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THE GLENBROOK TRAGEDIES. CONTEMPT OF COURT. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 13 May 1897
THE GLENBROOK TRAGEDIES. -* CONTEMPT OF CO ÜBT. Sydney, Wednesday. Butler, through his couusel.has obtained a rule nùi against the Sydney Morning Herald, the Daily Telegraph, the Evening News, and Star newspapers for contempt of court in publishing statements affecting his case likely to prejudice him in getting a fair trial. The role is returnable oo Thursday. THE OOOLGABDIE MUHDER.-Or^Tuesday James Conley and Bobert Beid were com mitted for trial at the Criminal Court, Perth f >r the murder of Mary Jane Wain. ADVERTISING OUB TI AI BEB RESOURCES -The Government will place a substantial sano 'on the Estimates for advertising the West Austral ¡au timi .rs. Samples ann lantern slides will be prepared together with statistical information. FKOM THE MOMENT OF BIRTH UFE Corr cDBA SOAP.-It is not only the purest, sweet en"., a d mo t refr. sfcir &lt;r of nursery so .ps, but it cont ina d''lie. .te emollient properties ob tained from Cuticura (ointment), the great skin cure, whi...
TURKEY AND GREECE Defeat of Col. Smolenski. Gallantry of British Volunteers. London, Monday, 6.55 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 13 May 1897
TURKEY AND GREECE Defeat of Col. Smolensk I. Gallantry of British Volunteers. London, Monday 6.55 a.m. It is believed the Salton will accept an indemnity and a slight rectification of the frontier as the terms of peace. The gallantry of a detachment of British volunteers saved the Evzone Regiment at Phersala and the General thanked them. Edhem Pasha has cut in two the army of Colonel Smolensk! and the left wing has retired to Al myro "while the right wing has fled in disorder towards Volo. The fleet at Volo is taking the refugees on board. Thc panic there resembled the panic that took place at Larissa. Steamers packed with people like herrings in a basket have proceeded to Chalcis. The Turks remained outside Volo, with the exception of a single bataliion. Edhem has proclaimed that he will safeguard life and property, and on this proclamation being issued, the people replied with frantic shoats of " Long live the Saltan/' v There are 50,000 Greeks at Domo kos, and the positions they ...
WAGIN-ARTHUR AGRICULTURAL ALLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 13 May 1897
WAGIN-ARTHUR AGRIGUL TURAL ALLIANCE. A meeting of the above Alliance was held on May 1, when the following members were present :-Messrs. A.. Gamming, J. Taylor, H. Lilley, P. Gaunt, C. Fleay, and O. Taylor. Mr. J. Taylor said he had fire new members to propose three of whom were backsliders who were desirous of returning to the fold, aid Mr. G. Fleay seconde 1 that Messrs, 8. Pearse, T. Thompson, B. Sprat*, sen, F. 6pratt, and C. Quartermaine be admitted as members to the alliance.-Carried. Mr. J. Taylor proposed in accordance with notice given last meeting, that this alliance hold its meetings once in three months instead of oace a month ss at present. Mr. F. Gaunt opposed the motion. Mr. EL Lilley also strongly opposed the motion and moved an amendment which was seconded by Mr. O. Taylcr that the hour &lt;>f meeting ba altered from 2 pm, till 3 p.m., which would give those living at a .distance a chance of arriving in time. M r. A. Cumming supported the lamend ment and...
