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AN ALLUVIAL FIND AT NORSEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 2 March 1897

AN ALLUVIAL FIND AT NORSE MAN. -* Daring the past week, says the Norseman. Minerva interesting development in alluvial mining locally has to be chronicled, bat, un fortunately, owing to the mystery surround ing the matter, no reliable information can . be famished. The main fact is that within the last few. days 6ome 12oz. of ¡alluvial gold have been brought into town, bnt there is no informa-- - lion regarding where the gold was found. One 6lug weighed fully If oz. It was strongly impregnated with iron, giving every appear ance of coming from a spot Where the iron« stone formation is predominant. Thereat was made up .of .small bits, the . only large one being the one mentioned. . To . overrate the importance to the district of the .-. discovery of payable alluvial would be, im possible, but it would be unwise, until" fur ther information is fprthcomin^j to buUbVup' ' any expectations f ro m th e-a Bo ve. * lt is- tcer^-~~ tain the gold comes from somewhere jin Ahe near vicinity,')a...

Publication Title: Albany Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SHIPPING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 2 March 1897

SHIPPING ÍTEMS. The steamer Bothwell Castle is doe here on Sunday. The steamer Bullarra is expected from Fremantle to-day. The steamer New Guinea is expected to arrive here on Friday. The steamer Macgregor left for Esperance Bay yesterday afternoon. The steamer Adelaide is due here on Mon day from Melbourne direct. The steamer Wbllowra from the Eastern Colonies is due here on Saturday. The steamer Strathavon passed Breaksea at 2 p.m. Sunday bound for Fremantle. The steamer Barcoo1 arrived from Sydney direct on Saturday morning with 100 pas sengers for W.A. ports. The French mail steamer Armand Behic is expected to arrive here from the Eastern Colonies on Thursday. The steamer Brand is due to-day from the Eastern Colonies. She lands 80 tons of cargo and live stock at this port. The steamer Andanis arrived from the Eastern Colonies yesterday and was berthed at the Land Company's jetty. The steamer Westralia, from London, built specially for intercolonial trade, is due here from the 8t...

Publication Title: Albany Advertiser
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WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 2 March 1897

WEATHER REPORT. _ The following is the meteorological report for the 24 hours preceding 8 a.m. yesterday : Temperature. Derby . Broome Onslow Carnarvon . Geraldton Yalgoo Cue . York Southern Cross Coolgardie . Kalgoorlie . Menzies Pertb Fremantle . Bunbury Karridale Cape Leeuwin Katanning . Albany Esperance Bay max. 94 94 92 101 89 88 91 87 80 79 78 81 83 80 78 77 72 75 69 71 mm. 79 78 86 62 57 65 ~6l 8» 53 54 54 58 57 58 55 52 61 45 58 48 THE Supreme Court sittings, after the long vacation, commenced to-day. BAINS IN THE NOB'-WEST.-Reports from the North-West state that good Tains fell on Tuesday and Wednesday, and that the Nullagine, Oakover, and Degrey creeks are running. The mailman who arrived at Hall's Creek fire days overdue reports that the rivers are all running bankers. He lost two horses on the trip to Wyndham, one being drowned in the river. THE SKIN IS COMPOSED of three layers, and contains muscles.nerres, blood ye&sels.lympha tics, sebaceous çland, f weat gland...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 2 March 1897

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, and DEATHS IN MEMORIAM. In affectionate remembrance of John Jas. Garrity, who departed this life on February       27, 1893. Four years to-day, ah the time seems long, Sadly we miss the dearly beloved brother, Long for a sound of your cheerful voice, Sigh for a glance from your kindly eye. But ever in hopes that we'll meet again In a better land on a fairer shore, We fain must he with our lot content Till we meet again to part no more.   —Inserted by his loving Brothers and Sisters, 241L  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 2 March 1897

ROYAL GEORGE HOTEL ALBANY, W.A. Recognised as the Best Family Hotel. Has been entirely renovated and modernised for the convenience and comfort of Visitors. 157m E. REYNOLDS, Proprietor. ROYAL GEORGE HOTEL   Tariff Low. Table par Excellence, Baths Billiards, Stabling, &c.   Liquors and Cigars guaranteed of best Brands.   E. REYNOLDS, 157m (Recently from England) Proprietor

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 2 March 1897

Shipping. THE PENINSULAR & ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE P. & O. S. 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. Tons. Commander. Leaving King George's Arcadia Parramatta     Ballaarat Borne ... Himalaya Bri tana ia Victoria 488« 4890 M4S 6808 «626 65S7 I» H. Crawford! A. 0. Loggia C. P. Prestoa T. 8. Angus A. B. Daniell A. W Adamson] J.L.Pa-fltt WDGWorcegtar March; là » ar April io 84 Hay 8 r » M Jone s 19 RATES OF PASSGE MONEY : To London-First Saloon £60 to £70. Second Saloon, £35, £37, & £40. Return 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. In the second saloon the arrangemen...

