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WEST KIMBERLEY REQUIREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 February 1906

WEST KIMBERLEY EEQUTEEMENTS. On Thursday morning & deputation con sisting of Messrs. J. Jfcoae, A. G. Rose, Edwin Hose, J. Blythe, and Surveyor Crossland, introduced by Mr. Arthur Male, M.L.A., waited npon the Minister for Lands and made the following re quests :-That a road be opened through the Leopold Ranges from a point 100 miles north of Broome, to enable settlers to get supplies through by waggon; that the rabbit-proof fence be extended in a semi circle eastward so as to torn the rabbits back into the desert country; and that a test bora be put down on the Meda station, in the Fitzroy district. Mr. Male said the estimated cost of the road proposed would be about £1,500. At present settlers were unable to take provisions over the Leopold Ranges by waggon, and had to use pack horses. To obviate this diffi culty they required a sufficient sum to be ex pended to make a road and thus open up the country. The Minister, in reply, said it was the duty of the Government to as s...

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THE FAR EAST. LONDON, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 February 1906

THE FAB EAST. L LONDON. February 9. China, besides stipulating that Rus sia shall fix the date for her evacuation of Harbin and the relinquishment of the land and mines seized in Man churia, requires the repayment of 15,000,000 taels which China con tributed to the capital of the Russo Chinese Bank. February 11. It is reported at Tokio that after the conclusion of the recent negotia tions -with Bussia, China requested Great Britain to evacuate Wei-Hai Wei, a fortified port on the Shantung Peninsula, -which was leased to Great Britain so long as Russia should hold Port Arthur., February 13. Owing to the Chinese Government taking no effective steps to prevent an anti-foreign movement in China, fresh troops are being sent from the United States to the Phillipines, to be in readiness for emergences. February 14. Chinese troops from Paoting-Fu have been sent to Manchuria to suc ceed the Japanese, who are with drawing. February 15. The New York Herald's corres pondent at Washington states...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 February 1906

SUBSCRIPTIONS (POSTAGE INCLUDED). JB e. D. One Year 1 5 0 Six Months 0 12 6 ONE Quarter 0 6 6 To MISBBS. THE NOSIHSBN AUS circulates amongst the pasta/mists, miners, pearlers, and businu*'^0ople of the whole North, and a&cforf&oM be found a first-class mecMUmfor itdvcpp* Users. Bates for adrmrtittBjjr'^'xntap' plication,.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 February 1906

SHOPPING. 4GEAN STEAMSHIP CO. LIMITED, AND WEST AUSTRALIAN MAM NAVIGATION CO. LIMITED. QUICKEST BOUTE TO LONDON via JAVA and SINGAPORE. STEAMSHIPS. * SULTAN. MINILYA. 2063 tons. 2744 tons. CAPT. P. TOWNLEY. CAPT. E. BICHABDSON PAROO. CHARON. 2665 tons. 2681 tons. CAPT. A. MILLS. CAPT. L BELL. Fortnightly Services. SOUTH. From. Singapore. . From Carnarvon about CHABON, February 11 February 27 MINILYA, Feb. 27 March 13 PAROO, March 13 March 27 NORTH. From Fremantle. Carnarvon PAROO, February 15 - February 17 SULTAN, March 1 . March 3 CHABON, March 15 March 18 MINILYA, April 1 April 4 These steamers, built especially for tlie trade, are fitted with every modern appliance for tlie comfort of passengers. JAVA.-Large reductions made to families and parties. LONDON.-Through tickets ^Sssped in conjunction with the P. & 0. Coy., transhipping at Singa pore. Apply to DALGETY & COY., LTD., PERTH FREMANTLE GERALDT0N CARNARVON COSSACK and PORT HEDLAND. CLABK & CO., Onslow....

