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REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 6 July 1897
BE PORTS. Captain Nightingall, cf the steamer Both well Castle, reporte :-Left Me! boonie wharf on June 25 at fl p.m. with a fair com plement of passengers and a large cargo for the western colonies ria ports, cleared Port Phillip Head via eoutb channel on the 26th at 4 a.m. Moderate N.E. winds tp Cape Otway, passed at 10 a.m.; fresh westerly to N.W. winds to Cape Northumberland, passed on the 27th at 2 a.m. 1 hence strong northerly wind, dirty weather and rough sea to Cape Willoughby, passed on the 2gth at 1 30 k.m., Semaphore reached at 7 a.m. and wharf at 8.3Ö Landed passengers and Ade laide cargo, filled op again and left the Semaphore for the west on the 29th at 8.30 a.m. a full ship. Fresh N.W. winds to Althorpes, passed at 5.12 p.m. From thence experienced fresh to strong westerly to N.W. winds and high S.W. swell to Break sea passed on July 3 at ll pm. and moored to wharton the 4th at 1 a.m. TOBTUREU, DISFIGURED, HUMILUTED by cn öig'dtly Eltin und blood diseases, is them hop...
Dinner at the National Club. London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 6 July 1897
Dinner at the National Club» London, Saturday. I . 1'_ _ ._ i il. II J!_1 At a dinner given at tue .National Liberal Club, Sir George Turner, Sir Hugh Nelson, Mr. Kingston and Mr. Seddon were present. Sir William Harcourt said that it was an interesting experience to watch the progress of the Colonies. There had been witnessed during the past few days a great desire for union and a passionate sympathy with every part of the Empire. Lord Rosebery said there might be seen before the close of tbe Queen's reign a unanimously contented empiré.
INTERCOLONIAL. NEW SOUTH WALES. THE CONVICT BUTLER. Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 6 July 1897
INTERCOLONIAL. NEW SOUTH WALES. -* THE CONVICT BUTLER. Sydney. Saturday. Baller, the condemned roan, is being strictly watched in his cell by two warders. Ibe " muffs " which were placed on his bands after the trial have been removed, and his hands secured in another manner. The authorities have refused to give any infor mation in regard to his behavior and de meanor. Canon Bich, who attends Butler, states that he is much calmer though he has occasional outbursts. He reads extensively and states that if his hands were free he would write a sketch of his career, which has been referred to as " wild and reckless." He eats and sleeps well. HEAVY WEATHEB AT SEA. MEN WASHED OVEBBOABD. Sydney, Monday. Vessels arriving from England leport terrible weather in>running down the Easting. The Star of France after rounding the Cape lost a man overboard. The ship Argonaut had three men washed overboard by a wave as high as the cross jack yard. Three lifeboats were smashed to atoms. This occurr...
The Raid Inquiry. London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 6 July 1897
Tlie Said Inquiry. London. Saturday, j Miss Shaw, on being recalled, said that on December 30, Mr. Rhodes cabled to her "Inform Chamberlain I will get through all right if he supports." Next day Mr. Rhodes cabled " Unless Mr. Chamberlain instructs Lord Bose mead to proceed to the Rand, all will be lost." Miss Shaw said she did not send these communications to Mr. Chamber lain as she acted all through in the in terests of journalism rather than as a conspirator. She believed that Mr. Barris and not Mr. Rhodes sent the last message. She has not received any communication from Mr. Chamberlain. Dr. Harris is abroad and cannot now be recalled. London, Sunday. Miss Shaw said that she cabled to Mr. Rhodes on December 17, " Cham berlain pound, in the event of inter ference by European Power, but special reason to believe he wishes rising im mediately." Miss Shaw, on being re called, explained that Mr. Fairfield, of the Colonial Office, had casually re marked to her that if there was to be a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 6 July 1897
ROYAL GEORGE HOTEL, À Ii B A tí Y4 (Close to Railway and Jetties) Is again under the Proprietorship and direct Management of ME EDWABD REYNOLDS, who intends to spare no expense to maintain his reputation and to keep the above Hotel the most Popular in Albany. Billiards and stabling. Porter attends all TrainB and Steamers. 191 r. OYAL. GEORGE HOTEL. I ALBANY (Close to Railway and Jetties) ? Ie again under the Proprietorship and direct Management of MR EDWARD REYNOLDS, who intends to spare x>3 expense to maintain bis repntation and to keep the above Hotel the most Popular in Albany. Billiards and Stabling. Porter attends all Trains and Steamers. lQlWk
The Advertiser TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 6 July 1897
TUESDAY, J DL Y 6, 1897. ALBANY BO far io ber career bas been fortunate in the matter of fires. There have been a few minor fires but no great fire involving the destruction of valuable property. Stich immunity eau not last for ever and the day is certain to come when our business centres will be attacked. Only last week fire was dis covered on the premises of Messrs. Moir ! and Coy. and but for it being observed ! before it had got a strong hold it might have done many thousands of pounds worth of damage. The fact that fires in the past have been rare in this town and of small importance must be attributed to the extreme care taken by the busi ness people to prevent them from occurr ing. Perth for many years had the eaiue experience but of late fires have been both frequent and destructive. For roany yë2ra n*W in Perth and Fremantle : there have been IS existence well organised brigades which have °J?ne j ; good work in pre renting the spread of J ¡ fires. Even in Geraldton and in ...
