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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 July 1906
Notice to Trespassers. A NYBODY fonnd Kangaroo Hunting frith 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 Mustering 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. OK 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 Treepassingln the above paddocks will be impounded . FORREST BROS., per 0ko. C. Bubbows, Manager. Minderoo Station, Onslow, 1st April, 1906. NOTICE. To Wool Growers, Butchers, Hunters, etc. ITT AVV, to advise that Mr. W. C. Woods, who has been in charge of my Wool, Skin, and Hide business at Gerald ton....
DREYFUS REINSTATED. LONDON, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 July 1906
DREYFUS REINSTATED. LONDON, July 23. Capt. Alfred Dreyfus was yesterday, in accordance with the recent decision of the Government, invested with the Chevalier's Cross of the Legion of Honour. The ceremony was held in the artillery yard of the military academy in the presence of two bat teries of his own regiment of artillery and two squadrons of cuirassiers. Capt. Dreyfns was accorded a great reception in the streets after the cere mony. He subsequently suffered from a serious heart seizure, but has since recovered.
THE LATE MR. BEIT'S WILL. LONDON, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 July 1906
THE LATE MR. BEIT S WILL. LONDON, July 21. Particulars have been published of the late Mr. Alfred Beit's will, which bears date April, 1905. The deceased created a fund of £1,200,000 to be expended in railway, telegraph, and ! telephone development between the Cape and Cairo. The fund is to be administered by Mr. Otto Beit, Mr. Julias Werheimer, and Mr. Hawks ley. The testator bequeathed £200,000 to wards the establishment of a university at Johannesburg aud a similar amount is left to be expended in educational and other purposes in Rhodesia. Other j bequests are £135,000 to the London University Technical College, £25,000 j to the London University's Faculties of Medicine and Sciences, £75,000 to certain educational purposes in South Africa, £40,000 to the London Hospital, and £20,000 each to London and Hamburg to be expended in charitable purposes. The deceased left the residue of his estate to his brother, Otto Beit.
DISASTROUS FIRES. LONDON, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 July 1906
DISASTROUS FIRES. LONDON, July 21. A fire broke oat in Watson's bonded warehouses, Dundee, Scotland, and completely destroyed the buildings. The conflagration spread to Robert son's whisky distillery, which was also burnt to the ground, resulting in an enormous destruction of whisky. Streams of burning spirits flowed into the streets, and a number of jute warehouses caught fire. Buildings covering an area of five acres were simultaneously in flames. The damage is estimated to amount to £500,000. A great fire is raging at Yokohama, Japan. Already a thousand houses have been destroyed. July 26. A great fire occurred last night in Wellington-street, Leeds. The damage is estimated at £100,000.
ROEBOURNE NEWS. ROEBOURNE, July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 July 1906
ROEBOURNE NEWS. Roebocrne, July 20. There was a large attendance at oar last pnblic meeting in connection with the Progress League, and amongst other visitors from the country may be men tioned Mr. S. L. Burges from GeraJdton, who has a large stake in this district, Messrs. S. H. Meares (Tableland), A. C. Gilkm (Cbirritta), and D. Stewart (Bal moral). The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The only letter received in the shape of corres pondence was from the TJnder-Secretary for Lands, stating the Government could not see its way clear to exchanging blocks of land at Point Sampson for those held in Cossack. Several matters were discnsBed, amongst others being Point Sampson con nection and public batteries. A special council meeting of the Progress League, which was hurriedly summoned for the purpose of considering a wire re ceived from the Premier, was held lit the Victoria Hotel, on Tuesday evening, July. - 10. Present: Mr. Thos. Porter (Presi dent) in the cha...
BISLEY RIFLE MATCHES. LONDON, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 July 1906
BISLEY RIFLE MATCHES. LONDON, July 21. Capt. P. Da vies, of the 1st Middle sex Regiment, won the King's Prize at the National Rifle Association's meeting at Bisley, with a score of 324. A Bhodesian trooper was second, scoring 323. Mr. G. A. Turner, a Victorian, was included in the final stage. fAs the " possible " is only 355, the shoot ing this year was exceptionally good.]
