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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 July 1897
pEEPETU AL YOÜT B WAHOO. WAHOO. WAHOO. To. A, M. Lo ABBY, Esq., Perth. Dear Sir,-I am nearly 70 years of agi and h&Te suffered &lt; from Indigestion fe yaars. 1 have tried Pills and Syrups o every description without obtaining relief A pamphlet containing an account o LOAS B Y'S WAHOO was pushed ander my door. I read it, am decided to give it a trial. I have used i couple of bottles, and I find it workinj wonders. I feel aa lively and ai. brisk as t " yoong girl ef 16." I have great pleasur in testifying as to ita good properties. Yours truly, MBS. B. WALLACE. Montana Hill, Coolgardie. SOLD AT ALL CHEMISTS. 162f J) E Ñ M Â R K JOHN REILLY, PBOPBIBTOB of the DENMARK DINING BOOMS, bega to inform the PUBLIC OF ALBANY and SUBBOÜNDING DISTRICTS that, as his PfiEMISES have recently beer greatly ENLARGED AND IMPROVED, he is now in a position to ACCOMMODATE VISITORS to DEN MARK with A GOOD TABLE land COMFORTABLE BEDS. Fishing, Shooting and Picnic Parties specially attended t...
PLANTAGENET ROADS BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 July 1897
PLANTAGENET ROADS BOARD Minâtes of the regular monthly meeting held at Mount Barker on Saturday, Jone 26. Present-Messrs. W. Sounness, W. Bieily, E. Warburton and the Secretary. In the ab sence of the chairman Mr. W. Sounness took the chair. The following correspondence was rçad : From Public Works Department drawing attention to bridges. From Public Works Department referring to members holding interests in contracts ; also drawing attention to the fact that un discharged bankrupts cannot act as members of Boads Boards.-It was resolved that the secretary be instructed to reply that the members of the Board are above suspicion in, the above matters. From Surveyor-General's office asking the Board to forward plan and field notes of surveys from Cranbrook to Yerriminup, also from Tenterden to Yerriminup. The secre tary was instructed to acknowledge the above letter and to state that the plans and field notes referred to were not in the posses sion of the Board, but would be forwarded ...
POLICE COURT. ALBANY: THURSDAY, JULY 1. [Before Mr. R. C. Loftie, R.M., Capt. Nicolson, and Mr. A. Y. Hassell, J's.P.] "RINGING THE CHANGES." [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 July 1897
POLIGE COURT. --- ALBAKT : THUBSDAY, JULY 1. I Before Mr. B. C. Lottie, B.M., Capt. Nicol son. and Mr. A. Y. Hassell, J'e.P.] " BINGING THE CHANGES." Michael Daveran was charged with using sab tie craft to deceive and impose. Sub-Inspector Lemon appeared to prose» cute. Julia Clifford said that she was in atten dance at the saloon, bar of the Freemasons' Hotel on Tuesday afternoon when accused entered with another man and called for two drinks. In - payment he tendered half-a sovereign and she gave 'him 9s change which he allowed to remain on the counter. He then put his band in his pocket and said that as he had silver he would like the half sovereign back and pay for the drinks with silver. She handed back the half-sovereign, which he placed with the nine shillings lying on the counter and adding a shilling to it asked her for a pound in exchange. She then gave him a pound note and upon receiving it accused left the hotel. Shortly afterwards someone drew her attention to the fact ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 July 1897
Shipping. rpHE PENINSULAR ¿ORIENTAL X STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE P. A O. S. N. COM PANY, nuder oontraot with tiie Imperial, New South . -- i .- ' Wales, Victorian, and South Australian Governments, will despatch the following steamera for London, calling at Colombo, Aden, Brindisi, Haïti», Gibraltar, and Plymouth: Steamen. Toni. Oommaadar. Leaving King Gaorga'i Sound. Cb'na ... Australia Valette Arcadia Maa&Uia 7899 6901 60>8 6603 5036 M. de Horne J. Beeres C.Gadd A. O. Loggin L. H. Crawford, Joly 3 17 31 August 14 28 PAB&aaS MONBT TO LONDON ; First Saloon JBVO. There are a limited number of Berths for which the charge is from £5 to £W lens. Second Saloon, £35, JB37, and .£40. Beturn Tickets from £65 to .£115. Beturn Tickets between any of the Eastern Colonice and New Zealand are now available for 6 (six) months from date of embarkation. In the eeoond saloon the arrangements hare been thoroughly reorganised, and the accomo dation whioh the Company now offen ia ...
