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CRICKET. PERTH, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

CRICKET. PERTH. October 18. Darling-, the captain of the Australian j Eleven, who reached Freraantle by the j mailboal yesterday, hinted at the possi bility of a team from England visiting Australia during the next twelve months. The question was not definitely dei-i<Jed, but a strong effort would be made to induce Jackson to accompany the team as leader. If these efforts were successful be thought Maclaren would consent to travel. He did not think Maclaren would undertake the captaincy. Asked as to the merits of English players, Darling thought Brearley, the fast bowler; the best man in England, and one likely to remain in the front rank for a considerable time. As a bowler he had good judgment and kept an excellent length. He was always of opinion that Jackson, Maclaren, and Hayward were the best trio o! batsmen in England, and also prophesied a good future for Spooner, the young Lancastrian amateur. Darling stated the teau> had been a very happy family; there had ne...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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DEATH OF ENGLAND'S MOST NOTABLE ACTOR. LONDON, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

DEATH OF ENGLAND'S MOSTj NOTABLE ACTOR. j LONDON, October 15. j The death is announced of Sir Henry Irving, England's foremost actor. [Henry Irving was the stage name of John Henry Bro&drib, 'who was born at Keinton, Glastonbury, in 1838. Sir Henry, who received the honour of knighthood in 1895, made his first appearance on the stage at Sonderlaad in 1856, and later established a world-wide reputation.]

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GERMANS IN WEST AFRICA. LONDON, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

GERMANS IN WEST AFRICA. LONDON, October 18. The Cape Argus publishes a series of sensational interviews with British subjects who lately served as transport riders in German South-West Africa. Several allege that eight women and six children, some of the latter being only five years of age, were shot as spies. The women would not ask for mercy; since they were so cruelly treated they fonnd i*elief in death. Extraordinary enthusiasm marks the attitude of the populace at Tokio towards the alliance with Great Britain. A German ex-naval officer named Kretzchmar, while travelling from Berlin to Paris, was robbed of cheques to the value of £53,000.

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A SUBMARINE'S EXPERIENCE. LONDON, October 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

[A SUBMARINE'S EXPERIENCE. LOKDON, October 17. j The officers and crew of a British submarine had a thrilling escape yes terday in the Solent. When their vessel was submerged an escape of chlorine ges began to overpower some of the crew, who numbered 15. The commander immediately gave the order to rise to the surface. The sub marine came np stern first, lying 35 degrees out of a horizontal position. The conning tower was raised and the crew saved. Another minute would have involved their suffocation.

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THE FAR EAST. LONDON, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

THE FAR EAST. I LONDON, October 16. j The Bussian troops who were re cently arrested by a Japauese forag ing party were found in the neutral zone in the province of Nangen, Man chnria. The fodder and cattle col lected by the foragers was confiscated. Accommodation and provisions are being prepared at Vladivostock for 80,000 prisoners of war who have been repatriated from Japan. The Japanese captnred an American steamer in Soya Straits bound for Vladivostock. Russian troops are abont to occapy the Russian half of Sagbalieri. October 17. Beater's correspondent at Tokio states that the evacuation of Man churia began on the 9th inst. It is expected that the Japanese troops will be completely withdrawn within six months. October 19. A pathetic and remarkable scene was witnessed yesterday at the Temple of Iso, Japan, where Admiral Togo, many naval officers, and 2,500 sailors worshipped at the shrine of the Im perial ancestors and returned thanks for the Japanese victory in tlie late war. ...

