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BUSH FIRES IN THE GERALDTON DISTRICT. PERTH, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 January 1906
BtJSH FIRES IN THE GERALD TON DISTRICT. PERTH, Janriary 19. ] Yesterday an extensive bush fire occurred in the neighbourhood of Northern Gaily, Gerald ton, and des troyed miles of heavy grass and-fenc ing at Tibradden station, inflicting severe loss. Considerable alarm was caused yesterday by an outbreak of fire in the garden of Dr. Hnngerford, adjoining the hospital grounds. For some time there was danger of the fire spreading to the buildings at the back of the town, but the flames were sup pressed by the efforts,of a number of willing volunteers before serious damage was done.
MUNICIPAL. CARNARVON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 January 1906
MUNICIPAL. CARNARVON. A meeting of the Carnarvon Muni cipal Council "was held 011 Tuesday afternoon, there being present: The Mayor (Mr. G. Baston), and Crs. Angelo, Fennell, Mansfield; and Le froy. The minutes o£ the previous reg ular and special meetings were read > and confirmed. | COBBESPONDENCE. | From R. McAllister, complaining of the existence of a quantity of rub bish on the land adioininfr the Fort Hotel. _ From W. E. Townsend, gaoler, drawing the attention of the council to the fact that the native prisoners employed at the clay pit were not being kept fully employed owing to the council's men not being in attendance to cart away the clay and siating that he would have to take the prisoners away from the job unless their time could be kept fully oc cupied. From the Under-Treasuter notify ing that in future the council's balance sheet and the notices which it was desired to advertise in the Govern ' menfc Gazette could not be published free of charge, but" would have to ...
COUNTERFEIT COIN. PERTH, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 January 1906
COUNTERFEIT COEtf. PEKTH, January 15. | Three men were arrested at the Canning Park raceconrse on Saturday on suspicion of having uttered counter feit coin. For some time past six penny pieces skilfully gilded to represent half sovereigns have been circulated in the metropolis and gold fields towns, and. numbers of trades people have been victimised.' Jannary 17. At" the city" "police court yesterday Henry Collins and Joseph Onus were charged with having at Perth on January 10 uttered a counterfeit gold coin, purporting to be half a sovereign, Collins and Ernest Mar shall were also charged with having at, Perth on January 12 attempted to utter a counterfeit half sovereign. The accused were remanded for eight days. Bail was refnsed.
HEALTH BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 January 1906
HEALTH BOARD. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. Several letters from tbe Centtau Board o£ Health were read dealing with routine matters, and Messrs. Stone & Burt wrote with reference to the gazetting of the board's bylaws. Messrs. Ash and Whitloek wrote announcing they had audited the | board's books, and pointing out two or three matters which required rectifying. The secretary stated that the night man was now attending to 160 pans a week. The Mayor remarked that he would like to see a health rate struck which would enable two men to be employed. Dr. Hickinbotliam asked what became of the _6d. health rate at pre sent struck, and expressed the opinion. that the sanitary service should pay for itself; also that the board shbul.j^ charge for the removal of rubbish. Cr. Mansfield said it was a mistake to charge hotelkeepers ana boarding bonse keepers the same as private families. ME. MCALLISTEE'S LETTEE. On this letter being again brought forward, T...
