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A TRAGIC DEATH. PERTH, October 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

A TRAGIC DEATH. PEBTH, October 19. The simple operation of starting an oil engine resulted yesterday in the j appallingly sodden death of George Emblem, a pi amber of Claremont. j Tbfe deceased was engaged tbe pre ceding day by tbe Royal Agricultural Society to overhaul the reticulation pipes at the new show grounds. He started work yesterday morning about j ten o'clock in handy proximity to the J engine-room.. The caretaker was about to start the engine for supplying the I motive power to the pump nsed to increase the pressure of ihe water from the bore. Calling Emblem, the caretaker explained that he required assistance in starting the fly wheel. He showed him what was necessary and warned him to be careful to re lease his hold of the wheel as soon as it " kicked." The united force of the two men pulled the heavy five-feet wheel round until it arrived at a point where the first explosion oc curred. With the " kick " the wheel started at a high revolution speed, but to the horror o...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE HONORARY BENCH. NORTHERN JUSTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

THE HONORARY BENCH. y NORTHERN JUSTICES. The following list of Northern (or .who have interests in the North) j justices of the peace is taken from the official list recently published : FOB THE WHOLE STATE. G D D Brockman, 1904; Dr. D Browne, 1903; M C R Bunbury, 1892 ; S L Burges, 1895 ; R E Bush, 1887 ; E F Darlot, 1884; L H Darlot, 3889; D J Doherty, 1894; J W Durack, 1895 ;SRL Elliott, 1892 ; I S Emanuel, 1892 ; David Forrest, 1883 ; C D Y Foss, 1870; A C Gil lam, 1894; G J Gooch, 1895; T A Hardie, 1894; Dr J S Hicks, 1892; Dr F M House, 1895 ; James Isdell, 1895 ; W Kingsmill, 1896; W T Loton, 1884; D Matheson, 1889 ; Dr J Maunsell, 1895 ; D K McRae, 1895 ; G W McRae, 1892; J G Meares, 1892; M New, 1878; A Ostlund, 1896; W Padbury, 1883; S J Phil lips, 1885 ;ASK Roe, 1897 ; H W Sholl, 1885; R A Sholl, 1891; R F Sholl, 1886; D Stewart, 1894; C M Straker, 1889; Dr R H Wace, 1901; M S Warton, 1892; F A Wedge, 1893 ; Sir E H Wittenoom, 1878; F Wittenoom, 1892. FOE ASHBURTON DISTRI...

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

SDBSCBIPTIOHS (POSTAGE INCLUDED). £ B. D. One Tear 15 0 Six Months ... 0 12 6 One Quarter 0 6 6 ?? - ?» ;O ? To ADTERTI^S^. THE NOEIHEEN TIMSK Mrculate* amongst the-^jmstoraUsts* miner*, pearlers, and business people of f&t whole North, and, therefore will be found a Jirst-class medium for adver tisers. Rates for advertising on ap-' plication.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 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 tons. CAW. P. TOWNLET. CAPT. E. RICHARDSON PAROO. CHARON. 2665 tons. 2681 tons, CAPT. A. MILLS. CAPT. I. BELL. Fortnightly Services. SOXJTH. From Singapore. From Carnarvon about CHABON, Oct. 17 October 31 MJLiNliiYA, Nov. 1. November 15. PABOO, Nov. 16. November 30. SULTAN, Dec, 1 December 15 ZSTORTH. From Fremantle. Carnarvon PAEOO, Oct. 20. October 22. SULTAN, Nov. 3. November 5. CHARON, Nov. 19.' November 21. MINILYA, Dec. 5 December 7 S.6. 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 3lst October, also in time i for these events. Minilya leaving here for Fremantle, 15th November, will enable visitors to leave two dayB after the Show. These steamers, built especially for the trade, are fi...

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The Northern Times. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1905. FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

The &.axt\}nn Wxmts. PASTOBAL, MIKING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1905. FEDERATION. IN addressing his electors at Guild- j ford on Tuesday night the Premier (Mr. Bason) suggested that this State should consider the question of seeed- j ing from the Commonwealth Feder- j ation in the event of it not receiving | fair treatment concerning the Trans- i continental Railway. Prior to the first! Federal elections there were not j wanting those amongst us -who i advised the deferring of a union with the other Slates until a later! period. They were, however, out-1 voted, for the federal cry at that time 1 was a most popular one, and " tother siders" were in a majority. Now, however, much of the glamour has worn off and we are face to face with the stern Tealities of federation. The numerous benefits which we were assnred would follow in the wake of an united Australia are not readily discernible ; the disadvantages are only too apparent. First and fore most is the matte...

