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LABOUR TROUBLES IN THE UNITED STATES. London, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 February 1906

LABOUR TROUBLES IN UNITED STATES. Lokdoh, February 3. j The united mine workers of the United States are seeking to raise a strike fond of one million pounds. If successful, 40,000 men come oat on strike in April next. Febraa2y 7. The united mine workers of Ameri ca contemplate beginning on April 1 a strike which involves bituminous as well as anthracite coalfields. It will practically stop the entire coal pro duction of the United States. Two seamen of the British cruiser Carnarvon were tried by court-martial and sentenced to two years' imprison ment for throwing gun sights over board.

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 February 1906

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, February 5. A fire occurred to-day ia a stable at Richmond, which contained four horses at the time. All efforts of the police and those assisting them were directed to saving the animals. The latter, mad with fright, plunged and strained at the halters with which they were tied. As the flames closed round them, and began literally to roast them, their screams were pitifnl. One animal was rescued, though his I coat was singed. An attempt was ' made to get another one oat, but in j its frenzy and terror it threw itself about In snch a way that it becafne caught in some wood work and broke its stifle. The other horses were | more in the heart of the fire, and the | flames quickly burnt their halters ' through. It was impossible to go near them as they plunged about the burning stalls. They were BO terrified that they made no effort to escape, and were roasted alive. February 6. A determined case of suicide took place at Alexander Avenue this morn ing. A man whose ...

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INTER-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 February 1906

INTER-STATE NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, February 4. An examination of the body of Mrs. Gregory revealed the fact that the deceased was stabbed eight times. She was attacked probably while in bed, which was indicated by a cat in one of the sheets. The doctors' opinion is that Mrs. Gregory was first stabbed in the breast; and that she then sprang from the bed and received the other wounds, all of which reached near the heart, severing an artery. While standing on her feet the un fortunate woman received five stabs in the back, one of which passed through her right arm. It has trans pired that the murderer stole some of the deceased's jewellery some days before the tragedy. The boy's mates are of opinion, that it was Quinlan's intention to steal Mrs. Gregory's jewellery in order to get money to take him out of the State. Quinlan was before the court yesterday and was remanded for eight days on a charge of murder. A shark of the grey nose species, 10 ft. long, was caught in the St. G...

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GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 February 1906

GENERAL NEWS. LONDOM, February 3. A cry of " Fire " caused a panic in a Vienna church when a children's service was being held. Six children were killed and thirty others were badly trampled at the bottom of the stairs. February 7. An inrush of water on Saturday entombed five miners in a coal mine in Scotland. The rescuers from an upper seam made a two inch bore and sent food to three of the imprisoned men, and also tools to enable them to reach tlie other two. All of the men were rescued. A five occurred yesterday at an alms house at Rennes, France. Two bodies were recovered, but numerous other inmates are missing. French Government officials forced an entrance yesterday into the Mont pellier Cathedral and took an inven tory of the ecclesiastical ornaments and furniture, while troops restrained the excited crowds outside. Similar scenes of disorder were witnessed at Cherburg and Alencon. February 8. The Johannesburg Chamber of Com merce has approved of a proposal referring the Chin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 February 1906

SHIPPING. ^OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO. LIMITED, AND WEST AUSTRALIAN STEAM NAVIGATION CO. LIMITED. QUICKEST ROUTE TO LONDON via JAVA and SINGAPORE. gTEAMSniPS. «?/ SULTAN. MINILYA. 2063 "tons. 2744 tons. CAFT. P. ToWNIiET. CA.PT. E. Richabdson PAROO. CHARON. 2665 tons. 2681 tons. Caft. A. MILLS. CAPT. I. BELL. Fortnightly Services. SOUTH. From Singapore. From Carnarvon about SULTAN, Jan. 28,1E03 Feb. 11,1906 CHARON, February 11 February 25 MINILYA, Feb. 27 March 13 PAROO, March 13 March 27 NORTH. From Fremantle. Carnarvon PAROO,"February 15 February 17 SULTAN, March 1 March 3 CHARON, March 15 March 18 MINILYA, April 1 April 4 These steamers, built especially for ttie trade, are fitted with, every modern appliance for tlie comfort of passengers. JAVA.-Large reductions made to families and parties. LONDON- Through tickets *1^ issued in conjunction with the P. & 0. Coy., transhipping at Singa pore. Apply to DALGETY & COY, LTD., PERTH FREMANTLE GERALDTON CARNARVON COSSACK and POR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 February 1906

