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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 January 1906

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January 7. This afternoon William Strapps, a clerk in the office of Forward, Down and Co., went out in a canvas boat 14 feet long, taking' with him his sons Claude and Frank (aged 16 and 10 respectively), Gordon Miller aged 10, and Leslie Henning, aged 12. The boat sailed about a mile north of Henley Beach jetty and was in the act of turning when a strong puff of wind arose and completely capsized it. The boat came up on its side. All the occupants being able to swim, they were able to grasp the craft and hang on. Among those who witnessed the mishap was a man named Canst, who left his wife and child and ran to a spot opposite to where a dinghy was afloat. Partially undressing, he strode through the surf and struck out for the craft. It was a most praiseworthy effort to rescue the capsized party from peril, but it was rash and beyond the poor fellow's strength. Caust was not a good swimmer, and the sprint along the beach helped in his exhaustion, which the...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of news intended for publication in this column will be gladly received.] THE RABBIT PEST. EXTERMINATION EXPERIMENTS. MELBOURNE, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 January 1906

STOCK AND STATION NEWS. [Items of h6wb Intended for publication in this column will be gladly received.]] THE BABBIT PEST. EXTERMINATION EXPERIMENTS. MELBOUBNE, JANTIARF 10. A meeting of pastoralists and others in terested in the pastoral industry was held here yesterday to take steps to support the movement recently started in Sydney to bring out Dr. Danysz, of the Pastenr In stitute, Paris, to make experiments with regard to the introduction of disease for the destruction of rabbits. A sum of £3,050 was subscribed in the room, and it was decided to appeal to the banks to support the movement.

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 January 1906

VICTORIA. Melbotjrjte, Januaiy 6. Two important vacancies in the postal department will shortly be created by the removal of Mr. Snook from the position of telegraph master in West Australia and of Mr. Stevens, telephone manager in the same State postal department. The pnblic service commissioner recently recommended that these two officers should be re moved from their positions ; that they should be granted the extended leave to which they were entitled, at the expiration of which they if possible should, be provided with other posi tions.;, January 7. One of the most diabolical and dastardly outrages recorded in the criminal history of Victoria was per petrated on Saturday morning, when a deliberate attempt was made to assassinate Detective-sergeant O'Don nell. A bomb was thrown into his house through a window. Fortunately the attempt miscarried, but the out rage placed in grave peril not only the life of O'Donnell, but those of his wife and five children and two visitors who wer...

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WEST AUSTRALIAN WOOL. PRICES REALISED IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 January 1906

WEST AUSTRALIAN WOOL. PRICES EEALISED IN LONDON. Messrs. Dalgety & Co., Ltd., Fremantle, have telegrahed the following- particulars of the November wool sales in London: Boolardy.-52 bales at lid. G. C. Bose.-58 bales at 9§d. Withnell Bros.-240 bales at 8$d. J. G. Meares.-183 bales at 8£d. Pearse, Meka.-63 bales at 10§d. Murgoo.-153 bales at 10fd. Broad Bros.-82 bales at lOJd. De Pledge.-312 bales at 8fd. Barnong.-92 bales at 10|d. Corboy.--86 bales at lOtd. Brockman.--62'bales at lOd. Belele.-30 bales at 9|d. Tbe following are detailed prices of the wool sold in London and shipped through the Union Bank: Sold by Jacomb, Son & Co. L.L.-7 bales first combing 10£d, 16 hog gets 9sd, 75 second combing 9d, 19 first clothing 8£d, 7 second do. 8d, 2 doable fleece 7fd, 35 first pieces 8£d, 3 second do. 8d, 11 third do. 6Jd, 10 do. bellies 7|d, 10 do. first lambs lOd, 13 do. second do. 8d, 4 do. crossbred lOd. Minilya.-67 bales greasy 8|d, 16 do. 9d, 65 do. 8d. 15 do. 7|d, 18...

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INTER-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 January 1906

INTER-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 8. An exciting time was experienced at Gandagai yesterday, when a fire started jast outside the town. The flames taking hold of the long grass and high dry thistles, were in a few minutes spreading rapidly. A fierce wind prevailed, and it seemed as if Gundagai wonld suffer. For a time the hospital was in danger, but 200 persons beat back the flames, which then rushed towards Spring Flat, sheep and cattle rushing out of danger. All the residences were emptied of furniture. Thousands (?) of miles of country were burned out and miles of fencing demolished. Mr. Borres, a selector at Palistham, while fighting the fires, was severely injured by a tree falling on him. His skull was fractured and he is suffering from paralysis. He was removed to the hospital, where he now lies in a critical condition. January 9. An attempt was made yesterday to wreck a train on the western line. The points near Young station were found to be opened in an op...

