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STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of news intended for publication in this column will be gladly received.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 December 1905

STOCK AND STATION NEWS. of news intended for publication in this column will be gladly received.] M Wednesday's sales of colonial wool in London the following prices were realised for the undermentioned clips:-Bundara 9§d, Gascoyne 10£d., Coongoolo lid., Brockong Is., Black Head 12£d., Tuppall 12|d. The Melbourne office of Messrs. Dalgety & Co. report having offered 6,000 bales of wool at the Melbourne sales on Monday. There was a record attendance of buyers. Dyliobing station (Katanning) wool Bold splendidly, bringing ll£d. for fleeces and lOJd. for pieces. The sheep' shipped per the Paroo this week were a particularly fine lot. Those which Messrs. Dalgety & Co. sold on account of Mr. D. N. McLeod averaged par ticularly well. 1,364 ewes went slightly over 53 lbs., and 630 wethers averaged slightly over 60 lbs. (hot weight). Mr. Guy McLeod informs us that he found the bore water at Grierson's Tank a great convenience to the mob of sheep brought down to Carnarvon at t...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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BROOME NEWS. BROOME, November 27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 December 1905

BROOME NEWS. BROOME, November 27 On the 24th inst. at a special meeting of the Broome Municipal Council a hearty farewell was tendered to retiring Coun cillors Clarke, Hunter and Bodriquez. All tbe members of the council expressed their regret at these gentlemen retiring, and hoped the time would not be far diEtaut when they would again offer themselves for re-election. As the result of the Kim berley election the Mayor, Mr. Arthur Male, notified the council that he would retire from the civic chair. Complimen tary speeches were tendered to His Wor ship, wishing him every success in bis new undertaking. Mr. Male is leaving by tbe Paroo on the 28th inst. for Fremantle, and hopes to return about January, 1906. An extraordinary election will take place for auditors on December 11. Cr. Haste has been elected returning officer. The Government Auditor, Mr. Ash, was present at the meeting, and spoke touching on a few matters in general, one matter especially, viz., tbe late road board. Mr....

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PORT HEDLAND NEWS. PORT HEDLAND, November 29. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 December 1905

PORT HEDLA.ND NEWS POET HEDLAND, November 29. faring tbe past few weeks tbe port has been filled with visitors from the Gold' fields, and a large number from Wodgina (the new tin field). The latter place has uiade rapid progress daring the past feir months, the output of tantalite being' over 70 tons. One parcel of this ore recently shipped to London by Mai shall and party netted .£350 per ton. An analysis proved it to be the highest percentage known. Most of the tin claims are under option, though being -worked, and the output of same is being retained on the claims pend ing the forthcoming of investors. The lowest estimated percentage of this ore is 10 per cent. New alluvial and load deposits of tin have been discovered 20 miles east of Wod gina, near McPhee's surface, and are re ported to be very rich. There are over 200 men now on Wodgina, and the urgent necessity of a mail service is being actively petitioned for.

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ONSLOW NEWS. ONSLOW, November 30. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 December 1905

ONSLOW NEWS. ONSLOW, November 30. I Daring the night of Tuesday, 28th in6t., Rupino Imbriano, a Malay, was stabbed by one of his fellow countrymen, Oeup bin Allee, on board one of the luggers of the Western Pearling Co.'e fleet. He was at tacked during the night while asleep in his bunk. The wounded man was brought in on Thursday morning and taken to the bospital. He is in a very critical state, having been stabbed in six different places. The accused was taken charge of by the police, and is now in custody.

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SHARKS BAY NEWS. SHARKS BAY, December 2. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 December 1905

SHARKS BAT NEWS. SHAKES BAT, December 2. .] Mr. Samuel Millar, managing partner of Freeh Water Camp Station, Sharks Bay, died at half-past two this morning in bed. He had not previously been ill. He attracted attention a few minutes before his death by gargling sounds, but died shortly before the arrival of the doctor. His death is regretted by the entire community. He took a warm and personal interest in hie neighbours and employees, and powerfully contributed without seemingly knowing it to the prosperity and happiness of alt He was a model of predion in matters of business, and was always animated by a sense of justice and singular sympathy for his fellows.

