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INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. LONDON, September 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

INTERNATIONAL CBICKET. LONDON, September 9. The return match, Australia v. Essex, after an exciting game resulted in a dray. Scores: AUSTEAXIA. First innings. Darling ... 31 Trumper ... ... ... ... 18 Hill 0 Noble 17 Armstrong 24 Duff 1 Hopkins 23 Cotter 7 Gehrs 26 Laver, not out 0 Howell ... ... ... ... 7 Sundries 2 Total 156 Bowling.-Buckenham 3 for 80, Tremlin 7 for 72. Second innings. Howell 46 Laver 21 Armstrong 11 Noble 50 Darling 61 Trumper 11 Duff 6 Hopkins 22 Cotter* 11 Hill, not ont. ... ... ... 56 Gehrs... .."v . ... ... 4 Sundries ... ... ... 20 Total 319 Bowling.-Buckenham 2 for 101, Trem lin 3 for SI, Douglas 4 for 73, Benham 1 for 4. ESSEX. First innings. Gillingham 8 Fane ... ... ... ... ... 6 Perring ... ... ... ... 12 McGahey, not out ... 39 Beeves 14 Douglas ... 1 Freeman 0 Benham 0 Tremlin ... ... ... ... 10 Buckenham ... 0 Freeman ... ... ... ... 7 Sundries 10 Total 107 Bowling.-Cotter 4 for 50, Laver 3 for 43, Armstrong 1 for 4. Second innings. Gillingham 14 Fa...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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LOCAL CRICKET. G. BASTON'S ELEVEN v. G. FOSS'S ELEVEN [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

LOCAL CRICKET. BASTON'S ELEVEN v. G. FOSS'S WT.TITOW A match was played on Saturday last at Carnarvon between teams picked by G. H. Baston and G. Foes. G. Baston's eleven was the first to bat, making a total of 100 rans. Irvine, Baston and Lan dells, who all batted well, were the highest scorers. G. Foss's team in their innings also scored lOO, after an exciting finish. Smith and Ewine batted well, and made the top scores. The match resulted in a j dead heat. Scores: G. BASTON'S ELEVEN. W. E. Irvine, b P. Sheard... ... 27 G. H. Baston, not out IS - Landells, retired ... ... 26 B. Coleman, b P. Sheard 0 C. McBae, b Smith 0 V. Foss, c Han Jan, b lies 11 J. Dane, b G. Foss 11 Tommy, Btp., blies . ... ... 2 Billo, b Smith ... ... ... 1 Jaeky, c, b Smith ... ... ... 0 Sundries 12 Total 100 Bowling.-P. Sheard 2 for 14, N. Morgan 0 for 12, W. lies 2 for 21, G. Smith 3 for 12, G. Foss 1 for 20, Willie 0 for 10. G. Foss's ELEVEN. G. Foss, b Billo 13 N. Morgan, b Coleman 4 P. Sheard, c G. Bas...

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ROUGH WEATHER IN THE SOUTH. PERTH, September 13. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

ROUGE WEATHER THE SOUTH. PEBTH, September 13. Monday was the worst day experienced daring the present winter. Heavy showers of rain fell intermittently all day long, and the wind blew with the force of a gale. Shortly before 3 o'clock in the afternoon the wind attained its greatest velocity, considerably exceeding 42 miles an honr. At times the rain fell in sheets, rendering work out-doors impossible. The streets were covered with water. During the night the wind moderated considerably. No rain fell this morning, and appearances indicated that the interval of stormy weather had come to an end. The rough weather at Freinantle continued on Mon day, and shipping was greatly incon venienced by heavy rain squalls. The barometer dropped lower than it has been for some time, and the harbonr presented an nnasnally turbulent surface. The small craft lying at the wharves suffered con siderably. The mail steamer Victoria ex perienced heavy weather on the coast and did not reach Frcmantle until...

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SPORTING. A.J.C. MEETING. SYDNEY, September 10. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

SPORTING. A..J.C. MEETING. STDNET, September 10. The A.J.C. Derby and Epsom Handicap were run at Sydney yesterday. Results: A.J.C. DEBBY.-Noctuiforui, 1; San God, 2; Lady Wallace, 3. EPSOM HANDICAP.-Sleeper, 1; Eose mead, 2; Truce, 3. Won easily. Betting 14 to 1 against the winner. September 13. The second day's racing in connection with the A.J.C. meeting was held on Monday. The New Zealand horses were in great form, and won all the events. The result of the Metropolitan Handicap was as follows: Maniopoto ... ... ... 1 Waroo ... ... ... ... 2 Famous 3 Won easily. Time, 2 min. 32£ sec., which is an Australian record for the distance. Winner started at 16 to 1 against.