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GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 January 1906

GENERAL NOTES. It is reported that rabbits have been seen to the vest of the fence on Boolardy and Tain stations. It is urged that if the report be found correct the erection of a fence from Geraldine to the sea ehotQd'lM completed without loss of time. Oar Perth correspondent telegraphs: A largely-attended meeting' of pastoral ists was held at the United Service Hotel last Friday afternoon for the purpose of considering the advisableness of forming an association. The following gentlemen were appointeda committee to make the preliminary arrangements and report to a_ meeting to be ield in Perth a few weeks' hence: Messrs. W.J. Butcher, M.L.A., C. Harper, S. Burt, D. £. Mcllae, A. W. Edgar, A. E. Eichardson, H. B. Lefroy, M. C. Davies, J. Monro, and A. C. Qillagi. News from Sydney, dated December 26, states i-" The annual conference of the Australian Workers* Union will be held during January, and delegates from Queensland will participate for the first time. Proceedings to bring the...

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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 January 1906

GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, Jatmary 6. | Twenty-three miners were killed yesterday by an explosion in West Virginia, U.S.A. Some Russian prisoners in Japan complain that their Government has abandoned them. They appeal through the press to the European Powers to secure their retnrn home. A terrible earthquake has occurred in Nicaragua, Central America.- It is reported that a volcanic eruption des troyed Masaye. The majority of, the population of Masaye were Indians. It is feared that thousands, including many whites, perished. A fire which broke out on the British steamer Carlisle at Saigon (French Indo-China) yesterday caused an explosion. The vessel foundered, and several men were killed. An affray occurred yesterday at" Peking between Japanese and German troops, who were attacked by the Legation guards. Eight Germans and twelve Japanese were severely in jured. January 9. Renter's correspondent at Peking states that China is negotiating for a fresh agreement with Russia regard ing North...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 January 1906

Subscriptions (POBTAOS INCLUDED). £ 8. d. OneYear ... 15 0 SixMonths ... 0 12 6 One Quarter ,...066 To ADVEBTISEBS. THE NORTHERN TIKES circulates amongst the pastoralista, miners, pearlers, and business people of the tchole North, and therefore will be found a first-class medium for adver tisers. Mates for advertising on ap plication.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 January 1906

SHIPPING. >QCEAN STEAMSHIP CO. LIMITED, AND WEST AUSTRALIAN STEAM NAVIGATION CO. LIMITED. QUICKEST ROUTE TO LONDON via JAVA, and SINGAPOBE. ^ STEAnSHIPS. SULTAN. MINILYA. 2063 to 118. 2744 tons. CAPT. P. TOWNLBT. CAPT. E. RICHABDSON PAROO. CHARON. 2665, tons. 2681 tone. CAPT. A. Miiii<s. CAPT. I. BELL. ? ifortaigfctly ..Services. I SOUTH:. From Singapore. From. Carnarvon ~ about ^ABbb, Jan. 13,1906 January 27,1906 SULTAN, Jan. 28,1906 Feb. 11,1906 GHABON, February 11 February 25 NORTH. From Fremantle. Carnarvon CHABON, Jan. 17 Jan- 20,1906 MINILYA, February 1 February 3 PARGO, February 15 Februaiy 17 These steamers, built especially for tlie trade, are fitted witli every irfodeni 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 & COY., LTD., PERTH FREMANTLE GERALDTON - - CARNARVON COSSACK and PORT H...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF CARNARVON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 January 1906

SHIPPING. OP CAENABVON. ARRIVALS. January 11.-Minilya, E.G., E. Eicfaacdeon master, from Singapore via porte. Pas sengers to Fremantle.-From Singapore: Capt. Wright; from Sonrabaya: Mrs. Seed and two children, Messrs. Penny, Jules Bean, £. Horn; from Broome: Mrs. Ford, Messrs. Gorman, Jnvanis, Des Barres, Penny, McJoor; from Port Hedland : Messrs. Ostlond, Moore, Smith, Shenton, Hayes, Oxley, Lee; from Cossack for Geraldton : Mrs. Thomas and infant; from Cossack for Fremantle : Messrs. Brown, Hunter, Eigby; from Onslow for Carnarvon: Mr. Campbell; for Fremantle: Messrs. Parker, Bend, Boss. DEPASTURES. January 11.-Minilya for Fremantle. Passengers from Carnarvon : Mrs. Edgar, Mrs. Palethorpe, MIBS Miller, Messrs. J. Book, J. Palethorpe, J. Hutton, G. Smith, H. J. Ash.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 January 1906

ASHBURTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. ANNUAL STATEMENT SHOWING OPERATIONS AND TRANSACTIONS OF THE BOARD FOB FINANCIAL YEAB ENDED 30TH DAT OF JUNE, 1905. SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE. RECEIPTS. £ s. d. JB a. d. Cr. Balance at Treas ury at commence ment of year ... 858 1 8 Balance at Western Australian Bank 43 9 0 Balance in hands of Secretary ... 2 15 4 Licenses-Cart and Carriage ... 107 7 ? Dog 19 16 6 Income from Pro perty and Plant Government Grant ft-nTiTin.1 Grant for Maintenance and Construction ... 300 0 All other receipts... 3 10 Overdraft at end of year at Western Australian Bank 11 9 2 ill,360 2 2 904 ? 0 127 4 0 13 13 0 EXPENDITURE . £ B. d. Expenses for Levy ing General Bate, Collection, Com mission, &c. Salaries Office Expenses Legal Expenses ... Stationery and printing Plant and tools pur chased daring the year Bank Charges Maintenance Works Construction Works. Commonage General Expenses All other expendi ture Balance at end of year-To credit of Board at Treasur...

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A HEAT WAVE. MELBOURNE, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 January 1906

A HEAT WAVE. MELBOURNE, January 6. The temperature was very high all over the north-western districts yes terday. At Mildura 123 degrees in the shade were registered, this being a record for the State. Swan Hill registered 118, Donald 117, Benlah 116, Pyramid Hill and Hopetonn 115, Charlton 114. ADELAIDE, January 7. To-day waB the fonrth consecutive day when the shade temperature ex ceeded 100, the reading being 113 only 3 degrees short of the Adelaide record. January 8. Daring the heat wave which was experienced all over the State during the end of last week a large number of deaths occurred, in addition to several cases of sunstroke. Two men received fatal sunstrokes at Port Pirie and another man who was sunstruck was removed to the hospital in a dying condition. A death is also reported from Ren mark. Eight deaths are reported from the Adelaide Destitute; Asylum and three from the Lunatic Asylum. SYDNET, January 9. As a result of the great heat at Bonrke two deaths occurred, and ...

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MR. JOHN BURNS AND SOUTH AFRICA. LONDON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 January 1906

MR. JOHN BURNS AND SOUTH AFRICA. LONDON, January 6. Mr. John Burns (President of the Local Government Board) states that responsible government mast be con ferred immediately on the Transvaal and the Orange River Colony in order to avert economic desolation and per haps an outburst of disloyalty. Re ferring to the coloured labour ques tion, he declared that Chinese labodr was not necessary.

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A FATAL FIRE. LONDON, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 January 1906

A FATAL FIRE. LONDON, January 11. | The West Hotel, Minneapolis, U.S.A., the biggest hotel between Chicago and the Pacific, caught fire on Tuesday night when seventy gnests were asleep on the premises. Terrible scenes were witnessed, and many heroic rescues were effected. Ten deaths were caused by the outbreak. The captain of one of the fire brigades was killed in the act of saving an aged unconscious woman, who escaped.

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A PARIS DUEL. LONDON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 January 1906

A PARIS DUEL. LONDON, January 6. A duel, arising out of the French legation scandals, was fought in Paris yesterday, the combatants being: General Percin, commander of the 7th division of the fonrth army corps, and Major Priant, a son-in-law of the late General Boulanger. Thirteen rounds were fonght, the weapons nsed being swords. The dael lasted 75 minutes. General Percin was wonnded in the eighth and thirteenth rounds in the same spot on the right forearm.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 January 1906

