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ONSLOW NOTES. DEATH OF MR. M. FREDRIKSON ONSLOW, July 9 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 July 1906

ONSLOW NOTES. DEATH OF ME. M. PEEDEIKSON ONSLOW, July 9 His manj friends, especially in Boe bourne, Ooss«,ck and Onslow, will regret to heat of the death of Mr.' Marcos Fredrikson, who died in Onslow on the 5th inst&ntr Mr. Fredrikson. had been in the North-West for the last eighteen years, most of which time he spent pearling, and was a partner in and manager for the Westward Pearling and Trading Company

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 July 1906

LOCAL AND GENERAL. THE SCHOONER RESCUE.-We are asked to mention that Captain Iverson is now acting as Carnarvon agent for the schooner Rescue. GOVERNMENT ^LAND SALE.-A land sale will take place at the Court-house at eleven o'clock next Wednesday, when town blocks NOB. 301 and 302 will be sub mitted for public competition. LOCAL COURT.-On Thursday morning the only case heard at the local court was one in which Ah Kan (represented by Mr. Ewing) sued Morishima for £31, money lent. Judgment was entered for the amount claimed, with costs. SIRES PRODUCE STAKES.-Country (and town) owners of horses are reminded that nominations of sires for the Sires Produce Stakes to be run at the forthcoming meet ing of the Gat coyne Racing Club mast be in the hands of the secretary (Mr. W. Newman) by 4 p.m. on Wednesday. August THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT.-In reply to a telegram from the Mayor, a x&eBBage was recieved by. the latter gentleman from the Governor's private secretary stating that His Excell...

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HELENA VALE RACES. PERTH, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 July 1906

HELENA YALE RACES. Peeth, July 9. | The following were the results of the races held at Helena Vale on Saturday: - Jumpers' Flat Bace, 1£ miles.-Burraneer 1, Coromandel 2, Exchange 3. Time, 2 min. 15 sec. Winter Plate, 5i furlongs.-Duke 1, The Bee 2, Soldene 3. Time, 1 min. 10 sec. Galloway Handicap, five furlongs. Hopeful 1, Maggie Moore 2, Snowdrop 3. Time, 1 min. 55 sec. July Handicap, one mile.-Hurley Burley 1, Smith 2, Mariner 3. Time, 1 min. 43 2-5 th sec. Winter Purse, 5J furlongs.-Bluff 1, Spinifex 2, Floando 3. Time, 1 min. 11 tec. High-weight Handicap, six furlongs. Naughty l, Aqua 2, Mj Queen 3. Time, 1 min. 18 sec. T. Hayward, the Surrey profes sional cricketer, is continuing to show brilliant form this season. Against Derby he scored 144, and in his next match, against Warwickshire, 208. TTi* aggregate for the season is 2,140, and average 851 .

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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 July 1906

GENERAL NEWS. LONDOK,. July 7. j Persian troops repulsed 1,000 Turks who were attempting to seize a point on 4ihe Persian frontier. The Turkish losses were considerable. The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge has granted £1,000 to the Dunedin Cathedral fund. The arbitrator to whom the matter was referred has arranged that the Straits Settlements Government is to pay the Singapore Dock Company £3,307,280. The Great Western Railway Co. has successfully tested a new audible ! signal which it is proposed to sub stitute for the risible signal. The apparatus will be fixed to the track and will communicate with the engine by ringing a bell when the line is clear and by blowing a whistle if the line is blocked. The Board of Trade has formulated a scheme for supplying and training men for the British mercantile marine. July 9. The third-class cruiser Promotheus, now at HoDgkong, will be recom ? missioned in September for service on the Australian station. .. Terrific storms .are Repor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 July 1906