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

AUCTION SALE. POUND YARDS, 3 p.m. (SATURDAY) TO-DAY. 6 SADDLE HACKS, 2 Broken to Harness. 2 CART FOALS, about 6 months old. 2 BIDING SADDLES. 2 PACK SADDLES. Terms and conditions at time of sale. Baston & Co., AUCTIONEERS. STOCK SALES BASTON & COY. Hare been favonred with instructions to sell by PUBLIC AUCTION on TUESDAY, 14th November, at the SHOW GROUND, CARNARVON, on ac count of various owners. On account of M. C. R. Banbury, Esq.: The Well-known ARAB STALLION " SEALED." Pedigree at sale. On account of D. N. McLeod, Esq.: 20 to 25 PRIME DAIRY COWS 26 to 30 PAT BULLOCKS 16 to 20 HACKNEYS. On account of J. H. Mansfield, Esq., the following stock: "BELLE HAMPTON," chestnut mare, due to foal this month (September) to Wandering Willie. Pedigree at sale or on application. " PETREJLLA," foaled in 1898, by Light Artillery, out of Tarpeia. Due to foal this month (September) to Wandering Willie. 2-Year-old Colt " QUICE FIRER," by Light Artillery, out of Belle Hampton. Foale...

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NEW ZEALAND. Auckland, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

NEW ZEALAND. Auckland. October 15. I Bishop Neligan addressing the Anglican Synod yesterday made strong remarks on gambling. He described the tot&lisator as the most abominable machine ever invented. The totalisa tor in a democratic country was about the most glaring contradiction of democracy and genuine socialism that conld be imagined.

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EXPLOSION ON A BRITISH CRUISER. LONDON, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

EXPLOSION ON A BRITISH CRUISER. LOXDON, October 14. | A six-inch shell exploded yesterday on a first-class British cruiser in the Medway. At the time of, the explo sion 3,000 shells were aboard the vessel. In order to avert a disaster the magazine was flooded.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, October 16. i Mr. Morris, a storekeeper at Hind marsh reported yesterday that his house had been broken into and £20 worth of goods stolen. The detectives shortly afterwards arrested two men named Wilson and Giles. The latter when arrested drew a revolver, saying be would settle the matter. He was promptly disarmed and taken into custody. Portion of the missing pro perty was fonnd on one of the men.

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SIBERIA. LONDON, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

SIBERIA. LONDON, October 16. | The Czar has approved of a scheme for the military colonization of Siberia. Upwards of 100,000 time-expired sol diers who participated in the late war are to be settled in various parts of the country daring the next five years.

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GENERAL ITEMS. PERTH, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

GENERAL ITEMS. PERTH, October 16. A young sailor named John For man, recently employed on the steamer Dawn at Albany bad a terrible ex perience. In seeking to make his way inland at the beginning of last week he started off to walk with two mates, from whom he separated at Gran brook. Yesterday he was found in the bash near Tenterden. He had no blankets, and for four days was with out food. When discovered his reason had left him, and he had divested himself of portion of his clothing. October 17. Some two or three months ago a colon red prisoner named Chick Ong escaped from Rottnest in a boat and was subsequently recaptured, being awarded an additional month's im prisonment for the offence. Last evening when the roll was called at Rottnest it was found that Cheng Ong was missing. A search was made, but proved abortive. An accident happened at the Golden Horseshoe mine, Kalgoorlie,yesterday. A miner named Charles Williams was engaged in shovelling dirt in to achate when a rock rolle...

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SOUTHERN NEWS. THE MIDLAND RAILWAY. PERTH, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

SOUTHERN NEWS. ?? ?? THE MIDLAND RAILWAY. Pebth, October 18. | In the coarse of a press interview yesterday, Mr. Gardiner said the Mid land Bail way Go. had taken the decision of Parliament as being absolutely final, and had at once set about and prepared a scheme, which, he said, was now in the hands of the London directors. By every mail instructions were expected to put the work in hand. Considerably over 300,000 acres of land had been applied for by applicants in this and the other States. A large firm in New South Wales asked to be allotted 200,000 acres of good land, explaining they intended bringing over their own settlers. "So far as the company is concerned," remarked Mr. Gardiner, " there is no doubt the concession, will never again be offered to the Government."

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Cablegrams. THE "MATIN'S" DIS. CLOSURE. LONDON, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

Cablegrams. ». . - THE " MATIN'S" DIS. CLOSURE. LONDON, October 15. There is great soreness in political circles in Berlin and a depression on the Bourse owing to the Matin's articles. It is semi-officially hinted that Great Britain diplomatically proffered an assurance that the Matins allega tions were baseless, bat yet inspired, Tbe Kalnisclie Zeitung emphasises the necessity for taking the revelations seriously, as proving that M. Delcasse relied on Great Britain's support in . his dangerously warlike policy. . It ^adds that Great Britain and France xthe alone able to explain what led him to that conviction. The attitude of the Kdnische Zei tung is interpreted that Germany is not satisfied with the form of the British explanation and desires a more formal official repudiation. Vienna journals say it is incumbent on Great Britain to speak. October 15. It is stated in Berlin that Lord Lansdowne, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, assured Count Metternich, the German am...

