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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 November 1905

MOSS & CO., (IENEEAL COHBISSIOH AGENTS, ll'CTIOSEERS, Pearl Fishing, Shipping, Customs, and Forwarding Agents, STOCK, STATION AND LAND AGENTS* BROOME, Nor'-West. 1 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-1 count of various owners. On account of M. C. B. Bunbury, Esq.: The Well-known ARAB STALLION; " KHALED." Pedigree at sale. On account of D. N. McLeod, Esq.: 80 to 25 PRIME DAIR'S COWS 25 to 30 FAT BULLOCKS 15 to 20 HACKNEYS. On account of J. H. Mansfield, Esq., the following stock: "BELLE HAMPTON" (imported from England), cbeatnut mare, due to foal this month (September) to Wandering Willie. Pedigree at sale or on applica . tion. " PETRELLA " foaled in 1898, by Light Artillery, out of Tarpeia. Due to foal this month (September) to Wandering Willie. 2-Year-old Colt "QUICK-FIRER," by Light Artillery, out of Belle Hampton. Foaled 30th August, 1903. Bay C...

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POLITICAL MEETIN[?] BUTCHER, M.L.A., AND HIS CONSTITUENTS: [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 November 1905

POLITICAL MEETIN BUTCHER, M.L.A., AND CONSTITUENTS: The Jubilee Hall was crowded on Tues day night, when Mr. W. J. Batcher, M.L.A., again addressed his constituents. Evidently many of those present had couie prepared to -fully enjoy themselves, and at times the meeting was decidedly noisy. The Mayor (Mr. Baston) introduced Mr. Batcher to the meeting, and in the course of his remarks stated that an impression had got about that at the last political meeting Mr. McLeod's hands were tied. He (Mr. B&Bton) was chairman of the meeting referred to, and instead of M>. McLeod's hands being tied, he had been allowed *very possible latitude. Mr. Batcher was warmly greeted on ris ing to speak. He was suffering from a very severe cold, and bad to condense his speech. Much of the ground traversed during his address was a repetition of his former speech (fully reported in our issue of the 28th ult.) consequently a brief resume of the address will be sufficient here. Mr. Butcher stated t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 November 1905

SCBSCBIPVIOWS (POSTAGE INCLUDED). £ e. D. One Year 1 5 0 Six Months 0 12 ? One Quarter 0 6 6 To AVTEBTISBRS. . THE NOBIEEBN TIKES circulates amongst the pastoralisls, miners, pearlers, and businex* people of the whole North, and therefore will be found a Jirsl-class medium for adver tisers. Mates for advertising on ap plication. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 November 1905

SHIPPING. QCEAN 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. RICHARDSON " PAROO. CHARON. 2665 tons. 2681 tons. CAPT. A. MILLS. CAPT. I. BELL. Fortnightly Services. SOUTH. From Singapore. From Carnarvon about MINILYA, Nov. 1. November 15. PAROO, Nov. 16. November 30. SULTAN, Dec. 1 December 15 CHARON, Dec. 15 December 29 MINILYA, Dec. 29 January 13 NORTH. From Fremantle. Carnarvon. CHARON, Nov. 19. November 21. MINILYA, Dec. 5 December 7 PAROO, Dec. 19. December 21 SULTAN, Jan. 2. January i. S.s. Saltan leaving Fremantle, 3rd November, will arrive here in time for Races and Show, from Fremantle and Creraldton, and the Charon from North iB due here about 31st 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, built especiall...

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GASCOYNE RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 November 1905

GXSCOYNE EACING CLUB. The- meeting of the Gascoyne Racing Club, which was brought to a conclusion on Thursday, was a most successful one. The weather was favourable, especially for the first day's racing, but on the eecond day the strong breeze blowing caused the dust fiend to be in evidence, though for tunately the discomfort from this cause , was not so great as in previous years, owing to the committee's foresight in top-dressing with river sand the grand-stand enclosure and its vicinity. The attendance was good, the takings at the gates for the two days amounting to £50 7s, as compared with £48 15s last year. Despite predictions of failure owing to the club's action in placing a pro hibitive fee of £100 on bookmakers, the results show that the totalizator-receipts di<| not suffer through the course adopted, £1,042 passing through the machine for the two days' racing, which is double the amount handled last year. The meeting was not without its unpleasant'features, the...

