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TO THE ELECTORS OF THE NORTH PROVINCE. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 12 May 1906

TO THE ELECTORS .OF THE NORTH PROVINCE. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, In laying befere you my resusons lor appearing before you "as * candidate (or the above Province, I may perhaps be permitted to mention briefly some of the circumstance* which in my opinion should entitle me to your suppart. 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 pioHccr pastoralists of the Kiiubcrlcy district, where I still hold l&rge interests, and I hare recently acquired a large area of Virgin Country in the Gascoyne Dis trict, which I hope to have understock in the near future. In addition to the above, I may mention that over thirty (30) years ago I estab Ushed with success, the first Steam Saw Mills in the Bun bury district, thus giving employment to numbers of the population oI that part of the State. I«ater I ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 12 May 1906

TO PASTORAUSTS AND COUNTRY RESIDENTS. J. S. MILES, PHOTOGRAPHER, CARNA&VON, Wishes to notify that owing to so many so-called photographers travelling anil collecting money in advance, that he does not take any deposit or payment until the work is satisfactorily completed an.1 delivered. Wright, Powell & Cameron, Architects ajid Surveyors. Mom's CHAMBERS, ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE, PERTH. THS YANTEAREDDT SHOOTING CASE. We understand that further enquiries are to be made 'concerning this case, and if certain evidence - which was not forth coming at the magisterial hearing is con sidered by the authorities to warrant it, a fresh charge will be laid against Fleming. Western Australian Elec toral Act. NORTH ELECTORAL PROVINCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.-ELECTION OP ONE MEMBER TO SERVE IN THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. I HE undermentioned Nominations have CONNOR, FRANCIS DA VIES. MAURICE COLEMAN I appoint the following places in the ROEBOURNTS DIVISION nn r>r>r r-wg -rcscBS at which ...

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To the Electors of the North Province Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 12 May 1906

To the Electors , of the North Province Electorate. FELLOW ELECTORS, I am offering my services to represent you in the Legislative Council of this State, and in so doing may medion what, in my opinioa, are my qualifications. Over 20 yeare a resident in W.A. Thir teen years without a break a member of the Legislative Assembly,-representing the Kimberley Districts the whole of that period. A pioneer of the Gold Industry, having materially helped to develop the Kimber ley Groldfields, which, you will agree with me, can claim to be the mother of the gold industry of W.A. PASTOBAX INDUGTBT OF W.A.-I also claim to be one" of the pioneers, having materially helped to develop the great East Kimberley cattle country. Further, all my interests are centred is the North Province, and both as a public man and a private citizen I have given time and energy towards its development, and hope successfully so. Just here allow me to eay I object to this election being fonght on Party lines; also that ...

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PORT HEDLAND NEWS. PORT HEDLAND, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 12 May 1906

PORT HEDLAND NEWS. PORT HEDUND. MAR 9. Senators De Largie and Henderson ad dressed a large meeting of townspeople on Saturday evening last on Federal matters. Mr. Barker occupied the chair. The visit ing gentlemen anuouneed their -mission was to enquire into the alien immigration question. Senator De Largie in tha coarse of hie remarks expressed dissatisfaction at toe result of last election to find himself and Senator Henderson at the bottom of the local poll, as they considered there were no capitalists in Fort Hedland. He denounced Mr. Beid's policy, and stigma tised Sir John Forrest as a frequent somer eaulter. Senator Henderson was most ex pressive in his remarks against the fusion of the races. Mr. F. Parker asked the Senators if they would announce the policy of the Labour Party regarding the consolidation and taking over of State debts by the Common wealth and the distribution of its revenue. Senator Henderson stated their Party had no policy, adding it was. not a party ques...

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STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of news intended for publication in this column will be gladly received.] WEST AUSTRALIAN WOOL. MAY WOOL SALES IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 12 May 1906

mOOK, AND STATION ? -v NEWS. / ; [Items of news intended for publication in tliiE column will be gladlyreceiTcd.] WEST AUSTRALIAN WOOL. MAT WOOL SALES IN LONDON. We have received f,rom Messrs. Dalgety and Co.'s Fremantle office the following details of prices realised at the London wool sales, ?whitA were opened on the 8th inst. " The May -wool sales opened with a large attendance ..of buyers. Competition was animated. There was a fair selection of clips offered, mostly crossbreds. Coarse erossbreds were higher by 5 to 74 per cent. Other descriptions were higher from par to 5 per cent." Nairn Bros.-21 hales scoured 19gd. Estate of the late Mr. Logue.-61 bales greasy I2fd. Mcedo-22 bales greasy lOJd. Nairn Bros.-41 bales greasy lOd.

