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Obituary. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897

Obituary. London, Tuesday. Steinitz, the great chess player, and from 1866 to about 1894 champion of | the world, is dead. j Blondín, the famous wire-walker, is j dead. - 1

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The Glenbrook Tragedies. STATEMENTS BY BUTLER. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897

The Glenbrook Tragedies. STATEMENTS BY BUTLER. London, Monday. Batter alleges that Lee-Weller com mitted suicide after a boat of drinking, that he nsed a pistol snpplied by him (Butler) and that he (Butler) buried the body himself.

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FOREIGN CABLES. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT] CRETE. THE MIXED FORCE FIRES ON THE INSURGENTS. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897

FOBEiM CIBLES. -? [PROM OTJB COKEESPONDEKT] CRETE. THE MIXED FORCE FIRES ON THE INSURGENTS. London. Monday. The Cretans continue to make skir mishes outside of Canea and the fleets of the Powers haye bombarded1^ camp of the insurgents. King George in a message to the Powers saysithat his patience had become exhausted and that the only reform granted to Crete was the appointment of a mixed gendarmerie which had been worse than useless as it had caused a rising of the Moslems. He has, he says, given precise orders to his army to con tinue the occupation of the island with a view to annexation. Colonel Vassos reports that the fort at Voukoulias was blown up with dyna mite when the Canea garrison marched against the Christians. The Sultan professes to be waiting for the united advice of the Powers in the present conflicting circumstances. He says he is awaiting their decision, j Thirty thousand people assembled in front of the palace of the King of Greece and cheered him. There was a sc...

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NEW ZEALAND. ARRIVAL OF BEN TILLET. Auckland, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897

NEW ZEALAND. ARRIVAL OF BEN TDLLKT. Auckland, Wednesday. Ben Tiller, has been accorded a public re ception at Dunedin. AMONG ICEBERGS. Daring the passage of the ship America from Glasgow to Australia she was among ice for 42 days, and had a narrow escape of being crushed by a hnge iceberg.

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Chilled Butter. INJURIOUS TO HEALTH. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897

Chilled Butter INJURIOUS TO HEALTH. London, Tuesday. A health officer in Wales is prosecat- ! iog a firm for selling Melbourne chilled baiter on the ground that it is injurious to health.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. DEATH OF MR. GEORGE ASH, M.P. Adelaide, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. DEATH OF MB. GEOBG-E ASH, M.P. Adelaide. Wednesday. Hr. George Ash, M.P., partner of Mr. Kingston, the Premier, has died of typhoid fever. He was born in 1851, and came to South Australia in 1877. Af ter. completing his articles, he joined the Premier as a partner. He represented the district of Albert. When studying for the law, he took first-class honors. Previous to this he was editor of the Narracoorte Herald. v. ARTESIAN WATER. An artesian bore at Kopperamana has struck water at 2,800it. Hie flow is equal to. 30,000 gallons daily. THE TELEGRAPH OODE. The Minister has decided, that if Victoria I declines to use the international telegraph j code, Sonth Australia will follow suit. ! THE STRIKE IN THE BOOT TRA DE.Ç The boot trade trouble is not yet settled. Over 1,000 men will come out to-day.

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Shipping. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897

Shipping. London, Tuesday. Arnuals-Illawarra, Argos, Torridon, : Earl of Zetland, Star of New Zealand, and Himalaya. Departures-For Launceston, Cosmo ; for Melbourne. Aberdeen, Anna. The Royal Arthur has sailed for Australia with relief crews for the Australian squadron.

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TASMANIA. THE VAN DIEMEN'S LAND BANK. Hobart, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897

TASMANIA. THE YAN DIEMEN'S LAND BANE. Hobart, Wednesday. The creditors of the Van Diemen's Land Bank have agreed to accept a dividend of 10s, payable in four equal quarterly instalments. DEATH OF MB. B. S. TAYLOB, KATANNING. -News of Mr. Bo be rt Smith Taylor's decease reached Katanning early on Tuesday morning. The deceased had been ailing from an old complaint which had affected him for some years, and finally he succumbed as above stated, the immediate cause of death being acute inflammation of the liver, in duced by hydalids. Dr. Badock had attended him from the time of the first symptoms of illness, and was called for the last time at about three o'clock cn Tuesday morning on bis return from attending the inquest on the young jockey who was accidentally killed on Sunday at the Williams. The deceased was unconscious on the doctors arrival, and re mained so until the bist, his end being pain less. Mr. Taylor was taken ill on the 13th instant, and from that tune never left his bed...

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QUEENSLAND. THE TICK PLAGUE. Brisbane, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897

QUEENSLAND. THE TICK PLAGUE. c Brisbane, Wednesday. The Government Veterinary Surgeon re ports the Townsville and the Lower Bardeidn districts free of tick.