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The Northern Times. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1905. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 November 1905

Th© llort^rn Wtmtz. PASTORAL, MLNXKG AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER II, 1905. LOCAL AND GENERAL. . SHOW SALES.-Attention is .directed to the long lists of stock which will be offered at public auction by Messrs. Baston & Co. and D&lgety & Co. on Tuesday. Amongst the lots catalogued are several highly-bred racehorses. THE SHOW.-Excellent entries have been received for the show which takes place on Monday, and which promises to be a great success. The show dinner will be held Tuesday night at the Port Hotel. Early application for tickets should be made to the secretary (Mr. Nicol). GEBALDTON RACES.-Owners are re minded that acceptances for all handicap events and entries for the'Trial Stakes to be rail at the Victoria District Turf Club's meeting on November 22 and 24 close with the secretary on Monday next. We have b-»en asked by the secretary (Mr. Kidd)~to state that he will be glad to receive through the Secretary of the Gascoyne Racing Clnb notificat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 November 1905

Lost SOLID SILVER CIGAB CASE ON RACECOURSE. Reword of 5s. on delivery of nme to W. MILNE, Carnarvon Hotel. THE WELL KNOWN MAIL SCHOOm RESCUE (Captain Ifoerson). Will leave Fremantle every six weeks, starting next trip November 1st. Calling at Sharks Bay, Carnarvon, Wooramel, and Flint Cliff; also at Gerald ton and Maud's Landing if sufficient in ducement and space available. Full particulars from W. NEWMAN, Carnarvon, or E. H. FOTFJSRGIIiL, Fremantle. Carnarvon Municipal Council. NOTICE is hereby given that on and after January i, 1906, the above Council will refuse to issue licenses for the agistment of goats; and further, that any goats found roaming within the townsite of Carnarvon after the date mentioned trill be destroyed. By order of the Council, \YM. NEWMAN, Town Clerk. A lex. H. Salmond, Carnarvon. Government Authorised, Surveyor. 'Engi neering Surveys. Level# taken for Water Races. Earth quantities supplied. Joining Surveyor. Properties examined and re ported on. Notice to...

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SOUTHERN NEWS. PERTH, November 6. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 November 1905

SOUTHERN NEWS. "PERTH, November 6. A sensational report ie current in Perth to the effect that the Premier has received a despatch from the Colonial Office intimating that the clauses in the amended Factories Act relating to Asiatics are repugnant to the feelings of Japan and China, with whom Great Britain is at peace, and most be repealed. William Smith, a Bingle man, living with his mother at Claremont, was drowned in the Claremont baths on Saturday. It is presumed that he was overcome with cramp and was unable to reach the shallow water. Other patrons of the baths went to hiB assistance, but before they could re cover him life was extinct. Smith was the sole support of his aged mother. According to the departmental November circular, correspondence, etc., addressed care of any post office will only be delivered to the person to whom it is addressed or on tbe written authority of such person. Parcels addressed to places in India, to be forwarded direct by parcels post, may be insn...

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INTER-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, November 5. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 November 1905

INTER-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. I «?. SYDNET, November o. The manager of tbe East Greta. Colliery Co. has offered a reward of £.300 for information leading to the conviction of the person who set- the Stauford-Merthyr colliery on fire. A mine -employee named Libaek has been arrested on a charge of having set fire to the seam of coal. It is qgtimated that 1,000 men are affected by the fire. I Eva Bounty, while gathering flowers j on the edge of Breaton Falls, in the Hillgrove district, yesterday, fell over a precipice a sheer depth of several, hundred feet and was killed. Her body then struck snccesBive ledges of the rock, falling in all fnlly 800 feet. A few days ago another girl met her death at the same spot. November 6. A serioas accident occurred at New castle yesterday. A bus which waB going down a steep hill at Wallsend was overturned. The driver and two other men were thrown violently to the gronnd. The driver's right arm wae broken in three places and his thigh was fractu...