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NOR'-WEST PROGRESS LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

NOR'-WEST PROGRESS LEAGUE. A public meeting in connection with the above league was held at Boebourne on Monday evening, October 9. Correspondence, Including vim from Dr. HickB, was read and received. Mr. H. W. Morrisby, in referring to the request of the member for the district for a. fuller explanation re proposed alteration of Roebomne Electoral District, said that at the present time many of the electors of the district were in doubt as to which district they were residents of, and that the present imaginary line of demarcation was the reason for this. A.s a supplement to the proposal submitted by him at the last meeting he would move: " That a map showing the proposed eastern boundary be prepared for the information of our Parliamentary representative." This wai seconded by Mr. A. L. Bickerton, and carried unanimously. Mr. W. C. Kruger also tabled a motion, " That the names West and East Pilbarra be dropped, and the distinction between the two adjoining electorates be Marble Ba...

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RUSSIA'S FOREIGN RELATIONS. LONDON, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

RUSSIA'S FOREIGN RELA TIONS. LONDON, October 16. | The Times correspondent at St. Petersburg states that Russia is on the eve of a most important readjust ment of her international relations. These, it is stated, will prepare the way for political combinations that are calculated to ensure the peace of the world.

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GENERAL CABLES. RUSSIAN ANTIPATHY TO JEWS. LONDON, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

GENERAL CABLES. RUSSIAN ANTIPATHY TO JEWS. LONDON, October 14. A Beater's despatch states that the police at Moscow expelled from the city a man named Schwartz, who was visiting his parents, on the gronnd that being a Jew he was not entitled to remain. Schwartz, it appears, who is a soldier, was wounded eleven times in Manchuria and was thrice the recipient of the St. George Cross for bravery. He also received a life saving medal for rescuing an officer from drowning.

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TATTERSALLS MEETING. PERTH, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

T ATTE RSALL S MEETING. PEBTH, October 15. The following were the results of the annual meeting of Tattersall's Club held at Belmont on Saturday: Hurdles-Pathos. Ladies' Bracelet-Locbfield. Trial Stakes-Climax. Flying Handicap-Claras. Tattersall's Cap, one mile-Tro abridge 1, Smith 2, Perplex 3. Time, 1 min. 54 sec. Final Welter-Clare.

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SPORTING. GASCOYNE RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

SPORTING. . » GASCOTNB EACING CLUB. The weights for the handicap events were declared by Mr. A. H. Hepburn yes terday, and are as follows: MrNiLYA. HANDICAP, 1} miles. st lb at lb Ganymede ... 10 9 Nobleman ... 8 13 C-E 10 7 Bosytooro ... 8 7 Minilya Boy 9 12 Minilya Lily 8 .6 Derelict ... 9 12 Sea Gem ... 8 6 Porblight ... 9 7 Breakaway... 8 2 Fern... ... 9 2 MaroonahToff 7 9 Kate Carew... 9 2 P'raps Willow ... 9 0 Stella Impulse ... 9 0 Portlight Babbles Fern... Willow Impulse Sea Gem Bosymoru Swagsman FRYING HANDICAP, 6 furlongs. 10 6 Japiter 10 2 Chips 9 8 Ladybird 9 6 Fireplug 9 6 Parole 8 13 MRvourn-en 8 12 Kingbolt .. S 7 Squatter 8 2 8 2 7 13 7 10 7 7 Minilya Lily 8 6 Sam ... Breakaway... 8 6 CARNARVON CUP, 1{ miles. Ganymede ... 10 4 Nobleman .. C.E 10 2 ~ 8 9 Minilya Lily 8 4 Minilya Boy 9 9 Rosymorn ... 8 4 Derelict ... 9 7 Sea Gem ... 7 12 Portligbt ... 9 5 Breakaway... 7 12 Fern 9 0 Oooriga ... 7 6 6 0 0 Kate Carew... 8 12 Maroonah Toff 7 Willow Impulse 8 11 Squatter 8 ...

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SOUTH AFRICAN EMIGRANTS. LONDON, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

SOUTH AFRICAN EMIGRANTS. I LONDON. October 18. I Two band red and eighty-two far mers from Cape Colony, the Trans vaal, and the Orange River Colony are emigrating to Argentina, where they have been allotted 6,000 acres of land each for £250, payable in five years. The emigrants declare they are animated by economic, not racial, reasons.

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CAULFIELD AND MELBOURNE CUPS. MELBORNE, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 October 1905

CAULFIELD AND MELBOURNE CUPS. Melbourne, October 15. Caulfield Cup quotations-5 to 1 Tor ah, 12 to 1 Marvel Loch and Boabdil, 16 to 1 Emir and Six Pics, 20 to 50 to 1 the others, October 19. Tbe Caulfield Cup, which is to be run on Saturday, is a very open race, although the South Australian colt Torah is a firm favourite. Boabdil, Emir, Marvel Loch. Warroo and other horses have been backed for large earns of money. The majority of eastern press selectors vote for Torah as the probable winner, with Boabdil and Marvel Loch to fill the places.

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