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SOUTHERN NEWS. PERTH, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 12 May 1906

SOUTHERN NEWS. .PEETH, May 8, Mr. Watson arrived m Kalgoorue last night and was tendered a civic reception. When spoken to in regard to a telegram from Victoria published iu a local newspaper, to the effect that a secret arrangement had been arrived at between Messrs. Deakin and Watson iu connection with the federal elec tions, Mr. -Watson characterised the statement as absurd and ridiculous, and said the rumour had no founda tion in fact. Mr. A. J. Diamond developed a bad attack of pneumonia ou Sunday, and the gravest fears for his recovery are entertained. May 9. Mr. Watson addressed a large and enthusiastic meeting at Her Majesty's Theatre, Kalgoorlie, last night. He said he had heard plenty of talk about the inconvenience the elections would cause the farmers. They must not forget tiiat those connected with the sugar industry ^nd .the wool industry would be subjected to just as much in convenience if ? the elections were postponed say till next June. Mr. Beid, he believed, would...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL NOMINATIONS. PERTH, May 7. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 12 May 1906

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL NOMINA TIONS. PERTH, May 7. The following nominations in connection with the Legislative Council elections were lodged, on Saturday: Metropolitan Province. - C. Sommers, T. G. Molloy. . Metropolitan-Suburban Province.--J. W. Langsford, H. B. Lefroy, H. Williams. North Province. - F. Connor, M. C. D&vies. North-East Province.-T. P. Brimage, J. Davis. South-East Province.-J. T. Glowrey, W. D. Johnson, W. Maley. East Province.-C. E. Dempster. South-West Province.-Dr. Hackett. West Province.-R. Laurie, J. li. Ives, Central Province. - J. M. Drew, H. Haiiiersley. . PROPOSED NORTHERN BISHOPRIC.-Be fore concluding his remarks at the political meeting on Wednesday night, Mr. ,IW. J. Butcher, M.L.A., stated be felt sure that a Northern Bishopric, Carnarvon being the See, would soon be an accomplished fact. Of the .£10,000 required to establish the Bishopric, half would be found in England. Of the balance .£3,000 had been subscribed in the other States and the rema...

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 12 May 1906

NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON. MAV 8. I The record shipment of meat for the season was taken by the steamer Essex for the West .of England. It included 100,000 lamb carcases and 15,000 sheep carcases. The vessel also took 60 tous of butter and 250,000 feet of kauri. The navvies on the North Island trunk railway are on strike in con seqnence of an order that they should work on a co-operative system instead of for day wages. The storekeepers refuse to supply stores to the men un less they receive cash. It is stated the Government will either stop the works'err provide stores. The men demand day labour.and increased pay for night work, the estab'isb/nent =of a Government sstore, a'guarantee that the storekeeper wiH supply goods at reduced rates, complete separation of inexperienced workers from ex perienced navvies, and the organising of special gangs of those physically incapable of performing the work of experienced workers. May 10. The s.s. Tavini, which arrived from the Islands yesterda...

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POLITICAL MEETING. MR. BUTCHER, M.L.A., ADDRESSES THE ELEGTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 12 May 1906

POLITICAL MEETING. MB. BUTCHER, M.L.Ai, ADDRESSES THE ELEGTOES. Mr. Butcher addressed a meeting of his constituents afc the Jubiiee Hall on Wed nesday evening, the Mayor (Mr. G. Baston) occupying the chair. In opening ihe meeting, Mr: Baston said he did not think there was any necessity for him to introduce Mr. Butcher to the audience. ' He would siuiply say ifc gave him very great pleasure to act as chair man, and he was quite certain those present would give Mr. Butcher's remarks the same attention as on previous occasions. Mr. Butcher, on rising to speak, was greeted with applause. He said: Mr. chairman, ladies and gentlemen. When I came up here it was not my intention, to address, you on political matters; my mission was a business .one, but since my arrival here an idea got abroad that I in tended to address yon, and rather than disappoint you I will make as long an ex planation about nothing as possible. I am afraid you will be getting rather tired of hearing me address you, a...

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INTER-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 12 May 1906

INTER-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. STDNET, May 8. A mail bag despatched from Rich mond to Sydney -svas stolen from the rail way van at Windsor. It contained 132 letters and money and was sub sequently recovered by the police, two arrests being made A domestic tragedy occnrred at Manly last night. A young married man named William Rookes fired three shots at his wife and severely wounded her, an<3 then turned the weapon on himself and ended his own life. The woman is not expccted'to recover. The death sentence pronounced on S. R. Harris,for a capital oSence on a little girl has been commuted to penal servitude for life. May 10. The s.s. Pilbarra, which has just arrived from Fiji, reports that the Tultula, which left Calcutta at the end of February with a large number of coolies, lost.a great many owing to' an outbreak of measles and cholera. -Before reaching Singapore she lost 66. and when she met the Pilbarra the deaths numbered 76. In the bankruptcy court the certifi cat...

