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To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

To THE EDITOR. Sis,-As an owner of goats I beg to protest j against the decision of the Carnarvon Conn- ] eii at their last meeting, to discontinue the issue of licenses for depasturing goats j on the common. My reasons for protesting 1 are as follows:-The decision of the coun cil in the matter, if carried into effect, will inflict an injustice on those citizens who ! depend on goats for their milk supply, i Several of the citizens keep goats instead of cows for very excellent reasons, among which I may mention the less expense, the greater convenience of goats as regards get ting them in and handling them, and the bet ter quality of the milk for infants and young children, also the greater ease with which a continuous supply of milk can be obtained from two or three goats than from one cow. The reason for abolishing the goats given in the published account ot the council meeting, would apply to cows even to a greater extent. The ordinary goat cannot reach over the top of the street...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. THE GOAT QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

CORRESPONDENCE. THE GOAT QUESTION. TO THE EDITOB. SIR,-I notice by the report in your last issue of the meeting of the Carnarvon Municipal Council, held on the 11th inst., that Councillor Angelo proposed that no j farther licensed to graze goats on the ' council's lards should be issued after | January 1st next, and that this was carried. Before this motion was proposed Councillor Angelo drew attention to the damage being done to the trees planted in the streets of the municipality by the goats. Perhaps it would surprise him to be in formed that cows that are allowed to roam about the streets do the same, and that his cow has been seen calmly attacking the above-mentioned trees. Therefore the coun cil should refuse to issue licenses to owners of cattle if they wish to prevent these trees being attacked. It was also stated that the goats were becoming such a nuisance to the townspeople. I have not, however, seen any correspondence reported in the paper from anyone, so can only come t...

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STATE POLITICS. PERTH, October 24 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

STATE POLITICS. -? i PERTH, October 24 { Iu a speech at the Beverley Agri cultural Society's show on Saturday the Premier (Mr. Bason) stated that the present Government was deter mined to make the most of their opportunities to develop the agri cultural industry. He stated the Government intended building light agricultural lines for the purpose of giving people facilities to take up land and for conveying their produce to market. Referring to the immigra tion proposals, Mr. Bason said West Australia would gladly welcome the right class of people who were able and willing to settle on the soil. Mr. Harry Brown, who is standing for re-election for the Perth seat, declares himself an ardent supporter of the construction of the Pilbarra railway. Many other Ministerial candidates during the campaign have expressed themselves in a similar strain, and Mr. Isdell is confident that tenders will be fixed up before the end of the year. October 27. Speaking at Fremantle last night the Premier ...

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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, October 2-5. Last year £1,384-,000 was invested on the racecourses in the totalizator, ; or £L0,000 greater than the total value | of the export trade in batter. j

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

QUEENSLAND. BBISBANE, October 25. j A Queensland horse - buyer has I offered to land 500 horses in South ! Africa at £20 a head. j

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INTER-STATE NEWS. TASMANIA. HOBART, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

INTER-STATE NEWS. « TASMANIA. Hobart, October 24. Leading articles in the press (the Hobart) treat with the political situation m West Australia. Refer ring to Mr. Daglish's desertion of the Labour Party, they point out that it was only to be expected that men of ability and independent spirit would naturally revolt against the bondage which interferes with the only prin ciples nnder which political institu tions can be carried on. Machine politics, they add, do not commend themselves to Britishers. Those tvbo "have been under the yoke ara loudest in their opposition to the system.

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. CARNARVON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. CARNARVON. The regular fortnightly meeting of j the Carnarvon Municipal Council was | held on Tuesday afternoon, at which j were present the Mayor, Mr. G. Baston (pending whose arrival Cr. Angelo was voted to the chair), Crs. ; Matheson, Angelo and Fenneil. j The minutes of the previous j meeting were read and confirmed. : The Under Secretary for Public j Works, Perth, wrote acknowledging i receipt of council's letter in which a J request was made for the services of ;i departmental engineer to report on the local water supply system. A second letter from the Depart ment gave the information that the matter of providing a pumping plant for the jetty Avas now receiving .attention. Mr. P. St. B. Ayliffe wrote com plaining that sheep were allowed to depasture in the reserve set aside for J camels. _ \ The Mayor stated it was not a fair j thing that people should put sheep j into this reserve. j Or. Angelo proposed and Cr. Matb eson seconded that a notice be posted on...