DROWNING FATALITT IN THE SWAN RIVER. PERTH, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 January 1906
DROWNING FATALITT IN THE SWAN RIVER. PERTH, January 15. | A doable drowning fatality occurred in the Swan River yesterday after noon, the victims being - Abrahams and EL S. Thompson. Several men, including the deceased, were engaged crabbing off Crawley Point, in the vicinity of Sir George Slienton's liouse, when the hat of one of the party (a mail named Casey) blew off into the stream. At first Casey, who was standing waist-deep in water, had no intention of going farther oat in the river to secare his hat, but on the .suggestion of some of his friends'he made an attempt. As soon as he reached deep water Casey was ob served to be in difficulties. He could not return, as the current was too strong. Abrahams immediately went to his assistance, bat he also got into trouble. Seeing the two men were in a precarious plight, Thompson swam out to render them aid. As soon as he reached Abrahams the latter seized him a.nd both disappeared from sight. While Thompson was endeavouring to save A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 January 1906
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 January 1906
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The Northern Times. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1906. THE PILBARRA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 January 1906
The PASTORAL, MIKING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1906. THE PILBARRA EAILWAY. A FEW -weeks back, in commenting on the Pilbarra railway project, we mentioned that the respective merits of the rival routes had been a bone of contention for several years past, and that no effort had been made to come tb a decision as to whether the Port Hedland or Point Samp son (Cossack) route was to be given the preference. We farther pointed ont that as the result of the tendering for the con struction of a line to tap the Pilbarra Goldfield was unsatisfactory, the Govern ment would act wisely in at once appoint ing experts who should finally decide con f cerning the route. The following week, partly as the result of deputations repre senting the rival ports which waited on the Premier, and through the representa tions of Mr. Isdell, the Government de cided to sanction the despatch of a Parlia mentary party, composed of members from both sides of the House, to inspect the routes and port...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 January 1906
w Notice. "ANTED THREE MEN TO WORK ON FENCE. Apply JOHN O'DONNELL, Glenburgh Station, Upper Gascoyne. Sheep for Sale. ABOUT TWO thousand STORE SHEEP, mostly forward condition Nine Hundred Wethers, and Eleven Hun dred Ewes (about). Now travelling to wards Gascoyne. Apply J. E. YOUNG, Drover. Ashburton, December 23,1905. Tenders. TENDERS will be received up till JANUARY 23 next by tbe under signed from persons willing to perform the following work: To ERECT and COMPLETE 22 miles of FOUR PLAIN and ONE BARBED TOP WIRES FENCE of the following specifications near Cooracoolbinja. Mulga posts in. diameter at the crown, 5 ft. long, to be sunk 20 inches into the ground, and to be placed 15 i feet apart. Mulga strainer 7 in. dia meter at the crown, 6 ft. 6 in. long, to be sunk 3 ft. into the ground, and to be placed 220 yards apart, and at the foot of all rising ground, and on each side of all gullies, creeks, and gate ways, and to be properly stayed at all corners and bends. Barbed wire to be...
BUBONIC PLAGUE. PERTH, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 January 1906
BUBONIC PLAGUE. PERTH, January 15. | On Friday afternoon a case of bnbonic plague was' discovered in Perth, the patient being a boy named Pickering, residing at Leederville, and - employed at Wellington-street, Perth. The patient and six contacts were removed to the plagae hospital at Woodman's Point on Saturday. The Fremantle owe is not considered serious, and the patient is reported to be much better. . January 17. Yesterday afternoon it was stated that the boy Pickering, who is suffer ing from bubonic plague, successfully passed through the crisis of the attack on Monday night and his recovery is regarded as assured. The patient Etienne is stated to be on a fair way towards recovery.
SOUTHERN NEWS. RAILWAY ACCIDENT AT COLLIE. PERTH, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 January 1906
SOUTHERN NEWS, RAILWAY ACCIDENT AT COLLIE. PEBTH, January 15 A serious accident occurred on the Collie timber bewers' railway line on Friday. A train of seven tracks and a van was returning from the eon cession and had ascended the hill three-quarters of a mile from Collie. On descending the driver found that the regulator would not act and the brake was therefore useless. He signalled to the guard, who applied the brake, but in vain. The train bolted at a great pace into the station yard, and when just over the Harvey street railway crossing the engine left the line and capsized, ploughing np the permanent way and tearing up the road alongside. Several trucks were derailed, but the van remained on the rails. The fireman, Johnson, jumped off just in time. Yond, the driver, who stuck to the train, does not know how he escaped. The guard, Ross, 6tuck to the brake in the van, and had his foot severely injured when he eventually jumped from it. All had marvellous escapes. Rickerbv, mana...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE,January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 January 1906
/VICTORIA. MELBOUEKE,Jannary 11. j A jockey named Trinder, while riding in the trial handicap at Mary borough to-day, was thrown from his horse, which galloped over him and inflicted injuries from which he died. .The remains o£ an infant were found in a kerosene tin in the river at Benalla by a boy to-day while shrimp fishing. The dead body had been in the water a month. Mildara orcbardists estimate their loss through the recent heat wave at £5,000. West Australian Government four per cent, debentures were offered on 'Change yesterday at £102 15s. . 5 . January 15. . On Saturday 82,35$, bags. of wheat were loaded at Victorian railway stations. This constitutes a record for one single day'js work in the State., January 16. The Postmaster General has been informed that a bag containing thirty two ordinary and -two registered letters were placed on Bradshaw's lannch before the crew of the latter were massacred by blacks at Port Keats, in the Northern Territory. No trace of the letters ...
