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THE RABBIT-PROOF FENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 September 1905

THE BABBIT-PROOF FENCE. - . -in Amongst the passsengers en route for Fremantis by tfae ejs. Bullarra, which called at Carnarvon on Monday, was Mr. R. J. Anketell, the engineering surveyor in charge of the construction of the rabbit proof fences. In conversation with Mr. Anketell we learnt that -the inner or No. 2 fence, from Point Ann to a point north of YalgOo, is j now completed, its total length being 714 ! mdes. The onter or No. 1 fence, which j starts from Starvation Boat. Harbour (to the west of Eeperance) has been con structed via Barracoppin and Lake Way to a point 50 miles north of Lake Nab beru, which is some 80 or 90 miles east of Peak Hill. This fence will be continued in a due northerly direction to WaUal, on the 90-Mile Beach, there still remaining about 400 miles of the fence to construct. Mr. Anketell is returning from a trip to Wallal, where he has been to examine the route of the fence and to complete the necessary arrangements for carrying oat tho remaining portio...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SINGAPORE DOCKS. LONDON, September 25. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 September 1905

SINGAPORE DOCKS. LOXDOX, September 25. The Observer, a well-informed Lon don paper, states that the Government has decided to purchase the commer cial docks at Singapore. An officer at Devon port, inter viewed on the subject, expressed approval of Singapore as a naval base. He stated that its adoption was fore shadowed in November last in the Admiralty's scheme for a redistribu tion of the navy. Hong Kong, he declares, is a good base for operations in Chinese waters, but too distant for embodiment in a scheme of defence for Australia. For safeguarding Aus tralia the recognised keynote is, he says, Singapore. The Persian press is attacking England over the new boundary award. They declare that the award unfairly favours Afghanistan, and demand that the Shah should refuse to ratify it.

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STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of news intended for publication in this column will be gladly welcomed.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 September 1905

STOCK AND STATION . NEWS. QTtemB of news intended for publication in tliie column will be gladly welcomed.] The 6.6. Ballarra had a email number of stock en route for Fremantle. Mr. Arnold Lockyer (formerly of the Springs station, JJoebonrae), had a dozen mixed horses on board, Mr. Brogan 20. and there were also 20 bollocks and 300 sheep, owner Mrs. Brown, Mr. Heppingstone In charge. Mr. S. L. Barges recently purchased 10,000 sheep in the Roebourae dis trict. Of these a large mob were recently chipped from Port Sampson by the Min ilya and the balance will be shipped south in the course of a few weeks. No less than 14 fully laden wool teams were, in Carnarvon on the 22nd inst., the total quantity of wool received in town that day being 320 bales. The s.s. Dilkera arrived on Sunday morn ing and departed early on Monday, having loaded 3,500 sheep. The placing of a few more battens on the gangway leading to the ship would have ma>1e things easier for the sheep and also have saved tim...

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THE AUSTRALIAN LABOUR PARTY. LONDON, September 24. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 September 1905

THE AUSTRALIAN LABOUR PARTY. LONDON, September 24. Mr. James, Agent-General for West Australia, has addressed a letter to the Times protesting against the action o£ the Economist's Melbourne correspondent in imputing dishonesty to the Labour Party in Australia. Mr. James declares that when 95 per cent, of the British population in the Commonwealth ceases to be honest it should give rise to serious misgivings as to the honesty of the British race as a whole.

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 September 1905

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The regular fortnightly meeting of tbiB council was held on Tuesday last, there being present the Mayor (M. G. Baston) and Crs. Angelo and Atkinson. A letter was read from Cr. Dun lop ten dering his resignation as a member of t*ie council. Cr. Angelo proposed and Cr. At kitison seconded that the resignation be accepted. Carried. Cr. Fennell was granted a month's leave of absence. The town clerk was instructed to supply the Rev. T, Bird with a fresh account foi the fencing of the blocks owned by the Methodist Church, and also an estimate of the value of the blocks. Messrs. W. E. Goss & Co., of Perth, wrote stating they had three acetylene street 1 lamps for sale and offering them to the council at cost price. After discussion it was decided to hold the matter over until the next meeting, when as the Mayor eaid the council might | see its way clear to purchase the lamps. | Mr. D. Nash wrote claiming JE12 10s. i from the council for the half cost of a fence 1...

