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SHIPPING. PORT OF CARNARVON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

SHIPPING. POB.T OF CARNARVON. ARRIVALS. October 22.-Paroo, s.s., A- Mills master, from Fremantle. Passengers :-For Car narvon Mesdames Delfs, Inkpea (and two children), Misses Bart, Crosbie, Ink pen, Glade, Hearn, Alien, Ellis; Messes. Thompson, Burt (2), Campbell, Jones, Maguire, Ayliffe, Milne, Delfs, Hurlej, Hankinson, Hearn, Pitches, Mars den. Ball, Somei-s, Hall. For Onslow: Mrs. and Miss Clark, Messrs. Brownrigg and Hold- ^ ing. For Cossack : Mrs and Miss Laur en ec and infant, Mrs. Pilmer and four children, Messrs. Babington, Davey, Laurence, Party, Pestalozzi, and Dr. Hicks. For Port Hedland : Messrs. McMinnis, Johnstone, Henghan, Higher, Palmer, McCormack, Mackie,Cast&, Eashan, Howe, Wasley, Gull, Keogh, McMahon, Oliver, . Marsengo. For Broome : Dr. Klaatech,^^ Messrs. Male, Eg-an, Hudson, Gardiner, Chat man, Milne, Davis, Murdock, Frizzil, I Ashton, Kavanagh. From Geraldton for j Carnarvon: Master Dwyer. For Onslow i Mrs. H. Swan. For Cossack: J. Garritt, H. Sherlo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

SUBSCRIPTIONS (P08TA.QE INCLUDED). One Year Six Months One Quarter ... £ E. D. ...15 0 ... 0 12 6 ...0 6 6 To ITKBTISEBS. THE NORU amongst the pearlers, and whole North, found a firsl-cl fixers. Rates AR plication. 1 V TEMBS circulates itoralists. miners, people o f the 'cfore will be irn for adver 'veriising on ap~

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

SHIPPING. 3&1L. 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. Townlet. CAPT. E. Eichajbdson PAROO. CHARON. 2665 tons. 2681 tonB. CAPT. A. MILLS. CAPT. I. BELL. Fortnightly Services. SOUTH. From Singapore. CHARON, Oct. 17 MINILYA, Nov. 1; PAROO, Nov. 16. SULTAN, Dec. 1 CHARON, Dec. 15 * From Carnarvon about October 31 November 15. November 30. December 15 December 29 ISTORTH. From Fremantle. SULTAN, Nov. 3. CHARON, Nov. 19. MINILYA, Dec. 5 PAROO, Dec. 19. Carnarvon November 5. November 21. December 7 December 21 S.s. Saltan leaving Fremantle, 3rd November, will arrive here in time for Bjcm and Show, from Fremantle and Geraldton, and the Charon from North is due bere about 31et 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, ...

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The Northern Times. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1905. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

The Hffrthmt ®tn«s. PAETOEAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1905. LOCAL AND GENERAL. BOMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.-The Rer. Father Verlin has asked us to mention that mass will be celebrated at the local church at 10 o'clock on Sunday, Novem ber 5. GATE-KEEPERS.-The Gascoyne Racing Club is inviting applications from persons willing to act as gate-keepers at the forth coming races. The advertisement gives full particular*. ENTRIES FOB. THE SHOW.-Exhibitors are reminded that all entries for the forth coming show have to be lodged with the hon secretary (Mr. A. Nicol) by 5 p.m. on Friday, November 10. PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS BALL. - Dancers are reminded that the function promoted by the Carnarvon Assembly Club takes place on Thursday next. Tickets J (gentlemen's) are 7s, 6d. each, ladiea being admitted free. Tickets may be obtained from the secretary (Mr. H. E. Powell) or from any member of the committee. A DUGONQ CAPTUEED.-A calf dugong, which was harpooned by some natives a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

MOSS & CO., GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, AUCTIONEERS, Pearl Fishing, Shipping, Customs, and Forwarding Agents, STOCK, STATION AND LAND AGENTS, BROOME, Nor'-West. STOCK SALES BASTON & COY. Have been favoured 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. E. Banbury, Esq.: The Well-known ARAB STALLION " KHALED." Pedigree at sale. On account of D. N. McLeod, Esq.: 20 to 25 PRIME DAIRY COWS 26 to 30 FAT BULLOCKS 15 to 20 HACKNEYS. On account of J. H. Mansfield, Esq., the following stock: "BELLE HAMPTON" (imported from England), chestnut inare, dne to foal this month (September) to Wandering. Willie. Pedigree at sale or on applica tion. «. PETRELLA," foaled in 1898, l>y Light Artillery, ont of Tacpeia. Dae to foal this month (September) to Wandering Willie. 2-Year-old Colt " QUICK-FIRER," by Light Artillery, ont of Belle Hampton. Foaled 30th August, 1903. Bay Colt, "...

