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FIGHTING WITH REBEL KAFFIRS. LONDON, Jnne 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906

FIGHTING WITH REBEL KAFFIRS. LONDON, Jnne 9. Colonel McKenzie, wbo is in com mand of the Natal field force operat ing against the native rebels in Zuln land, declares that the troops are in ^gfUqnate for crashing the rebels. .Colonel A. Wools Sampson recom mends the employment of an addi-j tional 1,000 men, preferably British or Dutch colonial troops. Mr. C. J. Smythe, Premier of Natal, has accepted the services of a volun teer contingent from Cape Colony -with six maxim gnns. Now that harvesting operations are completed the Europeans in Znlnland anticipate trouble with Dinizulu, the paramount chief, whose loyalty has for some time been doubted. June 13. Dnring a fight at Mome Valley on Saturday 40 rebels were shot in trees, whence they were throwing assegais. The rebels losses totalled 400 killed and wounded. Mehloka, a Zulu chief, was killed while standing among natives who were superior to those of Bambaatas' body guard. Some of the former fought in the last Zulu war. It is repor...

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BUSSIA. LONDON, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906

BUSSIA. LONDON, June 9. M. Monronitz, President of the Russian Duma, is preparing the draft of a constitution for Cassia. It con templates making the Czar a con stitutional monarch, and the base of the Duma universal snffrsge- It is proposed to create an U pper House on 'the inodel of the French Senate, and to give the Czar the right to dissolve Parliament provided a fresli Duma is elected ^within & month.. The new constitution if granted" will secure . complete liberty of thought, freedom of the press, freedom of meeting, and freedom of religious belief. The Russian Duma has appealed to the Ministry to abstain from execu tions pending the discission of a Bill for the abolition of capital punish md&i. June 13. - The Novoe Vremya, a St. Peters burg jonrnal, states that the Govern ment have decided to' arraign the ten members of the Duma who signed the labonr manifesto, on the ground of inciting the masses against the - Government. Two soldiers while patrolling at Wars...

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ROEBOURNE NEWS. BOEBOURNE, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906

ROEBOUBNE NEWS. BOEBOURNE, June 9. Advantage was taken, of Race week to bold a public meeting under the auspices of the Not*-West Progress League. A large munberVof country residents were present, also some visitors from elsewhere. Letters of apology from some of those unable to attend were read. The business of the evening was to again place before the Government the many and pressing wants of this Northern district. Enthosiam was evinced throughout, and the speeches though short, owing to being merely a digest of those delivered at previous meetings, showed tbat each and every one present was aware of the necessity of keeping things alive. The first matter touched upon was Point Sampson Tramway connection, and Mr. Palmer said that since he had got back to Roebonrne he heard it hinted that tLe present Government might not carry out any of the promises of their predecessors. Mr. Pilmer thought that the present Ministry should feel themselves bound to carry out the promises made by t...

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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906

1 - -? - - I GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, June 9, j>ir. U- W. »mauey, tne new XOIK correspondent of the Times, states that sixty per cent, of the employees in Chicago factories have been dis charged. The packers' loss of trade for ten days amounted to £4-,090,000 in consequence of the meat scandals. Sir Edward Clarke has resigned his seat in the House "of Commons ae senior member for the City of London. Sir Edward has informed the electors that he retired because pfc having, been warned Tty his niedicali':&dviser8; that he could only continiie - his political career at serious-"risk to his life. At the Westminster coroner's court yesterday Dr. George Robert Adcock was committed for trial ' on a charge of causing the death of Major Jobn Nicholas Whyte, D.S.O. The evidence showed that the accused wilfully - neglected to report . his anti-septic treatment, and that he treated- the major according to the formula of the Christian Scientists. The International Miners' Con ference sitt...

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DEATH OF MR. SEDDON. FROM HEART DISEASE. SYDNEY, Jane 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906

DEATH OF MB. SEDDON. FROM HEA.RT DISEASE. SYDNEY, Jane 11. The annoancement was nade ot tiie awfully sadden death of Mr. Seddon, Premier of New Zealanc, on board the Oswestry Grange, enroate to New Zealand, on the return #f the - vessel to Sydney. The newf was quickly made known througlout Australia, and it was cabled to tie late Premier's own colony even be&re the steamer had anchored at ithol Bight. Mr. Seddon's death t&S due to heart failnre. At half-pst six last evening the deceased getfleman was in the cabin reclining o- a settee and joking with Miss Sedd<a, Mrs. Seddon being also present. Miss Seddon noticed her father gvor pale, anij ruBhing oufc of the room net Mr. Matthews, whom she asked to/o for the doctor. AfW Miss Seddophad left to. simmon Minchiu, tbs Premier suddenly cried out to his wife " Oh, mother!" and falling bac: on Mrs. Seddon's shouller, expired. The ship's surgeon nyj quickly v attendance, but on arrival found lie to be extinct. He...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906