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THE PEACE TREATY. LONDON, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

THE PEACE TREATY. LONDON, October 15. I The Czar of Russia and the Mikado of Japan signed the treaty of peace on Saturday. October 17. The Mikado issued a rescript an nouncing the establishment of peace. After referring to the glorious suc cesses of the army and navy and the cheerful self-sacrifice and patriotism of the' nation, he declared that the treaty secured the essential objects of the war and that the terms were in entire conformity with those objects. He hoped the relations between Russia and Japan would become intimate and cordial. His Majesty urged the need for constant efforts to improve the national administration and strength ening of the empire. The Japanese Government has for bidden the army to criticise the terms of the peace treaty.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

Victoria District Turf Club. ANNUAL RACE MEETING, To be held aT GERALDTON, W.A., on WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22 and 24, 1905. FIRST DAY. THUT, STAKES--Of 15 sovs. to the winner. For horses that hare 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 i start at 12.30 p.m. GLENGAKRY HANDICAP.-A handicap of 25 pore., second horse to receive 5 sovs. out of the stake. Nomination 10s., acceptance 15s. Abont 1 mile. To start at 2 p.m. Podo CUP.-A handicap. Winner to re ceive a cup value 10 sovs. For bona-fide polo ponies only that have played in matches for at least six months pre ceding the day of race. Nominations to j be accompanied by the certificate to this j 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 5J furlongs. To start at 2.45 p.m. NOVEMBEB HANDICAP.-A handicap of 35 sovs., ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

LOCAL AND GENERAL. HELD OVER.-Letters dealing with the I local council's action concerning the goat | question. .1 MB. BUTCHER'S ADDRESS.-We regret ! we are unable to publish in this issue a 1 report of the address given by Mr. Butcher ; last night. The speech was a lengthy one, and to do it justice requires more space and time than is at our disposal this week. The report will appear in our next issue. DEATH AT THE HOSPITAL.-A well-known figure in station and racing circles in the Aehburton and Gascoyne districts died at the local hospital on Wednesday in the person of William Davis. Deceased, who -worked principally on Mr. McCarthy's j station, had the reputation of being a horseman of no mean repute, his riding of j Kate Carew at last year's meeting of the I Gascoyne club being especially good. He was 48 years of age, and the cause of death j was heart disease. The funeral took place yesterday morning, a number of persons j following the remains to their last resting place. The f...

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GERMANS IN WEST AFRICA. LONDON, October 12. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

GERMANS IN WEST AFRICA. LONDON, October 12. The Cape Government has been officially informed that Marengo, the Hereros' chief, captored a German camp at a place called Jerusalem, between Warmbad and South Dreif, after severe fighting in which seven Germans were killed and eight wounded.

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ROEBOURNE NEWS. ROEBOURNE, October 13. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

ROEBOURNE NEWS. 3/oxbocbnx. October 13. At ft special sitting of the Supreme Court in Boebourne on Monday, the 9th October, Bolubung, aZuw Gilly, was charged before Dr. Manns ell and a jury of twelve with the murder of one Peterbnry, another native, at Nongarra Creek, Tableland, on the 26th May, 1903. Frisoner was found guilty of manslaughter and sentenced to five years hard labour. The prosecution was conducted by Sub-Inspector Osborn, and the prieoner was defended by Mr. H. W. Morrisby, solicitor. Abdul Tamil, an Indian, was sentenced at the police court, Cossack, on Thursday, to three months' imprisonment on a charge of stealing 1. ox. of gold from the premises of D. N. Janis, goldsmith, Boebourne. Last week 2,500 sheep from Messrs. Richardson & Edgar's Pyramid station passed through Boebourne, en route for Minginew, in charge of Mr. A. J. Allen. The Sultan on her last trip to Singapore took 183 bales of wool, being, the clip off Mr. J. G. Mearea' Sherlock station. The cl...

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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 — 21 October 1905

STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of news intended for publication in tliis column will be gladly welcomed.] Mr. A. J. Allan notifies in another column I that he has for sale 2,500 2 and 4-tooth wetbere, which are travelling to the Gas- I coyne. The notice does not give Mr. j Allan's address, but the telegram we re- I oeived from him was dated Fortescae, j October 16, so probably by this time the j sheep are "well past that place. i The mob of 300 Millstream cattle, in ; charge of 3. Puree!!, -which were being | travelled to Minginew, stampeded TO miles | from Mullewa, and was badly broken np. i Some of those which thns broke away are j stated to have fallen victims to poison plant. I News was received by the Customs De-1 partment in Fremantle on Saturday to the effect that a fire broke oat in the &a. i Mimlya just before her arrival at Broome on Friday. A large quantity of wool was , damaged.- The origin of the fire is nn- j known. Messrs Dalgety & Co. shipped I from C...