INTEB-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 January 1906
INTEB-STATE NEWS. . NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydnet, Jannaiy 13. The British barque Ltale was totally destroyed at Newcastle this morning. At daylight the vessel moored alongside ?' the coaling wharf. All aboard were asleep when an hour afterwards a fire broke oat. The barque was beached, by this time being a charred wreck. The vessel had just received 300 tons of coal for istifiening . pnrposes before discharging the balance of her inward cargo. Abont 300 tons of saltpetre were stored in the main hold. Cap tain Balfonr was unable to direct water on the outbreak, as this wonld. only have added greater fury to the burning mass and caused $n explosion. In.ten minutes volumes of fire and I 'smoke were rolling out of the vessel. ! The crew made strenuous efforts to smother the fire, but this was found to be impossible, and they directed tbeir attention to casting the barque off from the wharf in order to prevent Ihe ships alongside catching alight or^ the wharf being destroyed. The re moval of ...
QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 January 1906
QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, January 14. ] . A ^tragedy occurred last night at a woodcutter's campat Charters-Towers. A man named Agnew and a married coaple named Porter were at Agnew's humpy. Subsequently the Porters went home. Later Porter awakened on receiving a fearful blow on the head. He ran across to Agnew's for assistance, bat was attacked by Agnew. Porter managed to get away and wandered about in the bush till this morning, when he was found and taken to' 'the hospital. Agnew was found dead in his hmnpy. He had shot himself with a gnn through the mouth, nsing one of his toes to -pull the trigger. Mrs. Lambert, the wife of a selector at Collingstone Greek, near Towns ville, drowned her two children, aged three years and nine months res pectively, yesterday.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 January 1906
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January 11. j Three tracks containing nitrate of soda caaght fire on the Port Pine Adelaide railway to-day. -The tracks and contents were entirely destroyed. Clem. Hill has permanently retired from cricket. January 16. Allan Leggott, a miner j was brought to the surface in a gig at the Wallaroo mines to-day with an injured hand.: Immediately on being landed he jumped down another compartment of the shaft a distance of 1,140 ft., and was killed. When the party after wards descended into the mine only portions of the deceased's body were found. Iieggott had been in a de pressed state of jmmd during the day. January 17. At an inquest held to-day concern ing the' death of George Stephens, a saddler.^ -deceased:s wife stated Stephens had- been despondent for some time. "She attributed his de- - spondeucy to excessive smoking. In » will made out by the deceased a few days prior to his death he wrote: " Heavy smoking has been my ruin. Seven sticks of fourpenny to...
HOME POLITICS. THE GENERAL ELECTIONS. SUCCESS OF THE LIBERAL PARTT AND DEFEAT OF MR. BALFOUR. LONDON, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 January 1906
HOME POLITICS. THE GENERAL ELECTIONS. SUCCESS OF THE LIBERAL PARTT AND DEFEAT OF MR. BALFOUR. LONDON, January 12. Sir Henry Campbell-Banner man, speaking yesterday at Chester, referred to the Chinese labour problem on tbe Band. He said tbe Government was .-ibound by its predecessors' Chinese contracts. In future the responsi bility would rest jrith the Trnnsvaal legislature. January 13. The Parliamentary general elections commenced .on Friday. The result so ' far show6 that the Liberals are sweep ing the polis. Mr. Balfonr (ex-Prime Minister) was defeated for Manchester East by the Liberal candidate. A great blow has been struck at the Unionist cause by Mr. Balfour's defeat. .Out of 66 seats contested and un contested 34 have -returned Liberal candidates. : January IS. Intense excitement has been caused ^-Manchester .by ;the Jdefeat of Mi. J3alfonr for East; Manchester.* . The ex-Prime Minister, addressing a-meeting at the Conservative Club After the declaration of the poll, "fcekno...