EDWARD MCCRAY & CO. SYDNEY. ARTESIAN and MINERAL Boring Contractors. Artesian Boring' expeditiously carried out , at reasonable rates. Irrigating Plants and Pumping Machinery of ereiy description supplied. Quotations furnished on application to J. A. DAVIS, West Australian Representative. Postal address: Carnarvon. FRESH FISH. CHARLIE, THE JAP, begs to notify that be is supplying Fresh Fish every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. SALT and SMOKED FISH always on hand. Salt Fish, 4s. fid. doz.; 5d. each. Smoked Fish, Ss. 6d. doz.; 6d. each. Country orders receive prompt attention. Steamers supplied with Fresh Fish. Fall particulars on application to W. TUENOCK, Carnarvon. NOTE.-No agents employed. All fish delivered personally by W. Turnock. CARNARVON BAKERY. J. S. MILES, Sole Proprietor. OEDEES TAKEN FOE ALL KINDS OF CAKES AND CONF ECTIONEEY. SHIPPING SUPPLIED. CAST nuns TO YANKEE TOWN DAILY. JS. MILES wishes to announce that . he has purchased the Bakery Busi ness lately carried...

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SIR JOHN MADDEN HONORED. LONDON, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 July 1906

SIR JOHN MADDEN HONORED. LONDON,. July 11. | A reception wa6 tendered yesterday to Sir John Madden (Chief Justice of Victoria) and Lady Madden at the Hotel Cecil, London. The guests numbered 300, and included the Agents-General for the Colonies, Mr. W. P. Reeves (High Commissioner of Hew Zealand), the Earl and Countess ' Dartrey, Lord a,nd Lady Brassey, Mr." Winston Churchill, Sir Geo. Syden ham and Lady Clarke, Sir J. A. and \ Lady Cockburu, Sir Lucas and Lady Tooth, and Commander Collins. . .

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A JUDGE'S ACTIONS CRITICISED. LONDON, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 July 1906

A JUDGE'S ACTIONS CRITIC ISED. LONDON, July /. xhe Government, in consequence of a memorial signed by 347 members of the House of Commons, granted a day for the discussion of a motion by Mr. Swift McNeil, Nationalist member for South Donegal, censuring Mr. Justice Grantham for his conduct in connec tion with the Yarmouth election petition held in May last. Mr. Balfonr deprecated any action which would lead to the House of Commons becoming a court of appeal for election petitions. The Attorney-General (Sir John Walton) and the Prime Minister (Sir Henry Campbel 1-Bannerman ) deplored Mr. Justice Grantham's demeanour, judicial indiscretions, and intemperate partisanship, bnt argued that he was honest and straightforward. The motion was withdrawn. July 9. The Times and several Unionist journals imply that it is desirable that Mr. Justice Grantham should accept a pension. .

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SOUTH AFRICAN POLITICS. LONDON, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 July 1906

SOUTH AFRICA# POLITICS. LONDON, JULJ 7. I ^Boiha, speaking at a meefc i'eld sirnder tbe auspices of the filfttvolk" at Heidelberg, said if the ^Hetvolk parly 6ecared a majority at ( the elections -they sboaid join, with f the English ^moderates in forming a Government. The Transvaal mast no longer be ral«d t>J the rich for the rich, bat,by the farming population for the farming* popn/ation. Reuter^fi coireepondent at Johannes burg states the Government's repat riation policy has been received there with imperturbability. It is not anticipated that it will affect the supply of labour. July 9. C. Lpni* Botha, speaking on {Satur day at Heidelberg, Transvaal, insisted that the British Government shonld }eav£$be whites in South Africa to ^ttle the South African native diffi culty. Mr. Smuts, one of the Boer irrecon filables, in the conrse of a speech delivered at Heidelberg on Saturday, stated the only chance of the Trans vaal repudiating the £30,000,000 war t^fbt lay in keeping the p...