Notice to Creditors. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PROBATE JURISDICTION. IK THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE OP WALTER BURT, DECEASED. WHEREAS on the eighth day May, 1906, an Order to Ad minister the Estate and Effects WALTER BURT, late of Turkey Creek, the State of Western Australia, stockman deceased, who died on or abont the six teenth day of June, 1905, was granted t>y the Supreme Court of the eaid State, under the provisions of " The Administration Act, 1903," to the undersigned, the Curator Intestates' Estates, Perth. Now NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all Creditors and other persons having CLAIMS or DEMANDS against the estate of the said deceased are hereby required to send particulars of such claims or de mands to the undersigned, on or before the FOURTH day of AUGUST, 1906. AND FDBTEEB, that the undersigned will, immediately after such date, proceed to distribute the assets of the said de ceased among the Creditors and persons entitled thereto, having regard only to th...

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NORTH PROVINCE ELECTION. FINAL RESULT. MR. CONNOR ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906

NORTH PROVINCE ELECTION. FINAL RESULT. MB, CONNOR ELECTED. The following are details of the polling at the undermentioned bootha in connec tion with the North Province election held on Jnne 4: Polling Place. Connor. D&viea. Wyndhaai ... 15 ... - Derby 18 ... 1 Halls Creek ... 5 ... 2 Broome... ... 54 ... 22 Marble Bar ... 24 ... 13 Boebourne ... 7 ... 39 Cossack ... 8 ... - Onslow ... 1 Carnarvon ... 30 ... 25 La Grange Bay -- ... " 2 Shark Bay ... - ... 6 Nallagine ... 8 ... 2 Port Hedland ... 4 ... 5 Turkey Creek ... 1 ... - Fitzroy and Up per Liveringa 3 ... 1 Total 177 ... 119 Majority for Connor 58. CABNABVON RIFLE CLUB.-A committee meeting of this club was held on Monday evening at which were present: Mr. lies (chairman) Dr. Hickinbotham, Messrs. Raymond, Irvine, and the secretary (Mr. W. F. Cole). The secretary was instructed to thank the local municipal council for the grant made to the club by that body. A motion was carried thanking Messrs. J. H. Mansfield and H. G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906

Alex. H. Salmond, Carnarvon. Government Authorised- Surveyor. 'Engi neering Surveys. Levels talcen for Water Races. Marth quantities supplied. Mining Surveyor. Properties examined and re ported on. FRESH FISH. CHARLIE, THE JAP, begs to notify that he is supplying Fresh Fish every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. SALT and SMOKED FISH always on band Salt Fish, 4s. 6d. doz.; 5d. each. Smoked Fish, 5s. 6d- doz.; 6d. each. Country orders receive prompt attention. Steamers supplied with Fresh Fish. Full particulars on application to y W.TURNOCK, Carnarvon. NOTE.-No agents employed. Ml fish delivered personally by W. Turnock. CARNARVON BAKERY. J. S. MILES, Sole Proprietor. OEDERS TAKEN FOE ALL KINDS OF CAKES AND CONFECTIONERY. SHIPPING SUPPLIED. CABT BUNS TO YANKEE TOWN DAILY. J S. MILES wishes to announce that _ _ he has purchased the Bakery Busi ness lately carried on by Mr. J. Perry, and from the 1st of June will be prepared to supply Bread and Confectionery of the first quality only. BRO...

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CRICKET. MARRIED v. SINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906

X3RICKET. MARRIED v. SINGLE. A match which bad been talked of for a few week6 past eventuated last Saturday, when teams representing bachelors and benedicts tried conclusions. There was a large attendance of spectators, including a number of ladies, ivad those present had the opportunity of witnessing good cricket on the part of a number of the players, and some which evidenced a prolonged period of "rust" on the part of others. It was only natural that the married men s team should have been out of fom, for several of its members had not handled a bat for years. However, the game, though resulting in a runaway victory for the colts, proved interesting, and at its close the opinion was expressed by supporters of the vanquished that an all-day's match should be arranged, as it was recognised the losers were at a disadvantage through their last few men having to face the bowling in a very deceptive light. Irvine (captain of the single men) won the toss from Sheard (who led the forces ...

