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AUSTRALIANS v. KENT. LONDON, AUGUST 27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

AUSTRALIANS v. KENT. LONDON, AUGUST 27. The retura match against Kent was concluded yesterday, and resulted in an easy win for the Australians. Scores : AuSTEAJJIA. First innings. Hopkins ... ... 11 Trumper ... ... ... ... 59 Hill 21 Noble ... .... ... ... 70 Armstrong 5 Darling 114 ?tehrs 0 McLeod ... ... ... ... 76 Kelly 12 Cotter 14 Howell, not out 9 Sundries 12 Total 403 Bowling.-Fairservice 1 for 30, Blytbe 3 for 73, Mason 4 for 101, Humphries 1 for 60, Hearne 1 for 27. KENT. First innings. Hearne 4 Dillon 21 Seymour ... 5 Mason 1 Day 0 Day 5 Humphreys 11 Marsham 17 Huish, not out 23 Fairservice 2 Blythe ... 4 Sundries ... 23 Total ...,116 Bowling.-Cotter 7 for 58. McLeod 3 for 31. Second innings. Dillon ... 21 Hearne ... ... 56 Seymour 9 Day ... , 16 Mason 38 Day 28 Humphreys 21 Marsham, run out 7 Huish ... ... ... ... 14 Fairservice 5 Blythe, not out 1 Sundries 36 Total 252 Bowling.-Cotter 5 for 124, McLeod 3 for 52, Noble 1 for 7.

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INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. AUSTRALIA v. LANCASHIRE. LONDON, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. ? AUSTRALIA v. LANCASHIRE. LONDON, August 23. The return match, Australia v. Lan cashire, played at Liverpool, was concluded yesterday. Scores: AUSTRALIA. First innings. Trumper 89 Hopkins 8 Hill ... 84 Noble 0 Armstrong ... ... ... ... 2 Darling, not out 61 Gehrs ... ... 11 Cotter 0 Kelly ... * O Laver 34 Howell 7 Sundries 17 . Total 313 Bowling.-Heap 1 for 48, Cook 5 for 103, Sharpe 3 for 40, Cnttell 1 for 59, LANCASHIRE, First innings Spooner Garnett Tyldesley ... Sharpe Hallows Harry Cooke Cuttell Heap, not out Findlay Roland Sundries ... ... 18 ... 25 ... 12 ... 7 ... 25 ... 4 ... 4 ... 5 ... 3 ... 2 ... 0 ... 9 Total 114 Bowling.-Armstrong 6 for 32, lioble for 16, Larer 2 for 12. Second innings. G&rnett 26 Spooner ... ... ... ... 22 Tyldesley 5 Sharpe 12 Hallows I Harry 25 Cooke 16 Cuttell ... ... ... ... 10 Heap 1 Findlay 1 Rowland, not out ... ... ... 1 Sundries 12 Total 132 Bowling.-Armstrong 6 for 60, Laver 4 for 39.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

SHIPPING. OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO. LIMITED, AND WEST AUSTRALIAN STEAM NAVIGATION CO. I. LIMITED. QUICKEST ROUTE TO LONDON via JAVA and SINGAPOBE. Steahsoips. SULTAN. MINILYA. - 2063 tons. 2744 tons. CAP*. P. Townlits-. CAPT. E. RICHARDSON PAROO. CHARON. 2665 tons. 2681 tons. CAPT. A. MILLS. CAPT. I. BELL. Fortnightly Services. SOUTH. From Singapore. From Carnarvon about CHARON, August 19. September 4. MINIL1A, Sept. 3. *' 19. PAROO, " 18. October 4. SULTAN, October 2. " 18. CHABON, " 17 " 31. ISTORTII. From Fremantle. Carnarvon. SULTAN, Sept. 6. September 9. CHAEON, " 21. " 24. MINILYA, Oct. 5. October 8. PAROO, Oct. 20. October 22. These steamers, built especially for the trade, are fitted with every modern appliance for the 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...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

{FOBTAGB INCLUDED) . £ E. ? D. One Tear 1 5 0 Six Months ... 0 12 6 One Quarter 0 6 6 - TO A THE NOBIHERN TIKES circulate* amongst the pasloralists, miners, pearlers, and business people of the whole Horth, and therefore tciU be found, a first-class medium for adver tisers. Mates for advertising on ap plication.