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FIGHTING WITH REBEL KAFFIRS. LONDON, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 July 1906

FIGHTING WITH REBEL KAFFIRS. LONDON, July 7. | Besides the losses inflicted upon Misini's impi by Capt. Barker, and the casualties the natives sus tained in the attack upon Capt. .Campbell's convoy, a further 600 rebels have been killed in recent fighting. Mr. C. J. Smythe (Premier of Natal) declares that the troops now in the field are sufficient to cope with the rebellion. The European murdered at Misini's kraal was Oliver Veal, an inspector of works. July 9. Colonel Mackenzie, Colonel Leu chars, and Colonel Wools Sampson, with 2,000 troops including native levies, completely surrounded : and defeated an impi belonging to the XJmvoti force of rebels. Five hundred and forty-seven rebels were killed, a few only escaping. There were no casualties among the white troops. Increasing unrest is reported among the natives in South Africa. Five hundred assegais and knob knerries were seized in native compounds near the Band mines. It is regarded as significant that many Kaffir house " boys...

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NEW ZEALAND'S P.M.G, IN THE UNITED STATES. LONDON, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 July 1906

NEW ZEALAND'S P.M.G, IN THE UNITED STATES. LONDON, July 7. j Sir Joseph Ward, Postmaster General of New Zealand, who has been on a. visit to President Roosevelt at Oyster Bay, was conveyed to Saga more Hill (the summer residence of the President), in the latter's car riage. Sir Joseph lunched with the President. Being interviewed at Oyster Bay, Sir Joseph Ward referred to New Zealand's supplies of gum and wool. He stated the colony was able to make without reference to Great Britain a reciprocal agreement with the United States under which the latter country could import from New Zea land the products mentioned. Sir Joseph said he was prepared to take the preliminary steps and on his departure to leave the matter in the hands of the British Embassy, The leading . New York editors entertained Sir Joseph Ward at lun cheon at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Sir Joseph discussed with the principal citizens of New Tork the question of reciprocity based on the exchange of natural products betw...

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STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of News. intended for publication in this column will be gladly received.] DEGREY DISTRICT NOTES. DEGREY RIVES, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 July 1906

STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of lem. intended for publication in tki« colsiu will be gladly received.]] DeGEEY DISTRICT NOTES. DBGBEY BIVEE, Jane 25. Most of the stations in this district had i a fair amount of rain last summer. Several of them, including Warrawagine, Muccan, Yarrie, Coongan, Mt. Edgar, and Warralong have not looked better for some years, feed being plentiful and stock all in fine condition, consequently a good clip is anticipated and a good crop of lambs has been marked. During the first week in this month we had a nice general rain, from three to five inches being registered at the different stations. The annual meeting of the DeGrey Amateur Bace Club was held this year at Muccan, and was a great uuccess as usual. The dauca given after the race meeting was thoroughly enjoyed, there being some thirty or more ladios present, all in their best war paint. That this district is in a very properous state none can doubt-the increasing trade through Port Hedland being c...

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BROOME RACES. WEIGHTS. BROOME. July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 July 1906

BROOME RACES. WEIGHTS. BROOME. July 12. The following are the weights for the handicap events to be ran at Broome on August 7 and 9: Flying Handicap, 6 furlong*. at. & st. & Breakaway... 12 3 Lightheart ... 9 3 Merryman ... 12 .3 Zoe 8 10 Fatae Alarm 11 6 Volcano ... 8 9 Kosciusko ... 10 12 Daybreak ... 8 4 C.R. 10 0 My Queen ... 8 0 Kingbolt ... 9 3 Broome Handicap, li miles. st. 16 i st. 16 Merryman ... 12 7 C.B.. ... ... 9 12 Breakaway... 12 3 Lightheart ... 9 4 Silvermine ... 12 0 Kingbolt ... 9 1 False Alarm 11 6 Volcano ... 8 4 Kosciusko ... 10 5 Daybreak ... 8 0 War ton Stakes, 6 farlonga. st. fc st. lb Silvermine ... 11 7 Zoe ... ... 8 4 False Alarm 11 0 Volcano ... 8 1 Kosciusko ... 10 5 Daybreak ... 7 10 C.R. ... ..9 7 My Qneen ... 7 4 Kingbolt ... 8 10 Her Ladyship 7 0 Lightheart ... 8 10 Coronation Handicap, 7 furlongs. st. 16 et. ft Silvermine ... 11 4 Volcano ... 7 10 Kosciasko 10 i Daybreak _7 ? s5 C.E 9 4 My Queen ... 7 1 Lightheart ... 8 6 Satirist 7...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 July 1906

