2s. 3d. The following accounts were passed for payment: W. Truslove JE6 15s., W. McLeod jE4 3s. 4d., H. A. Hall £1 10s. 4d. A letter was received from the Central Board of Health giving advice re destruc tion of rate. The secretary produced the agreement to be entered into between him and the board. Approved of, and instructions to execute same were given. The sanitary inspector reported to the board the insanitary condition of the Roe bourne Meat Company's slaughter yards, and related the steps he proposed to take to remedy it. Approved of. He also reported that at the back of the Chinese premises there was a collect tion of rubbish, apparently the accumula~ tion of yea rs. It was resolved that notices should be posted at the north well warning traveller* that they must camp...

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MUNICIPAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

MUNICIPAL. The regular monthly meeting of the Ro^bourne Municipal Council was held in the council chamber on Monday, 2nd April, 1906. Present: Crs. Kroger, J. D. Turner, and O. Herbert. The treasurer's statement showed a credit of JB8L 188. The following accounts were passed for payment: "VF. TrusloveJE6 15s.,"W. McLeod JE5 16s. 84., H. A. Hall j£l8 lis. id., J>. Molster £1 15s., J. Law 10s., W. Burns £3 6s.; total, £36 14s. COBE.ESPOSDENCE. From W. Truslove applying for lighting' allowance. Application refused. From 3. Law applying for payment of demurrage on North Well contract. Held, over pending a reply from J. M. Ferguson and Co. . From H. A. Hall, agent for Messrs. 3. and W, Bat em an. applying for'reduction oE rates on property. Refused. From A. E. H. Scott, agent for Bank of New South Wales, making application for reduction of rates sub. lot 1, Boe-Btreet, Held over. From the Under-Treasurer asking for a» statement of arrears collected from Jnly to 31st December, 1905. To...

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GENERAL CABLES. FIGHTING WITH REBEL KAFFIRS. LONDON, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

GENERAL CABLES. FIGHTING WITH REBEL KAFFIRS. LONDON, April 14. | Mr. C. J. Smythe, Premier of Natal, has offered £500 for the capture of the rebel Kaffir chief Bambaata, dead I or alive. April 17. The Natal Government is asking for volunteers for a special corps which is required for active service in Zulu land under Colonel Poynton. It is reported from Ekowe, Zulu land, that the Siganandis tribe has joined Bambaata. The military authorities have re quested the Government to send troops to Zululand.

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Cablegrams. A TERRIBLE EARTHQUAKE. AT SAN FRANCISCO. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE AND DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY. LONDON, April 18. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

Cablegrams. A TERRIBLE EARTHQUAKE. 1&T SAN FRANCISCO. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE AND DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY. LONDON, April 18. A terrible earthquake, followed by a devastating fire, resulting in appal ling loss of life, has occurred at San Francisco, the chief towft in the State of California, and the largest city on the Pacific coast of, America. It is reported -that 1,0&0 persons were killed. -The shock began at sixteen minutes ffest five this morning, and lasted for several minutes. _? Later. A wide area has been affected. Most of the telegraph and telephone wires are down and many fires are burning in the city. April 19. Information from San Francisco touching yesterday's earthquake and fires which followed as a sequel to it is most fragmentary, owing to the telegraph and newspaper offices of the city being burned. It is now estimated that 1,500 per sons perished and 1,000 others were injured in San Francisco aione. The entire business portion of the city is in ruins. A...

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BANGEMALL MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

BANGEMALL MINING. Mr. P. St. B. Ayliffe arrived in town from Bangemall on Saturday. In conversation frith him we learnt that the few alluvial uiiners still working the gullies at Bangem all have been doing fairly well of late, and one man who has been getting good gold for the last nine months, is credited with having obtained - a tin match box full of small gold as the result of a particular day's work. The same man. is also reported to have found a fair-sized slug. Mr. Ayliffe brought in with him 22 ozs. of fine gold, the largest piece weighing 26 dwt. There are at present about ten men digging and fossicking. Plenty of water is ob tainable at Bangemall itself, but the sur rounding country is getting very dry, and prospecting is therefore retarded. Mr. Aylifie is a firm believer in the eventual prosperity of the Bangemall district. He has resided there for many years, and is firmly convinced that sooner or later rich gold discoveries will be made in the Bang email line of country,...

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ROEBOURNE PASTORAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

ROEBOURNE PASTOBA.L NOTES. | Mr. H. E. Bates, of Cooyapooya, on be half of Mr. S. L. Burges, is a buyer for some 20,000 sheep for Southern markets. The s.s. Saltan is making a special trip to Point Sampson to convey 4,000 sheep from Mardie station to Fremantle. It is also reported that Mr. S. P. Mac kay, of Mundabullangana, has chartered two steamers for the purpose of removing some of his sheep. Mr. W. J, Brogus, of Fremantle, is again amongst us purchasing horses for ship ment. The weather is extremely hot and dry for this time of the year, and everyone ie hoping that the unseasonable weather may possibly occasion rain, which is sadly wanted.

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YORK RACES. PERTH, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 April 1906

YORK RACES. PERTH, April 17. ] The following is the result of the Pub licans' Parse, 1 mile, which was ran at York yesterday:-Federation 1, Orphan Girl 2, Ronaeek 3. Time, 1 min. 47 sec.

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