THE NORTHERN PARTY. WORKING PLATFORM. PERTH, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 July 1906
THE NORTHERN PARTY. WOEKING PLATFORM. PERTH. July 25. The Northern Party, which consists of 16 members of the House of Assembly and Legislative Council, held another meeting on Tuesday last, the chairman (Mr. P. Stone) presiding. The following working programme was decided npon: The Chapman, Black Bange, and Pilbarra railways. Artesian boring. A steamship service for the Nor'-West. More effective lighting of the coast for the safety of navigation. The continuation of the railway from Nannine, via Meekatbarra, to Peak Hill. Cold storage and canning works in the Nor'-West to provide a meat supply for the Southern markets. Encouragement of prospectors. PARISHIONER^' MEETING.-A meeting of parishioners of the Carnarvon Anglican Parish was held at the Jubilee Hall on Thursday evening, the Rev. W. Sharp pre siding over a good attendance. In his opening address, Mr. Sharp said it was just ten years ago since he landed in Carnar von. At that time and for two years pre viously, namely, from A...
PORT HEDLAND NEWS. POST HEDLAND, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 July 1906
PORT HBDLA.ND NEWS. POST HEDLAKD, July 25. The Paroo arrived on Saturday morning and shipped 210 bollocks for Geraldton. These came overland from Mulga Downs, and although fifty miles nearer to Point Sampson the shippers preferred Port Hed land for the port of shipment. The Charon arrived from Fremantle on Sunday with 268 tons cargo. She shipped 200 sheep, 410 bags of tin, and a quantity of wool to Singapore, the lot being dealt with in 24 hours, which reflects credit for the smart discharge. The result of the poll at Port Hedland on Monday was: Hopkins, 34; Under wood, L4. Indignation was expressed by a number of voters at finding themselves disfranchised through their names hot ap pearing on the roll, although application was made % considerable time previous to the election. It is expected the final re sult will be very close.
VICTORIAN RACING. MELBOURNE, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 July 1906
VICTORIAN RACING. MELBOURNE, July 23. The following are the results of the Victorian Amateur Turf Club meeting, held on Saturday: Leamington Hurdles, 2 miles 64 yards. Regret 1, Destinist 2, 2figel 3. Time, 4 min. £ sec. Lilmur Two-Year-Old, six furlongs. Splash L Noella 2, Katonga 3. Time, 1 min. 18& sec. ; Murnabeena Handicap, one mile three furlongs.-MiBty Morn 1, Sweet Bird 2, Haphazard S. Time, 2 min. 26 sec. Ulnpna Steeplechase, two miles.-Ab dullah 1, Worfield 2, Talmud 3. Time, 4 min. $ see. Justina Welter, one raile.-Budgeree 1, Battlesnake 2, Torgoon 3. Time, 1 min. 474 see. Kambrook Handicap, five furlongs. Lady Doris 1, Windy 2, Eiversdale 3. Time, 1 .min. 5 sec.
TABLELAND ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 July 1906
TABLELAND ROADS BOARD. Tbe Tableland Boads board held their Becond quarterly meeting at Mount Flor ence on June 30. Present: Messrs. Seymour H. Meares (chairman), C. M. Straker, J. H. Church, and the secretary (Mr. W. Frankcom). Several accounts were passed for pay ment. A letter vras read from the Under-Secre tary for Agriculture re the administration of the Noxious Weeds Act, 1904, locally, and tbe board was unanimously of opinion that the Act could be both better and more economically enforced by district boards and municipalities, and the secre tary was instructed to write to that effect. The matter of the ravages committed by -wild dogs was again earnestly discussed, and it was duly proposed, Beconded, and carried, that a letter be written to tbe following gentlemen -. Messrs. S. F. ShoH, P. Connor, W. J. Batcher, J. Isdell, Sir Ed. Wittenoom, Dr. Hicks, and the Premier, also that a copy be forwarded to all roads boards in the North-West, with a view that united action may be t...