STRONG ENGLISH WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 6 July 1897
STRONG ENGLISH WORDS. -? Wheo a person says " I suffered excruciating pain.'' he expresses a fact in the strongest words afforded by the English language. The word " excruciating '' comes from crux, across, and signifies an intensity of agony comparable .sly to that endured by one who undergoes the barbarous punishment of crucifixion. There are some diseases, which, for a time, .anse pain of this acute and formidable nature. To find a relief for it, when possible, is at once the impulse of humanity and the studious de sire of science. Two brief examples may indicate what success is attending the effort to both comfort and cure eases of this kind. *? Nearly all my life," writes an intelligent woman, " I have borne the burden of what appeared to be incurable illness. I always felt heavy, weary, and tired. My appet-te was poor, and after eating I had a cruel pain ki ray chest and between the shoulders. Fre quently the pain was so intense that I was impelled to loose my clothing and wal...
FOREIGN CABLES. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT] Review of Troops at Aldershot. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 6 July 1897
JíMElM CABLES. [PROM OUE CORRESPONDENT] JBeview of Troops at Aldershot. London, Friday. The Dake of Connaught commanded the troops at Aldershot which numbered 27,000, and they had 20 bands with them. It was a brilliant spectacle, and the weather was warm. The line was two miles long. The colonial forces, with Lord Roberts in command marched past first amidst a display of great enthusiasm. The con tingents from New South Wales, New Zealand, and Victoria were specially cheered. The Victorians, all grey, made an effective sight. The march past was magnificent and the cavalary and artillery were half an hour in passing the sainting point and the infantry 50 minutes. The Dukes of Connaught and Cam bridge and the Prince of Wales headed their respective regiments. The Queen was greatly interested in the review and on departing there was a great demonstation and wild cheering. Many of the unattached colonials were present.
Dissaffection in India. THE POLICE FIRE ON THE MOB. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 6 July 1897
Dissaffection in India. THE POLICE FIRE ON THE MOB. London, Friday. The outbreak of the people at Poona continues and gangs infest the suburbs and hoot and stone all Europeans. Five thousand rioters hold a portion of Chitpur and the police fired upon them with great effect. The Hindoos passively sympathise with the Moslems. London, Saturday. The Calcutta riots have ended, the authorities having promised not to des troy the mud huts belonging to the Mosqnes. The Moslems regard this as a moral victory over the Europeans. London, Sunday. Plague officer Rand at Poonan has died from the injuries he received at the hands of the mob. Hundreds of Moslems are praying at the site of the mud huts that were removed. The disturbed districts are quieter now. Twenty-four police were injured in the recent riots at Chttpnr. In one of the suburbs where the police fired npon them, the rioters suffered severely and instantly removed their wounded.
VICTORIA. FEDEBATION. Melbourne, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 6 July 1897
VICTORIA. FEDEBATION. Melbourne, Monday. The Acting Premier viii introduce the Federal Constitution Draft Bill in the Assembly next week, CYCLING FATALITY. During a bicycle road race W. Ehison was fatally injured on the Bul la-road through the force of a fall, consequent on his front wheel collapsing. NEW ZEALAND. OBITDABY. Auckland, Monday. The Mayor of Bopata, a native member of the Legifilaaive Council, is dead, aged 90. He was a boy of seven when the Gospel was first introduced into New Zealand. - He was a splendid ally of the British during the Maori war.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE STREAKY BAY MURDER. BEARD TO BE HANGED. Adelaide, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 6 July 1897
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE STREAKY BAY MUBDEB. BE ABD TO BE HANGED. Adelaide, Saturday. The Executive Council held a special meet ing this morning to consider the case of Joshua Beard. It was decided that the law should take its course, and Beard will be hanged on July 10. ELECTION PETITIONS. Adelaide, Monday. The Election Qualification Committee have upset the election for Albert district. A. H. Peake bas therefore been unseated on petition by George Riddoch. The Returning Officer's result showed a difference of only two votes between the two candidates. The result was upset on the ground that seven persons voted who had no right, and others voted twice. A new election has been ordered. It was admitted that the Deputy Returning Officer was cognisant of persona* rion.
ALBANY SCHOOL BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 6 July 1897
ALBANY SCHOOL BOARD, A special meeting of tbe Board was held on Saturday afternoon. Present -Father Maten (chairman), Mrs Hassell, Mr. Pearson, the Secretary and Mr. Needham, chief clerk in the Education Department. Father Maten said that a telegram bad benn received from the Education Depart ment instructing the Board to enquire into a complaint made by Mrs. Everett, to the effect that her son Harry had been caned by the headmaster, Mr. Horton, and her daughter Vera had been severely caned by Mr. English, the latter child being over the etandard age of 12 years. The Board then resolved itself into a Board of Enquiry. Mr. Horton said that with regard to the boy he did not remember caning him. If be had done so it would have been entered in the punishment book. Mrs. Milne, teacher of the child. said she was positive he bad never been punished while in her class. The punishment book was then examined, but no entry affecting the case could be fou nd. Mrs. Everett said that on June ll s...
THE PLAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 6 July 1897
i / THE PLAYERS. J There was no difficulty whatever in chooe- j .' ing the best maa on the ground, for the EaM captain, Rollinson, stood oat head and shonl ders above all the other players. In the first half his play was exceptionally brilliant, especially one magnificent ron and display of handball. His kicking at all times was good. On the North side, 6. Edwards played a strong gime and was seen to advantage oa many occasions. His brother both on the wing and in the ruck pat in some splendid work. Nunan 6h jue in marking sod kicking and in these departments hiB chief rival was Scott, who especially in the latter half gave a splendid exhibition of the game. Smithies in the ruck and Patterson, half back, were invaluable to their side. Other players deserving mention were Buggins, Brearley, Hansom, Mitchel!, Dore, and Gratz.