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NOR-'WEST PROGRESS LEAGUE. FAREWELL TO MR. WILLIAMSON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

NOR-'WEST PROGRESS LEAGUE. FAREWELL TO MR. WILLIAMSON. At a council meeting of the Nor-'West Progress League held in Roebourne on Monday evening, December 10, Mr. W. McLeod said it was with regret that he had now to propose that the bus iness of the meeting be gone into, that busi ness being the temporary retiral of Mr. Williamson from the position of sec retary. He had been associated with the league from its initation and although the league was but an infant it had made it self heard even in Perth. He would farther say that the success of its efforts was very much due to the strenuous efforts of Mr. Williamson, their retiring secretary. He knew that thi6 gentleman had Bpared himself neither night nor day in the furtherance of the interests of this league. Although it was with regret personally that he had to bid this gentleman fare well, he was conscious that it was merely only a temporary one, and wished him God-3peed wherever he went, and felt sure that be would return rejuvena...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, December 18. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

GENERAL NEWS. LONDON. December 18. The banks associated with the Clearing House at Chicago have come to the rescue of the Chicago National Bank, Home Savings Bank, and Equitable Trust Company. The panic has thus been averted and the deficits covered. December 20. Mr. E. T. Doxat, chairman of Messrs. Dalgety & Co., Ltd., speaking . yesterday at a meeting of the Aus tralasian Chamber of Commerce in London, said that for the full develop ment of Australia good seasons and good legislation were imperative. Mr. John Burns has been denounced by the unemployed of London for joining the new Liberal Cabinet.

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CORRESPONDENCE. PAROCHIAL STEWARDS. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

CORRESPONDENCE. , PAROCHIAL STEWARDS. To THE EDITOR. Sib,-With your permission I will venti late a grievance, believing that all liberal and fair-minded men will eide with me. Last year at a very fall meeting of the members of the Gascoyne Race Clnb Mr. Foss and myself proposed and carried with only two dissentients, viz., Messrs. Hatch and Haynes, " that all horses foaled in the Gascoyne«and Ashborton districts should be eligible to start in the Sires' Produce Stages," thereby giving sportsmen a chance to buy a good mare in foal in the other States to foal here, or sending a good mare to sireB like lie Var or Barbarossa, with a view to foal here and so be eligible. Surely if a horse is foaled here-said horse is Sandgroper enough to suit anyone. I have been informed by two of the stewards that they either have or will have that rule altered to read " the horses must be sired in the district." Are the other stewards going to pander to the illiberal and narrow-minded ones. Are they go...

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THE INDIAN FRONTIER. LONDON, December 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

THE INDIAN FRONTIER. LONDON, December 17. Beater's correspondent at Peshawar ?reports there are indications of coming tribal troubles in the North-West of India. He states that the Mullah of Powinda and the Mahsod Hill tribes on the Afghan side of the Kyber Pass were implicated in the marder of Major Donaldson. The Indian Govern ment has informed the Mabsad tribes men that it intends to make definite demands which will be rigorously enforced.

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PILBARRA RAILWAY. POINT SAMPSON'S CLAIMS ADVOCATED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

PILBARRA RAILWAY. POINT SAMPSON'S CLAIMS ADVO CATED. At a special council meeting of the Nor* West Progress League the following argu ments were advanced in favour of Point Sampson being the starting point of the Northern railway: 1.-Access to Point Sampson is un hampered by tidal influences. 2.-The line will immediately enter and open up country containing vast known but as yet undeveloped mineral deposits. 3.-A large and increasing pastoral in dustry would be directly benefited by this line. 4.-The Port Hedland-Nullagine route could never be more than a feeder, whereas the Point Sampson-Nullagine route has every merit to rank as a trunk line. 5.-The facts of the mail steamer Bul larra being neaped and detained at Port Hedland jetty for three days on her last trip north, whilst the Charon when last going north would not venture to enter the harbour, being compelled to engage the lighter Beagle from Cossack, and then was additionally delayed 24 hours tbrough bad weather, proves conc...

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SALVATION ARMY COLONIZATION PROJECT. LONDON, December 20. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

SALVATION ARMY COLONIZA TION PROJECT. LONDON, December 20. General Booth, in a letter to the King, annonnces that Mr. George Herring has given the Salvation Army the nse of £100,000 for parposes of home colonisation and the settling of some of the unemployed as peasant proprietors, each of whom is to re ceive five acres of Gaitable land, a cottage, a stock of seed and imple ments, together with temporary pro vision for his family.

