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SHOOTING AFFRAY AT VICTORIA PARK. PERTH, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

SHOOTING AFFRAY AT VIC- I TORIA PARK. I PEBTH, Angnst 30. | Shortly. before eleven o clock on Monday night Constable "Watt, who is stationed at Victoria Park, received a complaint from two women to the effect that a man named Carr had fired two shots from a revolver at them, neither of which had taken effect. Immediately afterwards, the inform ants stated, Carr proceeded to his tent in the vicinity of Ascot Junction. Constable Watt lost no time in com mencing his investigation into the circumstance^ of the attack on the women. When he reached the tent he found Carr inside, and spoke to him quietly. Carr's reply was to aim a revolver 6hot at the constable, the ballet grazing Watts' coat and lodging in the fleshy portion of his left arm. As he was unarmed Watt was unable to return Carr's fire, and his wound prevented him following his assailant, who immediately after firing the shot made off into the bush. The police are now scouring the district in search of Carr. September 1. Though...

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FATAL ACCIDENT AT GREENBUSHES. PERTH, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

FATAL ACCIDENT AT GREEN-! BUSHES. I PERTH, August 30. | Yesterday evening Frederick Ayers was extracting a cartridge from the magazine of a Winchester rifle at the same time that another man named John Carney was tying a dog np in an adjoining yard. The lever of the rifle got stack in working it. Ayers therenpon jerked it, with the result that he touched the trigger and the rifle exploded. The ballet lodged in Carney's right breast, causing in stantaneous death. The accident hap pened at the back of Carney's hon6e in the main street, Greenbnshes. Carney, who was 45 years of age, had a small selection abont six miles out of Greenbnshes. He leaves a widow and foar small children.

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RAILWAY FATALITY AT BOULDER. PERTH, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

RAILWAY FATALITY AT BOULDER. PEBTH, August 31. j A fatality in which a woman was cat to pieces occurred at the Boalder railway station last night. The vic tim purchased a ticket with the in tention of going to Kalgoorlie. She was not seen alive again. The driver of the Kamballie train reported a bump on the line, and a search re vealed the woman's mangled body, from which the head had been* severed, lying between the rails. The deceased is supposed to be Madam Sara.

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FATALITY AT WORSLEY. PERTH, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

FATALITY AT WORSLEY. PERTH, August 30. ] A shocking fatality occurred yester day at Worsley to a man named Beck. He was unloading logs from tracks at the Worsley mill when a log struck him on the head, fracturing his skall and causing instantaneous death.

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SHIPPING. PORT OF CARNARVON. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 September 1905

SHIPPING. ORT OF CABNAEVON. ASBIVAI. August 26.-Paroo, s.s., A. Mills, master, from Fremantle, via intermediate ports. Passengers t-JTor Carnarvon: D. Harrison, F. W. Hankinson, A. L. Ashford, Miss Yeates, Sept. Burt, T. Gallon, W. Hewett. W. Hecle, A. Campbell, - Steele, W. Hecle, A. Deatter. For Onslow: A. Heave,. J. Clark, C. Blackwell, L.Hague, C. S. Franklin. For Cossack : Mrs. J. F. Dunn and 2 children, Miss Salamon, H. W. Brown, A. E. Cox, J. Mitchen, F.T. Furae. For Port HedlandP.c. Hux- table, - Farmaner, H. Greene, J. Mat- thews. For Broome: Miss Hengison. For Derliy: Dr. Gordon, W. Bristow, J. Perritt, J. W. Atkins. DKPAETUEE. August 27.-Paroo, s.s., for Singapore.