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SHIPPING. PORT OF CARNARVON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 December 1905

SHIPPING. POET OF CARNARVON. ABRrVAiS. lJecemiier 2.-Paroo, 8.8., A. Mills | muter, from Singapore via ports. Pas- i sengers :-Prom Broome for Fremantle: l Dr. Saunders, J. S. Gaumelle, Mr. and Mrs. ] Carpio, J. Murdoch. From Fort Hedland For Geraldton: H. Warner, M. McEwan, J. Heffernan ; for Fremantle: Capt. Bell, J. Guinano. Miss Warnock, A. Elliott, F. T. Grogan, Mrs. Cavanagh, Mrs. Byaxs and three children, A. E. Gummow, T. Pitches, W. Eddy, K. Cox, J. Dineen. From Cos sack for Carnarron : H. C. McKenzie and 1 John Maher; for Geraldton: Miss With nell, J. Witbnell, Sister Mary Dabony; for Fremantle: Mes dames White, Tryle, MisseB Williams, Parr, Mannitter, Sisters Mary Joseph and Mary Magdalene, Messrs. F. W. Tees dale, G. W. Cox, Frank Dennis, ' T. Davis, F. Dunham, S. C. Piggott, £. H. i Turner, J. Pitches. From Onslow for I Carnarvon : Mr. Hill ; for Fremantle: I Messrs B. H. Tregestba, C. and K. Byers. December 4.-Minilya, e.s., E. Richard son master from Fremantle. Passeng...

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SPORTING NOTES. PERTH, December 4. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 December 1905

SPORTING NOTES. I PEBTH, December i. | ? - Cap Betting.-6 to 1 Nothoe, 7 to 1 Craroriteh, 8 to 1 Green Mountain and Fifeness, 10 to 1 Thor, 12 to 100 to 1 the others. December 5. Mr. S. F. Mackay has notified that Scot land is suffering from inflammation of the bowels and is to be scratched for all events at the New Years meeting. The Kanowna, which arrived at Fre mantle yesterday, had the following race horses on board: King o' Scots, Grand Rapids, Pius, Alsylre, Scorcher, Phaedra. B. Carslake, the jockey, also arrived by the Kanowna. The time recorded by Notbos in the freight for age event on Saturday is a record for the metropolis. Second payments in connection with the Cup and Railway Stakes are due on Monday. December 8. Yesterday's^ track work at headquarters wjss interesting./ S'ifenesB recorded "a fast .gallop over a mile and a half in 2 min. 45 sec. In consequence of this gallop he is now quoted at 7 to 1 for the Cup. Nothos is still favourite at 6's." Cabnabvon SPOJRTS.-In...

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The Northern Times. PASTORAL, MINING ADD PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1905. SOMNOLENCE IN THE TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 December 1905

The 0,aithtvtt PASTORAL, MIKING ADD PEABLING NEWS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1905. SOMNOLENCE IN THE TELEGRAPH . DEPARTMENT. A MATTER which calls for prompt atten tion on the part of the Post and Telegraph Department is the posting of shipping in formation at tbe Jocal post office. The present arrangements are a disgrace to those responsible for ttieni, and it is to be hoped that if tLe- authorities in Perth will not rectify matters the subject in question, together with others which affect the con venience of the public using the telegraph, may be referred to the Postmaster-General in Melbonrne. The latter disadvantages we can deal with at a later date; the former is of pressing importance, and should be rectified at once. Repeatedly boats arrive or leave coastal ports and no information is conveyed to the local office; at all events it certainly is not posted up for the public benefit. To set this matter right should surely not require much de liberation on the part of the telegraph a...

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WEIGHTS FOE PERTH CUP AND RAILWAY STAKES. SCRATCHING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 December 1905

WEIGHTS FOE PERTH CUP AND RAILWAY STAKES. SCRATCHING^. Perth Cap. - Equality, Rowley, Hat terasj Gnnstock, Bullion, Bewibcher, Merry Sailor, Meteorite. : Railway Stakes.-Equality, Rowley, Man o' War, The King, Gunstock, Lady Agnes, Bewitcher, Batbaroesa.

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SPORTING. W.A.T.C. MEETING. PERTH, December 4. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 December 1905

SPORTING. : * : W.A.T.C. MEETING. PBETH, December 4. I The West Australian Turf Club'e meet ing held on Saturday was a great success. Oat of 110 horses nominated for the various evente only 8 wen withdrawn. Benilts: Cornwall Hurdles. - Exploit 1, Coro mandel 2, Williambury 3. York Handicap.--Thor .1, Darbar 2, Mando'3. Nursery Handicap.-Crossbar 1, Severity 2, Bosie 3. December Stakes, 1{ miles.-Kothos 1, Fifeness 2, Fiata 3. Won easily. Time, 2 min. 10 2-5th sec. Betting.-3 to 1 the winner. Marlborongh Handicap.-Milner 1, John See 2, Troubridge 3. Flying Handicap.-La Simmer 1, The Persian 2, Betsy Burke 3. ; . #

