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THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THE ELECTIONS. Perth, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 May 1897
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THE ELECTIONS. Perth, Wednesday, j Only two nominations have^been- received j for the Metropolitan Province, Mr. Lovekin ¡ and Mr. Randell. The North-East Province nominations for j three seats yesterday were-Mr. Sinclair, Mr. j Parsons, Mr. Cheeseborough, Mr. Matheson, Mr, Henning, Mr. Levensen and Mr. Belling ham, in al! seven candidates.
THE MAYOR OF ALBANY IN PERTH. Perth, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 May 1897
THE MAYOR. OF ALBANY IN PERTH. Perth.- Wednesday. The Mayor of Albany (Mr. John Moir) in terviewed the Minister for Works yesterday, and in reply to varions requests Mr. Piesse saidthesorveyof the road to Middleton Beach bas almost been completed. The delay was due to a dispute between the Mnnicipal Council and the Commandant. In respect to the survey for a new jetty the-Engineer for Harbors was about to prepare a" report and the Minister expected the report in a week or ten days, when it would be considered and the promised works be carried out. The Minister also'informed Mr. Moir that the surveys in connection with the water supply were not quite completed, and further infor mation could not be given pending the receipt of the recommendations of the Engineer .in Charge of the works. The Mayor (Mr. Moir) wired us yesterday : The Acting Premier has granted an extra £50 to the Albany Jubilee celebrations. The Minister for Public Works informs me that plans for Middleton Drive and Ihe...
NEW SOUTH WALES. THE GLENBROOK TRAGEDIES. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 May 1897
NEW SOUTH WALES. THE GLENBROOK TRAGEDIES. Sydney, Wednesday. unciere counsel bas applied for a postpone ment of I he trial on the ground that the public mind has been prejudiced against bis -client. The Chief Justice refused the appli cation but suggested that the Attorney Général should put the case last on the list CASH-BETTING. Twenty bookmakers have been fined 40s each for cash betting at the Roseberry Park races in December last. TATTERSALLS SWEEPS. The following are the winners of Tatter sall'« Birthday Cup sweep :-T. Hepburn, Victoria, first ; H. D. Weel, 8.A., second and W. J. Smyth, New Zealand, third. t
THE GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAY. IMPROVEMENTS ALONG THE LINE £30,000 TO BE EXPENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 May 1897
THE GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAY. IMPROVEMENTS ALONG THE LINE 1 £30,000 TO BE EXPENDED. Great improvements are now being made along tbe G.S.B. by the Government and the entire system has been altered. On being in terviewed, Mr. Pidgeon, Resident Engineer of the Great Southern Railway, informed us of the alterations. Wagin has been made a half-way station, the drivers and guard's resident at Albany going no further, and the running from that point being taken in hand by men from Northam. This system allows the Traffic Manager to have full control , of all rolling stock in his district abd enables the 'guards, engine drivers, &e. to have .a settled home, which was almost impossible under the late system. The improvements at the various stations are as follows, and in many instances the work is already in hand. At Albany the station will be extended to Spencer-street' and. new offices will be erected, viz., mail room, cus toms office and offices necessary for traffic purposes. The si...
THE QUEEN'S REIGN. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 May 1897
THE QUEEN'S REIGN. London, Monday. The horses of the Mounted Rifles are re- j covering from the illness induced by the j severity of the weather. Sixteen of them ; will take part in the military tournament. The War Onice commends the men's smart work. Of the contingents for the Jubilee there have arrived the Gape Rifles, the Borneo Cyprus. Sierra Leone police, and the hussars of the native Indian forces. London, JTues-lay. Colonel Lassetter, speaking at a dinner given by the Queen's Westminister Volun teers, said that Australia gloried in England's isolation among' the nations and that a united empire would be able to resist all the world. _____________
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 May 1897
MINING NOTES. The Lake View Company are cyaniding their tailings with good results The Great Boulder propose to adopt a simi lar course. They estimate they haye £150,000 worth to put through. The new~Victoria South mine crushing at . Seabrook Battery, Northam, proved a great surprise. The -stone was supposed to be inferior, but it will average over Sos. per ton. Aldready 260oz. have been banked. THE Orient Steam Navigation Company has paid a dividend of 2\ per cent, for the year ended December 31,1896. From 1890 to 1896 no dividend was paid. STORING TRANSHIPPED GOODS.-The. Ship Owners* Association, at Fremantle, yesterday resolved not to pay storage for transhipments until the final decision on the «abject has been made by Che proper author ities. THE BEVERLEY RAPE CASE.-Mr. B. 8. Haynes asked the Banco Court on Tuesday/ to declare that the two half-castes, Wind-^ more and Michael, were wrongly convicted of the Beverley rape case, inasmuch as it was only set forth as one offence in ...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 May 1897
FOOTBALL. -?-» The following playera hare been chosen to represent the West dab in the match against the North Ward dab on Saturday, :-Messrs. Tideswell, E. Marchant. Griffith, McCallum, Doran, Chester, Green wood, Webb (2), Mead, Byers, Milne, McGainesg, Nolan, Jacker, West, Hogg, and Long. AU players unable to be present are requested to notify the secretary. Players are requested to be on the ground at 2.30 p.m. sharp. The North Ward Football Club held a meeting on Tuesday evening. Mr. J Edwards, vice-president, occupied the chair. A slight alteration wss found to be necessary in the club's colors, and it was decided to have red and bine hose in place of all red. Mt Buggins was chosen captain for the match on Satur day, but the captain for the season wi'l not be elected until a later meeting. The dab has obtained the use of tbe drill-room for the purposes of training, with the exception of Monday and Thursday evenings,.on which nights the room is set aside for band practice. RING...
