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BROOMEHILL FESTIVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 June 1897
BROOMEHILL FESTIVITIES. Tuesday proved one of the most enjoyable day3 known to this district. Favored with fine weather, a big attendance, and good humor, the day, or rather a good part of two days, was passed with nothing to mar the general rejoicings. The sports were held on the Agricultural Show Grounds, with the following results : Boys under 6 vears, 50yds.-P. Whiteside 1, G. Green 2, W~ Whiteside 3. Girls nnder 6 years, 40yds.-M. Hayward 1, G. Burridge 2, B. Green 3. Boys under 12, 80yds.-H, Jordan 1, G. Whitton 2, T. Whitton 3. Girls under 12,60yds.-Maggie Hayward 1, Mary Hayward 2, N. Whiteside 3. Boys under 16, lOOjds.-H. Jordan 1, G. Whitton 2, S. Hayward 3. Girls under 16, 50yds.-M. Hayward I, C. Whitton 2, N. Whiteside 3. Jubilee Handicap. 100yds. (12 competitors) -W. Hayward, 2yds. behind, 1 ; G. Jordan, 8yds., 2 ; L. Richardson, 7yds., 3. Ladies' Race, 50yds.-M. Whiteside 1, C. Whitton 2, A. Delaney 3. Handicap, 440yde.-B. Norrish, 10yds., 1 ; L. Richardson, 15yds., 2 ...
DENMARK SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 June 1897
I DENMARK SPORTS. The Denmark sports held cn Tuesday were success ful, and there was a good attendance of spectators. Resulte : MAIDEN' PLATE.-J. Edwards 1, L. Hansom 3. SHEFFIELD HANDICAP.--T. Lulham l; w. Lui ham 2, J. Barnes 3. This was a good race there bein? only about lft, between first and second and fécond ana third. HURDLES.-J. Looby l. F.Crowford 2, T. Lulham S. SACS: RACE.-Jas Rielly 1, L. Hansom 2. TOSSING CABER.-T. Lulham and M. Maloney (undecided). Owing to Lulham taking part in the chop this event did not finish, postponed indefinitely. POTTING WEIGHT.-M. Eastwaj. CHOPPING STANDING BLOCK.-F. Arnup l, J. Dore 2, W. Crouch 3. CHOPPING UNDERHAND (Handicap).-J. Dore 1, F. Arnup 2. AMATEUR CHOP UNDERHAND.-C. Dore l, H. Dore 2. OLD BUFFERS' RACE (eubstitntad for Obstacle Race).-J. Thomas 1, J. Stephen« 2. TCG-OF-WAR.-Dore'e team 1, Hill team 2. There was grand weather and most of the events were very interesting. Owing to the length if the programme the sawing matchei ware ...
ESPERANCE NEWS. Esperance, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 June 1897
ESPERANCE NEWS. Esperance, Sunday.\, I The local police bad a bnsy time last night. A daring case of housebreaking occurred in the afternoon. Before three o'clock the premises of Woolfe, Dunkley and Co., wine and spirit merchants, were entered by means of removing the galvanised iron from one wall. About £10 worth of cigars, wines, and whisky was removed. The police were informed of the robbery at half-past five o'clock, and with the assistance of two black trackers, Constable Lynch followed tbeir tracks to a camp of dock shooters six miles from town. They fonnd pait of the missing liquor in camp, and the remainder was dis covered bidden a short distance away. Alfred G us tu vas and James Gill were arrested at the camp. Lynch waited a few minutes at the camp, when William Ander son, formerly a journalist, came out on foot, and was also arrested. It is alleged that Anderson borrowed Woolfe and Dunkley's cart in the evening, and with it the stolen goods were conveyed to camp. Anderson...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 June 1897
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, and DEATHS &nbsp; IN MEMORIAM. In loving memory of James Garraty who died at Fremantle June 27, 1895, aged 34. Dearest brother how we miss you &nbsp; None upon this earth can tell ; &nbsp; &nbsp; Earth has lost you, Heaven received you, &nbsp; Darling Brother, fare thee well. However long our lives may be, Whatever land we view, As long as life and memory last, &nbsp; Brother we'll remember you. —Inserted by his loving Mother, Sisters Brothers and Children.
SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 June 1897
SOUTH: AFRICA. At a dinner given by the Outlanders &nbsp; on the Rand, General Joubert and Mr. &nbsp; Burger a member of the Executive Coun- &nbsp; cil of the Transvaal were present. Mr. Burger said that President Kruger was keenly alive to the importance of peace and hs was pleased to say that favorable winds had dispersed the recent menacing clouds.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE RAILWAYS. Adelaide, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897
-SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE RAILWAYS. Adelaide, Wednesday. The Ballway Commissioner has presented a report to Parliament on the.proposed connec tion of Sooth Australia and Western Aus tralia by railway. He admitted that it was difficult to estimate the revenue from .the line but thoueht that if the Western Aus tralian goldfields maintained their present output the revenue would be £85,000. He anticipated that there would be a large goods traffic. He estimated the cost of construction to the border a distance of 553 miles at £1,900,000.