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THE DOGGER BANK AFFAIR. LONDON, October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

THE DOGGER BAJ^K AFFAIR. LONDON, October 23. j Admiral Fremantle, speaking at the Kelson banquet in London, said a Russian offieer who was acquainted with the circumstances of the Dogger Bank outrage in which Admiral Rohjestvensky's fleet fired -with fatal effect on British fishing boats from Hull twelve months ago, bad assured him (Admiral Fremantle) that the outrage was intentional, the design being to embroil France and to cause an European war.

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JAPANESE NAVAL REVIEW. LONDON, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

JAPANESE NAVAL REVIEW. LONDON, October 24. j 1 he Mikado, who was aboard the Japanese battleship Asitna, yesterday reviewed the Japanese and British fleets in Tokio Bay. The combined squadrons comprised 308 vessels, and the captured Russian warships con stituted a feature of the demonstra tion. The shores of the bay were lined with, spectators, and tremendous enthusiasm marked the occasion. The Mikado, after the review, gave an audience to the British and American officers. The review was primarily a national one, the British squadron and the United States warships being in flanking positions.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

1 Gascoyne Racing1 Club. j ANNUAL MEETING j Of the above ? Club will be held at CAE I NARVON on TUESDAY and ? THURSDAY, ! 7th and 9th November, i 1905. PATRONS-Sir E. H. Wifctenoom, M.L.C., and R. F. Sholl, Esq., M.L.C. PRESIDENT-W. J. Butcher, Esq, MX.A. COMMITTEE-Messrs. P. Macnish. W. Hatch, C. D. V. Foss, J. W. Laverty, A. Bart, F. Inkpen, P. Ryan, D. J. Heariuan, J. A. Morrell, A. Nicol. and JBL Campbell. Stewards-Messrs. P. Maenish, W. Hatch, C. D. V. Foss, J. W. Laverty, A. Burt, P. Ryan, D. J. Hearman. Handicapper-A. H. Hepburn, Esq. JUDGE-H. Campbell, Esq. STASTEB-D. N. Me Leo d, Esq. CLERK OF SCALES-Mr. E. Pearson. SECRETARY-Wiu. Newman. PROGRAMME. FIRST DAY 1.-GASCOTKE PLATE, of 23 sovs., second horse to receive 5 sovs. out of the stake. One stone over weight for age. Open onlv to horses bred in the Gascoyne and Ashburton Magisterial Districts, who have not won an advertised race of the value of £L0 or over. Entrance, 25s. One mile. To start at noon. 2.-MIKILYA HANDICAP, ...

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FRANCE AND GERMANY. London, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

FRANCE AND GERMANY. Londox, October 24. Grc.it indignation has been occa sioned in France by German news papers asking what France's attitude would be in the event of an Anglo German war. The French newspapers are unanimous in their resolve to strengthen the entente with Great Britain. The Paris Debate resents the Ger man suggestion that France had better sit quietly by the fireside in the event of an Anglo-German quarrel, and declares that Germany seems deter mined to reduce France to a state of political servitude. "The man," says the Debate, " does not exist. wlio can so bind France."

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RUSSIA'S SOCIAL TROUBLES. RAILWAY STRIKES. LONDON, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

RUSSIA'S SOCIAL TROUBLES. RAILWAY STRIKES. LONDON, October 22. A general railway strike has begnn at Moscow. The Cossacks yesterday dispersed a meeting of the Revolutionary Party who were discussing the National Duma at Minsk. One hundred and twenty persons were injured. Li view of the threatened demon stration at Odessa the police have been ordered to shoot at the crowd ou the first command without a pre liminary volley in the air as a warning. October 24. A general railway strike has been proclaimed throughout Russia. Its objects are political. Louis Napoleon, owing to the dis like expressed towards him of the Russian grand dukes, has resigned the governorship of the Caucasus. October 2-5. .Seven thousand strikers at Moscow have damaged the St. Petersburg railway, and also the aqueduct which supplies portion of Moscoiv with water. Fresh reform strikes have thrown 36,000 persons out of work at Lodz, Poland. October 26. A condition of anarchy prevails at the Russian port of Riga, wh...

