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SOUTHERN NEWS. A COW IN A DRAPERY SHOP. PERTH, November 20.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 November 1905
SOUTHERN NEWS. A GO W IN A DRAPERY SHOP. PEETH, November 20. ] Considerable consternation was caused in Hay-street on Friday after noon, when an infuriated cow ran amok. It appears that the animal, which was a yoang and well-bred shorthorn springer, was purchased by Thomas Dunn, a resident of West Perth, and brought to the city by train. When released from the truck the noise made by a passing train frightened the animal, which broke away and wandered into Hay-street. She walked quietly into the carpet department of the Economic Stores. The attendants were naturally aston ished to see such an unexpected visitor, but no steps were taken to impede the animal's progress. Pursuing the even tenor of its way, the cow walked through the show room, at the end of which there is a large mirror. Coming snddenly in front of this and observ ing her reflection, the animal snorted, tnrned sharply to the right, and dashed through the haberdashery department ont into the street. For tunately nobody ...
NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, November 22. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 November 1905
NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, November 22. j Lionel leny was charged at the Supreme Court yesterday with having murdered a Chinaman in Wellington in September last. Teriy, who was not represented by counsel, when asked how he pleaded, merely said his action was right and justifiable. En the course of a long address to the jury, Terry expressed strong objection to the King being placed in the position of protector of an unnaturalised race of aliens in the British possessions. When the life of the country was at stake drastic measures such as he had taken were imperatively necessary. He said he would never recognise a law which sought to protect people of an alien race in British countries. In taking the life of the Chinaman he challenged the alleged law to prove its existence. He demanded the full penalty of the law. The jury returned a verdict of guilty, and Terry was sentenced to death.
QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, November 22. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 November 1905
QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, November 22. | Wben Dr. Bancroft, the health officer, reached the American schooner Kimeo in Moreton Bay yesterday he fonnd Captain Patten, his wife, and the whole crew suffering from beri beri. The captain's little daughter alone escaped. One of the crew died while the vessel was being towed across Moreton Bay. The Kimeo left Manila last August and had a terrible voyage. A typhoon struck the vessel after she had been at sea eleven days, -and lasted for four days. Everything aloft was lost, and all moveables on the deck were washed overboard. November 23. Dr. Roth has replied to certain charges recently made in Parliament as to his administration of the Abor igines Department. He denies the charges and regards them as a com pliment. He says they have arisen from his interference with that which for many years has been a vested interest in flesh and blood.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, November 21. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 November 1905
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, November 21. j George Nesbitt, a clerk in tbe Waterworks Department, was fonnd hanging by tbe neck to a clothes line, which he had attached to a pepper tree at the bottom of his yard. At the inquest Mrs. Nesbitt deposed that her hnsband bad been considerably worried in connection with an estate of which he was trnstee, but he had never hinted at his intention to do himself injury.
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 November 1905
VICTORIA. - MELBOURNE, November 18. In the Senate on Friday the Minister for Defence (Mr. Playford) made a statement with regard to the military education of Australian officers. He said the Government intended to establish a defence school wherein an. university and military training conld be obtained. Mr. Playford also touched npon the subject of naval defence. He said it was proposed to have a Commonwealth, torpedo fleet, comprising three cruiser destroyers, sixteen torpedo boat destroyers, and fifteen torpedo boats of the first and second class. November 21. The salvaged cargo of the wrecked La Belle was sold to-day at public auction. No bodies have yet been recovered. November 23. The Prime Minister has been in formed through the Governor-General by the War Office that the King has graciously directed that the remainder of ibe sentence passed in 1866 on James Kiely, a soldier of the 53rd Foot, be remitted. Kiely was con victed of treason and sentenced to death, the sentence bei...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 November 1905
BEREAVEMENT NOTICE. MS. AND MBS. S. H. CLARK d«sire to take this opportunity ofsincerely THANKING the rery many kind friapds from whom they received letters and tele grams of sympathy and condolence in con nection with the B&d death of their little daughter Clarice. It has not been possible to answer them all separately.. Onslow, November 24,1905.
INTER-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 November 1905
INTER-STATE NEWS. ? ? NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, November 18. | Two miners, named Sheedy and Clarke, were killed by a fall of earth in Block 11 Mine, Broken Hill, on Friday. Sixty tons of ore came away and bnried Sheedy, who was killed instantly. Clarke was removed to the hospital, where one of his feet and an arm were amputated. He died shortly afterwards. November 20. H.M.S. Pegasus returned to Sydney on Saturday after a three months cruise amongst the Pacific Islands. The landing of a punitive expedition from the Pegasus and the French war ship Meurthe had a most salutary effect on the natives of the New Hebrides. White residents assert that matters have not been so quiet among the tribes during the past 25 years. A man named Jones, who shot him self in Botany Gardens, died in the Sydney Hospital yesterday. He left a note, addressad to whom it might concern, stating his reason for com mitting suicide was the impossibility of living without siu. November 21. A second arrest was made...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 November 1905
Notice to &lt; Creditors. IN THE SUPREME COURT OFg WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PROBATE JURISDICTION. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN ROBINSON, DECEASED. \AT HEREAS on the fourth day of November, 1905, an Order to Ad minister the Estate and Effects of JOHN ROBINSON, late of Ord River Station, in the State of Western Australia, contractor,' deceased, who died on or about the twen tieth day of April, 1905, was granted by the Supreme Court of the said State, under the provisions of "The Administration Act, 1903," to the undersigned, the Cura tor of Intestates' Estates, Perth. Now NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that all Creditors and other persons having CLAIMS or DEMANDS against the estate of the said deceased are hereby required to send particulars of such claims or demands to tlie undersigned, on or before the SIXTH day of JANUARY, 1906. AND FURTHER, that the undersigned will, immediately after such date, proceed to distribute the assets of the said de ceased among the Creditors and person...