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A "SENSELESS" CASE. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

A "SENSELESS " CASE.   To THE EDITOR. SIR,-I have read with interest the report of the case, Chawner v. Johnnie, which was reported in your issue of the 9th inst., also the paragraph under the heading of a tedious case, whereby it appears that Mr. Foss, B.M., characterises the proceedings brought by Mr. Chawner as senseless. Surely Mr. Foss cannot in his honest opinion truly mean such a statement; if so, surely he must have viewed the proceed ings from some extraordinary standpoint. One has only to read the evidence of Mr. Chawner, and if any person with ordinary common sense can come to the conclusion that the facts as set out by him form the basis of a " senseless" charge I will say nothing more. I must also agree with Mr. Ewing, counsel for Mr. Chawner, when he said that it would be a dangerous pre cedent if Johnnie were allowed to leave the court without punishment. I think Mr. Chawner is deserving of the thanks of all those people who are directly and indirectly co...

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A TRIP UP COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 September 1905

A TRIP UP COUNTRY. The following interesting account of a trip made by Mrs. Whitlock, Miss Foss and Miss Daisy Foss has been handed us for publication: We left Carnarvon for a month's lioli» day in the bush. We started at day* break and 'waved good-bye to a shivering group at the Residency gate aud com menced our journey. " Three women in a carriage," not to mention Johnny Wow on horseback. Pessimistic friends warned us of the dangers of the road, but we feared no foe, and went gaily to the fray. The early morning was BO charming that we all made good resolutions to get up early for the rest of our lives. We lunched at Bocky Pool, and reached Doorawarrah at about five o'clock-good travelling for three lone females. Mr. Camerer welcomed us most warmly, and insisted on us staying the H£xt day to rest the horses, w hich we did and had a very good time. We went bardy hunting and had them for supper. Some of us really enjoyed them, and 6ome only pretended we did. We reached Jimba Jimba t...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, September 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 September 1905

VICTORIA. Melboobne, September 16. | A fatality occurred on the railway line six miles from Beaufort yester day, when a railway pensioner named Martin O'Brien, 60 years of age, was killed. Evidently he stepped out of his gatehouse on to the line and was caught by the engine of the Adelaide express. Both his arms and legs were broken, his head was smashed, and his body was terribly mutilated. A little girl, aged two, daughter of Mr. Gray, of Boorfc, was playing about her father's house when she fell head first into a bucket half full of water and was drowned. September 17. A sensation was created in the Bail way Department yesterday by the ar rest of the chief accountant, James Walsh, on a charge of having falsi fied the books with intent to defraud. It is stated so far as the audit has gone an apparent deficiency of more than £500 has been revealed. A shocking accident occurred at Richmond on Saturday. Larry Harvey, aged 14 years, was driving his father and nncle along the street in...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, September 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 September 1905

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. » NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, September 17. ] A collision occurred in Newcastle Harbour on Saturday night between a ferry steamer and fishing boat. The latter tried to cross the bows of the steamer, which crashed into it. The boat was nearly cut in two. Three of its occupants were thrown into the water, but clung to the boat until rescued by the steamer. A boating accident occurred in the Middle Harbour (Sydney), near the Spit, yesterday afternoon, and re sulted in three persons being drowned. September 19. Advices have been received to the effect that of 839 horses shipped in July last for Japan 200 died on the voyage. The heat in the tropics was intense, the shade reading of the thermometer for several days being over 100 degrees, aud without a breath of wind. It was during this trying time that the animals were lost. The naval agreement, which costs the Commonwealth £200,000 per annum, is said to be especially , ad vantageous to New South Wales, as not only is th...

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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, September 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 September 1905

GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, September 17 The losses consequent upon the re cent earthquake in Italy are estimated at four million sterling. A parliamentary bye election for North Belfast was held on Saturday, and resulted in the return of a Con servative candidate over a Labour candidate by 400 votes. September 20. The Netherlands Parliament was opened yesterday. The speech from the throne foreshadows a Bill pro viding for the preliminary training of youths in the country in order to place the whole nation in a state of defence; also a scheme of compulsory insurance against illness, incapacity, and old age. Mr. Paul Morton, the new president of the Equitable Life Society, declares that henceforth the institution will not contribute to political campaign funds.