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BITTER SPEECH BY LORD ROSEBERY. LONDON, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

BITTER SPEECH BY LORD ROSEBERY. LOXDON, October '24. Lord Rosebery, speaking on Satur day night at Edinburgh on tariff reform, referred to South African affairs. He stated that Australians fought strenuously in the South African -war, not to restore Great Britain's paramouut interests, but to introduce into South Africa Chinese labour, not an iota of which they would allow to enter their own pre cincts. Lord Rosebery concluded a lengthy speech by adding that the empire had been bnilfc up only by Liberalism. The Times reminds Lord Rosebery that Australians had no cause to ex press themselves with respect to Chinese on the Rand ; that was essen tially a Transvaal decision, and was taken on the same autonomous prin ciples prevailing already in self governing colonies. For the Liberals to interfere and upset the deliberately expressed desire of the Transvaal Colony would be a strange departure from Liberal principles.

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TRAFALGAR DAY CENTENARY. LONDON, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

TRAFALGAR DAT CENTENARY. LONDON, October 22. J here was a great celebration of the centenary of Trafalgar throughout the United Kingdom and empire yes terday. October 23. The Nelson centenary celebrations, coupled with the entente c-ordiale be tween Great Britain and France, has greatly impressed Germany. The celebrations united all races, parties, and creeds in Canada. Ths British and Foreign Sailors' Society has presented Admiral Togo, commander of the Japanese fleet at the battle of Tsn Shima, and who has since been styled the Japanese Nelson, with a bnst of Lord Nelson carved from timber from Nelson's flagship, the Victory.

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THE CZAR'S MANIFESTO. LONDON, October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

THE CZAR'S MANIFESTO. LONDON, October 21. The Czar's manifesto proclaiming peace stales that God caused the fathefland to suffer sore trials, and that the blow was struck by the war, " which afforded manifest proofs of the bravery and courage of my glor ious troopR in an obstinate struggle against a brave and mighty enemy. Now that the war is over my eastern empire will develop in peace and neighbourliness with Japan as a friend." The Czar in the same mani festo asks for the prayers of his sub jects that (jrod may bless the great labours of those men elected by the people for the development and pros perity of Russia.

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Cablegrams. GENERAL CABLES. GERMAN ANGLOPHOBIA. REPUDIATED IN BERLIN. LONDON, October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

Cablegrams. « GENERAL CABLES. GERMAN ANGLOPHOBIA. REPUDIATED IN BERLIN. LONDOX, October 21. A Vienna journal, apparently in spired from Berlin, has commenced a compaign against Lord Lansdowne, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, similar to the former cam paign against M. Delcasse, the late French Foreign Secretary. " It also insinuates that Kiug Edward, so far from being a peacemaker, is a disturber of European peace. October 22. A Berlin journal protests against the insults levelled against King Edward by the Berlin correspondent of a Vienna newspaper, and also ex presses the opinion that an over whelming majority of Germans repud iate the insults. The North German Gazette strongly denounces the attacks of the Berlin agency of the offending journal, and. disclaims any intention of adversely criticising King Edward. It declares that its comment was misrepresented.

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SPEECH BY SIR EDWARD GREY. LONDON, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

SPEECH BY SIR EDWARD GREY. LONDON, October 22. Sir Edward Grey, one of the Liberal leaders, speaking in the City yester day, said the growing friendship between Great Britain and America, the alliance with Japan, and the Anglo French agreement were three cardinal features of the foreign policy which the Liberals did not wish to see changed. He anticipated improved relations with Rnssia and advocated a better understanding with Germany without impairing the relations with France. He also urged the necessity for a continuance of the present i foreign policy. October 23. Le Temps, a Parisian journal, says the speech made by Sir Edward Grey, in which he referred to the improved relations between Great Britain and .the Powers and urged a pacific policy has made an excellent impression in France.

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THE "WHITE AUSTRALIA." POLICY. ENGLISH OPINION. MELBOURNE, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

THE "WHITE AUSTRALIA." POLICY. ENGLISH OPINION. MELBOURNE, October 22. J In the House of Representatives yesterday the Prime Minister was questioned with regard to the report that the Government had entered into negotiations with the Japanese Govern ment with a view to amending the Immigration Act in favour of Japan. Mr. Deakin, in reply, stated that the Government was considering whether it was possible to reinstate the general principles of the Act in a form which would not alter its substance bnt might meet the snsceptibilities of Japan. iVith regard to the negotia tions, Mr. Deakin said he had held ont no hope to Japan, and had stated he ronst consult the Government as to any change in the policy of the Com monwealth Government. LOKDOX, October 22. The Manchester Guardian, comment ing on Mr. Deakin's statement with regard to the Commonwealth Immi gration Restriction Act, says that since Japan under the new treaty may fight in defence of Anstralia we (the newspaper mentioned) see...

