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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, November 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 November 1905

GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, November 14. A shocking mining disaster occurred yesterday in the Band. The shaft in the Driefontein Deep Mine collapsed. One white man and 67 natives were killed. November 16. There is terrible suffering in the famine-stricken districts of Japan. Parents are selling their children for sums varying from Is. 7d. to 4s. as servants. Many, mad- with hunger, steal and eat horses and roots. A lockout has been declared in the textile dyeing tradfes in Saxony, Ger many. Sixty-five thousand -workers are affected. ; Forty per cent, of the workmen employed in the French arsenals have struck work. Six thousand one hun dred out of 6,500 employees at Toulon are on strike. Yesterday a bomb exploded in Pera, a suburb of Constantinople, as Febini Pasha, chief of the secret police, was passing the spot in his carriage. Three Armenians suspected of the outrage have been arrested.

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COLONIAL LOYALTY. LONDON, November 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 November 1905

COLONIAL LOYALTY. I LONDON, November 14. | Lord Lyttelton, speaking yesterday at Bristol, referred to the intense loyalty of the colonies. He suggested that even if Canada and Australia bmlt warships for their own defence, they .vonld again be the first to come to the Motherland's aid in time of need.

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CANNING PARK RACES. PERTH, November 12. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 November 1905

CANNING PARK EACES. PERTH, November 12. I The Birthday meeting of the Conning Park Turf Club commenced on Saturday. The weather was fine and the attendance large. Results: Bedford Handicap-Toora 1, Albion 2, Bostaff 3. Stanley Handicap-Convert 1, East Lady 2, Blue Rose 3. Canning Handicap, one mile-Donovan 1, Troubridge 2, Mando 3. Time, 1 min. 50 sec. Steeplechase-Exploit 1, Mabel 2, Prince Louis 3. Trial Stakes-Flora Mac 1, Soldeae 2, Miss Pilgrim 3. Stipendiary Handicap-Le Grande 1, Westward Ho 2, Roadside 3. November 14. The second day's racing in connection with the Canning Park races took place yesterday, the results being: Hurdles-Niebtl 1, Prince Louis 2, The Waster 3. King's Handicap-Aspen 1, Wheelarra 2, Albion 3. Canning Cup, 1} miles-Mando 1, Dono van 2, Sport Royal 3. Time, 2 min. 12 sec. Ladies' Bracelet-Radical 1, Niebel 2, Soldene 3. Galloway Handicap-Maggie Moore 1, Waverley 2, Tremascotte 3. Farewell Handicap-Indian Prince 1, Florando 2, Smith 3.

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PASTORALISTS' ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL SHOW. PATRONS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 November 1905

PASTORALISTS' ASSO CIATION. .ANKUAIi SHOW. PATRONS ; Robert Sholl, .Esq. M.L.C., W. J. Batcher, Esq:, M.L. A;, C. D. V. Foss, Esq., E.SL 1 PRESIDENT : G. J. Gobch, Esq., J.P. VICE-Peksidenxs : D. N. McLsod, Esq., Jas. Monro, Fsq. [ CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES : J. E. Hickinbotbam, Esq., M.B. HONORARY COMMITTEE : J Messrs. G. Baston, R. Campbell, J. H. Mon- i ger, F. Monger, J. W. Laverty, John Fitz- ! patrick, M. Fitzpatagek, Ja9. Fitzpatrick,; Robt.JSewnian, M. C. R. Bun bury, G. McKae, I P. MacNish, J. H. Mansfield, C. Matthews, C. J. Batcher, W Hatch, D. J. Hear man, j A. Bart. R. Burt, S. J. Phillips, Sept. Burt, P. Ryan, H. Campbell, -Jj. A. von Bibra, J. Mask, W. S. Snook, E. E. Bash, J .H. Mead, H. G. Lefroy, J. Loudon, A. H. Hep burn, Dan Powell, 3. Waldeck, P. St. B. Ayliffe, Dr. Belgrade, F. P. TjoefflerJ'W. E. i Fenner. W. Bryan, G. Collins, A. H. Tren grore, K. D. Messer, C. J. Lewer, A. B. Camerer, F. Nicol, H. Twitcbin, A. Cameron, J. McCarthy, F. De Pledge, Jas. Clark, D. ...

