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INTEB-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, May 19.' [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 May 1906

INTEB-STATE NEWS. * NEW SOUTH WALKS. SYDNET, May 19.' j The flooding of the Junction mine at Broken Hill has ceased, the fire which occnrred at the 550 ft. level having been extingnished. The un watering of the mine will start on Monday or Tuesday. May 21. Carl George Blumengine, employed at the Tibbereena freezing works, West Narrabri, was fonnd dead on the floor of the engine room with his head frightfully crashed. A portion of his skull was found six feet from the body. It appears the deceased was on a bench in the engine-room reaching to a top shelf for some engine requisites. He stepped on a tin coveriug and fell backwards on the fly wheel. It is supposed a spoke of the wheel caught his face just above the month and tore the head off. The wheel was travel ling at its ordinary speed of 106 revolutions a minute. A strange case of suicide is reported from Tarcutta. A selector found the dead body of a man fifty years of age hanging from the limb of a tree. It was greatly decomposed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 May 1906

SUBSCRIPTIONS (POBTAG® INCLUDED). £ 6. D. One Tear 15 0 Six Months 0 12 6 One Quarter ... ... ... 0 6 6 To ADTEKTKEBS. THE NOKIHKRN TIKES circulates amongst the pastoralists, miners, pearlers, and business people of the whole North, and therefore will be found a, first-class medium for adver tisers. Sates for advertising on ap plication.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 May 1906

SHIPPING. 4JGEAN STEAMSHIP GO. limited, AND WEST AUSTRALIAN STEAM NAVIGATION CO. LIMITED. QUICKEST ROUTE TO LONDON via JAVA, and SINGAPORE. Steamships. SULTAN. MINILYA. 2063 tons. 2744 tone. Caci-P. Townlet. CAPT. E. Bichardbon PAROO. CHARON. 2665 tons. 2681 tons. CAPT. A. MILLS. CAPT. I. BELL. Fortnightly Services. SOUTH. From Singapore. From Carnarvon about SULTAN, May 26 Jane 9 CHARON, June 10 Jane 26 MINILYA, June 25 July 8 PAROO, July 8 Jaly 24 ISTORTH. yrom yrw an tl ft- Carnarvon - MINILYA, May 30 JuneS PAROO ,-June 13 Jane 16 SULTAN, Jane 28 Jane 30 CHARON, July 12 July 14 These steamers, built especially for the trade, are fitted with every modern appliance for the comfort of passengers. JAVA.-Large reductions made to families and parties. LONDON.-Through tickets r issued in conjunction with the P. & 0. Coy., transhipping at Singa pore. Apply t« OALGETY & COY, LTD., PERTH FREMANTLE GERALDTON CARNARVON COSSACK and PORT HEDLAND. 3. CLARK & CO., Onslow....

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The Northern Times. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, MAT 26, 1906. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 May 1906

The MatHjivn r®ni«s. PASTORAL, MININGAND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, MAT 26, 1906. LOCAL AND GENERAL. CBICKET.-A match .' Married versus Single" was to have -been played to-day, but owing to the e.g. Paroo'e arrival it has been decided to postpone the match to June 9, when it is hoped both sides will be able to pnt strong elevens in the field. ABTESLAN BOEING .-^Mr. J. S. Davis, representative of Messrs. E. McCray and Co. Sydney, arrived from Fremantle by the s.s. Charon. His firm have the contract for putting down the bore on Minilya station, and are open to do other work of a like natare. THE GOVERNMENT POLICY.-In this issue will be found, a summary of the salient points in the Premier's speech at Bunbury. The demand on our epace precludes com menting this week on 'the speech, which contains many items of interest to the North. BANANA. GROWING.-We understand that the Chinamen who have leased Mr. j H. G. Lefroy'e property at Yankee Town are importing large numbers of banana. plantB wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 May 1906

