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LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
LONDON WOOL SA.LES. The following details of prices realised bj the Northern clips in London at last month's sales were received last mail: Sold by Chas. Balme & Co. O.B. (in diamond}.-4 bales grsy 1st cmbg Is. Ojd., i de. do. 10£d., 11 clthg ll^d., 1 bellies 7$d., 2 1st comeback cmbg Is. Id., 1 crossbred do. Is. l|d., 1 iambs 7$d., 1 bellies 7|d. M. & G., Ella Valla.-7 bales grse cmbg 10£d., 1 mixed 8$d-. 1st lambs 8|d., 2 pes 7d.t 3 do. 6d., 5 bellies 7£d. Mnljie.-3 bales grse cmbg 10£d. Gascoyne, S.6.-8 bates grse 2nd cmbg 10*1., 2 3rd do. 7d.j 3 1st lambs 9$d., 1 2nd do. 7|d. bellies 7£d., 1.locks 5d. Sold by Da Crox, Doxat &. Co. M. Logue.--8 bales cmbg H Is. l§d., 23 dp. do. Is. Id., 11 2nd do. Is. 0|d., 9 pes iOd , 3 bellies 7|d-» 4 locks 5f&lt;L, 3 lambs 9d. : Callagaddy, P. & M.-7 bales 1st cmbg ll£d., 1 do. rnxd 8£d., 4 lambs IOd. H- C., B.-3 bales grse cmbg Is. Id., 2 I bellies and pieces 7d., 1 locks 3d., 1 lambs 8d. Doorawarrah.-2...
GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, Jane 23. | The steamer Gael, which ha6 just arrived from Melbourne, reports that she experienced terrific weather on the 25th of last month. The captain and a sailor boy were drowned. A fire broke ont in the Roman Catholic Cathedral at Nicoletr Canada. St. Joseph's Convent was also des troyed, the damage being estimated at £80,000. A conflict between British troops and natives is reported from the province of Kontagra, in Northern Nigeria. Major Sharpe, the British resident at the place, was seriously wounded. A coining plant has been discovered at Barcelona, Spain. The annual out put of the plant is said to be of the face value of £26,000. Nine arrests have been made. The Government have agreed to appoint a committee representing the Admiralty and the London County Council to inquire if the latter's pro jected electric supply station would injuriousiy affect Greenwich Observ atory. The Orient Steamship Co. is un aware that it has failed to secare the new Austr...
PORT HEDLAND NEWS. PORT HEDLAND, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
PORT HEDL4ND NEWS. PORT HEDL^KD, June 26. Mr. Pigott gave a brief public addresB last Friday night in the Mechanics Insti tute. In the course of his remarks he ex pressed bis gratitude to those electors who had invited him to contest this electorate. He was unable to nominate through not having the support of the goldfielde. Mr. Pigott strongly "ad vised the support of Mr. Hopkins on condition that that gentleman made the Port Hedland-Nullagine railway his main platform, the railway being im perative for the future prospects of the Pil batnv district. A public meeting was held last night to discuss' the contestants for the Pilbarra electorate, Mr. Frank Parker occupying the chair. A resolution was carried that the following message be wired to Mr. Hopkins: " Are you willing to publicly announce that your main platform is the building of the Port Hedland-Nullagine railway, and that in the event of the present Ministry not making a start in this direction within Bix months are yon pre...
THE QUEENSLAND DINNER. LONDON, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
THE QUEENSLAND DINNER. LONDON, JUNE 28. ! The twentieth annual Queensland dinner in London was held yesterday at the Holborn Restaurant. To com memorate the event, souvenirs in the shape of silver caps were presented, one to Sir Horace Tozer (Agent-j General of Queensland), and one to; Sir Games Garrick, who formerly was a Minister when Queensland was a Crown colony, and who also repre sented Queensland in London for some years as Agent-General.