The Advertiser. SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 July 1897
SATURDAY, JULY 3,1897. THE formation of a Goldfields Party the other day has given great offence on-fte fields. It is alleged by the leaders of public opinion on the fields that it was an attempt on the part of Mr. illing worth and Mr. Vosper to acquire an authority in the new Parliament to which tbey are not entitled. The motives of i these two members of Parliament wera probably as good as most of those which auimate political parties and they'lanae perfectly justified in holding and calling themselves the Goldfields Party leaving it to the other goldfields members either to join it or stand ont. There were five of the goldfields members ont of ll pre sent at the meeting and in addition Mr. Connor the member for East Kimberley attended. These six showed remarkable promptitude in coming to their decisions and we can only assume that some of them at any rate did not understand what it 'was they were about. Mc Illingworth, for instance, was chosen« leader of the party and surely Mr. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 July 1897
Business ^ Y. HASSELL, & COY. AUCTIONEERS, LAND, STOCK, STATION, SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND GENERAL AGENTS _ Agents for Phoenix Fire Office National Mutual Life Association of Australia, and the Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation, Limited. _YORK STREET, ALBANY._155f JOHN MOIR & C O Y., MERCHANTS, SHIPPING, COMMISSION, INSURANCE ABD GENERAL AGENTS. :o: IMPORTEES OF WINES, SPIRITS, * BEEBS. GBOCEBIES & OILMEN'S STORES. CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVED AND DEALT WITH. GOODS RECEIVED AND STORED. AUCTIONEERS AND LAND AGENTS. AGENT« FOB NSW ZEALAND INSURANCE Co. (Fire and Marine) AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY (Life). JOHN MOTR & CO., ALBANY, W.A. General Business. C AMPBELL & BARKER, FANCY BREAD BAKEBS AND CONFECTIONERS, YORK STREET, C^Two doors from Messrs Hunt, Corry & Co Deliver Bread, Breakfast Rolls, \ Tea Cakes and All' other Confectionery, Hop and Ginger Beer, Pine Apple Cider, to any part of the Town. CT- The Cheapest Place for WEDDIN...
ATTEMPTED ROBBERY UNDER ARMS. BAIILING UP AN HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 July 1897
ATTEMPTED ROBBERY UNDER ARMS. BAlILINGr UP AN HOTEL. Early on Friday morning the Menzies police reeeived intelligence of an attempted robbery ander arms at Cane Grass Swamp (reports the North Coolgardie Herald), and Constable Thompson was despatched to way lay the offenders, who were alleged to be making towards Menzies. The particulars of the occurrence given to Sergeant Mitchell show *hat on Wednesday, between 5 and 6 o'clock, two men entered the Cane Grass Hotel, and one seized the landlord, who was alone in the bar of the hotel, by the throat, while the other held a revolver against his head and demanded food. The landlord, who took in the situation very quickly, said : "Let me go, and I will go and get you some." The ruffians then gave him his liberty, and he went into the room at the rear of the bar and got his own revolver. Two travellers who were seated in the room, were alarmed when they saw him with a revolver, and not knowing what he intended todo with it they took it fro...
CRUSHINGS FOR JUNE. 17,813 TONS FOR 36,540OZ. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 July 1897
CRUSH1NGS FOR JUNE. 17.813 TONS FOB 36.510OZ. Following is a list of the gold returns, so far reported during the current month to the Coolgardie Chronicle : COOLGARDIE. Tons. O zs. Premier. ... 191 ... 255 Burbank's Birthday Gift ... 335 ... 843 Lindsay's Consolidated ... 164 ... 87 Yatala Burbanks . 50 ... 25 W.A. Proprietary Cement ... 159 ... 563 Bayley's Consol's . 240 ... 182 Bayley's United . 185 ... 708 Vale of Coolgardie . 584 ... 602 Mexico. 40 ... 140 W.A. Proprietary Cement ... 274 ... 603 Premier.193 ... 212 Lindsay's Consolidated ... 134 ... 144 Burbank's Grand Junction - 35 ... 55 New Victoria South. - ... 579 Enterprise ... ... .. 84 ... 105 Union Jack . 92 ... 139 New Victoria Consols ... 303 ... 333 W.A. Proprietary Cement .. 265 ... 604 Burbank's Grand Junction ... 100 ... 258 Keep-it-Dark (Widgemooltha) *3 - 75 Premier. . 200 ... 232 Lindsay's Consolidated ... 154 ... 97 EAST COOLGARDIE. LakeView ... . 1404 ... 3140 North Boulder. 166 ... 1029 Boulder Perseveranc...
