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Shipping. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897
Shipping. London, Tuesday. Arrivals-Jlafiir, Cairn bälg, Austra lasian, Asphodel, Loch Ryan,Edensolme, Mount Stewart, Moraysbire. Departures-For Sydney, Dartford, Sntherlandshire ; for Brisbane, Comba ; for Adelaide, Portia, Gulf of Mexico. The Gera has grounded in the Ischia channel. She is being lightened, and proceeds on Wednesday.
WHY NOT LIVE A CENTURY? [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897
WHY NOT LIVE A CENTURY ? "In the coming t'me," said a famous English poet," " a man or woman eighty or one hundred years o^d will be more beautiful than the youth or maiden of twenty, as the ripe fruit is more beautiful and fragrant than the green. These ripe men and women will have no wrinkk-s on the brovr, no grey hair, no bent and feeble boiie». On the contrary they will hive perfect hearing, clear eyesight, sound teeth, elastic step, and mental vigour." Does this sound absurd and impossible? Why should it? People over one hundred years old are frequently met with in these days, as they have been as far aa human re cords go back. A man is of no real value until he is past fifty and gained control of h s passions and acquired some practical wisdom. After that he ought to have from fifty to seventy-five working years before him. Whoso dies short of one hundred (bar violence) dies of bis own folly or that of his a'cestors. On* chief thing, however, we must learn. "What ii it? T-ike ...
VANITY FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897
VANITY mm. j Women may worry oven wea ing apparel, I complexion, &c., bnt if they wish good health, i Wolfe's. Schnapps Ls recommended. Buy J bottles intact. ENGLISH TINNED DELICACIES. The Manufactures of Maconochie Bros. i Purveyors to the Queen can always he relied - [ upon for Quality. None but the most pose - aud wholesome ingredients being used by them. Among the Goods specially commended a*e , Camp Pies and Patos, Herrings put up ia Tomato Sa ace, Mackerel in Scrimp or Tomato Sance, Cod ¿oes, 'Cooked Salmon. Cutlets, ~. Seville Orange and Lemon. Marmalade and Strawberry Conserve, Prepared t offee and Mi k, Ask \our storekeepers for Messrs. J^&ôouocliie Bros. jams, fche best m the wor jd» 7" MACONOCHIE BEOS . London, Lowestoft 'and ? Aberdeen, awa'ded 139 Gold Medals n hfer^ World's Exhibition for .Excellence of QuaK^y.^l'
OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897
OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. ;£ -* I FBON otra OWN COBBKSPONDKNT. 1 ;. . Federation is now the all-important - subject of the day. Thirty candidates, have been nominated, including the Speaker ' of the Legislative Assembly, the President of the Legislative Council, the Premier, ami' the Attorney-General, and Chief Secretary, the Leader of the Opposition, and nearly 20 ' members of Parliament, so that there is a large field to chose the required 10 members from, lt is believed that before the 23nil instant there will be a number of with drawals from tbe list of candidates. The election takes place on the 4th of March, and the result will be known about three days after, as it will take about three days for the different returning officers' returns to be completed by the chief returning-officer. The Colonial-Secretary, Mr. Chamberlain, having invited the Premiers of the different colonies to visit England to celebrate the 60ih year of the Queen's reign, it is probable that our newly-knighted...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897
JJ O Y Al. GEORGE HOTEL ALBANY, W. A. Becognfeed as the Best Family Hotel. Has been entirely renovated and modernised for the convenience and comfort of Visitors. 157m E. REYNOLDS, Proprietor. OYAL GEORGE HOfÉLf ALBANY, W. A. Tariff Low. Table par Excellence. fSëOm Billiards, Stabling, &c LiqnoiB and Gigârs gnaranteed of the Imt^ Brands. E. BBYNOLDS, 157m (Recently from England) Proprietor R
NEW SOUTH WALES. THE BUBONIC PLAGUE. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897
NEW SOUTH WALES. THE BUBONIC PLAGUE. Sydney, Wednesday. The President of the Board of Health says that owing to the distance separating Aus tralia from India there is no fear of the bubonic plague spreading, Even if there were any likelihood of the disease reaching Australia, he does not consider the method adopted in Western Australia of quarantining cargo could be put into force generally with out seriously interfering with trade and commerce.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897
CRICKET... A match has been arranged to take piare this afternoon between a leam chosen from H.M.S. Pylades and the Garrison and an Al bany eleven. The latter team will consist of the following players:-Cox, Brown, Fr oin, C. Keyser, Feeley, W. Kelly, Troode, Webb. Allan, B. Mime, and B. T. Bobinson. The following are the teams for Saturday's Association match :-East Ward-P. Kelly Anketell, Feely, Angove, Webb, Jeffery, Fruin, Bennett, Mead, Keyser, and Brown ; emergencies, Mollison, P. Patterson, and W. Webb. North Ward-Tidemann, Monaghan, Miller, Keyser, Phillips, Cox/ Shaw, Allan, Brearley, Hansom, and Foord ; emergencies, Milne and Brown.