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ALLEGED STOLEN PLANS. LONDON, September 24. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 September 1905

ALLEGED STOLEN PLANS. LONDON, September 24. j French newspapers allege that a submersible torpedo boat just launched at Kiel by the Germans is an exact copy of the French submarine boat " Aigrette." They declare that the French plans were treasonably sold to Germany, and a pupil of a French school of engineering is supposed to be the culprit.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 September 1905

SENSE RIPTIOKS (POSTAGE INCLUDED). £ E. D. One Year 15 0 Six Months ... ... ... 0 12 6 One Quarter 0 6 6 To ADVERTISERS. THE NORTHERN TIMES circulates among at the pastor a lists, miners. pearlers, and business people of the whole ITortK, and therefore trill be found a first-chat medium for adver tisers. Sates for advertising on ap plication.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 September 1905

SHIPPING. OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO. LIMITED, AND WEST AUSTRALIAN STEAM NAVIGATION CO. LIMITED. QUICKEST ROUTE TO LONDON via JAVA and SINGAPORE. STEAMSHIPS. SULTAN. MINILYA. 2063 tons. 2744 tons. CAPT. P. TOWNLEY. CAPT. E. RICHABDSON PAROO. CHARON. 2665 tonB. 2681 tons. CAPT. A. MILLS. CAPT. I. BELL. Fortnightly Services. SOUTH. From. Singapore. From Carnarvon about PAROO, Sept. 18. October 4. SULTAN, October 2. '* 18. CHARON, " 17 " 31. MINILYA, Nov. 1. November 15. PAEOO, Nov. 16. November 30. NORTH. From Fremantle. Carnarvon. MINILYA, Oct. 3. October 6. PAROO, Oct. 20. October 22. SULTAN, Nov. 3. November 5. CHARON, Nov. 19. November 21. S.6. Saltan leaving Fremantle, 3rd November, ?will arrive here in time for Races and Show, from Fremantle and Geraldton, and the Charon from North is due here about 31st October, also in time for these events. Minilya leaving here for Fremantle, 15th November, will enable visitors to leave two days after the Show. These steamers, built especially for tl...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF CARNARVON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 September 1905

SHIPPING. POET OF CARNARVON. ARRIVALS. September 23.- Charon, s.s., I. Bell master, from Fremantle. Passengers:-From Fremantle : Miss Russell, Mrs. Morreson, daughter, and nurse, Mrs. Matheson, Miss B. Bobinson, Miss Madge, Messrs. T. Thomas, T. Carter, D. Roberts, C. Skin ner, J. McKay, A. Hutchison. For Onslow: Dr. Morrison, Messrs. W. A. Barry, H. Fey, M. Cooper, J. Woon, McKeazie, Hancock. For Cossack: Mr. and Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. F. and Master Preston. For Port Hedland : Messrs. F. Parker, T. Bell, J. Hinde, H. Saw, P. Anderson, E. Bowen. For Broome : Capt. Barter, T. Plialan, A. Brier, J. Lucas. For Derby : Messrs. H. Ash, D. fiondan, E. Egan. For Singapore: Messrs. McLaren, Sliot ter, Weller, Coifield, Johnson, Dr. Kenny. September 25.-Bullarra, s.s., C. Ulbrich master, from Northern ports. Passengers From Cos sack : W. Smith. From Onslovt : Mr. Harvey. From JWyndham for Fremantle: A. E. Sainsbury, W. H. Stretch. From Derby for Fremantle-T. Boyd, A. Manning, A. McGlew. From Broo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 September 1905

Carnarvon Municipality. ELECTORAL LIST. NOTICE iB hereby given that the LIST °f VOTERS for the Municipality of Carnarvon for the year 1905 is now posted outside Messrs. Baston & Co.'s store, "where it may be inspected by .Ratepayers or other interested persons. Any person whose name has been omitted from this electoral list may on or before the 30th day of SEPTEMBER in this year apply by letter delivered or sent through the post, addressed to the Mayor, to have his name inserted thereon, and in each letter shall give particulars of his claim, and any person whose name has been inserted in such electoral listras a voter who is dissatisfied with such lists as not specify ***£j"1® annual value of the ratable lands of which he is seised or possessed may likewise on or before the said day apply in the same manner to the Mayor to «Te amonn^ such annual value altered, and shall give particulars of such claim. Any person whose name appears on snch electoral list may on or before the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 September 1905