Cablegrams. RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. LONDON, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 January 1906
Cablegrams. RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. LONDON, January 11. ; A thousand Tartars bent on massacre and pillage attacked the Caucasian town of Tiflis. The town was ably defended by Armenians assisted by Georgians and Russians, who were all well armed and fought vigorously. After a desperate encounter they suc ceeded by means -of barricades and bombs in repelling their assailants. -A conflict occurred between Russian ?. soldiers and Cossacks stationed at Irkutsk, a town in Siberia. During the melee hundreds were killed and their bodies thrown into the lake. Eighteen revolutionaries, including . a German named Schmidt, who was the owner of a large furniture factory, have been executed in connection with the Moscow revolt. The crew of a Russian warship . which is undergoing repairs at Elsi Etore, a Danish seaport, have mutinied. Riotous soldiers have looted the stores at Tsitsikar, a town in Man churia. The population fled in panic to the adjoining territory of Mongolia. The Governor of the Cauca...
CORRESPONDENCE. WHAT WE DRINK. To THE EDITOE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 January 1906
CORRESPONDENCE. WHAT WE DRINK. To THE EDITOE. SIB,-One of the greatest questions now engaging the attention of the thinking portion of the community is the drink question and how it affects the social well-being of the people. Undoubtedly the pernicious habit of " shouting," or treating one another to drink, which has got such a deep rooted hold of most men as to become almost ineradicable, is greatly to be deplored. Some men cannot buy or sell a horse or a block of land, or, in fact, transact any business that ap pears important without clinching the bargain with a drink. The habit of drinking any kind of fluid when one is not thirsty is injurious, but what must it be when that drink is of a poisonous nature ? If people could only bring themselves into the way of using the mild effervescing non-intoxi cating drinks cheaply and commonly sold the evils complained of, and that evoked the sorrowful expressions of the Anglican Bishops assembled in Sydney the other day, would be minimise...
GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 January 1906
GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, January II. j Burglars at San Bemo, an Italian town on the Mediterranean, hare stolen jewellery to the value pi £10,000 from the safe of a firm named Busi. January 13. I ' A great rash is in progress to the i Manhattan goldfields, 80 miles north-. east of thegoldfield of Nevada, U.S.A. Four thousand miners have assembled there within a week. Five orphans have been awarded by a Chicago court judgment ~ for £3,500 against three hotel keepers wlio sup plied their father with drink and encompassed his ruin. January 15. M. Durl, a French architect resid ing at Geneva, was murdered'yester day on board a train as it was passing through a tunnel, and robbed of securities to the value of £14,000. Two youths, named Martjuez and George, have been arrested on. sus picion of . being concerned in the crime. January 17. Mr. Winston Churchill, Parliament ary Under-Secretary for the Colonies, speaking yesterday at Cardiff, said' Mr. Chamberlain's plan for the estab lishment of ...
GENERAL ITEMS. PERTH, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 January 1906
GENERAL ITEMS. PERTH, Jannary 12. Two miners named iJearaon ana Hazell were seriously injured at the Association mine, Kalgoorlie, yester day, through a premature explosion. The former had his hands badly fractured and the latter's right arm was broken. Yesterday Sir John Forrest gave a non-committal reply regarding the mmour that he would probably be appointed High Commissioner. Sir John, who is at present in Perth, leaves for London on Monday next. January 15. A tram accident which resulted in the horse attached to a butcher's cart being killed occurred at Fremantle oa Saturday morning. The driver of the cart had a miraculous escape. Mr. W. H. Barker, for some years proprietor o£ the Leonora Miner, in tends establishing a weekly paper at Pert Hedland at the end of the present month. Two railway officials were dismissed on Saturday on a charge of fraudulent conspiracy. It appears that the officers in question gave a pass to one of their friends to travel from Mid land Junction to L...