NEW SOUTH WALES. BETTING PROSECUTIONS. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897
NEW SOUTH WALES. BETTING PBOSECÜTIONS. Sydney, Tuesday. At the Water-police Court yesterday over 60 bookmakers were proceeded against for cash betting, the majority being fined £10, or three months' imprisonment. At the Cen tral Police Court John Wilson, a bookmaker, was fined £25 for the same offence. ACCIDENTS AT THE PROPRIETARY. Broken Hill, Tuesday. Richard Dwyer, while working on the sur face of the Proprietary mine, was crushed between two timbers. Fe was removed to the hospital, suffering from a severe shock and collapse, John Farran working on the Proprietary, also received injuries ta the calf of his leg through a fall of earth. DIVORCE. Sydney, Wednesday. In the Divorce Court a decree nisi was granted in the case of Simpson v. Simpson. The respondent married the petitioner, and left her the same day, and has never been seen since. THE GLENBROOK TRAGEDIES. The Minister of Justice has stated in the Assembly tbat an examination of Butler's brain would not be permitted, as no ...
QUEENSLAND. ACCIDENT TO A CRICKETER. Brisbane, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897
QUEENSLAND, ACCIDENT TO A CRICKETER. Brisbane, Tuesday. At Maryborough yesterday a man named Fred ßkdnnerley bad his left band drawn into some cog wheels.' The' hand was re duced to a pulp and had to be amputated. Skinnerley was a prominent cricketer. Â SBBIOUS CHARGE. At Rockhampton a man named James Smith has been arrested on a charge of haring committed a capital offence on a young girl. THE NEW GUINEA BUSH. MASSACRE OF WHITES. Brisbane, Wednesday. Later news from New Gninea confirms the rumor of the massacre of whites and blacks 85 miles from Port Morseby.
INTERCOLONIAL. VICTORIA. RAILWAY TRAFFIC. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897
INÏEECOLONIAL. VICTORIA. BALLWAY TBAFPIO. Melbourne, Tuesday. The railway traffic in the metropr litan area during the Queen's reign festivities, was exceptionally heavy. On Tuesday 325,000 passengers were carried. EAGLEHAWK TRAGEDY. The trial of Charles John Hall for the murder of his wife at Eaglehawk on February 11 was continuée to-day. The jury wer-i un- ; able to ayree, and were discharged. A new 1 trial was ordered. j THE UNEMPLOYED. Melbourne, Wednesday. A deputation from the unemployed w sited on the Acting Premier to ask for relief works. Among the speakers were the agita tors Walker, Fleming, and White. The Minister stated that had he known these men, who were always crying ont for work and hoping never to get it, had been in the deputation, be would not have received them. White was very offensive, and was forcibly removed. PARLIAMENT. In the Legislative Council a Supply Bill for three months was passed,
POLICE COURT. ALBANY: TUESDAY, JUNE 29. [Before Mr. R. C. Loftie, R.M.[?]] [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897
POLICE COURT. ALBANY : TUESDAY, JUNE 29. ] Before Mr. B. G. Lottie, B.M..] Edward Bailey and Samuel Meyers were charged with discharging fireworks in the pnblic streets on Friday evening. Defendants Baid they were not aware that it was illegal to let off crackers in the streets. Mr. Lof tie said he would dismiss the case, defendants to pay the cost of the summons. WEDNESDAY, JUKE 30. BAD LANGUAGE. E. J. McPhie was charged with using obscene and indecent language. Constable O'Brien said that about 10 o'clock the previous evening he was in York street and heard prisoner using obscene and abusive language to several men who were walking in front of him. Prisoner was nnder the influence of liquor at the time. Prisoner said he had asked the men a ques tion concerning a boat that was due and they used bad language to him. He replied to them in the same manner. He was fined 10s and allowed until Friday to pay the fine. DRUNK. Robert Grove» was charged with being drunk in Stirling-terrace. ...
The Raid Inquiry. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897
Tïie Said Inquiry. London, Tuesday. The Raid ïnqniry Committee recall Miss Shaw OD Friday, as there are remarkable stories carrent as to the nature of the cablegrams that passed between her and Mr. Rhodes. It is stated that these cablegrams involve Mr. Chamberlain in the Raid. MB. B. O. I&lt;oftie, G.B., bas obtained six months1 leave of absence, and will leave for England in August, THB BAÏNFALI*.-The rainfall for the month of Jane was 4 61in., the total since the beginning of the year beine 12 38in. For the same period of 1896,15"07in fell.« FOB BABT'S SKIN, SCALP, AND HAIR, nothing ip th6 whole wc-ld is so cleansing, so purifying, and beautifvintr as the celebrated «"CTICCRA SOAP. th&lt; most effective skin so &lt;pas weH as the purest an«. «wee*ert for toilet, hath and nursery. For distres sing facial eruptio- s, Uv.: *-:.:>nc of the sc-lp. tritt «-ry, thin, and falling hair, v.C, .-cugh hards, with ehapelesa naile, and simple rashes and bienueheg of i...