STATE PARLIAMENT. PERTH, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
STATE PARLIAMENT. PERTH, Jane 27. The Legislative Council met yester day. After formal business the Colonial Secretary brought forward a .motion to place on record the esteem of the members for the late President. (Sir George Shenton) and expressing the hope that he would soon regain his health. A Bill to provide for power .to be given to the Fremantle Jockey Clnb to pay certain moneys to the Munici pality of Fremantle and the Jury Act Amendment Bill were introduced and read a first time. The Legislative Assembly met yes terday only for a few minutes. The Premier moved the adjournment of the House as a mark of respect to the memory of. the late Mr. Diamond. The House meets again to-day, when the business according to the. notice board will include a number of notices of motion, the adjourned debate on the Address-in-Reply, and the second reading of the Stock Diseases Bill. Jnne 28. After a number of motions in the Assembly yesterday, Mr. Bath, leader of the Opposition, moved the adj...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
S*JBSCBH»TIOWS (POBTAGK INCLUDKD). £ e. d. One Year 15 0 Six Months ... ... ... 0 12 6 One Quarter ... 0 6 6 To ADTBBTI8EB6. Thb NomBBGN Truss circulate* amongst the .' pastoralists, ' miner*, pearlers, and business people ? of tie whole 2forth, and. therefore trill be found, a first-class medium for adver tisers. Rates for advertising on ap plication.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
SHIPPING. -OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO. LIMITED, AND WEST AUSTRALIAN STEAM NAVIGATIONS). LIMITED. QUICKEST EOUTE TO LONDON via JAVA and SINGA.POEE. SiEAinsniPS. *^JLTAN. MINILYA. 2063 tons. 2744 tons. CAM. P. TOWNLKT. CAPT. E. HICKAKDSON PAROO. CHARON. 2665 torn. 2681 tons. CAPT. A. MILLS. CAPT. I. BELL. Fortnightly Services. SOTJTH. From Singapore. From Carnarvon about MINILYA, June 25 July 8 PAEOO, July 8 July 24 ' SULTAN, July 24 AuguRt 6 CHAEON, Aug. 7 Aug. 22 NORTH. Wram Fremantle. SULTAN, July 1 CHAEON, July 12 MINILYA, July 27 PAEOO, An gust 10 Carnarvon. July 3 July 14 July 29 August 12 These steamers, built especially for tlie trade, are fitted with every modern appliance for the comfort of passengers. JAVA-Large reductions ""^made to families and parties. LONDON.-Through tickets ^ Ensued in conjunction with the P. & 0. Coy., transhipping at Singa pore. Apply to DALGETY & COY., LTD., ; PERTH FREMANTLE GERALDTON -- CARNARVON tV COSSACK and I PORT HEDLAND. : Jfc CLABK ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
IN MEMORIAM. THOMAS.-In loving memory of my dear hasband Alex, who died at Roebourne, July 3rd, 1905. ThuB it is ever with those that are dear, Death coon does sever the dearest ones near. Those that are nearest entwined roond the heart, The ones that are dearest the sooner depart.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
STEWARTS AND LLOYDS, Ld. MANUFACTURERS. Wri°ronht Tubes and Fittings. (BLACK, STEAM, and GALVANIZED). VALVES, STEEL PLATES. FOR WINDMILLS, IRRIGATION WORK, ETC. Immense Stocks on hand covering sizes k" to 12" We deal direct with the consumer. West Australian Offices and Stores: FREMANTLE, High Street. Kalgoorlie, Boulder Rd. THE STOCK OWNERS' ASSOCIATION OF W.A., LIMITED. CAPITAL-£30,000, divided into 30,000 Shares of £1 each. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS: CHARLES HABPEB, ESQ., W. J. BUTCHEB, ESQ., M.L.A., A. R. RICHABBSON, 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...
