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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906

Carnarvon j Coach Factory P. T, BATTY, SOLE PROPRIETOR. Work done in all branches of the trade. VEHICLES BUILT to Tour Own Order. Horses Carefully Shod. Coach Painting and Trimming done. Country oiders promptly attended to. A TBIAX. SOLICITED. Address: Robinson Street, Carnarvon EDWARD MCCRAY&GO. SYDNEY. ARTESIAN and MINERAL Boring Contractors. Artesian Boring expeditiously carried out at reasonable rates. Irrigating PL-iuts and Pumping Machinery of every description supplied. Quotations furnished on application t*> J. A. DAVIS, West Australian Representative, j Postal address: Carnarvon. ] * i CainarFOii Municipality, i MUNICIPAL ROLL. NOTICE is hereby given that SATUR DAY, 1st SEPTEMBER, is the latest date for payment of rates to secure inclusion of name on Municipal Roll, in accordance with Sec. 52, Municipal Act, j 1900. By order, WM. NEWMAN, 1 Town Clerk. Carnarvon, August 17,1906. j Notice to Creditors. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PROBATE JURISDICTION...

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The Aothern Times. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1906. THE LAND TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906

The ^Latthztn ®tt«£s. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1906. THE LAND TAX. THE land tax which it is proposed to institute in this State is to be imposed for two reasons, viz., to procure revenue for the State exchequer, and to break up the large estates at present undeveloped. Both reasons are laudable ones, but it is question able whether the good which will accrue from the measures introduced into Parliament in connection with this tax will realise the anticipations of the sponsor of the Bills. In look ing over the clauses of the Bill for " regulating the assessment of land for the purposes of taxation " we find it is intended to tax all laud, for clause 9 states the tax shall be levied and paid " By every owner of land in respect of all land of which he is such owner for every pound of the , unimproved value thereof as assessed under the provisions of this Act." The word " improvements" is de fined as " houses and buildings, fenc ing, planting, excavations...

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STATE POLITICS. PERTH, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906

STATE POLITICS. PEBTH, August 20. Speaking at tbe annual social of the Kalgoorlie branch of the Railway Employees' Association, Mr. Collier, in responding to the toast of Parlia ment, criticised severely the attitude of Mr. A. J. Wilson towards the Labour caucus. He said during Mr. Wilson's short career in Parliament he had put np a political record not worthy of emulation. A large Parliamentary party arrived at Kalgoorlie on Saturday and were tendered a reception by the council. Replying to a toast, the Premier said he hoped at the end of this month the Treasurer would be able to deliver his budget speech and that early next month the loan proposals would be brought down. The three great pro posals which the Government had to consider at the present time were the Mines Regulation Bill, a tax on un improved land values, and a Land Act Amendment Bill. The Government considered a land tax was necessary to secure revenue and at the same time to force the holders of unim proved properti...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906

LOCAL AND GENERAL. " GLASSWARE SOCIAL."-This event, which should prove equally as enjoyable ! as its - predecessor, the " cap and saucer I social/' trill take place at the Jubilee Hall next Saturday evening. j SUPPOSED SUICIDE.-The man Bobert Wrightson who, as stated in our last issue, j was reported to have cut his throat at the Wooramel on the 16th inst., died the same day. Mr. C. D. V. Foss is proceeding to the Wooramel to hold an inquest. SEDUCED FREIGHTS.-The reduced freights from Fremantle to Carnarvon come into force with the next trip of the s.s. Sultan, which leaves Fremantle to morrow. The freight for general cargo will be 20s. per ton, for wines, spirits, beer, &c., 27s. 6d. per ton, for timber 25s. per ton, and for bay and chaff 30B. per ton. Nothing further has transpired with regard to the contemplated reduction in the pas senger fares or as to the application of the reduced freights to more Northern ports. OPE ANNIVERSARY.-This issue marks the first anniverear...

