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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 June 1906
STEWARTS MID LLOYDS, Ld. MARTUFA.CTURER.S. Wri°ronht Tubes and Fittings. (BLACK, STEAM, and GALVANIZED). VALVES, STEEL PLATES. FOR WINDMILLS, IRRIGATION WORK, ETC. Immense Stocks oo hand covering sizes i" to 12" We deal direct with the consumer. \ West Australian Offices and Stores: 1 FREMANTLE, High Street. Kalgoorlie, Boulder Ed. ! THE STOCK OWNERS' ASSOCIATION OF W.A., LIMITED. CAPITAL-£30,000, divided into 30,000 Shares of £1 each. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS: j CHARLES HABPBB, ESQ., W. J. BUTCHER, ESQ., M.L.A., A. R. RICHARDSON, ESQ. BANKERS: Union Bank of Australia, Ltd., Perth. 1 SECRETARY : W. SCHRODER, 276 St. George's Terrace, Perth. IT is intended that the operations of this Company shall in the first place be j confined mainly to endeavouring to secure some rednction of freights and in surance on Wool, Merchandise, and Lire Stock, and the purchasing or indenting of goods on commission as required by shareholders. Profits to be divided amongst shareholders pro rata and by rebat...
LONDON WOOL SALES. DETAILED RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 June 1906
LONDON WOOL SALES. DETAILED EETTJBNS. The following details of prices realised by Northern clips sold at the wool sales la London last month were received by the last mail: Sold by Jacomb, Son & Co. J. F., Daiiy Creek.-2 bales grs cmbg 10d., 30 lambs 8Jd., 1 ecrd pes Hid. Sold by H. P. Hughes & Sons. Yanyeareddy.-13 bales gr&y cmbg Hid., 7 lambs 9d.f 8 do. 8|d.. 4 1st pes 9&d-» 2 2nd do. 6d., 1 scrd do. 9d. J. fit., Talobia.-46 bales grsy cmbg lid., 4 pes 7sd Muccan.-1 bale grsy cmbg 9£d., 3 grsy 9d" 2 pes and beilies 9d. . ' * ' Yalbalgo, C. & If.-& bales gray cmb hgts Is., 8 1st cmbg lljd., 2 2nd do. 10d" 3 lambs 9Jd., 1 let pes 10$d., 2 bellies and pes 8£d. Mogrie.-1. bale grsy cmbg lid., 13 lambs 9d" 2 do. 7jd., 3 do. dgd 6£d., I do. 2 pes lid., 1 do. bellies and pes 9d., ? do. locks 6d. . H (in triangle).-9 bales grsy fleece Is. 2d., 4 fine crossbred Is. OJd., 1 locks mxd 5H
Cablegrams. RUSSIA. LONDON, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 June 1906
Cablegrams. » EUSSIA. LONDON, June 15. j Economic strikes have began at Kertcb, Odessa, and Tula, also in many other provincial towns in Russia. Two thousand peasants yesterday tried to stop the Sebastopol-St. Petersburg railway express, but failed. They broke the windows of many carriages. During an encounter between the rioters and police at Bielostock sub sequent to a bomb-throwing incident, a raid was made on Jewish shops. : Many persons were killed and injured, i j»nd the ringleaders of the riot were ^pirrested. Ill the Russian Duma yesterday violent speeches were indulged in. Several members accused the Govern ment of instigating the recent mas sacre of Jews at Bielostock, Poland, the object being to arouse race hatred. Ultimately the Chamber decided to send three members to the scene of the massacre to investigate the cause of the outbreak. Already a commission appointed by the Dnma is enquiring iuto adminis tration and certain alleged illegal acts. Rioting at Bielostock was ...