SPORTING. BELMONT PARK RACES. PERTH, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 July 1906
SPORTING. BELMONT PARK BACES. PERTH, July 23. The races beld at Belmont Park on Saturday resulted as follows : Flying Handicap, 5 furlongs 2 chains. Gauze 1, First Blood 2, Perfect 3. Time, 1 min. 9 sec. Hunt Club Flat Bace, Bix furlongs. Amigar 1, Brigantine 2, Ocean King 3. Time, 1 min. 26 sec. . Goldfields Preliminary, one mile.-Tre mendous 1, Lady Flo 2, Best Man 3. Time, 1 min. 53 3-5th sec. Galloway Bace, five furlongs two chains. -Honeydrop 1, Fides 2, Maggie Moore 3. Time, 1 min. 9 2-5th sec. Trial Stakes, five and a half furlongs and two chains.-Storm Queen 1, Claras 2, Quick silver 3. Time, 1 min. 16 sec. . Welter Handicap, six furlongs.-Tre mendous I, Chester Belle 2, Spinifex 3. Time, 1 min. 424 sec.
ONSLOW NOTES. ONSLOW, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 July 1906
ONSLOW NOTES. ONSLOW, July 21. Visit to Onslow of His Excellency the Governor. A public meeting was called by the chairman of the Ashburton Roads Board (Mr. R. F. Hope) to place before the public the desirability of according His Ex cellency a public welcome to Onslow upon his arrival per s.s. Charon, especially taking into consideration the fact that this would be the first visit of any Governor of our State to this port. Although it was as certained that the present visit of His Ex cellency was simply & private one to Mr. T. F. de Pledge, yet at the same time it wa6 thought that it would be only due to His Excellency to accord him a public re ception, and a committee was formed for this purpose. The committee ascertained that His Excellency would be pleased to hold a reception upon his arrival, and ar rangements were accordingly made. It was arranged that Messrs. Clark & Co.'s motor launch ehoald bring His Excellency from the steamer Charon up the creek, where a sp...
RACING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 July 1906
BACING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Stonet, July 23. j Saturday's racing at Warwick Farm resulted as follows: Liverpool Mile.-Lady Brockleigh 1, Vanedium 2, The Mite 3. Time, 1 min. 444 see. Warwick Handicap, 1J miles.-Gosbooii I, Corolga 2, Grafna 3. 'fime, 2 min. 11$ 86C. The Broken Hill raceB resulted as fol lows : Hurdle Race, two miles.-Torry 1, Car nival 2, Officer 3. Time, 3 min. 58 3-5tb sec. Willjnma Handicap, one mile.-Matul Queen 1, Blondin 2, Monetam 3. Time, 1 min. 45 2-5th sec. Mount Gipps Steeplechase, 2} miles. Wave 1, Empress 2. Time, 7 min. 15 sec. Union Handicap, Beven furlongs.-Briton 1, Ballet Girl 2, Bendie 3. Time, 1 min. 33 sec. July 26. Broken Hill Cup Hurdle Race, 2 miles. Larry 1, Spoonful 2, Cardigan 3. Time, 3 min. 56 l-5th sec. Broken Hill Cup, 1} miles.-Ironstone 1, Mount Lofty 2, Metal Queen 3. Time, 2 min. 9 sees. Squatters' Handicap, 1 mile.-Kalos 1, Le Prawn 2, Benett 3. Time, 1 min. 45 sees. Flying Handicap, 6 furlongs.-Doree 1, Resolve 2, Ballet Girl 3. T...