TURKEY AND GREECE The Terms of Peace. Russia makes a Proposal. Revolution in Athens Feared. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 May 1897
TURKEY AND GREECE -?- - i lie Ternis of Peace, Russia maUess. a Proposal. Revolution in AtJiens Feared. London, Tuesday. The expulsion of the Greeks from Turkey has been postponed. The Pass of Thermopylae is being fortified. The Sultan has thanked the Emperor of Germany for his letter of advice in which he expressed the hope that he would show a victor how to obtain his rights. The note of the Ambassadors defining the terms of peace has not been de livered owing to Germany insisting that Greece should promise to accept them. Russia is willing to assume the res ponsibility for the Greek indemnity pro vided that it is deducted irom the in demnity owing by Turkey to Russia. She will then consent to the Powers taking the control of the Greek debt. The. Sultan opposes &lt;? Russia's pro ' posais. There is great disquiet in Athens and a revolution is feared. ' " * The Bombay Moslems are rejoicing over the victories of the Turks and-have sent congratulations to the Sultan.. The lea...
OUR PERTH LETTER. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 May 1897
- OUR PERTH LETTER. TFBOM OTTB OWN CORRESPONDENT. | For the want of an expression to best ex press my meaning, 1 may say that the Perth City Council and the other suburban munici palities are going to have a splash over the jubilee celebrations. In Perth the display on jubilee night will really be of an elaborate character, if one may judge by some of the handsome and costly designs which I had the privilege of inspecting on Friday last. The prevailing idea ia illuminations appears to be stained glass in numerous colors with small electric lamps at the back of the transpa rency. Most of the designs have busts of Her Majesty, similar to that on the new sovereign of last year. Over the ' top of the bust in a garland are the numbers " 1837 1897." The two morning newspaper offices are laying themselves ont for a very elaborate display, v. In each case I understand the cost will be about £100. Some of the public buildings will be beautifully illumrnâted, one firm having an order to suppl...
The Advertiser THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 May 1897
%ht %Utûïm TDHBBDAT, MAY 27, 1897. THE picnic of the railway employees 01 Monday was a most successful affair. ] showed first of ali that the workshop haye undergone great development sine the Government took possession of thet and that the mea employed there are th staff of which good citizens are made There are now 98 hands employed ii cor/nection with the workshops and it i likely that shortly there will be con siderable additions, \yhen it was pro posed that the Government should por chase the Great Southern it was though by some people that one result would bi the closing of the workshops. Th Premier and the Commissioner of Bail ways made reassuring statements on thu subject, though of course they could not give anything like a pledge. The opinior of Mr. Piesse that it would be desirable in the interests of the railways to utilise the workshops at Albany and that in con sequence there would be growth rathei than extinction has been proved sound. It has been, found that there ar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 May 1897
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CADBURY'S COCOA. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 May 1897
CADBUBY'S COCOA, A stimulating and sustaining cup-made instantly. F. A. H Weston's African Medical Wonder cures Chronic Constipation, Kidney, Liver, Blood and Skin Di-eases, and is the bist Nerve' Food the world of botany can produee. * Is, curative action on the liver, elegent but gentle aperient properties, and wonderful Tonic qualities, have commended them-elves to myself and wi e (neeDocy Stewart.)"-Signed, Henry E. Harwood, late Harwood & Co., proprietors Theatre Royal, Melbourne. Price,, 3s. 6&lt;L ; dose, 10 drops.- Bea the advertise ment* -
GERMANY. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 May 1897
GERMANY. I London, Tuesday. The trial ot Police Commissioner Tausch for perjury and forgery, and HerrLeutzow for forgery has commenced in Berlin. Leutzow declared that Tausch directed him to publish the statement that the disease.in the Emperor's ear was a cancerous growth which /had been- in herited from his father.