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KALGOOBLIE RACING. KALGOORLIE, Jane 13. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906
KALGOOBLIE RACING. Kalgooblie, Jane 13. Karri Hurdle Race If miles.-Exchange 1, King Fin 2, Carringh 3. Time, 3 min 29$sec. Trial Handicap, 5 furlongs.-Sea Flirt 1, Tbe Bee 2, The Geisha 3. Time 1 min 6£sec. Golden Mile, 1 mile.-The Point 1, The Snail 2, Bivalve 3. Time 1 min 49 sec. Miners' Stakes, 6 farlongs.-Lady Flo 1, Floral 2, Combat 3. Time, 1 min 19J sees. High Weight Handicap, 1 mile.-Acorn 1, Guardian 2, Royal Oak 3. Time 1 min 501 sees. Midwinter Handicap, 7 farlongs.-May King 1, Man o' War 2, Gamma 3. Time, 1 min 35| sees.
SPORTING. COOLGAUDIE RACES. PERTH, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906
SPORTING. « COOLGAUDIE EACES. Pjcbth, June 10. I The following are the results of the Cool gardie races, which were held on Satur day : Toorak Hurdle Bace, 1J miles.-Aqua 1, Leonatus 2, King Fin 3. Time, 3 min. 26 sees. Federal Handicap, six furlongs.-May Sing 1, Sample 2, Parvo 3. Time, 1 min. 16} sec. Winter Handicap, 1 mile.-Perplex 1, The Snail 2, Hurley Barley 3. Time, 1 min. 47 sec. Trial Handicap, 5£ furlongs.-Garrison 1, Young Panic 2, Hopeful 3. Time, 1 min. 11 l-5th sees. Flying Handicap, 5 furlongs.-Aitone 1, The Enchanteur 2, Naughty 3. Time, 1 min. 31 sees. Farewell Handicap, 7 furlongs.-May King I, Fop 2, Paxvo 3. Time, 1 min. 33 sees.
The Aorthern Times. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1906. MORALITY BY LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906
The PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1906. MORALITY BY LEGISLATION. THE outcome of a clause in the new Aborigines Act which came into force on April 23 last, has been the prose cution, of a number of men for alleged cohabiting with native women, four cases of this description having been heard at the .local police court during the past eight days. The whole mat ter of social purity is one which has engaged the attention of legislators from time immemorial, but it is safe to say as much immorality Exists now as at any previous period in the world's history, and that the words which Shakespeare credits Falstaff with apply equally to the present generation, despite the slight veneer with which present day civilisation is hedged about. Man after all is animal-like in his instincts, and un til human nature has been regenerated there does not appear to be much hope of the present regrettable state of affairs being overcome. At the same, time our legislators have reco...
SOUTHERN NEWS. PERTH, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906
SOUTHERN NEWS. PERTH, Jane 11. The new judge, Mr. J. Booth, was sworn in at a special meeting of the Executive Council at noon on Satur day. His Honour .made his first appearance on the bench this morn ing, all the judges being present at the sitting of the Fall Court. John Graesfc was arrested at Bicton racecourse on Saturday on a charge of having stolen a sovereign from Henry Hull. Herbert East has been arrested on a charge of stealing boots from Ezy walkin and George Schenberg." June 12. Michael Naughton, a dry blower, aged 70, was murdered in his camp at Cue on Sunday evening. The sounds oL. an altercation, .followed by four .shots, was heard bytbe residents in the vieinity. Two men who "were attracted by the noise went to the camp and found Naugbton lying on his back dead. Blood was flowing from bullet wounds in the man's chest, eye, and underlip. His hand was gripping his trousers pocket, which had been tnrned inside ont. The hut had been rummaged, but leather and can pas gold...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906
LOCAL AND GENERAL. YANYEAREDDY SHOOTING CASE.-It is stated that Mr Wood, of the Crown Law Office, is being sent np from Perth to con duct the prosecution of the man John Fleming, charged with the murder of James Lonton at Yanyeareddy station. COACH BUILDING.-Mr. P. T. Batty notifies that he is now prepared to execute all descriptions of coachbuilding and blacksmithing. He has commenced bus? iness in the blacksmith's shop at the rear of the Settlers' Hotel, and' guarantees first-class workmanship. BAIN.-The weather all the week has threatened heavy rain, but unfortunately the wind which has prevailed for moBt of the time has not been in the right direction for a good downpour. During Wednesday night a few light showers fell, nine points being registered at the local post office. On Thursday, the day was quite wintry, but the anxiously-awaited rain only came in "brief and lighjfe showers, 4 points being registered for the day. VISITING PBELATES,-The Bight Bev. Dr. Kelly, Boman Catholi...
STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of news intended for publication in this column will be gladly received.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906
STOCK AND STATION NEWS. .- ^ . - . > . [Tteias ol-sews intcoded'ior publication -ijr this'-.! column will be gladly repeiTedUj h Our Lyons River correspCSident, writing , under dateJunefs Bays:-A mob-of 205' fat cattle Tare passing along the Lyons from Globe Will station, en route to Ming inew, Mr. Robert Hay ball being in charge. Mr. Hayball states that he had ten bead die. of poison weed at Morton's clay pan, Ashburton. They are a splendid, lot of cattle, and -considering the very bad state of. the stock route are- being credit-ably driven by^Mx. Hayball. About 10 points oT rain'fejl here on Jfine 2." Onr correspondent at Roebourne 'writes as follows :-" MivSi L, Burgee, who is at present on a visit here, is a heavy buyer pE. sheep. Ten thousand are to be shipped from Point Sampson next month, and it is reported that the purchase reaches twenty seven thousand from various sources. Glorious Tains set in after the .races, inches being recorded in "two days. -The rain finished up ...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 10. The police arrested Onaries Cook and B. E. Beanmon tr, 'recent arrivals from West Australia, on a charge of having ran an advertising swindle. An advertisement appeared asking for a man for a position of fcrustrsecarity ? beiug required. Applicants were asked for spot cash as a guarantee before they were engaged. A. Jnne 14. In the course of a political address at Mount Gambier, the Premier (Mr. Price), replied to charges made -against the Labor Party. He said the Ladies' branch of the Political Union had issued a circular in "which they stated the Labor Party desired to weaken the marriage tieand burst up family life. This was . a wicked malicious lie. He was prepared to place his life and that of those associa ted with him alongside' that of the men on the other side. He found the Ladies' Committee at Mount Gambier took to their homes men. known as dirty birds in Mount Gambier^ Cries, and " Its a lie and- " ^hame." Mr Price : " It is not a lie "...
A SENSATIONAL LEAP. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906
A. SENSATIONAL £,EAP. Mr. J. Skuthorpe^ who arrived in Port Darwin on April l8 jto seek medical advice appears (says thV Northern Territory paper) to have tnet?with an accident after leaving Wave Hilt", station with a inob of 5,500 bollocks, the. greater portion of which he purposes taking right through into New South Wales. On the fifth or sixth night after' leaving Wave Hill the cattle were very/ rijstless in camp. The night was dark,--Kith an occasional flash of lightning.-.' Whilst ^galloping through the bush to head- some cattle trying to break away Mr. Sknthorpe felt the horse beneath hitn half pause as if wishful to stop, but not himself seeing tho danger ahead he urged tBe horse. and the game animal gave a wild leap and dropped down into the- bed "of a dry creek or gully 12 ft. deep. Fortunately the bottom was soft sand. The horse turned a complete somersault and partly fell upon its rider. At the moment neither horse nor man appeared much the worse for the adventure and Mr....
NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906
NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, Jane 10. \ The barquentine Peiotos went ashore at Whatigape. It is expected Bfae will become a total loss. The crew are safe. Tbe steamer Taouin, from the islands, brought two members of the crew of the ship Lord Templeton, which left Newcastle, for Honolulu last April. They stated that life was becoming unbearable on board owing to frequent fights and quarrels. They lowered a small boat, one night and left the vessel. W. Knowles, who shot his wife at. Palmerston North, has been sentenced to death. He eaid he'Vasprepared to meet his fate and made a rambling statement to the jury, concluding by singing songs. June 13. The acting-Premier, Mr. Hall Jones, has stated the Government have re quested him to take the position of Premier. It is believed Mr. Hall Jones will hand over the Premiership to Sir Joseph Ward on "his return.
A VISIT TO MUNDABULLANGANA STATION. BY OUR PORT HEDLAND CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906
A VISIT TO MUNDABUL LANGANA STATION. « BT OUR PORT HEDLAND CORRESPONDENT. Just 50 miles west of Fort; Hedland lies this extensive property, owned/by Mr. ,Saan Mack ay, and well known to be one of the finest in the North. Certainly, it is. by far' the most improved, and can boast of possessing the finest homestead. Mr. Mac kay is up-to-date, and where modern im provements-can be effected he does not hesitate to introduce them, irrespective of cost. Mr. Mackay alter several years vain efforts has at last persuaded the.Common wealth authorities to bring him into tele phone communication with Port Hedland. The work was completed on the 22nd May, when messages were most satisfactorily transmitted. Mr. Mackay is also con structing lines to his out stations, which will bring him in touch with the whole working of this vast estate at a moment's notice, thus eaving-ihany iong journeye and .horseflesh,- For the-fi*st;time -invthe Nor' West Mr. -Mackay has deoided to shear his sheep with machi...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Jane 10. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Jane 10. lne dead body of a youug single man named James Scott, a blacksmith, was found under a tree, in a lonely spot in the . hills near Gbewton. A twisted handkerchief was tied tightly around bis neck and a stick inserted under the handkerchief: The body appeared to have been dead two days. Following the demonstration at St. Paul's Cathedral last Snnday by- un employed a number of members of the " Social Questions Committee" marched this morning from the north end of Swanston-street, under the' direction of Tom Mann, to Dr. Sevan's church. The preacher was inter rupted several times by remarks such " What you preach you are a fine example of." In Russell-street after the service Tom Mann addressed about fifty persons. Reference was made to the meeting of the board of health and to the fact that in Mel bourne and suburbs phosphorescent meat was exposed for sale. The chair man stated this gave rise to ptomaine poisoning. It is rumoured in federal circles that t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906
SUBSCRIPTIONS (POETAGE INCLUDED). £ e. D. One Yeai 1 5 0 Six Months ... ... ... 0 12 6 One Quarts* 0 6 6 To AD¥EKTHBB8. THE NOBIHBBN TIKES circulates amongst the pastoraUsts. miners, pearlers, and business people of the whole Iforth, and therefore tcill be found a fyrst-class vwdiam for adver tisers. Safes for advertising on ap plication.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906
SHIPPING. JBEAN STEAMSHIP CO. LIMITED, / AND WEST AUSTRALIAN STEAM NAVIGATION ^0. LIMITED. QUICKEST BOUTE TO LONDON via JAVA and SINGAPOBE. STEAMSHIPS. ^SULTAN. 2063 tons. CAPT. P. TOWNLET. PAROO. 2665 tons. CAPT. A. MILLS. MINILYA. 2744 tons. CAPT. E. BICHABDSON I CHARON, i 2681 tons. CAFT. I. BELL. Fortnightly Services. SOUTH. From Singapore. From Carnarvon about CHABON, June 10 June 26 MINILYA, June 25 July 8 PABOO, July 8 July 24 SULTAN, July 24 August 6 ISTORTH. From. Fremantle. Carnarvon PABOO, Jane 13 June 16 SULTAN, June 28 June 30 CHABON, July 12 July 14 MINILTA, July 27 July 29 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 , issued in conjunction with the P. & 0. Coy., transhipping at Singa pore. Apply t® DAL6ETY & COY, LTD., PERTH FREMANTLE GERALDT0N CARNARVON COSSACK and PORT HEDLAND. J. fiTiATnC & CO...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906
THE STOCK OWNERS' ASSOCIATION OF W.A., LIMITED. CAPITAL-£30,000, divided into 30,000 Shares of £1 each. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS: Charles Habfer, ESQ., W. J. Btjtcher, ESQ., M.L.A., . A. R. Richakdson, ESQ. BANKERS: Union Bank of Australia, Ltd., Perth. . SECRETARY: W. SCHRODER, 276 St. George's Terra.ce. 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. w IMPORTANT NOTICE. ! E strongly recommend Squatters to in no way pledge themselves with regard to FREIGHT ARRANGEMENTS ON WOOL For the coming and future clips without first communi...