AMERICAN MEAT SCANDALS. LONDON, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 June 1906
AMERICAS' MEAT SCANDALS. LONDON, June 15. j The Prussian Minister for Agri culture states that Germany was aware for a long time of the Chicago .meat horrors, which have only lately found their way into the.newspapers. He adds that Germany Tefrained from denouncing the American meat pack ers, bat protected its own people. . President Roosevelt objects to the amendments made in the Meat In spection Bill by the committee of the House of J8«presentatives, because they do not provide for the inspection .of meat at all hours of the day and might, and because they empower the .courts to review inspectors' decisions. Mr. Boosevelt declares he is deter :mined io secure adequate legislation, .even if an extra session of Congress is inecessary. £ The guardians of the Ecnlcoates "Workhouse were recently informed lay their medical officer that 35 cases «of sickness had occurred at the work IIOUSB as the result of eating Argentine frozen! meat, six cases proving fatal. A committee of inquiry has...
PORT HEDLAND RACES. NOMINATIONS. PORT HEDLAND, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 June 1906
POET HEDLAND RACES. NOMINATIONS. POET HEDLAKD, June 22. The following are the entries for the Port Hedland races, which are to be held on July 4 and 5: Town and Country Plate. My Queen Darkey Larnm Silver mine Flying Handicap. Daybreak Trouble Pebble False Alarm Volcano Broncho Long Tom Onward Tantalite Stakes. My Queen Beeswax Silvermine Laruui Darkey Yule Plate. Princess Louise Daybreak St. Helena Stockman's Purse. Princess Louise My Queen Beeswax Darkey St. Helena Silvermine Councillor Port Hedland Handicap. Daybreak Trouble Pebble False Alarm Volcano Long Torn Onward Wodgina Flutter. Princess Louise My Queen Beeswax Silvermine Councillor L&rum Tin fields Plate. My Queen Beeswax St. Helena Councillor Darkey
MUNICIPAL. CARNARVON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 June 1906
MUNICIPAL. CARNARVON. The regular fortnightly meeting of this council was held on Tuesday last, there being present: The Mayor (Mr. G. Baston). Crs. D. Matheson, G. Atkinson, and H. Hearn. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed after Cr. Hearn had queried a motion with regard to the water supply, but which he was advised by the Mayor to bring forward at a latter stage in the meeting. CORRESPONDENCE. From J. A. Morrell, stating he had re ceived notice from the council that-his services as caretaker of the windmills would not be required after the end of the present month, and that £4/0 per year would be deducted from, his salary. He pointed ont that this was a large deduction to make, , especially considering the extra work which was necessitated in connection with the common owing to the dry season, and asked the council if it could not see its way clear to alter the decision previously arrived at. Prom W. F. Cole, secretary of Carnar von Bifiu Club, thanking th...
SPORTING. KALGOORLIE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 June 1906
SPORTING. KALGOORLIE EACES. PERTH, June 18. The racing at Kalgooi-lie on Saturday was most successful, bat the day's sport .was marred by an unfortunate accident to the popular jockey J. R. FJynn. Flynn had a mount on Luke in the Ma.rita.na Plate, and in the bustle for places round the turn his horse stumbled and fell. Flynn had his leg broken in two places below the knee, and wae taken to the hospital. The results were: Ramballie Hurdles, 2 miles.-Corringle 1, King Pin 2, Seria 3. Time, 4 min. 13 S0C8. Maritana Plate, 5J furlongs.-Man-o' War 1, Sample 2, The Bee 3. Time, 1 min. 15f sees. Anniversary Handicap, 1} miles.-The Snail 1. May King 2, Bivalve 3. Time, 2 min. 2l£ sees. Maritana Purse, 5| furlongs.-Wayerley 1, La Grande 2, Scotland Star 3. Time, 1 min. 16J sec. Go'dfielis Handicap, 6 furlongs.-Acorn 1, Aqua 2, Shilling 3. Time, 1 min. 25 sees. Farewell Handicap, 7 furlongs.-Rowley Onslow 1, Milnar 2, Combat 3. Time, 1 min. 38 sees.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 June 1906