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RUSSIA'S SOCIAL TROUBLES. LONDON, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

I RUSSIA'S SOCIAL TROUBLES. LOKDON, October 15. j The Warsaw correspondent of the London Observer states that at Gerr many's instigation Russia, Germany, and Austria signed an agreement on February 1 last in which Germany and Austria engaged to occupy Polish provinces with not less than two divisions in tha event of a revolution in Russian Poland. General Trepoff, assistant Russian Minister for Foreign Affairs, has for bidden the peasant elders, in connec tion with the National Duma elections, to condnct electioneering proceedings, or to distribute political literature; and threatens to deport Opposition leaders to Siberia. He insists that only electors shall participate in the elections. Nothing has been heard of the promised freedom of the press. Colonel Ossovsky, assistant chief of police at Kisbineff, and who was largely responsible for the massacre of Jews in 1903, has been assassinated. October 17. The Grand Duke Cyril, the Czar's cousin, has been dismissed from the Rassian ar...

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STATE POLITICS. PERTH, October 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

STATE POLITICS. PEBTH, October 17. | At a meeting of the Sabiaco branch of the Political Laboar Party held at onbiaco last night it was decided not to support the candidature of the Labour nominee for that constit uency. It was agreed to support the candidature of Mr. Brown, the Minis terial candidate, against Mr. Daglish, who Beceded from the Labour Party. At the request of a large and in ; fluential number of people on the goldfields, Mr. Hopkins has decided ? ^ ®gaiti contest the Boulder seat. Mr. Moran has withdrawn from West Perth, and is likely to contest the Beverley seat. Solicitor Harney has definitely de cided to stand for the Green ontyh con stituency. Mr. Thomas Walker, at one time editor of the Sunday Times, is the selected Labour candidate to contest the Kanowna seat, having defeated Mr. Hastie at the selection ballot. October 18. In a political address to the electors j at Guildford on Tuesday night Mr Bason dealt fully with the financial position of the State. He bla...

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ROAD BOARD MEETINGS. TABLELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

ROAD BOARD MEET INGS. r» : TABLE LAUD. A meeting of tbe above board was held at Tatnbrey station on September 25, Messrs. S. H. Meares (chairman), J. H. Church and C. M. Straker being the mem bers present. The minntes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Several letters of an animportant nature were read, and sundry accounts passed for payment. - A rate of sixpence in the £ was struct on the ratable value of all ratable property within the district, payable on or before the 30th November, 1905. An animated discussion, ensued on the ravages made by native dogs, and the best method to be adopted in mitigation of tbe pest. It was pointed out that tbe de struction of sheep caused by these animals had assumed alarming proportions, and was a serious menace to the prosperity of those who had embarked capital in sheep breeding in the district. It was unanim ously resolved to address the Government with a view to 10s. per scalp being granted as a bonus, on tbe understanding that ...

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JAPAN AND AUSTRALIA. LONDON, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

JAPAN AND AUSTRALIA. | LONDON, October 15. j Viscount Hayashi, Japanese am bassador in London, interviewed yes terday, said he did not think Aus tralia was likely to be troubled with Japanese immigration. Manchuria and Coraa, he said, would require development and wonld absorb five or ten millions more people than Japan could spare.

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CHINESE ON THE BAND. LONDON, October 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

CHINESE ON THE BAND. LONDON, October 19. I Sixty-five Chinamen, ringleaders of 450 bad characters, have been arrested on the Rand. Nine Chinese tried to raid a farm at Kragersdorp, Transvaal, yesterday. The farmer whose property was at tacked shot one of the raiders, where upon the others fied.