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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 November 1905

GENERAL NEWS. . ; LONDON, NO member 4. A. manifesto in favour of Mr. Chamberlain's tari£E reform proposals, signed by 1,500 trades unionist*, has been forwarded to the president of the Dominion of Canada Trades and Laboar Council. The Marquis of Londonderry, Post master-General, speaking yesterday at Sunderland, said' the Government were prepared for defeat at the next elections. The dispute between, -the United States and Newfoundland regarding the Behring Sea fisheiy is. becoming increasingly serious. The Americans declare they will appeal to the United States Government at Washington to send a warship to the scene. November 6. j A memorial statue to the late Mr. j Gladstone was unveiled in London by Mr. John Morley on Saturday, a great1 gathering being present. November 7. A deputation from the~ unemployed in Loudon -waited on the Prime Minister yesterday and asked that certain works be put. in hand to relieve those out of -work. Mr. Balfonr's reply was ao unfavourable that the d...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, November 6. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 November 1905

QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, November 6. Ou tbe Miowera, which arrived at Brisbane yesterday, two South Aus tralian families who crossed over to ZionCity returned mnch disillusioned. They report that the population of Zion City is diminishing, people leav ing the place every day. Dr. Dowie, though paralysed, has been able to go to Mexico, where he intends to start a Paradise plantation. " He is only after money; it is the greatest money scheme cn earth," said one of tbe men.

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, November 6. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 November 1905

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, November 6. A serious accident happened at Warrenheip on Saturday to Donald Cameron, a fireman on the evening train from Geelong. Cameron was leaning oat of the engine cab watching for a signal when he was struck on the head by something pro jecting from a passing train and thrown to the ground between the two sets of rails. The driver promptly brought the train to a standstill and Cameron was removed to the Ballarat Hospital. .He is suffering from several broken ribs and severe cuts to the head and body. November 8. A drowning accident happened at Saltwater River, near Flemington, yesterday. A punt with about 30 persons aboard was being hauled across the river when it capsized owing to half a dozen men rocking it by throw ing their weight from side to side. The whole company were thrown into the water and two persons were drowned. When the punt overturned the scene was one of terrified confu sion, men straggling and fighting to gain a position on the overturned...

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Cablegrams. RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. DREADFUL MASSACRE AT ODESSA. THE JEWS THE VICTIMS. INHUMAN ATROCITIES. LONDON, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 November 1905

Cablegrams. . » RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. DREADFUL MASSACRE AT ODESSA. THE JEWS THE VICTIMS. INHUMAN ATROCITIES. LONDON, November 4. | The recent outbreak of police and military violence is attributed to j Court reactionaries and bureaucrats,! who are seeking to convince the Czar that the concessions granted by him necessarily mean excesses. From all over Russia come reports of sanguinary outbreaks, the Jews being the principal victims of the mob violence. . The Governor of Warsaw proclaims that certain elements of the population are trying to overthrow the founda tions of public order by obscuring the general rejoicing. He appeals to the cultured and to the police to give proofs of their political maturity by refusing to obey the dictates of anarchy. He warns the disturbers of the peace that the Government pos sess au ample force with which to repress anarchy. Violent anti-Semitic outbreaks are reported from various parts of Russia. Many Jews were killed during an encounter with revolutio...

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BRICK HOUSE CLIP, 1905. SHEEP SHORN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 November 1905

BRICK HOUSE CLIP, 1905. SHEEP SHORN. Ewes. 4-tooth to aged Ewe hoggetts Wether hoggetts Wethers, 4-tooth Ram8,2-tooth to aged Total grown sheep Lambs shorn. " ..." ~ . 15,209 6,424 6,149 3,054 330 31,166! 10,700 Total Eheep and lambs ...41,866 No. bales wool from grown eheep, 743. Average gross weight per bale, 412^ flj. No. of bales wool pjr 1,000 cheap shorn, 23 5-6ths. Average weight of wool per sheep, 9 16 8| OZB. No. bales lambs' wool, 46. Average gross weight ber bale, 388 lb. No. bales wool per 1,000 lambs shorn. 4 l-9th. Average weight ©£ wool per lamb, -1 IB 9J oz. The lambs were dropped in Jnne and July, and shorn in September and October, so that they only averaged about 3 months when shorn, numbers being turned out un shorn on account of the wool being so short. Shearing was finished this year on 21st October, and last year on 21st November, so that (with the exception of 3,000 wethers) none of the grovm sheep had more than eleven months' growth of wool when eborn. . The...

