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NEW ZEALAND. A PECULIAR CHARGE. Wellington, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 May 1897
NEW ZEALAND. A PECULTAB OHABGB. - Wellington, Thursday. A young man named Walter Findlay has been arrested at Napier on a charge of having tried to poison an infant with verdigris, . DISSATISFIED ROOKMAKBBS. The bookmakers intend to appeal to the Privy Council against their exclusion from the racecourses. INOCULATION OF CATTLE, j Experiments in regard to the inoculation of cattle show that ont of some 6u0 cows treated between 20 and 30 pei cent have dis* I closed signs of tuberculosis.
TASMANIA. WEST COAST RAILWAY. Hobart, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 May 1897
TASMANIA, WEST COAST RAILWAY. Hobart. Thoredav. Sir Phillip Fysh received a telegram to night intimating that Sir Bichard Baker had telegraphed the £10,000 deposit as required by the provisions of the Great Western Bail way Bill, and the amount has now been, placed to the credit of Sir Philip Fysh at the Commercial Bank. EARTHQUAKES AND BAIN. I At about I o'clock this morning a sharp shoes: of earthquake was felt in the city. Bain fell heavily, and there is no indication of the weather dearing.
INTERCOLONIAL. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE ALBERT ELECTION. Adelaide, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 May 1897
ÍNTERCOLOMAL. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THIS A LBS BT ELECTION^ Adelaide, Thursday. It is probable that a recount will take p ace in connection with the polling for ihe district of Albert for the House of Assembly. Ic will be remembered that only two votes separated Messrs. Eiddoeh and Peake. Later news state that as the result of the recount the figures remained unchanged. It is pro bable that Mr. Riddoch will appeal.) RAILWAY SYNDICATE. A syndicate has been formed in Adelaide for the construction of the Great Western railway in Tasmania.
CANADA. THE NEW TARIFF. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 May 1897
CANADA. THE NEW TARIFF. London, Wednesday. ( Mr. Fielding in the Parliament at Ottowa has proposed the extension of the reciprocral tariffsio any country entitled j to it ander treaties, though it is believed that Germany and Belgium are not en titled to it. ? ? - London, Thursday. I Sir Charles Tapper has moved a ' hostile amendment to the new tariff. He declares that the modification pro posed by Mr. Fielding had destroyed the vaunted concession to Britain. The Government replied that if the German and Belgian treaties applied to Canada, Lord Salisbury must denounce them, because they imposed a dangerous limitation to Canada's power to raise revenue, and were also concluded with out the consent of Canada. The Berlin newspapers are exhibiting uneasiness with regard to the attitude of Canada. "
SHIPPING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 May 1897
SHIPPING ITEMS. The 8teamer Marloo is expected here from Fremantle on Monday. / The steamer Allinga is expected from Fre mantle to-morröw evening. The G.M.6. Darmstadt is doe here from the Eastern Colonies on Tuesday next. The steamer Wbilowra is due here to-day from the-Eastern Colonies with 100 tons of cargo. The steamer Buuinyong is due here to morrow morning from the Eastern Colonies with 50 tons of cargo. \ The F.M.S. Polynesien arrived from the , Eastern Colonies at 7.50 a m. on Thursday , and left for Marseilles at 3 p.m. . . - The steamer Herbert arrived from Espe- - rance at 1 p.m. on Thursday and after load- ? ' ing 20tons of cargo returned to the same port at 4.15 p.m. The steamer Bothwell Castle arrived from the Bastera Colonies at ll a.m. on Thoreday and af ter discharging 90 tons of cargo left for Fremantle at 7.30 p m.
The Raid Inquiry. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 May 1897
Tile Maid Inquirí/. London, Wednesday. Mr, Hawksley on being examined be lore the Raid Inquiry Commission de clined to produce the cablegrams! from Mr. Rhodes to persons in London at the end of 1895. Miss Flora Shaw the Times correa pon- ] dent "at the Cape admitted that she had idly suggested that historic justice would be done if the people on the Rand rose 1 on December 16. The remark she said applied to a bloodless revolution, Dr. Jameson remaining on the border to sup- ; port Lord Rosemead if necessary. She j admitted having cabled to Mr. Rhodes that it would be dangerous to j delay the rising and . possibly she had implied that Mr. Chamberlain concurred. She had not however derived that opinion from Mr. Chamberlain. The Committee congratulated Miss Shaw on her frankness.
TURKEY AND GREECE Ejectment of an Italian Volunteer. More Fighting Expected. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 May 1897
TURKEY AND GREECE -._:_il*_?_ Ejectment of an Italian Volunteer. More Fighting Expected. London. Wednesday. The note of the Powers with regard to the terms of peace has been presented To Turkey, Germany having waived the demand that Greece should agree to abide by the terms arranged -by the Towers. The Sultan is not disposed to agree to the terras laid down in the note, and reinforcements are being sent into Thessaly to the number of 7.000. There is an outcry in Athens against the Greek patriotic secret society, the Ethnikz Retairia and the Government is being urged to suppress it. London, Thursday. The Standard says that it is probable that Prince Francis Joseph of Batten berg will be appointed Governor of Crete. It is reported from Lamia that 300 Turks crossed the neutral zone and that tíie gendarmes compelled them to return. ¡ The Duke of Sparta has protested ! against this violation of the armistice. The insurgents are burning the build ings ui the environs of Betimo in Crete. S...