SUBSCRIPTIONS (POSTAGE INCLUDED). £ 6. D. One Year 1 5 0 Six Months ... ... ... 0 12 6 One Quarter ... ... ... 0 6 6 To ADTEBTKBKS. THE NOBIHERN TIHES circulates amongst the pastora lists, miner*, pearlers, and business people of the whole North, and therefore will be found a first-clans medium for adver tisers. Sates for advertising on ap plication.

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The Aorthern Times. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEARLING NEWS. SATURDAY, FEBRUABY 10, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 February 1906

The Horttorn ®«tus. PASTORAL, MINING AND PEAELING NEWS. SATURDAY, FEBRUABY 10, 1906. THE CUTTEB DOBBE.-The catter Dorre was brought into the river on Saturday to undergo a thorough overhaul. Her place on the Hamelin Pool time table for the present trip is being taken by Mr. (x. Baston, jun.'e, cutter Success. DEBBT JETTY AND TBAMWAY.-Extensive repairs in connection with these workB are contemplated, and Mr. Thompson, of the Public Works Department, went north by the s.8. Minilya on Saturday to supervise operations. A NONCONFORMIST CLERGYMAN.-We understand that the Masonic Hall has been let for a period of twelve months to a Nonconformist, clergyman, for the pur pose of holding Sunday Services. The ministrations of the reverend gentleman will, it is stated, commence in March. MB. F. FOLEY.-A letter has been re ceived by a resident of Carnarvon from Mr. F. Foley (formerly manager of Doora warrah station) stating that he bad quite recovered from his recent severe illness. Mr. Foley is ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 February 1906

TOZER & CO., Stock, Station, and General Commission Agents, Roebotjrne, NOR'-WEST. STOCK BOUGHT, SOLD, SHIPPEO and INSPECTED. Drovers and Drovers' Plants arranged for. 'Rooers and Prospectors' Plants supplied on reasonable notice being given. Government Land Sale. | At 11 a.m., FEBEUABY 28. BY AUCTION, at Landing Waiter's Office, PORT HEDLAND Port Hedland Town Lot 170, J620. Sub ject to £500 for improvements. B. CECIL CLIFTON, Under Secretary for Lands. Notice to Creditors. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PflOBATE JUBI6DICTION. . In THE MATTES op THE ESTATE OF SAHAT BIN SAHIB, DECEASED. WHEREAS on the twenty-sixth day of January, 1906, an Order to Ad minister the Estate and Effects of SAHAT BEN" SAHIB, late of Cossack, in the State of Western Australia, diver, deceased, who died on or about the twenty-fourth day of October, 1905, was granted by the Supreme Court of the said State, under the provisions of " The Administration Act, 1903," to the under signed, the Cu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 February 1906

Alex. H. Salmond, Carnarvon. Government Authorised Surveyor. Engi neering Surveys. Levels taken for Water Races. Earth quantities supplied. Mining Surveyor. Properties examined and re ported on. ACETYLENE GAS THE KING OF LIGHTS. Ml. E. GOSS L CO., 451 HAT STREET, PERTH, Are prepared to install this most br'lLiant illaminaut for any kind of lighting, inside or outside. References.-3. Pin com be, hotel, Carnarvon W. E. Fenner, " " CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. Wm. E. GOSS & CO , 451 HAT STREET, PERTH. DAVIS, HANKINSON & CO., MOIR'S CHAMBERS, PERTH, AND CARNARVON, General Contractors. Boring Engineers for Artesian Water and Minerals. MACHINERY AND MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS. SUPPLT: Hand and Steam Boring Plants. Railway and Tramway Material. Water Supply Requisites. Oil Engines for all purposes-from 2 to 150 b.p. BETHELL & THURSTON, Furnishing Ironmongers and Importers, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, FOR Enamelware, Tinware, Bedsteads, Meatsafes, Hollow ware, Lamps, Mangles, Wringe...