The northern times. PASTORAL,MINIKG AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1905. THE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 November 1905
The &att\i£tn JltHus. PASTORAL, MINIKG AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1905. THE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. THE first session of the sixth Parliament was opened on Thursday. The Governor's speech, which ire publish in another column, is interesting reading, and gives promise of stable government for some time to come. Unlike many vice-regal speeches which have preceded it, there is little mention of public works of a non productive nature, such as public buildings for the metropolitan area, and the general public will welcome this feature. In the past too much attention has been given to the erection of palatial buildings in Perth, and the money thus spent could have been far better utilised in building railways, opening up stock routes, water , conserva tion, and otherwise assisting in the de velopment of our primary industries. The building trade in the metropolis is or should be a side issuej if the country as a whole is prosperous-and it can only be made so through...
GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, November 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 November 1905
GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, November 19. Mr. Rockefeller s income th» year will, it is stated, amount to £8,000,000 sterling. English newspapers warmly appre ciate New Zealand's offer of a ship load of food for London unemployed. November 20. A talented young Russian lady, named Mademoiselle Zaniad Sinolga minoff, who had been accnstomed to move in the best circles in Berlin and St. Petersburg, was yesterday sen tenced to fifteen months' imprison ment at Leipzig for selling documents to a foreign Government. November 21. The American Consul-General at Singapore states the British Colonial Government has broken the force of the Chinese boycott there of American goods. Prince Charles of Denmark ascends the throne of Norway under the title of King Hakon VII. November 22. A Japanese squadron, it is an nounced, will in future regularly cruise as far south as Singapore. The Standard publishes a letter from Sydney warning intending emi grants of the serious labour outlook in New South Wales. The...
GERALDTON RACES. GERALDTON, November 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 November 1905
GERALDTON BACES. GERA_LDTON, November 23. The following are the results of the first day's racing in connection with Victoria District Turf Club's annual meeting: Trial Stakes, 6 furlongs. Enchanteur 1 Corsica ... ... 2 Tungsten 3 Time, 1 min. 20 sees. Glengarry Handicap, one mile. False Alarm ... ... ... 1 Little Bee 2 Marka ... ... 3 Little Bee and False Alarm ran a dead heat, and in the run off False Alarm won. Time, 1 min. 49 sec. Polo Cup, 5j furlongs. M'Lilla 1 Model ... ... 2 Turpin ... ... ... ... 3 Time, 1 min. 19 sec. November Handicap, 9£ furlongs. Eadiuin ... 1 Tremendous ... 2 Time, 2 min. 5 2-5th sec. First Members' Handicap, 6 furloDgs. Sunny Morn 1 Tungsten ... ' 2 Geraldton ... ... ... 3 Time, 1 min. 20| sec. Flying Handicap, 5 fnrlongs. Bridegroom ... ... ... 1 First Blood 2 Corsica ... ... 3 Time, 1 min. 5 see.
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 November 1905
LOCAL AND GENERAL. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.-We are requested to announce that mass will be celebrated at 7 o'clock cn Sunday morning next. . . A. BUSINESS CHANGE.-It is reported that Mr. C. H. Dnnlop has retired from the firm of Baston & Co., which business will in future be carried on by Mr. George Baston sen., and Mr. Arthur Nicol. Death AT ONSLOW.-Mr. J. McCarthy received word from Onslow last week to the effect that Clarice Clark, of that town, bad died suddenly. The deceased was a bright child of seven, and much sympathy is expressed for the parents in their bereavement. New TEAR SPORTS.-The secretary of the Sports Association reminds runners I and others interested in the New Year Sports that nominations for the handicaps and champion race close at McAllister's Fort Hotel on Wednesday next, 29th inst., at 9 p.m. sharp. PROPOSED ANGLICAN CHURCH.-On Tues day evening a meeting of the Church Building Committee was held, there being present Messrs. Matheson (in the chair), Ba...