BOULDER RACES. PERTH, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
BOULDEE RACES. PERTH, Jane 25. The following are the resales for the second day's racing in connection with the Boulder meeting: Oroya Handicap, 6 furlongs -Morning Mist 1, Parvo 2, Toora 3. Time, 1 min. 18 2-5th sec. Ladies' Bracelet, 7 farlongs.-Royal Oat 1, The Pariah 2, Shilling 3. Time, 1 nun. 34 2-5th sees. ? Commonwealth Handicap, It miles. Hatteras 1, May King 2, llildebrand 3. Time, 2 mins. 1 2-5tt sees. : Winter Steeplechase, 2 miles.-King Pin 1, Arondale 2, Brayleigh 3. Time, 4 mins. 38 3-5 sees. After King Pin had been de clared the winner, and while the book makers were paying the fortunate ones, the grey gelding expired. When taken to the stall King Pin showed signs of collapse, and was with difficulty led. He fell down and died on the spot. His trainer states that death was dae to heart disease. K&mballie Handicap, 5| farlongs.-The Enchantear 1, Hopeful 2, Toora 3. Time, 1 min. 12 sees. Farewell Handicap, 1 mile.-Saltillo 1, Green Mountain 2, Mark 3. Time, 1 m...
WOMAN SUFFRAGISTS IN TROUBLE. LONDON, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
WOMAN SUFFRAGISTS IN . TROUBLE. LONDON, Juue 23. | The Misses Kenny and Billington and two otlier woman suffragists were yesterday arrested outside the house of Mr. Asqnith, Chancellor of the Exchequer, for persisting in ringing a bell and demanding a hearing from the Minister. Jane 24. Miss Billington, one of the militant woinan suffragists, was fined £10 yesterday on a charge of assaulting the police. She refused to pay the fine, electing instead to go to Hollo way gaol for two months.
BETTING QUOTATIONS. MELBOURNE, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
BETTING QUOTATIONS. MuTLB'tTENE, Jtme 26. I Florin is a firm favourite for the Grand National Hardies, being backed at 5 to 1 and i to 1. The best offer for Nigel, who was next in demand, was 7 to 1, and no better offer than 8 to 1 was forthcoming for The Shamrock. Bevolt was backed to win .£2.000 or £3,000 at 100 to 5J, Battle snake is quoted at 100 to 7, and The Sun 100 to 5. Bellie and Rearguard are favourites for the Grand National Steeplechase at 7 to 1 each, Bombastes is 10 t> 1, and Syringa 100 to 8. - Jane 28. Florin is still favourite for the Grand National Hurdle Race at 5^ to 1. The Shamrock is quoted at 8 to 1. and Nigel at 10 to 1. Mercury has been backed to win 3,000 at 100 to 3, and 1,400 has been ac cepted about Rattlesnake at 100 to 7. Oblivion is quoted at 100 to 7, Battery 100 to 5, The Sun 100 to 6, and Bevolt 100 to 5.
PENNY POSTAGE. LONDON, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
PENNY POSTAGE. LonDoh, June 22. In the House of Commons daring tlie discaesion on the postal vote, Mr. J. Henniker Heaton, Conservative member for Canterbury, disputed the estimate by Mr. Sydney Buxton, the Postmaster-General, that the initial loss to the postal department which would ;be involved" by the adoption of the principle of universal penny postage . would ,amoaet to half a million sterling.' Mi*. Heaton stated he believed this loss would not exceed £125,000.
RACING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
RACING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 26. | The Canterbnry Park races were held on Saturday last, and the results were: Hurdle B-ace, 2 miles.-Ballalaba 1, Oliver 2, Mercury 3. Time, 4 min. 5} sec. Stewards' Mile.-Hercules 1, Neirbo 2, Nouseen 3. Time, 1 min. 46£ sec. Canterbnry Handicap, 1} miles.-Byton 1, Grafton Lad 2, Scapegrace 3. Time, 2 min. 131 sec. Welter Mile.-Sleeper 1, Louhino 2, Cairngorm 3. Time, 1 min. 47 sees.