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Cablegrams. RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. THE TURMOIL QUIETENING. LONDON, November 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 November 1905

Cablegrams. RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. THE TURMOIL QUIETENING. LONDON, November 11. The naval station at Cronstadt supplier the latest Russian sensation. Yesterday many sailors mutinied, overpowered their officers, and land ing machine gnns joined the workmen on Btrike in pillaging shops and the Government spirit stores. The troops were summoned. Desperate fighting, great bloodshed and confusion fol lowed, many of the troops siding with the rioters. The Naval CInb pre mises and numerous other buildings were fired. The town of Cronstadt is now in flames, and the hotels, shops, and private residences have been plundered. The sailors paraded the streets, shooting at random. The warships were ordered to leave. Altogether fi?e thousand soldiers mutinied.. Ten nnpopnlar officers were killed. . Two squadrons of hus sars and two battalion regiments ulti mately arrived, and a semblance of order was restored. General Trepoff, commander-in chief of the St. Petersburg garrison, has resigned. Count-de W...

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V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. MELBOURNE, November 12. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 November 1905

V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. MELBOURNE, November 12. The V.R.C. meeting was concluded yes terday, the weather being fine and the attendnnee large. Results: Spring Handicap-Scotland 1, Elysium 2, Roycroft 3. Flemington Stakes-Hautgout 1, Melo drama 2, Benbow 3. V.R.O. Handicap-Aurate 1, Proceedor 2, Panama 3. C. B. Fisher Plate-Tartan 1, Gladsome 2, Torah 3. Cap Steeplechase-Rearguard 1, Dingo 2, Abdallah 3. Aidful Stakes-Contra 1, Prind 2, Barren Joe 3. Final Handicap-F.J.A. 1 Harmony 2, Orerdale 3.

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ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 November 1905

ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the PaBtoralist., Association vai held at the Poj t Hotel on Tuesday afternoon, Mr. G. j. Gooch pre siding over a good attendance. Several new members were elected, and the secretary read the minutes of the last meeting, which were confirmed. Mr. M. C. R. Banbury stated that he had nominated a horse to compete in the champion draught stallion class at the ehow, and he on making enquires from the judge had been informed that be (the judge) had received instructions not to judge the horse in that class. He had brought the horse down from the station on purpose to compete for the champion ship, and he would like to have the reason for his horse not being judged explained. 'i'iie secretary stated that some time after the programme bad been printed it was decided to judge Suffolk Punch horses in a class by themselves. He had written, to owners of draught stock in forming them of the change. This had debarred Mr. Btmbury'a horse from com peting in cla...

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SPORTING. ACCEPTANCES FOE GERALDTON RACES. Glengarry Handicap, about one mile. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 November 1905

SPORTING. ? - ACCEPTANCES FOE GERALDTON EACES. Glengarry Handicap, about one mile. St ID St ft C.E- 9 13 Derelict ... 8 10 Minilya Boy 9 4 Marka ... 8 10 False Alarm 9 0 Radium ... 7 11 Doreen ... 8 11 Little Bee ... 7 6 November Handicap, about 9£ furlongs. 1 remendous 11 13 Badiam ... 7 12 Silver Mine... 9 9 Little Bee ... 7 7 Breakaway... 7 12 Flying Handicap, about 5 furlongs. Bridegroom 12 0 Nobleman ... 8 9 First Blood... 9 2 Myth ... 8 8 Doreen ... 9 0 Sea Gem ... 8 8 Marka ... 9 0 Breakaway ... 7 13 Derelict ... 9 0 Kingbolt ... 7 5 Bichna ... 8 9 Corsica ... 7 0 . Glenfield Handicap, about 5 furlongs. First Blood... 9 2 Myth ... 8 8 Derelict ... 9 0 Sea Gem ... 8 8 Marka ... 9 0 Kingbolt ... 7 5 Bichna ... 8 9 Corsica ... 7 0 Willow ... 8 9 Geraldton Cap, aboat li mile3. Tremendous 11 13 Breakaway... 7 12 False Alarm 9 0 Badiam ... 7 12 Marka ... 8 13 Little Bee ... 7 7 Enchanteur... 8 0 District Plate, about 7 furlongs. Bridegroom 11 13 Nobleman ... 8 7 9 13 Myth ... 8 7 F...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, November 13. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 November 1905

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, November 13. ! The police have reported a curious incident which occurred at Norwood on Saturday night. Mr. Fowler's housemaid said she heard somebody in the yard that night, but a search failed to reveal the intruder. Next morning the coachman found besides a strange hat in the yard the top joint of a man's finger hanging from the top of a galvanised iron fence. The intruder was probably frightened by a dog, and evidently tore portion of his finger off in making a hurried exit. PiBEWSLIi to CAPT. Pujcombe.-A number of gentlemen assembled at the Carnarvon Hotel on Wednesday afternoon for the purpose of bidding farewell to Captain J. P. Pincombe, who, accompanied bj Mrs. Pincombe, left by the s.s. Minilya for South, intending to take up his re sidence in the York , district. The Mayor (Mr. G. Baston) presided, and in pro posing the toast of Mr. and Mrs. Pincombe, he st»ted that the Captain was the pioneer skipper along the Nor-West coast, and had bad more t...