STRONG ENGLISH WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897
STRONG ENGLISH WORDS. - When a person .says " I Buffered excruciating pain;"; he .expresses a,fact in the strongest Words afforded. by the Jihigiish, language The word " excruciating " comes from crux, a cross, and signifies an intensity of a^ny comparable only to that endured. pyj3ne_who undergoes the barbarous punishment, of crucifixion. There are some diseases, which, for a time, cause pain of this acute and formidable nature. Sb find» reUWfor it, when possible, is at once the, impulse of humanity and the studious de sire .;Of.- science. Two brief examples, may indicatei twhat success is attending'&e.effort to both comfort said cure cases of tins kind. " Nearly all my., life," writes an" intelligent Woman, ù I hare bbrne lie burden5 of *whai appeared to be incurable illness. I always felt heavy, weiry, and tired. - My appet tc was poor, and after eating I had a cruel pawl in my chest and between the shoulders. JFre. qusntly the pain was, so intense that I wa« impelled to ...
Shipping. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897
Shipping. London, Tuesday. Arrivals-Cornwall, Rimutoka. Departures-For Melbourne, Golf of Bothnia ; for Adelaide, Sir Henry Law rence, Kay ; for Sydney, Pyrenees, Firth of Dornoch, Thermopylse, Talla ran ; for Brisbane, Duke of Argylle, Tweedsdale ; for Rockhampton, Robert McKenzie"; for . Wellington, Wailte, Wellington.
AN IMPORTANT CASE. A CONCERT AND MEDICAL COMPANY COME TO GRIEF. DETECTED IN SELLING A PINK COLORED PILL. WHICH THEY REPRESENTED TO BE DR. WILLIAMS PINK PILLS—THE COURT GRANT AN INJUNCTION RESTRAINING THEM FROM OFFERING AN IMITATION OF THIS GEEAT MEDICINE— SOME FACTS THE PUBLIC WILL DO WELL TO BEAR IN MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897
AN IMPORTANT CASE; a. CONCERT AND MEDICAL COMPANY COME TO GRIEF. DETECTED IN- SELLING A PDSEI COLORED PILL. WHICH THEY RE PRESENTE D TO BE DB. WILLIAMS* PINK PILLS-THE COURT GRANT AN INJUNCTION RESTRAINING THEM F BOM OFFERING AN IMITA TION OF THIS GEE AT MEDICINE SOME FACTS THE PUBLIC WILL DO WELL TO BEAR IN MIND. In the Equity Court yesterday, belora Mr. Justice A. H. Simpson, Mr. Knox and Mr. Scarvel (instructed by Messrs. Johnson, Minter, Simpson & Co.). appeared for Georg© . Taylor Fulford, of Kew York, proprietor of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, and applied for aninjtnction in restraining £- K. Davis, P. Davis, and G. B. Carey, of Glen Innes, from celling any imitations of ti» genuine Dr. Wilhams' Pink PHI«, The defend ants were »ot represented. It was st ¿ted that the defendants had been served with a state ment of claim, and affidavits were put inset ting out that the defendants were said to have sola Pink Pills at Glen Innes and else where. His Honor made...
THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. THE NAVAL REVIEW. THE " MAIN BRACE TO BE SPLICED.' London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897
TUE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. THE NAVAL BEVIEW. THE " MAIN BBACE TO BE SPLICED.' London. Monday. The American press are unanimous that the naval review was a spectacle of strength and splendor without parallel. They wei« impressed with the fact that an invincible fleet was assembled while the navy else where was at its usual height of efficiency. Admiral Miller says the review is a proof of England's command of the sea. La Temps alindes to England's naval om nipotence and 6ays it feels the patriotic grandeur of the spectacle. The colonial officers, the journalists and the foreign writers were on a troopship an 1 the last named were greatly impressed. There was an immense incursion of French, Belgian and German steamers. After the review most of the steamers proceeded along the line combining with the warships in making a splendid spectacle. The Premiers greatly praise Mr. Chamber lain for his attention to them. London, Monday. The Lord Mayor of London and the repre sentatives of the various ...
THE QUEEN'S GARDEN PARTY. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897
THE QUEEN'S GARDEN PARTY. London, Tuesday. AH the Colonial Premiers and military officers and the Agents-General attended the garden party given by the Queen. AUSTRALIAN MEAT FLUNG INTO THE RIVER. London, Tuesday. One hundred carcases of Australian meat were distributed at Limerick. Crowds of women collected and hooted the officials who were making the distribution and the poorest of the applicants for the gifts flung the meat into the river. London, Tuesday. The Queen on the route from Windsor to Buckingham Palace received an address at Kensington, and in her reply she said she was pleased to visit her old home. Cheering crowds lined the route. The Emperor William gave a dinner on 'his yacht at Kiel and called for cheers for Queen Victoria, and the fleet saluted. The Prince of Wales being desirous of knowing the Colonial contingenta will in spect them at Buckingham Palace on Satur day. The Premiers have met Madame Bern hardt at the Lyceum Theatre. She told them that she had a kindl...