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MELBOURNE BETTING. MELEOUBNE, October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

MELBOURNE BETTING. MELEOUBNE, October 23. | Warroo is a pronounced favourite for the j Melbourne Cup at 8 to 1, £5,000 being I Becured about bim on Saturday evening at | 10 to 1. Tartan, Maniopoto, Marvel Iioch, Emir, and Torah have also been backed. Lady Wallace is the nominal favourite for the Derby. October 25. Tartan is favourite for the Melbourne Cup at 8 to 1, Warrco being quoted at 10's. Maniopoto at 14'p, Scot Free, To rah, Emir, Marvel Loch, and Gladsome at 16's. Scot Free was in good request. JE2.000 or .£3,000 being bid at 100 to 6. Connolly, the owner of Blue Spec, has backed the horse to vin £5,000. Good judges vote last year's Perth Cup winner a good chance in the Melbourne Cup. Clayton, who rode Waroo in the Caulfield Cup. is confident of winning the Melbourne Cap with the same mount. There was no attempt to do business on the Derby. October 26. Maniopoto has been in good demand for the Melbourne Cup, being backed down to 7 to 1. Tartan was supported at 8 to 1, Warroo...

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

PRINTING Of Every Description, from a large-sheet Poster to a Dainty Invitation Card executed at the NORTHERN TIMES OFFICE on the shortest notice.

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BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

BOARD OF HEALTH. ! An account from Messrs. Dalgety. ! and Co. was passed for payment. I The sanitary labourer pointed out ) the extra work he had to do at thus ! time of the year, and asked for some i assistance. j Cr. Angelo proposed and Cr. Fen i liell seconded that a sum not exceed i ing £5 be paid for extra labour in 1 carrying out the duties of the posi | tion. Cai*ried.. j The board then adjourned. { Early on Saturday morning a cash i box containing £14 was stolen from > the Subiaco CInb. Later in the day a i young man named Stevens was ar i rested. At the police court yesterday j j Stevens admitted the offence and was | j released under the First OBenders Act ? | on condition that he made restitution j 1 of the money to the clnb

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, October 22. | A raid was made on several betting shops in Adelaide on Saturday, with the result that 300 people were locked up. During the stampede.in one shop on the approach of the. police, a man named Daniels was almost trampled to death. Another man in jumping through a window had his eye badly cnt and fell into the arms of the police who were waiting outside. October 24. In the city police court to-day 61 men who were found in gambling shops were presented. Seven pleaded guilty and were fined £5, and the others were remanded.

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

Victoria District Turf Club. AimUAL RACE MEETING, To he held AT GERALDTON, W.A., on WEDNESDAY AM> FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 22 and 24f 1905. FIRST DAY. THIAL STAKES.-Of 15 BOTE, to the winner. For horses that have never 'won an ad vertised race at the time of starting to the value of 10 sovs. Weight for age. Entrance 15B. About 6 furlongs. To start at 12.30 p.m. GLENGARRT 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-fide polo ponies only that have played in matches for at least six months pre ceding the day of race. Noirinations 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 5 s., acceptance 5s. About 5£ furlongs. To start at 2.45 p.m. NOVEMBER HANDICAP.-A handicap of 35 sovs.,...

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W.A,T.C. MEETING. PERTH, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

W.A/T.C. MEETING. PERTH, October 25. The Anniversary meeting of the West Australian Turf Club took place on Mon day. Notwithstanding the various counter attractions of the holiday a satisfactory attendance was recorded. After half the programme had been submitted rain com menced to fall in torrents. Besults of the racing Hurdles-Tale Lock 1, Schoolboy 2, Lochfield 3, Town Plate-Toora 1, Piala 2, Honey drop 2. Anniversary Handicap, 14 miles-Best Man 1, Barindi 2, Cypher 3. Time, 2 min. 14 sec. Settlers' Stakes-Sitnelle 1, Crossbar 2, Greta 3. Hooley Handicap-Westward Ho 1, Lady Agnes 2, Aspen 3. Welter Handicap-Troubridge 1, Again 2, John See 3.