MESSRS. BA.STON & CO. advise that they hare nowvon the road ureal teams loaded with goods destined for their Branch Store at the Junction. Mr. Xicol will be stationed at the Junction for a few weeks, when the management will be given to Mr. J. BL Staton. Business operations will commence on 21st July. Preparations have been made for stocking a consider able quantity of assorted goods, BO that residents of the Gascoyne will have facili ties for purchasing their requirements in stead of journeying to the Fort. Plans are being prepared for erecting a stone store and dwelling. The post office authorities have been approached with the object of having an office at the place for receiving and delivery of mails, etc. We under stand that Messrs. Bastion & Co. ate mak ing arrangements for a wheelwright and blacksmith to commence operations.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 July 1906

A GRAND BALL will be held at the MASONIC HALL, on THURSDAY, JULY 19. Refreshments witt be provided, including Sapper, Immediately after Sapper, while the guests are still seated, an elaborate Ma^ic Lantern Exhibition will be given, when about 200 SLIDES WILL BE SHOWN, including .some Funny Local Sketches after which Dancing will be resumed. Both Halls . will be engaged and no ex pense will be spared to make the affair a success. Tickets will shortly be on sale. Ladies 3s.; Gentlemen 5s. J. S. MILES, Promoter. HIGH-CLASS DENTISTRY Latest American Methods. DR. E. C. DRAKE j (University of Pennsylvania, U.S^A.j, | May be consulted at the CARNARVON HOTEL, ON AND AFTI5K MONDAY, JULY 23. Teeth Carefully Extracted. - Artificial Teeth on the Latest and Most Up-to-date Principles. NOTE.-Dr. Drake is remaining in Car narvon until August 7. Carnarvon Coach Factory P. T. BATTY, SOLE PBOFBIETOB. Work done in all branches of the trade. VEHICLES BUILT to Your Own Order. - Horses Carefully Shod. Co...

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MINILYA ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 July 1906

MINILYA ROADS BOARD/ An ordinary meeting of. this board wm9 held at Middalya station on June 21, thera being present Messrs. D. J. He&rmin. (chairman) F. P. Loeffler, and J. London. The chairman announced that Messrs^ H. Campbell, A. H. Hepburn and J. Lou don had been duly elected members of the board. Mr. Hear man was re-appointed chair man of the board for the ensuing year. The following accounts were passed for payment: D. J. He&rman .£1 Is 2d., Woodcock JB35, W. Newman JE6 5B., F Whitlock £2 2s., C. K. Ewing £5 5s., J_ M. Johnson £2 10s. H. B. Geyer JB3 lie.,. W. Kewman J69 7s 8d., C. D. V.' Fobs £2 2s., Baston & Co. 5s. 3d., D. N. McLeodl £2, Stone & Bnrt 10s. 6d., H. Campbell £2, W. Newman £4 3a 4d., F. Smith iOa., Cooper & Lbgg 12s. 6d. It was decided to co-operate with the Perth committee of the Habbit Destruction' Fund, and the chairman was appointed to re ceive subscriptions. The secretary was instructed to fpply. to Mr. McLeod's let...

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GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE FINAL ACCEPTANCES. MELBOURNE, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 July 1906

GKAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE FINAL ACCEPTANCES. MELBOURNE, July 12. ] The following are the final acceptances lor the Grand National Steeplechase, to be ran on July 14: fit. lb Bellis ... 12 13 Lamond Up-to-Date... 12 7 Bomb as tea Springfield... 11 9 Lothian The General 11 5 Danjiuro Syringa ... 11 Decoration ... 11 Young C res wick ... 11 Abdallah. ... 11 Stockman Talmud Boisdal6 Officer Divham Cardinal 10 11 Baronet 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9

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SPORTING. V.R.C. GRAND NATIONAL MEETING. MELBOURNE, JULY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 July 1906