THE STOCK OWNERS' ASSOCIATION OF W.A., LIMITED. CAPITAL-£30,000, divided into 30,000 Shares of £1 each. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS: CHARLES HAKPEE, ESQ., W. J. BUTCHEB, ESQ., M.L.A., A. R. RICHARDSON, ESQ. BANKERS: Union Bank of Australia, Ltd., Perth. SECRETARY: W. SCHRODER, 276 St. George's Terrace, Perth. IT is intended that the operations of this Company shall in the first place be confined mainly to endeavouring to secure some reduction of freights and in surance on Wool, Merchandise, and Live Stock, and the purchasing or indenting of goods on commission as required by 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. CARNARVON MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. HALF-YEARLY BALANCE SHEET TO 30TH APRIL, 1906. CB. Nov. 1, 1905- £ s. d. To cash in hand April BO, 1906 To General rates ... " Loan rates " Water rates " Wate...

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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 May 1906

GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, May 20. The British torpedo boat No. 56 capsized near a town in Egypt on the east branch of the Nile, about eight miles from the sea. Seven of the crew were drowned. The torpedo boat capsized while she was being towed by H.M.S. Arrogant. Madame Dolores sang at the Greig Orchestral Concert in the Queen's Hall last night, this being her final pnblic appearance before her Aus tralian tour. She achieved a great success. The. late Mr. E. SteinhoS, the pro prietor of the apollinaris mineral water business, left £1,247,000. In! his will he empowered his daughter : to bequeath £100,000 to charities. Six Chinese on the Band have applied for repatriation under the terms of the proclamation posted by the Government on fhe"mines. Fifteen members of a party attend ing a fnneral service at a church at Komaku, a town in Austrian Silesia, were killed by lightning. Thirty three others were either burnt, crip pled, or stanned. The Pitcairn Island, a steel barque of 1,319 tons, c...

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THE TIN MARKET. LONDON, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 May 1906

THE TIN MARKET. LONDON, May 20. | The fall in the price of tin is re garded aB a natural reaction from the 4 too rapid advance. It is hoped it will tend to check the wild gamble. The latest quotations are: £193 to £194 on the spot and £188 to £188 10s. for forward delivery.

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Cablegrams. RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. LEAVING THE SINKING SHIP. LONDON, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 May 1906

Cablegrams. ? "RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. LEAVING THE SINKING SHIP. LONDON, May 19. Connt de Witte, ex-Premier of Russia, has advised the Council of the Empire to co-operate with the Duma whenever possible, otherwise it would be io3 possible for the people to secure reform. He supported limited amnesty for agrarian, political, and religions offenders, bnt declared that unlimited clemency would only provoke a fresh revolution. The hatred shown by the masses did not proceed from bureau cratic repression, but was prompted by a desire to destroy class distinction and property, and if realised would -^Jrike the civilised world with horror. ^"lt has been decided to limit the speeches in the Duma to five minutes duration. The draft of the Duma's address in-reply to the speech from the throne was read a first time. May 22. The St. Petersburg correspondent of the Paris Figaro states that Father Gapon,-late leader of the St.- Peters burg workers, is still alive, and is domiciled in a monastery. May 2...

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BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 May 1906

BOARD OF HEALTH. Accounts as follows were passed for payment; D&lgety & Co. J£1 8s 3d., Geo. Atkinson £1 Ss. The secretary reported a debit balance of .£58, this having been reduced from JE80 six; months ago. Dr. Hickinboth&m said a complaint had been made to the inspector of nuisances regarding the accumulation of rubbish behind the Japanese laundry. It would seem that rubbish, was being tipped out Bide the area set apart for it, and he (the doctor) had brought this matter up some tame previously. The advisability of informing the public that the by-laws relating to dairies were to be enforced was also mentioned by the doctor.

