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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 July 1906
Notice to Trespassers. ANYBODY found Kangaroo Hunting irith dog or gun, or Mustering Stock at Maroonah Station without the written permission of the owner or manager will be prosecuted with the utmost rigour of the law. J. H. MANSFIELD. Notice to Trespassers. ANYBODY found 'Kangaroo Hunting with Dog or Gun, or Mastering Stock at Minilya station or my Coast Bun with out my written permission will be prose cuted. D. N. McLEOD, Minilya Station. April 6,1906. Notice. ON and after this date Kangaroo Shooters and others found shooting kangaroos, or Trespassing in any of the Minderoo Paddocks without a written permit from the Manager will be prose cuted according to law. And any Stock found Trespassing in the above paddocks will be impounded. FOBREST BEOS., per GEO. C. BUBROWS, Manager. Minderoo Station, Onslow, 1st April, 1906. - NOTICE. To Wool Growers, Butchers, Hunters, etc. I HAVE to advise that Mr. W. C. Woods, who has been in charge of my Wool, Skin, and Hide business at Gerald ton ...
RUSSIA. LONDON, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 July 1906
RUSSIA. LONDON, July 19. ] ihe trial of 96 Russian officers and sailors for mutiny last year has com menced atSebastopol. The admiralty employees and commercial clerks in the city, in order to mark their sym pathy with the prisoners, have struck work. The chief of police at Tiflis, in Russian Caucas'a, was seriously in jured yesterday by a bomb which was thrown from a school attended by the sons of Georgian nobles. The soldiers in. retaliation fired a /volley at the school, with the result that one of the perpetrators of the bomb outrage was "killed. . An attempt which just failed was ?made yesterday to assassinate Count Todleben, one of the Czar's! aides-de camp.
CANNING PARK RACES. PERTH, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 July 1906
CANNING PARK RACES. PJSBTH, July 16. ] The following are the resaltB of the Can- j ning Park races,which were ran on Satur- i day: Park Handicap, 5 furlon^s.-^Gauze 1, Altone 2, The Bee 3. Time, 1 In in. 4 3-5th sees. Jumpers' Flat Race, H miles.-Again 1, Aqua 2, Burranier 3. Time, 2 min. 20 sec. Trial Stakes, 5 furlongs.-Spinifex 1, Floando 2, Newcastle 3. Time, 1 min. 14 sees. Canning Handicap, 1 mile.-Smith 1, Lady Flo 2, Belford 3. Time, 1 min. 68 sees. Galloway Handicap, 5£ furlongs.-Brans wick 1, Camellia 2, Pale Bcee 3. Time, 1 min. 14 sec. High-Weight Handicap, 6 furlongs. Opera 1, Aqua 2, Spinifex 3. Time, 1 min. 20 sees.
DEATH OF A SOUTH AFRICAN MILLIONAIRE. LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 July 1906
DEATH OP A:; SOUTH AFRICAN MTLLIONAIRE. LONDON, July 17. j The death is ,announced of Mr. Alfred Beit, the well-known financier and life-governor of De Beers Consol idated Mines, aged 53. ;? July 18. A friend of the late Mr. Alfred Beit estimates that the deceased's fortune amounts to between 25 and 30 million pounds sterling. It is believed that many millions have been bequeathed for public purposes. The Pretoria correspondent of the Tnbime says Mr. Beit's estate is worth about £90,000,000, and nearly the .whole of the income .will be placed at the disposal of the executors of the late Mr. Cecil Rhodes' will. It is auderstood that Mr. Beit intended to liberally endow a. Transvaal university And technical -college. V NZ£'is believed the piratical China «nen>ho recently attacked the steamer Sainarn^rried off from the*.vessel a number of>^es and 98,000 cartridges.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 July 1906
EBESH FISH. CHARLIE, THE JAP, begs to notify tbat he is supplying Fresh FiBh 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. Fall particulars on application to W. TURNOCK, Carnarvon. NOTE.-No agents employed. All fish delivered personally by W. Turnock. CARNARVON BAKERY. J. S. MILES, Sole Proprietor. ORDERS TAKEN FOR ALL KINDS OF CAKES AND CONFECTIONERY. SHIPPING SUPPLIED. CAKT BUNS TO YANKEE TOWN DAILY. JS. MILES wishes to announce that . he has purchased the Bakery Busi ness lately carried on by Mr. J. Ferry, and from the . 1st of June will be prepared supply. Bread and . Confectionery of the first quality only. BROOME TURF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING, 1906. 7th and 9th AUGUST. PATBON : Mr. Arthur Male, J.P., M.L.A. PRESIDENT : Mr. M. S. Warton, B..M. VICE-PRESIDENTS: Dr. Grahame Blick, J.P., Mr. Geo. H. Roe. COMMITT...