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THE QUEEN'S REIGN. INVITATIONS TO AUSTRALIAN PREMIERS, SIR JOHN FORREST LIKELY TO ACCEPT. MEETING OF MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT. Perth, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897

THE QUEEN'S REIGN. INVITATIONS TO AUSTRALIAN PREMIERS, SIB JOHN FORREST LIKELY TO ACCEPT. MEETING OF MEMBERS OF PABLIA MENT. Perth, Wednesday. Some thirty members of both Houses of Parliament attended in the Legislative assembly refreshment room yesterday to urge that the Premier should accept the invitation to proceed to England and assist at the festivities which will be held in London in June in connection with the Queen's record reign. Mr. G. Leake presided and Sir John j Forrest was present by invitation. I Mr. Leake spoke at considerable length in favor of the Premier accepting the invitation. He moved-" That in the best interests of the colony it is eminently desirable that the Premier (Sir John Forrest) should accept the invitation issued by the Secretary of State for the colonies to visit England in June next and this meeting suggests that the next Parlia ment should not meet until after the Premiers return in the month of August." The resolution was seconded by Mr. S. H. P...

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CRICKET. THE VISITING CRICKET TEAM. THE DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897

CRICKET, THK VISITING CBICKBT TEAM. THE DATES, It is now settled beyond doubt that a team from tbe Eastern Colonies will visit Western Australia this season. On Saturday morning Mr. B. H. Barrett received the following telegram from Mr. Mostyn Evan :-" Team certain ; wire immediately dates of proposed matches ; anxious to make steamship ar rangements." In reply, Mr. Barrett tele graphed the following as the dates on which it was proposed to p ay :-" Fremantle April 13, 14, 15. Perth-April 17, 19 and 20. Coolgardie-April 24, 26, 27. Kal goorlie-April 30, May 1 and 2."-Herald. Iredale is to take the place of Trumble in the team. A proposal is on foot for the Albany cricketers to entertain the visiting Australian team on their arrival here. The following players will represent the North Club in the match North v. West on Saturday :-Shaw, Phillips, Keyser, fox, Allan,. Boord, Miller, Monaghan, Brearley, Tidemann. Hansom ; emergencies, Milne and Bird. The position of captain of the North...

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THE PLANTAGENET RIFLES. RESIGNATION OF CAPTAIN CLABE. A SOCIAL GATHEBING. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897

THE PLANTAGENET RIFLES. RESIGNATION OF CAPTAIN CLABE. A SOCIAL GATHEBING. The Plantagenet Rifle Volunteers held a parade on Tuesday evening in front of the Courthouse. The corps numbers 60, includ ing officers and band, but only about half that number mustered on parade. The pro ceedings were due to the fact that Captain Clare had resigned his command of the com pany and had called in all the arms and ac coutrements which were to be banded in that evening. An inspection of the men's uni forms was first made and then the corps headed by the band marched to the drillshed, where Captain Clare received the kits. An adjournment was afterwards made to the Premier Hotel, the commanding officer having invited them to a social evening. After proposing the health of " The Queen" Captain Clare said he would ask Mr. Duffner to present the. trophy which he had so kindly donated for rifle shooting for the second-class shots. The trophy consisted of a silver cup and was won by Lance-Corporal Evans...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897

IR ANS FER OF LAND ACT, 1893. 26-97 Take notice that Edward Charles Barnett { of Albany gentleman has made application to | be registered as the proprietor of an estât i in fee simple in possession in the following parcel of land situate in the town of Albany and being Albany Town Lot S 25 (containing 2 roods ' 6-10 perches) Bounded on the North by 1 chain 3-10 links of Frederick-street On the South by 1 chain 3-10 links of Stirling-terrace. On the East and West by Lots S 23 and S 26 each measuring 5 chains 2 4-10 linke. The land is more particularly defined on Diagram 379 deposited in the Land Titles' Office. AND FUBTHEB TAKE NOTICS that all persons other than the applicant claiming to have any estate right title or interest in- the above parcel of land ABE HESEBT KEQUIUED to lodge in this Office on or before the 6th day of March next a caveat forbidding the same from being brought under the operation of the Act. ALFBSD E. BURT, BegÎ8trar of Titles. 10th February, 1897. . Laud Titl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897

Shipft&'s;. ,. THEI»ENiNSULAR&OKlÄTÄL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE P. & O. S. If. COM PANY, under contract with the Imperial, New Saith .- " Wales, Victorian, and South Australian Government, will despatch the following steamers for London, calling at Colombo, Aden, Brindisi, Malta, Gibraltar, and Plymouth : Steamers. China... Arcadia Parramatta Ballaarat Bona ... Himalaya Bri tana ia Victoria Toas, Commanda?. Leaving Gauge's Sound. 8G00 50*6 6603 4886 4890 ftMS 6898 653S 6527 P. Harris I* H. Crawford; A. C. loggia C. F. Proton T. S. Angas A. B. Daniell A. W Adamson J.L.Pafitt WDGWorces'er Pebrur'ySr March 13 ; April Tffay _ »> JUBB 27 j 10 Si 8 S3 S 19 BATSS OF PASSAIS MONBT J To London-First Saloon £60 to .£70. Seoond Saloon, £35, £37, A £40. Betnrn Tickets from £65 to JB115. Betnrn Tickets between any of the Eastern ! Colonies and New Zealand are now available for 6 (six) months from date of embarkation. In the second saloon the arrangements nave been ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897