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TASMANIA. LAUNCESTON,iAOTCESTON, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906

TASMANIA LAUNCESTON, June 12.   Judging of merino sheep in con- nection with the Campbelltown Show was conducted yesterday. Mr. Thos. Gibson took the champion and reserved champion prizes for rams, and Mr. A. T. Gibson the champion prize for ewes.

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CHILDREN'S CONCERT. BY THE PUPILS OF THE CONVENT SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 June 1906

CHILDREN'S CONCERT. BY THE PUPILS OF THE CONVENT SCHOOL. Despite the inclemency of the weather a large attendance assembled at the Maso- nic-Hall on Thursday evening to witness the first public performance of the scholars of the Carnarvon Convent School. The school was only opened on March 19 last, and it speaks volumes {or the tuition bestowed by the Sisters that their little charges had made such progress in less than three months as to warrant their appearing as public entertainers. - The   result proved that no undue haste had been shown in giving the conccrt, which was admitted by one and all who attended to be an unqualified success. The stage and scenery, erected and painted by Mr W. Edeson, was in complete harmony with the interior decorations of the hall, and though of necessity the stage was circum- scribed in extent, the general arrangement   was such as permitted of the programme   being carried-through without a hitch. On the curta...

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LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 June 1906

[LONDON WOOL SALES. Messrs Dalgety & Co. report nnder date London, May 11:-The third series of colonial wool sales for this year opened on the 8th instant. The attendance of buyers was very large and competition extremely keen, particularly from the English trade, for which a large proportion of the wools offered was especially adapted. Prices of merinos ranged from par to 5 per cent advance the r se being specially prononnced on the better descriptions of sconred. Fine and medium cross-breds, although slightly in sellers' favour, showed but little change, but for the coarser grades values were 5 to 7£ per cent higher than at the close of the March series. Since the opening prices have slightly tendered in sellers' favour, and competition is very keen from all sections of buyers. From all quarters come reports of the depletion of stocks in manufacturers' and dealers' hands, and although we be lieve that some considerable quantities of wool purchased in .Australasia by foreig...

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STATE PARLIAMENT. OPENED ON THURSDAY. DIGEST OF THE SPEECH. PERTH, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 June 1906

STATE PARLIAMENT. OPENED ON THURSDAY. DIGEST OF THE SPEECH. PERTH, Jane 22. The opening yesterday of the second session of tlie sixth Parliament excited more than the usual amount of in terest. The nsnal formula was ob served by the Governor, who in his speech said it was his pleasant duty to assare; the Council t!n*t the pros perity of the State continues apace. The progress of the mining, agri cultural, pastoral, and other industries was attracting considerable attention in various parts of the world. There had been a slight decline in the gold production,- bat not to an ertent which should cause any feeling of apprehension. Special provision will be made to assist the development of the Northern and Nor'-West mineral areas. A steady and increasing stream of immigration was flowing into the State. Strong representations had from time to time been placed before the Imperial authorities regarding the urgent necessity of a proper survey of the Nor'-West coast of the State, and Minist...

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SOUTHERN NEWS. PERTH, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 June 1906

SOUTHERN NEWS. PEBTH, June 18. The steamer Kolya, two days over due, which was passed by the Saltan between Onslow and Carnarvon, and was expected at the signal station last night, arrived early this morning. At a public meeting held in Port Hediand it was decided to inform Mr. S. C. Pigott that the meeting felt assured the support likely to be ex tended to him was not sufficient to warrant his candidature^ as Marble Bar and Nullagine are in favour of the candidature of Mr. J. M. Hopkins. While watching a football match on the Esplanade on Saturday, Hyman Cohen passed the boandary line and stood in the playing ground. A player ran into him with such force as to break Cohen's leg. It is rumonred that an arrest was made last night at Cue-whether in connection with the murder of Naugh ton or the recent robberies is not yet known. . The man James Meldrum, reported as missing from Cue, has been located at Gerald ton. He caught the Perth train yesterday afternoon. Mr. A. J. Diamond on Sat...