NEW SOUTH WALES. BOOKMAKERS PROSECUTED. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 July 1897
NEW SOUTH WALES. BOOKMAKERS PROSECUTED. . Sydney. Friday. Five bookmakers have each been fined £25 each for betting at Rosebery Park races. FOOTBALL. A New Zealand football team to play ander Rugby Union rules has arrived. It is a heavy all-round team. BAILWAT CONSTRUCTION. The Assembly has decided that the Moree Inverell Bailway shall be constructed. BE VENUE. The revenue for the year will be £9,300,000 or £35,000 in excess of the esti mate. THE GLENBROOK MUBDEBEB. The Minister of Justice lias been asked in the Assembly if Butler is lo.be taken to execution in a straight jacket. He replied that no steps would be taken except those necessary to prevent a miscarriage of justice. DUTIES. To-day duties were removed off candles and kerosene and the sugar duties were re duced. PERTH TOWN HALL.-At the City Council to-night Cr. Hurst will move that a new Town Hall be erected, as the present build ing is inconvenient and dangerous as to access and egress. PARLIAMENT HOUSES.-The W.A. Inçti- ...
POLICE COURT. ALBANY: SATURDAY, JULY 3. [Before Mr. R. C. Loftie, R.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 6 July 1897
POLICE COURT. ALBANY: SATURDAY, JULY 3. 1 Before Mr. B. C. Lottie, B.M.I I William Bevan was charged with drunken ness. Sergeant Stokes said he had arrested prisoner for his own Bafety. He was a sailor belonging to the ss. Severus, which was lying at the Deepwater Jetty. He was discharged on promising to imme diately go on board his vessel. Sydney Livesay, a boy, was charged with discharging fireworks in a public street. Mr. Lof tie cautioned the boy and ordered him to pay the costs of the summons.
ESPERANCE NEWS. Esperance, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 6 July 1897
ESPERANCE NEWS, ? Esperance, Friday. I The castoras returns for the month ended June 30 amounted to £2,087, the highest since January. The receipts for the year ended June 30 were £26,883. It has-been decided to erect a mechanics' institute immediately. Several judgments have been obtained in the local eóurt against Mr. Wright, the jetty contractor. ' The local gaol is completely crowded with prisoners and it is considered the new gaol for which money has been granted should be proceeded with. There is much discontent here at the Postmaster-General's refusal to provide a better mail service with Albany. The Chronicle severely criticises tha policy of the Goldfields Party and sayB the party is incapable of dealing with tbe rail way question and accuses them of being afraid to include it in their policy, although they abused the Government for not in cluding it in their programme. - TPHIFJVIBNT OE Gow*-The R.M.8. Gbina took away the following shipment of gold for London on Saturday :-...
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 6 July 1897
MINING NOTES, The Victory United mine (CBS) has banked 457oz. of gold taken off the plates. The Mainland Sluicing claim (Cae) is giving the leaseholders an average of £10 per week per man. The official return of pure gold yield for June was 53,348oz. Of this ll.OOOoz. were from ore smelted in South Australia. It is stated by Mr. Buter Clarke, the broker, that the Ivanhoe is an absolute pur chase, as sufficient shares are held by those j favorable to sanction it.3
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. SATURDAY, JULY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 6 July 1897
SHIPPING INTELLIGENOE. -. ABBIVAL8. SATURDAY, JULY 3. WoLLOWBA, s JB., from Fremantle. Passen gers for here : Miss Smith ; Messrs Obin and Gordie. CHINA, B.M.S., from the Eastern Colonies. Passengers for here : Mesdames Bager and infant, Pitman, Clayton and 3 children, Langdon, Hooper and infant, Dodge and 2 children, Lynch, Halliday and child, Wcatherell and infant, Thomas, Holiday and infant, Ernst and 2 infants, Hackett and 3 children ; Misses Pitman, Butler, Dingle, Walton, Bayley ; Messrs Hurst house, Clark, Hempel, Sheridan, Bosman, Langdon, Smith, Wood, Mosey, Miller, Young, Webb, White, Primrose. Kelly, Benda, Benson, Curzon, Ninnis, Skipper, Weathernp, Wilson, Hat well, Cox, Orange, Weatherall, (2), Lewis, Birtley, Alderton, Jones (2), Burns, Hart, Searson, Hackett, Cabena, Pearse, Story, Vincent. SUNDAY, JULY 4. BOTHWELL CASTLE, S.S., from the Eastern Colonies. Passengers for here : Messrs Walsh and Mitchell. A USTE AL, B,M.S., from Colombo. Passen gers for here : Mesdames...