A BOOKMAKER KICKED TO DEATH. MELBOURNE, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 July 1906
A BOOKMAKER KICKED TO DEATH. Mklboubne, July 16. j An awful murder was committed on Saturday on the flat at Flemington. There was a large crowd on the flat, and a good many men were making books, among them being Donald MeLeod, the victim of j the outrage. The horse Decoration was well backed for the steeplechase, and as; the race was nearing the end was well i ahead of the others. MeLeod then got off the box on which he was standing, and walked away. Instantly v a cry of " welsher" was raised, and a crowd of from 300 to 500 men set on MeLeod. Al though a powerful young man. MeLeod was knocked down, and then in blind fury kicked to death. His head was bat tered and nose broken, besides injuries be low the shoulders which were not very serious. Hie police arrived, and two troopers with horses succeeded in clearing a ring round the unfortunate man as he lay on the ground. Finally it seemed to dawn upon the crowd that the man was dead, and they then desisted. The body was carried to th...
ENGLAND AND RUSSIA LONDON, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 July 1906
ENGLAND AND RUSSIA - LONDON, July.-14. | At Russia's initiative the British fleet's contemplated visit to the Baltic has been postponed to a more favour able time, probably in 1907. It » suggested that althongh- the presence of a British sqnadron at Russian ports would be welcomed with lively satisfaction as a proof of Great Britain's sympathy, the Russian Gov ernment foresaw the fleet's arrival would cause incidents calculated to harm the relations of the two countries. King Edward and Czar Nicholas have exchanged very cordial telegrams.
THE DREYFUS CASE REVIVED. LONDON, July 14 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 July 1906
THE DREYFUS CASE REVIVED. ; - . LONDON, July 14 In the French Chamber of Deputies yesterday M. Etienne (Minister for ; War) introduced a Bill authorising the reinstatement in the army of Capt^^ed Dreyfus, who despite the condaHK.tion of two courts-martial, was last week pronounced innocent by the Court of Cassation. Colonel Picquart, a brother officer, who faith fully defended' : Dreyfus, ruined his own army career. The Minister was loudly cheered on introducing the.BilL .. The French Senate yesterday by a large majority carried a j-motioh "for the erection in "thejjaller^ ;bf^ustsJof M. Trarieux and MTScEeurer1 Kesfner, who in the face of much opprobrium led the campaign for the revision of the Dreyfus case, aud were among the first public men to plead the.innocence of the prisoner on the lie du Diable. During the .Dreyfus debate in the Chaffer o£ Deputies M. Larrant (UnaeSSecretary of. State for the Interior) smacked on the face M. Conti, a Nationalist deputy.- A. duel followed, i...
WAR IN CENTRAL AMERICA. LONDON, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 July 1906
WAR IN CENTRAL AMERICA. LOKDON, July 16. War has broken out between the Central American States Guatemala on the one side and San Salvador and Honduras on the other. Hostilities began by a large force of San Salvador troopB invading Gnatemala. The in vaders were overwhelmingly defeated and their commander was killed. President Roosevelt, regarded Guat emala's army of 40,000 men as a menace to Sonth America, and recently expressed a strong desire that it shonld be disbanded. To this end -he communicated with President Diaz, of Mexico, on the.spbject and offered himself as an- arbitrator between Gnatemala and San Salvador. Hon duras subsequently declared ? war against Guatemala, thns making com mon cause with the invaders of the latter country. July 18. The New York Herald states ;that in the recent battle between the Guat emalws and Salvadorians great loss of « resulted. . , The Salvadorians had ^00 killed and 1,100 wounded. The Guatemalans' casualties com prised 2,800 killed and 3,0...
RIFLE SHOOTING. LONDON, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 July 1906
RIFLE SHOOTING. LONDON, Jnly 14. | At Bislej on Thursday, in connec tion with the annaal meeting of the [National Rifle Association, Scotland won the rMackinnpn Cup, scoring 1,445 points, s The Kolapore Cap was won yesterday by the Canadian team, who scored 729 points. The team representing the United Kingdom was second with a score of 720 points. J
CRICKET. CARNARVON v. BRICK HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 July 1906
CRICKET. CARNARVON v. BRICK HOUSE. The Brick House team made ample' amends for its drastic defeat by the Car narvon Club last September when the re turn match was played on Saturday, this resulting in a win for the station team by four wickets. Space does not permit of our entering folly into details, but it i* only fair to say the Brick Home team de served the victory, for their play in all de partments of the game was excellent. The. following were the bcores: CARNARVON. Irvine (capt.), run oat SO Weeks, run out .. 34 Parker, b McDermott 7 Baston, c G. Bart, b Wendt ... 13 lies, c Sholl.b McDermott ... 19 Watkins, b G. Bart ... ... 1 McGrath, b G. Bart ... ... 8 Merry, c B.. Bart, b Sholl... ... 2Q Gibbings, b McDermott ... .... 0 N. Morgan, c G. Bart, b M.cDermott 0 FOBS, not out ... ... .. 0" Sundries 5 127 Bowling.--McDermott, 107 balls 43- rani iwickets; E. Bart, 54 balls 27 nuts; 0. But, 54 balls 27: ran* 2 " wickets ; Wendt, 24 balls 11 runs 1 wicket; Sholl, 12 balls 14 runs...