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FUNERAL OF MR. R. SEDDON. AN IMPOSING SPECTACLE. WELLINGTON, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 June 1906

FUNERAL OF MR. R. SEDDON. AN IMPOSING SPECTACLE. WELLINGTON, Jane 21. The funeral of Mr. Seddon afforded an unique spectacle. The body lay in state in the main lobby of the Parlia mentary buildings surronnded by a mass of wreaths and floral offerings. All classes of men and women were represented, and it is officially esti mated that 35,000 filed past the coffin. Every member of Parliament was present when the coffin was conveyed to the grave, which is situated on a lofty pinnacle in the Botanic Reserve overlooking the Parliamentary build ings. Almost every part of New Zealand is in mourning. Memorial services were held in Auckland and Sydney. An aboriginal girl named Moroan has been charged at Northampton police court -with having attempted to pat weevil paint in the tea of her employer, J. Logue. The accused was committed for triai and was admitted to bail.

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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, June 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 June 1906

NEW^ZE ALAND. attciautNfeJ Jane; 19."°: j Tbe Morweigan barque Oyda, bound from South America to Tonga, put in to Donbtless Bay last night, nine of the crew suffering from beri beri.

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The Northern Times. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1906. DEVELOPING THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 June 1906

The iinrtlura ®nit£s. PABTOKAI., MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1906. DEVELOPING THE NORTH. SIGNS are not wanting that the Northern portion of the State is likely in the near future to receive much more attention from investors in the metropolitan area and. else where than it has in the past. With a decreasing gold yield, small though the shrinkage has happily proved so far, and consequent dullness of trade generally in the more temperate por tion of the State, it is only natural that capitalists and business people generally should look wider afield for fresh openings for investment. The potentialities of the North have long been recognised in a mildly acquiescent sort of way, but no systematised effort has been made to develop the re sources or to open up new avenues of employment for the numbers of toilers heretofore dependent on the purely agricultural, mining, and timber in dustries. Seemingly the North has been reserved as an asset which sonld be used when occasi...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 June 1906

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 18. J In the crcminalcour t on Friday, VV. Galder, first mate on the ship Black Bess, was charged with the murder of L. F. Teddux, second mate on the same vessel'. Tire accused made a statement from thedoek to the effect that what had happened was purely an accident. He and the deceased had always been good friends. The jury returned a verdict of man slaughter. Sentence was deferred. Two representatives of a European firm waited on thfe Premier last week and said they were ready to carry out the conversion of the Adelaide tram ways into the electric system. As evidence of their bona fides they were willing to put down £50,000. June 19. At the Adelaide criminal court Justice Hombarg sentenced to six years' imprisonment W. Calder, found guilty of the manslaughter of L. F. Tedonx at Port Pirie.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 June 1906

LOCAL AND GENERAL. BROOME RACES.-Owners and trainers are reminded that nominations for the Flying Handicap,' War ton Stakes, Broome Handicap, Nor'-West District Handicap, and Coronation Handicap close on Monday, July 2, with the .secretary (Mr. C. T. Met calf, Lee chambers, Broome). . . - THE ABORIGINES ACT.-In our article last week on the above subject a mistake was made in stating the penalties under the Act were " a fine not exceeding £20 or imprisonment not exceeding one month." This should have read" not exceeding-J350 or imprisonment' flit' exceeding SIK uionthB." CARNARVON RIFLE CLDB.-This club will bold its initial meeting this afternoon at the range on the old tramline. Shoot ing starts at 2 p.m., the first shot being fired by Mrs. Foss. We have been asked to warn people against walking in the: vicinity of the butts during the shooting. PRESENTATION CONVENT, CARNARVON. We understand that Mr. J. EL Ea'es, F.W.AXA., has been entrusted with the work of designing the building w...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 June 1906

VICTORIA. Melbotjbke, June 18. | At nine o'clock on Saturday some persons threw a bomb in the yard at the rear of the premises occupied by a shopkeeper named Baker, at Ruther glen. The bomb exploded and shat tered the glass of the back windows in Baker's house. No further damage was done. Mr. Jeffrey, a special commissioner of the Board of Trade of England, addressed the council of the Chamber of Commerce last Friday. He said he had visited all the States, and had ac cumulated a deal of: information set ting out the course., of the imports for the past 25 years. He alluded to the difficulties of collecting informa tion owing to the different ways the statistics are kept. June 19. A child aged between two and three years ran against the door of a carriage of the Adelaide express. The door flew open and the child fell out. After some difficulty the mother of the child raised an alarm and the train was stopped. - The child was found sitting up crying, but appar ently uninjured. The cas...

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