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SOUTHERN NEWS. PERTH, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906

SOUTHERN NEWS. PERTH, August 20. Yesterday evening a collision oc curred at the intersection of James street and Victoria-road, East Fre mantle, between a tramcar and a powerful motor. The £ide of the motor was hit by the dash-board of the tram. The car was swerved ronnd by the impact and all the occupants thrown out, Mr. and Mrs. Speares being slightly injured. The blame for the accident is ascribed to the driver of the motor car for running at too high a speed. On the train which left Wagin for Perth on Saturday were three men who having been attracted to the town by the sensational accounts of the gold discoveries, are leaving it disgusted with the entirely misleading information. August 21. The unemployed who for the past few days have been holding meetings in front of the Government Labour Bureau, assembled yesterday and car ried the following resolution : " That the Government be requested to give immediate relief to the unemployed by pushing on with the construction of the Co...

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, August 21. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906

NEW ZEALAND. | WELLINGTON, August 21. Thirty-one cases of sculpture and other works of art, being the first in stalment of the collection for the international exhibition, are now being opened. The exhibits are representa tive of the world's famous artists. Sir J. Ward has succeeded the late Mr. Seddou as president of the exhibition. Parliament was opened to-day bj the Governor, who said the late Mr. Seddon had crowned his career of splendid service to New Zealand by arranging a provisional reciprocal treaty between New Zealand and Aus tralia, a treaty which might form the first step in a closer commercial nnion with New Zealand's nearest friends. Augnst 28. The old age pensions now number 1,258 more than last year, involving an expenditure of £254,367. The Post and Telegraphs' annnal report discloses a credit balance of over £200,000. In all respects the year is a record one.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906

ALUMINTUM ARTICLES of every1 description at W BIT LOCK & COM- j PANTS, Carnarvon. j

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TASMANIA. HOBART, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906

TASMANIA. I HOBAETJ AUGUST 20. J The .Rev. Mr. Worrall preached in Hobart yesterday, giving an address on drink and gambling. Bishop Mercer presided, and the hall was densely crowded. Mr. Worrall's re marks were mainly confined to an invective against the local press and Tattersall's sweeps. Augnst 23. In the libel case Boot v. the pro prietor of the Nor'-West Post, a claim for £500 for the publication of a letter reflecting on the plaintiff as an officer of the Devon Hospital, £5 damages were awarded.

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STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of news intended for publicntion is this column will be gladly received.] LONDON WOOL SALES. DETAILS OF PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906

STOCK ASSD STATION NEWS. [Items of news intended for pablicntieo is thii cofcmn will ba gladly receired.] LONDON WOOL SALES. DETAILS OP PRICES. At the wool sales held in London last month the undermentioned West Austra lian wool was sold at the prices stated: B. & Co.-6 bales grse 83d, 3 rains Sid, 2 1st pes 8d, 2 2nd do. 6Jd. F. B. & Co., Pfc. Cloates.-8 bales grse 7|d, T do. 7d, 3 do. tacks 6d, 3 do. pea 7d, 2 1st lambs 6fd, 2 do. do. 6a d. C.C. & S.-7 bales grse 94d. 1 do. bellies and pieces 7h<i, 1 do. locks tnxd 5£d. Glenflorrie.-12 bales grse cmhg lOd, 1 do. dgd 9d, 2 do. R 9d, 1 do. 111 xd 9d, 1 do. O.F. 8d, 1 do. back pes and bellies 7£d, 1 do. lambs 9d. D. M., Carnarvon.-15 bales grse cmbg 8£d, 2 do. necks 9jjd., 2 do. pes 7d, 1 do. locks 5d, 1 do. lambs and fleece 7£d, 2 do. do. 9£d.