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

Subscription's - {POSTAQK INCLUDED). £ e. d. One Tear ... 15 0 Six Months ... 0 12 ? One Quarter ... ... ... 0 6 6 | . To ADVGBTISEBS. - - ITILE NOBIHEBN TIMES circulates amongst the pastoraUsts, miners- . pearlers, and business people of the whole North, and therefore wifi be I found a first-class medium for adrer J Users. Mates for advertising on ap | plication.

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

SHIPPING. OCEAN STEAMSHIP GO. LIMITED, AND WEST AUSTRALIAN STEAM NAVIGATION CO. LIMITED. QUICKEST KOUTE TO LONDON via JAVA and SINGAPOBE. STEAMSHIPS. SULTAN. MINILYA, 2063 tons. 2744 tons. CAFT. P. TOWNLET. CAPT. E. RICHABDSON PAROO. CHARON. 2665 tons. 2681 tons. CAPT. A. MILLS. CAPT. I. BELL. Fortnightly Services. SOUTH. From Singapore. From Carnarvon abont CHARON, Dec. 15 December 29 MJNTLYA, Dec. 29 January 13 PAROO, Jan. 13,1906 January 27,1906 SULTAN, Jan. 28,1906 Feb. 11,1906 ISTOHTH. From Fremantle. STJLTAN, Jan. 2,1906 CHARON, Jan. 17 Carnarvon. Jan..i, 1906 Jan. 20, 1906 These steamers, built especially for tlie trade, are fitted witli every modem appliance for tb.e comfort of passengers. JAVA.-Large reductions made to families and parties. --^LONDON.-Through tickets issuetf-*fl--conjunction with the P. VOr Coy., ^ transhipping at Singa pore. Apply to DALGETY & COY, LTD, PERTH FREMANTLE GERALDTON CARNARVON COSSACK and PORT HEDLAND. " ^ J. CLARK & CO., Onslow...

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SHIPPING. POET OF CARNARVON. AEEIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

SHIPPING. POET OF CARNARVON. AEEIVALB. December 16.-Saltan b.S., P. Townley master, from Singapore via ports. Pas sengers.-From Derby for Fremantle: Messrs. C. Crossland, W. H. Brown, C. S. Reeve, G. Lovell, W. Morgan, J. Byrne, G. Tomer. From Broome for Fremantle: Bro. Klaatsch, Master Talboys, Messrs. R. J. Southward, L. C. Goodrich, C. H. Morgan. From Port Hedland for Gerald ton : Messrs. H. R. L. Hardey, J. L. Stewart, T. Traine, A. J. Lester, A. Hogan, A. Farr; for Fremantle: Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mackay, Miss Carrie, Messrs. J. O. Collins, A. W. Johnson, E. Warne, W. Maher, F. Daly, C. H. Brownie, J. Gordon, R. Jewson, P. W. Anderson. From Cos sack for Geraldton : Mr. and Mrs. H Gillam, Miss McRae, J. Doherfcy, F Wittenoom, J. Cook, ; for Fremantle: Messrs. H. Davis, L. Crooks, J. F. William son, D. K. McRae, A. W. Talbot, F. Wells, J. McLaughlin, A. Butler, C. Lush, H. Hatfield, N. Smith, Rev. F. Davis. From Onslow for Fremantle: Misses De Pledge (2), Messrs. T. F. De Pledge, G....

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

DAVIS, HANKINSON & CO., MOIR'S CHAMBERS, PERTH, AND CARNARVON, General Contractors. Boring Engineers for Artesian Water and Minerals. MACHINERY AND MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS. SUPPLY: Hand and Steam Boring Plant*. Railway and Tramway Material. Water Supply Requisites. Oil Engines for all purposes-from 2 to 150 fa.p. Carnarvon Municipal Council. | TENDERS are invited up to noon of TUESDAY, 2nd JANUARY, 1906, for POTTING UP If MILES of 6-WIRE FENCING at Bibbawarra. Specifications to be seen at th« offices of the Mayor and Town Clerk. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. WM. NEWMAN, Town Clerk. Carnarvon, December 8, 1905. Carnarvon Municipal Council. NOTICE is hereby given that on and after January 1, 1906, the above Council will refuse to issue licenses for the agistment of goats; and further, that any goats found roaming within the town6ite of Carnarvon after the date mentioned will j be destroyed. ! By order of the Council, Wm. NEWMAN, Town Clerk. Lower ©ascoyne Ro...

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AFRICA FOR THE AFRICANS. LONDON, December 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

AFRICA FOR THE AFRICANS. LONDON, December 17. Numbers of the coloured population in the south-western districts of Cape Colony, in response to the preaching of the new politico-religions creed "Africa for the Africans," have flocked to the Dusseldorf mission station. The magistrates in the district hare asked for strong drafts of mounted police.