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THE CAMEL QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

THE CAMEL "QUESTION. .THE. local town council lias for some time past had midei^consideration the question of allowing camels tree access to the town. Here, as elsewhei-e, it was found" that horses had a great antipathy to the more cumbersome beasts of burden, and the risk of serious accidents occurring owing to the equine animal taking fright on the approach of a, camel train induced the civic authorities, to pass a by-law prohibiting camels from crossing the , common. This necessitates their loading and discharging freight a few miles from town, and the people interested in maintaining communica tion with the interior bj camels view the restriction imposed as an injustice of such magnitude that a threat of diverted trade from Carnarvon has been advanced. The matter was again brought up at' the local council meeting last Tuesday,! when, after considerable discussion, it was decided to hold a referendum of ratepayers on the subject, the voting papers to be returnable by the end of t...

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The Northern Times. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1905. THE POLITICAL SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

The Jtorifymt ®tttusJ PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1905. THE POLITICAL SITUATION. THE announcement made in our last issue that the first Labour Ministry in West Australia had handed in its l'esignation of office was not unex pected. For some months past there have been dissensions in the ranks of Labour members, and these have lately become so acute that no other course remained open to Mr. Daglish than the one he adopted. When the Labour Ministry assumed office in August last year the opinion was freely expressed by the more con servative portion of the community that a period of depression would follow as a natural corollary. The depression, at least in the capital and the larger towns, has occurred ; but it would hardly be just to lay the blame on the shoulders of the Ministry which has just retired. On the contrary, the moderation which has characterised the legislation in troduced by Mr. Daglish leads one to the conclusion that after all the Labour...

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STATE POLITICS. PARLIAMENT ADJOURNED FOR FIVE WEEKS. PERTH, AUGUST 28. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

STATE POLITICS. PARLIAMENT ADJOURNED FOR FIVE WEEKS. PERTH, AUGUST 28. It was stated last week that Mr. Moss had been appointed Attorney. General in the Rason Ministry. Such is not the case, as Mr. Moss is'only an honorary Minister and will superin tend the work of the Crown Law Department. No Attorney-General has been appointed, and Mr. Rason takes the position of Minister for Justice together with the offices of Premier and Treasurer. At a meeting of the Political Labour Party in Perth on Friday night it was decided to oppose Messrs. Rason, Kings mill and Gregory at the forth coming Ministerial election. At the meeting of the Executive Gouncil on Friday the Governor announced his acceptance of the resignation of Mr. Daglish and his late colleagues and the appointment of the Rason Ministry. A message left by Mr. Daglish for Mr. Rason is probably the key note to the present political situation. It was as follows " In the midst of Ministerial life we are in death." The message was wr...

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RUSSIA'S INTERNAL TROUBLES. LONDON, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

RUSSIA'S INTERNAL TROUBLES. LONDON, August 26. The Russian censor would not per mit the publication by the newspapers of the resolutions recently passed by the Municipality cf Moscow in con demnation of the Duma. French advices from Moscow state that twenty-one officers who met to discuss the new constitution have been arrested. A report was submitted yesterday to the Grand Duke Vladimir by the Zemstvos' Convention declaring that the Czar's Duma scheme will not ful fil any of the Zemstvos' desires. The Convention carried a resolution the terms of which are practically identi cal with that adopted by the Moscow Municipality. In 26 communes of the Baltic pro vince of Courland the rioters have wrecked the Government buildings and burnt the lists of conscripts which had been prepared for mobilisation. Large farmstead fires are frequent, and the damage is already estimated at a million of roubles (about £160,000). The majority of land owners have fled for refuge to Germany and Sweden. Au...