Business O H" M A R C H B, L I M I T E L\ CABöEBG, DIMáSI S CO. Thank their numerous Customers in ALBANY and SUB BOUNDING DISTRICTS for their past magnificent Support, and beg to announce that they hare privately FLOATED THEIR POPULAR STOBES INTO A LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY, the late MANAGING PARTNERS retaining a large Interest in the NEW CONCEBN. ALL OBDEBS FROM ALBANY «rill hare Special Attention and Prices charged and Quality given voil be in keeping with THE BON MABCHE'S PAST BRILLIANT BECOBD. BON MARCHE LIMITED. 165m J^^ Y. HASSELL, & C OY. AUCTIONEERS, LAND, STOCK, STATION, SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND GENERAL AGENTS Agents-Phoa nix Fire Office and National Mutual Life Association of Australia. YORK STREET, ALBANY. 15B£ O H N MOIR & CO Y., MERCHANTS, SHIPPING, COMMISSION, INSURANCE AS» GENERAL AGENTS. ' IMPOBTEBS OF WINES, SPIRITS, & BEEBS. GROCERIES & OILMEN'S STORES. CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVED AND DEALT WITH. GOODS RECEIVED AND STOKED. AUCTIONEERS AND ...

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THE GENERAL ELECTIONS. Perth, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897

THE GENERAL ELECTIONS. Perth, Wednesday. The Premier speaks at Banbury on the 16th of March. Mr. H. C. Bhys-Jbnes has announced him self as a candidate for North-East Coolgardie. This makes the fouith candidate in the field for this electorate.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, and DEATHS DEATH. At Albany on Tuesday 16th instant, Isaac Bertie, second son of Isaac and Jane Williams, of Staffordshire, England ; aged 17. Deeply regretted. 198L

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 2 March 1897

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -.-. ABBIVAL6. SATUBDAY, FBBRT/ABY 27. BABCOO, S.S., from Sydney. Passenger for here : Mrs  Bradley. MACGREGOR, S.B , from Esperance Bay. Pas sengers for here : Messrs Gresham, Elston, and Staniland. CB INA, B.MS., from Eastern Colonies. Pas sengers for here : Mesdames Dankes, N inn, I Coffey, Halliday and infant, Fraser, Small, I Purcell and two children, Vickary, Binns, Wilson, Hames and two children, Sapher ! and child, Preston and child, Lord and two children, Burgess, Temins, Stone, Shanks, Fell, McMeikan, Bodda, Thompson, Zabel, and Wise : Misses Gray, Ward, Thomas, Wilson, Nettle, Wilcox, O'Neill (2), Stone, Williams, Curtis, Dixon, Adelbery, and Phillips ; Messrs Dankes, Boucher, Moss. Marks, Winn, Small, Vickary, Pebertz, Wood, Lightly, Chant, Eel lock, Thomas, Steele, Deane, McNaughton, McDougall, Yance, Clarke, Dobson, Talbot, Wilkinson, Melville, Dodge, Lanyon, Bailie, Cant, Davidson, Cheatham, Hall, Jenkins, Bowe,' Burgess, Goode (2), Preston, Se...

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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 2 March 1897

MINING NOTES. There are signs of a revi vial in the share market. Mr. C. N. Bagot has been appointed War den of Peak HOL Frazer's 8ontfa, Southern Cross, has crashed 275 tons for a yield of U4oz. The " Ikey Mo " is supposed-to have been sold and floated into a company. - The Murchison battery is putting through 500 tons from the Arcadia group. It is reported that a rich discovery has been made at the Warrior MenzieB mine. Two tons of .picked stone from the Queen of the Earth mine returned 240oz. of .gold. : Total exemption has been granted to the owners of the Welcome mine, Mt. Magnet. Four tons of stone are being sent to Adel aide for treatment from Haunau's Beward. Very rich gold has been struck in the Great Eastern lode, Bulong, at a depth of 50ft, A sample of stone from the 80ft. level on the Compass lease has yielded loz. 3dwt. per ton. The Ivanhoe mine, Coolgardie, has not yet struck the lode and at 300ft. the water is in creasing. The Menzies Gold Beefs cleaned up last week a...

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The Benin Expedition. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 2 March 1897

T/ie Benin Expedition. I London, Sunday. j The Benin expedition is returning to j the coast._

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