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

J. & W. BATEMAN Wholesale Hardware, Grocery, Wine and Spirit, and General Merchants. FREMANTLE. Station Supplies a Speciality. AGENCIES : Steel" Star" Back Geared Windmills. " Star" brand Steel Horseshoes. Fencing Wire, Wire Standards, and Strainers. "Ttoyal Seal" Oats, 2 lb. sealed tins. " Military " Pickles. " I.X.L." Pickles. Grimble's Vinegar, English. Andrew TJsher's O.V.G. S.E. " Liqueur " Whiskies. Ainslie's " Glenlion " and Liqueur. Foster's " Bugle " brand Ale and Stont. " Golden Fleece " Rum. Xmas Presents {§ New Year Gifts. TABLE KNIVES, Imitation Ivory Handles, from 6s. 3d. i doz. DESSERT KNIVES, Imitation Ivory, from 5s. 6d. £ doz. TABLE FOEKS, Nickel Plated, from 4s. I doss.; Nickel Silver, from 6s. \ doz. DESSE&T FOEKS, Nickel Plated, from 3s. 3d. \ doz; Nickel Silver, from 4s. 3d. £ doz. TABLE SPOONS, Nickel Plated, from 4s. £ doz.; Nickel Silver, from 6s. | doz. DESSEBT SPOONS, Nickel Plated, from 3s. 3d. \ doz.; Nickel Silver, from 4s. 3d. | doz. *i...

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TREATY BETWEEN CHINA AND JAPAN. LONDON, December 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

TREATY BETWEEN CHINA AND JAPAN. LONDON. December 17. The chief points in the new Chino Japanese treaty provide:-I. That the lease of the Kwan Tang Peninsula, which was transferred by Russia to Japan under the Portsmouth treaty of peace, shall expire in 1923. 2. China shall ultimately repurchase the rail way. 3. That Japanese consulates and garrisons to guard the railway shall be stationed at Neuchang, Muk den, Antung, Kirin, and Chan Tung, and that the Customs in Manchuria shall be restored to China.

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GENERAL CABLES. GREAT BRITAIN AND GERMANY. LONDON, December 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

GENERAL CABLES. GREAT BRITAIN AND GERMANY. LONDON, December 16. Herr Bebel, the German Socialist leader, speaking yesterday in the Reichstag, implied that the Kaiser was tlie chief cause of the tension with Great Britain and that His Majesty gave the signal to all conn tries to increase their fleets; yet an alliance between Great Britain and Germany would mean the lasting peace of Europe. Prince von Bulow, in an impas sioned speech, in reply said it _ was nonsense to pretend that Germany was parsaing an aggressive plan against Great Britain. It was an idiotic lie to assert there had been any violent collision between the Kaiser and the King. It was untrue that Germany was ever on the point of declaring war against Great Britain, or that she had ever irritated or pro voked that country. December 20. The Berliner Tagblatt says there are indications that Sir H. Campbell Bannerman will initiate a diplomatic discussion of the differences between Great Britain and Germany with a view to m...

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Cablegrams. RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. LONDON, December 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

Cablegrams. ; RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. LONDON. December 16. The Letts of the Baltic provinces have established a republic 'with offic ials and armed forces obeying their orders to barn and pillage and to execute all barons and pastors. Gov ernment officials who resist its author ity are being killed. (The Letts are a branch of the Lithuanian or Lettice race inhabiting the Russian provinces of Conrland and Livonia.) 'The Czar has ordered Vilna, the chief garrison town in Lithuania, to send immediately to the Baltic pro vinces every available soldier to crush the new repablic. A telegram received from General Linievitch, commander-in-chief of the Russian forces in Manchuria, states that he is unable to combat .the spread of the revolutionary propaganda, and that already half the army is mutinous. It was reported yesterday on the St. Petersburg Bourse that the red flag of the revolutionaries was flying over the Government buildings at Riga (capital of Livonia, and the third seaport Of Russia...

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THE FAR EAST. London, December 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

THE FAR EAST. Loxdoh, December 19. A riot, the outcome of a Coolie strike, occurred yesterday at Shang hai, and was not suppressed until 20 rowdies were killed. There were no fatalities among Europeans. As fears are entertained at Shanghai that the rowdies may loot the foreign ! settlement, 500 men are being landed from British cruisers. Other blue jackets are being landed from Ameri can and German cruisers. December 21. Further disturbances which occurred at Shanghai resulted in heavy casu alties. The allied foreign forces now control the situation. The Chinese authorities are endeavouring to sup press the disorder. A Japanese cruiser and gunboat have been ordered to Shanghai to protect Japan's interests. The Dowager Empress of China has issued an edict which orders the vice roy of the province to proceed to Shanghai and punish all implicated in the riots.

