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THE OLYMPIC GAMES. LONDON, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 April 1906
THE OLYMPIC GAMES. LONDON, April 26. The 100 metres (a metre is roughly j 1 yard 3^ in.) swimming race held in l connection with the Olympic games at Athens, in which athletes from many parts of the world are compet ing, was held yesterday, Cecil Healy, of New South Wales, being amongst the contestants. In the first heat he finished second, C. M. Daniels (the American champion) and Derbyshire (the English representative) finishing first and third respectively. These three swimmers competed in the final heat, the result of which was : Daniels (America) 1, Healmay (Hungary) 2, Healy (Australia) 3,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 April 1906
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 April 1906
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The. Northern Times. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEAKLING NEWS. SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1906. NORTHERN ROADS BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 April 1906
The . Jlffrtljmt ®tnus. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEAKLING NEWS. SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1906. NORTHERN ROADS BOARDS. WITH but few exceptions the roads boards in the North are not the progressive and vigilant institutions which they should be. Their province is primarily to keep in good repair the roads which axe onr -sole ' means of -communication with the - inland centres and stations, and their powers for good in this respect are so obvious that it is strange so little interest is taken in their personnel, or indeed even in their existence. At the present time extraordinary elections are to be held to obtain the. necessary members to form the Minilya and Roebourae boards, and these two unfortnnately cannot be singled out as tbe only ones which hare drifted perilously near tbe rocks of dissolution. It is to be deplored tbat greater zeal for the pubiic and incidentally their own good does not prompt residents qualified to act as members of roads boards from preferring their services when va...
SHIPPING. PORT OF CARNARVON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 April 1906
SHIPPING. OF CARNARVON. AsEITAiB. April 20.-Bullarfa, s.s., H. S. Steer master, from Derby via ports. Passengers for Carnarvon: D. A. Evane, C. Matthews. ForGeraldtonorFreinantle:-From Derby: D. C. Sack. From Brootne: Mrs C. A. Park and infant, Messrs. D. Donaldson, S. P. Allnutt, W.p.c. Baker. From Port Hedland: Messrs. T. E. Byass, Woodman, J. H. Steel, G. A. Taylor, G. Egberts, C. McMahon. From Cossack: Mrs. Fisher and tiro children, Mr. and Mrs. Capewell, Messrs. T. H. Betteridge, P c. Carroll. From Onslow: Messrs. A. A. Thomas, W. Evans, W. F. Croft. April 21.-Paroo, E.*., A. Mills master, from Fremantle. Passengers for Car narvon : Mr., and Mrs. P. and Miss By an, Miss Lewis, Miss., A. Brown, Mess re. Loughhestd, Stansmore, McKenzie, Fletcher, Turner, Johnson, Williams, Pyres. Herbert son, Giles, Hay don, Harris, Kennedy, Pitches. For On«lfW>f Mr., Mrs., and Miss De Pledge, Messrs. Stewart, More, Heritage Swan. For Cossack: Mrs. &. L. Mackay and -'"?child, Mr?- and ...
WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE. LONDON, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 April 1906
WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE. LONDON, April 26. In the House of Commons last night the Women's Suffrage Bill in troduced by Mr. Keir Hardie was talked out. During the debate cries of " Divide" emanated from the ladies' gallery, and a flag was thrust through the grille. The Speaker at once ordered the galleries to be cleared and the police took the names of several occupants of the galleries. All with the exception of one, who bad to be ejected, were persuaded to withdraw after loud protest. The in cident had hitherto been unparalleled since 1777.
ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION, LONDON, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 April 1906
ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION, i LONDON, April 25. | A sensational attempt on the life of M. Loobet, ex-President of the French Republic, is reported from Monte limar, a town in the French depart ment of Drome. An infernal machine was placed on the sill of the window of M. Lonbet's residence and was dis covered bj an official, who extinguished the wick attached to the machine and thus prevented an explosion. M. Lou bet was in his study at the time. Experts declare that had an explosion occurred it would hare destroyed the house.
LABOUR TROUBLES IN FRANCE. LONDON, April 22. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 April 1906
LABOUR TROUBLES IN FRANCE. LONDON, April 22. Farther serious rioting is reported in connection with the French labour troubles. The strikers at Lens, in the province of Pas-de-Calais, are wrecking the houses of the overseers and engi neers. They are cutting telegraph wires and are riretting sleepers across railways to hamper the movements of troops. A riot culminated in a series of collisions between the military and the strikers. Ultimately the cavalry dispersed the rioters with sabres, bayonets, and the batts of their rifles.