MUNICIPAL. CARNARVON. A RIFT IN THE LUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 July 1906
MUNICIPAL. CARNARVON. A RIFT IN THE LUTE. The regular fortnightly meeting of the above council was held on Tuesday after noon. there being present the Mayor (Mr. G. Baston), and Crs. Atkinson, Mansfield and Hearn. The minutes of'the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The only correspondence calling for any particular mention was a letter from the Bev. J. Loughhead stating he had been connected with the ?' Our Boys' institute" in Adelaide, an organisation which did much to advance the physical and moral welfare of the rising generation. He (Mr. Looghhead) was anxious to see something done for the yortng lads of Carnarvon and asked the council for pprtnission to use the Jubilee Hall for, a gymnasium and drill hall for the boys. The Mayor 'stated hie was quite in sympathy with the scheme outlined by Mr. Loughhead for the advancement of the boys, but the council had no power to let the Jubilee Hall, and the letter should have been addressed to the Jubilee Library Committee. The o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 July 1906
STEWARTS m LLOYDS, Ld. MAKTUFACTTJK.ERS. WriTht Tubes and Eittings. (BLACK, STEAM, and GALVANIZED). VALVES, STEEL PLATES. FOR WINDMILLS, IRRIGATION WORK, ETC. Immense Stocks on hand covering sizes i" to 12" - TVe deal diract With the consumer. ~ WeBt'AuBtifcliakiQffi'c^iisd Stores: FREMANTLE, High Street. Kalgoorlie, Boulder Ed. THE STOCK OWNEflS'ASSOCIATION OF W.A., LIMITED. CAPITAL-^eSOjOOO,.divided into 30,000 Shares of £1 each. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS: CHARLES Habpbb, ESQ., W. J. -BUTCHER, ESQ., M.L.A., A. R. Richabdbon, ESQ. BANKERS: UnionBank of Australia,' Ltd., Perth. ^ SECRETARY: . M-SCHROJDER, 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 traduction 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 o...
WEDDING. NASH-ROSE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 July 1906
WEDDING. NASH--KOSE. On Saturday afternoon a wedding which was viewed with appreciative eyes- by the majority of the fair, sex in the town and a large sprinkling of the masculine element was celebrated at. the Masonic Hall, the contracting parties being Mr. Donald Nash, of Yankee Town, and Miss Edith Rose, erstwhile of the Old Country. The Rev. W. Sharp (Hector of Carnarvon) officiated. The bride was dressed becomingly in a costume of white crape de chine with deep transparent lace yoke, gathered skirt with deep flounces, edged with Valenciennes lace, wreath and veil to ma$ch. She also, carried'a handsome bouquet of white roses and asparagus fern. The bride, who was given away by Mr. P. S heard, was attended by Miss Dolly Ryan - as/ bridesmaid., tb0: latter little lady teing^attired in a pretty dress of white silk trimmed with Valen ciennes lace, a brooch (the gift of the bridegroom) being displayed- £o- advantage thereon. She wore a large plctui'etat with long silk streamers. Mr. F...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 July 1906
SILVER WEDDING. Class-MCKENZIE (silver wedding).-At St. John's Chnrch, Albany, on the 25th Jnly, 1881, by the Eev. N. Wardell-John eon, James, eldest son of S. H. Clark, Fryerstown, Victoria, to Emmeline Colliar, eldest daughter of John McKen zie, of Albany. Present address Clare mont.
SPORTING. V.R.C. GRAND NATIONAL MEETING. STEEPLECHASE DAY. MELBOURNE, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 July 1906
SPORTING. * . VJt.C. GRAND NATIONAL MEETING. STEEPLECHASE DAY. MELBOURNE, July 16. The second day of the Grand S&tional meeting waB held on Saturday at Fleming ton, when the Grand National Steeplechase was nm. Eesulte: Town Handicap, 6 furlongs.-Lady Doris 1, Mairp 2, Fin 3. Time, 1 min. 15£ Bee. Doutta Gatta Hurdle Race, 2J miles. The Shamrock 1, Ballallaba 2, Florin 3. Time, 4 mins. 4 sees. GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE, 3 miles 1 furlong.-Decoration 1, Syringa 2, Bellis 3, Springfield 4. Time, ? mins. 31 sees. Betting-9 to 2 againBt Bellis, 6 to 1 Decoration, 20 to 1 Syringa, 100 to 1 Springfield. BombaiteB and Syringa were first away, and led the field past the Btand. At the turn out from the straight Bom bastes led from Up-to-date, Officer, Bellis, Lothian, and Syringa. Along the river side Up-to-date, Danglers and Bombaates raced in the order given. The Stockman fell at the first fence, and Boisdale at the bridge just in front of Lothian, Up-to-date and Springfield. Loth...