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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 May 1897
MINING ? NOTES. Lake View cyanide plant has started work Bobinson mine, Kanowna, has obtained 5iloz. from SIO tons. The Morning Star's last crashing gare 385oz from 700 tons. The Lady Boontif ni's second crashing was 123oz. from 91 tons. There was Blight improvement on the Perth share market on Tuesday. It has peen decided to wind np Hannan's Berd Proprietary mine. White Feather has cleaned np for the month with 193oz. from 157 tons. The Mount Magnet Proprietary's last crashing was llloz. from 90 tons, s There is an alluvial rush on at Niagara. Two half ounce slugs have been found. The output of the ivanhoe for the past psst month was 1,915oz. of smelted gola for 820 tons. Up to, the present the Ivanhoe has turned out 14cwt. 131b. of gold.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 May 1897
OAS B Y'S "WAHOO." THE BE MED Y OF THE ÂGE. For Indigestion, Liver and Kidney Com plaints, Piles, Loss of Appetite, Sick Headache. LOASBY'S is a purely Herbal Tonic and WAHOO marvellous cures in all the Eastern Colonies and New Zea land after doctors and patent medicines of all kinds failed to even relieve. Cares effected by LoasLy s *' Wahoo " have been subjected to impartial in vestigation by the N.S. Wales Press, and pronounced genuine recoveries. LOASBY'Ö is guaranteed to cure the worst case of Dyspepsia, lt stimulates WAHOO the whole system, and is the Loasby'e '* Wahoo," órice 3s, from all Chemists and Storekeepers. Wholesale Agents OBLANDO J. KEMPTHOBN, Mr/BBAY-STBEET, PEBTH. 162Í laxative. "Wahoo" has effected most powerful Tonic made. XTßAOBDINARY OPPOR I TUNOT. PROM THE FACTORY DIRECT IO THE CUSTOMER. Oar Company is selling direct to the customer, thus procuring for the latter a' donble economy, namely, the profit of the wholesale dealer, and the more considerable one of t...
THE QUEEN'S REIGN. THE ALBANY TOWN COUNCIL ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 May 1897
THE QUEEN'S REIGN. THE ALBANY TOWN COUNCIL ADDRESS. Ât last meeting of the Albany Town Coun cil a committee consisting of the Mayor and Crs. Knight and James, was formed to draft an address for presentation to the Queen in coonee'ion with the Diamond Jubilee, 'the Committee immediately set to work, and the illuminating of the address was placed in the hands of Mr. J. Gribble, who completed the work in a most artistic manner. The capitals are beautifully colored and reflect great credit on the artist. On Tuesday the address was. photographed and afterwards sent by die. train in the afternoon to Perth. All the municipal addresses will be forwarded to Her Majesty by the mail steamer on Saturday next. The following is a copy of the address :- . " To the* Queen's Most Excellent Majesty. " May it please your Majesty, " We Tour Majesty's loyal hud dutiful sub jects, the Mayor and Councillors of the Town of Albany, in the province of Western Aus tralia, humbly approach Tour Majesty, at this...
TURKEY AND GREECE The Greeks to Fight. London, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 May 1897
TURKEY AND GREECE ?-. Tlie Greeks to Fight. London, Monday The Greeks in large numbers are de serting from tbe Dake of Sparta's army at Domokos. The Government have ordered a final stand to be made at Domokos and have given instructions that there mast not be a retreat whatever happens. The advance of the Greeks in Epirus has been checked after several days fighting in the vicinity of Arta. The Powers are opposed to granting the demands made by Turkey as the terms of the treaty of peace, The Times* Vienna correspondent says there is an impression that the ex cessive character of the demands of Tar key is due to the support of Germany, but that almost all the Powers will. re fuse to entertain or even discuss those terms and that the more promptly they are Rejected the more salutary will be the effect apon Turkey. The Turkish Government consider the^Greek march towards Janina as in- ' dicating that the request for mediation was not made in a spirit of sincerity.
