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A LARGE FIRE IN JAPAN. LONDON, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 October 1905

A LARGE FIRE IN JAPAN. LONDON, October 3. j Twenty army store-houses at Hiro shima, a Japanese city on the island of Hondo, was destroyed yesterday by fire. The damage is estimated at a million sterling. Incendiarism is suspected.

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
STATE POLITICS. A DISSOLUTION GRANTED. GENERAL ELECTION TO TAKE PLACE. PERTH, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 October 1905

STATE POLITICS. A DISSOLUTION GRANTED. GENERAL ELECTION TO TAKE PLACE. PERTH, October 3. Mr. Johnson, responding to the toast of Parliament at a civic recep tion tendered to the Tariff Commission at Kalgoorlie, said he recognised that Western Australia had reached a stage when affairs required careful handling. He realised this could not be done while there were continual changes of Government. The Labour Party had decided not to offer any factious oppo sition to the present Government. The Labour Party had no intention of playing a game of " ins and outs." Provided the Government realised the difficulties and endeavoured to face them in a manner which would tend to improve the State's position, they would receive every assistance and encouragement from the Opposition. The policy must be one of expenditure in order that the main industries gold mining, agricnltnral, and pas toral-might receive the greatest possible encouragement. October 6. The meeting of Parliament on Wednesday was...

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TABLELAND NEWS. TABLELAND, via Roebourne, September 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 October 1905

TABLELAND NEWS. TABLELAND, via fioebourne, September 19. I hear that 2,500 Tambrey sheep have been disposed of at satisfactory prices, Drover J. Keene in charge. He reports the country from the Tableland to below Peak Hill u> be very dry and water scarce, one stage of 70 miles being waterless. Mr. Nat. Smith met with a painful acci dent while driving the Pyramid team. In patting on the brake he slipped and fell, the wheels passing over his ankle. He is now in hospital. The friends of Mrs. Casaek will learn with regret that she has been seriously ill, but latest reports are to the effect that she had passed the critical stage, and was slowly recovering.

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A THIEF CONFESSES. LONDON, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 October 1905

A THIEF CONFESSES. LONDON, October 3. | A broker's clerk has confessed to forgery and the theft of £70,000 worth of securities belonging to the National City Bank of New York. The securities have been recovered. The name of the thief has not been divulged.

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CZECHS AND GERMANS. LONDON, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 October 1905

CZECHS AND GERMANS. LONDON, October 8. ] Serious street fighting between Czechs and Germans occurred yester day at Briinn, a city in Austria and the capital of Moravia. Two hundred persons were injured in the melee. It is feared the disturbances may rum the efforts being made, and which were considered promising, to recon cile the German and Czech parties in the Reichrath.

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A CASE OF POISONING. PERTH, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 October 1905

A CASE OF POISONING. PERTH, October 2. &. case or ptomaine poisoning oc curred at South Bunbury on Satur day. One of the residents made brawn and distributed it among her neighbours. Eight persons were af fected by the poisoning. Dorothy Withers, three years of age, died, and the remaining persons are now con valescent. Dr. Flynn, who attended the patients, states that the meat of .which the brawn was made was good when itt was bought, but a slight degree of putrefaction set in before the brawn was eaten.

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE UNDESIRABLES. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 October 1905

CORRESPONDENCE. THE UNDESIRABLES. To THE EDITOR. SIR,-Quite a number of cases of assault upon -white men by Asiatics have occurred lately upon the different pearling grounds, and it certainly seems as though the alien resents the legislation affecting his liberty of action in the Commonwealth of Aus tralia. This tendency on his part requires very much more drastic measures for its repression than the law at present pro vides. In their own country an assault upon a European ivonld.be met with each a term of imprisonment, and each a rigor ous and severe course of treatment in gaol as to have a most deterrent effect upon others of the same kidney. Under the gaol regulations in the Commonwealth the surroundings are totally different. The term " hard labour " is a perfect farce and laughing stock to them, and an incarcera tion therein instead of being a warning and a lesson to the Asiatic for the rest of bis sojourn in this conntry has a totally different effect. Plenty of company, free ...