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FIRE IN PERTH. PERTH, September 1. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

FIRE IN PERTH. PERTH, September 1. | Last niglit an alarm of fire was re ceived at the central station, no fewer than three street alarms being broken. It was found that the fire was in pre mises occupied by Berryman & Co., boot manufacturers and salesmen, carrying on business in Murray-street. When the firemen arrived on the scene the flames had obtained a good hold, but a splendid pressure of water being obtainable, the ontbreak was quickly mastered. The fire originated in the manufacturing portion of the premises. The damage done amounted to be tween £300 and £400, and this is covered by insurance. An examina tion of the building and stock revealed that the premises had been burglar iously entered and a quantity of boots stolen. While on duty in Hay-street before the fire was observed, Constable Harris noticed two men carrying a bag emerge from the right of way. Their actions appeared suspicious, and he called upon them to stop. The men immediately dropped the bag and mad...

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THE ANGLO-JAPANESE ALLIANCE. LONDON, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

THE ANGLO-JAPANESE ALLIANCE. LONDON, August 30. All the preliminaries for the re newal of the Anglo-Japanese alliance have been satisfactorily arranged. The Daily MaH states that the new treaty has been actually signed.

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N.S.W. LAND SCANDALS. SYDNEY, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

NJ3.W. LAND SCANDALS. -» Stokey, August 29. Mr. Haynes, the registered pro prietor of the Nemletter, was arrested yesterday for the non-payment of a fine of £50 for contempt of court in respect of certain articles and cartoon published in connection with the Willis case. It is understood that Haynes objects to the payment of the fine on a matter of principle. Extradition proceedings still con tinue in connection with the charges of false pretences against Willis. Yesterday two more charges were preferred against Willis, making in all eight charges for the accused to answer. August 30. Evidence tendered before the Land Commission yesterday showed that some extraordinary land transactions had taken place in the past in New South Wales. Damaging allegations were made against. Willis. Proceedings in connection with the extradition of Willis on a charge of uttering a fictitious signature purport ing to be that of John Bernhardt was concluded yesterday. The depositions are to be forwarded...

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ASSAULT CASE AT FREMANTLE PERTH, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

I ASSAULT CASE AT FREMANTLE ! PEBTH, August 28. | On Saturday evening at Fremantle a rather serious assault occurred on board the Nor'-West cattle steamer Moonta, the result of which was that a cattle man named D. Sheehan re ceived a wound necessitating his removal to the Fremantle Hospital, It is stated that Sheehan had words with another cattleman named Sinclair on board the vessel and that the latter knocked Sheehan down with a sharp instrument, inflicting wounds reach ing from the forehead to the chin. A warrant has been issued for Sinclair's arrest.

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THE PEACE CONFERENCE. LONDON, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

THE PEACE CONFERENCE. LONDON, August 26. BeyO&d stating that the proposal to. divide Saghalien came originally from the Russians, the Japanese peace envoys refuse to discuss Russian statements. Renter's correspondent at Ports mouth states that Mr. Meyer, the American ambassador at St. Peters burg had a long interview with the Czar on Wednesday in pursuance of President Roosevelt's detailed instruc tions. After the result of the audience 'had been reported to him at con siderable length. President Roosevelt made an urgent appeal to both parties to the Peace Conference to refer the price to be paid by Russia for the re tention of half the island of Sagbalien to special commissioners. Count Lamsdorif has authorised Renter's correspondent at St. Peters burg to declare officially that Russia will pay Japan no contribution, by w,ay of, i^deimrity either i directly or indirectly and will make no concession whatever.. The ' Japanese plenipotentiaries ! affirm that the suggested Sagh...

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Cablegrams. RUSSIA AND JAPAN LONDON, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

Cablegrams. : ' ?- -» " 1 BU88IA AND JAPAN. LONDON, August 26. A report from Irkutsk states that in consequence of the breaking of a coupling a military train was wrecked on the trans-Siberiau railway and 32 soldiers were killed and 48 injured. An appalling shipping disaster is reported from Japan. A Japanese transport with troops aboard from the front collided with a British steamer in the Inland Sea of Japan and sank in three minutes. One hundred and twenty - seven troops were drowned. August 27. It is stated in St. Petersburg that all-Admiral Neboga toff's officers are to be cashiered for surrendering their ships to the Japanese. Nebogatoff pleads that the surrender was neces sary, and that it saved 2,000 lives. August 29. Admiral Kataoka reports that the Japanese squadron captured the Rus sian gunboat Portagan and seized the British ship Antelope near Saghalien. He . further reports that the Kam schatka squadron seized the Russian transport Montcara and that a Japanese squadron ...

