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VICTORIA. LEWIS WILL CASE. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 15 May 1897
VICTORIA. LEWIS WILL CASE. Melbourne, Thursday. The Lewis will case, in which the wife challenged her husband's will on the ground of undne inflaence on the part of the testator's family and testamentary incapacity, was concluded yesterday. The Chief Justice decided there had been no undue influence, and the will was upheld. BOATING ACCIDENT. Early yesterday morning, Wm. Francis Allen, 15, was discovered unconscious on the beach at Brighton. Close to the lad a boat was found, which had been much knocked about through contact with the rocks. Alien recovered consciousness, and stated that he and his father were out fishing when the wind caught and overturned the boat, rle managed to catch hold of the boat, but did not see his father after the mishap, and did not know how he himself reached the shore. It is feared that the father has been drowned.
INTERCOLONIAL. NEW SOUTH WALES. A CLERGYMAN DBOWNED. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 15 May 1897
INTERCOLONIAL. NEW SOUTH WALES. A CLERGYMAN DBOWNED. j Sydney, Thursday. Tbe body of a man dressed in clerical' at tire was found in the Wooloomooloo Bay yesterday morning. It was subsequently identified as that of the Bev. William M'Crae a Presbyterian clergyman at present unat tached. The deceased came to Sydney from Gunnedah on the 4th instant, and etayed at the Central Coffee Palace until Tuesday afternoon. His movements from that time are not known. The deceased was not in want, and was of temperate habits. Au open verdict was returned. A COMMERCIAL CONFERENCE. A conference of representatives of the Chambers of Commerce of Australia and New Zealand will be opened on Tuesday. The agenda paper is comprehensive, covering subjects of social, commercial, financial and political interest. The delegates will be for mally welcomed by the Mayor on Monday, aud cn Tuesday will be received by the Governor at Government House. Business will be formally commenced ou Tuesday afternoon and wil...
The Advertiser. SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 15 May 1897
SATÜHDAY, MAY" 15, I89F. THE announcement of tbe floatingoftfce timber interests of the Messrs. Mfllar in this colony into a company in LonAjn. i is of some importance to this patt of ti» i colony. For some years now tbe Mesatsi;3 Millar have carried on the chief îndostr^ . ij in this dictrict. They obtained the coa-^" tract for the construction of the Gfei*;';-v Southern linc and ever since have ¡deaf tified themselves with Albany. Ba»wg^| secured a concession from the Govern^ Ä ment of thc karri hills at loAay/íhej cstaWished there mills at which they «sol, ^ the sleepers for the Great Southern JMS?:5* after the contract was finished continued to cut for export. Then came lull in the karri t rade ow'mg partly to the j efforts of the people interested ia jarrah to discredit karri, but experiments trîdi. karri proved tliat it liad no superior fárí^ paving purposes and there came a «fc"v. vival. When karri had established A. i reputation, chiefly through the éoi&kl¿'l prise o...
THE NEW GUINEA GOLDFIELDS LETTES FROM A. WEST AUSTRALIAN MINER. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 15 May 1897
THE NEW GUINEA GOLDFIELDS LETTES FROM A. WEST AUSTRALIAN MINER. Hr. P. Daffier has received the letter below from a friend in New Guinea. It shows tbe sufferings of the gold prospectors io. that country in a strong light, and it also shows bow daring the Australian prospector is in his search for the precious metal. It is as follows : Musa Biver, British New Gu nea, Feb. 18,1897. Dear DuSoer,-I take the pleasure of writing you these few lines, hoping to find you all in good health as it leaves me at present. 1 could not write to you before, as soon after I came over I got in with a party, and went out prospecting up this river, and a very bad trip we had. We met the Governor at Samarai. Be told us that he had got colours up the M usa Biver last year, and that he was go ng up there then, and if we cared about going prospecting he would advise us to go np there. Go we made a party of 12, and Btarted up. The Governor told us if we went up he would leave his steam launch at the mouth of...
OFFENCE AGAINST THE HEALTH LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 15 May 1897
OFFENCE; AGAINST THE HEALTH LAWS. Dallison Bros, batchers, were charged by Hr. C. Keyser, Inspector of Nuisances, with permitting noxious matter to remain on their premises. Dlr. li. T. Robinson, of Messrs. Haynes and BobinBon, appeared for the Local Board of Health. C. C. Keyser said that he had received complaints of the condition of Dallison Bros.' slaughter house, Nelbon-road. at the back of Strawberry Hill and adjoining Mr. Cooper's dairy farm, and inspected it on the 11th instant. Within ten yards of the slaughter house, he found a heap of offal and several beast's heads, which were in a putrid condition. Near by were the remains of a horse which had been partly burnt and from which a great stench was arising. He saw a boy who was employed by Dallison Bros. and told him the place was in a nice state. The boy replied that it was as much as he could stand. Witness then prepared a notice to remove the offensive matter and served it on Mr. Dallison. Two day's later he again visite...