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SHIPPING. PORT OF CARNARVON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 February 1906

SHIPPING. OF CARNARVON. Aerivais. February 13.-Sultan 8.8.,P. Townley mas ter, from Singapore. Passengers for Fre mantle.-From Broome: Capt. Biddies, Miss Biddies, W. J. McKenna, £. H. Hunter, E. T. Cowen, Master F. Owen, P. Maurice, A. Petsaliee, Master Gonzales (two), J. Thompson. From Port Hedland: J. Brind, H. Coppin, H. Soames. S. Craw ford. From CoBsack: Mrs. Laurence and three children, Mrs. Moore. R. W. Powell, E. Stewart, Master Bodgers, L. Hague, J. Fitzpatrick. From Onslow: E. E. Price, W. G. Price, W. Newell. For GeraldtoD. From Cossack: A. B. Smith. From On slow : B. F. Hope, Miss Hope, E. G. Price. For Carnarvon.-From Sour&b&ya: J. J. Wilkinson. From Port Hedland: H. Woolcott. depastubxs. February 13.-Sultan for Fremantle. Passengers.-For Geraldton: Miss Mc Dowell, Mr., Mrs., and Miss Byan. For Fremantle: Mrs. Delfs, Miss Stevens, Messrs. F. Filgner, A. McLeod, B. Burt, F. W. Hankinson.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 February 1906

TOZER & CO., Stock, Station, and General Commission Agents, Eobboubnb, Nob'-WEST. STOCK BOUGHT, SOLD, SHIPPED and INSPECTED. Drovers and Drovers' Plants arranged for. 'Rooers and Prospectors' Plants supplied on reasonable notice being given. Lower Gascoyne Roads Board. REVISION COUET. AN OPEN COUET for the REVISION of the ELECTORAL LIST for the Lower Gascoyne RoadB Board District will be held at the office of the above (Jubilee Library) on TUESDAY, the 20th FEB RUARY, at noon. Lists can be seen on the door. *. WM. NEWMAN, Secretary. Carnarvon, February 8th, 1906. fflinilya Roads Board. REVISION COURT. AN OPEN COURT for the REVISION of the ELECTORAL LIST for the Minilya Roads Board District will be held at the Jubilee Library on TUESDAY, the 20th -FEBEUAEY, at 11 a.m. Lists can be seen on the door. WM. NEWMAN, Secretary. Carnarvon, 8th February, 1906. Carnarvon Municipal Council. APPLICATIONS will be received un til noon of TUESDAY, the 27th FEBRUARY,' for position of EANGEB ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 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 OE LIGHTS. WM. E. GOSS k CO., 451 BAY STREET, PBRT3EI, Are prepared to install this most brilliant illaminant for any kind of lighting, inside or outside. References.-J. Pincombe, hotel, Carnarvon W. E. Fenner, " " CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. Wm. E. GOSS & CO., 451 HAT STREET, PEETH. DAVIS, HANK1NSON & CO., MOIR'S CHAMBERS, PERTH, AND CARNARVON, General Contractors. Boring Engineers for Artesian Water and Minerals. MACHINERY AND MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS. SUPPLY: Sand and Steam Boring Plants. Railway and Tramway Material. Water Supply Requisites. Oil Engines for all purposes-from 2 to 150 h.p. BETHELL & THURSTON, Furnishing: Ironmongers and Importers, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, - FOR Enamelware, Tinware, Bedsteads, Meatsafes, Hollow ware, Lamps, Mangles, "Wr...

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MINING DISASTERS. LONDON, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 February 1906

MINING DISASTERS. I LONDON. Februarv 10. I An explosion, resulting in a number of lives being lost, has occurred at the Perell Colliery, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. Thirty-fiye persons were killed. A shocking mining disaster is re ported from Johannesburg. Owing to heavy rains Rudd's shaft, on the South Rose Deep Mine, on the Band, suddenly became flooded. Fifty-five natives, who -were working below, were drowned.

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BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 February 1906

BOARD OF HEALTH. The minutes of the previons meet ing were read and confirmed. A letter was read from Dr. Hickin botham reporting two cases of tuber cular phthisis, both patients being aboriginals. The Central Board of Health wrote stating that a copy of the model by laws had been forwarded and sug gesting that the local board should frame their by-laws in accordance with these as far as practicable. Accounts from Baston & Co., W. Newman, G-. Howard, and the NORTH ERN TIMES were passed for payment. COLLECTION OF SANITARY FEES. The Mayor stated that the sanitary labourer had complained to him of the excessive amount of work he h&d to do, and had stated he would refuse to collect sanitary fees in the future. He (the Mayor) considered the work was too much for one man, and they could not get anybody else to take the billet. Or. Mansfield said the board had' not tried, but if applications were invited for the position he did not think there would be any lack of applicant...