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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 12 May 1906

GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, May 5. | Twenty-two corpses have been found in a Borussia (a Prussian pro vince of Westphalia) mine. It appears tbey were entombed in an explosion which cook place iu 189-5 and died of starvation. The deceased men had caulked all crevices; with pieces of cloth to prevent the inrash of poisonous igases. The claims made by France in con nection with the recent massacre of missionaries at Nanchang have been settled. China admits that the Nau chaug magistrate committed suicide and.that there was no truth in the rdmonr that he inflamed the populace and was stabbed by a Jesuit mis sionary. China has agreed to pay an indemnity of 400,001) taels (about £60,000) and to punish the authors of the massacre. Fifty prisouers sentenced to long terms of imprisonment made a daring attempt,to escape from tliexanuicipal gaol at Shanghai. Armed with work men's tools and .swords, they fought fiercely. Mr. Blumer, the governor of the gaol, aud two Indian warders were wounded. The go...

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THE DAIRY CREEK STUD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 12 May 1906

THE DAIRY CREEK! STUD. Hv. J. Fitzpatriek; of Dairy Creek station, has had the pedigree of Siege Gun (whom he pin-chased from Mr. J. H. Mans field last November) placed in proper tabu lated form by the compiler of the Stud Boole. The pedigree is "too lengthy for reproduction in these, columns, but no doubt on Application . to Mr. Fitzpatriek owners of blood, -.slock interested in the pedigree mentioned will be favoured with . a copy. . The' colt Quick Tirer, owned by Sir.. Mansfield, is a full brother to Siege Gun. Botbtheee oolbsare as aristocratically bred as any in Australia, the1 colt Beau Hampton, by Gossoon, proving that by his victories at Flemingtoh/ Siege Gun was bought by" Stir. Fitzpatriek ' for his Daily Creek stud, to take the place of hit famous sire Fishmonger, as the genial owner of Dairy Creek wishes to introduce the Musket blood into his stud through .Light Artillery by Trenton from Frailty. * Mr. Fitzpatrick has.been connected with horse breeding all his life, and...

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ANARCHISM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 12 May 1906

ANARCHISM. LONDON, May 6. A strong Anarchist organisation in Paris lias directed the assassination of the Russian Grand Uake Vladimir, who, acting on the advice of the police, remains at his hotel practically a prisoner. The death of other leading Russians has also been decreed. Au Anarchists' bomb has been dis covered in the porch of a church at Paris.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 12 May 1906

SHIPPING. OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO. LIMITED, AMD WEST AUSTRALIAN STEAM NAVIGATION CO. LIMITED. QUICKEST BOUTE TO LONDON via JAVA and SINGAPOKE. STEAMS MPS. SULTAN. MINILYA. 2063 tons. 2744 tons. CAPT. P. TOWNLKY. CAPT. E. RICHARDSON PAROO. CHARON. 2665 tonB. 2681 tons. CAPT. A. MILLS. CAPT. I. BELL. Fortnightly Services. SOU TH. From Singapore. From Carnarvon about MINILYA, April 27 May 12 PAROO, M&y 12 May 25 SULTAN, May 26 June 9 CHAEON, June 10 Jane 26 MINILYA, June 25 July 8 ISrORTH. jhyy jfremantle. Carnarvon. CHARON, May 15 May 17^ MINILYA, May 30 June 2 PABOO, June 13 June 16 SULTAN, Jane 28 June 30 These steamers, built especially for the trade, ^re fitted with every modern appliance for the comfort of passengers. JAVA.-Large reductions made to families and parties. -mONOON.-Through tickets issued in conjunction with the P. & 0. Coy., transhipping at Singa pore. Apply to OALGETY & COY, LTD., PERTH FREIHANTLE GERALDTON CARNARVON COSSACK and PORT HEDLAND. J, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 12 May 1906

§DBSCBIPTIOKS (POSTAGS INCLUDED). JE S. D. One Teat 15 0 Six Months 012 6 One Quarter ... 0 6 6 / / = ' To ADVBRTISEBS, THE NOEIHERN Tones circulates amongst the pastoral is fa, tniners. pearlers, and business people of the whole North, and therefore rnnil be found a first-class medium for adver tisers. Sales for advertising on- ap plication. T2T

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The Northern Times. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1906. THE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 12 May 1906