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EQUITABLE LIFE SOCIETY. LONDON, November 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 November 1905

EQUITABLE LIFE SOCIETY. LONDON, November 9. Sir William Mather, the well-known English iron-maker, and a large policy holder in the Equitable Life Assurance Society* assures British shareholders that the perfeot solvency and absolute Hecnrity of the Bociety is now beyond doubt.

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GENERAL CABLES. A PARACHUTE ACCIDENT. LONDON, November 5. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 November 1905

GENERAL CABLES. A PARACHUTE ACCIDENT. Losdots, November 5. A shocking fatality is reported from Colombia, U.S.A. Mr. Broadwick, a parachutist, ascended in a balloon with her husband. When the balloon was 250 feet from the ground Mrs. Broadwick signalled to her hosband to cat the parachute rope. Owing, however, to some mistake, she was clinging to the ropes between the balloon and the parachute, with the res nit that she was killed in the pre sence of 1,000 persons.

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GASCOYNE RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 November 1905

YNE BAOING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING MEMBERS. The annual meeting of members of ?the above club "was held at Tatter sail's (Carnarvon Hotel) on Saturday evening, there being about 50 gentle men present, the chairman of the club (Mr. P. Macnish) presiding. The secretary (Mr. Newman) read the minutes of the last annual meet ing, which were adopted. A letter was read from Mr. M. C. B. Banbury in which he stated he desired to apologise to Mr. McCarthy for certain remarks passed on the racecourse concerning the running of the racehorse Jupiter. The letter was greeted with applause. Mr. J. OakJey wrote complaining that he had been blamed by Mr. A. Burt for the accident which happened to the jockey A. Ashfold in the race for the Carnarvon Cap, and asking the stewards to hold an enquiry into the matter. Mr. Burt made a verbal explana tion. He stated that when the ac cident happened he was natarally very much annoyed afc his jockey being injured. £lis brother had in formed him that Ashfold had bla...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, November 12. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 November 1905

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, November 12. The La Belle, a three-masted schooner of 406 tons, bonnd from New Zealand to Warrnambool with a big cargo of timber, went ashore on Fri day night near the breakwater at Warrnambool. The lifeboat made several unsuccessful attempts to go to her assistance, crowds of people watch ing the proceedings from the break water, which runs over a mile into the sea. It was a beautifully clear night, and the terrible straits of those on board were clearly seen. The sea was terribly rough, and despite brave en deavours no boat could be taken to the wreck. On Saturday morning, when the sea had moderated, another attempt was made, but the lifeboat was unable to get close to the vessel, which quickly went to pieces. Some of the crew jumped into the water. Three of them were picked up by the life boat, but seven members of the crew were drowned. Heartrending scenes occurred as those on shore found themselves helpless to render assist ance to those on the vessel. Nove...

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GENERAL CABLES. MURDERS IN CHINA. LONDON, November 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 November 1905

GENERAL CABLES. MURDERS JN CHINA. LONDON, November 11. The murder of missionaries is re ported from the southern Chinese province of KwaDghuig. Mr. Peel, a missionary, was clubbed to death before his -wife's eyes. She herself was then stoned to death and her daughter stabbed and throwp into the river.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 November 1905

CARNARVON New Year Sports MONDAY, JAN. 1st, 1906. To be held on the RECREATION GROUND. PATRON-W. J. Butcher, Esq., M.L.A. PBBSEDENTS-C. D. V. FOBS, Esq., R.M., and G. Baston, Esq., Mayor. VICK-PBKSIDENTB-P. Macnish, Esq., Dr. R. J. Hickinbotham, and A. Nicol, Esq. JUDGES-G. Atkinson, Esq., and E. Pear son, Esq. STABTEE-T. Honlahan, Esq.*; ASSISTANT STABTEB-W. A. Inkpen, Esq. TBEASITBEB-J. H. Noonan, Esq. HANDICAFPEES-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. Running 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, JS2; 3rd, £1. Nomination, 5s. ; acceptance, 2s 6d. LUNCHEON. HURDLE HANDICAP, 120 yards, 8 jumps 3 ft. 6 in.-1st, .£6; 2nd, 30s ; 3rd, 20s. Nomination, 4s ; acceptance, 2s. Running Long Jump-1st,. 25s ; 2nd, 10s. Nomination, Is. Three-legged Race,...

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