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THE FAR EAST. LONDON, February 6. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 February 1906

THE FAR EAST. .LONDON, February 6. i Russia is arging China to open j Manchuria on equal terms to all nations. She is applying for mining concessions in Mongolia and commer cial privileges in Chinese Tarkestan. Fearing that the Russian line of advance is about to shift from Man churia to Mongolia and Turkestan, China is strengthening her relations with the Mongolian princes and people. Agitation against foreigners is rampant in Central and Southern China. The young and progressive Chinese are growing impatient at the slow development of reforms. The stability of the present Regime is re garded as insecure.

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A MILK CART IN TROUBLE. PERTH, February 7. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 February 1906

A MILK CAET IN TROUBLE. PERTH, February 7. At half-past one yesterday morning residents of Lake-street between New Castle and Brisbane - streets were ft wakened by a load crash, followed immediately by cries for help. In a few minutes people made their appear ance from many houses, clad in all sorts of night garments. They f onnd that a hooded van, which contained a large number of bottles of pasteurised miik, had capsized and the lacteal fluid was streaming down the water tables. The driver of the vehicle had fallen on his head in the midst of a sea of broken glass bottles. The harness was unfastened and the horse was soou released from its painful position. Kxtensire damage was done to the vehicle, only the hood and a few bottles of milk escaping destruc tion. When the unfortunate driver, who sustained injuries to one of his wrists, collected the remnants of his stock, it was found that a large quantity of butter which had been in the van had been pilfered. It is stated that 45 lb...

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A GENEROUS DONATION. LONDON, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 February 1906

A GENEROUS DONATION. LONDON, February 5. Lady Stratlicona, wife of the Cana dian High Commissioner, has con tributed £10,000 to the Queen's un employed fund, with the stipulation that £9,000 were to be devoted to assisting the emigration of deserving workers to Canada.

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EXCITEMENT IN A MENAGERIE. MELBOURNE, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 February 1906

EXCITEMENT IN A MENAGERIE. MELBOURNE, February 4. i Something like a panic was caused by a fight between a Ifubian lion and a tiger at Bostock & Worn well's circus daring a matinee performance at Ballarat yesterday. In the coarse of the performance the trainer Marco enters one of the cages and pats a lion and tiger throngh a series of tricks, the lion entering the tiger's cage for the purpose. On this occa sion throngh some mischance an on tamed lion also stepped into the cage. The tiger struck -with its paw at the intrnder, and in an instant the two beasts closed. The trained lion also evidenced a disposition to join in the fray. The crowd of women and children that had pressed aronnd the caves screamed loudly and fell back in confusion, numbers being knocked down. The excitement spread to the rest of the animals and birds in the menagerie, and for a few minates the din was deafening. Eventually the attendants with long poles forced the untrained lion into his own compart m...

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EATALITY AT FREMANTLE. PERTH. February 5. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 February 1906

LITY AT FRE MANTLE. PERTH. Febrnarv 5. One of those sad accidents which impress one with the uncertainty of life occurred at Fremantle on Friday, when Thomas Ryan, a contractor, was buried alive iii a well at East Fremantle. Particulars of the fatality ; show that Ryan was instructed to fill in a well situated on some property owned by W. E. Hendy on the Canning Road, East Fremantle, and which property is sublet to Mrs. Cameron. It appears that the unfortunate man in company with an assistant went to the place at nine o'clock on Friday morning. The well was originally 40 ft. deep, but owing to the accumu lation of rubbish the depth had been reduced by 10 ft. The wall of the well was composed entirely of sand. Ryan entered the well to remove the wooden battens at the bottom, when the sand at once commenced to fall in. An attempt was made to haul him to the surface, and he was pulled up to within ten feet of it, bnt the influx of rand dragged him down again.. Mrs. Campbell made a hero...