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THE TERMS OF THE PEACE. ALL IN FAVOUR OF THE RUSSIANS. GENERAL REJOICINGS. LONDON, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

THE TERMS OF THE PEACE. ALL IN FAVOUR OF THE RUS SIANS. GENERAL REJOICINGS. LONDON, AAGNST30. The Peace Conference at Ports mouth yesterday arrived at complete agreement on all questions at issue, and the plenipotentiaries decided to prepare a treaty. The announcement that peace had been arranged was received with great jubilation in. all directions, and joy bells were rung in many of the churches. M. de Witte and Baron Kx> mura telegraphed their respective Governments recommending the dec laration of an armistice pending the signature and ratification of the for mal treaty of peace. Baron Komura notified President Roosevelt of the peaceful issue of the conference. Mr. Roosevelt in reply telegraphed thanks and congratula tions to the plenipotentiaries of both countries. Sir Mortimer Durand, the British ambassador at Washington, stated he was exceedingly glad to hear the news, and added that the belligerents and the world in general owe a vast debt of gratitude to Mr. Roosevelt. T...

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PEACE DECLARED. AN OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT LONDON, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

PEACE DECLARED. AN OFFICIAL AlfNOTJNCEMENT. LONDON, Angust 30. It is officially announced that peace has been declared.

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TRANS-AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY. MELBOURNE, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

TRANS-AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY. MELBOURNE, Ancmst 31. The West Australian members of the Federal Parliament met yesterday to consider "what steps should be taken, with regard to the TranB-Australian Railway Bill, which was shelved last week. A long discussion took filaee, but no decision was come to. Another meeting will be held at an early date.

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SOUTHERN NEWS. FATAL MINING ACCIDENT LAKE VIEW CONSOLS. PERTH, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

SOUTHERN NEWS. FATAL MINING ACCIDENT LAKE VIEW CONSOLS. PERTH, August 29. j News of a terrible mining tragedy comes from the Lake View Consols mine, Kalgoorlie. It appears that two men named Devon and Maher went below at the usual hour on Saturday to work in one of the drives. They are known to have made arrangements to pnt in a shot, bat what happened after they bad lit the fnse will never be learned from their lips. The men were at work in the 1,800 ft. level, and as nothing more was heard of them the platman was ordered to go below and find oat if they were all right. He had not pro ceeded far into the level when he realised that something- in the shape of a,premature explosion had occurred, for the drive was fall of smoke, and no sound of the men was heard. The platman thereupon made a detailed search, and after a while stumbled across the bodies of the two men. They were quite dead and had been horribly mangled and knocked about by the force of the explosion. It was apparent to...

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STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of news intended for publication in this column will be gladly welcomed.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of news intended for publication in tliis column will be gladly welcomed.] Messrs. Boston & Co inform us that they will be shipping 4,000 sheep by the s.s. Dilkera, due here on the 16th inst., on ac count of the following owners: Messrs. Musk, Twitchin, Campbell and Matheson. By the s.s. Moonta due on or about the 30th of the present month they, will ship 200 bullocks from Williambury, 100 bul- i locks from Wooramel, and 3,000 wethers from Brick Honse. The shearing at Minilya station has been most satisfactory, the clip being a heavy one. All the stock are in excellent con dition. For the period commencing January 1 and ending July 31 of this year no less : than 31,016 sheep were shipped off the Carnarvon jetty. During the same period ! the exports of wool amounted to 461 bales, : and other exports included 20 bullocks, 13 horses, 153 goats, 54 bales of sheep skins, | 18 bales kangaroo skins, 6 bags of ore, and sundries. The imports during the ...

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, August 27. The residents of Wellington have chartered a schooner and engaged a diver from Thursday Island with a view to recovering treasure estimated ai between £17,000 and £18,000 which went down with the steamer Elingamite at the Three Kings Islands.

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