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A SOCIALIST'S VIEW OF GERMANY'S POLICY. LONDON, September 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 September 1905

A SOCIALIST'S VIEW OP GERMANY'S POLICY. LONDON, September 19. ] Herr Bebel, leader or the lierman Social Democrats, in opening the Socialist Congress yesterday, said althongh Russia had lost her position as the arbiter of Europe, althongh the strength of the Franco-German alliance was bonnd to remain dormant for years, Germany's Moroccoan policy had destroyed her recently improved relations with France, and had driven England into the arms of that republic.

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JAPANESE DEFAULTERS. LONDON, September 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 September 1905

JAPANESE DEFAULTERS. LONDON, September 19. The discovery that Japanese naval paymasters embezzled £33,000 has created a feeling of great distrust, especially as the defalcations occurred prior to the war.

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LOCAL CRICKET. STANSMORE'S ELEVEN v. CARNARVON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 September 1905

LOCAL CRICKET. STANSMORE'S ELEVEN v. CAENAE- j VON. A match was played at Carnarvon on Saturday last between an eleven of S. M. Stansmore's employees and the Carnarvon Cricket Club. After an interesting game the match resulted in a win for the Car narvon Club. Smith was top scorer for Stanstnore'e side with 31 runs, while Irvine, who went in first and carried his bat throughout the innings, played first class cricket for 44 runs, highest score for Carnarvon. The scores were as follows: STANSMOBE'S ELEVEN. McDermott, b lies 11 G. Smith, b Morgan 31 - Maddern 3 - Landells, run out 0 S. M. Stansmore, b Morgan ... 0 G. Meny, stp. Powell, b Sheard ... 5 B. Coleman, c 6. Foss, b Billo ... 4 - Hutton, b Sheard I - Foster, stp. lies, b Sheard ... 0 J. HickB, c G. Foss, b Sheard ... 4 F. Green, not out ... 0 Sundries ... 2 Total 61 Bowling.-Bes 2 for 31, Baston 0 for 9, N. Morgan 2 for 13, F. Sheard 4 for 6, Billo 1 for 0. CARNARVON. L. Buck, b McDermott 2 W. E. Irvine, not out 44 W. G. lies...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 September 1905

LOCAL AND GENERAL. GASCOYNE JUBILEE LIBRAKY.-Mrs. Miller has handed in her resignation as librarian of the Gascoyne Jubilee Library, owing to her-departure on an extended trip South. Bliss Morrell, who for some time past has acted as Mrs. Miller's locum teiiens, has been appointed by the committee to the position thns rendered vacant by Mrs. Miller's resignation. TELEPHONE CoNsnraicATioii WITH BRICK HOTJBE STATION.-At the last meeting of the local council, after the correspondence had been read, Cr. Matheson asked the 'Mayor if he had not received a letter from Mr. Burt. The Mayor replied in the negative, and Mr. Matheson stated the letter, which referred to a proposed tele phone service between Carnarvon and Brick House station and which was written for the purpose of securing the council's permission to erect telephone poles across the common, evidently had gone astray. GOLF.-A small band of enthusiasts have for some time past indulged in their fav ourite game at Yankee Town, but ...

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EARTHQUAKES IN ITALY. LONDON, September 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 September 1905

EARTHQUAKES IN ITALY. LONDON, September 19. Fresh earthquakes have caused further damage in the Italian pro vince of Calabria. Pestilence and famine in the same region are also claiming many victims.

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AN INSURANCE MATTER. INTERESTING APPEAL CASE. SYDNEY, September 13. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 September 1905

AH INSURANCE MATTER.: IHTKRBSTISG APPEAL CASE. Sv»xsr, September IS. The Hifgh Court gave its decision j yesterday tn a case of some importance j to insurance coaptnics. An appeal? ws brought at the instance Of the ' Uotsil Life Insurance Company of j New York from a judgment of the i High Court upholding the decision of Judge Heydon by winch Pcchotskh, a I Russian, recovered £18 6s., snrrendcr t value of a twenty years' endowment j policy for £'300 made by him on his j life and payable to his wife and j children. Pechotskh paid three years1! premiums and then with his wife's I consent applied for the cash surrender j value of the policy. Tbc company i had a doubt as to whether or not{ Pechotskh could receivc the money j and give a valid discharge. It was ! contended on behalf of the company j that in the case of a policy being taken j out by a husband for the benefit of ! his wife and children the husband had ! no implied power to give a receipt for j money paid on surrender. The H...