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OUR OPEN COLUMN. THE QUEEN'S REIGN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897

OUR OPEN COLUMN. . --? THE QUEEN'S BEIGN. - TO THE EDITOR. SIE,-To celebrate the jubilee of tbe Queen's reign, would it not be advisable to erect A fitting memorial by a public subscrip tion, from a penny upwards, that would be an ornament to the town, and a lasting tribute of a lone, useful, and neanefnl reion Î -I am, &c., liOYAli. 1 {We would advise " Loyal " not to whisper the word " subscription " in Albany for a few weeks. Another list on the round would be very like overworking the willing horse. Bp,, A.A.]

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SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. ALBANY AND DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897

SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. -:-.-:--'?' ALBANY AND DISTRICT. A general meeting of the- Albany and District Settlers' Association was held recently, when there was a large attendance. The chairman, Mr. Mowfortb, presided. The minutes of previous uniting were read and confirmed. The election of officers resulted as follows : Chairman, Mr. .Boberts ; secretary, Mr. J. Mowforth ; treasurer, Mr. N, W. McKáil ; auditor, Hr. P. Minns committee, Messrs.' Gerd es, McKail, Gibts, Anderson, O, Green wood, Fewdale, and Mullineux. A long discussion ensued on the land ques tion, and the best .means of securing the most favorable terms From"îîhe Government for those who were under agreements with the W.A. Laud Company, and it was resolved that the secretary iuterview Mr. Angove, and also write to the cent)es along the Great Southern Bail way for certain information, j It was decided to be represented at the : Producers' Conference in April next, and the | chairman and secretary were elected as ] delega...

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THE GOVERNMENT AND THE W.A. LAND COMPANY. Perth, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897

THE GOVERNMENT AND THE W.A. LAND COMPANY. Perth, Wednesday, j The papers' this morning publish four colnmns in small type of correspondence in reference to the petition of right which was presented some timé ago hy the W.A. Land Company. The contention by Mr. 8. H. Parker, counsel for the company,* was that its right of selection included town site lands within the 40 mile limit. The Government refused to admit this, and on appeal to the Privy Council the Government lost, but de clined to give «Sect to the decision of the Privy Connell. The company then presented a petition of right, and Mr. Parker requested the Attorney-General to give a copy of the reply. This Mr. Burt practically refused to do. Mr. Parker appealed to the Governor, who referred hun to his advisers, hence all the correspondence which Mr. Parker banded to the press yesterday. As the Government have bought ont the company, they contend that they are now the company, and they do not authorise the latter's solicitor to...

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ROADS BOARD. KATANNING. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897

ROADS BOARD. KATANNING. The ordinary monthly meering of the above board was held in the Courthouse on February 20. Present-Messrs. F. Crosby (chairman), M. Cronin, E. Bell, P. Cunneen, T. Garstone, T. Haddleton, and the secretary (T. Slanbury). The secretary reported that the board was . in credit with the National Bank to the amount of £7 2s lld, and with the Treasury, £146 12s 4d ; tota!, £153 15s 3d. A discussion .took place over the in efficiency of the windmill and pump. Mr. Garstone thought that the most reasonable way lo keep the pump in order would be to strike a water rate throughout the district, dlr. Cronin, who has always been a deter mined opponent of th3 town water supply, was of opinion that the roads in various parts of the district demanded attention more than thc pump. Finally, it was moved by Mr. Bell, and seconded by Mr. Cunneen,1 that the Department of Public Works be asked to allow the board to transfer the amount allotted for the Katanning-Broome hill-road to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897

MR. H A li O L 1> GI A ß E. ARCHITECT AND SURVEYOR, Has REMOVED from the Freemasons' Hotel, and can be consulted at bis OFFICE IN STERLING-TERRACE, e.p. W.'W. Smithies & Co., Estate Agents, &c. PLANS PREFABED ON SHORTEST NOTICE. CONSULTATION FREE. 156f Amusements. H. M. S. "PYLADES" VARIETY TROUPE (by kind permission of Capt. H. R. Adams) will give an ENTERTAINMENT in aid of the INDIAN FAMINE RELIEF FUND in the TOWN HALL, on ^» THURSDAY, MARCH i, 1897. ADMISSION-2s ani ls. Reserved Seats 3s. Seats may be booked at Mr. Woodelton's Book Store. Doors open at 7.15. Commence at 8 Sharp. _2511. _ rpOWN HALL, ALBANY. FRIDAY, MARCH 5 AND SATURDAY, MARCH 6. First appearance in Western Australia and 12lh year touring the world of PROFESSOR MACKAY and his GRAND NATIONAL CONCERT AND BURLESQUE COMPANY. FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY. Scottish Songs, Wit and Humour, Highland j Pipers and Dancers. Irish Songs Wit and Humour, Irish Come dians and Step Dancers. ' English Songs, Hornpipes and...