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

Alex. H. Salmond, Carnarvon. Government Authorised Surveyor. 'Engi neering Surveys. Levels taken for Water Races. Marth quantities supplied. Mining Surveyor. Properties examined and re ported m. Metal Ceilings. Metal Side Walls. s. 3d. per square yard. Note the reduction. LARGE STOCKS. Splatt, Wall & Co., PIER ST., PERTH. 8. 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 (Boston & Co.) ONSLOW (James Clark & Co.) ROEBOURNE (W. C, Kruger). PORT HEDLAND (A. H. Wilson & Co.) Cash advances made (if required) on de livery to any of the above agents. Mpsic WABEHOtJSEMBN. A. W. DOBBIE & CO., HAY STREET, PERTH. THE BEST PIANOS. ORGANS. SEWING MACHINES. BRINSMEAD PIANOS. These Splendid BRINSMEAD PIANOS. English Pianos BRINSMEAD PIANOS, -w...

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

Ashburion Road Board. A PPLICATIONS are INVITED from persons competent and willing to Perform the duties of SECRETARY and GENERAL EXECUTIVE OFFICER MCENSE and COMMONAGE FEES COLLECTOR. Salary £150 p:-r annum, and ten per cent, on moneys collected. Immediate application invited. Duties to begin January 1st, 1906. E. A. BURT, Chairman, Onslow. P-S.-Applications to be in not later than noon on Saturday, 30th December. 1905. Application for a Pub lican's General License. To the Worshipful the Justices of the Peace acting in and for the district of Gascoyne, in Western Australia. T CHARLES SKINNER, publican, married, now residing at Robinson istreet, m the town of Carnarvon, do here by K""e notice that it is my intention to apply at the next Licensing Meeting to bo nolden for this district, for a Publican's General License, for the sale of liquor, in. the house and appurtenances thereunto belonging situated at Robinson Street, Carnarvon, containing 5 sitting rooms and 6 bedrooms, exclusi...

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INTER-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, November 12. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 November 1905

INTER-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, November 12. A sensational occurrence took place yesterday. A bookkeeper named Wiley, employed in a tailor's shop in George-street, drew £50 from the bank to pay the wages of the work men. A man followed her half way up the staircase leading to the shop and garotted her, throwing her heavily on the stairs. Several workmen then rushed np and overpowered the man, who was placed under arrest. November 14. The mail coach running between Port Macquarrie and Wauchope was bailed up yesterday at a place called Spencer's Gutting. Two bags of letters were stolen. The robbers, who were masked and armed, after taking possession of the mail bags, ordered the driver to continue his journey to Port Macquarrie. On arrival there the driver of the coach informed the police of the occurrence. Three hours later two constables recovered the mail bags, which had been ransacked. Letters had been opened, mutilated, and scattered about. A remittance from the postma...

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WILLIAMSTOWN CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 November 1905

WILLIAHSTOWN CUP. The running for the Williamstown Cap resulted ai follows:-Demaa 1, A urate 2, Harmonj 3. The result of the Williamstown Cap on Monday last took exactly one minute to come to Perth. This, with three repeating stations intervening, is surely a telegraphic record which -will stand for some time.

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SHOW DINNER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 November 1905