ACETYLENE GAS THE KESTG OF LIGHTS. Win. E. COSS 4. CO., 451 HAY STREET, PERTH, Are prepared to install this most brilliant illnminant for any kind of lighting, inside or outside. References.-J. Pincombe, hotel, Carnarvon W. E, Fenner, " " CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. Wm. E. GOSS & CO., 451 HA.T STREET, PERTH. Caves! Caves! An. Ideal Holiday Trip for Tour Health. COOL and REFRESHING TRIP. BOATING, BATHING and FISHING. COUNTRY and SEASIDE COMBINED. COUPONS ARE ISSUED Covering First-class Train and Coach Return and Hotel Expenses, as under, from Perth or Fremantle: YaUingnp (3 days) £3 0 0 Margaret River (4 days) £4 5 0 Bound Trip (5 days) ... £5 5 0 FOR COUPONS AND PARTICULARS Apply The Secretary Caves Board South British Chambers, BARRACK STREET, PERTH. DAVIS, HANKINSON & CO., MOIB'S CHAMBERS, PERTH, AND CARNARVON, General Contractors. Boring Engineers for Artesian Water and Minerals. MACHINERY AND MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS. SUPPLY: Hand and Steam Boring Plants. Railway and Tr...

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THE WOOL TRADE. TONE OF THE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 January 1906

THE WOOL TRADE. TONE OF THE MARKET. The Bradford correspondent of an Australian daily, writing on Novem ber 24, says :-" The trade passing is undoubtedly small, but there contin ues to be a fairly firm market, and topmakers are maintaining their posi tion in a very creditable way. The complete absence of stocks puts sellers on.'the defensive, and anything chang ing hands for present delivery is com manding full current rates. It must, however, be said that the majority are in a state of suspense, and very few are venturing into the realms of the future. No topmaker could make a quick delivery on even a moderate scale, and his chief concern seems to be to get hold of wool. The latest cable from Christchurch is not re garded as of a very reassuring order, and when wool can be bought to de liver a 40's top in Bradford at 15|, it shows conclusively that New Zea land is below London. This fact is not so generally recognised as one would have thought, and if cable ad vices are to be relie...

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Cablegrams. RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. LONDON, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 January 1906

Cablegrams. .: RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. LONDON, January 5. The Daily Mail correspondent at St. Petersburg states that a strike is in operation on. eleven provincial rail ways in Russia, and that 12,000 men .are idle in consequence. The same correspondent declares that the revolu tion is active in twelve provinces. The Tlines states that a number of Cossacks have joined the newly-pro claimed North Caucasian republic. January. 6. Russian liberal orgaus unanimously declare that Admiral DubisofE, com <3ttmder-in-Chief at Moscow, permitted -ronton slaughter in that city during the recent revolt. January 8. All is now quiet at St. Petersburg, J^oscow, and RostofE, bnt the con dition of the Baltic and Caucasus pro vinces still causes anxiety. Martial law has been decreed in seventeen sections ' of the Siberian military districts bordering on the trans-Siberian railway. Count de, Witte, the Czar's Prime Minister, in the course of an inter view, declared that despite the gravity of the ...

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ROEBOURNE NEWS. ROEBOURNE, January [?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 January 1906

EOEBOURNE NEWS. -? SoiBOTntrnt. Junna 5 he Christmas holidays passed over very quietly. Remarkable only for the in tensity of the heat even in this torrid clime. ? _ .... - At a meeting of the Municipal Council the resignation of Mr. H. J. K." Pratt M town clerk was accepted, and the tem porary appointment of Mr. Wallace McLeod was sanctioned. The Mayor, Mr. T. Porter, was in receipt of telegraphic in formation to the effect that a sum of money had been granted for the purpose of placing the windmill on the veil at tbe northern end of the toira in a state of efficiency. The state of Mr. Porter's health during the recent hot "weather occasioned 1» many friends some anxiety. It is needless to say that they are exceedingly pleased to see him in hie wonted good health and about again. Socially, the town is very quiet. Dr. and Mrs. Maun sell were the re cipients of a rery acceptable New Teat's. * gift in the arrival of a son and heir. Ther genu! doctor and his amiable and charm ing spons...

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THE BATTLE OF TSU SHIMA. LONDON, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 January 1906

THE BATTLE OF TSU SHIMA LOKDON, January 5. j The St. Petersburg correspondent of the Daily Telegraph says that Count de Witte (Russian Premier) and Count LamsdorfE (Russian Minister for Foreign Affairs) are both surprised at Admiral Rohjestvensky's story that during the battle of Tsa Shima the British fleet was assembled at Wei Hai-Wai expecting instructions to annihilate the Russian fleet if Admiral Togo failed. Count de Witte re marked that no level-headed Russian attaches any importance to such an allegation.

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