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THE NEW MINISTRY. LONDON, December 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 December 1905

THE NEW MINISTRY. LONDON, December 11. Sir H. Uampbell-hJannerman yes terday submitted to the King the names of the following gentleman whom he had selected to form His Majesty's Ministry : Prime Minister and First Lord bf the Treasury: Sir Henry Campbell Bannerman. Lord Chancellor: Sir Robert fieid. Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs : Sir Edward Grey. Chancellor of the Exchequer: Mi*. H. H. Asquith. Secretary of State for India: Mr. John Morley. Secretary of State for War: Mr. R. B. Haldane. Secretary of State for the Colonies : Lord Elgin. First Lord of the Admiralty : Lord | Tweedmonth. j Secretary of State for Home Af fairs : Mr. Herbert Gladstone. I President of. the Council: Earl Crewe. i Lord Privy Seal: Marquis of Ripon. | Secretary for Scotland: Mr. John Sinclair. I President of the Board of Trade: ' Mr. D. Lloyd George. | President of the Local Government I Board: Mr. John Barns. President of the Board of Agri culture : Earl Carrington. President of the Board of Educa...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING NOTES. PERTH, December 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 December 1905

SPORTING NOTES. PERTH. December 11. Two racehorses well known on the local turf, St. George and Mauser, dropped dead last week. In consequence of his win on Saturday Green Mountain now rtdes equal favourite with Nothos, both being quoted at 6 to 1. Fifenese, Mando and Czarorxtch are quoted at 8 to 1. A cable from London, dated December 12, states that the Bong's famous Derby winner " Diamond Jubilee " has been sold to the Argentine Government for £30,000. December 15. Cap Betting.-6 to 1 Nothos, 7 to 1 Czarovitch, 8 to 1 Fifenesa, 10 to 1 Green Mountain and Posbuiu, 12 to 1 War Chief, 16 to 1 to 100 to 1 the others. There is very little betting on the Bail way Stakes, for which Golden Lily is the nominal favourite. Betsy Bnrke is a strong favourite for the Derby at even money. In addition to the statutory Christ mas holidays Wednesday, December 27, and Tnesday, January 2, hare been declared bank holidays throughout the State.

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WITHDRAWALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 December 1905

WITHDRAWALS. Perth Cap.-Fighting Mac, Croydon, Sal* tillo, Wax Wings, John See, Lord Strath more, AlBjke, Dan gar, Fortst Charm, Floral, Breakaway, Chambary. Railway Stakes.-Chanter, Fighting Mac, Display, Croydon, Saltillo, Lord Strath more, Al*yk», Dangar, Daylight, Lilliput, Smith, Bivalve, Fides, Wheelarra, Master Hova, Loredano, Mando, Breakaway, Dono Tan, Bronze..

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HEAT WAVE IN VICTORIA DISTRICT AND BUSH FIRES. PERTH. December 13. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 December 1905

HEAT WAVE IN VICTORIA DIS TRICT AND BUSH FtRES. PERTH. December 13. A heat wave swept over the Vic toria District on Monday, and was severely felt. The shade temperature at Geraldton was 108 degrees. To wards evening a thunderstorm threatened from north, but only a few drops of rain fell. Bash fires at Dongarra destroyed 20 acres wheat and stack of hay valued at £200 on Morrell's farm and five acres wheat on Stokes Bros.' farm. A. bash fire also started on the Back Flats and raged all day. It seemed one time as if it woald sweep the whole district, bat the strenaoas exertions of the whole population and a fortunate change of wind saved the situation. There has been a considerable loss of haystacks, standing grain, and sheep feed. The chief sufferers were Messrs. Morrell, Stokes, and Connelly.

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THE BUDGET SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 December 1905

THE BUDGET SPEECH. The Colonial Treasurer (Mr. Rason) spoke for two and a half hours on Tuesday in the Legislative Assembly in the delivery of his Budget Speech. He had a large audience, members^* attending in strong force, while the public galleries were well filled. The head of the Government, speaking from voluminous notes, gave a pleas ing retrospect of the remarkable growth of the State and its industries. The revenue for the year 1905-6 he estimates at £3,634,887 and expendi ture at £3,721,217, and taking into account the deficit with which the year commenced anticipates a deficit at the end of June next of £132,851. The actual indebtedness on loan works he explained was between 16 and 17 millions sterling, and out of a total of £16,506,000 spent out of loans £16,166,000 had been expended on reproductive works. Amongst the loan proposals promised, and which will be shortly submitted to the House are the construction of Eome light agricultural railway lines, and necessary works...