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GENERAL CABLES. A CHINESE PUNISHMENT. LONDON, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 February 1906

GENERAL CABLES. A CHINESE PUNISHMENT. I LONDON, February 3, ! L Chinese policeman in tbe employ of the British municipality at Tien Tsin, while enforcing traffic orders on the occasion of the visit of the Vice roy, lightly touched one of his ex cellency's outriders with a baton. The municipality, -wishing to avoid inci dents similar to those at Shanghai, apologised and handed the offending policeman to the authorities condition ally on his being leniently punished. The result was that the Chinese in flicted on the policeman one thousand blows with a bamboo and condemned him to three years' hard labour.

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RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. LONDON, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 February 1906

RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. I i LONDON, February 5. The Moscow prisous hold at the present time fonr fold the number of prisoners which they are designed to accommodate. Many prisoners arc mere boyp of fourteen. These are 6tated to be half starved. The marshals and nobility of Russia concur in predicting a terrible agrarian crisis in the spring. In view of this ominons forecast all the Cossack regiments are being mobilised. February 8. The peasants in the Kherson dis trict have destroyed local mansions and killed and maimed numbers of cattle. In some cases horses were fastened to the sails oE windmills, whirled in the air and dashed to pieces. Straw soaked in kerosene was tied to the tails of other horses and then lighted. The animals being maddened with pain, stampeded and died exhausted. A new sect calling themselves the Tsaritzinsko, worshipping Father John, of Cronstadt, who is credited with working miracles, has arisen in Russia. Its disciples having deter mined to offer a human sacrifi...

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AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE. LONDON, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 February 1906

AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE. LONDON, February 3. The president of the Equitable Life Assurance Society has announced that the society will cease to accept new business in Australia and other un profitable quarters of the world. February 5. A legislative committee of the United States House of Representa tives has submitted a drastic report for the reform of American insurance companies. They recommend the payment of annual dividends, the settlement of claims within thirty days of the proof of death, curtailment of the present extragavant salaries, reform with regard to investments, and a fair ballot for officers. The committee add that publicity is demanded in order to secare policy holders against devious management and subterfuge. They further recom mend that life assurance companies should be forbidden to control sub sidiary companies.

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ALLEGED SMUGGLING. LONDON, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 February 1906

ALLEGED SMUGGLING. Tirwnmr. Fehrnarv 3. The Standard is responsible for the statement that a Customs inspector at Galveston, a port of Texas, U.S.A., has seized the German training ship Grossherzogin Elizabeth for smuggling and selling to tavern keepers quan tities of wines and other liquors. The ship's officers had been the guests of the Customs officials.

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TFIE PARLIAMENTARY PARTY. PERTH, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 February 1906

TJFIE PARLIAMENTARY PARTY. PERTH, February 9- ] j The members of .the Parliamentary pur by reached Marble Bar yesterday a'i'ter having been as!far as Mosquito Creek and Nuilagitie. They seem deeply impressed with the extent of atiriferoQs countiy, bat expressed re gTet at seeing so many places depopa lated. They think the possibilities of the district are great with altered conditions such as a railway "would give. The French mail steamer Sydney pat into King George's Sound on Wednesday owing to an accident to her machinery. Twenty-four hours after the vessel resumed her voyage to Fremantle.

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, February 7. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 February 1906

QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, February 1. j It is estimated that the damage caused by the cyclone at Greraldton amounts to £150,000. The damage to the town buildings was £10,000, and that of cane crops £5,000. The balance is represented bj loss in the banana industry. It is said that 80 per cent, of the plants were uprooted, faking with them the young suckers, which means there will be no crop until next year. The coastal 6teamers which took large cargoes of bananas weekly from Northern Queensland have been deprived of that freight. One Chinese merchant who paid £300 weekly in freight is now paying £30. Henry Craig and George Mahony were brought before the Brisbane police court to-day on the charges of breaking and entering the Mudgee Railway Station, a store at Kangaroo Point, and the Nundah Railway. Sta tion. According to the evidence of Constable Kennedy, Craig is wanted in Melbourne on a charge of alleged murder. When the prisoners' lodg ings were searched a complete burg lar's outfit w...

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