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WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897

WEATHER REPORT. The following iß the meteorological report for the 24 boars preceding 8 a.m. yesterday : j Temperature. Cossack Onslow Carnarvon . Geraldton . Yalgoo Cae . York Southern Cross Coolgardie . Kalgoorlie . Menzies . Perth Banbury Karridale Cape Leeuwin Katanning . Albany . Breaksea Island Esperance Bay max. 90 97 86 77 100 99 90 75 88 86 89 81 80 78 68 77 67 65 73 min. 80 77 60 67 66 72 65 64 57 67 62 69 54 55 61 46 55 55 65

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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897

MINING NOTES, ? The Great Boulder Mine has 30 head of stampers now running full time. The Eastern Oversight is 15ft. vertically into the lode and hading very good stone. The cost of machinery for the Bail way G.M. Co. np to the present has been £2,QU0. At the Hannan's Virginia the west lode at a depth of 90ft. is 16ft. wide and carries fair gold. There is plenty of water at the Queen Margaret mine and crushing will take place in a'«ut a week's time. The Queen Margaret South mine baa out what is supposed to be the hanging wall of the Queen Margaret lo. ie, North Boulder has cleaned up 202 tons for 416oz. &Jwi. The gold from the first clean qp realised £4 3s Gd per oz. The flotation of the Kensington Success Company is progressing satisfactory. Already 70,000 shares have been applied for. At a meeting of the Ivanhoe South Ex tended, the expenses for the half year were shown to be £1,073 and the bank balance was £207, j A reef was discovered in the shaft of the Sunday Gift mine...

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The Raid Inquiry. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897

The Maid Inauirv. London, Tuesday. Mr. Rhodes has again scored when examined bj Mr. Labouchere.

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VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. VICTORY FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897

VICTORIA v. SOUTH A OSTBALI A VICTORY FOB SOOTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide, Wednesday. The intercolonial cricket match was re sumed yesterday, when Hill and George G fíen made a capital stand, and added over 50 rons to the total. Giffen made 47 by splen did play. Hill was unlucky in failing to reach the century which he thoroughly de served. When (ive runs short of the coveted number he was caught. On retiring he was greeted with enthusiasm. The pitch then be came much worse, and Boche's bowling kicked np above the shouldersof the batsmen and the remaining wickets fell rapidly. The Victorians entered on their.second innings at 3 o'clock. The wicket was very bad, and Jones's bowling was dangerous, the ball bumping high, and all the batsmen being knocked about more or less. The Victorians went down very quickly, most of the wickets falling to Canacher, a medium left-hand bowler. Giller was not out 24, made by splendid cricket. iSeores : SOUTH AUSTRALIA.-First Innings. J Darling, c Laver, b W...

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POLICE COURT. [Before Mr. R. C. Loftie, R.M.] STOWAWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897

POLICE COURT. rBefore MP. B. C. Lof tie, B.M. J STOWAWAYS. James Niven, John Fletcher, Thomas Partridge, and John Spencer were charged with 8 to wing away on che steamer Kara w efe ra on her passage from Sydnev. Mr. F. Clare, of the Adelaide S.S. Co., laid the charge. A fine of £5, or one month's imprison ment, was imposed. TOWN COUNCIL.-A meeting of the Town ^Conned was held on Tuesday night, and the report is held over. SURVEY OP THE LA SERENA.-A survey of the hull of the steamer La Serena on ac count of her having sprung a leak, was made yesterday by Captain Jones, who was in structed by Lloyds agents. The report was favorable and the vessel was found to be in a sound condition. PICNIC TO LITTLE GEO VE.-The Wesleyan Sionic was held yesterday at Little Grove. 11 had been postponed from the previous week owing to repairs being made to the Dunskey's boilers. As the alterations had not been completed in time, the launch was towed over to Little Grove by the Loch Lomond. The picnic pr...

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British Naval Preparations. OFFICERS LEAVE STOPPED. STEAM UP. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897

British Naval Prépara tions. OFFICERS LEAVE STOPPED. STEAM UP. London, Tuesday. The St. James Gazette says there is great activity on the naval stations and that the leave of officers has been car tailed and further leave stopped. Several of the warships have always steam np.

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THE QUEEN'S REIGN. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897

THETUEEN'S REIGN. London. Tuesday. Seven hundred Colonial troops will head j the Queen's procession.

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Sir John Thurston's Successor. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897

Sir John Tnurston's ¡Successor. London, Tuesday. Mr. O'Brien, formerly Colonial Sec retary at Hong Kong, has been appointed to succeed Sir John Thurston as Gover nor and High Commissioner of the Western Pacific.

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BURGLARIES AT PERTH. Perth, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897

BURGLARIES AT PERTH. Perth, Wednesday. Barelars are becoming active in Perth. On Tuesday morning early a safe was carted from King & Co. s premises, Mnrray:street, and found at Crawley burst open. 'About £20 in cash waB stolen. An attempt to break into the Bank of Australasia* was male on Friday night. The borg ¡ar s had got into the wine cellar underneath. They did.not touch any wine, but directed their efforts to getting through the floor of the balik. It ia presumed fbey weie disturbed by the entrance of the bank official who llseps on the premises.

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