LATEST CABLES. The Terms of Peace. The Turks Advancing on Domokos. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 13 May 1897
LATEST CABLES. The Terms of JPeace. -.> The Turks Advancing on DomoJcos. London, Monday. Usman Lr nazi has been recalled. The Czar, at the request of the Crown Princess of Greece, is using his influence at Stamboul in favor of the arrangement of an armistice. The Crown Princess, despite the quarrel, is also appealing to the Emperor William for help in the matter. The Turks have defeated the Greeks at Ka marina, near Loaroas, with heavy loss. Colonel Smolenski is at Sourpie ex pecting an attack. The Turks in strong force are ad vancing npon Domokos by the Almyro line. London, Tuesday, 6.25 a.m. The military party is pressing the Saltan to exact £3,000,000 from Greece with the retention of Thessaly until the money is paid ; the cession of the Greek ironclads ; the rsclificition of the fron tier of Thessaly and Epirns ; the cession of Âciinm, and the abolition of the Greek capitulions. The Greeks at Domokos are bivouack ing in the open air, and they are subject to cold and rain. Tho...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. MONDAY, MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 13 May 1897
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -» JAERP7ALS. MONDÂT, MAY 10. WOLLOWBA, s.e., from Fremantle. Passen gers for here : Mesdames Geake and child, Williams ; Messrs Geake, Buckley, Jones, Bobinson, Sinclair, McNeill, Alexander and Williams. TUESDAY, MAY II. INNAMINCKA, B.S., from Eastern Colonies. Passenger for here : Mr. A. Lane.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 13 May 1897
Shipping. rE PENINSULAR ¿ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. ' THE P. & O. S. TS. COM PANY, nuder contract with, the Imperial, New South _ _ ' Wales, victorian, and South Austral ian Governments, will despatch the fallowing steamers for London, «nfl jug at Colombo, Aden, Brindisi, Malta, Gibraltar, »nd Plymouth : 1 Steamers. .Himalaya Ocesra.. Victoria Tons. Cominan dar. íieavüig King George'! Sonad. 6603 6527 A. W Adamson E. Stew rt WDGWorcester Jane 22 5 19 .BATES OF PASSAGE MONET , To London-First Saloon ¿60 to .£70. Second Saloon, JE35, JB37, & J640. Beturn Tickets from £65 to £115. , Return Tickets between any of the Eastern Colonies and New Zealand are now available for 6 (six) months from date of embarkation. £n,the second saloon the arrangements hare been thoroughly reorganised, and the accomo dation which the Company now offers is un surpassed. Passage money can be paid here for passage from England. Liberal concessions made to families. Passengers booked to ...
POLICE COURT. ALBANY: TUESDAY, MAY 11. [Before Mr. R. C. Lottie, R.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 13 May 1897
POLICE COURT. ALBAKT : TUESDAY, MAT ll. I Before Mr. B. 0. Lottie, B.M.] Charlea Viertetliausen, who has been re manded on several previous occasions on a charge of being of unsound mind, was again further remanded on the application of the police. Ah Çuétiff was similarly charged and dealt with in the same manner. WEDNESDAY, MAY 12. Patrick O'Brien, and [Henry Slade were charged with being drunk in Stirling-terrace. Defendants explained that they bad come down from Perth to join the German ship -_ Lita, which waa Bailing that day. They pleaded guilty to being drunk, but were dis charged on promising to join their vessel im mediately. ________________ MB. J. McKenzie owner of the Freemasons' Hotel, Albany, informs us that be has decided to make considerable additions to the build ing. THE ESPERANCE TRADE.-Mr. F. Glare, agent for the Adelaide 8.8. Co., informs as that a sum of money was placed on last year's estimates by the Government for the construction of a boat jetty at Israelit...
OUR PERTH LETTER. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Perth, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 13 May 1897
OUR PERTH LETTER. fFBOM Ona Own COBBKSPOSDBNT. \ Perth, Monday. I Since my .last we have had a very busy I week. The elertions really created a little j excitement on Wednesday when the polling took place for all the Perths and Fremantles, I and when results were expected from the Eastern Goldfields. The Morning Herald, Allowing the excellent example set by its Melbourne contemporaries at general election dav, had a large screen erected in front of its office ani on this was printed in large type the names of the varions constituencies and the candidates contesting them. As the re turns came to hand the numbers were posted up, being printed in large block letters. In front of the screen was a powerful arc Ught, so that people standing on the far side of the Terrace con ld read the returns as easily as if it were daylight. Shortly after seven o'clock, i a large bnt orderly crowd assembled in front j of the office, ar i patiently waited till after j IO p.m. to obtain the latest inform...