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906

QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Aaenst 28. j The steamer Fort Chalmers, which stranded on Ulrica reefs, was refloated and has reached Goode Island.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906

SUBSCRIPTIONS (POSTAGE INCLUDED). JE 6. d. One Year 15 0 Six Months ... 0 13 6 One Quarter 0 6 6 To ADTGRTISERS. THE NORIELERN Times circulates amongst the pasioralists, miners, pearlers, and business people of the whole North, and therefore will be found a first-class medium for adver tisers. Rates for advertising on ap plication.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906

SHIPPING. OOEAAI STEAMSHIP CO. LIMITED, AND WEST AUSTRALIAN STEAM NAVIGATION CO. LIMITED. QUICKEST ROUTE TO LONDON via JAVA and SINGAPOBE. C STEAMSIIII'S. SULTAN. MINILYA. 2063 tons. 2744 tons. CAFT. P. Townlkt. CAPT. E. Richabdson PAROO. CHARON. 2665 tone. 2681 tons. CAPT. A. Caft. I. Bell. Fortnightly Services. SOUTH. From Singapore. From Carnarvon about MINILYA, Aug. 22 Sept. 5 PABOO, Sept. 6 Sept. 22 SULTAN, Sept. 20 October 5 CHARON, Oct. 6 Oct. 20 NORTH. From. Fremantle. Carnarvon SULTAN, Aug. 26 Aug. 28 CHABON, Sept. 9 Sept. II MINILYA, Sept. 25 Sept. 27 PABOO, October 10 October 12 These steamers, built especially for the trade, are fitted with every modern appliance for the comfort of passengers. JAVA.-Large reductions made to families and parties. LONDON.-Through tickets issued in conjunction with the P. & 0. Coy., transhipping at Singa pore. Apply to DAL6ETY & COY, LTD., PERTH FREMANTLE GERALDTON CARNARVON COSSACK and PORT HEDLAND. J. CLARK & CO.. ...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF CARNARVON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906

SHIPPING. POET OF CABNARVOTF. ABBFTALS. August 19.-Ballarra, s.s., H. 3. Steer master, from Derby via ports. Pas- i aengers.-From Cossack: Mr. D. J.-Simp son. For Fremantle or Geraldton.-From i Derby: Mr. and Mrs. Walters and infant, Mrs. S. Harrington, Messrs. E. B. Dan- j gey, T. Creer, J. Wirth, H. P. Woodward, A. Wilson; from Broome: Mrs. Secombe, j Mrs. W. M. Willis and child, Messrs. ; G. Kealy, C. Peken, C. West, G. Lang, W. j Clarke, T. Madden, G. E. Hemsworbb, E, Visbord, D. Morris, J. Griffiths ; from Port j Hedland: Messrs. R. M. Underwood, T. A. Cottman, W. Stanford, H. Hay don, J. Wasley; from Onslow: Messrs. H. Higham, T. CoJlett. Augast 22.-Charon, s.s. I. Bell master, from Singapore via ports. Passengers. From Onslow for Carnarvon: Mr. H. Foster. For Fremantle or Gerald ton. From Broome: Messrs. Coleman, Cnnard, A. Watson, Ivory, Coleman, Hanlon, Eward, Meykin, Ivory, Hughes; from Port Hed land : Mrs. and Miss Kerr, Mrs. Larson, Messrs. Phippard, Woodman, Grey; from ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906

Notice to Trespassers. ANYBODY found Kangaroo Hunting with dog organ, or Mastering Stock at Maroonah Station without the written Crmiasion of the owner or manager will prosecuted with the utmost rigour of the law. J. H. MANSFIELD. Notice to Trespassers. ANYBODY found Kangaroo Hunting with Dog or Gnn, or Mastering Stock at Mmilya station or my Coast Ron with out my written permission will be prose cuted. £>. N. McLEOD. , Minilya Station. April 6.1906. Notice. O* 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. FORREST BROS, per GEO. C. BURROWS, - ~ Manager. Minderoo Station, Onslow, 1st April, 1906. Notice. "XT OTICE is hereby given that all gates D . the TeleSraPh Line north of tfoolathana Homestead are locked and traffic ^ prohibited. Any persons found trav...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, AUGUST 21. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. I ADELAIDE, AUGUST 21. J In the Legislative Council the leader of the Opposition said his party would pass the second reading of the Fran chise Bill, bnt would strike out the redaction to £15 and the dual vote. August 23. In the Hoase of Assembly to-day Mr. Solomon sought to rescind the resolution -which authorises the Gov ernment to negotiate with the Com monwealth regarding the transfer of the Northern Territory. The Govern ment opposed the motion on the grounds that negotiations were in progress. The debate was adjourned.