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THE PANAMA CANAL. LONDON, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 May 1906

.THE PANAMA CANAL. LONDON, May 19. I The San Francisco earthquake was one of the factors which led the com mittee of the United States Senate to recommcnd that the Panama Canal should be constracted at sea level. The committee considered that an earthquake or an enemy's explosives in war time might seriously damage the locks if a lock canal were decided npon.v They; agreed also that a sea level canal would be more serviceable for the passage of warships. The extra cost will be £12,000,000.

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FIGHTING WITH REBEL KAFFIRS. LONDON, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 May 1906

FIGHTING WITH REBEL KAFFIRS. LONDON, May 19. The column under the command of Colonel Lenchars killed six rebels on the outskirts of the bash at the Tngela River. A fight between Natal troops and natives took place near Cetewayo's grave. The enemy "were driven into the Nkandhala forest. Some rebels were surprised on attempting to leave ' the forpst and were captured. Colonel McKenzie. lias began, an i extensive operation against the rebels. Twenty-one of Siganandi's and Silwana's followers have surrendered. Mr. Keir Hardie, leader of the Independent Labour Party in the Honse of Commons, writing to a cor respondent in Edinburgh, states tbat nobody believes there has been any active rising in Natal. What is going on is Bimply butchery. The remark able .things -remarks Mr. Hardie, is that -:fhe ' Liberal Government sits supinely by and allows it to occur,' apparently without a word of protest. May 23. The natives in the neighbourhood of Pie term arc" tzbnrg, the' capital of Natal, have,...

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HINTS FOR HUNTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 May 1906

HINTS FOR HUNTERS. A. Sydney firm of Bkin merchants give the following hints to kangaroo hunters: For large game, such as kangaroo, one needs a true rifle. Get the wind in your face. Notice which way the 'rooa go, and work accordingly. Shoot for quality as well as quantity j and a bore all avoid using shot, as it depreciates the value of skins. Kangaroos carrying skins weighing 71b per <lozen upwards, only should be Bhot, not the Teiy small animals; give them a chance to grow till their skins are of value. When skinning, care should be taken to remove blood from the pelt (if the animal has bled freely, and smeared the skin on the fleah side) by a dry rag, or washing, so long as it is done while the skin is green, and immediately before it is pegged out to dry. Tanners find blood that has soaked into and stained the skin renders the parts so affected utterly useless for leather. Bloodstains on skins is like improper branding or bad flaying of hides. When the skins ara thor...

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A TRESPASS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 May 1906

A TRESPASS CASE. A case of some interest to pastoralists was. beard in the Carnarvon court yester day morning before Mr.' C. D. V. FOBS, B.M., when Messrs. J. & C. Batcher pro ceeded against F. C. Flaxman for trespass ing with 1,700 sheep on their Boolathana property. Mr. Ewing appeared for the complainants, and Mr. Flaxman, who pleaded not guilty, appeared in person. The evidence of Mr. Chas. Batcher and of an employee of the firm named John Hur ley went to show that Mr. Flaxmau's agent gave Mr. Batcher verbal notice that the sheep would pass through Boolathana. The agent asked Mr. Butcher for permis sion to water the sheep, and was informed he could do BO at the bore and the dam, but he was not to take the sheep into the Boolan paddock. The reason for not allowing travelling stock to pass through Boolan was that complainants1 sheep were there, and there was a danger of them be coming boxed with travelling sheep. De fendant's agent was given by Mr. Botcher clear instruction...

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MUNICIPAL. CARNARVON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 May 1906

MUNICIPAL. CARNARVON. The regular fortnightly meeting: of this conncil wis held on Tuesday, there being' present:-The Mayor (Mr. <3. B&ston), Ca. D. Matheson, J". H. Mansfield, G. Atkiuon, and H. Beam. CORRESPONDENCE. ? From C. F. Chaplan, Director of Agriculture, stating that a desire had been I expressed by some local bodies to have the destruction of noxious weeds placed under local control, and asking if the local council favoured such a course. From BL G. Leftoy, tendering his re signation as a councillor. From E. H. Angelo, tendering his resignation as a councillor. From W. E. Irvine and C. E. Black, stating they had audited the accounts of the council for the half-year ending end ing April 24, and had found same correct. From 3. P. Pincombe, stating he had otber property in the town besides the Carnarvon Hotel, and objecting to his name being struck off the ratepayers' roll. ~~ From the Under Secretary for Lands, stating the matter of placing Government blo...