PARLIAMENT. THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. PERTH. November 24. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 November 1905
PARLIAMENT. THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. PERTH. November 24. The first session of the sixth Parliament - l^es^ern Australia opened yesterday with the usual pomp and ceremony. Shortly after noon Chief Justice^ Stone performed the ceremony of swearing-in the members. After tin's the members of the Assembly met for the purpose of electing a Speaker, cue choice.. failing on the member for loodyay (Mr. T. P. Quinlan). The House then adjourned till a quarter to three, when the formal opening of Parliament took place, the galleries being well filled with spectators. His Excellency the Gov ernor delivered the following speech: MB. PRESIDENT AND HONORABLE GENTLE MEN OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL J MR. SPEAKER AND GENTLEMEN OP THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. I hare pleasure in meeting tbe members of the sixth Parliament of West Australia. As mentioned in the speech with which the first session of the last Parliament opened, the state of parties in that Parlia ment apparently precluded the possibility of a s...
STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of news intended for publication in this column will be gladly welcomed.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 November 1905
STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of news intended for publication in this column will be gladly welcomed.] The Tasruanian racehorse Hatteras wat recently purchased by Mr. Frank Wit tenoom, of this State. The price paid was 300 guineas. The following are details of Wandagee clip tor 1905: Bams Wethers - Hoggets ... Ewes Lambs ... Total (in cluding lambs) Total (ex cluding lambs) 329 1325 6451 7796 5434 21338 15901 tn. c. q. lb. 1 15 2 16 5 15 2 26 25 15 2 14 30 9 3 17 6 15 2 13 70 12 2 2 63 16 3 17 o e % a JFK a o . P&lt; tfltf s © g &lt;3 c. q. lb. 3323 3 2 13 3 2 14 32 12 33 1 2£ bDM fS ? a 6® «8 A ©s lb oz 12 1 9 7 8 9 8 7 % 7 3 2 15 3 5 14 7 4 8 S The disasters which befell travelling stock in the ABhbnrton district a few weakts back will still be fresh in the minds of our readers. It will be remembered that the mortality was ascribed to the presence of a new species of poison plant, and that opinions differed concerning it, tfieG-o vern ment Botanist describing it ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 November 1905
SlJBSCBIPTIOariS (POSTAGE INCLUDED). One Year Six Months One Quarter .. £ s. d. ...15 0 ... 0 12 6 ...0 6 6 THE NORTHERN TIKES circulates amongst the pastoralists. miners, pearlers, and business people (if ike whole North, and therefore mill be ! found a Jlrgt-claxs medium J"or adver tisers. Hates for advertising on ap plication,.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 November 1905
SKIPPING. OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO. LIMITED, AND WEST AUSTRALIAN STEAM NAVIGATION CO. LIMITED. QUICKEST BOUTE TO LONDON via JAVA and SINGAPOBE. STEAMSHIPS. SULTAN. MINILYA. 2063 tons. 2744 tons. CAPT. P. Towklit. CAPT. E. Bichabdson PAROO. CHARON. 2665 tons. 2681 tons. CAPT. A. Mats. CAFT. I. Fortnightly Services. SOUTH. From Singapore. From. Carnarvon about PABOO, Nov. .16. December 3. SULTAN, Dec. 1 December 15 CHARON, Dec. 15 December 29 MINILYA, Dec. 29 January 13 PAEOO, Jan. 13,1906 January 27,1906 SULTAN, Jan. 28,1906 Feb. 11,1906 NORTH. From Fremantle. Carnarvon MINILYA, Dec. 1 December 4 PAEOO, Dec. 19. December 21 STJLTAN, Jan. 2,1906 Jan. 4,1906 CHAEON, Jan. 17 Jan. 20, 1906 These steamers, built especially for tlie trade, -are fitted witli 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 & CO...
SHIPPING. PORT OF CARNARVON. ABRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 November 1905
SHIPPING-. PORT OF CARNARVON. ABRIVALS. November 15.-Minilya, s.s., E. Richard son, master, from Singapore via ports. Passengers:-From Broome for Fremantle: Mr. and Mrs. Richards, Messrs. Hughes, Shotter, Thomas, Miller, Phelan, Parkin son, Lound, Hooper, Scott, Woods. From Port Hedlaud for Fremantle : Miss Hardie, Mr. and MusrHardie, and two children, Mrs. Crowe, Mrs. Wilson and two children, Messrs. Ayre and Ward. From Cossack for Carnarvon : Mr. Brown. From Cos sack for Geraldton : Mrs. Elliot and maid, Mrs. Anderson. From Cossack for Fre mantle: Mrs. English, Mrs. Fisher and child, Mrs. Flinders and child, Mrs. Mackay, child, and nurse, Miss Truslove, Mesdames Bassett, Smith, Anderson and Eldridge, Messrs. Williams, Wainwright, and' Eng lish. From Onslow for Carnarvon-: Messrs. Dobby, Smith, and Jones. November 16.-Charon, s.s., I. Bell, master, from Fremantle. Passengers : For Carnarvon: Messrs. Freny, Brace, Woodcock, Desmond. For Onslow : Messrs. Adcock, Croft, Middleton, 3J....