QUEENSLAND. SHOCKING TRAGEDY. MURDER AND SUICIDE ON A RAILWAY STATION. Brisbane, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897
QUEENSLAND. SHOCKING TRAGEDY. MtJßDEB ÄND SUICIDE ON A BAIL WAY STATION. Brisbane, Wednesday. j A shocking tragedy has occurred ar the Central Bail way Station. Harry Jackson, a Beaman, met his wife and daughter Laura, aged 9, on the platform, and a dispute arose as to the luggage. The wife having the ticket, Jackson asked her for it, and she re fused to give it up, when he drew a revolver and exclaimed--" Then you die." He fired and missed his wife, but the second shot struck ber on the temple. She fell dead. He then shot himself in the heart. Both bodies were removed to the morgue. Jackson was perfectly sober at the time of the mur der. A second report states they were dis puting as to whether they should go to Sydney or England.
CRETE. FIGHTING AT RETIMO. OUTBREAK OF GENDARMERIE London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897
CUETE!. FIGHTING AT BETIMÖ. OUTBREAK OF GENDARMERIE London, Monday. There is continuous fighting at Retimo. Red Gross stores have been landed at Canea bnt the landing of provisions has been forbidden. London, Tuesday. A blue book on the Cretan question indicates that last year Lord Salisbury prevented the Powers from blockading Greece and suggested in August the present basis of settlement for Crete. M. Delyannis speaking in the Cham ber said that the Admirals had threatened bombardment and in a savage, impious and unjust note the Powers had acquainted Greece with the fact that they had granted autonomy to Crete with equal rights for Moslems and Chris tians and required the recall of the fleet and troops. The Cretans have captured Fort Stararo and taken three thousand prisoners. London, Tuesday. The Turkish gendarmerie at Canea have mutinied on account of there being arrears of pay. They threatened the town bat the foreign marines blockaded their barracks. The Italians fired and wou...
W.A. Mining. THE LABOR CONDITIONS. THE MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS. THE RESOLUTIONS PASSED. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897
W.A. Mining. THE LABOR CONDITIONS. THE MEETING OF SHARE HOLDERS. THE RESOLUTIONS PASSED. London, Monday. i A meeting of the shareholders in West Australian mines has been held and it was intimated that no farther capital wonld be provided -from London unless the labor conditions were altered. London, Tuesday. Sir William Robinson presided at the meeting of shareholders in the West Anstralian companies. There was a crowded attendance, lt was unanimously resolved that in the interest of mining it was desirable that the claims should be worked by one man for twelve acres for the first year and one man for six acres afterwards ; that amalgamation should be allowed to the extent of 100 acres in one district ; that a permanent title should be given after substantial work had been done on a property or a substantial amount had been expended ; also that applicants for forfeiture should give security for costs and that in the event of a property being forfeited, the jumpers should, be made t...
THE SALVATION ARMY. THE RESCUE HOME. MEETING IN THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 4 March 1897
THE SALVATION ARMY. THE RESCUE HOME. MEETING IN THE TOWN HALL. A large number of people assembled at tbe Town Hall on Monday for the annual meet ing in connection with the Bescue Work of tbe Salvation Army. Major Hunter, the chief of the Salvation Army in this colony, arrived on Saturday from Perth to assist in the proceedings, and he was accompanied by Mrs. Hunter and Captain Berchdolt, of the Bescue Home. Mr. B. G. Lof tie, B.M. pre sided. The following gentlemen also oc cupied seats on the platform :-Mr. Á. T. Hassell, M.L.Â,, Bevs. J. A. Jeffreys and G. Brewster, Mr. B. T. Robinson, Mr, C. Layton and Major Hunter, and also members of the Endeavour choir who rendered two vocal selections during the evening. Major Hunter opened the meeting and conducted the preliminaries Mr. Lof tie was received with applause. In an excellent address he said he felt honored by being called upon to preside overa meeting of that character, more especially as he bad not only read of the successes tha...