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ACCIDENTS. PERTH, December 12. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 December 1905

ACCIDENTS. PEBTH, December 12. j On Friday evening a fatal accident occurred on the South-Western Tim ber Hewers' Concession, Collie. Ralph Gruirepal was carting sleepers from the bash to the hewers' railway siding, and as he had not returned to the camp in the evening his brother went in search of him, and found him dead alongside the dray load of sleepers. There was a wound on his chest, which seemed to indicate that the deceased must have been jambed between the dray and a tree. While a man named Byhane was driving a water cart along St. George's Terrace on Saturday night he fell from the seat to the ground, and had four of his ribs broken. December 13. A mining fatality occurred yester day on the surface of the Associated mine. Several men were working in. the vicinity of the tailings dump, when a fall of earth took place and one of them, a man named Jones, was killed and another, Angus Rentoul, was extricated half suffocated. His condition is critical.

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STATE POLITICS. PERTH. December 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 December 1905

STATE POLITICS. PERTH. December 15. In the Assembly on Wednesday Proposals dealing with a variety o£ Subjects were made. Mr. Holman Kecared the first reading of a Bill to amend the Factories Act. At the instance of Mr. Walker the unem ployed question was ventilated in a motion that the session shonld not close without provision being made to provide for this unfortunate class of the community. After a debate the motion was withdrawn. The second reading of the Eight Honrs Bill was moved by Mr. A. J. Wilson and the debate adjourned. The Secret Commissions Bill was read a third time. An interesting debate ensued on the Aborigines Bill, and the second reading was ultimately agreed to. The Premier has given notice of an * amendment in connection with this measure, viz., to insert the following clause: " The Colonial Treasurer shall every year place at the disposal of the department out of the consolidated revenue fund a sum of £10,000, and such further money as may be pro vided by Parlia...

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STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 December 1905

STOCK AND STATION NEWS. Mr. J. Waldeck returned a few days ago from his trip to the Ashburton, where he went to take delivery of the 2,500 wethers which Messrs. Snook & Waldeck have purchased from Messrs. Cameron and Clark and from Mr. J. McCarthy. The country at the latter's Uaroo station was looking well, there bsing plenty of feed and all stock were fat. Messrs. Cameron and Clark's Wogoola station had not fared so well and the stock show evidence of a dry season. Mr. W. Woolhouse is droving the sheep to Wooramel station. Asked if he had any difficulty in pass ing through the country on the Ash barton where the recent losses of stock occurred, Mr. Waldeck replied in the negative, and stated he did not see any evidences of poison plant. He was not mistaken in the locality, for he saw the remains of th« stock which were lost there. He holds that the theory ad vanced by Mr. Woolhouse, viz., that the 6tock died from inflammation not from poison, is the correct one. Mr. W. E. F...

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GENERAL ITEMS. PERTH, December 11, [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 December 1905

GENERAL ITEMS. PERTH, December 11, j The value of the goods exported from West Australia during November constitutes a record for the year, the value, according to the Customs De partment's statistics, being £920,001, as against £789,886 for the month of October and £844,358 for last August. Wool shipments were mainly res ponsible for the big increase, the -wool exported being valued at £168,972. There was also an increase in the value of the gold exported, which reached a total of £688,933. December 12. A Brown Hill resident, Ida Bain bridge, was fined £30, in default three months hard labour, at the Boulder Police Court on Saturday on a charge of sly grog selling. December 13. In refusing an application for a publican's general license at Boulder City on Monday, tbe chaifman of the licensing court 6aid the bench con sidered no more licenses were neces sary in Kalgoorlie and Boulder City. December 14. During the week the weather has been rather oppressive. On Monday the shade tempe...

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GAOL ESCAPEES. PERTH, December 4. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 December 1905

GAOL ESCAPEES. PEHTH, December 4. j Three prisoners, McCarthy, Slee, and Cavanagh, escaped from Rottnest prison during Friday. They left the island in a dingy, which was picked up on the North Beach on Saturday morning. Althongh a large number of police patrolled the beach for miles no trace of the prisoners was dis covered. Late on Saturday night McCarthy was arrested in James-street, Perth. The prisoner, who was leisurely strolling along the street when appre hended, made no resistance, and walked quietly to the Roe-street lock-up. Higgins, who broke gaol at Fre mantle last week, is still at large. December 5. The prisoner McCarthy, who was recaptured on Saturday after making his escape from Rottnest, was con veyed to Fremantle gaol yesterday. It is stated there will be no official enquiry into the affair until the other two prisoners are recaptured. [ December 11. The prisoners Slee and Cavanagh, who escaped from Rottnest, are still at large. Late on Friday the Fre mantle police ...