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SPORTING. GERALDTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

SPORTING. i CreBAIiDTON RACES. The following nominations -were received for the handicap events in connection with the Victoria District Turf Club's meeting to be held on November 22 and 24: Glengarry Handicap, about one mile. Ganymede, Doreen, Minilya Boy, Mark a, Little Bee, Chips, Derelict, C. £., Miss Not man, Badium. False Alarm, Meteorite, Tremendus, Sunny Mom, Maroonah Toff. November Handicap, about 9& furlongs -Ganymede, Breakaway, Minilya Boy, Little Bee, Chips, Bridegroom, Silvermine, Encbanteur, Badium, Meteorite. Tremend ous, Impnlse. Flying Handicap, about 5 furlongs Ganymede, Doreen, Breakaway, Marka, Bichna, Chips, Myth, First Blood, King bolt, Derelict, Bridegroom, Nobleman, Cor sica, Miss Notman, Encbanteur, False Alarm, Meteorite, Sunny Morn, Sea Gem. Glenfield Handicap, about 5 furlongs Ganymede, Marka, Bichna, Chips, First Blood, Myth, Kingbolt, Derelict, Willow, Corsica, Miss Notman, Encbanteur, Sunny morn, Meteorite, Sea Gem. Gerald ton Cap, about 1| mi...

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

WHEN YOU BUY | one of NICHOLSON'S i You have absolutely the finest in- s | strnment in the world for your 5 | requirements. 5 | For Tone, Touch, and Durability | E they are unequalled, and they are § I less susceptible to climatic in- | 1 fluences than any other pianos I g made. | ! NICHOLSON & CO., ! i e i Perth. Fremantle. Kalgoorlie. | aamsnuuuuaaa 8. M. STANSMORE, BUILDER^ and CONTRACTOR. Caroarron. ESTIMATES given for all descriptions of work in the Building and Contracting line. J GEE ALDTON. Highest Cash Prices Paid for SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, WOOL and KANGAROO SKINS. AGENCIES AT: CARNARVON (Baston & Co.) ONSLOW (James Clark & Co.) BOEBOUBNE (W. C. Kruger). POET HEDLAND (A. H. Wilson & Co.) Cash advances made (if required) on de livery to any of the above agents. CHARLES HORfflANN, (XERAI/DTON, Also at FREMANTLE. Cash Buyer at Highest Rates OF WOOL, KANGAROO SKINS, SHEEPSKINS, HIDES and all Classes of Colonial Produce. AGENTS at all Nor'-West Ports,...

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V.A.T.C. MEETING. MELBOURNE, October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

Y.A.T.C. MEETfNGr. MELBOURNE, October 23. The third day s racing or the Victoria Amateur Turf Club's Spring meeting was held on Saturday, when there was a record , attendance. The races resulted as follows : : Oby Hurdles-Betrayer 1, Matong 2, Destroyer 3. Gwyn Nursery-Iolaire 1, Lady .Evelyn 2, Orleans 3. Wyuna Steeplechase-Sweeper 1, Error 2, The Generals. Coalfield Cup. | Marvel Loch 1 | Warroo 2 , Torah 3 | Thirty-one horses started. Betting-4 to I Torab, 5 to 1 Boabdil, 10 to I Marvel Loch and Maniopoto, 12 to 1 Emir and Warroo, 20 to 33 to 1 the others. A beautiful start was effected, Harmony and Hatteras leading Scot Free and Troytown. At the first turn Trcytown led from Hat teras, Torab, Maniopoto, Harvest Home, and Caution, but turning out of the straight the order was Hatteras, Troytown, Manio poto, Torah, Dantzic, Harmony, Harvest -Home, and Scot Free. Going along the back of the course the order was Harmony, Hatteras, Troytown, Pius, Scot Free, Maniopoto, Harvest Home, a...