TURKEY AND GREECE Sufferings of the Refugees. The Duke of Sparta Boasting London Wednesday, 6,25 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 15 May 1897
TURKEY AND GREECE -» Sufferings of the Mefugees. The Duke of Sparta Boasting London Wednesday, 6,25 a.m. Eighty thousand refugees are herded at Lamia and they are exposed to the rain and are relying upon private chanty for food. The Turks are still mobilising their forces on a large scale. 8.25 a,m. The Greek com misa ria t has broken down and the soldiers are existing upon bread and cheese and water. There is mach illness and great discontent in the ann/. The Duke of Sparta has proclaimed j that the position at Domokos is so strong that the Greek army will be invincible and that it will soon assume the offensive. The Government and the people of Athens are feverishly anxious for an armistice. The Greek fleet has bombarded Syria in Epirus.
THE BATHURST BURR. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 15 May 1897
THE BATHURST BURR. The journal of the Bureau of Agriculture Bays:-Bathmat,-* The City of the Plaina/* in New South Wales, has acquired the igno minious honor of having its name attached to one of the most noxious weeds known. It is a lasting memorial to carelessness, indo lence or ignorance (or all th iee of these characteristics together} of i's inhabitants for allowing the plant to spread arter it appeared first in their neighborhood. This occurred more than 20 years ago. Since then it has spread to many places in Kew South Wales and into Victoria from this centre. Partly through floods washing its seeds down stream and, to a greater extent, through travelling, sheep having burrs, which are the seed cap sules, attached to their wool, the plant has been distributed. In places it bas become a> veri-able curse, because its burrs are the most difficult of any to remove from wool, thereby depreciating the value enormously. W'lence it was originally introduced into New South Wales ha...
SHIPPING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 15 May 1897
SHIPPING ITEMS. The G.M.8. Karlsruhe is doe here on Thursday from Bremen. The steamer Gabo is due here this evening from the Eastern Colonies. The R.M.S. Cuzco is expected to arrive from Colombo on Thursday morning. Tbe R.M.S. Orizaba is due here this after noon from the Eastern Colonies with mails. The Bteamer Bul larra is due from Fre mantle to-day and will load 60 tons of coal. The steamer Cloncurry is expected late to-night from the Eastern Colonies with 56 tons of cargo. ') ie steamer Waroonga is due here from the Eastern Colonies to-morrow with 70 tons of cargo and 250 sheep and 16 bullocks. The stearne/ Adelaide arrive! from Mel bourne direct at 4.10 p.nu ou Thursday and discharged 70 tons of cargo. Bhe left for Fremantle at 10 p.m. the same evening. CADBUBY'S COCOA. A stimulating and ^sustaining cup-^nade instantly.
LATEST CABLES. The Turks at Domokos. Greek Reserves Refuse to Eight. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 15 May 1897
LATEST CABLES. The Turks at Domokos. , .-+ Greek Reserves Refuse to Eight. London, Wednesday. The Greek warship Peneas has captured a Turkish steamer with 100 soldiers ou board, six guns, and stores. Greek bands are following the Turkish army and plundering. London, Thursday, 6.30 a.m. The ambassadors of the Powers are urging npon the Sultan the granting of an immediate truce, but the Sultan has not yet replied. Greece complains of the delay in granting an armistice, and says it is unfair, especially since she has recog nised the autonomy of Grete,, though England and Russia did not insist that she should do so. The absence of news , from Colonel Smolensk! is causing a fear that a flanking movement is developing. The Turks are within two hours march of Domokos, the right wing being at Karadur, and the left on the Kasi diari mountains. Domokos is therefore exposed to a rear attack which will probably result in the capture of the whole of the army. Unless peace is arranged before the ...
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 15 May 1897
MINING NOTES. The last two crushings from the Premier | mine have yielded 191oz. from 145 tons and j I8O0Z. from 180 tons, making a total of 371oz. ! from 325 tons. | The returns from the Great Boulder Per severance for the past month are as follows : -Stone treated, 700 tons ; yield, l,379oz. 5 J wt. of smelted gold, giving au average of slightly under 2oz. per ton. The first cleaning up of the Lady Bounti ful has resulted in 253oz. of smelted gold being obtained from 125 tons of stone.