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CARNARVON HEALTH BOARD. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 16 December 1905

CARNARVON HEALTH' BOARD. SPECIAL MEETING. A special meeting of the above board was held on Tuesday afternoon, there being present: The Mayor (Mr. G. Baston), Crs. Lefroy, Angelo, and Atkinson. Dr. Hiekinbotham (med ical officer of health) was also present. Cr. Mansfield sent an apology lor his non-attendance. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. The Mayor stated the meeting had been called for the specific purpose of dealing -with the outbreak of typhoid fever which had taken place in Carnarvon. Dr. Hiekinbotham. was in attendance and would give the board advice concerning the outbreak and the bearing of the water supply on the subject. The meeting would also have to consider the tenders re ceived for the work in connection with the proposed lids for the tanks at Yankee Town and the painting of the tanks. Cr. Angelo said he would like to hear the doctor's opinion on the out break, Also if he could tell from an examination of the water whether the typhoid ger...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

Xew Year's Kigfht Grand Social and Dance IN JUBILEE HAIL. Refresh oients provided, Mrs. Butler, Pianist. R. H. Bntler, M.C. THE MAIL CUTTER " DORRE " Under contract with the Federal Govern ment for the carriage of the Wooramel and Flint Clift 'mails. Will sail at regular intervals for Dorre Island, Sharks Bay, Wooramel and Hamelin Pool. For particulars re dates of sailing, etci, apply PEARSON & NASH, Carnarvon. A. O. HOLST, Dental Surgeon (Late C. H. Garratt), GERALDTON. Artlfical Teeth on the latest and most op-* to-date principles. Crown, Bridge or Pivoted Teeth. Painless Extractions by Laughing Gas, Eucaine, or by the new Japanese an* aesthetic " Eytheloid. Children's Teeth Regulated.

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SPORTING NOTES. PERTH, December 21. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

SPORTING NOTES. PERTH, December 21. At headquarters yesterday some good gallops were put np by Cup and Railway St&keB candidates. The Snail, Fifeness, Czarovitch, Grand Eapide, and Mando performed best, whilst Sport Royal, Ka toomba, Gone Away and Phaedra went well. Meteorite, who met with a mishap since his arrival at headquarters, will not race in any event at the carnival. The Thunder bolt horse broke down some days ago. Breakaway was scratched for bis engage ments owing to his haviDg contracted influenza.

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STATE POLITICS. PERTH, December 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

STATE POLITICS. PERTH, December 11. A count-out which brought the proceedings of the Assembly to an abrupt termination at half-past nine on Friday morning has had the effect of bringing about what may be des cribed as a political situation. On Friday afternoon, before the House met, a conference took place between the Premier and the leader of the Opposition, and an arrangement was come to to adjourn Parliament before Christmas and to meet again in May next. Mr. Bath stated the reason the Opposition had adopted stonewalling tactics in the House on Thursday night was to block the hurried passage of the estimates. It is believed that Parliament will prorogue on Friday next. Mr. Bason, speaking with regard to the count-out. said for the first time in the history of the Parliament of West Australia the Treasurer had had the estimates struck off the notice paper by reason of a count-out. At Friday afternoon's sitting the estimates were reinstated, but there was no discussion on them. Dec...

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MASSACRE BY NATIVES. IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. Adelaide, December 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

MASSACRE BY NATIVES. IN THE NORTHERN TERRI TORY. Adklaide. December 17. News of an appalling massacre by aborigines was received from the Northern Territory yesterday. Early in the present month two -white men were murdered by natives at Port Keats, where they were working1 on the bore being pnt down by the Government. Seven natives were arrested. They were strongly ironed, and were being taken to Port Darwin in a lauuch belonging to Mr. Brad shaw, the owner of Victoria River station. On December 10 the launch anchored near Fitzmaurice River. During the night one of Bradshaw's natives treacherously removed the irons from the prisoners, who mas sacred everybody on the launch except one of the natives. Those killed were Bradshaw, his engineer Eggoreefe (a Russian), Skehan, and Dannolk, and four of Bradshaw's native employees. The murderers escaped. Bradshaw's station adjoins the run of Messrs. Connor, Doherty & Durack on the South Australian side. December 18. A report of the ...