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

Election Legislative Assembly. ROEBOURNE DISTRICT. I HAVE thiB 30th day of August, re ceived from the HOB. the Speaker of the Legislative Assemblyof WeBtern Aus tralia a "WRIT for the holding of AN ELECTION OF A MEMBER FOR THE ROEROURNE DISTRIGT to serve in the Legislative Assembly. The following dates have been fired for the purposes of the said election:- I For NOMINATION, WEDNESDAY, j the 13th day of SEPTEMBER, 1905, at, 12 o'clock noon, at the COURT-HOUfeE, i ROEBOURNE. For TAKING THE POLL in the event of the Election being contested, WED NESDAY, the 27th day of SEPTEMBER. 1905, and I appoint the COURT-HOUSES at ROEBOURNE, COSSACK, and ONS LOW as places at which the POLL will be taken. Dated this 30th day of August, 1905, (Signed) JOHN MAUNSELL, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of Roebourne. Lyons River Station. NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS. IHAYE authorised and instructed my Manages to PROSECUTE all Persons camping on my runs for the purpose of Kangaroo Hunting without his...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 September 1905

Metal Ceilings. Metal Side Walls. is. 3d. per square yard. Note tlie reduction. LARGE STOCKS. Splatt, Wall & Co., PIER ST., PERTH. JAS. CLARK & CO. (ESTABLISHED 1883), ONSLOW, ASHBURTON RIVER. Merchants, Auctioneers, Stock, Station and Shipping Agents. Agents for A.S.S. Co., O.S.S. Co., "W.AtS.N. Co., Commercial Union Assurance Co. SHEEP, CATTLE and HORSES always on hand for sale. Wm. NEWMAN, General Storekeeper and Agent . . . . . . . . Yankee Town . . . . Two Miles from Carnarvon. A full assortment of Groceries, Drapery, Boots, &c., stocked. Chaff and Oats always on hand. HOTELS. tUtf-VOM Ho J. P. PINCOEHBE, Proprietor. 9 This well-appointed Hotel commands a pleasant view of the ocean. THE PRO PRIETOR HAS SPARED NO EXPENSE TO MAKE IT THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE DISTRICT. Country visitors and the travelling public will find thiB Hotel par excellence in all respects, and every care and attention to ensure their comfort can be relied on. The interior of the premi...

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The Northern Times. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1905. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 September 1905

The &8xtljtxn PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. J SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1905. CBOWDED OUT.-Report of a send-off tendered to Mr. Henshaw and other news. CHURCH NEWS.-The Rev. W. Sharp states: Church of England services are now held in the Court-house. On Sunday next, the 12th after Trinity, the services will he: 11 a.m. mattins and sermon, 12 noon holy communion, 8 p.m. evensong and sermon. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Bap- j tisms and churchings should be i£ possible ! administered on Sunday afternoons, as they j should not be held in private houses except ! in cases of necessity. On Wednesdays evensong at 8 p.m. A TEDIOUS CASE.-The case against the native Johnny heard at the local police court on Monday last occupied five hours in the hearing. At one stage (when Mr. Ewing was subjecting a native witness named Rosy to cross - examination) the patience of the Court became exhausted and Mr. Foss exclaimed that enough time I had already been wasted in the hearing of the most sens...

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KANOWNA RACES. Perth, September 7. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 September 1905

KANOWKA EACES. Pekth, September 7 The Goldfields Boeing Carnival was brought to a conclusion at Kanowna yesterday. The results were: Hurdles.-Prince Louis. Trial Handicap.-Eofcaishi. Kanowna Cup.-Perplex, 1; Honeydew, 2; Avalon, 3. Spring Handicap.-Storm Queen. Welter Handicap.-Troubridge. Farewell Handicap.-Smith. Billy Dick, . the aboriginal who violently assaulted two gins and is believed to have caused the death of Michael Thorpe at Groomalling re cently, was arrested last night at Norfcham. On Saturday morning Michael Carr, who on Monday night last fired at two women in Victoria Park, and sixhseqaeiitly"?5h<It~&h3~~wouricIe3 Uon stable Watt, was arrested 33 miles from Kelmscott and about 25 miles from Perth on Saturday. In a recent trip of the ketch Olive from Hamelin to Fremantle a sailor named Tangelsen during a severe gale fell overboard and was drowned in sight of his comrades.