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A UNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT. BY NATIVE AND HALF-CASTE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 December 1905

A UNIQUE ENTERTAIN MENT. BY NATIVE AND HALF-CASTE CHILDREN. The Jubilee Hall was crowded on Tues day evening with ail appreciative audience, many of whom could only obtain standing room, the occasion being an entertainment given by the native and half-caste children of Minilya station. The Mayor (Mr. Geo. Baston) in opening the entertainment, stated the native question was too big a subject for him to dilate on then or attempt to solve. They were now, however, to bd given an exhi bition of what systematic education would do for native children, as evidenced by the success which had attended Mrs. McLeod'e efforts. On the cnrtain being rnng up 23 children varying from.infants to 14 years, were seen ranged on the stage. The girls were attired in neat costumes of Irish glass cloth, with red and blue sashes, handkerchiefs tied round their heads giving them a quaint appearance, reminiscent of plantation Dinahs. The boys for the most part wore white coats, but two diminutive youngsters len...

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STATE POLITICS. PERTH, December 5. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 December 1905

STATE POLITICS. PERTH, December 5. The question has been raised ia certain quarters as to whether the recent Parliamentary elections were not illegally conducted owing to the fact that the rolls upon which the elections were held were not prepared according to proclamation as provided in Clause 27 of the Electoral Act. The Premier, when questioned on the subject, remarked there was nothing whatever in the point raised. New rolls were prepared only after a re distribution of seats or an alteration of the Constitution. December 7. The greater part of the long sitting of tbe Assembly on Tuesday was devoted to consideration in committee of the Government's measure, the Wines, Beer, and Spirits Sale Act Amendment Bill. At the instance of the Premier the fees for a pelican's general license, provided for in Clause 2, was excised and the following pro vision inserted instead : For any house or premises situated within a munici pality, if the annual value of the house or premises does not e...

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NOR'-WEST PROGRESS LEAGUE. ROEBOURNE, November 29. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 December 1905

NOR'-WEST PROGRESS LEAGUE. BOEBOTTRNE, November 29. A. public meeting in connection with the Nor'-West Progress League was held in Victoria Hall, Roebourne, on Wednesday evening, November 29. The president (Mr. Thoe. Porter) was in the chair, and the meeting was attended by an influential and representative body of Northern electors-the pearling indus try being largely represented. The president in opening the meeting said that it was called for the purpose of placing before the Government prior to their framing the estimates the require ments of the district in the hopes that the necessary monies would be included there in. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and adopted. POINT SAMPSON AND THAMWAT CONNEC . TtOH. Mr. Piggot, in explaining his attitude towards this work whilst in Parliament, said when the matter waa first introduced be had an opportunity of inspecting the various plans' and estimates of the situa tion and cost. The lowest estimate pro Tided was £1,750,000, ...

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GENERAL ITEMS. Perth, December 4. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 December 1905

GENERAL ITEMS. Perth, December 4. | An old man named Samnel Gongh committed suicide iu an extraordinary manner at Kalgoorlie by cutting his abdomen open with a table knife. The deceased, who had been living for some time with his wife and family at -Kalgoorlie, was found by his brother-in the dining room on his hands and knees ^pith his abdomen frightfully gashed. He died soon after. Speaking on Friday night at a ban quet at North Freman tie in celebration of the Eureka Stockade, episode, the leader of the Opposition (Mr. Bath) said he considered the present Govern ment could only be called reactionary in the extreme. The old system of three parties was much to be pre ferred to the present one, where it was found that men whose views were as far apart as the Poles were sitting on one side of the Honse supporting the Government. Owing to the water supply in the eastern and northern districts of the State being probably scarce during next summer, the Government intend undertaking exte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 December 1905

, - Subscriptions (POSTAGE INCLUDED), l -- £ s. d. One Year 15 0 SixMonfchs ... ... ... 0 12 6 One Quarter 0 6 6 To ADTEBTISEBS. THK NORTHERN ' TEMES circulate* S amongst the pastoralisti, thinci'S. ? ? pearlers, and busines* ; people . of TT*V' whole North, and therefore will be found a jirst-class medium for adver-. tisersRates for advertising on ap plication.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 December 1905