VICTORIAN RACING. MELBOURNE, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
VICTORIAN RA.CING. MELBOURNE, June 26. ] The following are the results of the Williamstown races: Williams town Steeplechase, 2£ rriles. Divhatn 1, Abdallah 2, fiellis 3. Time, 4 min. 51£ sees. Point Cork Handicap, 1 mile.-Man us 1, Refcrencher 2, MaUinrook 3. Time, 1 min. 41 sees. ASPENDALE PARK MEETING. MELBOURNE, Jane 27. Time Handicap Trot, 1£ miles.-Thnr low -1, Lord Harold 2, Goldspray 3. Time, 3 min. 31 sec. Trial Handicap, fire furlongs.-Brian Born 1, Simmer 2, La Siesta 3. Time, 1 min. 4 sec. Hurdle Race, two miles.-The Son 1, Nigel 2, Levin ua 3. Time, 3 min. 53 sec. Aspendale Park Handicap, one mile. Haphazard 1, Aggressor 2, Maltese 3. Time, 1 min. 46§ sec. Steeplechase, two miles.-The General 1, Corsair 2, The Barber 3. Time, 4 min. 3 sec. Aspendale Plate, six furlongs.-Zoraya 1, Riversdele 2, Lance 3. Time, 1 min. 18J sec. Aspendale Purse, six furlongs.-La Siesta 1, Yarrabee 2, Apex 3. Tune, 1 min. 19 sec.
AMERICAN MEAT PACKING ' SCANDAL. LONDON, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
AMERICAN MEAT PACKING * ^ ' SCANDALS. LONDON, June 22. j Mr. J. B-. Mann, speaking in the American House of Representatives in support of the Pure Food Bill, dis closed fresh . hoirors in connection lyith the adulteration of pepper, olive oil, and other articles. He exhibited a tottle containing cherries which he said had been picked green and had been dyed a bright red. Analyne taken from the bottle dyed a piece of cloth the colour of scarlet. The contents of a bottle labelled " pure honey" consisted entirely of glucose, a dead bee being inserted in order to deceive the public. Mr. Mann also showed certain patent . medicines which contained opium and cocaine and were largely responsible for the alarming increase in the opium and cocaine habit. A notorious anarchist named Seara njelli h®8 been arrested at Pisa, Italy. Searamelli at the time of his arrest was journeying on a train in which were also King Victor Emmanuel and Qiieen Helen, who were journeying to open a hospital.
Cablegrams. RUSSIA. LONDON, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
Cablegrams. * RUSSIA. LONDON, Jane 23. Portion of the garrison at Sebasto pol seized three gans, bat the muti neers were disarmed without fighting. The governor of the prison of Kovro, who was very unpopular, was wounded in a bomb explosion. The deputy-governor was seriously hart in the same explosion. - Thousands of Russian Jews are fleeing towards An stria and^Germanj. . A party of Russians at Tigi!, Kam schatka, in Eastern Siberia, murdered ten out of eighteen members of the crew of a Japanese schooner. They retained the eight survivors .as slaves, maltreating and almost starving them. A general strike will be com menced at Lodz, Poland, on the anni versary of the revolutionary disturb ances in that city last year. The women of Georgia, in the Russian Caucasus, have appealed to the women of free countries to raise a jjand: of Stoics and prevent the Cos - sacks from brutally outraging, the honour ' bf their' womanhood. Thev 'declare that girls ten years of age died after having be...
FIGHTING WITH REBEL KAFFIRS. LONDON, June 23 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
FIGHTING WITH REBEL KAFFIRS. LONDON, Jane 23. A recrudescence of rebellion has taken piace at Mopanulo, where the white population have formed a laager. It is estimated that 1,200 Zulus were killed in the Natal native re bellion. Six hundred aud fifty-eight rebels surrendered. June 28. Five hundred Natal native rebels, charging down a hill, fiercely attacked Colonel Leuchar's column. - The enemy were repulsed, sixty being killed.
CORONATION OF THE KING OF NORWAY. LONDON, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 June 1906
CORONATION OF THE KING OF NORWAY. LONDON, May 23. King Haikon VII. and Queen Mand of Norway were crowned at -Trondh jem, the ancient capital of Norway, where up to the year 1814 the Nor weigan kings were crowned. The ceremony was attended by the Prince and Princess of Wales, Prince Henry of Prussia, the Russian Grand Duke Michael, and other members of reign ing houses. The proceedings were characterised by. enthusiasm ;oq the part of the populace. . -