Gascoyne Racing Club. ANNUAL MEETING Of the above Club will be held at CARNARVON on Monday & Wednesday, OCTOBER 29 and 31, 1906. PATRONS: Sir E. H. Wittenoom, M.L.C., and R. F. Sholl, Esq., M.L.C. PRESIDENT: W. J. Batcher, Esq., iff T, A. COMMITTEE : Messrs. P. Macnish, J. A. Morrell, H. B. Geyer, W. G. lies, P. Ryan, D. J. Hear man, H. Campbell', J* McCarthy, C. Pane, and J. W. Laverty. STEWARDS : Messrs. D. J. Hearman, P. Ryan, J. W. Laverty, H. Campbell, j! McCarthy, P. Macnish, and C. Fane. PROGRAMME: FIRST DAY. 1.-GASCOYNE PLATE, of 25 SOVB., second horse to receive 5 GOVS, out of the stoke. Weight for age. Open only to horses bred in the Gascoyne and Ashborton Magisterial Districts, who have not won an advertised race of the value of .£10 or over. Entrance 25s. One mile. To start at 11.30 a.m. 2.-MINIXYA HANDICAP, of 30 sovs., second horse to receive 5 sovs. out of the stake. Nomination with fee of 15s. to be in the hands of the secretary by 4 p.m.. of Saturday, 29th S...
RACING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 June 1906
RACING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE. June 18. I The Fort Adelaide races were held at Cheltenham Park on Sstarday, and the results were: Hurdles, 2 miles.-Prospero 1, Laitiere 2, Blum berg 3. Time, 5 min. ll£ sec. Port Adelaide Cup, 1 mile.-Enigma 1, Felicita 2, Shell Storm 3. Time, 1 min. 46 3-5th sec. Steeplechase, 2 miles 3 furlongs.-Swivel 1, Coal Box 2, EmpresB 3. Time, 5 min. 17 l-5th sees. Cheltenham Park Handicap, 5 furlongs. :-Fortune Teller 1, Doree 2, Lottie 3. Time, 1 min. 5 l-5th sec.
BOULDER RACES. PERTH, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 June 1906
BOULDER EACES. 1'EETH, Jane 20. | The first day of the Boulder Race Club s -winter meeting was held on Wednesday, and the results were as follows: Hainault Hurdle Bace, 2 miles.-Leonatus 1, Seria 2, Coromandel 3. Time, 4 min. 5 2-5th sees. Tramway Plate, 6 furlongs.-Enchan teur 1, The Bee 2. Time, 1 tnin. IS 2-5th sees. June Handicap, 1 mile 1 furlong.-May King 1, Cairo 2, Rowley Onslow 3. Time, '2 inin. 9 4-5th sees. Flying Welter, 7 furlongs.-The Pariah 1, Bivalve 2, Agnostic 3. Time, 1 ruin. 34 3-5th Bees. Tramway Purse, 6 furlongs.-Waverley 1, Perfect 2, Spinifex 3. Time, 1 min. 19 4-5th sec. Perseverance Handicap, 1 mile.-The Point 1, Merryman 2, Combat 3. Time, 1 min. 49 sees.
DERBY NEWS. A SILVER LODE DISCOVERED. A DRY SEASON. DERBT, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 June 1906
DERBY NEWS. A SILVER LODE DISCOVERED. A DRY SEASON. DERBY, Jane 16. The recent discoveries of silver and lead are causing some excitement here. The Narlarla Hills Silver and Lead Mining Company's property is situated 90 miles from Derby on the Barker River, where the same cuts the Napier Range. Mr. J. H. Grant, on behalf of the company, has taken up five leases of 48 acres each. Grant's Nor'-West Prospecting Com pany have two leases similar in size to the above and adjoining them. The lode out crops in three places, extending about 2,500 feet in length.- - The lode then dips under the alluvial and cannot be traced there. It is from 20 to 30 feet wide at the outcrop, and gave an assay value of 50 &nbsp; per cent lead, 8 per cent copper, and 10 &nbsp; ounces silver on an average. The belt of &nbsp; mineral country extends from Mt. Broome to Collier Bay, between the Napier Bange and Leopold Bange. &nbsp; &nbsp; Grant's Nor'-West Company are send ...
GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
GENERAL MEETING. A general meeting of members of the Kifle Club was held at the Settlers' Hotel on Saturday evening, there being a fair attendance, over which Mr. Baston (presi dent of the club) presided. The captain of the club made a state ment in which he gave particulars of the work done, including the satisfactory manner in which Mr. Stanstnore had made the targets, and gave hint® to members concerning, the working of the clab. He stated that £33 would cover the cost of the targets, mound*, &c. The election of officers resulted in the following gentlemen being appointed: Patron: Mr. W. J. Butcher, M.L.A.; President: Mr. G. Baston; Vice-Presi dents : Messrs. C. D. V. Foss, J. H. Mans field, H. G. Lefroy and P. Macnish; Cap tain : Mr. W. G. nes; Vice-Captain: Dr. Hickinbotham; Secretary: Mr. W. F. Cole; Treasurer: Mr. H. B. Geyerj Com mittee: Messrs. W. Raymond, W. E. Irvine, G. H. Baston, J. James, G. Atkin son; Auditors: Messrs. H. Atkinson and S. L. Curlewis; Scorer: M...
CARNARVON RIFLE CLUB. OPENING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
CARNARVON RIFLE CLUB. + OPENING MEETING. Though mooted some eight oc nine months ago, it was not until last Saturday that the Carnarvon Rifle Club held its initial meeting. The delay in holding the first firing was unavoidable, as a great deal of correspondence with the Military Department was necessary before the effort8 made by the energetic captain and committee could take concrete form. Papers had to be signed, rifles and am munition to be procured, and the range Becured and fitted up with targets and mounds. The delays which occurred, how ever, bare fortunately not had the effect of decreasing the interest taken in the club, and judging by the number of enthusiastic members it should have a long life. The official opening of the range took place on Saturday afternoon, a large number of ladies gracing the Bcene with their prfesence. The President of the club (Mr. B as ton) made a few remarks in which he urged on all present the necessity for hating a citizen army, the members of...
SOUTHERN NEWS. PERTH, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
SOUTHERN NEWS. PEBTH, Jane '25. MH A. J: Diamond, M.L.A., died at half-past eleven on Friday night. His funeral took place yesterday after noon, when there was a large attend ance, inclading the Premier, Ministers, and the Governor's private secretary. June 26. Mr. Underwood has been selected to contest the Pilbarra election in the Labonr interest. Ministerial sop porters favour the nomination of Mr. J. M. Hopkins ior the seat. In the Kalgoorlie court, before Justice Burnside, Charles Cow per claimed £1,000 damages, for alleged negligence resulting in tne death of bis wife, from Dr. Leger Erson. As the pleadings were incomplete, the case has been adjourned to the next session. Mr. W. A. Murphy announces that he will be a candidate for the South Fremantle seat rendered vacant by the death of Mr. Diamond. Between twelve o'clock on Sunday night and seven yesterday morning thieves entered the residence of Mr. H. W. B. Brooke, manager for J. J. Tax ford & Co., Buubury, and robbed...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Jane 24. A meeting attended by 400 persons, mostly women, was held at Monnt Gambier yesterday. It was decided to ask the Premier to apologise for the speech he recently made there. The meeting resolved to ask the .trustees of the local institute to re riiove the name of Mr. Price from the fonndation stone of the building. It was stated it, would be a lasting dis grace to leave his name on after the malicious sentiments Mr. Price had nttered concerning the women of the district. Jnne 26. The Government figures confirm the earlier estimates concerning the wheat harvest. From 1,710,376 acres 20.143,798 bushels were taken, the increased yield being 8,120,606 bush els. The average is 11.78 bushels per acre.