SHOW DINNER; Oil Tuesday night the Show dinner was held at the Port Hotel, about thirty gentlemen sitting down to a repast "which 1 earned Mr. and Mrs. McAllister the approbation of all irho partook of it. The.menu was a long and well assorted one, the tables were tastefully arranged, the waiting quickly and neatly carried out, and altogether the dinner must be classed as a great success. The president of the society (Mr. Gooch) occupied the chair and submitted tho toast of "The King," and those present united in the National Anthem. Mr. D. N. McLeod proposed the toast of " Parliament." In the course of his remarkB he Said Parliament was what they made it. Once in three years, unless a dissolution should occur and make the period shorter, they had the privilege of _ electing members to represent them in Parliament. If they were not satisfied with their member's actions that was the time to speak out. They had passed through this period now and Mr. Batcher was again returned as their...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 November 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. CAFT. P. TOWNMSY. CAFT. E. RICHARDSON PAROO. CHARON. 2665 tons. 2681 tone. CAST. A. Mitts. CAST. I. BEIJ.. Fortnightly Services. SOUTH. from Singapore. From Carnarvon about PAROO, NOT. 16. November 30. SULTAN, Dec. 1 December 15 CHARON, Dec. 15 December 29 MINILYA, Dec. 29 January 13 NORTH. From Fremantle. Carnarvon MINILYA, Dec. 5 December 7 PAROO, Dec. 19. December 21 SULTAN, Jan. 2. January 4. These steamers, built especially for tlie trade? are fitted with. every modern appliance for tlie comfort of passengers. JAVA.-Large reductions made to families and parties. LONDON.- Through tickets issued in conjunction with the P. & 0. Coy., transhipping at Singa? pore. Apply to DALGETY & COY, LTD., PERTH FREMANTLE GERALDTON CARNARVON COSSACK and PORT HEDLAND. J. OT'AUK & CO., On...

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

Subscriptions (POSTAGK INCJjUDBD) . £ i. d. One Tear 15 0 SizMontbs ... 0 12 6 One Qaarter 0 6 6 THE NOEIHBBN TIMES circulate* amongst the pastoralists, miners, pearlers, and business people of the whole North, and therefore to ill he found a first-class medium for adver tisers. Rates for advertising on ap plication.

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STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of news intended for publication in this column will be gladly walcomed.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 November 1905

STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of news intended for publication in this column will be gladly walcomed.3 At a Bale of thoroughbreda in Melbourns on Tuesday the racehorses Scotland, Pius, and several others were purchased for West Australian owners. Mr. S. P. Mackay, ot( Mundabullangana station, purchased Scot land. - Mr. J, Fitzpatrick has purchased the thoroughbred yearling Sieg« Gun, Light Artillery-Belle Hampton, from Mr. Mans field, tho price paid being 90 guineas. Tbe same buyer has also purchased the thoroughbred mare Ladybird, by Wander ing Willie-Lady, from Mr. Wilson, pay ing 60 guineas for her. Messrs. Baston & Co. report baring cold the following stock at their annual show Bale held on Tuesday last:-On account of M. C. R. Bunbury-1 draught gelding, aged, J£5 ; 3 Devon heifers, yearlings, J£3 per head. On account D. N. McLeod-34 very prime bullocks -£ll per head; 20 maiden heifers at £3 per head; 15 cows and calreB at £4, 5s. per head; one bull £7; 6 hackneys reali...

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The Northern Times. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEAELING NEWS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1905. THE CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 November 1905

The Jlffrilrent ®ntua. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEAELING NEWS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1905. THE CARNIVAL. THE Gascoyne Racing Club and the Pastoralists' Association may justly be congratulated on the success of the carnival which has now terminated. The former institution has a sub stantial credit balance, and the latter, though the figures are not yet avail able, should also have come out on the right side of the ledger. Neither of these institutions exists for the express purpose of making money, bat it is satisfactory to note their fiuancial soundness, as a happy augury for the future. These carnivals play a most important part in the life of a small community such as ours. Like the Mohammedan'u Hegira, they serve as a landmark in the flight of time, from which subsequent events are dated. It is easily understood why this should be so. The settlers in this vast dis trict are so widely scattered that their visits to town are few, many of them making only an annual trip. Conse quently ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 November 1905

BIRTH. WALDECK.—11th inst., at Carnarvon,   the wife of J. F. Waldeck—a son.

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SOUTHERN NEWS. PERTH, November 13. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 November 1905

SOUTHERN NEWS. PEBTH, November 13. It is rumoured that a change is to be made in the Rason Ministry. Mr. Moss] a member of the Legislative Council, is spoken of as likely to be appointed Attorney - General. Mr. Kingsmill, it is said, retires from the Cabinet and Dr. Hicks takes over the portfolio of Colonial Secretary at present held by Mr. Kingsmill. The Government's conditions in connection with the Port Hedland Nuliagine railway concession are de clared by capitalists to be too strin gent. It is believed that fresh tenders wili be called, also for an alternative Roebourue route. The names of pro bable tenderers for the Port Hedland route are: A. E. Morgans, and Baxter, And ley,, and Coote, of Sydney. November 14. Speaking at Kalgoorlieon Saturday night,- Mr. Johnson said the Labour Party would have to have broader views when they had the responsibility of managing the State, aud greater things than the planks of the Labour platform had to be considered. A yacht capsized at Melvil...

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