KATANNING NEWS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] Katanning, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 May 1897
KATANNING NEWS. j [FfiOM Or/B OWV COEBESPONDENT. I j Katanning, Tuesday. A meeting of the athletic sports commit tee was held at Cook's Hotel on Friday even ing. The nominations received for the han dicap events were very satisfastory, 17 being received for the Sheffield, 12 for the Hurdles and 9 for the Quarter Mile. The prizes for seven other events were decided upon, and a new race was added to the programme, viz., Tandem Race to ride one horse and drive the other. A good days sport is looked forward to. The cricket match between the Albany team and the " Stay at Homes " was com pleted on Saturday afternoon and resulted in a win for the Albany team by nine wickets. The weather was showery so the game was finished under difficulties. We. have at last been favored with a splendid down-pour which has been looked for very anxiously for 6ome time past by che farmers. Something over two inches of rain fell last week. The monthly meeting of the Hoads Board was held on Saturday with a fu...
LATEST CABLES. Battle of Domokos. The Greeks Defeated. Domokos Occupied. Defeat of Colonel Smolenski. Edhem Pasha ordered to cease Fighting. The Engagement at Gribovo London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 May 1897
LATEST CABLES. .-e_ Battle of Domokos, The Greelcs Defeated. -» Domokos Occupied. Defeat of Colonel Smolenski. -:-&lt;r Edhem Pasha ordered to cease Fighting. Hie Engagement at Gribovo London. Monday. The ambassadors of the Powers have assured M. Ralli that the Powers will prevent the Turks from fighting if the Greeks remain on the defensive. . M. Balli has ordered the forces at Domokos, Arta and Sonrpi to remain on the defensive. The Greeks at Gribovo faced two heights held by thé Turks and on Fri day the guns of Arta played on the Turkish positions. The Greeks then swarmed gallantly up the hillside and faced a murderous fire. They captured the first position but the Turks were reinforced and compelled them to retire to Aita. The Turks are attacking Almyro. The ambassadors at Stamboul have, protested to the Sultan against the pro posal to annex Thessaly and declare that the Powers cannot see Greece crashed. _ Thirty thousand men on Sunday at tacked the Greek wings at Domoko...
VICTORIA. FUNERAL OF SIR WILLIAM CLARKE. Melbourne, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 May 1897
VICTORIA. FÜNEBAL OF SIB WILLIAM CLABKE. ' Melbourne, Wednesday. Sir Wm, Clarke's fanerai took place jes terday. There was a very imposing procès* j sion and the longest Been in the City. The coffin was conveyed on a gan carriage be- ¡ longing to the Rupertswood Battery which ! the deceased established. There was a ser- \ vice in the Cathedra!. The Governor was present, and the Freemasons attended in large numbers to pay their respects to ther late Grandmaster. " REVENUE. There is continued improvement in the revenue. Up to the present the increase for the financial year is £170,000. The improve ment is due to Customs and railway receipts. THE CONDEMNED MAN HINES. Attention has been called in the Assembly to the man Hines, who was condemned to death for a capital offence on a little girl. The Minister of Justice held out n--> hope of a reprieve, and the prisoner will be hanged on Friday, y - CHAMBEB OF COMME' CE. A conference of the Chambers of Commerce is being held. Mr. A. W. M...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. MORE EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS. BUILDINGS DESTROYED AT KINGSTON. PEOPLE LIVING IN TENTS. Adelaide, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 May 1897
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. MOBE EABTHQUAKE SHOCK«. BUILDINGS DESTROYED AT KINGSTON. PEOPLE LIVIi\G IN TENTS. Adelaide, Wednesday. More earthquake shocks and four slight disturbances occurred at Kingston yesterday. The people are so Beared that they refuse to lire in stone buildings and are residing in teats. Several buildings have been destroyed. Tons of sand and stone were thrown np several feet, and the fiats are covered with water and fine clay, from which water is ; issuing.' THE DROUGHT. Yesterday the drought broke ap all over the colony. j THE BOOTMAKERS STRIKE. ! The men brought over from Sydney to take the place of the bootmakers on strike have joined the strikers, yesterday they were sned for breach of agreement and ordered by the Bench to find sureties and return to work.
SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 May 1897
BPOßTS. . The following axe the handicap i for tba events at the sports to be held at Katanning, Hay 24: SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. W, J, L ..ngFford B.Penny E. Smith T. E. Haddleton A, H. Hollins in P. Davey J. ICcITamara.. fi. Mooney E. Rawson D. Penny W. J. Lao-jsfird P. D -vey IC. Smith J. Mcnamara.. B. Mooney .. 3 ... H ... 4j .. .. 5 HUBOLE RACE ... ser W. Hi jwood W. E. Smith W. Cronin . H. Be; ci J, Cronf i G. Deaxla J?. Chipper F. T. Crosby D. Penny A.. fi. Hollinsoa T. E. Haddleton R. Mooney J. McNamara W. Hay wool . 14 I VT. Temby . 2 W.Er^Oerty . S| J * Cronin 4 E. Cron n 4£ J.Beeck , QUABTEB-MILE HANDICAP. 5 ] W. Haywood. E. Rawdon G. Dearie W.H.Smith ..
AGRICULTURAL ALLIANCE. WAGIN-ARTHUR BRANCH. PROPOSED TOUR OF THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 May 1897
AGRICULTURAL ALLIANCE. WAGIN-ABTHUB BBANCH. PBOPÖSED TOUB OF THE GO VERNOS. A special meeting of the executive of the above Alliance was held at the Wagin Hotel on Saturday last. The following members were present :-Messrs. A. Camming (president), J. Taylor, H. Lilley, and O. K. Taylor (secretary). The Secretary read the following circular from the Secretary of the Central Bureau, which was the cause of his calling the present meeting : u Sir,-At the recent Producers* Conference His Excellency the Governor signified his desire to make himself personally acquainted with the producing centres of the colony, and asked the Bureau of Agriculture to arrange a tour of inspection for him. " ft is proposed that the tour shall com mence in the early part of August next, and I am now instructed by the Bureau to ask what steps your society will take, in combina tion with other' kindred societies in the dis trict, to entertain His Excellency, and show him the chief features of agronomic interest...
CRICKET. REVIEW OF THE PAST SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 May 1897
' CRICKET. BK VIEW OF THE PAST SEASON. The cricket season, which has been brought to a close, was undoubtedly the most in teresting in the cricket aurais of the town, tn previous years it bas been the custom to have only one club representing the whole town and to arrange matches with clubs in the surrounding district and with visitors. However at the opening of the past season it was found that sufficient players were avail able to form a team in each of the three wards, with what Buccess it is hardly neces sary to relate. Interest hhs been maintained and enthusiasm displayed right through, both by players and supporters. Exciting contests have been witnessed and the premiership was in doubt up till the last match. It was rather unfortunate that the local association was nnable to arrange a match with the Aus tralian Eleven while on their visit to West Australia, but in the matches at Perth and , Fremantle, E. Marcbant of the West Ward was chosen to play, und his batting and fieid ...
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THE ELECTIONS. THE METROPOLITAN PROVINCE. Perth, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 May 1897
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. A THE ELECTIONS. THE METROPOLITAN PROVINCE. Perth, Wednesday. 1 Mr. George Bande!!, who is contesting the Metropolitan Province, addressed the electors in the Town Hall last night. There, was a poor attendance. He declared himself as Í absolutely independent and referred to the I circular issued by Mr. Alex. Forrest asking the electors to vote for Mr. Lovekin. Mr. Walter James also spoke warmly on this circular and said Mr. Forrest was a generous-hearted man and * as white as they made them," but be was not going to be "the political boss in Perth and the electors were not to be dictated to. . NOBTH-BAST PBOVINCB. Strong representations have been made to the acting Premier to defer the date for the North-East Province election to allow the fresh voters* list to come into operation, but the Crown Law officers say the date cannot be altered._.