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SPORTING. GASCOYNE RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

SPORTING. GASCOYNE RACING CLUB. Tbe weights for the handicap events were declared by Mr. A. EL Hepburn yes terday, and are as follows: MINILYA HANDICAP, 1} miles. st ft st 11J Ganymede ... 10 9 Nobleman ... 8 13 C.R 10 7 Rosymorn ... 8 7 Minilya Boy 9 32 Minilya Lily 8 Derelict Portlight ... Fern... Kate Carew... Willow Impnlse 9 12 Spa Gem ... 8 9 7 Breakaway ... 8 9 2 Maroonah Toff 7 9 2 P'raps ... 7 9 0 Stella ... 7 FLYING HANDICAP. 6 furlongs. Portlight ... 10 5 Jupiter Bubbles ... 10 2 Chips Fern... ... 9 8 Ladybird Willow ... 9 6 Fireplug Impulse ... 9 6 Puzzle ... 7 Sea Gem ... 8 13 Mavourn°en 7 Rosymorn ... 8 12 Kingbolt ... 7 Swagsman ... 8 7 SSquatter ... 7 Minilya Lily 8 6 Sam 7 Breakaway... 8 6 CABNABVON COP, l| miles. Ganymede ... 10 4 Nobleman ... 8 C.R ... 10 2 Minilya Lily 8 Minilya Boy 9 9 Rosymorn ... 8 Sea Gem 8 2 i 8 2 ' 7 13 7 10 7 7 9 4 4 9 7 Sea Gem ... 7 12 9 5 Breakaway... 7 12 9 0 Oooriga ... 7 6 Kate Carew... 8 12 Maroonah Toff 7 6 Derelict Port'ight Fern....

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PRICE OF TIN. LONDON, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

PRICE OF TIN. LONDON, October 22. I Tin on tlie spot is quoted at £149 5s., and for forward delivery £148 15s.

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THE HOLIDAY IN PERTH. PERTH, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

THE HOLIDAY IN PERTH. PEBTH, October 24. Monday was a holiday, the occasion being the fifteenth anniversary of the proclamation of responsible govern ment in West Australia. The day opened inauspiciously with strong winds and signs of rain, and it was pretty evident that the holiday was going to be spoilt by bad weather. During the afternoon the wind in- | creased in violence to a storm and j showers fell at intervals, interfering I with the Eight Hours sports on tbe ! Association Cricket Ground, making yachtiug impossible, and compelling the postponement of the Swan River Rowing Club's regatta. In spite of the turbulent weather hundreds of j people sought pleasure on the Swan ! River and the neighbouring picnic | resorts. The steamers which plied j between Perth and Canning, where a i regatta was held, were packed with j passengers. The Zoological Gardens j in South Perth were largely patronised. ! The procession in connection with the | Eight Hours Day demonstration was J the larg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

CARNARVON New Year Sports MONDAY, JAI. 1st, 1906. To be held on the RECREATION GROUND. PATRON-W. J. Butcher, Esq., M.I1.A. PRESIDENTS-C. D. V, Poss, Esq., R.M., and G. B as ton, Esq., Mayor. VICE-Peesldents-P. Macnish, Esq., Dr. R. J. tiickinbotham, and A. Nicol, Esq. * JUDGES-G. Atkinson, Esq., and E. Pear son, Esq. ST ARTE b-T. Houlahan, Esq.; Assistant STABTEE-W. A. Inkpen, Esq. Teeasitbeb-J. H. Noonan, Esq. Handicappebs-P. Sheard, Esq., G. Saun ders, Esq., and the Secretary. Assisted by a large Committee. PROGRAMME. Maiden Race, 100 yards-1st, 50s; 2nd 20s. Nomination, 2s 6d. Sunning High Jump-1st, 25s ; 2nd, 10s. Nomination, Is. Throwing' Cricket Ball-1st, 20s ; 2nd, 10s. Nomination, Is. SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, 120 yards (in heats)-1st, £7; 2nd, £2; 3rd, J61. Nomination, 5s.; acceptance, 2s 6d. LUNCHEON. HURDLE HANDICAP, 130 yards, 8 jumps 3 ft. 6 in.-1st, £6 ; 2nd, 3us ; 3rd, 20s. Nomination, 4s ; acceptance. 2s. Running Long Jump-1st, 25s ; 2nd, 10s. Nomination, le. Three-legged ...

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