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PASTORAL NOTES. ROEBOURNE, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 October 1905

PASTORAL NOTES. [BY VERMONT.] Roebourne, October 14. | The wool cup for this district has been an exceptionally good one, and high averages have been recorded. The catting at Messrs. Withnell Bros/ Karratha station averaged 7 lbs. 9 ozs. of clean, bright wool, including many summer laiubs of only nine (9) months' growth. Some of their graded Vermont rants, by their stud pedi greed ram Kitchener, cut as much as 16 lbs. 2 oz. of excellent quality wool. As with most stations this year the wool was clean, and in splendid condition. Your readers will regret and sympathise with Mr. Stewart, of Balmoral station, in his loss of that beautiful station sire " Iron Duke," by (old) " Wellington." I had the pleasure of seeing many of his progeny, which are a good useful stamp of horse, and on this account his los3 will be much felt by his owner. Horse breeding is be coming a popular move with our Northern pastoral ists, and will prove a most profit able industry providing horses of good shape, s...

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ROEBOURNE NEWS. NOR'-WEST PROGRESS LEAGUE. ROEBOURNE, October 27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 November 1905

ROEBOURNE NEWS. NOB'-WEST PROGRESS LEAGUE. ROEBOURNE, October 27. A council meeting of the Nor -West"; Progress League was held- here on Tuesday j evening, the 24th inst. The president, ; Mr. Thos. Porter, presided over a large i attendance. " I The Rev. Father Yerlin "and Dr. Maun- j sell were unanimously elected as members j of the council! ' I The secretary read a letter from Mr. W. j Frankcom, secretary - Tableland Road j Board, having reference to the lack of I voting facilities in that.portion of the ; Koehourne district, and stating t hat for the last five years the electors ot bis district had been practically disfranchised owing to no central place-being appointed for the registration of votes. . . Mr. C. M. St raker, a member of the Tableland Road Board, who was present . at the meeting, stated' that at the last election be vae appointed returning-offieer, but ho notice of this having Reached the electors the only vote recorded was his own. He had also written to the Chief...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 November 1905

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. AGENCIES AT: CARNARVON (Baston & Co.) ONSLOW (James Clark & Co.) BOEBOUBNE (W. C. Kroger). POET HEDLAND (A. H. Wilson & Co.) Cash advances made (if required) on de livery to any of the above agent*. . CHARLES HORMANN, (xEBALDTON, Also at FREMANTLE. Gash Buyer at Highest Bates OF . WOOL, KANGAROO SKINS, SHEEPSKINS, HIDES and all Classes of Colonial Produce. AGENTS at all Nor'-West Ports, through whom cash advances may be obtained (if required) against consignments. STATION and SHOOTERS' REQUISITES alwayi in Stock AT LOWEST PEICES. Correspondence Invited. Prices and Labels on Application. JAS. CLARK & CO. (ESTABLISHED 1883), ONSIiOW, ASHBUKTON RIVER. Merchants, Auctioneers, Stock, Station and Shipping Agents. Age...

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THE ELECTIONS. PERTH, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 November 1905

THE ELECTIONS. PEBTH, November 2. With the exception of the Dnnclas mud Kimberley elections the returns are now complete, and are as follows: Subiaco. H. Daglish (LL.) ... 1086 S.M. Brown (M.) ... 1006 Perth. H. Brown (M.) ... 567 C. J.Moran(I.) ... 336 D. H. Braidwood (M.) 167 Perth North. J. Brebber (M.) ... 1478 F. F. Wilson (L.) ... 911 Perth West. F. Illingworth (M.)... 1276 J. M. Speed (M.) ... 655 Perth East. J. E. Hardwick (M.) 1090 J. Fabre (L.) ... 621 F. Smalpage (M.) ... 437 Balkatta. J. Veryard (M.) ... 768 - Wilson (L.) ... 619 Canning. W. B. Gordon (M.).- 643 J. G. Milligan ... 496 J. Charles 131 Claremont. J. C. G. Fonlkes (M.) 1064 Weir (M.) 428 Fremantle Soath. A. J. Diamond (M.) 1116 A. M'Callnm (L.) ... 870 Fremantle East. J. J. Holmes (M.) ... 1019 W. C. Angwin (L.)... 999 Fremantle North. H. E. Bolton (L.) ... 894 P. J. Hevron (M") ... 537 Boulder. Collier (L.) 872 J. M. Hopkins (M.)... 853 W. T. Babbish (I.) ... 140 Brown Hill. T. Bath (L.) 1093 R. E. White (I...

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