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SOUTHERN NEWS. PERTH, December 18. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

SOUTHERN NEWS. PEBTH. December 18. A fatal shooting accident happened on Friday at Wagin, the victim being a youth named Walker. Deceased was cleaning a rifle when the cartridge m the weapon exploded. The bullet entered Walkers mouth, and passing through the brain cansed instant death. A large bush fire has been raging in the Goldfields Water Reserve at Cnnderdin, 800 acres of grass, some fencing, and fifteen acres of hay being destroyed. December 19. On Sunday night a serious motor ing accident occurred in the King's Park, Perth. Mr. Percy Morgans, who was accompanied by Messrs. Irvine, Wood and Jensen, was driving the car at a fair pace when one of the wheels broke with the result that the occupants were all precipitated to the . ground, while the motor was turned over in the air and considerably damaged. -Morgans was badly cut about the head and face, and was found to be suffering from a slight concussion of the brain. Wood sus tained injuries to his ribs and face, whilst Jensen ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

LOCAL AND GENERAL. ASHBURTON KOADS BOAKD SECRETARY SHIP.-The amount of salary attaching to the secretaryship of the Ashburton Roads Board should read " .£120," not .£150, as previously stated in the advertisment. ANGEICAN CHUECH--Christmas services in connection frith. $his church vill.be held in the Court-house..as follows:-Sunday (Christmas Eve), evensong and sermon, 8 p.m.; Monday (Christmas Day), holy com munion {for communicants), 8 a.m., holy communion (<chocal) and sermon, 11 a.m. A NATIVE SENTENCED.-At: the police court. Carnarvon, =on Saturday last, before Mr. Foss, S.M., a native named Gnadgie, alias Johnny Forbe6, was charged with spearing another native named Billy Barney, at Hamelin Fool on September 9. He was found guilty and sentenced to six months' imprisonment. WOORAHEL MAIL CONTRACT.-The ten der of Messrs. Pearson and Nash has been accepted by the Federal postal authorities for the conveyance of mails between Car narvon, Wooramel and Flint Cliff. The con...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, December 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

VICTORIA. MELBOUBKE, December 17. In passing sentence of twelve months' imprisonment on a man named Farrelly, convicted of fraud, at the Supreme Court on Friday, Judge Egleson said Farrelly had been drawn into a whirlpool of gambling, which as far as he could see was very rapidly tending to become the national curse j of Australia. December 19. A shocking boiler explosion took place yesterday at Knott's sawmills, situated nine miles from Tallarook. Two . brothers named Garner were killed, while John Camming was severely injured. The explosion oc curred while John and James Garner were attending to a defect in the gear. The shed in which the engine stood was entirely demolished. The bodies of the Garner brothers were r mutilated beyond recognition, and were thrown a distance of 100 feet. ! Death mast have been instantaneous.

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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 — 23 December 1905

STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of news intended for publication in this column will be gladly received."j Oar Fort Hedland correspondent wired tinder date December 20, as follows: *' The Ballarra left yesterday morning with 3,000 sheep, the property of Mr. S. P. Mac kay. The weather is unsettled. Heavy thunderstorms are reported Inland, to gether with splendid rains, though patchy/' Mr. W. Kruger, Roebourne agent for Mesgrs. Henry Wills & Co., 'shipped on behalf of that firm by the s.s. Ballarra 14 bales of kangaroo akins^ totaUwiyr^nnri"" recorcr~E'hipment of these skins from the district mentioned. . A Tableland (Roebourne district) cor respondent, writing on the 10th inet., says: "We had 66 points'of rain yesterday at Tambrey station. It rained exactly one hjur. The last we had was 24 points in June-close on, six. months ago. Every thing is very dry and parched looking. The Fortescue is dry on our portion of it, and I believe there is only one hole with water in it till y...

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INTER-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, December 18. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

INTER-STATE NEWS. « NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY. December 18. The German steamer Tiberias on Friday was prevented from leaving Pyrmont wharf for Singapore on the ground that she -was overloaded. She left port at daybreak on Satur day, and as neither pilot nor tags, were available the master of the vessel, in defiance of the port's regu lations and penalties provided for overloading, departed without a pilot and took the Tiberius slowly down the harbonr. Without mishap and unmolested she steamed oat of the I Heads on her voyage to Singapore.

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