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ROEBOURNE NEWS. ROEBOURNE, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906
ROEBOURNE NEWS. Roeboorn®. AueuBt 8. A special council meeting of the Nor* West Progress Leagne was held at the Victoria Hotel on Tuesday evening, August 7, and -was largely attended. Mr. S. Wiley was elected a member of the council. A letter was received from Sab-In spector Osborne advising the league of the Commissioner's decision that it was inad visable for the members of the force to take an active part in ite deliberations. A letter was also received from W. Frankcom, secretary of the Tableland Roads Board, regarding the ravages of dingoes, and requesting co-operation to bring pressure to bear on the Government to secure remedial measures. Numerous telegrams from the Premier and other members of Parliament were read. A letter was received from Dr. Hicks announcing the formation of the Northern Parliamentary Party, quoting the resolution agreed npon by them with regard to increased mail and traffic facili ties, and explaining the attitude of the Premier towards Point Sampson co...
RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906
RAINFAJCiL. The following rainfall has been recorded at the undermentioned placcs for the week ending Thursday: Points. Whim Creek 172 Port Hedland 3*2 Cossack ... ... ... 167 Roebourne 137 Fortescue ... ... --- 137 Onslow ... ... ... ... 164 Winning Pool ... ... ... 30 Wooramel ... ... ... 17 Han.elin Pool ... ... ... 73 Peak Hill 29 Nannine ... ... ... 21 Cue ... ... ... ... 46 Talgoo ... ... ... ... 40 Wiluna ... ... 35 Carnarvon ... 115 j On the R.M.8. China, which called at Fremantle on Tuesday, were eight wool buyers, representatives of British and Continental houses, bound for the Eastern States in connection with the ensuing wool season. A Sydney telegram, dated Tuesday, says: " Dr. Tidswell, who is conducting the ex periments with Dr. Danysz in connection with rabbit destruction by disease, said it would be unfair to say what the results of the tests to date had been, as they were incomplete. With regard to the effect the disease would have on cheep, the experi ments were o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906
W. SUKROO (Late of W. D. Moore & Co., Fremantle), PLUMBERS, GASFITTERS, AND TANK MAKERS. WINDMILL WORE A SPECIALITY. Address: Fort Hotel, Carnarvon. IHABLEE, THE JAP, begs to notify that he is supplying Fresh Fish every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. SALT and SMOKED FISH always on hand. Salt Fish, 4a. 6d. doz.; 5d. each. Smoked. Fish, 5s. fid. doz.; 6d. each. Country orders receive prompt attention. - Steamers supplied with Fresh Fish. FRESH FISH. Gascoyne Racing Club. ANNUAL MEETING Of the above Club will be held at CARNARVON on Monday & Wednesday, OCTOBER 29 and 31, 1906. PATRONS : Sir E. H. Wifctenooin, M.L.C., and R. F. Sholl, Esq., M.L.C. PRESIDENT: W. J. Batcher, Esq., M.L A. COMMITTEE: Messrs. P. Macnish, J. A. Morrell, H. B. Geyer, W. G. lies, P. Ryan, D. J. Hearman, H. Campbell, J. McCarthy, C. Fane, and J. W. Laverty. STEWARDS: Messrs. D. J. Hearman, P. Ryan, J. W. Laverty, H. Campbell, J. McCarthy, P. Macnish, and C. Fane. HANDICAPPER : J. A. Morrell. JUGD...
Cablegrams. EARTHQUAKE IN CHILI. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE AND DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY. LONDON, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906
Cablegrams. EARTHQUAKE IN CHILI. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE AND DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY. LONDON. ANGNST 18. An earthquake is reported to have been felt at Valparaiso, Chili. The first telegrams received were of a somewhat alarming character. The disturbance, it is reported, was followed by the outbreak of fires in different parts of the city. Later accounts indicated that the ! results were less serious. _ , The seismograph at Washington recorded slow tremors ou Thursday T' evening. The most violent shock was ex perienced towards eight o'clock, and the disturbances ceased at midnight. Messages received from various directions on Friday night after com munications had been partially res tored, showed that the area of the earthquake was between Los Andes and Valparaiso. Advices from Mendoza (au import ant town, in Argentina) states that numerous towns were wrecked. At Los Andes many inhabitants were killed. The record of Professor Slilne's seismograph at the Isle of Wight suggests that the ch...