SHIPPING. OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO. LIMITED, WEST AUSTRALIAN STEAM NAVIGATION GO. LIMITED. QUICKEST ROUTE TO LONDON via JAVA and SINGAPORE. STEAMSHIPS. SULTAN. MINILYA. _ __ 2063 tons. 2744 tons. FLITT. P. TOWNLKY. CAPT. E. RICHARDSON PAROO. CHARON. 2665 tons. 2681 tons. CAPT. A. MILLS. CAPT. I. BELL. Fortnightly Services. SOUTH. From. Singapore. From Carnarvon about SULTAN, Dec. 1 December 17 CHARON, Dec. 15 December 29 MINILYA, Dec. 29 January 13 PAROO, Jan. 13,1906 January 27,1906 SULTAN, Jan. 28,1906 Feb. 11,1906 NORTH. From. Fremantle. Carnarvon. MINILYA, Dec. 1 December 4 PAROO, Dec. 19. December 21 SULTAN, Jan. 2,1906 Jan. 4,1906 CHARON, Jan. 17 Jan. 20, 1906 These steamers, built especially for tlie trade, are fitted with, every modern appliance for the comfort of passengers. 1AVA--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 FREMAN...

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THE BROOME MURDER. PERTH, December 5. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 December 1905

THE BROOME MURDER. Pebth, December 5. The three men, Hagen, Marqnez, and Espada, .who are under sentence of death for the murder of Mark Lieb glid, are giving the prison authorities little trouble. Mr. Roe, the police magistrate of Perth, visited the gaol yesterday at the request of the con demned man Marqnez. He had a long conference in the Malay language with both Marqnez and Espada. Years ago when in Roebonrne Mr. Roe was acquainted with Marqnez, who was fairly successful at that time in some business venture. Mr. Roe was with the condemned men for two hours. Although the men spoke freely they made no qualification of the evi dence they gave at the trial that each of the accused had been guilty of the murder, and both were equally em phatic in their assertion that Hagen participated in the crime.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 December 1905

HALF-YEARLY BALANCE-SHEET OF THE COSSACK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, ending 31st October, 1905. 1905, Db. Mjij 1.- £ b. d. To Balance at bank 41 14 6 " Cash in band 5 6 3 " Bates, general... 26 8 1 " Sanitary fees 34 6 0 " Commonage fees 11 19 9 " Cart and carriage fees ... 1 15 0 " Dog fees ... ... ... 1 7 6 " Wood fees 10 0 " Subsidy general rates, 1904 ... 12 11 9 " Subsidy " " 1905 ... 65 18 4 " Roebourne Municipal Council 16 10 7 " Rubbish 2 7 1 " Sale of pans 15 0 " Police court fines 1 10 0 ^223 19 9 1905, Cr. October 31 By Labour " Salary " Postage and telegrams ... 1 6 " Sundry accounts 51 1 " Fodder... 10 5 " Freight ... ... ... 6 9 " Auditors' fees... ... ... 4 4 " Sub. to Association ... ... 5 5 '"Court expenses 2 9 " Bank cheques, <fcc. ... ... 0 13 " Balance at Bank ... ... 12 12 J. F. WILLIAMSONS GEO. HEYWABD j Auditors. AUBREY BALL, Mayor, Sacred Concert. ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON NEXT, at 4 o'clock, a SACRED CONCERT will be held iu the JUBILEE BALL in aid of the Church ...

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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 December 1905

NEW ZEALAND, . AUCKLAND, December 7. j The general elections held yesterday resulted in sbme sweeping victories for the Government. The Opposition was reduced to ten members. ' The leader of the new . Liberal Party was defeated. Mr. Yale, a late member of the Opposition and a candidate for Manawata, dropped dead daring the day.

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INTER-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, December 3. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 December 1905

INTER-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. STDNET, December 3. j A fire which destroyed several buildings occurred at Toree on Friday I night. It broke ont in Donnelly Bros.' bait store, a two-story weather- j board building. In a very short time the premises were gutted and the fire spread to Thompson's Beehive store, which with the Royal Hotel was speedily demolished. Fonr or five other buildings shared the Fame fate. Little was saved out of any of the shops. _ To. stop the progress of the fire one building was pulled down. The insurances total £6,300. In an actiou on Saturday in which Fanny Collings sought a judicial separation from her husband, the plaintiff told a pitiful tale of cruelty. The parties- were married in 1886, the plaintiff being 17 years of age and the respondent 45. Respondent exhibited great jealousy from the outset and repeatedly struck the plaintiff. Several times he threatened to smash her face to a pulp, and on one occasion he seized her by the hair and dragged her ...

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