Cablegrams. THE SAN FRANCISCO FIRE AND EARTHQUAKE. AN APPALLING DISASTER. LONDON, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 April 1906
Cablegrams. THE SAN FRANCISCO FIRE AND EARTHQUAKE. AN APPALLING DISASTER. LONDON, April 20. The Sailors' Home at Sail Fran cisco is among the few buildings -which remain, intact. Relief stations have been estab lished at Golden. Gate Park aud the Presidio reservation on the San Bruno road. An abattoir was fired and 300 cattle rushed into the street, trampling and goring dozens of people. The docks in Howard and Folson streets were saved. The Mayor of San Francisco an nounces that the fire has now beeu got under control. M. Jan Kubelik, the famous violin ist, and his family only left San Francisco a week ago. Colliers' Theatrical Co. is safe. The directors of the Hamburg American line cabled a gift of £5,000. President Roosevelt declined the gift with his warmest thanks, and stated the United States Cabinet had decided foreign assistance was not needed in view of tne bountiful response from American citizens. The city editors of the Times and Standard agree that the loss of British i...
FIGHTING WITH REBEL KAFFIRS. LONDON, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 April 1906
FIGHTING WITH REBEL KAFFIRS. LONDON, April 20. Mr. Cherry Emmet has offered the Natal Government to raise in the Vryheid district of the Transvaal for service against the native rebels a iebmmando of 250 Boers. The Pre mier of Natal has accepted the offer. Colonel J^anflell'B column has gone into laager at Ink&ntehla. An impi the locality, but 4*4 not dare to attack the colamn. April 25. The strength of the rebel Kaffir chief Bambaata has been increased by the addition of many of the TJdnbis tribe. The loyalty of the Ghlaka Zulus is also suspected. Dinizuln, the paramount Zola chief, is farioas because Bambaata's witch doctor desecrated Cetewayo's grave with ceremonies designed to play npon the superstitions tribesmen. Bambaata with 300 followers has fled towards Natal, and is being pnr eaed. 500 troops contributed by the Transvaal start on Friday.
SIR JOHN FORREST IN LONDON. LONDON, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 April 1906
SIR JOHN FORREST IN LONDON. LONDON, April 20. Sir John Forrest, the Common wealth Treasurer, has started from London for Brindisi en route to Aus tralia. He considers that his mission has been satisfactory, and believes that the transfer of the State debts to the Commonwealth would be well received in financial circles. He con sidered the existing stocks as they mature ought to be repaid by Com monwealth Consols, bnt regarded it as undesirable to make an attempt at their con version prior to their maturity and until the new stock was firmly established and popular. Financiers entertain the belief that the Common wealth .Consols will ultimately com mand a higher price than the State stock. Sir John considers that the Commonwealth should as soon as possible take over the State debts. He is confident that their conversion into Consols would secure a con siderable saving. Regarding a silver coinage for Australia, the Federal Treasurer stated that the Imperial Treasury fears the withdraw...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 April 1906
SILVER WEDDING. Heabn-Spbing.-At St. Mary's, Islington, j London, April 28,1881, Fanny Elizabeth, yonngest daughter of James Spring, Tokenhouse Yard, London, accountant, to Harry M. Hearn, eldest son of Matthew Hearn, gentleman, of Ohnrch End, Hendon, Middlesex, England.
RACING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 April 1906
RACING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 21. I Tafctersall's races, held at Victoria Park to-day, resulted as follows: Trial Stakes, seven fnrlongs. - Shell 1, Storm 2, Dynamite 3. Time, 1 min. 30 2-5th sec. Handicap Hurdle Bace, two miles. Corral 1, Seymour 2, Valour 3. Time, 3 min. 49 sec. Tattersall's Cup, U miles.-Dynamite 1, Felicita 2, Rocky Glen 3. Time, 2 min. 3S| sec. Handicap Steeplechase, 2J miles.-Jjan tier 1, Holder 2, Mermaid 3. Time, 5 min. 19£ sec.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 April 1906
ACETYLENE GAS THE KING OF LIGHTS. Win. E. GOSS L CO., 451 HAT STREET, PERTH, Are prepared to install this most brilliant illuminant for any kind of lighting, inside or outside. References.-J. Pincombe, hotel, Carnarvon "W. E. Fenner, " " COBBESPONDENCE INVITED. Wm. E. GOSS & CO., 451 Hay STEEET, PERTH. 9finilya Roads Board. ELECTION OP ONE AUDITOR. ONE AUDITOR is required by the above board. NOMINATIONS for the position will be received by the Re turning Officer, Mr. C. D. V. Foss, up to II a.m., MONDAY, 30th April, 1906. In the event of more than one Nomina tion being received a POLL will be held on MONDAY, 7th May, 1906. C. D. V. FOSS, Retraining Officer. WM. NEWMAN, Secretary of the Board. Wanted. A LADY HELP, to assist all duties. Apply "Neutral House," Olivia ?Terrace, Carnarvon. Western Australian Elec toral Act. NORTH ELECTORAL PROVINCE OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. AN ELECTION will be made according to law of ONE MEMBER for the NORTH ELECTORAL PROVINCE to serve in the ...