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THE PASTORALISTS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

THE PASTOBALISTS' ASSOCIATION. A meeting of the Gascoyne Pastor alists' Association was held on Tues day afternoon, there being present Messrs. W. J. Butcher (patron), C. D. V. Foss, D. Matheson, E. H. Angelo, and A. Nicol. Mr. Butcher (patron of the Asso ciation) took the chair at the opening of the meeting, but"' subsequently x-e signed it in favour of Dr. Hickin botham (chairman of the committee), -who arrived a few minutes late. Mr. J. Monger (a member of the honorary committee) attended at a still later stage of the meeting. On the minutes of the previous meeting being read, Mr. Angelo said he would like to have some explanation from the secretary with regard to the calling of the previous meeting. Mr. Nicol said the chairman had had a conversation with him and told him to call a meeting as Mr. Matheson, who was the chief adviser of the executive committee with re gard to the improvements to the ground, was in town, fie (Mr. Nicol) had gone to the various members of the committ...

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ASHBURTON NEWS. (FROM OUR OWN COESESPONDENT.) ONSLOW, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

ASHBURTON NEWS. (FBOM OUB OWN COESESPOKDENT.) ONSLOW, October 16. Mr. Neaves "while galloping after horses across some rough conn try on Mr. de Pledge's ran had a very nasty fall from bis horse, which- fell with him. He was stanned for two hours, and sustained several cats on the head, including a very nasty gash under the ear. Mr. Lyons, who was with him at the time, took him back to the station, and Miss de Pledge dressed the wound. Mr. Nieaves is leaving in this boat to superintend the shipping of his horses, numbering over seventy. A meeting of the Ashburton Roads Board was held here on the 9th ultimo., The members present were: Messrs. j E. A. Bart (chairman), S. H. Clark, F. de Pledge, J. McCarthy, R. F. Hope, M. McGrath and C. A. Jenkins (secretary). | On the following night (Friday) a public j meeting was held for the purpose of bring- j ing before the member of the district. Dr.; S. Hicks, the requirements of the district. Mr. James Clark was appointed chairman, Sir. £>....

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GENERAL BOOTH'S SCHEME. LONDON, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

GENERAL BOOTH'S SCHEME. LONDON, October 14. | General Booth, interviewed with regard to his immigration scheme, stated that if Australia has notions only of taking men with large sums of money he woald be unable to send them emigrants. His consultations with the Agents-General made it clear that the time was not ripe for a large experiment. They were against any thing beyond small contingents, snch as were always going out. There mast be concessions in the way of assistance, and there ought to be assisted passages.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

{ WHEN YOU BUY § one of | | NICHOLSON'S 1 I RONISCH | | PIANOS | £ = | Tod have absolutely tbe finest in- i | strument ia the world for your § e requirements. | | = § For Tone, Touch, and Durability = | they are unequalled, and they are § | less susceptible to climatic in- = § flaences than any other pianos | | made. i 1 NICHOLSON & CO., ! | Perth. Fremantle. Kalgoorlie. | S. M. Stansmore, BUILDER and CONTRACTOR. Carnarvon. ESTIMATES given for all descriptions of work in the Building and Contracting line. HENRY WILLS & CO., GERALDTON. Highest Cash Prices Paid for SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, WOOL and KANGAROO SKINS. AGEKCIES AT: CABNAEVON (Boston & Co.) ONSLOW (James Clark & Co.) BOEBOURNE (W. C. Kruger). PORT HEDLAND (A. H. Wilson & Co.) Cash advances made (if required) on de livery to any of the above agents. CHARLES HORmANN, (XERALDTON, Also at FEEMANTLE. Cash Buyer at Highest Bates OF WOOL, KANGAROO SKINS, SHEEPSKINS, HIDES and all Classes of Coloni...

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