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ASHBURTON NEWS. POLICE COURT.—THE PEARLING INDUSTRY. —A SPLENDID WOOL CLIP.—GOVERNMENTS CONSIDERATION.—MINING TAKING A TURN FOR, THE BETTER-REPORTED EXCEPTIONALLY RICH MINE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ONSLOW, September 1. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 September 1905

ASHBURTON NEWS. POLICE COURT.-THE PEARLING INDUSTRY. -A SPLENDID WOOL CLIP.-GOVERN MENTS CONSIDERATION.-MLNING TAKING ' A TURN FOS, THE BETTKR-REPORTED EXCEPTIONALLY RICH MINE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ONSLOW, September 1. On the 25th ult., at the police court, Onslow, a Cingalese, Sunny Mahomet, alias Willie Abraham, alias Hassan, was charged before the resident magistrate, Dr. Saun ders, with attempting to steal from the till of Mr. R. F. Hope, publican, of this town. It appears he was carrying on a conversation with Mr. Hope on the ver andah of the hotel, when the latter left, him to attend to some business, and passed i through the bar. On returning almost J immediately Mr. Hope found the defendant, who had removed his boots and had evi- | dently followed closely on Mr. Hope when the latter entered the bar. busily trying to j pail out the till. Defendant ran away, but was arrested later. There were several i other convictions at different places against the defendant, who. ...

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SPORTING. KALOORLIE RACES. PERTH, September 4. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 September 1905

SPORTING. KALOORLIE RACES. PERTH, September 4. The final day's racing of the Kalgoorlie Racing Club's annual meeting was held on Saturday. The following are the result*: HUBDI.ES.-Coromandel, 1; Kinglike, 2; Pegasus, 3. GNUHBALLO PLATE -Toora, 1; Floral, 2; Morning Mist, 3. HAMPTON HANDICAP, H miles.-Czaro vitch, 1; The Snail, 2 ; War Chief, 3. Won easily. Time, 2 min. 12 sec. TOTALIZATOR HANDICAP. - Fop. 1 j Naughty, 2; Smith, 3. GNXLMBAXLO PURSE.-Storm Queen, 1; Westward Ho, 2; Westland, 3. FABEWELL HANDICAP.-Honeydew, 1; Barindi, 2; Brown and Black, 3.

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INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. AUSTRALIA v. DR. GRACE'S ELEVEN LONDON. September 4. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 September 1905

INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. AUSTfi.AT.TA v. DR. GRACE'S ELEVEN LOUDON. September^ Grace's Eleren, was concluded oil Satur day, and resulted in a win for the Aus tralians after an exciting game by one wicket. Scores: Djr. Gba.CE'S Eleven, first innings. Grace 2 Quaife ... ... ... ... 8 Arnold 51 Cuffe 19 Jayes 3 Hargreaves 5 Fishwick 43 Brannd 53 Llewellyn ... 0 Pearson 20 Stone, not out ... 17 Sundries 8 Total 229 Bowling.-Armstrong 4 for 139, Cotter 1 for 24, Howell 5 for 34. j Second innings. Grace 22 Brannd 6 Arnold ... ... ... ... 52 Fishwick 3 Quaiffe 23 Llewellyn 50 Pearson 1 Cuffe ... 0 i Stone, not out 25 ! Jayes 7 Hargreaves, ran oat 1 Sundries 11 . Total 201 Bowling.-Armstrong 5 for 69, Howell 3 for 90, Cotter 1 for 10, McLeod 1 for 18. AUSTRALIA. First innings. Trumper ... ... ... ... 52 Hill 50 Armstrong ... ... ... ... 5 McLeod 1 Howell ... ... ... ... 0 Crehrs... ... ... ... ... 10 Darling 31 Noble, not out 37 Hopkins ... ... ... ... 10 Cotter 44 Laver... 15 Sundries ... .....