Gascoyne Racing' Club, ANNUAL MEETING Of the above Club will be held at CAR NARVON on TUESDAY and THURSDAY, 7th and 9th November, 1905. PATRONS-Sir E. H. Wittenoom, M.L.C., and E. F. Sholl, Esq., M.L.C. PRESIDENT-W. J. Butcher, Esq, M.L.A. COMMITTEE-Messrs. P. Macnish, W. Hatch, C. D. V. Foss. J. W. Laverty, A. Burt, F. Inkpen, P. Ryan, D. J. Hearman, J. A. Morrell, A. Nicol. and H. Campbell. STEWARDS-Messrs. P. Macnish, W. Hatch, C. D. V. Foss, J. W. Laverty, A. Burt, P. Ryan, D. J. Hearman. HANDICAPPER-A. H. Hepburn, Esq. JODGE-H. Campbell, Esq. STARTER-D. N. McLeod, Esq. SECRETARY-Win. Newman. PROGRAMME. FIRST DAY 1.-GASCOYNE PLATE, of 25 sovs., second horse to receive 5 sovs. out of the stake. One stone over weight for age. Open only to horses bred in the Gascoyne and Ashburton Magisterial Districts, who have not won an advertised race of the value of .£10 or over. Entrance, 25s. One mile. To start at noon. 2.-MINILYA HANDICAP, of 30 sovs., second horse to receive 5 sovs. out of...

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THE DARDANELLES. LONDON, September 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 September 1905

THE DARDANELLES. LONDOX, September 23. St. Petersburg journals are urging that the acquisition by Russia of the right to free passage through the Dardanelles would constitute a prac tical basis for an Anglo-Russian under standing.

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THE ABORIGINES. PROPOSED BILL. PERTH, September 28. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 September 1905

THE ABORIGINES. PROPOSED BILL. PEETH, September 28. Copies of the Aborigines Bill, which was introduced by the Colonial Secretary, Mr. W. Kingsmill, and read for the first in the Legislative Council on August 16, has been cir culated. The following is a synop sis of the new measure. The Bill provides for the appointment of a Chief Protector for aborigines, who will be under the Minister responsible for the administration of that de partment. The Chief Protector is to be the legal guardian of every abor iginal under 16 years. No person will be permitted without the authority of the Chief Protector to remove any aboriginal or male half-caste ander the age of 16 or female aboriginal or half-caste from one district to an other, or any place beyond the State. The Protector will be permitted to grant authority for the removal of aborigines and half-castes to persons npon the production of recognisances and payment of expenses for the re turn of the aboriginal or half-caste to the place fr...

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THE PROPOSED PEACE CONFERENCE. LONDON, September 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 September 1905

THE PROPOSED PEACE CON FERENCE. LONDON, September 23. | President Roosevelt yesterday in formed a conference of leading politic ians that the Czar being desirous of summoning a Peace Conference at The Hague to supplement the work of the original Peace Conference, in quired whether he (the President) was quite willing to waive his claim to summon such a conference with a view to initial steps being taken in 1904. Mr. Roosevelt stated that he was delighted to accede to the Czar's wishes.

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EMIGRATION TO AUSTRALIA. GENERAL BOOTH'S PROPOSALS. LONDON. September 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 September 1905

EMIGRATION TO AUS TRALIA.. GENERAL BOOTH'S PROPOSALS. LONDON. September 23. General Bootb has expressed liis j willingness to submit candidates for | bis scheme of emigration to Australia for the approval of the Agents- ! General. September 24. Mr. Deakin's telegram lias delighted General Bootb, who is awaiting a communication from Mr. Seddon be fore completing his plans. September 20. Mr. Taverner, the Agent-General for Victoria, has suggested to General Booth that the best way to attain his ends with regard to- Australian immi gration would be by the formation of j a Salvationist colony on the banks of the Murray, where land which could j be irrigated was available suitable for ! fruit growing and poultry keeping. j Melbournk, September 24. : Mr. Deakin yesterday despatched the following message to General I Booth : " Communicated your pro- | posals to State Governments. Am pleased inform you general willingness has been displayed to take advantage of opportunities you offer. Requ...