RAILWAY ACCIDENT. PERTH, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 July 1906
RAILWAY ACCIDENT. PEETH, Jnly 23. The mail train which left Perth at six o'clock on Saturday morning with passengers for Kalgoorlie and Albany met with a serious accident at Clack line three honrs afterwards in conse quence of the first passenger saloon behind the engine jumping off the rails and being completely overturned. Though there were several casualties, one being somewhat serious, the mis hap was not responsible for any loss of life. Six ladies, Messrs. Kurtz, Taylor, Richardson, Gillett, Kenne well, and Kohler were injured. Mrs. Kurtz, of the Exchaage Hotel, sus tained the most severe injuries, being badly bruised and $ut abont the face. She had to be chloroformed for treat ment. The train according to custom consisted of two sections, the' first portion containing passengers for the goldfields and the latter half being given over to Albany travellers. Arriving at Clackline, the train made its usual stop. The Beverley co Perth train- crosses here, and in addition there was...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 July 1906
FRESH FISH. CHARLIE, THE JAP, begs to notify that he is supplying Fresh Fish every Monday, Wednesday, and^ Friday. SALT j and SMOKED FISH always on hand. 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 FOE ALL KINDS OF CAKES AND CONFECTIONERY. SHIPPING SUPPLIED. CABT BUNS TO YANKEE TOWN DAILY. JS. MILES wishes to announce that . he has purchased the Bakery Busi ness lately carried on by Sir. J. Perry, and from the 1st of June will be prepared to 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, R.M. Vick-PBKSIDKNTS : Dr. Grabame Blick, J.P., Mr. Geo. H. Roe. COMMI...
FEDERAL BUDGET. MELBOURNE, July 31. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 August 1906
FEDERAL BPDGrET. MELBOURNE, July 31. In the House of Representatives to day Sir John Forrest (Treasurer) made ! bis second financial statement. The following were the most important items in it: Total revenue £11,879,840, being an increase of £415,745 over the previons year. The prohibition of the importation of opium will result in a IOFS during the present year of £64,000. The increase in Cnstoms ? revenue is £345,462, and decreases! £145,507, showing a net gain of £199,955. The total estimated revenue ! for the present year is £11,969,500. j The total expenditure last year was £4,494,841, being £111,482 less than the estimate. The estimated ex penditure for this year is £5,020,215. j Provision is made on the estimates j for the following new expenditure on , public works in West Australia: Customs Elouse, Derby, £1,500. Bifle range, Kalgoorlie, £450. Derby post office, £700. Fitzroy post office, £905.
THE SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. WON BY TOWNS, SYDNEY, July 31. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 August 1906
THE SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. WON BY TOWNS, STDNET, July 31. The contest for the ectilling champion ship of the world and .£500 a side between George Towns (the challenger) and James Stannary (holder of the championship) took place on the Pa*ramatta River on Saturday and resn'ted in a magnificent victory for Towns, who thus has regained the title he lost last year. Towns, who was two and a half lengths in the rear when three-q sorters of the coarse had been covered, quickly drew level with Stanbnry, 'who, after a brief apart, collapsed, and Towns won amid cheers by 150 yards in record time.
RACING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 29. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 August 1906
RACING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. SXDNET, July 29. J Saturday s racing at Canterbury Park resulted as follows : Hurdle Race, 2 miles. - Phriseus 1, General Ktiroki 2, Seismic 3. Time, 3 miti. 59 sec. Flying Handicap, six furlongs.-Passion 1. Chivalry 2, Sweetness 3. Time, 1 min. 15|sec. Stewards' Mile.-Ennismer 1, Eureka 2, fianseen 3. Time, 1 min. 43| sec. Park Stakes, six furlongs.-Ganora 1, Lady Leah 2, The Dake 3. Time, 1 min. 16J sec. Oojrt*rbury Handicap, 1} miles.-Star . shoot 1, Old Gold 2, Cairngorm 3. Time, 2 min. 11 sec. Welter Mile.-Ennismer 1, Lochino 2, Eureka Maid 3. Time, 1 min. 444 sec.