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ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 September 1905

ATHLETIC SPOETS. A meeting of those interested in the annual New Year sports was held at Fen ner's Port Hotel on Tuesday evening last, the following gentlemen being present: Messrs. C. D. V. Foes, R.M., W. Inkpen; P. Sheard, V. E. Foss, J- H. Noonaa, J. Mor gan, G- AtbinRon, T. Houlahan, G. FOBS. J. Glass, E. Pearson, G. Glass, C. Lindan, and the secretary (F. T. Cowper). In the absence of the president, Mr. G. Baston, who was unavoidably detained, Sir. FOES, R.M., was unanimously elected chairman for the evening. Before dealing with the sports for 1906, the secretary read the report and balance sheet of last New Year's Day Sports, as follows:-"Gentlemen,-The New Year sports of 1905 began with a balance of X8 6s 9d from the old sports association. WeT" collected for the sports a further, sum of J630 Is from 50 subscribers. This, together with JE13 10s 7d for nominations, accept ances, and post entry events and a further sum of JE3, proceeds of a rinpw held on sports night, brought o...

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LOCAL CRICKET. CABNARVON v. BRICK HOUSE. AN EAST WIN FOR, CARNARVON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 September 1905

LOCAL CRICKET. CABNAEVON v. BRICK HOUSE. AN EAST WIN ~EOB, CARNARVON. A most enjoyable match was played on Saturday last on the local recreation ground between the Carnarvon Cricket Club and a team representing Brick House station. The Carnarvon men had first use of the wicket and remained in possession for over three hours, putting up the res pectable score of 167 before the last wicket fell. Of this total, Irvine, who gave a really masterly exhibition of batting, con tributed 69, and lies, whose strokes were also clean and well-timed, 37. With hardly an exception the batsmen proved their right to inclusion in the team, and taken as a whole, the form displayed was far ahead of that of most country clubs. The Brick House team fielded well, Mr. Stevenson, the wicket-keeper, being bril liant. As the game wore on the bowling lost a lot of the sting which characterised the first few overs, and tbe veteran, Mr. Sept. Burt, finished up with the best average, taking 5 wickets for 35 runs, ...

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Cablegrams. RUSSIA AND JAPAN. TERMS OF PEACE TREATY. LONDON, September 1. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 September 1905

Cablegrams. RUSSIA AND JAPAN. TERMS OF PEACE TREATY. LONDON, September 1. As a consequence of peace having been arranged a buoyant tone characterises all departments of the London Stock Exchange. Rossi an 4 per cent*, rose fonr points, and Jap anese stocks two points. The reception by the Rnssian people of the peace treaty, except as regards the commercial clauses, has been re markably apathetic. The general expectation is, now that the treaty of peace has been signed, each belligerent will float a loan to clear the aftermath of the war. _r Rnmonrs are current in Portsmouth that there is a secret agreement be hind the treaty of peace which assures Japan some compensation for war expenditure. It is believed in London that the Japanese were more seriously ex hausted, financially and otherwise, as the resalt of the war than hitherto supposed, and this prejudiced the prospect of a new campaign. The newspapers of Europe and America extol Japan's surprising moderation, foresight and self-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 September 1905

Gascoyne Racing Club. ANNUAL MEETING Of the above Club will be held at CAR NARVON on TUESDAY and THURSDAY, 7th and 9th November, 1905. PATBONS-Sir E. H. Wittenoom, M.L.C., and Br. F. Sholl, Esq., M.L.C. PRESIDENT-W. J. Butcher, Esq, M.L.A. [ COMMITTEE-Messrs. P. Macnish. W. Hatch, C. D. V. Foss, J. W. Laverty, A. Burt, F. Inkpen, P. Ryan, D. J. Hearman, J. A. Morrell, A. Nicol. and H. Campbell. STEWARDS-Messrs. P. Macnish, W Hatch, C. D. V. FOBS, J. W. Laverty, A Burt, P. Ryan, D. J. Hearman. Handicapper-A. H. Hepburn, Esq. JUDGE-H. Campbell, Esq. STARTEB-D. N.'McLeod, Esq. SECRETARY-Wm. Newman. PROGRAMME. FIRST DAY. 1.-Gabcoyne PLATE, of 25 sovs., second horse to receive 5 sovs. out of the stake. One stone over weight for age. Open only to horses bred in the Gascoyne and Ashburton Magisterial Districts, who have not won an advertised race of the value of J&10 or over. Entrance, 25b. One mile. To start at noon. 2.-MINILYA HANDICAP, of 30 sovs., second horse to receive 5 sovs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 September 1905