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GENERAL BOOTH'S EMIGRATION PROPOSALS. LONDON, September 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 September 1905

GENERAL BOOTH'S EMIGRA TION PROPOSALS. LONDON, September 19. Mr. Outhwaite, the prospective Liberal candidate for West Birming ham in opposition to Mr. Chamber lain, and who is an Australian, char acterises General Booth's emigration project as farcical. He declares that land monopoly has gone so far in Australia that there will shortly be no land left for the sons of Australian farmers. September 20. Mr. Taverner, Agent-General for Victoria, interviewed on the subject of Australian immigration, said in tending emigrants to Australia under General Booth's scheme oaght to be allowed to visit the offices of the Agents-General, see what sort of land wag available, and choose a locality on the fullest information. Mr. Jenkins' (South Australian Agent-General) said he did not be lieve that men who drifted from the country to -town would return success folly to the country.

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SHIPPING. PORT OF CARNARVON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 September 1905

SHIPPING. POET OF CARNARVON. ARBIVAiS. September 20.-Minilya, E.B., E. Richard son master, from Singapore via ports. Passengers:-From Singapore to IJre mantle: Mr. and Mrs. Ratherford .and child, J. E. Clark, Mr. Kemthorne,~Mr. Phillips, Mrs. Mayeda. From Derby for Carnarvon: Mr. Knowlee; for Geraldton: Mr. Parritt. From Broome for Geraldton; Mr. Goold. From Port Hedland for Car narvon : Mr. Barges; for Geraldton: Messrs. Goddard and Harkin; for Fremantle: Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins, Mrs. and Mies Doling, Mrs. Parry and child, Miss Lecby, Mesfcre. Breeman, Bayner, Jeffries, Sturrock, Rab anacb, Zilks, Voyhovicb. From CoBsack for Geraldton: Mr. and Mrs. Truelove, Messrs. Murray, Prenderville, Falconer, Sampson, Franklin, Horrigan; for Carnar von : Messrs. Dunaline, Moncton, Leonard ; for Fremantle : Messrs. Brownrigg, Mair, Arkle, Dodgson. DEPARTURES. September 20.-Minilya for Fremantle. Passengers:-For Geraldton : Inspector Drewry ; for Fremantle: Mesdaraei Ede ?on, Pincombe, Miller, Miss...

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CORRESPONDENCE. SEWING OF WOOL BALES. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 September 1905

CORRESPONDENCE. SWING OP WOOL BALES. To THE EDITOR. Sib,-I read with tnach interest an article from the pen of Mr. Twitcbin, Tannery, which you republished in your issue of August 26. I quite agree with all that he says with regard to the sewing of wool bales, and the damage and loss of time thereby occasioned. I may remark, how ever, the settlers have got the care in their own hands, if they would, when ordering bales for the forthcoming season, make it a condition with Dalgety & Co. and other importers that in future the wool bales should only be sewn up a certain height, leaving 18 inches open. Importers may have some difficulty in getting the next year's consignment altered, as most prob ably a great many wool bales are already manufactured. I have no doubt that if the importers were at once written to by the wool growers they would get the wool bales made as they required for next year's clip. . I am, &c., J. H. MANSFIELD, Maroonah Station, Carnarvon, September ...

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IN DEFENCE OF THE GOVERNMENT. LONDON, September 18. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 September 1905

IN DEFENCE OF THE GOVERN MENT. LONDON, September 18. The Marquis of Londonderry, Pre sident of the Council, delivered a political address yesterday at Stockton on-Tees. He said although his oppo nents claimed that the Government should have resigned -when defeated recently in committee of supply, Ministers felt that apart from the absence of any precedent for their resignation in such circumstances, it was their duty to remain in office till the Anglo-Japanese treaty was signed.

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NOR'-WEST PROGRESS LEAGUE. OBJECTS OF THE LEAGUE.—MEETING AT ROEBOURNE.—ELECTORAL BOUNDARIES.—THE TRAMWAY.—STATE BATTERIES WANTED. ROEBOURNE, September 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 September 1905

NOR'-WEST PROGRESS LEAGUE. OBJECTS OF THE LEAGUE.-MEETING AT ROEBOUKNE.-ELECTORAL BOUNDARIES. THE TBAMWAY. - STATE BATTSBIES WANTED. EOEBOUENE, September 14. The following circular letter was issued by the Nor'-West Progress League on 2lit July :-" Sir,-At a public meeting held in Roebourne on the 21st instant the above league was formed for the purposes as set out hereunder, and at a subsequent meet ing of the committee yon were unanimously elected a councillor, and we trust you will consent to act. " The objects of the movement are as follows: 1. To advance the variont industries and interests of the Nor'-West. 2. To keep our members posted up as to the necessities and requirements of this district. 3. To see that every person who is en titled to vote is on the electoral rolls. 4. To advocate the construction of a rail way from Point Sampson to tfae Nulla gine for the purpose of tapping the diverse and immense mineral re sources, etc., on this route. 5. To secure funds for the bet...

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