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RUSSIA AND GERMANY. LONDON, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 October 1905

RUSSIA AND GERMANY. LONDON, October 2. According to reports from St. Petersburg M. de W itte, at the Czar's instance, is promoting an alliance with Germany. The Novosti, a St. Petersburg jour nal, warns Russia against incurring fresh calamities by joining Germany in the dangerous and slippery path of an anti-British coalition.

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FOOTBALL. PERTH, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 October 1905

FOOTBALL. PERTH, October 4. The final football match to decide tbe . coastal premiership took place at Fre mantle on Saturday between the West Perth and East Fremantle teams. The match ended in a draw. Seven thousand spectators were present. The gold yield last mouth amounted to 163,297 ounces.

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SWIMMING. LONDON, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 October 1905

SWIMMING. LONDON, October 1. Kieran, the Australian swimming cham pion, yesterday won the 220 yards champion ship at Hornsby in 2 min. 37 sec.

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CAULFIELD AND MELBOURNE CUPS. MELBOURNE, September 31. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 October 1905

CAULEIELD AND MELBOURNE CUPS. MELBOURNE, September 31. | Warroo was heavily backed yesteraay for the Caulfield Cup, JE30.000 being se cured about him. He is now an equal favourite with Marvel Loch. The Victorian Racing Club yesterday decided to reject in future nominations from horse-owner Wren for reasons not stated. Wren's nominations for the two Cups were allowed to stand. Wren has dccided to dispose of all his horses. October 3. Step Out was heavily backed yesterday for tbd Caulfield Cap, £10,000 being se cured. October 5. Daring the past few days Emir has been heavily backed for the Caulfield Cup. Warrior, Step Oat, and Torah are equal favourites at present. Gladsome has been backed for the Mel bourne Cup for several thousand pounds.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 October 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 tone. CAPT. P. TOWNLEY. CAPT. E. EICHABDSOK PAROO. CHARON. 2665 tons. 2681 tons. CAPT. A. MILLS. CAPT. I. BELL. Fortnightly Services. SOTJTH. From Singapore. From Carnarvon about SULTAN, October 2. " 18. CHARON, " 17 " 81. MINILYA, Nov. 1. November 15. PAROO, Nov. 16. November 30. NORTH. From Fremantle. Carnarvon. PAROO, Oct. 20. October 22. SULTAN, Nov. 3. November 5. CHARON, Nov. 19. November 21. S.s. Sultan 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. MinHya leaving here for Fremantle, 15th November, will enable visitors to leave two days after the Show. These steamers, built .especially for the trade, are fitted wittL every modern appliance for tlie ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 October 1905

SVBSCBIPTIOITS (POSTAGE INCLUDED) . £ 6. D. One Tear 1 5 0 Six Months 0 12 6 On© Quarter 0 6 6 To ADTBBTISEBB. THE NOBISEBH TCKKS circulates amongst the pastoraliats, miner*, pearlers, and business people of the whole North, and therefore vnll be found a first-class medium for adver tisers. Sates for advertising o* ap plication.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 October 1905

Victoria District Turf Club. ANNUAL EACE MEETING, To fee held At" GERALDTON, W.A., on WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22 and 24, 1905. FIRST DAY. TBIAL STAKES.-Of 15 sovs. to the winner. For homes that have never won an ad vertised race at the time of starting to the value of 10 sovs. Weight for age. Entrance 15s. About 6 furlongs. To start at 12.30 p.m. GLENGAJBBY HANDICAP.-A handicap of 25 - 'sovs., second horse to receive 5 sovs. out of the stake. Nomination 10s., acceptance 15s. About 1 mile. To start at 2 p.m. POLO CUP.-A handicap. Winner to re ceive a cup value 10 sovs. "For bona-fi.de polo ponies only that have played in matches for at least six months pre ceding the day of race. Nominations to be accompanied by the certificate to this effect from the Secretary of a recognised polo club. Amateur riders, to be first approved by the Stewards. Minimum weight, list. Nomination 5s., acceptance 5s. About 5% furlongs. To start at 2.45 p.m. NOVEMBER HANDICAP.-A handicap of 35 sovs., s...