8(JBS?BIPTI01VS : (POSTAG* INCLTJDKD). £ 8. d. One Tear 15 0 Six Months 0 12 6 One Quarter 0 6 6 ^ ANVBBXIEBFLTS. \ TH* NORTHERN TIMES circulate* amongst the paxloralists, miners, ?pearlers, and business people of the whole Itorth, and therefore will be found a Jirsl-clasi medium for adver tiser*. Rates for advertising on ap plication.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 September 1905

SHIPPING. OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO. LIMITED, AND WEST AUSTRALIAN STEAM NAVIGATION CO. LIMITED. QUICKEST ROUTE TO LONDON via JAVA and SINGAPORE. STEAMSHIPS. SULTAN. MINILYA. 2063 tons. 2744 tons. CAM. P. Townlet. CAPT. E. Richabdson PAROO. CHARON. 2665 tons. 2681 tons. CAPT. A. MILLS. CAPT. L BELL. Fortnightly Services. SOUTH. From Singapore. From Carnarvon about MWIL1A, Sept 3. " 19. PAROO, " 18. October 4. SULTAN, October 2. " 18 CHARON, " 17 " 31 NORTH. From Fremantle. Carnarvon. SULTAN, Sept. 6. September 9. -CHABOIt, - - a ~ 31 * « 24. MINILYA, Oct. 6. October s. 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 6ERALDT0N CARNARVON COSSACK and PORT HEDLAND. J. r!r,A~R.K" & CO., Ons...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF CARNARVON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 September 1905

SHIPPING. POET OF CARNARVON. Arrivals, September 4.-Bullarra, E.a., C. Ulbrich master, from Fremantle. Passengers:-From Fremantle. G. Hutton, ~W. H. O'Brien, Mrs. Butler and iu fant, H. H&nton, Mr, and Mrs. Breen, E. Smith, J. Johnston, J. £. Butterworth, InspectorDre wry, fiev." W. Sharp. For Onslow: H. Ii. Armstrong'. For Cossack: W. Trendirille, W. Smith. For Port Hedland: J. K. Weir, W. Brogan, J. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Harper, M. Brennan, C. and "W. Kerr, Wilson, D. Hunter, T. Bigby, E. Doling. For Broome: Mrs. Willis, J. Metcher. For 3>erV>j : Sergt. McCarthy, F. Pepper, W. Sack, Mrs. Sack and three children, J. H. Bean. For Wyndham: P. W. Millbank, A. E. Tonkin, Mrs. Kelly, J. Jenkins. September 5.-Charon, 8,8., 1. BeUL master, from Singapore. Passengers: - From Siugapore for i Fremantle: Messrs. Hamilton and Cummiito. j From Sourabaya for Fremantle: Messrs. Craig j and Dnrack, Mrs. and Miss Duraek. From Broome for Carnarvon: Mr. Murphy. From Broome for | Geraldto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 September 1905

Election I^esf i slaiive Assembiy. EOEBOUENE DISTRICT. I HAVE this 30th day of August,. ie-_ ceived from the Hon. the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Western Aus tralia a "WRIT for the holding of AN ELECTION OP A MEMBER FOB, THE ROEROURNE DISTRICT to serve in the Legislative Assembly. The following dates have been fixed for the purposes of the said election: For NOMINATION, WEDNESDAY., the 13th day of SEPTEMBER, 1905, at 12 o'clock noon, at the COURT-HOUbE, ROEBOURNE. For TAKING. THE POLL in the event of the Election being contested, WED NESDAY, the 27th day of SEPTEMBER, 1905, aiid I appoint th'e -COURT-HOUSES at ROEBOURNE, COSSACK, and ONS LOW as places at which the POLL Trill be taken. Dated this 30fch day of August, 1905, (Signed) JOHN MAUNSELL, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of Koebourne. Lyons Rivet* Station^ NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS. I HAVE authorised and instructed my Manager to PROSECUTE all Persons camping on my runs for the purpose of Kangaroo Hunting wi...

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