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, AUGUST 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, AUGUST 19. | T. Hanlon, who on Friday told the police that he had been robbed of £400, has now informed them that the matter has been cleared up. To day he saw his little girl playing in the back yard with an old tin. He saw her take three pieces of paper out of the tin, aud on examining them fonnd they were the £100 notes which he thought had been stolen from him. The Political Labour Council re ceived a cable message last night from the Conntess of Warwick in reply to the invitation sent her some time ago to visit Australia at the time of the next Federal elections. The Countess replied as follows: " Thanks for in invitation ; impossible accept it: have hard work here." Angnst 21. Mrs. Maitland, an aged woman re siding at Tatong, went for a stroll on Saturday afternoon and has not since returned. Mrs. Cleary, whose house is now partly inundated with water turned into the Waranga Basin, has rejected an offer of £20 compensation and demands £50. There is. now th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906

THE .' BLUE FLAME PERFECTION " STOVE, the greatest comfort in a house, at WHITLOCK & COMPANY'S, Carnarvon.

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RUSSIA. LONDON, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906

RUSSIA. LONDON, August 18. j At Kazan, a manufacturing town | situated three miles from the north ; bank of the Volga, nnmerons plants for the manufacture of bombs have been discovered. Many students at the technical college have been ar rested. Three bombs were thrown from the balcony of a house in Warsaw at a carriage in which the Governor General was seated. Two of the bombs exploded behind the carriage, smashing the windows of neighbour ing houses. It is reported that.the Governor-General is suffering from concussion of the brain. Just before the Governor-General passed three young men armed with revolvers ordered the tenants to leave the flat from which the bombs were thrown. August 22. The commander of the Borrison Regiment at Samarn, a Russiau town on the Volga, was killed in his own j residence. Methylated spirits were poured over the body, which was then I set alight. The officer's assailants are unknown. August 23. The chief of police at Stedlee, Poland, was killed yesterd...

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INTER-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, August 21. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906

INTER-STATE NEWS. « NEW SOUTH WALES. STDNEY, August 21. | The Federal legislators have visited the Lake George site. Nine of the visitors were driven to Conberra, one of the new sites suggested. The case of Crick, Willis, and Bath is still continuing in the police court. The Full Court has given its decision in an industrial dispute matter of some importance. It was asked on behalf of W. D. and H. O. Wills that the Arbitration Court should be res trained from dealing with an alleged dispute between the applicants and the United Tobacco Operatives' Union. The court granted the application, holding that the dispute was not be tween employers and employed, but was one between the union and em ployers. The A.N.A. held an exhibition in Sydney in January last and incnrred a deficit of £1,800. A deputation interviewed the Premier to-day to ask the Government to assist in liquidat ing the debt. Mr. Carruthers pro mised that the request of the deputa tion would receive favourable con siderat...

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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906

GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, August 18. | All American gang has succeeded in passing many spurious bank notes in the West End of London. The spurious notes are said to be wonder fully like genuine ones, and the forgery was only discovered when the notes were presented to the bank for pay ment. A negro has been lynched at Green wood, South Carolina, for having assaulted a white woman. An appeal made by the Governor to the mob to desist ended in the negro being shot instead of barned. The Cape Government has issned a warning to artisans and skilled work men not to go to that colony, as the snpply of labour is fully equal to the demand. August 22. The British first-class croiser Do minion, of the Atlantic sqoadron, struck a reef in Chaleurs Bay, Gulf of St. Lawrence. She leaked badly on being floated off, and was docked at Quebec. August 23. The members of the Italian com mission to inquire into the question of colonisation in Western Australia have sailed for Fremantle in the German steamer ...

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