INTER-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906
INTER-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SyDNfiTy-June 10. About twelve o'clock "on "Friday night a constable noticed a fire near A Bloom's auction mart and succeeded in extinguishing the flames. Yester day Langley Giles, Bloom'B head clerk, confessed that be had caused the fire with a view to destroying his employer's books, as he was short in his cash. Another case of plague has been .reported, the patient being H. A. Tavlor, a resident of Waterloo. Jnne 11. The inquiry concerning the death of W. Cameron at Fifield on February 38 last was re-opened yesterday and concluded. A verdict was returned that Cameron was placed in a bag by four men and the bag then sewn ronnd his neck and legs. Cameron, who was in a state of intoxication, in bis efforts to extricate himself ignited some matches in his pockets, and set bis clothes alight. He was badly burned and subsequently died. The jury found the four men - guilty of felon iously killing and slaying Cameron. In the case of the man. Riley, at w...
Cablegrams. STEAMERS ON FIRE. :: LONDON, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906
Cablegrams. --? STEAMERS ON FIRE. ~:: LONDON, June 8. After the steamer Ajrotnic, wbicb was bound fron Wellington, New Zealand, to London, had sailed from Teneriffe, two Ires occurred. A small fire was firstnoticed in the wool hold on Sunday. Next day it was discovered the conteits of No. 4 hold weie alight. A quality of the burn ing cargo was jettistned and steam which was injected -ino. the hold ap parently extinguished the * ontbreak. On Wednesday the smel of fire was Zagain noticed, and on Th^day inorn - ing the fire had made considerable headway. The passenger, were ad vised to disembark at Plymouth. On the hatches being liftei at that . Ja,#pMfensefimoke arose. TwcGovern meni tugboats came to the d6tressed ship's pssistance, but the effcrts to exlingrish the fire failed, aid the GothU was towed into shallow water and ier sea-cocks opened. Sh« was beached last night. The vessel las a heavy list, and it is feared she vill topple over when the tide ebbs. rlhe fire extended to the...
PORT HEDIAND NEWS. PORT HEDLAND, Jane 5. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906
PORT HEDIAND NEWS. POBT HEDUBD, Jane 6. The latest public work in progress is the public school. A new signal station has just been completed, and is a decided im provement on the old wooden structure in Wedge-street, which is being removed. The new station is situated on the Esplan ade, opposite McKenzie's Hotel. It is made of iron, and ia 70 feet high. The leading light can be seen some 5 miles further out to sea than the previous one. The feature of last week was the opening dance of the season in aid of the Mechanics Institute, held on its premises. It proved, both a social and financial success, a num ber of visitors being present. The library has now arrived, and will be opened in the course of a few days. The hall is being lighted with the Kit6on lighting system. The weather has been inconsistent with that of previous seasons, being warm and sultry until last Friday when teteady rain set in and continued till Saturday even ing, 350 points being registered. Reports from inland...