RIFLE SHOOTING. THE SKINNER CUP. WON BY MR. C. R. ENWING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906
RIFLE SHOOTING. THE SKINNER CUP. WON BY ME. C. R. EWING. The final stage in the shooting for the cap presented to the Carnarvon Rifle Club by Mr. Chas. Skinner was reached on Saturday, wben firing at the 500 yards range was negotiated. Mr. Ewing made the remarkably good score for a beginner of 31, and this was closely followed by the vpfceran shot, Mr. lies, with 30. On the handicaps being opened, it was found that the handicappers (Messrs. Baston, lies, and Irvine) bad treated the novices very liberally, giving 30 points handicap in a match the "possible" for which was only 70. Mr. Ewing, who made 49 off the rifle, had a handicap of 25, and this carried him well over the " possible," and won him the prize. Mr. W. F. Cole, who is also a maiden rifleman, ran him very closely. The best shooting in the match was shown by Mr. G. Atkinson, who scored 53 off the rifle. The cup was presented to Mr. Ewing at the Settlers' Hotel on Saturday evening, the recipient being warmly congratulated. ...
PARISHIONERS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906
PARISHIONERS' MEET ING. A largely-attended meeting of pariih 10tiers was held at the conclusion of last hunday evening's service at the Anglican Church. The Rev. W. Sharp, who presided, m his preliminary remarks referred to the need of a Bishop in connection with church vork in the Nor'-West, and said an idea had got about that the people of Carnar von did not want a new diocese created because up to the present so little interest bad been shown in the matter. They should endeavour to remove that fallacy. 1 he motions which he tbonght the present meeting should discuss were (1) the desirability of a Nor'-West BUhop4ri>e mg created and (2) that Camarrofcshould the See town- » now rested *b0Ee Present to move resolutions in ma> Mr. W. G Des saad before passing re solutions such as Mr. Sharp had suggested he thought uiore consideration should be given to the expenses which would be attendant on the Bishopric. They should make an effort to provide an endowment fund for the Bishop....
BROOME NOTES. BROOME, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 August 1906
BROOME NOTES. BBOOME, August 8. Broome just now is very quiet. When one looks back four or five years you would hardly believe such a difference could take place in so short a time. The pearlers have had a very bad time this last three years, shell going down repeatedly. One or two rather fine pearls have been found lately by Captain Talboys, Messrs. Freney, Coleman, Sam Taylor, and others, who all deserve their good fortune, having played an uphill game for a few years. A repre- sentative meeting of the W.A. Pearlers' Association was held at the Literary In- stitute on the 6th inst. The principal topic discussed was the advisability of re- ducing the output, wbich seems to far ex- ceed the demand. Various suggestions were made, viz., that of reducing the fleets as follows: Owners of 4, 5, or 6 boats to reduce 1 The owners of these boats so laying up to be compensated in the following way: A levy to be made of £12 10s. per working lugger of the boats now in commission, which would m...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 1 September 1906
VICTORIA. Melboobne, A.ngost 26. A peculiar land subsidence occurred at Timboon a few days ago, when an area of nine square yards sank bodily eight feet. It occurred in a primeval forest where nothing in the shape-of mining had been carried on for years. A man named Charles Beeson, em ployed at the Dandas Artificial Manure Works, Footscray, fell from the lift in the building to the ground and was^ killed. During a severe storm and earth tremor which occurred at nine o'clock on Friday night the whole front wall of a Church of England Sunday School was wrecked, the wall falling bodily into the street. C. Ralph, twelve years of age, employed as a paper runner at Men* tone, whilst turning the handles of railway carriages which passed him, overbalanced and fell between tho platform and train, with his arms across the rails. Several carriages passed over them. His right arm was crushed and had to be amputated, as also was the left hand at the wrist. August 27. A shocking fatality occurred...
INTER-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 1 September 1906
INTER-STATE NEWS. » NEW SOUTH WALES. bTDNEY, August 26. I i onrteen members of the crew of the Chinese steamer Indradeo refused duty when the vessel was abont to leave port with a cargo of coal. The police were informed and the men were arrested. Angast 28. Louisa Gordon, an elderly woman, pleaded guilty at the criminal conrt to-day of having attempted to cause poison to be taken by M. Gordon with intent to kill her. The Crown Pro secutor said that Mary Gordon married a brother of the accused. There had been ill-feeling between the accused and her sister-in-law. The accused brought two jugs to the door to get' the milk. Tbey would not hold the full measure, and accused took the measure to empty it into something else. When the milkman received the measure back he found sediment in it. He then went to the maid and obtained the milk taken in by accused. This also had sediment in it, which upon analysis was found to be strych nine sufficient to kill six personB. The hearing of the case...
GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 1 September 1906
GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, August 25. King Leopold of the Belgians has offered a prize of £8,000 to the dis coverer of a remedy for the sleeping sickness, which of late years has been decimating certain regions in Central Africa. His Majesty has also invited the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine to submit a scheme for the prevention of the disease. Another collision occurred yester day between the police and strikers at Bilbao, Spain, in which several were injured and many arrests were effected. Three thousand troops occupy the principal streets and squares of the town. Several soldiers engaged in com batting forest fires near the French naval port of Toulon, have been burned to death. August 27. On the occasion of the christening of his grandson, the Kaiser released all persons undergoing imprisonment for lese viajeste. Seven British batt'eships and- two large cruiscrs \\ hich recently met with accidents of a more or less so lie us nature, are now lying helpless. The American consul...
AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE. LONDON, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 1 September 1906
AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE. LONDON, August 30. The Times, commenting on its Aus tralian correspondent's declaration that the present naval agreement re garding the Australian squadron is unpopular in the Commonwealth, states that any scheme advocated by the best local authorities if submitted to the Imperial Government would receive attentive and even sympathetic consideration. It believes there is no foundation for saying that Captain Gresswell's fcheme has been peremp torily and contemptuously rejected. The report of the committee on im perial defence, says the same journal, embodied merely a friendly opinion given solely because the Federal Gov ernment solicited it.
NEW ZEALAND'S POSITION. LONDON, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 1 September 1906
NEW ZEALAND'S POSITION. LONDON, August 30. Commenting on the budget speech of Sir J. Ward, Premier of New Zea land, the Financial Times saje that although prosperous and progressive, New Zealand moves at a rather slow pace as regards the development work the public expects, and generally the budget suggests anything but economy. The Financial News says New Zea land thrives and keeps a level head. Despite her pronounced socialistic tendencies, her policy is not incon sistent with really sound and cautious management of the colony's finances. The same journal applauds Sir J. Ward's proposals for establishing sinking funds in connection with New Zealand's loans and for the redemption of Treasury bills.
The Northern Times. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1906. THE LAND TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 1 September 1906
The I PASTORAL, MINING AND PBAELING NEWS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1906. 1'HB LAND TAX. THE land tax proposals of the Govern ment are coming in for a deal of ad verse criticism -wherever they have been discussed, and should the measure emerge from Parliament at all, it is likely to do so in a much-amended form. One of the arguments against the measure is that the revenue ex pected to be raised by taxing land is not absolutely essential to the well- i being of the State; that a little1 judicious economy in the Public Ser- ; vice would serve the same purpose as the proposed taxation and be more palatable to the majority of the popu- I lation. Another argument against the tax is that it is purely a class one, and its incidence will largely fall on the yeoman class which this State in particular so much desires. Putting aside the first of these two objections to Mr. Moore's proposals, the second one gives ample scope for reflection. The singling out of owners or lessees of land for taxati...
EMIGRATION TO NEW SOUTH WALES. LONDON, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 1 September 1906
EMIGRATION TO NEW SOUTH WALES. LONDON, August 30. j uuriug the last twelve montus Hew South Wales granted assisted pas sages to 419 emigrants, who took from this country an aggregate capital of £44,000. Inquiries from persons disposed to emigrate to New South Wales are increasing, aud for a party of five assisted passages have been booked this week. Dr. ViTallace, Professor of - Agri culture at Edinburgh University, on being interviewed by a newspaper reporter yesterday, offered to obtain as emigrants for New South Wales 1,000 Scotch farmers with an average capital of £500, the land provided to be equal in quality to that at Myalla Creek, at the same price,* and on the same terms of payment.
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 1 September 1906
LOCAX. AND GENERAL. LAND SALE.-On Wednesday next a number of town blocks will be submitted to public auction at the Besident Magis trate's office, Carnarvon. GOLF.-We are asked to remind members of this club that the first competition will be held during this month. Particulars can be obtained from the secretary (Mr. Curlewis). BOEBOTTBNE BO AXIS BOABD.-This board has declared a rate of Is. in the £ for the current year. Announcements in this issue state that all cart and carriage and dog licenses for the current year must be paid forthwith to the secretary of the board (Mr. W. Byron). *' GLASSWARE SOCIAL."-This, the second social promoted for the purpose of secur ing table requisites for public functions, will take place at the Jubilee Hall this evening. Ladies are expected to con tribute a piece of glassware, and gentle men IB. VICTORIA DISTRICT TURF CLUB.-The committee of this club have decided to hold their annual race meeting on October 24. The reason for holding the meeting so...