SPORTING. ? V.B.C. GRAND NATIONAL MEETING. MELBOURNE, JULY 9. ! The following were the results of the racing at Flemington on Saturday Maiden Hurdle Bace, two miles.-Man ason 1, Dromedary 2, Current 3. Time, 3 min. 57$ {sec. Myross Handicap, seven furlongs.-Or line 1, Merry Monarch 2, Clipper 3. Time, 1 min. 22 sec. Grand National Hurdle Bace, three miles.-Realm 1, Rattlesnake 2, Corinthus 3. Other starters - Florin, Australian, Valour, Sarasati, Signature, Moorefield, Matong, Miss King, Firepan, Old Chappie, Mercury, Shamrock, Bed Sea, Sirenus, Deering, The Sun, Bribery. Betting. 10 to 1 Realm, 5 to 1 Rattlesnake, 33 to 1 Corinthus. The start was an excellent one. Rattlesnake and The Sun showed out first, and the latter quickly took control and led past the judged box, closely followed by Florin and Firepan. Rattlesnake running wide Florin went to the front. As they entered the back stretch Corinthus flashed out and gained a lead of three lengths from The Sun. When they came into t...

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RACING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 July 1906

EACING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Sxdnst, July 9. j Saturday's racing resulted ae toiiows: Moorefield Hurdle Race, tiro miles. Sandboy 1, Oliver 2, Mainspring 3. Time, 4'min. 12} sec. Tramway Handicap, one mile.-Miss Bossbery 1, Mutation 2, Benny Chrie 3. Time, 1 min. 45 sec. Kogar&h Stakes, six furlongs.-Lady Helena 1, Thrill 2, Orator 3. Time, 1 min. 18} sec. Stewards' Mile.-Goodwill 1, Ennienor 2. Moorefield Handicap, 1} miles.-Cairn gorm 1, The Mite 2, Waikato 3. Time, 2 min. 12 sec. ShortB Handicap, six furlongs.-Orator 1, Protector 2, Ganora 3. Time, 1 mm. 20 see.

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BETTING QUOTATIONS. MELBOURNE, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 July 1906

BETTING QUOTATIONS. MELBOURNE, July 11. ] The closing prices yesterday were 7 to 1 Belli? and The General, 8 to 1 Lothian, 10 to 1 Decoration, 100 to 8 Syringa, 100 to 6 Divh&m, Bombastee, Officer, 100 to 5 Car dinal, Stockman, Boisdale, Error, 100 to 4 Up-to-Date. July 12. The latest betting quotations are as follows:-Bellis, Lothian and The General 7 to 1 each, Decoration 10 to 1, Syringa 100 to 8, Bombastes, Officer, Cardinal, Dur ham and Boisdale 100 to 6, Stockman 100 to 5, Lamond and Dan jiaro 100 to 4, I Up-to-date, Abdallah and Talmud 100 to 3, Springfield, Young Creswick and Baronet 100 to 2.

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The Aothern Times. PASTORAL, MINTNG AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1906. COPPER 'MINING IN THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 July 1906

The' .' Jiortlycrti {limes. PASTORAL, MINTNG AND PJEAJELTOG NEWE. SA.TUBDAY, JULY 14, 1906. COPPER 'MINING IN THE NORTH. RECOGNISING the - fact that the gold j production,of the State is decreasing ! and mnst continue to do so nnless j fresh discoveries of gold-beariug de posits are made, the comparative in- ' action so fat as mining for the leaser j metals is concerned ^appears to be in- ! explicable. ' More especially* is this the case when the present high price of copper is Considered, a prire which shonld enable even low-grade mines to be profitably worked given the means of ore reduction. The only copper mines in the North which have been worked on anything like a large scale are those at Whim Creek and Mons Capri iu the Roebourne district. From the former many thousands of tons of ore were shipped, to the Welsh smelters, the returns showing an average of 27 per ' cent, copper and a handsome profit to the owners. The mine, unfortunately,, is freehold pro perty, and the pressri...

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