The Northern Times. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1906. CLOSER SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
The Matthnn draws. PASTORAL,, MINING AND PEABLINQ NEWS. SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1906. CLOSER SETTLEMENT. A PHRASE -which is becoming increasingly popular in Australia just now is that which forms the heading to this article. Seeing that the Commonwealth, with an area of 1,902,660,240 acres, has a population of about 4,000,000 only, the necessity for hav ing a greater population is obvious. The manner in which extra population is to be secured has and is now engaging the attention of the various State Govern ments, and healthy rivalry exists amongst them in holding out tempting baits to wily immigrants who are undecided whether to pin their faith to the land of the Southern Cross, to the Stars and Stripes of the United States, or to the latter's great rival, Canada. Though Australia has such an immense area, her arable tracts are ton fined, whilst of the balance the best of the pastoral country within easy distance of the sea board has already been taken up, necessitating new comers wishi...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, June 24. A fortnight: ago wo of fonr desert ers from the Russian ship Ocean were arrested by a constable at Qneenscliff. They were taken by detectives to the ship yesterday morning, bat subse quently they nnd,% third man went ashore in the captain's gig and dis appeared. " v Jnne 26. Fourteen men, farming part of the Warrnambool battery of Australian Field Artillery,have. - been dismissed forr being absent fr6m* the Laneefield encampment at Easter. June 27. The sum of £38,000 is in arrears under orders by courts for the mainte nance of neglected children. The Auditor-General directed the attention of the Premier to : the matter, and the latter has approved: of drastic action being taken to collect, the arrears. About two hundred unemployed assembled before the gates of the State Parliament House . and hooted the Governor on hisarrival to open Parlia ment and upon his departure. After the Governor bad gone the guests 'began . to 'come- ?oufe Archbishop Clarke gaz...
STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of news intended for publication in this column will be gladly received.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of news intended for publication in this column will be gladly received.] A Sydney telegram, dated Jane 25, states: " The annual, Balis of stud sheep were commenced to-day, buyers being present from the-other States qod New Zealand. 1,376 pedigree pure bred Shrop shire were catalogued. A start was made with eweH on account ,of A. E. Mansell, of Tasmania, and 11 were sold for an average of J635 2s. 6d..; the top price being 40 guineas. A similar - number from Park 'Farm, Tasmania, averaged £20 6s. 7d. A feature of the sale was the dispersal of the historic English flock .belonging to Mr. H. Williams, of Tasmania. The values realised were satisfactory, and an average of .£29 9s. 6d. was obtained. 58 were sold up to 70 guineas, and 17 young ewes averaged JB17 5s. lOd. For.rams from the stud £40 ; was received. Hondroyd, the head sire of the flock, went to E. Duffet, of Victoria, for 185 guineas." Messrs. Bobiason & Co., of Ccongan station, via Por...
INTER-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
INTER-STATE NEWS. » NEW. SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 24. J An Alexandria electric tramcar got beyond control on a steep declivity between Young-street and Circular Quay. It crashed into a standing. tram, and both cars were thrown off the line. Four persons were injured,. A gardener at Bay-'View named Bernard Crosby had a quarrel with - Mrs. . Webb, the keeper of a dairy. Crosby flred revolver shots through the front and back doors, a man employed by Mrs. Webb receiving a bullet in the leg. Crosby was taken in charge by the police. Parliament opens on Tuesday. The Labour Party will meet in caucus on Tuesday morning, and it is certain that a vote of censure will be sub mitted. The police made a raid on a sus pected Chinese gambling house in Castlereagh-street. Three Celestials and nineteen Europeans were found on the premises. In connection with the destructive fire at.Molong a sensational statement has been made to tlie police." The outbreak occurred at Downey & Co.'s drapery e...