A CUBAN INSURRECTION. LONDON, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 1 September 1906
A CUBAN INSURRECTION. LONDON, August 2-5. General Guerra, one of tbe Cuban insurgent leaders, has quitted San Juan and is now advancing on Guane, a town in the province of Pinar del Rio. His forces number 2,000, includ ing many veterans, and are daily increasing. President Psilroa has ordered from an American firm four quick-firers. The Cuban Government has asked the United States to supply them with eight quick-firers manned by American artillerymen to quell the rebellion. August 27. The Cuban revolutionaries have captured Palmira, a village near Cienfuegos, on the south coast of Cuba. American officials at Washington believe that the revolution is well financed. August 28. The Cuban Government troops have captured Senor Cartos Mendicta, an ex-Congressman and leader of the insurgents in the province of Santa Clara.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 1 September 1906
Carnarvon Coach Factory TP. T. BATTY, 8oi.fi PROPRIETOR. Work done in all branches of the trade. VEHICLES BUILT to Tour Own Order. Horses Carefully Shod. Coach Painting and Trimming done. Country otders promptly attended to. A TBIAI. SOLICITED, Address: Robinson. Street, Carnarvon W. SUKROO (Late of W. D. Moore ft Co., Fremantle), PLUMBERS, GASFITTERS, AND TANK MAKERS. jmnUOLL WORK A SPECIALITY. - Oaroarvon. Gascoyne Racing Club. ANNUAL MEETING Of the above Clab will be held at CARNARVON on Monday & Wednesday, OCTOBER 29 and 31, 1906. PATBONS : Sir E. H. Wittenoom, M.L.C., and E. F. Sholl, Esq., M.L.C. PEESIDENT : TV. J. Butcher, Esq., Jtf.L A. COMMITTEE: Messrs. P. Macnish, J. A. Morrell, H. B. Geyer, W. G. lies, P. Ryan, D. J. Hear man, H. Campbell, 3. McCarthy, C. Fane, and J. W. Laverty. STEWARDS: Messrs. D. J. Hearman, P. Ryan, 3. W. Laverty, H. Campbell, J. McCarthy, P. Macnish, and C. Fane. HAKDICAPPEB : J. A. Morrell. JUPGE: J. W. Laverty. PROGRAMME: FIBST DAY. 1.-GA...
MINING AT BANGEMALLI INSPECTION OF FIELD BY GOVERNMENT MINERALOGIST ADVOCATED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 1 September 1906
MINING AT BANGEMALLI INSPECTION OF FIELD BY GOVEBN MENT MINERALOGIST ADVOCATED. A correspondent writes " A man who has just come from Bangemall reports that within the last week or two a- man named McGee has obtained a 12 oz. sing, besides several ouncas of-finer .gold. I have also heard that Peter GooSbody and mate sent away 6 ozs., amongst whi'-.h was a piece 25 dwts. in weight, which they obtained in a gully known as the prospectors', at Bang em all. Surely this, with what I reported some time ago, ought to be sufficient to in duce the Mines Department to get a geologist's report oh this field and the district generally. There is a highly mineralised belt of conntry. extending from Peak Hill in the S.BL. to the Aehburton in the N.W. This belt is known to contain gold, Gilver, and copper, anil yet I don't believe the Sliues 'Department have ever tried to find out- anjfht: about the value of either. Had Bangeniall been at Black Range .1 feel quite ^.satisfied they would have had to...
CANADA AGGRIEVED. LONDON, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 1 September 1906
CANADA AGGRIEVED. LONDON, August 25. Canadian newspapers complain that the Imperial Government is seeking to settle at Washington outstanding grievances between Canada and the United States regardless of Canadian interests. Such a policy, they declare, is disloyal to Canada. According to the same jonruals an emergency meet ing of the Canadian Cabinet is to be held next week to consider the situa tion arising out of the pressure Eng land is bringing to bear on the Dominion to settle the disputes. Mr. W. Mortimer Clarke, Lieu tenant-Governor of the province of Ontario, states that he recently visited England and was impressed by the inexcusable ignorance and apathy prevalent regarding Canadian affairs and colonists. England, he declares, ought to 8tart a campaign to teach the English imperialism other than by inserting on the annual estimates the item " Congo Free State, £12,000."
WINNING POOL NOTES. WINNING POOL, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 1 September 1906
WINNING POOL NOTES. WINNING POOL, AUGUST 30. bix inches or rain has fallen at Yanrey station. Shearing will finish about the i end of the present' week. Mr. DePledge j speaks highly .of the ..way in which the I Federal Shearing. Go. carry oat their work. The shearers when getting a good ran averagfe about 140 per day per man. The clip looks well, and the wool is clean, strong; and bright. Mr. Banbury's teams passed last week on their return journey from Maud's Land ing. No doubt when the artesian bore is pat down 12 miles from Maud's Landing there will be much more traffic on this route.