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LABOUR TROUBLES IN THE UNITED STATES. LONDON, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 February 1906

LABOUR TROUBLES IN THE UNITED STATES. LONDON, February 9. | The anthracite and bituminous coal companies of the United States are storing immense stocks in preparation for the th reatened strike. The anthra cite companies expect to store twenty eight million tons of coal, sufficient for half a year's campaign-.

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Cablegrams. HOME POLITICS. LONDON, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 February 1906

Cablegrams. * HOME POIiITICS. LONDON, February 10. Mr. Mason, the unsuccessful Liberal candidate for the Tradeston division o£ Glasgow, will oppose Mx. Balfour s candidature for the City of London seat rendered vacant by the retirement of Mr. Alban Gibbs. The new House of Commons is now complete. The state of the parties is as follows : Liberals """ ... ... 338 Unionists ... ... 141 r Nationalists ... ... 81 Labourites ... ... SO A February 13. engthy speech yesterday Mr. Balfour said his policy was designed to diminish the burden of a hostile tariff imposed on British industries, and to aid in preserving those neutral! J| markets still remaining to them. Also I to preserve in the self-governing f colonies some branches of industrial enterprise where they might be allowed to compete on equal or nearly equal terms. It was a policy intended to maintain op increase Toreign markets for British manufacturers. Protec tion was not an attempt to keep or increase foreign markets; it was an a...

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BUBONIC PLAGUE. PERTH, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 February 1906

BUBONIC PLAGUE. PERTH, February 12. The immunity from bubonic plague which Fremantle has experienced for the past seventeen months came to an: end yesterday when three cases were discovered almost in the centre of the t6wn. - February 15. Giovanni Fiori, proprietor of the Australian Wine Saloon and Boarding House, who was found to be snfiering from bubonic plague on Monday morn ing, and whose condition from the first was regarded as extremely serious, succumbed to the malady at the quarantine station last evening. His remains were cremated to-day. The deceased's -wife and son, who are also suffering from plague, are reported to be progressing well. Februarp 16. Consternation was caused at Fre mantle yesterday by the discovery of another case of plague. Dr. Ander son, the special plague officer, was called to attend Donald Gil more, aged 3, who.had suddenly become danger ously ILL The doctor found the child to be suffering from plagne and in a dying condition. The child succumbed a f...

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GENERAL CABLES. SOUTH AFRICA. LONDON, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 February 1906

GENERAL CABLES. SOUTH AFRICA. LONDON, February 10. There are indications- that Lord Elgin, Secretary of State for the Colonies, has decided against promul gating an electoral law for Transvaal on a population basis. Some widen ing of the franchise, however, is ex pected. A Chinese gang murdered a store keeper, near the Timor mine, West Hand, yesterday. The murderers de camped without robbing the store. The natives near Richmond, Natal, have announced their refusal to pay the poll tax. Two armed natives have since been arrested. Yesterday the trouble assumed a more serious aspect. Forty armed Zulus am bushed a party of police, and their ringleader contemptuously struck In spector Hunt in the face with the flat of his assegai, whereupon the in spector shot his assailant dead. A melee ensued, in which the inspector and a trooper were killed. The rest of the troopers were compelled to re tire, one riding for miles with an assegai in his back. Martial law has been proclaimed. The carbine...

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RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. LONDON, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 February 1906

RUSSIA'S TROUBLES. T' LONDON, February 10. I.. There is a recrudescence of the dis affection among the Russian fleet at Sebastopoi. Several officers Lave been arrested. Subsequent to their arrest a woman, whose identity is not jet established, wounded Admiral Chuknin, the Commander-in-Chief. A sentry rushing into the office where the admiral was attacked, killed his assailant on the spot. ^^ndouroy, chief of the police in therrovernment of Penza, has been assassinated. The assassin was ar rested. - ...j , .. The Chief of the Police, Kutais, in Russian Trans-Caacasia, has also been murdered. The number of political prisoners in Russia is estimated at 75,000. The Russian Government has granted bond owners £3,500,000 sterling towards recouping their losses consequent on the agrarian riots. Their total losses In this connection are estimated at £10,000,000. February 11. Testerday at Warsaw a boy threw a bomb at four gendarmes. A terrific explosion followed, all four men being killed. Th...