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AN OVER-DUE CUTTER. GROUNDLESS FEARS FOR HER SAFETY. PERTH, September 25. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 September 1905

AN OYER-DUE CUTTER. GROUNDLESS FEARS FOR HER ? SAFETY. j PERTH, September 25. I On Saturday Messrs. Haynes, Robin Bon & Cox commnnicated with the Colonial Secretary requesting him to send out a boat to searcli for the cutter May, which is missing. The May is the property of the Monte Bello Company. She left Onslow seven weeks ago in charge of Captain Bell, her destination being Monte Bello islands, situated 90 miles north ?west of Onslow. The manager of the company, Mr. Marris, was on board, and before leaving he informed Clark and Co., of Onslow, that the cutter would return to port about Augnst 25 ?with the whole staff, six in all, in cluding Bell himself, two other Euro peans, and two Malays. As there is no sign of the cutter great anxiety is felt concerning the safety of her occupants. The Colonial Secretary promised to I despatch a boat to Monte Bello to J prosecute the search. September 26. Anxiety regarding the whereabouts j of the cutter May and her company I was all...

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RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. LONDON, September 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 September 1905

RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. LOXDON, September 23. Bands of robbers at Baku are attacking trains daily. In one in stance 53 passengers were wounded and one killed. A party of Cossacks who were in the train volleyed on the robbers and saved the mails. September 24. Aided by Russian Social Demo crats and with the connivance of two of his military guards, who subse quently disappeared, Feldman, a lead ing organiser of the revolt on the battleship Kniaz Potemkin, escaped from prison at Sebastopol and arrived at Berlin. September 25. Twenty thousand workmen and their wives and children are said to be starving at Baku. The Armenians and Tartars at Baku have signed a mutual treaty of peace. A German has been killed at Shusha, in Russian Armenia. The German consul has made vigorous representations to the Russian author ities and demands an explanation and the recovery of the body of the murdered man. September 26. The Englishman rescued at Baku during the recent massacres asserts that the latter outc...

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Cablegrams. THE PEACE TREATY. LONDON, September 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 September 1905

Cablegrams. ? THE PEACE TREATY. LONDON, September 23. A high official of the United States, who is at present in Paris, explains that President Roosevelt's chief object in farthering the peace settlement was to afford a field for Japanese activity in Manchuria, thereby -warding off the yellow peril from the United States. September 24. Of forty memorials addressed to the Mikado of Japan from individual associations, urging His Majesty not to ratify the peace treaty, the most conspicuous is an address signed by six professors of the Imperial uni versity. The memorialists in this in stance absolutely condemn the treaty, on the ground that it annuls the pur ^bse ,of the war as stated at the declaration of hostilities. The treaty, they declare, is pregnant with elements of humiliation and future danger to Japan's national intereuts. Renter's correspondent at Tokio states there is intense indignation among the influential classes in Japan consequent on the revelation that the peace treat...

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GENERAL CABLES. GERMANY'S ATTITUDE TOWARDS ENGLAND. LONDON, September 28. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 September 1905

GENERAL CABLES. GERMANY'S ATTITUDE TO WARDS ENGLAND. LONDON, September 28. Herr Rassermann, leader of the National Liberal Party in the German Reichstag, speaking yesterday at Essen, attributed the increasingly strained relations with England to England's policy of arranging fresh coalitions against Germany. Prepara tions for the final reckoning, he added, were under way, despite England's menaces and the impudent speeches of English admirals. Germany would bnild the strong fleet she required.

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ANGLO-JAPANESE TREATY. LONDON, September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 30 September 1905

ANGLO-JAPANESE TREATY. LONDON, September *27. A Bine Book was issued yesterday - containing tlie text of the Anglo Japanese treaty. The articles agreed to are : The consolidation and main tenance of general peace in Eastern Asia and India. The preservation of the common interests of the Powers in China by insuring the independence and integrity of the Chinese empire. E^ual opportunities for commerce and industry in China. The maintenance of the territorial rights of the high contracting parties first named (Eng land and Japan) and a rigorons defence of their special interests in those regions. Whenever in the opinion of Britain and Japan the above interests are in jeopardy, the two Governments are to commnnicate with one another fully and frankly and to consider measures to safeguard their rights and interest®. If by reason of an unprovoked attack or aggressive ac tion on the part of any other Power or Powers either contracting party should be involved in a war for the defence of th...

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