The Jiflffljirit Siiiws. PASTORAL, JJISNING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATTJBDAY, MAY 12, 1906. TILE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY. T6E'local municipality finds itself-in the unenviable. position of having authorised more Wdrk than its finances warranted, and consequently is now faced ?with the necessity for 'floating another loan. Whilst this policy of " frenzied finance" is to be' deprecated, it is only fail* to state that the council this year has been called on to bear heavier expend than probably ever before '.riic renewal of the common age fence, the erection of a pumping plant at Yankee Town, equipment of a well for street-watering purposes, and the purchase of additional water service pipes and lamps will collectively run into an ex penditure about of £600. Though opinions may differ as to the advisability of the council's action with regard to the Yankee Town water supply, there is no question bat that additional pumping, plant was absolutely necessary. The expenditure on the' commonage Fence...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 12 May 1906

THE STOCK OWNERS' ASSOCIATION OF W.l,. LIMITED. CAPITAL-£30,000, divided, into 30,000 Shares Qf £1 each. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS: CHARLES HABPEB, ESQ., W. J. Bare BE a, ESQ., ML. A., A. R. BICHAEDSON, ESQ. BANKERS: Union Bant of Australia, Ltd., Perth. SECRETARY: W. SCHRODER, 276 St. George's Terrace, Perth. IT is Intouced, that the operations of this Company shall in the first place be . confined mainly to endeavouring to secure some reduction of freights and in Burance on Wool, Merchandise, and Live Stock, and the purchasing, or indenting of goods on commission as required l>y shareholders. Profits to be divided amongst shareholders pro rata, and by rebate on commissions. The Stock Owner is hedged around by combinations, of trade on every side. Self defence demands that -we should unite for mutual protection. FOR AUCTION SALE MONDAY, MAY 14, 1906, at 11 o'clock, By order of the Court, PEARLING SCHOONERS " FBAM," "DISCOVERT," " SOUTHERN CROSS," and "VERONICA." Each with complete s...

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Cablegrams. TURKEY'S AGGRESSION. LONDON, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 12 May 1906

Cablegrams. TURKEY'S AGGRESSION. LONDON, May 5. " A telegram received through r.eu ter's agency states that Great Britain presented Turkey with a note equiva lent to an ultimatum in connection with Turkish encroachments upon Egyptian territory. The attitude of the Turkish troops at Kafa is described as menacing. " The ultimatum presented by Great Britain to Turkey expires in ten days. The ultimatum requests the " with drawal of troops from the disputed territory pending the defining of the To rko-Egyptian. frontier on the basis o.f the arrangement made in 1892. /The Sultan is warned of the grave consequences which will follow if he does riot acquiesce ' "The following British meu-of-war have sailed from Malta for Piraaus (the ^harbour of -Athens) : "Carnarvon and Suffolk (first-class cruisers), Barham (third-class cruiser), Veuus (second class cruiser), Vulcan (torpedo depot ship), together with torpedo boat -destroyers.- K f . j ^ {Fraiice and Btisgla supporting "Great Britaiu's de...

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LOWER GASCOYNE ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 12 May 1906

LOWER -OASGOYNE ROADS' BOARD. .r meeting of this board was held on Monday afternoon, there being present Messrs. D. Mafcheson (chairman), P. Mac nish , D. Powell, and C. Matthews. The minutes of-previous meeting ^vw© read and confirfli^d. This being the first meeting after the election, Mr. Ufacnish proposed and Mr. Matthews seconded that Mr. Matheson again act as chairman. Carried. The secretary read.letters from Messrs m Burt and tfnder Secretary fop Public W.>rks re by-lawsjealat.ing'to camels, bicycles, tricycles, and motorcars. Pro posed by Mr. Macnish, c seconded . by-Mr J Powell, that the boar4 adopt same and write Messrs. Stone & Bart and Under Secretary for Public Works confirming the passing of them. Carried. A letter was received from J. U. Beid as secretary of the Babbit Destruction Fund. Proposed by Mr. Macnisb, seconded by Mi. Matthews, that.the matter be left in the hands of the chairman to be brought' forward at the meeting. of the Carnar- I von Municipal ...

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THE SAN FRANCISCO FIRE AND EARTHQUAKE. LONDON, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 12 May 1906

THE SAN FRANCISCO FIRE ! ~ AND EARTHQUAKE. ! LONDON, May 5. Looters at San Francisco are busily employed in unearthing aud removing thousands of Chinese art objects, - -which they are hawking ronnd the city. ^Onlbe east side of the city tbe ?work of the looters was finally stopped by the Federal troops, who interfered to protect the owners of articles being ofEerefl' for sale as souvenirs of the earthquake." The Chinese strongly resent ibe proposed removal of Chinatown from the dentre of the city to Hnnter's Point, on the east shore, abont four and a half uiiles from the City Hall, and threaten to transfer their trade to Portland (a populous city and port of entry to the State of Oregon), and Seattle (capital of King county, Washington). The. Washington correspondent of the Morning Post states he has been informed tbe national Government will not accept contributions, but does not object to the citizens! committee at San Francisco accepting donations from abroad. The United States h...

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