SPORTING. BELMONT PARK RACES. PERTH, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 April 1906
SPORTING. ? BELMOKT PAHK RACES. PERTH, April 21. The following were the results of the races held at Belmont Park to-day: Flying Handicap, fire forlongs.-Naughty 1, Agnostic 2, Opera 3. Time, 1 min. 12 l-5th sec. Jumpers' Flat Race, sine fnrlongs. Soldene 1, Badical 2, Recovery 3. Time, 2 min. 2 l-5th sec. Trial Stakes, six furlongs.-Royal Oak 1, Rapid Rise 2, Hot Shot 3. Time, 1 min. 18 3-5th sec. April Handicap, one mile.-Mark 1, Bivalve 2, Cypher 3. Time, 1 min. 47 sec. Galloway Handicap, five forlongs. Hopeful 1, Fidelity 2, Fides 3. Time, 1 min. 7 sec. Welter Handicap, seven fnrlongs.-Mark 1, Cabana 2, Radical 3. Time, 1 mis. 34 4-5th sec.
TO THE ELECTORS OF THE NORTH PROVINCE. LADIBB AND GENTLEMEN, [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 April 1906
TO THE ELECTORS OF THE NORTH PROVINCE. LADIBB AND GENTLEMEN, In laying before you my reasons for appearing before you aa 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 needs the services of a man well versed in the difficulties and hardships of pioneering work. This knowledge I may claim to possess. As is known to most of you, I am one of the pioneer putoralists of the Ejtnberfey 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 under stock in the near future. In addition to the above, I may mention that over thirty (30) years ago I estab lished with success, the first Steam Saw Mills in the Buabury district, thus giving .mployment to numbers of the population of that part of the istate. Later I opened up f...
RACING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 April 1906
EACING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 21. | The concluding day's racing of the Aus tralian Jockey Club was held to-day, the results being: Boas Handicap, 1 mile 3 furlongs. EaSrpan 1, Bluster 2, Amphora 3. Time, 2 min. 23 sec. Place Handicap, 1| miles.-Boabdil 1, Chaperone 2, Marvel Loch 3. Time, 2 min. 36* sec. Second Steeplechase, three miles.-Up to-date 1, Auricula ui 2, Grattan 3. Time, 7 min. 29 sec. AJ.C. Plate, 3 miles.-Tartan 1, Tatter demalion 2, Proceedor 3. Time, 5 min. 86} sec. Betting.-2 to 1 on Tartan, 3 to 1 against Proceedor, 10 to 1 Tatterdemalion. Second Nnrsery Handicap.-Melodrama 1, Jonrdy 2, Hapeburg and Posidan a dead beat for third place. Time, 1 rain. 16 sec.. Trial Handicap, 1£ mile.-Absentee 1, Position 2, Groivrie 3. Time, 2 min. S| sea
FEDERAL POLITICS, MELBOURNE, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 April 1906
FEDERAL POLITICS, j Melbodbne, April 24. Mr. G. H. Reid addressed a far mers' conference to-daj. He said when he received invitations to attend gatherings he did not allow little distances of 100 or 600 miles to inter fere. Labour leagues were dominated by trade unions, Labour members by leagues, and the Australian Parlia-. ments by Labour caucuses. Mr. | Watson, who was often indiscreet, bad i said when the Arbitration Bill was j being considered that preference to ! unionists was the only thing that would induce trade unionists to accept the Bill. A noble spirit seemed to have gone out of them. Many trade1 unionists wanted to make tools of them, and to make the unions close preserves. He said Mr. Watson and Mr. Deakin ran the affairs of Aus tralia side by side in Parliament, but when the elections came on they would be found fighting against each other. Public life had gone down to a pretty low level when Mr. Deakin asked him (Mr. Reid) to sacrifice his freetrade principles of a l...