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HOME POLITICS. LONDON, December 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

HOME POLITICS. LONDON, December 16. Mr. Winston Churchill, Parlia mentary Under-Secretary for the Colonies, addressing a meeting of the City Liberal Club yesterday, said freetrade, self-government, and peace would be the principles governing the colonial policy of the Liberal Government. December 18. Mr. Henry Labouchere, Radical M.P., announces that he will not contest the Northampton seat at the next general election. He assigns his advanced age (74) as a reason for retiring from Parliamentary life. The press of Cape Colony speaks in nnappreciative terms of Mr. Winston Churchill, Parliamentary Under-Sec retary for tlie Colonies. Several news papers declare that the new Minister ; has shown scant knowledge of the opinions, aspirations, and difficulties ef the colonies. In delivering a speech on the fiscal issue yesterday, Mr. Balfour was in a subtle mood. He said he did not wish to augment, but to diminish, the differences of the party on the fiscal question.

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THE RAILWAY DISCUSSED IN PERTH. PERTH, December 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

THE RAILWA.Y DISCUSSED IN PERTH. PERTH, December 19. The following telegram reached Perth from Mr. Porter, Major of Roebourne, yesterday:-*' The Bullarra arrived at Cossack at 7 p.m. on 4th November, and at 2 a.m. on the 5th proceeded to Fort Hedland, a nine hours ran, bat conld not get in until 5 p.m. She attempted to get oat on the evening of the 7th «t high water, and grounded in tbe middle channel below the wharf, and finally got .away at 7 a.m. on the 8th. .. The Charon was unable to get in, and had the Beagle despatched from Cossack. She discharged her cargo outside." The above telegram-was pub lished in the West Australian by Mr. Henry Chinn, who tendered ? fpr. the con struction of the railway from Port Hed land'to Nullagine. December 20. The battle of the routeB of the Pilbarra railway, is being fought in tbe local press in lengthy letters from correspondents ad vocating the claims of the respective routes. The West Australian by its tone appears to favours the Port Hedland...

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MEETING AT FORT HEDLAND. PORT HEDLAND, December 20. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

MEETING AT FORT HEDLAND. POKT HSDLAND, December 20. A monster and unanimous meeting was held at the local Mechanics Institute on Monday evening, for the purpose of urging Port Hedland's claims to be the starting point of the Marble Bar-Nullagine rail way. Many of the speakers referred to Port Hedland as being undoubtedly the natural and moBt convenient port for these fields. Some interesting figures wer$ quoted comparing the mining and pastoral industries of Pilbarra and West Pilbarra. Taking the returns up to 30th September of this year, the total known production of gold up to the date mentioned in this dis trict was 119,300 ozs., while West Pilbarra produced 15,000 ozs. The record amount of gold produced in one year for this dis trict was 17,400 on, while for the same period West Pilbarra produced 5,100 OES. Beferring to the tin mining industry it was Btated there was every prospect of it exceeding its present proportions, many rich finds being lately discovered in this. district...

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W.A.T.C. MEETING. W.A. DERBY, PERTH CUP, AND RAILWAY STAKES. FINAL ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 December 1905

W.A.T.O. MEETING. W.A. DERBY, PERTH CUP, AND RAILWAY STAKES. FINAL ACCEPTANCES. W.A. DEBBY, 1| miles, st. Ib Hanraki Hildebrand... Piata 8 10 Dangar 8 10 For'et Charm 8 8 10 Wax wing 8 ... 8 et. ft 8 7 Stirrup Cup 8 10 Vareena Mariner Grenadier Scorcher 7 Floral 8 8 8 7 Fides L. Strathmore 8 7 Flora Mac '7 Betsy Bark* 8 - 8 8 Nothos Grand Rapida Fifeness The Snail Ava'on Strathavon .. Sport Royal .. Zens Czarovitch Circulus Loredano Trenwith Durbar Possum PERTH CUP, st. lb ... 9 6 9 9 7 13 7 13 7 12 7 11 7 1L 7 10 two mile*. Betsy Burke... Green Moun tain ... War Chief Cypher Piata Mando Phsedra Barbaros8& ... Scorcher Homeward Bound The Shamrock Thor ... Bt. ft 7 10 .. 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 9 8 6 6 3 2 O 6 11 6 10 6 10 6 9 BAIL,WAT STAKES, one mile and a quarter. Fifeness Grand Rapids Hatteras Sport Royal ... Trenwith The Snail Possum Avalon Katoomba Fop .... Durbar Bullion Circulus Czaroritcli ... Zeus ... Betsy Burke ... War Chief ... Green Moun tain Piata at. ft 9 12 9 7 8 12 8 ...

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