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ESPERANCE NEWS. THE MAIL SERVICE. THE COMING ELECTION. WEATHER. Esperance, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 13 March 1897
ESPERANGE NEWS. - THE MAIL SERVICE. THE COVING ELECTION. « WEATHER, Esperance, Thursday. There is great inconvenience here owing to no mails being to hand from Albany and there being not mach prospect of getting them for some days. Political matters are commencing to inte rest people here. Bo far as can be ascer tained at present the candidates will be Mr. Connolly, Government supporter; Mr. Baker, Oppositionist and Mr. Austin,, Independent. Four correspondent has information from three distinct sources in Norseman, which all agree that Mr. Connolly will poll heavily on the fields. He is at present in the Eastern Colonies, but is expected to return early. Their policies as stated are of course approximate as it is likely they will not dis close them until the Premier reveals the Go vernment programme on Tuesday. There will be anxiety here until that is made known.. While the Mayor, Mr. Burton, was at Cool gardie he was urged by- the people there to contest the seat, and he is report...
SHIPPING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 13 March 1897
SHIPPING ITEMS. I - The steamer Bulimba is due on Monday from Fremantle. The steamer Marloo is due here this even ing from Adelaide with 107 tons of cargo. The steamer Bulimba will leave Albany for the Eastern Colonies on Wednesday next. The ship Silverhow arrived an Wednesday and anchored in Frenchman's Bay. She has called in for timber. The steamer Nineveh left Melbourne on Wednesday for Albany direct and is due on the 16th. The steamer Rockton is expected to arrive here to-night with 30 tons of cargo from the Eastern Colonies. The steamer Thornley arrived from Port Elizabeth at 7.10 a.m. on Thursday and an chored in the harbor. The steamer Philadelphia leaves the Bail-, way jetty on Monday for Bahia Blanca with railway sleepers. The launch Escort was docked on Thursday and is undergoing repairs. She will be en tirely cleaned and painted. The steamer Wollowra leaves Fremantle to-night and is due late to-morrow evening. She will take mails for the Eastern Colonies. H.M.S. Flora is ...
SPORTING NEWS. W.A. TURF CLUB. Perth, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 13 March 1897
SPOETIM NEWS. -?-. W.À. lUBF CLUB. Perth. Friday. The profits of the W.Ä. Turf Club from the Perth Cup meeting were £5,619 and from the Anniversary meeting £605. Mr. J. Handran Smith, the secretary to the club, notified at a meeting of the com mittee last night his intention to resign within six months tbe position of secretary and handicapper. He intends to leave the colony and reside in Victoria. W. B. Wood's appeal against the dismissal by the Kalgoorlie stewards of his protest against Pani Pry winning the Kalgoorlie Cup was dismissed by the W.Á.T. Committee. Nine horses will face the starter for the steeplechase at Canning Park to-morrow, lt will be the first brash steeplechase yet held in Australia. There wjll be also a trotting match of £100 aside between Midnight and Sarsfield. Aurum is being backed at SOO to 15 for the next V.ß.C. Derby and Melbourne Cup.
THOSE WHO ARE MISERABLE [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 13 March 1897
THOSE WHO ABE MISERABLE Listless and debilitated are offered this medi cine-Wolfe's Schnapps-and we assert it will entirely re-establish them to health. To THE DEAF -A gentleman who cured himself of Deafness and Noises in the Head after 14 years' suffering, will gladly send full particulars post free.-Address, H. CLIFTON, Norfolk House, Norfolk-street, Strand, Lon don England.
AN HONEST MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 13 March 1897
AN HONEST MAN. / Caa always be believed, and tuera are many, emoh who can testify to tho value of Warner's Safe Cure for Liver Disease. Mr. W. B. Carah wholesale and retail tobacconist. 232 Swan Street, Kichmond, Victoria, writes, on Sept. 16, 1896: "About 12 months ago I had a very bad attack of influença, which left me with severe pains in my back; terrible headaches; and not only loss of appetite bnt also sleep. I consulted a medical man, who told me that my liver was badly affeoted, and my system out ot order, and prescribed for me, but to no good. A friend of mine advised me to try Warner's Safe Cure, and I took his advice and bought a bottle. After toking- it I was nearly well, so I kept on till I had only got through my third bo'tle, when I was completely restored to perfect health, and have had no symptoms since." _- _
OUR PERTH LETTER. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 13 March 1897
OUR PERTH LETTER. [PBOM OUB OWN COBBE&POKDKBT. | The Governor has notified the Cae Bail way Demonstration Committee tbat he can not Be present at the public ceremony when the line is.declared open to the capital of the Murchison next month. The refusal wiil be a great disappointment to the Murchison people, more especially as His Excellency bas not yet visited that portion of the colony. It is hardly likely that the usual excuse of a previous engagement can come in here, because such a lengthy notice has been given. Saturday's Daily News, in noting the vice-regal refusal, points ont that Sir Gerard Smith declined the Albany invitation to attend the demonstration when the Great Southern line was handed over. It assumes tbat the little " incidents," to use a parti cularly mild term, associated with the Kal goorlie opening still linger in the vice-regal memory. To most people it will occur that of all the public functions at which the vice regal presence coald reasonably be exp...
REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 13 March 1897
REPORTS. Captain Nightingale, of the steamer Both well Castle, reports as follows :-Left Sydney on February 26 at noon with passengers and cargo for the Western Colonies, via ports. Fresh southerly winds and rough sea to Gabo, which was paseed on the 27th nit. at 11.55 a.m. Thence strong B.W. winds and rough sea to the Promontory, which was passed on the 28th nit. at 6 a.m. Light wind and smooth sea to Port Phillip Heads, which were entered at 2.50 p.m. Arrived off Williamstown at 5.38 p.m., and berthed at the Australian Wharf at 6 45 p.m. After supplementing cargo and passenger list, left Williamstown for ..the West on March.3 at 6.10 p.m., and cleared the Heads at 10 p.m. Light, variable winds to Cape Otway, which. was passed on the 4th inst, at 3.32 a,m. Fresh N.W. winds and moderate sea to Cape Nelson, which was passed at 1.55 p.m. Strong W.N.W. to W.S.W. winds and heavy squalls with high sea to Cape Willoughby, which was passed at 1 p.m. on the 6th, and Sema phore at 5 p.m. Aft...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 13 March 1897
Jj O Y A f. GEORGE HOTEL ,Ív ALBANY, W.A. Becognised as the Best Family Hotel. Has been entirely renovated and modernised for the Convenience and comfort of Visitors. 157m E. BBYNOLDS, Proprietor. Col®»»! î««n«*«? Jg OYAL G E OEGE HQ" ALBANY, W.A. Tariff Low. Table par Excellence. EaUa- 2 Billiards, Stabling, &c ; --:.-~áp Liquors and Cigars guaranteed of the " best í?. Brands. ' . ". ^ i E. BEYNOLDS, 157m (Becently from England) Proprietoi Sj
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 13 March 1897
Business g ON M A B C H E, . LIMITED, CARGEEG, DIMANT*& CO. Thank their n ameróos Cos tomers in ALBAN F and BUBBOUNDING DISTRICTS for their past magnificent Support, and beg to announce that they have privately FLOATED THEIB POFULAB STOBE6 ISTO A LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY, the late MANAGING PABTNEBS retaining a large Interest in the NEW CONCEBN. ALL OBDEBB FBOM ALBANY will hare Special Attention and Prices charged and Quality given will be in keeping with THE BON MARCHE'S PAST BRILLIANT BECOBD. _BÇ N M A-R CHE LIMITED. _165m ^ Y. HASSELL, & CO Y. AUCTIONEERS, LAND, STOCK, STATION, SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND GBNEBAL AGENTS Agents-Phonix Fire Office and National Mutual Life Association of Australia. YORK STREET, ALBANY. _165f fl N M O I B & COY., MERCHANTS, SHIPPING, COMMISSION, INSURANCE AND GENERAL AGENTS. IMPORTEES OF WINES, 8PIRTTS, & BEERS. GROCERIES & OILMEN'S STORES? CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVED AND DEALT WITH. GOODS RECEIVED AND STOEED. AUCTIONEE...
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 13 March 1897
MINING NOTES. Good gold has been Strock ia the Star of the Bast. The Agammemnon, at Cae, ia opening np splendidly. Crushing will be commenced at the Queen Margaret mine on Monday. At the St. George mine, Lake Darlet, a rich lode 20ft. wide has been strnck. Reefer's mine is crashing 200 tons, which is expected to average 5oz. per ton. Crushing operations at the Lake View mine have given 4,299oz of gold from 1,691 tons of stone. The Polar Star, Cae district, has yielded . 2oz. per ton for a parcel of 95 tons put through. A parcel of 21 tons from the Pacific mine went 3oz. per ton. Another lot of 500 tons is awaiting crushing. The Daisy Bell mine, Peakhill, cleaned np a 6mall parcel of 52 tons, which yielded lOoz. lldwta. per ton. The new pneumatic battery for the Lady Loch mine is on board the steamer Maori King which ls expected shortly. The Malcolm Proprietory are principally doing development work and the property is opening ont most satisfactorily. At the Princess Alix mine drivin...
ROBBERY AT COOLGARDIE RAILWAY STATION. OVER£1,000 STOLEN. Coolgardie, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 13 March 1897
ROBBERY AT COOLGARDIE RAILWAY STATION. OYEB £1,000 STOLEN. Coolgardie, Wednesday. A robbery occurred last night at the rail way station. The employees of the railway stationed at Coolgardie were to have received their wages this morning for the fortnight ended February 27. The paymaster had with him a tin box containing over £600, the major portion in £5 notes on the National Bank of Australasia, and the rest in sovereigns. The £600 in question and jesterday's Bail way revenue aggregated £1,159 19s 4d, of which £892 4s 5d was represented by currency, and £266 15s ld by a cheque from a welt-known local firm of merchants, F. E. Bandell & Co., on the Cool gardie branch of the Western Australian Bank. Mr. Greatrex, the stationmaster, locked up the money in the iron safe in the ticket office and kept the keys, which were suspended by a key-ring chain in his trousers pocket. Conjointly with C. W. Cookson, engineer of Messrs. Wilkie Brothers, he oc cupied at the railway station pre...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 13 March 1897
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -o ARRIVALS. j WEDNESDAY, MABCH 10. * WESTBALIA, 8.B., from London. Passengers for here : Mesdames McPhee, Coates, Fife, Gerling. Aglaimie, Misses Coates (2), Fish bourne, Messrs McPhee, Lefroy, DeBurgb, Coates, Greenwood, Patterson, Gorling (3), Lynch, Hawkins. Potts, Wyle, Cocker, Smith, Hoekihgs, Santon,Guiseppe, Fisher Poerman, Dominico, McLeliand. Govanni, Garda, Bourne, Grono, Brown, Speed, Fife, Aglaimie, Gillier, Snowden, Cousins. THURSDAY, MABCH 12. ADELAIDE, S.S., from Fremantle. Passengers for here : Mrs Birch, Misses Wagstaff and Black, Messrs Hackintosh,and MacLachlin.