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Cablegrams. ANGLO-JAPANESE TREATY. LONDON, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 October 1905

Cablegrams. ANGLO-JAPANESE TREATY. LONDON, September 30. | The Novoe Vremya, a St. Petersburg journal, says the Anglo - Japanese ?treaty enslaves Asia and is obviously directed agaiust Russia. It further states that the special interests of the allies are so elastically defined that they may stretch from the Pacific Ocean to the Persian Gulf. The French press recognise that the treaty is the pivot of the -whole world's policy. The Marquis Ito, the veteran Jap anese statesman, interviewed on the -subject, declares that the. treaty is an -.' impregnable bulwark to the peace of the Far East. He says it inaugurates a new period of phenomenal com mercial and economic development, besides prompting the advancement of civilisation. German official opinion does not object to the new treaty, since the integrity of China and the open door trade to all nations is guaranteed. Many newspapers insist that the brutally aggressive character of the alliance is levelled against Russia, Germany, and F...

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GENERAL BOOTH'S SCHEME. LONDON, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 October 1905

GENERAL BOOTH'S SCHEME. LONDON, October 2. j A. conference on the unemployed question, representing 120 organisa tions, met yesterday in London and denoonced General Booth's proposal for transporting for life thonsands of the flower of the working class as a pretended relief of the unemployed difficulty.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 October 1905

Gascoyne Racing Club. ANNUAL MEETING Of the above Club will be held at CAR NARVON on TUESDAY and THURSDAY, 7th arid 9th November, 1905. PATRONS-Sir E. H. Wittenoom, M.L.C., and R. 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. \Y. 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. II. Hepburn, Esq. JDDGE-H. Campbell, Esq. STARTER-D. N. McLeod, Esq. SECRETARY-Wm. Newman. PROGRAMME. FIRST DAY. 1.-GASCOYNE PLATE, of 25 60vs., 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, 25B. One mile. To start at noon. 2.-MINILYA HANDICAP, of 30 sov6., second horse to receive 5...

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A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. LONDON, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 October 1905

A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. LONDON, October 2. | A terrible domestic tragedy is re ported from Cambridge, United States. The report states that a woman killed her seven children with an axe, laid the bodies on a bed soaked with oil, and having set fire to it, cat her own throat and jumped into the flames. Her hnsband subsequently committed suicide.

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THE NORTH-WEST COAST. PERTH, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 October 1905

THE NORTH-WEST COAST. PEBTH, October 6. j In his annual report on the Har bour Department, the Chief Harbour Master (Captain Irvine) writes: I have again to call attention to the argent necessity of continuing the survey of the North-West Coast, par ticularly the approaches to King's Sound. Owing to the numerous dan gers surrounding this particular part and the uncertainty of their position extreme caution is required and they are a source of great anxiety to mas- j ters navigating these waters. I under- j stand the necessity for continuing the survey lias been brought before the notice of the Admiralty by the Gover nor, but, I regret to say, without result.

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THE PEACE TREATY. LONDON, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 October 1905

THE PEACE TREATY. LONDON, October 1. No official report has reached Tokio of the conclusion of the armistice in Northern Corea. It is believed that -^"the chief obstacle to the armistice in that region is the insistence by the Russians upon such an extension of the nentral zone as will include the position now occnpied by the Japanese troops. China, since the conclusion of the Russo-Japanese treaty, has peremp torily refuEed Germany's fresh de mands for mining and railway con cessions in the Shantung province. October 2. The French ambassador at Tokio, on behalf of Russia, has protested against the action of the Japanese authorities in sentencing Russian prisoners of war to imprisonment as criminals for attempting to escape. Such attempts, Russia urged, should be treated merely as disciplinary offences. The Court party at Tokio has com pelled Nakamnra, one of the six pro fessors of the Imperial University, who recently denounced the peace settlement, to resign. October 3. The war co...

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