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CORRESPONDENCE. LEGALISED PIRACY. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 February 1906

CORRESPONDENCE. LEGALISED PIRACY. To THE EDITOR. SIB,-I beg a small space in your columns in which to set out my opinion of the in iquitous charges for parcels and luggage made by those who control the local jetty and tramway traffic. I hare travelled far and wide in Australia, by every known conveyance, during the last 30 years, and have often paid pretty stiff charges by pack horse and camel, but never yet have I seen the prices charged for your three miles of jetty and tramline paralleled. I was charged Is. fare for myself in a track sitting on my own baggage, Is. each for four packages of personal luggage, and, when I objected, was informed that I was let off well, as one Bmall package (weigh ing 31bs.) was not charged for. When speaking of the above to some friends, I was informed that even if a person carried their own luggage along the jetty they could be made to pay. If this is so, then good-bye to the boast that Australia is a free country. It has long been said jokingly th...

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SPORTING. CANNING PARK RACES. PERTH, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 February 1906

SPORTING. CANNING PARK EACES. PEBTH, February 12. The February Meeting of the Canning Park Turf Club was held on Saturday in the presence of a large attendance. The results -were as follows - Hurdles, If miles. "Williambnrj 1 Lyddite 2 Manilla 3 Time, 3 min. 23 sec. Park Handicap, 5 furlongs. Lady Flo 1 Eland 2 C-larus 3 Time, 1 min. 4 2-5th sec. Canning Handicap, 1 mile 150 yards. Smith 1 May King 2 Green Mountain 3 Time, 1 min. 54 sec. Trial Stakes, 5} furlongs. Bivalve 1 Aqua 2 Westland 3 Time, 1 min. 10? sec. Galloway Handicap, 5$ furlongs. Silverbird 1 Sheila 2 Brunswick 3 Time, 1 min. 12 sec. Farewell Handicap, six furlongs. Mark 1 Bathsel 2 Young Panic 3 Time, 1 min. 18 sec.

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MISHAP ON A MAIL BOAT. PERTH, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 February 1906

MISHAP ON A MAIL BOAT. PEBTH, Febrnaiy 12. Owing to a mishap in the engine room when nearing Itottnest jester day, the R.M.S. Britannia broke down off the island. Several hoars' delay was caused by the accident, although the mail boat was towed to Fremantle without farther damage being done. February 14. As the result of an examination yesterday into the cause of the acci dent in the engine-room of the Brit annia, it has been ascertained that the standards securing the lining of the ship's pressure cylinder carried away. New standards were fitted by the Western Engineering Co. The re pairs were completed shortly after miduight, and the vessel resumed her voyage to England early this morning.

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A PFCULIAR DEATH. PERTH, February 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 February 1906

A PFCULIAR DEATH. PERTH, February 14, Strange circamstances surrounding the death of a girl named Ida Motteram at Claremont yesterday formed the subject of inquiry by the police. As the result of this it is concluded she met her death by misadventure. It appears the girl was oat picnicinjl -with some friends during the early part of the evening. In returning home late at night she fell over the kerbing of the footpath on to the hard road, receiving such injuries to her' head that she died shortly after reach ing home.)

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SOUTHERN NEWS. A MISSING MAN. PERTH, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 February 1906

SOUTHERN NEWS. « A MISSING MAN. PERTH, February 12. Early yesterday morning Sub Inspector Duncan was informed that the whereabouts of O. W. Chilcott, who was in partnership with C. EL Henderson, an ironmonger carrying on business at the corner of Barrack and Murray-streets, could not be ascertained. The missing man was last seen at eleven o'clock on Sunday morning. Immediately on receipt of the report a detective, a plain-clothes constable, and a mounted constable were detailed to institute a search for the missing man, but up to a late hour last night the search was ineffective. February 14. The police were engaged all day yesterday in an endeavour to trace the whereabouts of Chilcott, but with out success. It has been ascertained that in several respects the informa tion published yesterday was incor rect. Chilcott was not nor had he ever been in partnership with Hender son, nor did he live on the latter's premises. As a matter of fact Chil cott was a boot merchant carrying on bus...

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FIRE IN PERTH. PERTH, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 February 1906

FIRE IN PERTH. PERTH, February 15, I A fire broke ont at tbe Shaftesbury Coffee Palace, Stirling-street, last night. Tbe caupe of the outbreak is not known, bat it is surmised it was due to the fusion of an electric wire. It is estimated that the damage done was considerably nnder £100. Though the exact amount of insurance could not be ascertained last night, Mr. Shafto, the proprietor of the coffee palace, thought it was insured for £4,000.

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