Inspection, of the Colonial Forces. London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 6 July 1897
Inspection, of tfie Colonial Forces. London, Saturday. I The Prince of Wales has inspected the colonial troops and presented them with medals. The inspection took place at Buckingham Palace. At the request of the Princess of Wales Mr. Chamberlain introduced the Colonial Premiers and their wires to the Royal party. London, Snnday. The Coldstream Guards band attended at Windsor with the cavalry ander Col. Lassetter and the infantry nader Col. Walker. The Queen was greatly in terested in the troops and inspected them minutely. Lord Roberts explained te Her Majesty what the forces were and the work they did. - The troops marched past excellently, the Colonial Rifles earning the Queen's praise. The senior officers were presented to the Queen who asked them many questions as to their homes. She spoke to two Maoris. The Duke of Devonshire was given a fancy dress ball in London, which was the greatest event of the kind of the century. There were 950 # colonial troops at Windsor on Friday. A...
DEPARTURES. SATURDAY, JULY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 6 July 1897
DEPARTURES. SATTTBDA Y, JDXY 3. CHINA, B.M.S.. for London. Passengers from here : Mesdames Kavanagh and Baker ; Messrs Wood ham, Hutcheon, Kavanagh and Nuttall. SUNDAY, JULY 4. WoiLowEA, s.s., for the Eastern Colonies. Passengers from here : Mr Page. ArjSTSAL, B.M,S., for the Eastern Oolonies. Passengers from here : Mesdames Stacey, Rosenthal, Garland and infant, Stewart, Gould, Cunliffe and maid, Richards, Toole, Bresland and infant ; Mieses Hadfield and Richardson ; Messrs Ellis, Phillips, Virgo, Stacey, Haslam, Bosenthal, Gerard Smith, Richards, Travivan (2). Watson, Thomas, Young, Hebbord, Primster, Simmons, Scott, McKenzie, Stevenson, Berrigan, Krygger, B eale, Plant, and Nathan. HERBERT, S.S., for Esperance. Passenger from here : Mr. Hardy.* MONDAY, JULY 5. INNAMINCKA, S.S , for Fremantle. Passenger from here : Mr. Poole. ROCKTON, S.S., for Eastern Colonies. Passen» ge 8 from here : Mrs Williams and Messrs Davies (2).
FOREIGN CABLES. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Great Banquet to the Colonials. London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 6 July 1897
FOfiEIGN CABLES. [FROM OUB OWN COBBESPONDENT.] Great Banquet to the Colonials. I London, Saturday. A great banquet bas been given at the Hotel Cecil bj the Colonial Insti tute. The Premiers and many peers and peeresses were present. The Duke of Connaught presided. Mr. Goschen, responding for the navy, said that whatever contribution the colonies granted there must be absolute freedom for the British navy to confront the enemy, so as to best bring about their final defeat. . Besides it was the duty of the navy to watch the ¡ trade routes of commerce between Great j Britain and the colonies. The cruisers ! at Spithead, he said, already had their ; parts allotted to them in case of war. j Mr. Beid said that Mr. Goschen's eloquent speech was marked by astute- j ness and patriotism, bat financial interests involved showed a latent design upon the Australian purse. He desired to remind Mr. Goschen that the colonies in distant parts had a small population, and had before them the task that...
SHIPPING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 6 July 1897
SHIPPING ITEMS. The Bteamer Gabo is doe on Saturday from the Bastera Colonies. The steamer Barcoo is due here from the Eastern Colonies on Friday. The steamer Rockton arrived from Fre mantle at noon yesterday and took in coal. The mail steamer Arcadia is expected to morrow from London with 200 tons of cargo. The6teamer Bullarra is expected to-morrow from the Eastern Colonies with 50 tons of cargo. The steamer Herbert left for Esperance at 9 p.m. on Sunday taking away 5 tons of cargo and mails. The steamer Severus sailed for Melbourne at 3.15 p.m. on Saturday after discharging 162 tons of cargo. The Bteamer Damascus from Melbourne is expected to-day. She will moor alongside the Deepwater Jetty and load karri timber and coal. The steamer Bothwell CM tie arrived at midnight on Saturday fr m the Eastern Colonies and discharged 155 tons of cargo at the Town Jetty. The steamer Bulimba arrived at 8.30 a m. yesterday from the Eastern Colonies with 50 tons, of cargo for this port and lef * f...