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RACING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY,May 21. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 May 1906

EACING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydnet, lsiaj 21. The Tattersali'a Club races were held on Saturday, and the result of the Winter Stake*. 1 j miles, web as follows:-Lest We Forget 1, Y.S. 2, Zenda 3. Titne, 2 min. 10 eecs. A man named Campbell, who was recently shot by the police sit Broken Hill, is not expectud to Jive.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 26 May 1906

FOR FINE PORTRAITS GO to MILES* PHOTOSBAPHSB, Carnarvon.

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RELIGIOUS SQUABBLES. MELBOURNE, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 June 1906

BELrart&JS'BQtJAJBBLES.i W ;MayT2r7.rf. A public meeting, convened by Mr. Da wsor^(9Rp^gfrlie.Q{ieEnMatid' r mem-j bers of ^faeg^n5,^e,Qq,n(i;7ptl®r-paWicj men took place; itvthe) (^etj/Jheatire yesterday afternoon. Tte-subject as advertio^fifi^ji^jgaff&ons^rigsi aud panderers." The building wascrowded: > The chairman said if aayI'repfiescfflta-i' tive of Edgar was present he was welcome to come on the platform when Mr. Daw son had spoken. Mr. Datreon began by stating he had been accused of dis turbing a pleasant Sunday afternoon at Wesley Church. There was a band there-music, and comic opera. At this stage there was a buzz of excite ment near the door and the Rev. Mr. Edgar elbowed his way up to the stage and took his seat, three cheers for him being given by the crowd. Mr. Dawson said Mr. Edgar had re ceived £100 from bookmakers to use his influence to prevent the totalizator being legalised, and many other things. The Rev. Mr. Edgar refuted all the charges, and...

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TO THE ELECTORS OF THE NORTH PROVINCE. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 June 1906

TO THE ELECTORS OF THE NORTH PROVINCE. LADIES ASD GENTLEMEN, AS I Sn^ff81 placel fche Province which i aspire to represent needs the servicea andahSh7DfarrSed fche Acuities 7°® , rdshiPs of Pioneering work. This teo^edge ImaydaimtoposseM Am " (mown to most of you, lam one oftbe pioneer pastoralists of the ffimbLlev I is,tcTlct Whece 1 Htai bold large inteSte S* xr -av® rCCently "V»iwd a We area | of Virgin Country in the Gasco^eD?* tact, which I hope to hare undSstoS: I «i the near future. bcocic In addition to the above. I may mention ^ <3°) years ago i JE MilJ iT the fch^givi^g a.£ whence immense Quantities of timber have been exported to all parts of the World, and where the enterprise hu supported hundreds of employees and tbeir families for years past. In con nection withtbe above, the Ports of Flinders J Hamelin were opened by me and fully equipped, and no fewer than' four Government Schools provided to supply educational facilities. ftjh°Wn hy tbe- abore rem»rks, m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 June 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 mention what, in my opinio a, are my qualifications. Over 20 years 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 Goldfields, which, you will agree with me, can claim to be the mother of the gold industry of W.A. PASTORAL INDUSTRY OP W.A.-I also p.lm'm to be one of the pioneers, having materially helped to develop the great East Kimberley cattle country. Further, all my interests are centred in 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 say I object to this election being fought on Party lines; also that I...

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TASMANIA. LAUNCESTON, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 June 1906

TASMAlsIA. " Latjnceston, May 31. The heaviest floods for many years are now being experienced. Hie Derby, Ringarooma, and Cascade Rivers are overflowing and. the Weld Brook is .flooded.

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