A STEAMER IN DISTRESS. ADRIFT OFF BREAKSEA ISLAND. THE DUNSKEY TO THE RESCUE. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 May 1897
A STEAMER IN DISTRESS. . ADRIFT OFF BREAKSEA ISLAND. THE DUNSKEY TO THE RESCUE. A steamer from the Bastat first supposed to be the Bothwell Castle, was sighted from Breaksea at 7.45 last evening. At 8.30 when almost abreast the Tsland the Bteamer was soddenly observed to become motionless and a number of rockets were fired in rapid succession from her deck. Word was immediately sent to the Aloany ßignal station, and Mi. Aiian engaged the Dunskey to go off to the disabled vessel lea vine instructions behind to the effect that if two rockets were observed to be fired almost simultaneously from the steamer another launch was to be despatched and if three rockets were fited two launches were to go out to aid the Dunskey. In the meantime the steamer was being carried by a strong current in the direction of Cape Vancouver. Quite a stir was created in the town when the news of the firing of distress signalsjbecame known and crowds collected in ; the streets discussing the state of affairs....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 May 1897
Shipping. THE PENINSULAR &ORIENT AL STEAM NAVIGATION COMP ANT. THE P. & O. g. N. COM PANY, under contract with the Imperial, New South _ ' Wales, Victorian, and South Australian Governments, will despatch the following steamers for London, calling- at' Colombo, Aden, Brindisi, Malta, Gibraltar, and Plymouth : Steamers. Oeeara.. Victoria Toni. Commands*. Leaving Qeorgt'i 6603 6$27 E. Stewart WDG Worcester June JBJLTKB OF PASSA*» MONET : To London-First Saloon JÎ60 to JETO. Second Saloon, -£36, £37, A £40. Eotnrn Tickets from £65 to JÊ115. Return Tickets between any of tibs Eastern Colonies and New Zealand are now available for 6 (six) months from date of embarkation. In the second saloon the arrangements hare been thoroughly reorganised, and the accomo dation which the Company now offers Itt un sKroasaed. Passage money can be paid here for passage from England. Liberal oonoessions made to families. Passengers tocked 'toand,from Albany, are landed and embarked from the...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. THURSDAY, MAY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 May 1897
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABEIV ALS. THUKSDAV, MA-, 11. tí EBBEST, e.8, from Esperar.'.-e. Passent ¡ for here : Miss Lewis; M v. Fawkner sn 's three Afghans. BOTHwKilt CASTINE, from the Eseierr. Colonies. Passengers for rc;re : Mes James Faulkner and 3 children, Bristowe su i ? children, Witt and child, Messrs. Wren, Collis. POLYNESIEN, F.M.6., from the Eastern Colonies. Passengers for Albany : Mes dames Bowman, Parry, Miss Solomon, Messrs. Labattoglia and 3 children, Wagh, Jennings; Shaw, ScoIIen, Bowman, Eylor, Parry. v
ESPERANCE NEWS. Esperance, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 May 1897
ESPERANCE NEWS. Esperance, Wednesday. At tbe quarter sessions to-day the only case was that ot William Frederick Poole, architect and surveyor, formerly of the Eastern Colonies, charged with obtaining money by false pretences, namely giving a cheque for £2 10s and receiving a sovereign change, the cheque being valueless. The police stated that a warrant had been issued at Perth against the prisoner on a simi'ar charge, fie was sentenced to 18 months' hard labor. The electors entertained Mr. Conolly at a public reception yesterday evening. The supporters of each of the opposing candi dates joined in congratulating Mr. Connolly who said he would use his best endeavors to get the Government to construct the Esper ance railway. He would proceed to Perth shortly to interview the Government regan] in g the matter with a view to ascertaining their intention. The weather is cold. The customs returnB for the month .ended yesterday were £1813 an inerease of £61 over the préviens month.
DEPARTURES. THURSDAY, MAY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 May 1897
DEPARTURES. THURSDAY, MAY 27. BoTHWEtiti CAOTIIB, ' 6.S., for Fremantle, ' Passengers from here : M r and Hrs Evans. HERBERT, SS, for Esperance. Passengers from here:. Mesdames Clarke (2) and Moir; Messrs Hy moe, Ciartie &lt;2)j and Moir. **? POLYNESIEN, F.M.S., tor Marseilles. Pas sengers from here : Mc-sdames Wiel, Live ing, Leaning, Westmáyke, Détaille. Misses Détaille (2), Messrs. i iveing, Westindyke, Langlars. Leaning, Détaille, Domenech. (2), Dr. Simon, and six Afghans.
THE RETREAT TO LARISSA. GRAPHIC DESCRIPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 May 1897
THE RETREAT TO LARISSA. GRAPHIC DESCRIPTION. "Beater's correspondent describes the Greek routf rom Turnavo wiifa remarkable vividness. He says:-Expecting that the battle would . , be resumed at dawn on Saturday morning, I returned to Turnavo, where I took up my quarters with Lieut. Western, of the Swedish ? 8iafL About ll o'clock I went out to take» last look around. To my surprise I came across an ammunition train retiring from the front. I was further astonished to learn that the few inhabitants of Turnavo whù had. not previouslyfied had hours before received orders '.li to leave immediately; and that the wheted Greek army was in full retreat. The retreat ; had evidently been decided npon about 8 o'clock, for at 8.30 the Foreign Legion, which had been held in reserve, was ordered to fall ? back on Larissa, which it did in good order, arriving about midnight. My wagon had gone ? to Larissa, carrying despatches, so Lient, ; Western and I resolved to walk. Clearing I Turnavo by midni...